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BAE Systems Receives $270 Million for Bradley Upgrade Materials

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BAE Systems’ Bradley Operation Desert Storm Situational Awareness vehicle

YORK, Pennsylvania –- BAE Systems will purchase material items in preparation for the conversion of 245 Bradley Operation Desert Storm Situational Awareness (ODS-SA) vehicles through a $270 million contract from U.S. Army Contracting Command – Warren.

The company will use the acquired items to upgrade the vehicles to have improved situational awareness ability, which highlights BAE Systems’ robust support and technical services capabilities in supporting customers’ requirements.

“As one of the most survivable vehicles in theater, the Bradley has remained a vital asset to our armed forces for several decades,” said Joe McCarthy, vice president and general manager of Combat Vehicles at BAE Systems. “The items purchased through this contract will help ensure that our soldiers are operating a vehicle that has updated technological enhancements and capabilities.”

The Bradley ODS-SA vehicle features the latest digitized electronics for optimum situational awareness, network connectivity and communication within the Heavy Brigade Combat Team. Bradley ODS-SA’s proven durability and commonality of design reduces the logistics burden, while enhancing battlefield performance to meet a variety of mission requirements.

The contract for material procurement has been awarded in advance of the Bradley ODS-SA vehicle conversions effort, anticipated to take place at the beginning of 2012.

The work will be performed by the existing workforce at BAE Systems facilities in York and Fayette, Pa., and is anticipated to be complete in April 2014 if all options are exercised. A portion of the vehicle teardown efforts will be performed at the Red River Army Depot in Texarkana, Texas.

Bradley Fighting Vehicles continue to provide outstanding survivability, mobility and lethality to U.S. soldiers in various urban combat situations. The Bradley fulfills five critical mission roles – infantry fighting vehicle, cavalry fighting vehicle, fire support vehicle, command vehicle and engineer squad vehicle – for the U.S. Army’s Heavy Brigade Combat Teams.

BAE Systems will display the Bradley Fighting Vehicle at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting & Exposition in Washington, D.C., Oct. 10-12.

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