Army expanding Stryker 'lethality' options to include antitank missiles

By Sebastian Sprenger / November 30, 2015 at 4:33 PM
The Army's program to upgrade the cannons on a portion of its Stryker vehicles could be expanded by also installing Javelin missiles on a subset of them, government and industry officials said. The considerations, confirmed by a service spokesman in response to questions by Inside the Army, would mean yet another significant up-arming of the infantry carrier version of the vehicles. Earlier this year, the Army and Stryker maker General Dynamics Land Systems successfully blitzed Congress with a controversial $412...

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