Triumph to supply gun bodies for M777
Triumph Group has received a $15 million contract to provide gun bodies for BAE Systems' ultra-lightweight M777 howitzer, the company announced on 10 April.
The gun bodies will support BAE Systems' work on a foreign military sales contract between the US and Indian governments to supply the M777 to the Indian Army.
Triumph Precision Components will machine, weld and assemble the gun bodies before delivering them to BAE for cannon assembly. Deliveries will take place over the next two and a half years.
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