The Army has awarded Oshkosh [OSK] Defense a $74 million deal to continue supplying Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles, with an order for 324 A1P2 cargo trucks and tractors.
Pat Williams, Oshkosh’s vice president for Army and Marine Corps Programs, told Defense Daily on Wednesday the new vehicles will be delivered in the first half of fiscal year 2021.
Oshkosh won the Army’s FMTV competition for the A1P2 in 2009, and the company is under contract with Transportation Command through this August.
Last February, Oshkosh beat out AM General for the Army’s next-generation FMTV competition and was awarded a contract to produce the A2 truck.
“We expect the FMTV A2 program to transition to production in FY ’21,” Williams told Defense Daily.