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Originally posted by Agit8dChop
reply to post by Echo3Foxtrot
Really? surprised because a lot of vets I talk to (and my corporal and sergeant) often tell me they'd rather bury, burn, or sink the equipment because the cost of bringing them home is far more than the cost of making a new machine.
not saying your wrong, just conflicts with what people tell me.
Still, they look brand new and un-used, wouldn't this lend more to the theory they are not coming from a warzone?
Originally posted by fictitious
reply to post by Fitch303
Originally posted by Fitch303
We're winding down the war and equipment is returning home. Are you are you aware one of the largest us military bases is located in Texas? nothing out of the ordinary here
When I visit family in Waco, it is normal to see stuff like this once in a while. It's pretty normal to see big choppers flying over our land when we are out hunting and driving around. But it being in Houston and seeing it every other day is strange. Houston is about 3 hours away from Fort Hood.
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Besides that, I mentioned the train was stopped. I have no idea which direction it was heading, but lets say it was heading in the direction the vehicles were pointed, that would be south east - away from Fort Hood.