Stryker rolloversClick on the thumbnail picture to enlarge
This shows the rear door within the rear ramp. Notice how rucksacks cover where MILES receivers are so laser beams cannot hit the lav3stryker during war games. Other MILES cheating is how the entire underside area wheel wells lack any MILES receivers, especially the fragile 8 rubber tires.
You can MILES cheat to fool gullible humans in peacetime, but you cannot pretend against mother nature. This picture of the TOW ATGM variant shows an entire wheel missing from the fragile lav3stryker, knocked off from rough NTC field use. Note the left fuel tank by the space where the wheel is missing----an RPG explosion here will ignite several dozen gallons of fuel, setting the 4 rubber tires on this side on fire.
The tow Stryker has 20 GALLONS OF FUEL ON LEFT AND RIGHT SIDE IN PLASTIC JUGS!!!!!!
This pic shows the top-heavy lav3stryker turned on its side at night on relatively flat desert terrain. The question is if lav3strykers turn over this easily, are they even safe? Will mere ruts and depressions cause fatal turn-overs?
Close-up reveals lots of U.S. Army gear: MRE ration cases, rucksacks etc. if the lav3stryker is so "roomy" why is all this strapped to outside top? Why is there a smoke generator pot? Where is the engine smoke generator?
Inside you can see at the open hatches how thin (14mm) the lav3stryker's skin is. The lav3stryker is barely 7.62mm bullet protective NOT 14.5mm heavy machine gun bullet protective as the Army's liars have falsely proclaimed under the Shinseki regime, thankfully now over. Maybe they got confused with the vehicle's thin-ness (14mm) with what size bullets can be stopped?