Slowing Production of Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle

BAE York Plant Problems Trigger Big Army Cuts

PENTAGON: Two of the three armored fighting vehicle programs being built by BAE System’s factory in York, Pennsylvania have been slashed in the 2021 budget.

Pentagon budget 2021: Army and USMC opt to slow combat vehicle production at a BAE Systems facility

Production challenges at BAE Systems’ York, Pennsylvania, facility has prompted the US Army and US Marine Corps (USMC) to slow down their buys of three ground combat vehicle programmes – the Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV), the M109A7 Paladin self-propelled howitzer upgrade, and the


M240 Swing Arm
M240 machine gun on MSG Swing Arm fired from top of Vehicle.

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