Army expecting to approve Stryker lethality requirement this week

March 28, 2019 at 3:30 PM
HUNTSVILLE, AL -- The program executive office for ground combat systems is expecting approval from the Army Requirements Oversight Council this week on three Stryker combat vehicle lethality upgrades. Maj. Gen. Brian Cummings told reporters at the Association of the United States Army’s Global Force Summit the AROC was deciding how to resource the upgrade effort and how quickly. Lt. Col. Joseph Rosen, product manager for Stryker future operations, told Inside Defense in an interview here the service wants to...

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