BAE Nabs Modification on Marine Corps Vehicle Deal

BAE Systems claimed a $44 million contract modification from the U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command for field service support and instructor services for mine resistant, ambush protected vehicles.

The firms reports it “also received a $27.1 million contract to equip U.S. Army MRAPs with combat-proven Check-6 thermal camera systems that enhance mission effectiveness and soldier safety.”

“Our field service representatives and instructors are working side by side with the service members who use and depend on these vehicles, ” said Ann Hoholick, vice president and general manager of new vehicles and amphibious systems for BAE Systems. “We’re there to share our vehicle expertise and to make their lives easier as they prepare to protect us.”

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