Comments:U.S. Army revives next-generation Ground Combat Vehicle program

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As long as it can119:05, 7 December 2010

As long as it can

save us from China, that would be good. Anti-infantry sounds promising.

120.145.146.135 (talk)13:28, 4 December 2010

The Army have their own people in charge of this project. This has been delayed too many times to let it layed anymore. Its waste of US Tax Dollar money, M2/M3 Bradleys are aging, you can only rebuild them so many times. I hope their able make a non-political decision and stick with right tool for the job. -- Colt9033 (talk) 19:05, 7 December 2010 (UTC)

Colt9033 (talk)19:05, 7 December 2010