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United Defense Awarded $8 Million Contract Modification for Servicing Vehicles Returning from Iraq

Category: Contracts

SANTA CLARA - United Defense has been awarded an $8 million contract modification by U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command for reconstitution of vehicles returning from Iraq.

The contract covers armored personnel carriers, self-propelled howitzers, artillery ammunitions resupply vehicles and Bradley Fighting Vehicles from the 1st Cavalry Division. Reconstitution involves detailed vehicle inspections, replacement of damaged or worn parts, and performance of annual services.

The work will be conducted at Ft. Hood, Texas under a modification to a Systems Technical Support contract, and is expected to be completed about six months after the receipt of the vehicles.

Herb Muktarian

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