BAE Awarded Long-Lead Contract For Bradley Reset

3 January 2008 (Last Updated January 3rd, 2008 06:32)

BAE Systems has received its largest long-lead delivery order to reset Bradley Combat Systems vehicles. The US$375.2m contract, awarded by the US army's TACOM Life Cycle Management Command, calls for the procurement of long-lead materials in preparation for an anticipated contract to r

BAE Systems has received its largest long-lead delivery order to reset Bradley Combat Systems vehicles.

The US$375.2m contract, awarded by the US army's TACOM Life Cycle Management Command, calls for the procurement of long-lead materials in preparation for an anticipated contract to rest 639 vehicles, BAE says.

The contract will involve the reset of 451 Bradley A3 vehicles and 188 Bradley Operation Desert Storm vehicles.

By staff writer