Marines Defend ACV Development as Program Matures

The Marine Corps’ 20-year odyssey to replace its 1970s-era amphibious vehicle has hit more than a few roadblocks, but after months of operational testing, the service says the new Amphibious Combat Vehicle program is on its way to joining the fleet in earnest.

Despite some concerns from independent testers, Marines say the new vehicle is a significant improvement over the legacy Amphibious Assault Vehicle.

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