Future Stryker: US Army to Address Mobility, Piecemeal Upgrade Issues

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Much better on pavement(click to view full) One complaint heard about the 8×8 wheeled Stryker armored vehicles in Afghanistan was that they had difficulties with the rough, mountainous off-road terrain. The Canadian forces in particular found that their Strykers’ mobility limitations created unacceptable difficulties. Another complaint about Stryker vehicles is that upgrades designed to address […]

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