General Dynamics awarded $49m for field service support
The US Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command has awarded a USD$49.2 million contract to General Dynamics Land Systems-Canada for training and field service support for Light Armored Vehicles (LAV) previously supplied under a Foreign Military Sale (FMS) contract. General Dynamics Land Systems, the Canadian company's parent corporation, is a business unit of General Dynamics.
Support activities under this contract include the provision of field support teams to conduct operator and maintenance training, technical support and fleet status monitoring. The period of performance is for five years and will be completed by July 2016.
The contract was awarded through the Canadian Commercial Corporation, a Crown Agency of the Canadian Government.
Source: General Dynamics
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