The Army has been testing Israeli-made systems such as Trophy for the M1 tank and Iron Fist for the Bradley.
A new proposal would give SecDef Mattis the final word on what appears in the parad
Developing the NGCV to replace M1 Abrams tanks and Bradley Fighting Vehicles is the Army's second modernization priority.
An IG report on the anti-ISIS mission cited reports that the militias, known as the PMF, had obtained nine of the tanks.
Lawmakers question how the Army's modernization reform effort will produce the next generation of combat systems.
The new arms include Javelin anti-tank missiles to fight against separatists armed with Russian tanks.
"We know over time that our competitive advantage has eroded, our overmatch is being challenged in all domains," Gen. Milley...
The Army expects to have a brigade of Abrams tanks in Europe protected by the Trophy system by 2020.
A shipment of U.S. military equipment has been unloaded at a Baltic Sea port in Poland as Russia prepares to conduct war game...