SOFIC 2022 – Flyer Defense Displays Flyer 72 – Heavy Duty Ground Mobility Vehicle at SOFIC 2022

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The Flyer® 72 – Heavy Duty configured with Kongsberg CROWS II

Tampa, Fla. (May. 17, 2022) – The Flyer® 72- Heavy Duty (F72-HD) ground mobility vehicle is on display during the 2022 Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) in Tampa from May 17-19.

Located in Booth 1605, the F72-HD is showcased with a Kongsberg Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station (CROWS II) system, .50cal machine gun, nine Javelin missiles and four M72 LAWs.

The Flyer® family of ground mobility vehicle platforms is the elite solution in the area of lightweight, all terrain wheeled tactical vehicles. With an impressive payload of more than 5,000 lbs. and a 1:1 payload-to-weight ratio, Flyer Defense vehicles are transportable both internally and externally with rotary and tilt wing aircraft. The Flyer® 72 is in operational use as the USSOCOM GMV 1.1 solution and the U.S. Army A-GMV solution and currently in production for the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces.

For interview requests, please contact Ms. Sefe Emokpae, Flyer Defense Marketing and Communications Manager at SefeE@flyerdefense.com or 310.946.9053. 

About Flyer Defense

Flyer Defense, LLC was formed to provide mission-specialized, lightweight, high mobility, all-terrain tactical wheeled vehicles capable of internal transport in rotary and tilt wing aircraft. Flyer provides purpose-built vehicles and logistics support for U.S. Army, special operations forces and global allies. Always prioritizing the users and their missions, Flyer vehicles increase ground mobility, allow rapid deployment into contested areas, and enable military ground forces to move quickly for extended distances and over difficult terrain. The Flyer® family of successfully tested and certified vehicles are modular platforms, allowing rapid vehicle customization for immediate operation-relevant configuration.

To learn more about Flyer Defense, please visit www.flyerdefense.com.

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