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Shifting Gears: How the Marine Corps is Reinventing its Tactical Vehicle Fleet
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Apr 6, 2023
MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. - Serving as the backbone of the Corps' tactical vehicle fleet for two decades, the MTVR (Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement) is the Marine Corps' primary heavy tactical vehicle used for transporting troops, supplies, and equipment in a variety of terrain and environmental conditions. Designed to increase the warfighter’s lethality on the battlefield, the MTVR has proven to be a highly reliable, versatile, and durable vehicle that can operate in extreme conditions and has been used in a wide range of missions, including logistics support, disaster relief, and combat operations.


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