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United Defense Paid $15M for Bradley Armor

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The U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command in Warren Michigan paid United Defense $15 million, half of the total order of $30 million initiated earlier this month to deliver armor upgrades for M113A3, M1 and Bradley Survivability Enhancement Armor. The work, done in Santa Clara, CA, should be done by the end of July.

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