VSE Lands $63M Army Task Order for Medium Tactical Vehicle Supply Chain Mgmt

VSELogoVSE Corp. has received a potential three-year, $63 million equipment-related services task order to provide supply chain management services to the U.S. Army‘s Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command.

The company said Monday it will supply spare/repair parts, major components and other supply chain management support for the reset of the family of medium tactical vehicles such as the 2.5 ton, 5 ton and 10 ton trucks at the Red River Army Depot in Texas.

J.R. Brown, president of VSE’s federal services group, said the company will work to support Army production lines in an effort to update warfighters assets.

The task order award under the TACOM Strategic Services Solutions contract serves to supplement the Medium Tactical Vehicle Product Support Integration Directorates FMTV Reset program.

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