U.K. Wants Results From Warrior Upgrade

Credit: Lockheed Martin U.K.
Bernard Gray, the U.K.’s new defense materiel chief, began the year with a project that may be nearing the top of his priorities list: the £1-billion ($1.6-billion) Warrior Capability Sustainment Program (WCSP), a multifaceted plan to upgrade 600 Warrior armored fighting vehicles (DTI September 2009...

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