DaimlerChrysler Corp. and Ford Motor Co. already are battling one another for customers in the competitive and profitable North American pickup truck segment. And if a program to replace cargo/troop carriers is approved by the U.S. Army Tank and Automotive Command Center in Warren, MI, the Dodge Ram and Ford F-350 Super Duty may see action on a real battlefield. The Army, ironically facing many of the same challenges that automakers are dealing with, has formed a partnership with Ford and ...
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