TROY, MI – The U.S. military likely will decide by June if it plans to use a modified fullsize pickup built by General Motors Corp. or Chrysler Group to perform some missions now assigned to the standard issue Humvee. “Within the next six months, we’re going to know,” says Dennis Wend, executive director-U.S. Army National Automotive Center. The U.S. military may use a modified Chevy Silverado pickup for light-duty purposes. The military could decide to use Chevrolet and Dodge ...
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