General Dynamics Wins Work on Army Stryker Vehicle

General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) Land Systems picked up a trio of contracts from the Army to support performance specification changes to and fielding of the Stryker vehicle.

The deals a worth a total of $112.2 million.

“The Stryker is called ‘the backbone’ of the Army’s medium armored brigades and with these contracts, we will continue to strengthen the vehicle so it can protect our troops in theatre, ” said Mike Cannon, senior vice president of General Dynamics Land Systems’ Ground Combat Systems. “Stryker delivers strength, speed, lethality and survivability where it counts.”

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