Dallas County Now Has Its Very Own Bulletproof, "Mine-Protected" Military SUVDallas Observer
Sep. 30, 2013
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Now that the war in Iraq is officially over and the one in Afghanistan winding down, the Department of Defense found itself facing a conundrum. It had just spent billions of dollars buying heavily armored personnel carriers designed to stand up to insurgent attacks only to find that it had run out of wars to use them in.