Thales receives order for 7,000 additional combat radios for the US Army

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The US Army has ordered more than 7,000 CNR RT-2129 combat radios from Thales, based on IMBITR technology. These radios, interoperable with SINCGARS, allow rapid evolution according to needs.

The American army orders more than 7,000 CNR radios from Thales to modernize its network.

The US Army has placed an order for more than 7,000 RT-2129 Combat Net Radios (CNR) from Thales, underscoring the armed forces’ confidence in Thales’ ability to deliver the latest generation of radios to modernize their network. These radios, which are based on IMBITR (Improved Multiband Inter/Intra Team Radio) technology, are an integral part of the effort to improve the Army’s communications capabilities.

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