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Contracts - Awards | Delivery & Task Orders | General Dynamics | Logistics | Support Functions - Other | Tanks & Mechanized | USA

$253.3M to Service US Stryker Vehicles

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Styker APC inMosul traffic jam(click to view full) GM General Dynamics Land Systems Defense Group LLC Joint Venture in Sterling Heights, MI received a $253.3 million cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for follow-on contractor logistics support for Stryker family of vehicles in both garrison and deployment locations. The 8×8 wheeled Stryker armored vehicle is the backbone of the US Army’s 7 medium armored brigades, with an 8th on the way. Of the 7 brigades, 3 are deployed in combat zones: 2 in Iraq and 1 in Afghanistan. The Army has 3,320 Stryker vehicles, with more than 640 currently being used in combat… The Stryker family of vehicles has 10 variants: infantry carrier vehicle, command vehicle, mobile gun system, fire support vehicle, medical evacuation, mortar carrier, engineer squad vehicle, anti-tank guided missile carrier, NBC reconnaissance, and reconnaissance vehicle. The period of performance for the logistics support contract is from March 1/10 to Feb 28/11. Work is to be performed in various locations with an estimated completion date of Feb 28/11. TACOM Contracting Center, CCTA-IL, Warren, MI manages the contract (W56HZV-07-D-M112). General Dynamics release.

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