BAE wins M2 Bradley reset contract

by: Matthew Potter
January 3, 2008

Category: BAE Systems, logistics, U.S. Army | RSS 2.0

BAE was awarded a $375 M contract to begin purchasing the parts and supplies to reset over 600 M2 Bradleys. Reset is when the Army takes a system that has been used a lot and rebuilds. When you are done you have a new system with the same capability. Reset does not add any capability, that is what a modification program does. See more here. For more on the Bradley reset program see this. Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, AL provides reset for M1 and M2 vehicles. They are working 3 shifts/7 days a week.

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