As the U.S. Army resets its stalwart Bradley fleet, the service also is shifting into higher gear for the development of its next generation of ground combat vehicles. The Army recently awarded BAE Systems a $145.1 million contract to revamp 551 Bradley Fighting Vehicles — including a low-rate reset for about 300 of the Bradleys with a major overhaul for the remaining vehicles, basically stripping them down and rebuilding from the frame up. Including the latest contract and other ...
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