Thailand To Get 60 Stryker Infantry carrier vehicles, Support For $175M
07:56 AM, July 27, 2019
Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle
The United States (US) has approved the sale of 60 Stryker infantry carrier vehicles with equipment and support for an estimated cost of $175 million.
According to a statement released by Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), Government of Thailand has requested to buy sixty (60) Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicles (ICV); and sixty (60) M2 Flex .50 calibre machine guns.
Also included are spare parts, Basic Issue Items (BII), Components of End Items (COEI), Additional Authorized List (AAL) (specific items for operations and maintenance), Special Tools and Test Equipment (STTE), technical manuals, OCONUS Deprocessing Service, M6 smoke grenade launchers (4 per vehicle) and associated spares, AN/VAS-5 Driver's Vision Enhancer (DVE), AN/VIC-3 vehicle intercommunications system, contractor provided training and Field Service Representatives (FSR), and other related elements of logistics and program support.
The principal contractor for the Stryker vehicle is General Dynamics Land Systems, Sterling Heights, MI. There are no known offset agreements proposed in connection with this potential sale.
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