Uploaded to YouTube on Sept. 26, 2012, the video below is of an unending line of green-colored armored fighting vehicles (Strykers?) being transported on a train nearly 1.5 miles long. Some of the vehicles have mobile artillery on top; some bear the Red Cross insignia. The video was shot in Eugene, Oregon, and captured only half of the train.
Here’s the armored fighting vehicle M1126 Stryker:
Here’s another video uploaded to YouTube on Sept. 22, 2012, of more armored vehicles on a train. The person who took the video doesn’t say where s/he took it, just that s/he saw the train “as class was ending one day.”
H/t Before It’s News
I found another video, taken in Santa Cruz in January 2012, of more than 100 armored vehicles being transported on a train:
Unlike the alarmist Before It’s News, I have no idea what to make of these videos. Is there a perfectly innocent explanation for this? I’d appreciate FOTM readers who are active or former military to enlighten me.
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