BAE Receives US$1.1bn MRAP Order

20 December 2007 (Last Updated December 20th, 2007 08:58)

BAE Systems has received two follow-on delivery orders under the US Marine Corps' current Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle contract. Worth US $1.1bn, the add-on contract calls for an additional 600 RG33 Category II vehicles and 668 Caiman Category I vehicles. BAE

BAE Systems has received two follow-on delivery orders under the US Marine Corps' current Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle contract.

Worth US $1.1bn, the add-on contract calls for an additional 600 RG33 Category II vehicles and 668 Caiman Category I vehicles.

BAE is currently contracted to provide 2,730 Category I and 2,444 Category II vehicles.

When combined with previous contracts, BAE's total MRAP agreements are worth US$2.24bn.

By staff writer