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BAE to Upgrade Norwegian M113s

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Norwegian M113, Kandahar– note mine rollers(click to view full) BAE Systems has received a $29.7 million contract from the Norwegian Defence Procurement Division for the development and delivery of M113 upgrade kits. The contract calls for the development and production of 72 power pack kits, air conditioning system kits, suspension kits, and track system kits for Norwegian M113 armored personnel carriers, plus the provision of logistics support and spare parts. The contract also includes options for 34 additional sets of kits, storage cases and additional spares. Work will be performed at BAE Systems’ facility Santa Clara, CA and will continue through November 2008. The kits will be installed at the DPD’s facility in Norway. See BAE release.

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