DETROIT – A joint venture of General Motors Corp. and General Dynamics Land Systems wins a $48 million U.S. Army contract to supply mobile gun system vehicles. GM GDLS Defense Group will deliver 10 Mobile Gun System vehicles for the Army’s Brigade Combat Teams beginning next July and running monthly until January 2003. Production will start with fabrication at joint GM and General Dynamics plants in Lima, OH, and London, Ont. General Dynamics’ plants in Enyon, PA; Muskegon, MI; and ...
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