BAE Systems Wins Deal Down Under

BAE Systems won a $14 million contract to provide T150F track link assemblies and sprockets for upgraded M113 vehicles in Australia.

The T150F is a double pin track system that makes the M113 more durable.

“The new track system provides our customer with lower life cycle cost, greater reliability and improved performance, ” said Robert Houston, vice president and general manager of Readiness & Sustainment at BAE Systems. “It is our goal to supply products and equipment that help save lives and also provide great value.”

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