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Articles on the DHS- Project ENDGAME- Office of Detention and Removal Strategic Plan

Articles on the DHS- Project ENDGAME- Office of Detention and Removal Strategic Plan

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Published by: ProphetWatchman on May 05, 2012
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Unusual ‘Transport’ Vehicle Causing SomeConcern
April 26, 2012
ORIGINAL CAPTION
: I got a forwarded email last night from someone, and like the personwho sent them to me, I have NO idea what they are.The only thing I could think of is potentially FEMA movement vehicles. Has anyone seen thesethings before?What are these vehicles? Who uses them?Do you think the government gestapo ready for the round-up “arrest the usual suspects”… very,very interesting!
ADDING THIS:
The person that MAY (I don’t know for certain if he was the originator) havesent the original email asking what type of vehicles they are, put his location as being VirginiaBeach, Virginia.The truck: The Navistar 7000 National defense forces of Iraq, Afghan police and military and Canadian military all use it.Just under 10,000 ordered by the U.S. & Judging The paint scheme on it, it is not going overseas
 
Put this email in the same file with the order of six bazillion hollow points rounds, the FEMAdeterment camps, the prisoner rail cars, and the 1 million body bags and the 1 million plasticcoffins. Nothing strange going on here, huh. NOTHING AT ALL!
HOLLY NOTE:
You can read more about these utility truckshere.
Navistar 7000 series
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia(Redirected from7000-MV) Jump to:navigation,search 
 
Navistar 7000 series
A parked 7000-MV 4½ ton cargo truck
Type
Medium Truck
Place of origin
Service historyIn service
2005–Present
Used by
Canadian Army
 
Afghan National ArmyAfghan National PoliceIraqi Ministry of Defence
Production historyDesigner
Navistar
Manufacturer
SpecificationsLength
21.8 ft (6.6 m)
Width
16.2 ft (4.9 m)
Crew
3
Engine
International DT 530(varies by configurationand national requirements)270 to 330 hp
Operationalrange
400 mi (640 km)-500 mi(800 km)
The
Navistar 7000
series is a line of military heavy lift vehicles based on  Navistar International's
WorkStar
truck chassis, and produced by  Navistar Defense. The truck is available in a variety of  wheel (4×2, 4×4, 6×4, and 6×6) and engine configurations.
In 2005, the US Army ordered 2900 7,000-MV for the Afghan National Armyand Iraqi Ministry of Defense and an additional order of 7,000 was added in 2008.

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