Bush: Army could 'potentially' produce hybrid tactical vehicles within six years

By Evan Ochsner / November 3, 2022 at 4:43 PM
The Army could begin producing hybrid tactical vehicles as early as 2027, the service's acquisition executive said Thursday, laying out a possible timeline that could put the service ahead of one of its climate goals. “We have two hybrid humvee prototypes and one [Joint Light Tactical Vehicle] prototype right now,” Army acquisition executive Doug Bush said during an event hosted by the Atlantic Council. “If those efforts prove successful, and follow-on testing goes well, we could potentially get to production...

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