Army estimates $45 billion total price tag -- or $11 million per vehicle -- for OMFV

By Jason Sherman / October 11, 2019 at 2:26 PM
The Army estimates the Bradley replacement program will cost $45 billion to develop and procure, a tally that assumes at least two defense contractors would submit bids for the rapid prototyping phase of the competition for the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle. The previously unreported figure was developed earlier this year and includes $1.9 billion for research and development and more than $43 billion for procurement to buy about 3,800 vehicles. It was informed by Army market research and used to...

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