Staff had been hoping they would win a new contract to build the Army's Future Rapid Effect System (FRES) vehicles and upgrading the Warrior combat vehicles and subsequent contracts.
What does FRES stand for?
FRES stands for Future Rapid Effect System (UK ground forces program)
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He also strongly criticised the delayed Future Rapid Effect System programme to provide new armoured vehicles for the UK's Armed Forces.
Shambles Hutton, who stepped down last year, strongly criticised the delayed future rapid effect system programme to provide new armoured vehicles for the UK's Armed Forces.
Both are part of the larger Future Rapid Effect System (FRES) project to develop new armoured vehicles for the Army.
Ministry of Defense's System House, for the Future Rapid Effect System (FRES) Chassis Concept (CC) Technology Demonstration Programme (TDP).
LONDON -- Smiths Aerospace is selected as part of the Lockheed Martin team to play a key role in the design, integration and demonstration of electronic architecture concepts for the Future Rapid Effect System (FRES).
Vickers is one of number of sites bidding for a slice of the multi-million pound Future Rapid Effect System (FRES) vehicle, as well as upgrades to the Warrior combat fleet.
The MoD spending review will also mean delays in the Army's Future Rapid Effect System (FRES) armoured vehicle programme and the provision of fleet tankers under the MARS (Military Afloat Reach and Sustainability) project.