BAE Opens New Facilities in Afghanistan

BAE Systems opened a pair of new facilities to service and support services in Afghanistan.

According to the firm, “the new facilities are located in Bagram and Kandahar and will provide complete maintenance and service capabilities in support of the company’s products in theater.”

“BAE Systems’ new facilities will provide U.S. troops with one-stop vehicle maintenance and service shop, ” said Robert Houston, vice president and general manager of readiness and sustainability for the BAE Systems’ Land & Armaments businesses. “We have taken our capabilities and put them on the ground in Afghanistan to further enhance the readiness of our products.”

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