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Farnborough 2010: BAE Systems progresses with on-board power management for GCV

21st July 2010 - 22:05 GMT | by Andrew White in Farnborough


BAE Systems is in talks with bidding prime contractors for the US Army's Ground Combat Vehicle (GCV) programme to supply its on-board power management system, company officials have told Land Warfare International.

According to Don Flynn, director business development for military vehicle systems, BAE Systems has been approached by 'two out of the three' main parties bidding for the GCV contract. Involved in a bid itself with Northrop Grumman, other leading primes include General Dynamics and SAIC.

In a brief at the Farnborough International Air Show on 20 July, Flynn described how militaries needed 'more and more electric power' as

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Andrew White


Andrew White

Andrew is a former editor of Digital Battlespace and Unmanned Vehicles magazines. Andrew joined Shephard …

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