LASDON, SC (WCSC) - Force Protection Industries, Inc., announced that it has received a modification to an existing contract with a total value of approximately $14.5 million for continuing Field Service Representative support work and maintenance at a vehicle facility in Afghanistan.
Randy Hutcherson, Chief Operating Officer for Force Protection Industries, Inc., said, "Maintaining the installed Cougar fleet of vehicles is very critical to current operations. We are proud of the performance of the vehicles in the field and appreciate the continued trust and confidence our customer places in us to perform vital field service support in Afghanistan."
All work under this modification is expected to be complete by July, 2011.
Force Protection is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Force Protection Inc., a leading designer, developer and manufacturer of survivability solutions and provider of total life cycle support for those products.
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