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Military movement in West Texas

 
Informed1 (OP)

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towards Colorado?
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In that direction, yes.
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I filmed this yesterday afternoon around 4pm central time. This equipment was located just south of Lubbock, TX on Hwy 84 and was moving north. For those that say it's being moved overseas; they would be moving south towards the ports in Houston or Corpus Christi, not north into America's heartland.

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Great job OP
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Thanks!
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It's for the border OP
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Bowel movement in West Texas.
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*YAWN* why is it every time a train moves with Military hardware on it its moving to kill Americans? Oh thats right.. Fear mongering halfwits.. check
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I didn't say it was to kill Americans. Just found it odd that desert camo equipment that is usually sent to the Middle East, was moving away from the ports on the Texas coast. No reason for that equipment to be moving to the interior of the US. Reporting on things out of the ordinary is not fear mongering it's due diligence.
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could it be hardware coming back from the middle east?? just saying.
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summer training at Fort Hood ?
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This equipment was located 300 miles from Ft Hood and was moving away from Ft Hood.
 Quoting: Informed1


3rd ID Division patch on equipment
Fort Stewart, GA
[link to www.stewart.army.mil]

 Quoting: Juggalo


If you look at this site, they are moving equipment to Kansas.

Mystery solved.
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It's for the border OP
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It was moving away from the border...
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Thanks for the pin!
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Now we look like Ukraine
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Probably out of bliss headed to n.t.c. Ft. Erwin Mohave desert. The track curves up by rt.66
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Whether you like the current U.S. or not i find it odd how everyone wants to report military movement to the whole world on a real time basis. >.>
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I'll only freak out if more gov stuff keeps moving towards the center of country.we got the Denver airport,a new CDC in Kansas,and now equipment.
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Probably out of bliss headed to n.t.c. Ft. Erwin Mohave desert. The track curves up by rt.66
 Quoting: Secret squirrel 57250797


My first thought.

Who misses NTC ?

I DO !!!!

Anyway, they are headed to Kansas.
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if it were shipping out it would be heading south
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Okay, all the people saying if it was to be shipped out, the rail cars could be heading south to Texas ports. Well there are major ports all up and down the west Coast, like L.A. and San Diego. If this equipment was going to the Pacific, they would not ship out from Texas ports. Then again, this is just normal movement, and no FEMA caps are going to open up next week. Just because people flip out over seeing military equipment on rail cars. The military is not going to load up C-17s to move mass heavy equipment within the states. For non emergency/catastrophe reasons. It's too expensive. Odds are most of that equipment is "mothballed" anyways.

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Re: Military movement in West Texas
I filmed this yesterday afternoon around 4pm central time. This equipment was located just south of Lubbock, TX on Hwy 84 and was moving north. For those that say it's being moved overseas; they would be moving south towards the ports in Houston or Corpus Christi, not north into America's heartland.

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 Quoting: Informed1


That might well be the same train I filmed yesterday in Biloxi:

Thread: Large Military Convoy - Biloxi, MS 7-20-2014

Don't worry, fifteen GLPers will be along shortly to tell you it's nothing.
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summer training at Fort Hood ?
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This equipment was located 300 miles from Ft Hood and was moving away from Ft Hood.
 Quoting: Informed1


Op a lot of skeptical people about this type of thing. More hyperbole than anything else.
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Re: Military movement in West Texas
I filmed this yesterday afternoon around 4pm central time. This equipment was located just south of Lubbock, TX on Hwy 84 and was moving north. For those that say it's being moved overseas; they would be moving south towards the ports in Houston or Corpus Christi, not north into America's heartland.

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Informed1


That might well be the same train I filmed yesterday in Biloxi:

Thread: Large Military Convoy - Biloxi, MS 7-20-2014

Don't worry, fifteen GLPers will be along shortly to tell you it's nothing.
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Haha, trust me, a few already have!
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*YAWN* why is it every time a train moves with Military hardware on it its moving to kill Americans? Oh thats right.. Fear mongering halfwits.. check
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You're the halfwit because nothing in the thread title indicated military vehicles on the move to kill Americans or anything of the sort. Just made mention that a lot of military equipment was moving north away from any known military bases in Texas. There are no Army or Air force bases in north west Texas and the OP just is asking why so much military equipment including Abrams takes moving north west towards Lubbock Texas.

But lets look at American history shall we? If you think the US Govt would not militarily attack it's own citizenry then I guess you never have picked up a US history book and read it any length of time.
Not saying this time that a lot of US military personnel would go along with orders if given but the fact enough of them will. Kind of like the Civil War when the US Govt was split in half and we had Americans fighting Americans and guess what buddy? over 500,000 Americans were killed in the American Civil War and it was US Union troops pillaging and burning whole cities which these days would be regarded at war crimes.

So I think you have this crazy notion that a civil war scenario of Americans fighting Americans in a full blown war would never happen. Which means you are basically a very ignorant human being!
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*YAWN* why is it every time a train moves with Military hardware on it its moving to kill Americans? Oh thats right.. Fear mongering halfwits.. check
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 60418320


I didn't say it was to kill Americans. Just found it odd that desert camo equipment that is usually sent to the Middle East, was moving away from the ports on the Texas coast. No reason for that equipment to be moving to the interior of the US. Reporting on things out of the ordinary is not fear mongering it's due diligence.
 Quoting: Informed1


could it be hardware coming back from the middle east?? just saying.
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Doubt it because moving north on US-84 in Texas there are no known military bases of any kind, Texas has 7 army and air force bases and none located in the Lubbock area or even north in the Amarillo, Texas area. Closest military of any kind near US84 in Texas is south on Interstate-20 near Abilene, Texas.

