Iraq “in Talks” to Buy Bradley Fighting Vehicles

By John Lee.

Iraq is in talks with the U.S. government to buy 200 Bradley Fighting Vehicles from BAE Systems, according to Defense World.

A BAE official reportedly said that the potential deal is to take place in 2014.

The Iraq contract would provide recently upgraded M2A2 ODS (Operation Desert Storm) variants to the Baghdad government, the same vehicles that the US Army National Guard uses.

(Source: Defense World)

(Picture: M2A2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle in operation in Iraq in 2004)

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