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BAE lands $97.6M Bradley contract

By , - Last modified: October 3, 2012 at 11:41 AM

BAE Systems has received a $97.6 million contract for reset services to support Bradley A3 configured vehicles, according to the U.S. Department of Defense.

The work will be performed in York County and in Texas, the department said.

The United Kingdom-based defense contractor also received a Bradley-related contract for $55.9 million last month and it, too, includes work for BAE operations in York County.

The deals have come amid worries in the industry about defense cuts in the United States and the recent announcement of talks to possibly combine BAE’s business with Europe’s EADS N.V.


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