Polaris, SAIC team up on U.S Army Dagor infantry squad vehicle


Polaris Government and Defense, a division of Polaris Inc., and Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) announced they are teaming up for the U.S. Army’s Infantry Squad Vehicle (ISV) vehicle program.


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Polaris DAGOR A1 under test (Picture source: Polaris)


SAIC, a leading technology integrator, joined with Polaris, the industry leader in ultralight mobility platforms, to offer the proven DAGOR vehicle which provides the warfighter superior operational capability, crew area, mobility and maneuverability in a tactical environment. The SAIC-Polaris team has delivered a baseline vehicle sample to soldiers of the 82nd Airborne Division for soldier assessment.

The Dagor can carry up to nine soldiers with their equipment and supplies. It provides the speed, mobility and communications support Army small units require to obtain and maintain situational awareness of the battlefield.


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Polaris DAGOR A1 and MRZR D2 under test (Picture source: Polaris)


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Polaris DAGOR A1 (Picture source: Polaris)


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Polaris DAGOR A1 (Picture source: Polaris)


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Polaris DAGOR A1 standard crew and payload capacity (Picture source: Polaris)


 

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