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$22M to Fix & Maintain Oshkosh Trucks in Theater

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M1075 PLS Truck(click to view full) The tanks may grab the spotlight, but in any war, you’d better believe it’s the trucks taking most of the beating from daily use. Oshkosh Truck Corporation recently announced a $22 million delivery order for Theater Provided Equipment Refurbishment (TPER) of Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicle trucks under a 4-year Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. The initial delivery quantity is for 319 units and covers its PLS, HEMTT and HET trucks/ trailers located in Southwest Asia. The scope of work carried out by Oshkosh will include both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance as part of the ongoing support. Work will be performed in Oshkosh’s facility in Jahra, Kuwait, and the effort is classed as an urgent requirement to repair incoming tactical equipment and return it to full mission operability. Oshkosh has had over 400 personnel deployed in theater at various times, as part of maintenance and spares efforts, up-armoring ramp-ups, et. al.

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