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No: 5698   Contributor: USDoD   Year: 2007   Country: United States of America

The MULE, Multifunction Utility Logistics Equipment, is an unmanned, 6x6, Ground Vehicle designed to carry weapons, refurbishment and other military payloads in support of military dismounted units such as infantry squads. The MULE will be able to perform missions jointly with other manned/unmanned vehicles. Unprecedented mobility over current vehicles will be required to access everywhere the infantry units could be deployed.

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