Tracked ground vehicles continue to maintain traction in Pentagon funding with the recent $395 million U.S. Army contract award for Abrams tank modernization improvements. The Army awarded General Dynamics Land Systems the eight-year contract for research, development and testing in preparation for the Abrams main battle tank Engineering Change Proposal 1 (ECP1) production. The contract has an initial value of $80 million over 12 months. The contract includes no provisions for tank ...

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