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General Dynamics Wins U.S. Army Contract For Mobile Protected Firepower Vehicles

General Dynamics Land Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics (GD), said that its Mobile Protected Firepower offering has been chosen by the U.S. Army through a competitive process to provide enhanced firepower for Infantry Brigade Combat Teams or IBCTs. The Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) award is valued at $1.14 billion.

The award also includes test support, logistics support and systems technical support.

The Mobile Protected Firepower vehicle employs a four-person crew and features an enhanced thermal viewer, a large-caliber cannon, a lightweight hull and turret, and a modern diesel engine, transmission and suspension system. It has been designed from the start for capability upgrades, based on future operational needs.

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