Preparations for war in Europe - UK sends tanks to France

Preparations for war in Europe - UK sends tanks to France
Tanks have been sent through the Channel Tunnel from the UK to France in a secret midnight training operation to prepare for war in Europe, claims Russian RT.

Five vehicles in total were loaded onto trains, sent through, and then returned to the UK overnight on Wednesday.

Five different types of vehicle were sent in order to ensure that a range of armor could be transported.

A Warrior armored fighting vehicle, a recovery variant of the Warrior, a Challenger 2 main battle tank (MBT), a recovery Challenger, and a reconnaissance vehicle were loaded onto a train at the military’s railhead in Wiltshire for the test journey.

The Ministry of Defense (MoD) tweeted a picture of a Challenger being strapped down at around midnight on Wednesday.

It is expected that rail will be the primary means that UK armor will be relocated to Germany in the event of NATO’s rapid reaction force being deployed for combat.

The enemy, however, mysteriously has not yet been determined or properly identified, except that they are mentally disturbed lone wolves or Russian hackers.

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