By Andrea Shalal-Esa WASHINGTON, Aug 27 (Reuters) - The U.S. Army on Tuesday said it was unaware of any challenge to its $4 billion Stryker combat vehicle program, despite reports that some Pentagon officials were questioning its future. "We haven't heard anything. The Stryker is fully funded," said Army spokesman Maj. Amy Hannah. "The program has been extremely successful for the Army." The Stryker, an eight-wheeled combat vehicle being built by a joint venture of General Motors Corp. ...
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