The U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command awarded Navistar Defense seven more contracts to provide parts and support for its International MaxxPro Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles, totaling approximately $125 million.

Under the contracts, Navistar will provide crucial replacement parts for vehicle repair such as wheels, axles and air-conditioning units. Their global network provides swift distribution and service for MaxxPro MRAP vehicles in theater. Navistar has shipped more than 185,000 parts pieces to the military for use in Iraq and Afghanistan and has more than 100 field service representatives in theater.

"Navistar builds a great vehicle and we recognize the criticality of vehicle uptime," said Tom Feifar, general manager, Global Defense and Export, Navistar Parts. "Great parts support will keep these vehicles up and running so our troops always have the protection needed to complete their missions safely."