Waking up to the realities of anti-access warfare and acknowledging that it will be many years before a high-speed, armored, tracked amphibious vehicle is a reality, the U.S. Marine Corps is looking at nearly-off-the-shelf equipment. At least two major new systems that might help fill that gap could stem from non-U.S. designs.  Until early this year, the Marines had been pursuing the Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) program as the substitute for the ill-fated Expeditionary Fighting ...

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