In the aftermath of the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle’s (EFV) cancellation, the U.S. Marines are tasked with coming up with an amphibious vehicle that’s actually affordable and fast. Their answer to the challenge could put a crimp on the Pentagon’s intractable problem of requirements creep. The analysis of alternatives (AOA) is scheduled start in mid-October. Lt. Gen. George Flynn, commanding general of the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, says the process needs to be wrapped up ...
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