Oshkosh‘s defense business has secured a $103 million award from the U.S. Army for bilateral modification work on the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle Family of Vehicles in support of Foreign Military Sales customers. The Department of Defense said Friday Oshkosh Defense will perform contract efforts at its Wisconsin location through June 30, 2024. Army Contracting […] More
Oshkosh‘s defense business arm has put forward its bid for phases 3 and 4 of the U.S. Army’s Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle program. Oshkosh Defense said Tuesdat it collaborated with Pratt Miller Defense, Hanwha Defense USA, Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, QinetiQ and Plasan to work on the design and prototype test build of the war […] More
Oshkosh’s defense arm handed over to the U.S. Army the first Stryker infantry carrier vehicle equipped with the 30 mm medium caliber weapon system for production verification testing. Oshkosh Defense said Tuesday it will produce and deliver seven units of MCWS by September for integration with Stryker Double-V Hull armored vehicles under a contract awarded […] More
Oshkosh’s defense segment has secured a $216.7 million contract modification from the U.S. Army to continue providing joint light tactical vehicles to international allies. The award will cover foreign military sales of JLTV family of vehicles to Brazil, Lithuania and Montenegro, and work under the Army program will approximately run through Nov. 30, 2023, the Department […] More
Oshkosh‘s defense-focused business arm has signed a cooperative research and development agreement to help the U.S. Army develop, integrate and test armament technologies. The company said Monday Oshkosh Defense will work with the Army’s Combat Capabilities Development Command to mature weapon technologies for medium-caliber platforms, including the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle. The Stryker Medium Caliber […] More
Oshkosh Defense will establish a site in Spartanburg, South Carolina, to facilitate the development of a new fleet of delivery vehicles for the U.S. Postal Service. The company will add more than a thousand members to its workforce for the facility’s operations and expects on-site suppliers to hire more personnel for the Next Generation Delivery […] More
Oshkosh Defense has won a $61 million contract from the U.S. Army for the delivery of the Underbody Armor Kit that will be equipped to the military service branch's Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles for landmine and improvised explosive device protection.
Oshkosh's defense segment has been awarded a $61.8M contract modification to build more trailers for the U.S. Army's Joint Light Tactical Vehicle fleet. The company said Wednesday it will increase the amount of the JLTV trailer options from 32 to 3,541 and perform deliveries through 2021.