Appropriators' support for Bradley upgrade cancellation bodes well for NGCV

By Ashley Tressel / September 26, 2018 at 4:04 PM
An $80 million cut to the Army's Bradley upgrade program in the fiscal year 2019 spending bill signals congressional support for the service's decision to forego improvements to a legacy system in favor of investing in a new replacement. As Inside Defense previously reported, the Army has decided to terminate the planned Bradley A5 upgrade as part of the service's proposed FY-20 budget and accompanying five-year plan to accelerate the initial fielding date for the Next Generation Combat Vehicle...

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