BAE: Looser Army requirements empowered vehicle bid to adapt to threats seen in Ukraine

By Evan Ochsner / November 30, 2022 at 4:16 PM
Increased flexibility in requirements for the Army's competition to replace the Bradley Fighting Vehicle has enabled BAE Systems to adapt its proposal to leverage new information coming out of the war in Ukraine, a company executive said Wednesday. Weapon systems used in Ukraine have exploited vulnerabilities in the roofs of combat vehicles, where defense companies around the world have previously removed armor to save weight, Jim Miller, BAE Systems vice president of business development, told reporters on a call Wednesday...

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