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The U.S. Army, seeking to demonstrate the relevance of its most expensive weapons program, Boeing Co.‘s Future Combat Systems, will give some of the new equipment first to infantry rather than armored units, reports Bloomberg.com.
The armored units haven’t been deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan as often as infantry brigades. The Army is under pressure from Congress and the Bush administration to show that the $159 billion system of radios, ground sensors, manned vehicles and missile launch systems can be effective in current conflicts.
Some Army infantry brigades will get the equipment starting in 2011 read more at Bloomberg.com