BAE Systems wins $190M contract for Bradley A4

Anniston among BAE locations set to work on project

The Bradley A4. Photo courtesy of BAE Systems.

BAE Systems has been awarded a $190 million contract modification to produce 70 additional M2A4 Infantry Fighting Vehicles and related fire support team vehicles.

The work will be performed at BAE facilities in Anniston and several other locations around the country.

“The Bradley is a crucial vehicle for the Armored Brigade Combat Teams today because it allows the Army to transport troops to the fight while providing cover fire to suppress enemy vehicles and troops,” said Dan Furber, director of ground vehicle production for BAE Systems. “It’s imperative the Bradley Fighting Vehicle is upgraded to keep our soldiers unmatched on the battlefield for years to come.”

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