Stryker (8 x 8) family of vehicles
Country of Origin: USA
The Stryker family of vehicles was initially designed to act as interim armored vehicles (IAVs) for U.S. Army interim brigade combat teams (IBCTs) while the service transformed its legacy forces into what it calls the "Objective Force." They have since become the primary vehicle for nine Stryker Brigade Combat Teams (SBCTs), providing medium-weight units for a variety of missions. The Stryker is named for both Pfc. Stuart Stryker and Spc. Robert Stryker, who were awarded the Medal of...
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