BAE Systems received a $288 million change order modification for the conversion to Bradley M2A4 Infantry Fighting Vehicles for the U.S. Army. This announcement follows a $274 million award in late August and an additional $128 million modification in September.
“The Bradley has proven that it is unmatched on the battlefield time and time again through its adaptability over the years,” said Dan Furber, director of ground vehicle production for BAE Systems. “The Bradley A4’s advanced technology and superior capabilities provide our Soldiers with the best equipment to overmatch the adversary on the battlefield.”
BAE Systems was also awarded a $190 million production contract for Bradley production in August.
Work on the program will take place at Red River Army Depot in Texarkana, Texas, and BAE Systems’ facilities in Aiken, South Carolina; Anniston, Alabama; Minneapolis, Minnesota; San Jose, California; Sterling Heights, Michigan; and York, Pennsylvania.