Lockheed Says It's Suing Over Rejection of Combat Vehicle Bid

  • Army awarded $6.75 billion Humvee replacement job to Oshkosh
  • Lawsuit follows abandonment of protest lodged with GAO

A U.S. Army humvee maneuvers on a forward operating base in Paktika province, situated along the Afghan-Pakistan border.

Photographer: David Furst/AFP via Getty Images

The No. 1 U.S. defense contractor, Lockheed Martin Corp., is going to court to fight a government decision awarding a $6.75 billion deal to replace the U.S. Army’s Humvee combat vehicle to a company that ranked No. 99 last year.

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