The Army has big plans for its fleets of Strykers, Bradleys, Abrams tanks and aging M113 Armored Personnel Carriers. And even with budget trouble in Washington, the head of the service’s Ground Combat Systems office thinks that the Army can get all of the trucks it says it needs over the upcoming years. “We don’t view [declining budgets] as radically reshaping our portfolio,” GCS chief Scott Davis said Feb. 22 at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) convention in Fort ...


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