US Investment in Regional Response
The US has recognized the IED’s destabilizing effect and has prioritized the resourcing and development of organic C-IED capabilities for its allies.
The Husky long-term contract, with an estimated value of $132 million, provides an enduring mechanism for both U.S. and international foreign military sales (FMS) customers to purchase C-IED vehicles, equipment, spare parts, and training at pre-negotiated commercial prices.
As international demand for adaptive route clearance and C-IED capabilities continues to grow, this contract streamlines the acquisition process and provides a mechanism for CSI to quickly satisfy urgent global needs. Foreign customers have already begun placing orders.