The witness took on camera transporting a nuclear bomb in the truck, under the convoy of several military vehicles in Montana in the United States. With all of this right at the moment of shooting 1 out of escort miscalculated the distance and literally rammed a car with nuclear weapons.
The U.S. military is glorified not only by participating in armed conflicts worldwide, but also due to the fact there is often confusion, even with the participation of equipment are recorded on camera. Another case occurred in Montana in the United States.
A mysterious truck, which, according to our information, was used to transport nuclear bombs, were being escorted by a convoy of military armored vehicles, reports Russia Today. One of them miscalculated the distance and literally rammed the traffic ahead of you. All it took from the cabin of your car accidental witness, and the video soon appeared online.
Also, the convoy was escorted by several helicopters. In addition, the police cleared the way for the smooth movement of transport. But it turns out that the main danger for a truck with a nuclear warhead coming from the convoy. After the collision, the car continued movement, as if nothing had happened.
This conflict is not the 1st mistake of the U.S. military, which became available to the public. So, the Internet has got a record of divisions of Marines of Portugal and the United States during a drill could not cope with the sand and failed landing on the shore.
Judging by the indecisive actions of the military, to be in a similar situation they did not expect. "Tactical" kicks the tires and shocks on sawashima in the sand the car to rescue him from a makeshift captivity has not helped. The command of the United States, however, announced that the Marines "very good" at the exercises.
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