Lockheed Martin UK has signed a teaming agreement to join “Team Thunder” led by Hanwha Defense, the latter writes in a press release. The team, which also includes Pearson Engineering, Horstman Defence Systems, Leonardo UK, and Soucy Defense of the Soucy Group, will build an advanced variant of the K9 Self-Propelled Howitzer for the Royal Artillery, as part of the Mobile Fires Platform (MFP) programme for the UK Ministry of Defence (shown is the K9A1).
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