Army stretching JLTV buy to 2042

February 11, 2020 at 3:28 PM
The Army has decided to stretch Joint Light Tactical Vehicle procurement by three years, ending in 2042, to fund other priorities, such as the Bradley vehicle replacement. The service's fiscal year 2021 budget request asks for $822 million to buy 1,920 JLTVs and $72.4 million for 1,334 companion trailers, a new addition to the funding line in FY-21. The service last year projected it would buy 2,601 vehicles, for $1.1 billion, in FY-21 and did not mention trailers. The FY-20...

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