The MATV vehicle (left) will gradually take over for the MRAP vehicle (right), which has proven ill suited for the mountainous terrain of Afghanistan. (Thomas L. Day/Macon Telegraph/MCT)
The MATV vehicle (left) will gradually take over for the MRAP vehicle (right), which has proven ill suited for the mountainous terrain of Afghanistan. (Thomas L. Day/Macon Telegraph/MCT) Thomas L. Day / Macon Telegraph / MCT
The MATV vehicle (left) will gradually take over for the MRAP vehicle (right), which has proven ill suited for the mountainous terrain of Afghanistan. (Thomas L. Day/Macon Telegraph/MCT) Thomas L. Day / Macon Telegraph / MCT

Army's new all-terrain vehicle debuts in Afghanistan

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