MRAP does have a future...



Andrew Elwell
04/19/2012

U.S. Army officials have insisted that the mine-resistant, ambush-protected (MRAP) has a future in military operations, though its role is likely to change to one of route clearance and emergency reserves. Of the 20,000 MRAPs in service, around 11,000 (59%) will be put into "contingency sets", where they will available to the U.S. Army as and when needed. Around 2,000 will be used for training purposes. According to Defense News, Col. Mark Barbosa, the division chief for Force Development...
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