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BAE Gets $150M Deal to Provide Sweden, UAE with Armored Vehicles

BAE Systems‘ land and armaments unit has won two contracts worth a combined $150 million through which the company will provide RG31 and RG32M vehicles to Sweden and the United Arab Emirates.

The company reported that over 2, 166 RG31 vehicles have been delivered. In addition, the RG32M is widely used by the Swedish military for scouting, patrol and peacekeeping roles, among others.

“The RG31 and RG32M have consistently delivered superior levels of protection from mines, improvised explosive devices and other threats to many customers world-wide and mark a standard of operational effectiveness, ” said Chris Chambers, BAE vice president and general manager of tactical wheeled vehicles.

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