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US Army Concept Vehicle Rolls Out to Meet Detroit Public

This week the Army debuted its latest concept vehicle that not only significantly improves upon fuel economy, it also has the capability to generate and export electric power to Soldiers in austere locations like Afghanistan. Following the grand opening of the arsenal’s high-tech lab last week, the Fuel Efficient ground vehicle Demonstrator (Bravo version), or [...]
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