Military Deploys Chemical, Biological, Nuclear & High Yield Explosive Response Vehicles to St. Louis
The Missouri National Guard deployed to the St. Louis region on Tuesday, one day after Governor Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency.
CERFP Enhanced Response Force Package assets were spotted in Chesterfield in West County. The vehicles are used for CBRNE events: chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high yield explosive events.
The Missouri Guard owns several of these vehicles and thats what they chose to call up for the State of Emergency. About ten states own these vehicles, Missouri being one of them. The ten states correspond to the 10 FEMA regions. The program was funded by the Feds.
Hopefully, they will not actually need these vehicles.
Army plates…. In uniform wearing flight suits…. Has the mobile electronic observation towers pic.twitter.com/vTKQEeYsED
— Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) November 18, 2014