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US Army orders more Bradley A4s
BAE Systems Inc is to build 159 extra Bradley A4 tracked vehicles for the US Army, under a $266.87 million contract modification announced by the DoD on 25 June.
Work on Bradley A4 Production Option Two will be carried out in York, Pennsylvania, for completion by 31 March 2023.
BAE Systems confirmed on 3 June that the first batch of Bradley A4s had been delivered to the US Army.
The vehicles will ensure the combat readiness of Armored Brigade Combat Teams.
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