ANALYSIS-Pentagon push for vehicle program menaces another


By Andrea Shalal-Esa WASHINGTON, May 26 (Reuters) - The Pentagon's push to develop a $2 billion-plus fleet of armored off-road vehicles for Afghanistan may put pressure on another multibillion dollar competition to replace tens of thousands of military Humvees. The Joint Light Tactical Vehicle or JLTV program has so far escaped Defense Secretary Robert Gates' sweeping cuts, but analysts and industry executives say the Pentagon is certain to carefully reassess -- and possibly scale back ...

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