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Rebuilding Bradley Armored Fighting Vehicles…

Resetting Bradley

  • BAE Systems received a $97 million contract to reset up to 146 Bradley Fighting Vehicles – one of the most survivable and reliable combat systems in the U.S. Army inventory.
  • Under the reset effort, the fighting vehicles will be partially torn down, rebuilt and tested to restore and extend the life of the vehicles.
  • “We are proud to ensure that our soldiers are receiving Bradleys that are restored to their full capability,” said Mark Signorelli, vice president and general manager of Vehicle Systems at BAE Systems. “This important work reinforces the referred vehicle as a vital asset to the U.S. Army and helps maintain the skilled workforce imperative to the defense industrial base.”

Bradley Final Delivery In July 2014…

  • The contract was awarded by the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command with final delivery expected in July 2014. Initial teardown of vehicles will be performed at the Red River Army Depot. This is considered a level-II vehicle reset where key components are removed for reset, then returned to BAE Systems and the Red River Army Depot to be rebuilt and tested for performance.

Bradley & An Experienced Industrial Base…

  • This reset workwill be carried out by the existing workforce at BAE Systems operations in York and Fayette,

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    Pennsylvania; Santa Clara, California; and Aiken, South Carolina. Work will also take place at the Red River Army Depot. The contract contributes to maintaining an experienced and specialized workforce and the defense industrial base required to continue producing armored fighting vehicles for the United States Armed Forces.


Turkish forces raid against Kurd rebels inside Iraq

Frontier Post, on Wed, 07 Nov 2012 08:26:09 -0800

The operations are in line with a Turkish mandate that gives Ankara the authority to order raids to hit suspected bases inside northern Iraq, from where rebels are believed to be infiltrating. Parliament voted in favour of allowing operations in 2007 …  


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List of coalition military operations of the Iraq War – Wikipedia, the …

indicates attacks resulting in over 100 deaths § indicates the deadliest attack in the Iraq War This list only includes major attacks. 2003: 1st Baghdad · 2nd 

US Military Operations in Iraq – Strategic Studies Institute – U.S. Army

A colloquium on “U.S. Military Operations in Iraq: Planning,. Combat, and Occupation” was held November 2, 2005, and was co-sponsored by SSI and Johns 

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