A U.S. MRAP drives in Kabul, Afghanistan in December 2013. The U.S. military is selling many of the vehicles as scrap because of the cost of moving them back to the States.
A U.S. MRAP drives in Kabul, Afghanistan in December 2013. The U.S. military is selling many of the vehicles as scrap because of the cost of moving them back to the States. MCT
A U.S. MRAP drives in Kabul, Afghanistan in December 2013. The U.S. military is selling many of the vehicles as scrap because of the cost of moving them back to the States. MCT

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