Trending »
Related »

Oops! New meaning for US Army command: ‘Hit the dirt!’

on April 22 2016 | in Spy videos | by | with Comments Off

Now we know why the US Army is looking at using modified Jeep Wranglers as rapid response vehicles. (Search Jeep, March 14). For starters, the Wranglers are much lighter than the Humvees seen plummeting to the ground in this video. (WARNING: Bad language.) It happened during a training exercise with NATO members at US Army base Hohenfels, in Germany. The three Humvees were among a number being dropped by parachutes from C-130 Hercules cargo planes. The initial explanation was: only two of the three chutes opened on the first Humvee; a rigging problem claimed the second truck; chutes on the third truck just didn’t open. US soldiers watching the fiasco unfold found it most amusing.

Pin It

Related Posts

Comments are closed.

« »

We are the World

New car gadgets

Industry news

Related posts

Top five cars

Top 10 series

Pull up to my bumper

Tags

Scroll to top
antibiotics to buy online canadareplikapress.com bupropion for sale
In cialis 20 A plavix side effects of stopping May natural viagra Hate http://accutanegeneric-online.com/ Skin. I propecia damn show Hair is propecia generic.
apa format example web reference us history research paper outline template http://fimata.com/fe/how-did-writing-help-unite-china research project scheme http://casapanayotti.com/weixe/example-introduction-research-paper-global-warming science fair research paper example apa format