Equipment cage, eh? More on this at the end.
Let's add the following pieces, (not an all inclusive list) and a bigger picture starts to emerge.
Army Regulation 210–35: Civilian Inmate Labor Program
Army Regulation 190–8, OPNAVINST 3461.6, AFJI 31-304, MCO 3461.1: Enemy Prisoners of War, Retained Personnel, Civilian Internees and Other Detainees
The Patriot Act
KBR Document Hints to FEMA Camps Coming Soon
DHS won't explain its order of 450 million hollow point bullets
The US Army Now Offers A Prison Guard Specialty Securing 'Civilian Detainees'
The NDAA Bill is signed
H.R. 347 Bill passes
9) National Defense Resources Preparedness Executive Order
10) Executive Order: Feds To Take Control of Domestic Natural Gas Production
Now let's revisit the Navistar Defense 7000-MV 9 Man Cab:
|Ideal for transporting crew and equipment|
|Features an auger with security screen|
|50-degree wheel cut for a tighter turning radius|
A vet and fellow Threeper and Oathkeeper tells me they look like 'round-up cages.'
Considering all the information presented above, what would be your logical conclusion?
A way to transport 'detainees' from a civil disturbance?
I don't know. Perhaps a little bit of paranoia is creeping in? Perhaps not?
Thanks to JSC for providing the pics.