Soldiers Chased Out Of Stryker Vehicle By Uninvited Guest

Published 1 years ago

Stryker soldiers of the 4th Infantry Division are conducting preventative checks and maintenance (PMCS) on their vehicle when they are shocked to discover an unwelcome squatter, an American Trash Panda, also called a raccoon.


Although the animal appears to be a juvenile, coons are known for being viciously violent when cornered, so the soldiers rapidly displace, and the mangy-looking critter scampers off to find more suitable housing.


The soldiers likely left the vehicle unsecured, with hatches open and unlocked, which is a great way to get your vehicle's basic issue items "acquired" another vehicle crew. Let's hope the raccoon incident instills the importance of vehicle security upon the troops.

Published 1 years ago

Stryker soldiers of the 4th Infantry Division are conducting preventative checks and maintenance (PMCS) on their vehicle when they are shocked to discover an unwelcome squatter, an American Trash Panda, also called a raccoon.


Although the animal appears to be a juvenile, coons are known for being viciously violent when cornered, so the soldiers rapidly displace, and the mangy-looking critter scampers off to find more suitable housing.


The soldiers likely left the vehicle unsecured, with hatches open and unlocked, which is a great way to get your vehicle's basic issue items "acquired" another vehicle crew. Let's hope the raccoon incident instills the importance of vehicle security upon the troops.

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