General Dynamics Wins $23 Million Contract For Buffalo Vehicle Upgrades

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  • 09:46 AM, March 25, 2015
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General Dynamics Land Systems has won a $22.7 million contract from the US Army TACOM Lifecycle Management Command for updates and revisions to all logistic requirements and data in support of the Buffalo A2 M1272 vehicle.

Work is estimated to be completed by March 2018, the company announced in its press release on Tuesday.

The Buffalo A2 is a heavily armored truck specifically designed to protect its occupants from mines and improvised explosive devices.

The Buffalo is a recognized leader in the global mine-protected route-clearance vehicle class, with approximately 238 Buffalo A2 vehicles delivered to U.S. units throughout the world.

 

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