BAE Systems Receives Contracts for Warfighter Individual Protective Equipment
ARLINGTON, Virginia—BAE Systems has been awarded seven contracts valued at $43.5 million to provide a range of protective equipment to the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps. This equipment includes the Advanced Combat Helmet (ACH), helmet-mounted sensors for the ACH, outer tactical vests, torso plates and side body armor plates, and load-carrying pocket sets for use with body armor ensembles.
“Our body armor and helmet products continue to be in significant demand for protection of our warfighters,” said Denny Dellinger, president of BAE Systems Mobility & Protection Systems. “We have made a major commitment to expanding capacity for our Individual Equipment businesses and we are very pleased our DoD customers continue to depend on us for leading-edge technologies.”
The work will be performed at BAE Systems facilities in Jessup, Pennsylvania; Phoenix, Arizona and Jefferson City, Tennessee.
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