VSE to support FMTV reset
VSE Corporation has been awarded an Equipment Related Services task order under the TACOM Strategic Services Solutions contract to support the reset of Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV), it was announced on 3 October.
The order will see the company support supply chain management for the Medium Tactical Vehicle Product Support Integration Directorates FMTV Reset programme at US Red River Army Depot (RRAD). This task order consists of a base year with two one-year options for a value of up to $63 million.
This will include ongoing support of major components, spare/repair parts and other supply chain management services for all variations of the FMTV series 2.5-ton, five-ton, and ten-ton trucks at RRAD in Texarkana, Texas.
The Oshkosh FMTV is the US Army's series of strategically deployable vehicles based on a common chassis that perform general resupply, maintenance and recovery, ammunition resupply, and engineer support missions.
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