4 myths about combat vehicles, debunked by Lt. Gen. McMaster

By David Vergun | army.mil | November 2, 2016

WASHINGTON (Army News Service) -- It's a unique situation that the Army doesn't currently have a ground combat vehicle under development, said Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster Jr. That hasn't happened since World War I. &At current funding levels, the Bradley and Abrams will remain in the inventory for 50 to 70 more years,& he said in his remarks as the keynote speaker Tuesday at a professional development forum for The Association of the United States Army's Institute of Land Warfare.

army.mil | 11/2/2016

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