WASHINGTON, Sept 30 (Reuters) - A U.S. unit of BAE Systems Plc has won a Pentagon contract worth up to $313.3 million for gunner restraints, vehicular safety belt kits and accessories for the Army and Marine Corps, the Defense Department said Wednesday. BAE Systems Safety Products, Pompano Beach, Florida, will produce the goods, the department said in its daily contract digest. (Reporting by Jim Wolf; Editing by Richard Chang)
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