BAE Systems is discovering life after production for its stalwart Bradley Fighting Vehicles. As the contractor nears the end of the main production run for Bradleys — whose average per-vehicle age across the fleet is only six years — BAE has been hunting for sustainment deals that will keep the program alive until a next-generation replacement is needed. BAE has found ample life-support with a recent contract to modernize 353 Bradleys for select National Guard units; the contractor ...

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