Military vehicles that were once used in combat now serve a different purpose for local law enforcement. The High Springs (FL) Police Department plans to use military defense equipment weighing 43-thousand pounds, built with bullet-proof glass, and the ability to run through four feet of water are just a few things that make this vehicle stand out from the typical police ride.
The Department of Defense offers vehicles like this to law enforcement organizations as part of its surplus program.
Read more at http://www.mygtn.tv/story/24116108/military-vehicles.
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