Defense Industry News - BAE Systems
|Sunday, December 2, 2012, 12:51 PM|
|BAE Systems receives a contract from U.S. Army to convert RG33 MRAP into MMPV 6x6 vehicle.|
BAE Systems has received a $37.6 million contract from the Letterkenny Army Depot to provide the spare parts and kits needed to convert 250 RG33 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected or MRAP vehicles into Medium Mine Protected Vehicles or MMPV, a 6x6 state-of-the-art wheeled military vehicle.
BAE Systems RG33 MRAP Mine Resistant Ambush Protected
spare parts and kits will be assembled by the existing workforce at the
BAE Systems facility in Anniston.
Systems has a long history in vehicle conversions and modernizations,”
Robert Houston, vice president and deputy general manager of Weapon Systems
and Support at BAE Systems, said in the press release. “Our work
on the MMPV program will not only increase the capabilities of the vehicle,
but will also further strengthen our partnership with the Letterkenny
BAE Systems receives a contract from U.S. Army to convert RG33 MRAP into MMPV 6x6 vehicle 0212121
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- Published: Sunday, 02 December 2012 07:02
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