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General Dynamics Snags $92 Million for Stryker Work

General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) Land Systems recently has been awarded three contracts by the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command to support the Stryker infantry combat vehicle.  The work combines for a value of $92.3 million.

The most lucrative deal, worth $72.8 million, is for battle damage assessment, materials and repair services to support Stryker brigades in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The second deal calls for the firm to provide 350 Strykers with electronic video display kits. The third funds the procurement and installation of Stryker shields.

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