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UK’s protected mobility fleet conversion to be completed by mid-2016

21st August 2013 - 15:17 GMT | by Tim Fish in London


The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has announced a competition for a £40-60 million contract to convert its protected mobility vehicles to fit into Force 2020 structures by mid-2016.

Announcing the tender on 21 August, the MoD said the contract would ‘provide fleet conversion services for the army's Protected Mobility (PM) fleet of vehicles to achieve the correct variant mix to meet the requirements of the Army 2020 (A2020) Force Development Strategy’.

The vehicles to be converted include all variants of the Mastiff, Ridgback and Wolfhound. A contract decision is due by 31 January 2014 and the work

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Tim Fish


Tim Fish

Tim Fish is a special correspondent for Shephard Media. Formerly the editor of Land Warfare …

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