DRS Technologies wins Joint Assault Bridge contract
DRS Technologies has announced that its Sustainment Systems division has been awarded an engineering and manufacturing design (EMD) contract for the US Army’s Joint Assault Bridge (JAB) programme. The contract was announced 19 June, 2012.
The contract, from the army's Programme Manager Force Projection, at the TACOM Lifecycle Management Command, stems from DRS’ ‘successful design and development of relevant bridge launching technology and hardware’.
The company invested in the development of bridge launching technology and hardware to provide the US Army with a low-risk alternative in partnership with Israel Military Industries (IMI).
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