Army clarifies JLTV cost savings

By Ethan Sterenfeld / March 30, 2021 at 11:04 AM
Each Joint Light Tactical Vehicle costs roughly 17% less, on average, than original government projections, according to Michael Sprang, program manager for the Army's joint program office for joint light tactical vehicles. The Army announced in 2020 that JLTV acquisition costs were low enough that the service would increase the number of vehicles it could buy under its contract with Oshkosh. The contract had allowed the military to buy 16,901 vehicles, but the Army raised that to 23,163 vehicles. At...

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