Does the Army use diesel in most of their cars?



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    Yes. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, of which the United States is a member, has a “single fuel vehicle policy,” meaning that all vehicles in NATO forces should use diesel fuel. The reason for this policy is to simplify military logistics: if you’re fighting a war and your tanks, trucks, motorcycles or other vehicles need different types of fuel, it becomes much more complicated to supply. However, the US military and its suppliers have been experimenting with diesel-electric hybrids, such as the Clandestine Extended Range Vehicle (CERV), a hybrid vehicle manufactured by Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies intended for use by Army Special Forces in Afghanistan.

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