Beyond the 'Blast Bucket'

Kreisher, Otto
September 2006
Sea Power;Sep2006, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p33
The article focuses on the effort of Marine Corps on multiple tracks to improve the safety and performance of its light tactical vehicles in the U.S. The Joint Light Tactical Vehicle program has a goal of fielding a more survivable, fuel-efficient and versatile. Moreover, the Marine Corps Systems Command the Office of Naval Research are supporting several experimental programs to develop and test innovative concepts and technologies that could go into a future vehicle.


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