COVID-19 cost calculations for Army vehicles could take years, official says

By Ethan Sterenfeld / December 8, 2020 at 1:21 PM
A full accounting of the increased supply chain costs the coronavirus pandemic created for some of the Army's largest ground vehicles might not be available for "two to three years," a senior official said Dec. 8. The Army and its contractors are calculating the costs of supply chain delays and workplace safety protocols for all of their programs, according to James Schirmer, the Army's deputy program executive officer for ground combat vehicles. The Abrams main battle tank and Bradley fighting...

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