BAE Systems is ordering long-lead items for the $145.1 million contract it recently received to reset 551 Bradley Fighting Vehicles — work that also should improve combat capability and incorporate later-block improvements in the vehicle, according to Roy Perkins, company director of U.S. Combat Systems Business Development for the heavy brigade combat team. Basic work for the contract includes a low-rate reset for about 300 of the Bradleys, Perkins said, with a major overhaul for the ...

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