BAE wins M88 support contract
BAE Systems will perform technical support and sustainment of M88 recovery vehicles under a $112 million contract from the US Army announced on 3 April.
The contract covers ongoing service and improvements to M88A1 and M88A2 recovery vehicles over the next four years.
The M88 vehicle provides recovery support to troops on field, and can recover the M1 Abrams tank as well as the vehicles required to manoeuvre with the Armoured Brigade Combat Team during battle.
Under the contract, services and products will be delivered to the US Army, the US Marine Corps and foreign military sales customers in support of vehicle requirements.
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