Mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicles sometimes have difficulty driving on rugged terrain and have been said to be a less dependable source of protection than one would hope when carrying out missions. This is why the DoD is putting such a large emphasis on an upgraded military vehicle: the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, or JLTV for short. “The reason JLTV is so important to us is because it gives an expeditionary capability back to the Army and the Marine Corps,” says Brig. Gen. John Bartley, the Army’s program executive officer for combat support and combat services support.
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Mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicles sometimes have difficulty driving on rugged terrain and have been said to…
by Tactical-Life.com / Apr 8, 2008