ST. LOUIS, Feb. 2 (UPI) -- BAE Systems has contracted Missouri-based LaBarge for the company to deliver its circuit card assemblies in support of military vehicle production orders.
LaBarge was awarded a deal worth $3.4 million to support British company BAE's defense contracts with its ruggedized circuit card assemblies.
Work on the follow-on order will take place at LaBarge's Oklahoma facilities. LaBarge, an electronics and electromechanical solutions developer, has received multiple contracts from BAE to support the production of the A3 Bradley Combat Systems widely deployed to support U.S. and allied military operations in the Iraqi operational theater.
LaBarge has been "producing the assemblies since 2006 and anticipates receiving additional orders," the release said.