Firing an FN-303 Less Lethal Launching System

 

The U.S. Department of Defense Non-Lethal Weapons Program appreciates corporations and organizations that are interested in furthering the development of the next generation of non-lethal weapons, devices and munitions.

The Department of Defense Non-Lethal Weapons Program has identified several specific capability requirements that non-lethal weapons can address. These requirements include both counter-personnel and counter-materiel tasks. More information about Department of Defense non-lethal weapon requirements, including a list of identified Department of Defense non-lethal weapon requirements, is available here.

Please use the links below to access U.S. Government federal business and procurement opportunities related to non-lethal weapons. Interested parties should refer to the specific business or procurement opportunity for the appropriate response procedure.

U.S. Government federal business and procurement opportunities related to non-lethal weapons can be searched at:

 

Industry Day / Symposia Announcements

NO INDUSTRY DAYS/SYMPOSIA CURRENTLY SCHEDULED.

 

Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate Joint Integration Program Advanced Planning Briefs to Industry

No current Advanced Planning Briefs to Industry. The briefs available here are for informational/historical purposes and will be updated before the next Industry Day, tentatively scheduled in Fall 2021.

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Expired Business Opportunities

  • Less Lethal Launcher
    Solicitation by USAF to purchase 4 FN303 Less Lethal Launchers.

  • M1116, 12-Gauge Extended Range Non-Lethal Marking Cartridge
    Sources sought synopsis as a means of conducting market research to identify potential sources having an interest and industry technologies available to support/provide the manufacture, inspection, testing, and delivery of the M1116, 12-Gauge Extended Range Non-Lethal Marking Cartridge (ERNL).

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