BAE, General Dynamics move forward in Mobile Protected Firepower competition

By Ashley Tressel / December 17, 2018 at 5:33 PM
The Army has chosen BAE Systems and General Dynamics Land Systems to build prototypes for the Mobile Protected Firepower vehicle, dropping Science Applications International Corp. from consideration. The two companies, awarded contracts each of which will not exceed $376 million under the middle-tier acquisition authority known as Section 804, will build 12 prototypes for testing before one is finally selected to deliver up to 28 low-rate initial production vehicles. BAE proposed a modified version of the Army's old M8 Armored...

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