Military Can’t Figure Out What The Hell To Do…

Camp Arifjan, Kuwait - Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta recently paid a visit to Kuwait to view the large stock of Mine Resistance Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles leftover from the drawdown in Iraq. The Department of Defense purchased over 200,000 MRAPs in response to the threat of roadside bombs during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn. While they significantly reduced the amount of deaths and injuries sustained by service members, the MRAPs now pose a new problem - what the hell is the DoD going to do with them?

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