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The U.S. Army Offers KDH Defense Systems With $29.9 Million Delivery Order

The U.S. Army Offers KDH Defense Systems With $29.9 Million Delivery Order
Vincent Wilmot
Written by Vincent Wilmot

KDH (KDH Defense Systems), a leading maker of high-performance, American-made protective solutions, this week revealed that it has been offered a $29.9 Million delivery order from the U.S. Army Contracting Command. Reportedly, this deal is associated with producing the MSV (Modular Scalable Vest) Gen II System.

Jim Henderson, Chief Executive Officer, KDH, proclaimed that KDH is once again grateful to the U.S. Army for the faith they have placed in it. He added that keeping the firm’s protectors secure with the best protection remains its first priority and all people both at KDH Defense and Armor Express stand ready to back all users and their mission-critical needs. Henderson stated that the firm is continuing to empower its business, leverage manufacturing capability at both sites, and enlarge its partner network to advance delivery times as well as develop innovation.

On a similar note, Valery Gerasimov, Russian Armed Forces, and First Deputy Defense Minister, Army General, proclaimed that the U.S. President, Trump’s actions might lead to increased tensions between the two powerful nations. This view holds significance as the American pushes ahead with his strategies to make space U.S. territory. Gerasimov proclaimed that the Pentagon has recently continually stated that it intended to employ space for their military reasons. For this purpose, a novel force is shaped, space forces. This structures a pretext for militarizing space.

Additionally, Gerasimov stated that all these activities might lead to an intensification of the military-political situation as well as the emergence of additional threats. Russia will have to respond to all these threats with asymmetrical and reciprocal measures. The warning comes as Trump asked Congress to award the Pentagon $2 Billion over the next 5 Years. These funds will be used to launch the Space Force.

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Vincent Wilmot

Vincent Wilmot

Vincent Wilmot has been working with us for 2 years and with his hard work and efforts has earned the position of Senior Content Writer in a short span. He handles the content and news reporting of Business world; right from the latest trends, to mergers & acquisitions, to news and much more. In spare time, Vincent likes to go play with the share market numbers along with enjoying trekking and hiking with his friends.

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