AIM Wins German Weapon Sight

AEG Infrarot-Module, AIM, has been selected by the German Army to supply the HuntIR thermal weapon sight for Germany’s Infantryman of the Future (Infanterist der Zukunft, IdZ) program. Competition for the program was hotly contested and the German Army evaluated many different sights in an effort to meet the German Infantry requirements which emphasize the role of 10 soldier squads having a variety of equipment and missions.|

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