YUMA : Demuestran ante la milicia local la versatilidad del JLTV



Revving up
Yuma, Arizona.-  The JLTV, being developed for the Army and the U.S. Marine Corps, is intended to be a replacement for many of the vehicles in the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) fleet. According to a story in the Sept. 18, 2017 issue of "The Outpost," more than 150,000 of the versatile HMMWV vehicles have been used by American soldiers and Marines.
About the vehicle tests
 "The JLTV incorporates a long list of upgrades that will make it significantly more advanced than the current tactical vehicle fleet," the story continued. "It sports a height-adjustable, off-road racing inspired suspension, allowing the high-profile vehicle to be lowered to within inches of the ground to facilitate boarding and stowage on ships.

Talking by the JLTVOptions for the JLTV
Talking by the JLTV

Other notable improvements include embedded diagnostics, smart display units, and an automatic fire extinguishing system in the event the vehicle is subject to an IED (improvised explosive device). Like the HMMWV, the JLTV will be available to serve a variety of combat missions in several configurations, from infantry carriers to armed escort vehicles."

Talking by the JLTV

The JLTV is being produced by Oshkosh Defense, out of Oshkosh, Wisc. 1 of 8 Revving up Buy Now A newly developed Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) is put through its paces on one of the U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground test courses Thursday morning during a demonstration exercise.

Down the road

The JLTV, being developed for the Army and the U.S. Marine Corps, is intended to be a replacement for many of the vehicles in the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) fleet. According to a story in the Sept. 18, 2017 issue of "The Outpost," more than 150,000 of the versatile HMMWV vehicles have been used by American soldiers and Marines.

A closer look
 "The JLTV incorporates a long list of upgrades that will make it significantly more advanced than the current tactical vehicle fleet," the story continued. "It sports a height-adjustable, off-road racing inspired suspension, allowing the high-profile vehicle to be lowered to within inches of the ground to facilitate boarding and stowage on ships. 


A few words
Other notable improvements include embedded diagnostics, smart display units, and an automatic fire extinguishing system in the event the vehicle is subject to an IED (improvised explosive device). Like the HMMWV, the JLTV will be available to serve a variety of combat missions in several configurations, from infantry carriers to armed escort vehicles." The JLTV is being produced by Oshkosh Defense, out of Oshkosh, Wisc.

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