* Beats out three other teams * Company has capacity to build vehicles * First trucks to be delivered in July (adds funding details, CEO comments, stock movement, byline) By Andrea Shalal-Esa WASHINGTON, June 30 (Reuters) - Oshkosh Corp on Tuesday won a $1.1 billion fixed-price contract to build 2,244 lighter, more maneuverable armored trucks for use by U.S. troops in Afghanistan, the Pentagon said on Tuesday. Oshkosh beat out BAE Systems , Navistar International Corp , and Force ...
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