Argentina, Djibouti, Iraq, Lebanon and Romania Purchase Tactical Vehicles by Oshkosh Totaling $320 Million

WASHINGTON, (BM) – Argentina, Djibouti, Iraq, Lebanon and Romania purchase family of medium tactical vehicle variants by Oshkosh totaling $320 million, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

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According US Department of Defense work will be performed in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, with an estimated completion date of Aug. 24, 2021.

The Oshkosh Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) stands alone as the get-things-done resource for military operations. Crew-protecting armor and advanced technologies work in concert to provide the capability, versatility, mobility and protection to move troops and supplies, recover vehicles and weapon systems or haul equipment wherever the mission requires.

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For durability, reliability and advanced performance, the FMTV has been proven time and time again. It meets the demands – of the mission, of the battlefield and of the military personnel who rely on it. Commonality of parts across chassis variants significantly reduces the logistics burden as well as operational and support costs. And with a Long-Term Armor Strategy-compliant cab (LTAS) and other advanced technologies, military personnel get the enhanced protection they need to confidently complete their missions.

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Source: US DoD, Oshkosh

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