General Dynamics’ Canadian Arm to Provide Armored Vehicles for Foreign Sales

General Dynamics‘ business unit Land Systems – Canada has won a $126 million contract modification for 73 light armored vehicles.

The contract modification, awarded by the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command, brings the total contract value to $264 million for 155 LAVs.

“We are pleased to be extending our relationship with TACOM in support of their Foreign Military Sales program,” said Sridhar Sridharan, senior vice president and general manager for international operations for General Dynamics Land Systems.

According to the announcement, the company will provide the LAV II version of the vehicles and will produce six variants.

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