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Remarks: Sunset has just occured about 5 minutes ago. The light is fading fast. Really wanted to capture some photos of this train but settled for video instead due to low light. Some heavy firepower on this westbound KCS military train from Ft. Polk LA to hand off to the BNSF at Alliance yard in Haslet TX. This train will continue on to Ft. Hood in Killeen TX.
Undoubetly one of the best military train videos I have seen, great work David. I would surmise that these vehicles were part of a training rotation at FT Polk (Joint Training Readiness Center), returning to home station. Just a guess, tho. Too bad the bad guys cant see this, might help them with thier fight or flee decision. Again, great work.
Posted by JEBNBB on November 13, 2008
Thanks for a great video, David! Makes me even prouder of our armed forces. Equipment has sure changed for the better since the Korean War and your camera work is second to none.
If I were the Taliban and saw this video, I would surrender. One of the best military train videos I have seen.
Posted by Jerry on June 5, 2010
That had to be one of the longest military trains I have every seen. I was almost everything except the kitchen sink and more than likely that was in the containers or trailers. Great video. Also I was surprised there was no caboose on the end as I have seen on some military trains.
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