BAE Wins Bradley Reset Contract

7 December 2007 (Last Updated December 7th, 2007 06:35)

The US Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command has awarded BAE Systems a US$709.4m contract for the reset of Bradley Fighting Vehicles and associated components. Under the contract, BAE will reset 1,042 Bradley A3 and ODS Combat Systems returning from Iraq. Vehicles will have

The US Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command has awarded BAE Systems a US$709.4m contract for the reset of Bradley Fighting Vehicles and associated components.

Under the contract, BAE will reset 1,042 Bradley A3 and ODS Combat Systems returning from Iraq.

Vehicles will have their useful life restored and receive the latest survivability enhancements, BAE says.

The modification is the largest national level reset award for Bradley Combat Systems to date.

By staff writer