Protest causes delays for JLTV, but Army says program will deliver early

By Sebastian Sprenger / April 12, 2016 at 9:00 AM
Despite schedule delays documented in a recent report to lawmakers, the Army believes the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle will be available for soldiers and Marines years earlier than initially planned. A work pause last fall stemmed from a complaint by Lockheed Martin against Oshkosh receiving a production award for the humvee-replacements in late August 2015. Lockheed contended that the reliability of its proposed vehicle was unfairly graded compared with that of Oshkosh's. Work on the program was paused while the...

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