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Originally posted by v1rtu0s0
Probably just preparing to go to war with Iran...
Originally posted by Rothbard
I have perused other sites and the real irony of this whole video is not the wheres and whys but the reaction of the American people to this video. 20 years ago no one would of thought anything about it. Now..............
not another war, im in the army and stationed in Korea. these are M2A2 and A3 bradleys, we got upgraded M3A3 brads now and these are our olds ones being sent back to be broken down and whatnot, fear not folks, #buffaloSoldiers
So we might be able to rule out refitting based on it's location and direction. Someone earlier said they might be going to Ft Hunter Liggett, I've only been there once but I imagine it could be possible NG will receive them there, though that seems to be a very large shipment for any National Guard unit. Without crunching the numbers it looks like a squadron/battalion sized element at least.
BAE Systems works through its Public Private Partnership with Red River Army Depot (RRAD) in Texas to remanufacture and upgrade these vehicles. Initial disassembly and subsystem rebuild is performed at RRAD. Further disassembly and structural modifications is performed by BAE Systems in Fayette County, PA. The final assembly, integration and test is conducted at the BAE Systems facility in York, PA.*