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The Norwegian Defence Material Agency (NDMA) has issued a Request for Information (RfI) for additional Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFVs) and a RfI for Long-Range Precision Fire Systems (LRPFS) will be issued later this year, Hanwha writes in a press release. Against this background Hanwha’s three defence business subsidiaries – Hanwha Defense Corp., Hanwha Defense Australia (HDA), and Hanwha Corporation – and Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the joined development and implementation of related technologies. According to the company, Hanwha developed and delivered the K21 IFV in service with the Republic of Korean Army and is bidding the REDBACK IFV for the AUD$18-27 billion project of the LAND 400 Phase 3 for the Australian Defence Force (ADF).