Due to continuously icy conditions, tracked vehicles like the Norwegian BV-206 offer an enormous advantage over wheeled vehicles for maintaining positive vehicle control on Norwegian roads. Marines pa
Due to continuously icy conditions, tracked vehicles like the Norwegian BV-206 offer an enormous advantage over wheeled vehicles for maintaining positive vehicle control on Norwegian roads. Marines participating in exercise Battle Griffin 2005 participate in a training program to learn how to drive on ice and snow. (Marine photo by Cpl. Enrique Saenz)
Due to continuously icy conditions, tracked vehicles like the Norwegian BV-206 offer an enormous advantage over wheeled vehicles for maintaining positive vehicle control on Norwegian roads. Marines participating in exercise Battle Griffin 2005 participate in a training program to learn how to drive on ice and snow. (Marine  photo by Cpl. Enrique Saenz)
Due to continuously icy conditions, tracked vehicles like the Norwegian BV-206 offer an enormous advantage over wheeled vehicles for maintaining positive vehicle control on Norwegian roads. Marines participating in exercise Battle Griffin 2005 participate in a training program to learn how to drive on ice and snow. (Marine photo by Cpl. Enrique Saenz)
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