Sunday, February 28, 2016

Army Set to Replace Older Trucks

The Army has announced plans to acquire new trucks this year, as it tries to upgrade a fleet that includes some vehicles with 25 years of service. The bidding process has been completed, and the government has authorized funds for the acquisition. Deliveries could begin in September. Military trucks don't stir much interest or controversy the way that warplanes or tanks do, but the truck program is important in its own right. Chile's terrain — often inhospitable or inaccessible — has made military transport vehicles crucial to access many outlying communities. Those areas have come to rely on the armed forces for support. The program also reflects the Army's procurement philosophy, which seeks to ensure that maneuver units have adequate logistical equipment.


Jr. Williams said...

So I'm 17 and a senior in high school, anyway I have a Instagram about the US Military and it does well, I have about 3000 followers and I just post Badass pictures. Anyway i plan on enlisting in the Army after high school. I have a question, why do people make fun of the military?

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