General Dynamics will reset 330 Stryker Vehicles in a $55 million reset contract awarded to them by the U.S. Army. Through the contract, General Dynamics will service, repair, and modify the Stryker infantry combat vehicles that are returning from combat in Iraq. The refurbishment will be conducted by General Dynamics Land Systems and will return the vehicles to pre-combat, like-new condition before they are redeployed.
General Dynamics has already delievered 2, 852 new vehicles to Stryker brigades to date. The Stryker is an eight-wheeled vehicle which is smaller and lighter than other U.S. Army combat vehicles and therefore is more easily deployable.
The contract has been awarded through the U.S Army Tank Automotive Command (TACOM) and could be worth up to $55.2 million if all options are exercised.