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Offline MilEME09

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Re: Recovery - current and the future
« Reply #25 on: November 05, 2014, 17:11:42 »
I think part of the issue is as well the storage of our vehicles, lets face it, most military vehicles aren't designed to be stored outside long term through a canadian winter this creates more degradation of parts as they sit in those environments.
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Re: Recovery - current and the future
« Reply #26 on: November 05, 2014, 17:18:58 »
One thing I have learned is that there is always a magical pot of money hidden somewhere in a department. I recently saw a large whack of money appears out of one of these pots to deal with a unexpected wrinkle related to the DND.  Money is rarely the issue as is the allocations of received monies and accounting practices. Much of the Forces problems come from not being able to spend the money it gets or re-allocate it to where it's needed.

But you are correct we are veering mighty from the topic of recovery vehicles and all the bits they need to take with them.