Moderator: Kurt Lesser
Bob Shaw wrote:Yes, DoL has the capability ,and does so every day.Red River Army Depot does as well.I would be willing to bet they end up here or there.If here that is just a bit more job security for me.
Bob Shaw wrote:That seems odd. We rebuild them up here at Fort Hood all the time.I know I see trucks headed to Red River Army Depot loaded with the all the time for refit and rebuild.
unclesamsurplus wrote:I've been to Red River and seen the hmmwv's being rebuilt. There were hundreds of trucks in the junkyard in every configuration. However the rebuilding is done mostly by civilians and I'm sure private contractors are overcharging the govt. I recantly read an article about the future of the program decided by genius's in washington. The article is dated January 2012. see here...
Vehicles must be demilitarized on-site;
The buyer must be able to process 10 to 15 vehicles per day from the combined sales,
Hell On Wheels wrote:Update, say good by folks, lets band togther and bid.
http://www.govliquidation.com/auction/v ... vertTo=USD
This is a term contract for 10,000,000 lbs. (5000 Tons) of Aluminum HMMV s Armored and Unarmored Wheeled Vehicles. These vehicles are located at Red River Army Depot. The Term Contract will be based on advertised weight of vehicles and not by length of time. ABSOLUTELY NO PARTS REMOVAL AUTHORIZED!! These vehicles are Demil C; an approved End-Use-Certificate (EUC) will be required before any vehicle removal can occur. Vehicles must be demilitarized on-site;