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Forces - Marines | General Dynamics | New Systems Tech | Tanks & Mechanized | Testing & Evaluation | Transformation | USA

The US Marines’ EFV Program: Current State Report, November 2006

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EFV hits a rough patch(click to view full) On October 13, 2006, Jane’s Navy International reported that: “Production of the US Marine Corps’ (USMC’s) next-generation amphibious assault vehicle is expected to slip after the vehicle returned poor reliability in a recent operational assessment. Designed as a replacement for the ageing AAV7 family of amphibious assault […]

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