An MRAP is tested with land mines: DOD
A U.S. district court in Washington on Dec. 3 unsealed a six-year-old False Claims whistleblower case against Navistar International, a key provider of Mine Resistant Ambush-Protected (MRAP) ground vehicles, and proponents stressed that the federal government recently joined the lawsuit against the company. The case alleges Chicago-area Navistar bilked almost $1.3 billion from the government over the V-shaped-hull vehicles, once the most expensive defense weapon program and an urgent ...
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