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U.S. Army

  • US Army's Ground Mobility Vehicle

    The U.S. Army has a new set of wheels. It's called the Ground Mobility Vehicle and it's designed to shuffle airborne troops from a drop zone in a hurry with a 2.0-liter DOHC twin-turbocharged diesel engine buried beneath all that armor plating. Mechanically speaking, the GMV is based on the General Dynamics Flyer Advanced Light Strike Vehicle. A heavy-duty four-wheel-drive system allows the GMV to travel across terrain few, if any, other vehicles could. Want some examples of its capabilities? The GMV can scale a 60-degree hill and roll through to 30 inches of water, the Military Times...

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