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U.S. Army pushes back date on Microsoft goggles but says ‘absolutely dedicated’ to $21.9 bln deal

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Oct 14 (Reuters) – The United States Army on Thursday stated it was pushing back the date when it plans to discipline augmented actuality glasses from Microsoft Corp but that it stays “fully committed” to the contract with the tech agency price up to $21.9 billion.

The Army on Thursday stated it expects the primary models to be geared up with the glasses, referred to as the Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS), by September 2022.

Reporting by Stephen Nellis in San Francisco

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