posted on Oct, 18 2014 @ 06:20 PM
You also have to remember that Georgia had two very large army bases, Benning and Stewart, both of which regularly deploy to training centers like NTC
and JRTC, and overseas . The rail lines in Atlanta connect to Savannah, Brunswick, Mobile, and Jacksonville. And units from Kentucky and other areas
could conceivably go through Atlanta to get to these southern ports.
I didn't watch the whole video but the part i did watch i only saw humvees and transportation assets, not tanks, Bradleys, howitzers, and other
front line vehicles. However it didn't look like vehicles heading to a depot though. There were too many conexes and generators for it to not be
active unit coming home our heading out. Could have quite possibly been elements that are deploying to Liberia or other areas if headed south or east.
If headed north or west if was probably gear from 3rd Infantry, Florida or Georgia national guard headed to a training center.