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    Official: GM, US Army working together to test new fuel cell vehicle

    General Motors will work with the US Army to further develop hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicles as a way for the military to reduce petroleum dependency. The US automaker and the US Army Tank Automotive Research, Development & Engineering Center (TARDEC) have reached an agreement to ...

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    ADA Technologies to develop ultracapacitors for hybrid military vehicles

    ADA Technologies, Inc. has been awarded a $70,000 contract from the U.S. Army to begin Phase 1 of the development of an electrochemical ultracapacitor for use in hybrid military vehicles. ADA's developmental work will be performed with assistance from Maxwell Technologies, the company behind the ...

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    From the no kidding files: a more efficient miltary would save soldiers' lives

    Photo by Soldiers Media Center. Licensed under Creative Commons license 2.0.
    The US military has brought the civilian world some great acronyms, like SNAFU and FUBAR. The military might need to look into adopting O RLY after coming to the conclusion that, as Green Car Advisor put is, "Army's ...

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    Army ready to test diesel-electric hybrid Aggressor vehicle

    It may look like something you might have pulled out of a Kenner G.I. Joe package during your salad days in the '80s, but the "Aggressor" off-road Alternative Mobility Vehicle is no toy. In fact it's very real, and the first prototypes are ready for testing by the men in green. The tough-looking ...

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    Cobasys supplying NiMH battery for Army hybrid truck

    Cobasys is working with Armor Holdings Inc. to provide their NiMH battery packs for heavy duty hybrid trucks that the latter company is developing. The hybrid trucks are being tested by the US Army at Ft. Lewis in Washington in different mission simulations to evaluate their performance. The ...


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