rtamerica:

DARPA developing faster, more agile armored vehicles
The United States military’s research arm is developing plans for tactical ground vehicles that come with less armor and more agility in order to counter advances in weapon technology.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, is seeking to revolutionize armored vehicles, which in the past, the agency says, have suffered from burdensome weight and overall inefficient designs based on the necessities of modern warfare.

rtamerica:

DARPA developing faster, more agile armored vehicles

The United States military’s research arm is developing plans for tactical ground vehicles that come with less armor and more agility in order to counter advances in weapon technology.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, is seeking to revolutionize armored vehicles, which in the past, the agency says, have suffered from burdensome weight and overall inefficient designs based on the necessities of modern warfare.

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