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US Army Begins Testing On New Light Tactical Vehicles

The first seven joint light tactical vehicles were turned over to the Army and Marine Corps in late September by Oshkosh Defense for testing at different sites around the force. A total of about 100 of the JLTV “production vehicles” will be provided to the Army and Marine Corps for testing over the next year,
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