Equipment

U.S. Army Orders More Polaris ATVs

August 20, 2009

MINNEAPOLIS - The U.S. Army has ordered additional Polaris MV700 ATVs (all-terrain vehicles) for operations in Afghanistan. Values of these orders exceed $6 million and deliveries are planned for later this year, according to Polaris.

For the last five years, Polaris Defense has been supplying a family of vehicles to the U.S. Department of Defense as well as other government agencies and U.S. Allies. Its mission is to provide the U.S. Armed Forces and its allies with the world's toughest, militarized ATVs and Side-by-Side Vehicles. 

 

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