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8.30.2011

That's Going To Cost More Than Fixing The Family Sedan


National Guard troops responding on Sunday to the flooding caused by Tropical Storm Irene in New Jersey apparently had to get rescued when the water they were driving through became too much for their vehicles.

A video shows the trucks easily driving through the floodwater, but moments later, the troops are forced to evacuate to the top of their trucks to wait for rescuers. (More)




13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tropical Storm Irene? No such storm, the winds were not high enough. Maybe Tropical Depression Irene. The highest sustained winds at Atlantic City, NJ were briefly 36 mph:

http://www.weather.gov/data/obhistory/KACY.html

That ain't no hurricane and it ain't no tropical storm. Stop the hype.

God Invented Tacos said...

I don't know how many times I've told the military to stop buying equipment made in Mexico.

Holyishous Taco! My Made in Mexico invisible dog on a leash broke the same freaking day I bought it!

CT said...

the video is restricted....

Anonymous said...

Help! The National Guard needs the National Guard!

Anonymous said...

Were they driving a liberal weenie congressman to his house to get 90 thousand dollars of bribe money out of his freezer?

Anonymous said...

That what happens when you send the wrong branch of the military. This should have been the NAVY, water, duh, stupid chits.

Anonymous said...

I agree with the guy taking the video. Are they really that stupid? Geez what a waste of money...

Anonymous said...

Back in the days of the Jolly Green Jungle, National Guard were f--- ups. Looks like they still are.

Anonymous said...

Come with me if you want to live.

Anonymous said...

Don't swim and drive!!!

Anonymous said...

Its the National Guard..if u can breathe u can get in the Guard

Anonymous said...

Must be Marines

Denney Crane said...

I feel safer about the security of this great country knowing the National Guard is one of the first responders!