The U.S. Marine Corps has exercised options to extend a contract for the procurement of 40 Amphibious Combat Vehicles (ACV) and related support, contributing to the total contract value of $2.55 billion. Work on these vehicles will be distributed across five states, with completion expected by February 2026. The immediate funding of $211.48 million from the fiscal year 2024 procurement budget will be used for this contract extension.
- The contract for Amphibious Combat Vehicles has been expanded to include 40 additional ACVs, along with necessary support and testing equipment.
- The contract work will be carried out in multiple locations across the United States, with the majority happening in York, Pennsylvania.
- An amount of $211,477,415 from the fiscal year 2024 Marine Corps procurement funds has been allocated to this contract modification.
- The expected completion of the work on this contract is February 2026.
- The Marine Corps Systems Command in Quantico, Virginia, is overseeing the contract activities.