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92 more M1A1 Abrams Sets as AIM Program Continues

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M1A1 Abrams(click to view full) General Dynamics Land Systems in Warren, MI received a $15.6 million letter contract (a firm-fixed-price contract will be awarded) for 92 vehicle material sets. These sets are part of the Abrams Integrated Management (AIM) program. Initial funding of $31.3 million was awarded in April and a second, $15.6 million increment was authorized in July under the contract. With the award of the final $15.6 million increment on July 28,/05, the U.S. Army increased the total tank material sets purchased under the contract to 92 sets, 17 more than the original estimate of 75. See also all related DID coverage of this contract. Work will be performed at General Dynamics’ plans in Lima, OH; Scranton, PA; and Muskegon, MI, and will be complete by June 30, 2007. The U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command in Warren, MI issued the contract (DAAE07-01-G-N001).

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