Oshkosh to Provide Light Tactical Vehicles Under $244M Army Contract Modification

Oshkosh logoOshkosh Defense has landed a $243.8 million U.S. Army contract modification to deliver a set of light tactical vehicles and trailers as well as provide system engineering, program management and test support.

The Defense Department said Tuesday the contract requires 657 Joint Light Tactical Vehicles, 25 trailers, 2, 977 kits, 175 test hardware, one technical data package and 12 months of support services.

Oshkosh has previously been awarded three contract modifications worth $433 million combined to provide heavy-duty vehicles for the service branch on Monday.

Work under the new contract modification will occur in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, through Dec. 1, 2024.

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