BAE Systems has won a contract to maintain Bradley fighting vehicles and M993 Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) carriers.

Awarded by the US Army, the contract is worth $383m and involves the provision of technical and sustainment support services for the fleet.

The BAE Systems System Technical Support (STS) and Sustainment System Technical Support (SSTS) teams will continue to offer engineering and logistics services for five years.

The support services will ensure the readiness of the US Army’s Bradley vehicles and MLRS carriers and help deliver warfighter missions.

Under the contract, the teams will support the M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicle (IFV), M7 Bradley fire support team (BFIST) variants, and the M993 MLRS carrier, which is part of the M270 MLRS tracked heavy launch platform.

BAE Systems ground vehicles product line vice-president Scott Davis said: “Equipping our men and women on the front lines with proven combat capabilities positions them to be unmatched in battle.

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“We are proud to continue our partnership with the US Army to ensure the Bradley and M993 MLRS are prepared to support mission readiness.”

Work under the contract will be carried out at the company’s facilities in San Jose, California; Sterling Heights, Michigan; Phoenix, Arizona; and other locations worldwide.

Earlier this year, Croatia reached an agreement with the US Government to procure 89 Bradley fighting vehicles.