Stryker contracts worth $92M

Dec. 23, 2010 at 11:50 AM

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich., Dec. 23 (UPI) -- General Dynamics Land Systems said Wednesday three U.S. Army contracts it recently received for work on Stryker combat vehicles are worth $92.3 million.

Under one contract for $72.8 million, General Dynamics will provide battle damage assessment, materials and repair services to support Stryker brigades in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The work will be performed in Sterling Heights and Shelby, Mich.; Auburn, Wash.; Anniston, Ala.; Germany; Iraq; Kuwait; Qatar; and London, Ontario, Canada.

The estimated completion date is December 2011.

The second contract, worth $9.6 million, is to provide 350 Strykers with electronic video display kits. Work on the contract, to be conducted in the United States and Britain, is expected to be completed by July 2011.

General Dynamics said the third contract, valued at $9.9 million, funds the procurement and installation of Stryker shields. The work will be performed at two U.S. locations as well as in Germany, Kuwait, Afghanistan and Canada.

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