River crossing with a LAV LAV II General Dynamics new 8x8 amphibious armoured 4 months ago   03:02

U.S Army W.T.F! moments
SSG E-tool and his merry men

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Reggie Smoker
They are not supposed to float
Aaron James
When your ifv is built by EA, shoulda bought the amphibious dlc...
Erik S
This was actually a Marine unit, and the fault was with the LT who was the Vehicle Commander (VC). They had to get pulled out by another Vic after being stranded in the water.
T Money
Good luck explaining this one lol.
Red-3 go figure its the green tank
See what had happened was.....
U.S Army W.T.F! moments

The guy in the video is wearing Desert variant of Marpat.
Brian Dang
1:04 guy with aviator glasses is like "What the fuck? I was trying to lit this blunt up, now you got it all wet!"
Old, bald fat man
Wish there was a video of them not only recovering the vehicle, but the MAJOR ass chewing they got from their 1st Sgt.
good thing we spend money on awesome shit like this instead of stupid universal healthcare
Our military is a huge waste of money.
Trip G
to much weight on that lav its over loaded plus when it starts to flood the reaction should have been to close all the hatches while you are outside of the tank so that water will have no more room do to air pressure
They must have gotten their asses handed to them afterwards
Climbing Geek
Great (stupid) US army forces.
So what was the cause and what was the cost to repair and what became of the crew
You wonder why Gunny drinks so much.. This will be a good story at the E Club in a view months.
Franck Orff
I guess the driver always wanted to join the navy as a submariner but had to make do with the army.
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LAV II General Dynamics new 8x8 amphibious armoured River crossing with a LAV 4 months ago   02:35

In May 2015, General Dynamics Land Systems Canada has delivered the two first LAV-II "Cayman" 8x8 armored vehicles of the 32 ordered in mid-2014 by the Peruvian Armed Forces. The LAV II is a fully amphibious 8x8 armoured which will increase the capacity of the Naval Infantry of Peru.
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