Military Vehicle Maintenance Proves Challenge in Afghanistan
At the beginning of October, the first Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) All Terrain Vehicles (M-ATV) touched down in Afghanistan, just three months after Oshkosh Corporation was awarded the contract to supply the tanks for the US military.
The firm, which has a long history in military vehicle maintenance and development, secured the three-year deal in June this year.
Depending on the level of orders, the contract could be worth up to $3.3 billion, cover...
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