An Army report that was just made public has pointed to several problems with the U.S. Army's troop carrier, the Stryker, including failing to adequately protect soldiers from certain explosive devices, seat belts that don't fit properly and tires that have to be replaced frequently. It seems that the vehicle was rushed into production without all the bugs being corrected and when they were fixed, it cause a whole other batch of problems. The Pentagon stands behind the vehicle while interviews the Army conducted with soldiers in Mosul, Iraq told a different story. The report even complained about the inadequate horn and advised troops to purchase a louder one locally and replace it themselves. Nice.
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