Army To Start Key Stryker Testing In May

By Dan Dupont / March 11, 2003 at 5:00 AM
The Army will begin initial operational testing and evaluation of the Stryker vehicle in May, the service announced today. The start date has been delayed roughly six weeks. The IOT&E will "yield data on a Stryker-equipped battalion's performance in a combat scenario as measured against a baseline infantry battalion in back-to-back test periods," the Army said in a statement. The service says the start date was changed to "to ensure environmental factors such as weather and foliage are consistent between...

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