Marine Corps official says commandant seeks more than 9,000 JLTVs

By Lee Hudson / May 17, 2017 at 3:30 PM
Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Robert. Neller wants the service to purchase 9,091 Joint Light Tactical Vehicles -- 65 percent more than the number included in the program of record, according to a Marine Corps official. Speaking at a May 17 conference in Reston, VA, Andrew Rodgers, Marine Corps light tactical vehicle program manager, said adjustments to the service's approved acquisition objective of 5,500 will be made in the "near term." "The end state of where the commandant wants to go...

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