YUMA – Under a hot desert sun last week near the Mexican border, Col. Robert Groller watched a transport truck with a prototype suspension system speed across a treacherous off-road course.
Groller, one of the Army officers who oversees Humvees and larger transport trucks, was in the middle of the Army’s Yuma Proving Ground, an expanse of desert larger than Rhode Island. He got right to the point. “Why am I buying this?” Groller, a bearlike man in fatigues and a beret, asked a group of civilians and officers.
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