Army’s Electric Vehicles

The U.S. Army took its first steps today to becoming less dependent on foreign oil. At a ceremony at Fort Myer in Arlington, Army officials picked up the keys t...

The U.S. Army took its first steps today to becoming less dependent on foreign oil. At a ceremony at Fort Myer in Arlington, Army officials picked up the keys to the first six electric vehicles designed for use on Army installations worldwide. FederalNewsRadio’s Max Cacas has details.Click to hear the interview.

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