The Army’s Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (fondly known as TARDEC) has done heaps of innovative and intriguing research and development over the years, but the Army has rarely succeeded in harnessing that innovation and turning it into a product. This time, no one can naysay TARDEC’s achievement. Of course, a great deal of the credit goes to General Motors for cobbling together all the bits and pieces from its research, working with TARDEC and ensuring it built a vehicle.

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