Army reopens competition for Bradley replacement

By Ashley Tressel / February 7, 2020 at 1:51 PM
For the second time, the Army is opening the competition for the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle, releasing today a new market survey tied to a minimally prescriptive wish list and a strategy that shifts most of the initial cost burden to the service, in a bid to regain industry's trust after a faulty start. Army Futures Command head Gen. Mike Murray and Army acquisition executive Bruce Jette, who are leading the effort, briefed reporters in the Pentagon today on the...

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