US military bases locations in Texas:

[link to militarybases.com]
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*YAWN* why is it every time a train moves with Military hardware on it its moving to kill Americans? Oh thats right.. Fear mongering halfwits.. check
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 60418320


I didn't say it was to kill Americans. Just found it odd that desert camo equipment that is usually sent to the Middle East, was moving away from the ports on the Texas coast. No reason for that equipment to be moving to the interior of the US. Reporting on things out of the ordinary is not fear mongering it's due diligence.
 Quoting: Informed1


could it be hardware coming back from the middle east?? just saying.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 60543856


Doubt it because moving north on US-84 in Texas there are no known military bases of any kind, Texas has 7 army and air force bases and none located in the Lubbock area or even north in the Amarillo, Texas area. Closest military of any kind near US84 in Texas is south on Interstate-20 near Abilene, Texas.

US military bases locations in Texas:

[link to militarybases.com]
 Quoting: Robert50 44698070


Okay. We get what you are sharing. But there are other bases in other states. Just a quiescence that most of America is nothing of Texas? One has to think larger then just one region.
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*YAWN* why is it every time a train moves with Military hardware on it its moving to kill Americans? Oh thats right.. Fear mongering halfwits.. check
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I didn't say it was to kill Americans. Just found it odd that desert camo equipment that is usually sent to the Middle East, was moving away from the ports on the Texas coast. No reason for that equipment to be moving to the interior of the US. Reporting on things out of the ordinary is not fear mongering it's due diligence.
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*YAWN* why is it every time a train moves with Military hardware on it its moving to kill Americans? Oh thats right.. Fear mongering halfwits.. check
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 60418320


I didn't say it was to kill Americans. Just found it odd that desert camo equipment that is usually sent to the Middle East, was moving away from the ports on the Texas coast. No reason for that equipment to be moving to the interior of the US. Reporting on things out of the ordinary is not fear mongering it's due diligence.
 Quoting: Informed1


Oh, sure there is a good reason to move them! Repaint and refurbish. Black for DHS and Woodland camouflage for the Military.

It takes a long time to move equipment back to the states from over seas. They'll blow the budget to get them to a war zone quickly, but use the cheapest and slowest means to get them home.
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Not sure where the Army Depot is where they do this.

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*YAWN* why is it every time a train moves with Military hardware on it its moving to kill Americans? Oh thats right.. Fear mongering halfwits.. check
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 60418320


I didn't say it was to kill Americans. Just found it odd that desert camo equipment that is usually sent to the Middle East, was moving away from the ports on the Texas coast. No reason for that equipment to be moving to the interior of the US. Reporting on things out of the ordinary is not fear mongering it's due diligence.
 Quoting: Informed1


Oh, sure there is a good reason to move them! Repaint and refurbish. Black for DHS and Woodland camouflage for the Military.

It takes a long time to move equipment back to the states from over seas. They'll blow the budget to get them to a war zone quickly, but use the cheapest and slowest means to get them home.
 Quoting: Rabid Wolf


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Not sure where the Army Depot is where they do this.

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I just cant see shipping for paint.
Wouldnt they do that locally ?
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maybe it is headed for Ft Sill in OK? Lawton OK has taken in lots of the illegals.
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I didn't say it was to kill Americans. Just found it odd that desert camo equipment that is usually sent to the Middle East, was moving away from the ports on the Texas coast. No reason for that equipment to be moving to the interior of the US. Reporting on things out of the ordinary is not fear mongering it's due diligence.
 Quoting: Informed1


Oh, sure there is a good reason to move them! Repaint and refurbish. Black for DHS and Woodland camouflage for the Military.

It takes a long time to move equipment back to the states from over seas. They'll blow the budget to get them to a war zone quickly, but use the cheapest and slowest means to get them home.
 Quoting: Rabid Wolf


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Not sure where the Army Depot is where they do this.

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 Quoting: . 17909218


I just cant see shipping for paint.
Wouldnt they do that locally ?
 Quoting: RememberThis


If they're to be deployed here? Paint won't matter.

If they are to be used as surplus and sold to local PD's? They'll be painted by the locals. Black obviously.

Until yesterday I figured it was nothing, then I saw a train that was damn near 2 miles long as reported in my thread.

Something is up and it's not some NG training op.
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Such a variety of equipment.
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Such a variety of equipment.
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Freedom Spreading Equipment? If used over seas.
or
Freedom Oppression Equipment? If used here.
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Re: Military movement in West Texas
I filmed this yesterday afternoon around 4pm central time. This equipment was located just south of Lubbock, TX on Hwy 84 and was moving north. For those that say it's being moved overseas; they would be moving south towards the ports in Houston or Corpus Christi, not north into America's heartland.

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That might well be the same train I filmed yesterday in Biloxi:

Thread: Large Military Convoy - Biloxi, MS 7-20-2014

Don't worry, fifteen GLPers will be along shortly to tell you it's nothing.
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