DRS Announces $69M Army Tank Rack Module Contract Win

DRS Technologies won a $68, 692, 480 million U.S. Army contract for tank rack modules, DRS announced Friday.

The Parsippany, N.J.-based company said the modules are for the Army’s modular fuel system.

Each tank rack module stores 2, 500 gallons of fuel and can be transported to the field as an ISO compatible system.

The Army’s program manager of petroleum and water systems at the TACOM Lifecycle Management Command awarded the contract.

Work under the firm-fixed-price, full rate production contract will occur in St. Louis and Oregon, Ill.

The Pentagon expects work to finish by Sept. 30, 2014.

The Pentagon originally awarded the contract on February 29.

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