General Dynamics Land Systems-Canada has been contracted to modernise 141 LAV III light armoured vehicles operated by the Canadian Army.
Awarded by Canada's Department of National Defence, the $307.46m contract will enhance the performance and availability of the LAV IIIs.
The communications systems will be used by the US Army Communications-Electronics Command and the DLA's Land and Maritime division.
Chemring Sensors and Electronic Systems has been selected to provide ten ground-penetrating radars to the US Army.
The trial systems will be used to upgrade the US Army’s existing Husky Mounted Detection System (HMDS).
Weapon and ammunition manufacturer Mesko has won a contract to supply munitions, cartridges and grenade launchers to the Armament Inspectorate of Poland.
Propper International has won a contract to supply hot weather combat boots to the US Army and Afghanistan military until February 2020.
Valued at $32.47m, the contract has been awarded by the US Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support.
Image: General Dynamics Land Systems has won a contract to modernise 141 Canadian LAV III light armoured vehicles. Photo: courtesy of Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum.