Marines may upgrade Cougar MRAP fleet with electro-hydraulic doors

By Lee Hudson / October 23, 2017 at 1:30 PM
The Marine Corps may upgrade its Cougar Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle fleet with electro-hydraulic doors during a future sustainment effort, according to the service. The current vehicles do not have electro-hydraulic doors but the Marine Corps is conducting additional market research to assess options, according to service spokesman Manny Pacheco. The request for information petitions industry to upgrade 1,732 Cougar MRAPs. The Marine Corps has 1,272 but the larger quantity includes Navy, Air Force and foreign military sales partners,...

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