posted on Aug, 22 2013 @ 12:20 AM
Originally posted by gariac
The nuclear transport trucks are very low key as to not attract attention. Just research the Office of Secure Transportation. You wouldn't notice such
transportation unless you look for the government license plates.
your exactly right, i was stationed hereYellow Water
during part of my time as a Marine.
the only time we moved weapons in force was from our side of the base to the navy's side, read the story the guy wrote, it is a real description of
the way we moved them from one side to the other. then take the picture tour, or by helicopter to m@@@@@@@ $$$$$ %%%%%%% to load the carriers.
we use to call the transport trucks Super Trucks. and yes there were all kinds of rumors about them.
one was that the trucks had rams in all four corners of the trailer, that could be triggered by the driver, that would drive into the ground to keep
anyone from driving away with the trailer if they lost control of the truck.
one thing i can say for sure is the trailer are reenforced, and the trucks then looked just like any other truck on the road, just like the first ones
they show in the video. except they were 70's and 80's trucks.
and the guys that ran the escorts, they wore regular clothes, Levis, tee shrits you know just everyday cloths.
but they toted some bad as weapons.
i wont go into anymore details. i may have said to much already. although it's been 30 years, and the base is closed, but at that time it was, well
just leave it there.
edit on 22-8-2013 by hounddoghowlie because: (no reason given)