* BAE says Oshkosh's truck pricing was below cost * Urges "thorough, unbiased" review by Army By Andrea Shalal-Esa WASHINGTON, Dec 21 (Reuters) - Britain's BAE Systems on Monday urged the U.S. Army to rethink its strategy to buy medium-sized trucks after government auditors upheld BAE's protest against a multibillion dollar contract award to Oshkosh Corp . The Army has 60 days to review the procurement process that initially resulted in an August contract award to Oshkosh over BAE, ...
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