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Marines commence new vehicle program analysis of alternatives

By Lee Hudson  
February 26, 2018 at 10:31 AM
The Marine Corps will conduct a yearlong analysis of alternatives for the Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle program, which is a new-start effort in the fiscal year 2019 budget request. The program will replace the service's Light Armored Vehicle fleet. The Marine Corps set aside $1.5 million for the AOA in FY-19. The service anticipates releasing a request for proposals in the third quarter of FY-21 and awarding a contract in the third quarter of FY-22. Inside the Navy previously reported the...

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