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A U.S. Army Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (M984 A4 recovery vehicle) provides security during a stop on a convoy in Wanake Valley, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, Sep. 3, 2011. The convoy was part of an operation in which Soldiers of Combined Task Force Viper conducted a search-and-seizure to locate members of the Taliban in Wanake Valley. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Kristina Truluck/Released)
A very recent purchase by the United Arab Emirates, the Jobaria Defense System Multiple Cradle Launcher System. Armed with 240 tubes of and this mobile artillery system does the job of 6 older rocket artillery vehicles. A support vehicle is a
USAF CCT (pretty much a field air traffic controller) attached to an unknown Special Operations unit in Afghanistan, He is carrying the new Socom Combat Assault Rifle (SCAR) the "light" version in and wearing an unusual camo pattern uniform made by Crye.
This is the most Zombie-Proof vehicle I've ever seen! A specially adapted Mastiff 2 vehicle which comprises part of the newly announced Talisman suite of vehicles designed for operations in Afghanistan.