Newsweek investigates why rebel groups always seem to be driving Toyota pickups
Newsweek even says that U.S. Special Forces has been known to make use of a Hilux or two on occasion in favor of the heavier, more cumbersome and more expensive Humvee. In most war zones, the Toyota has become the modern equivalent of light cavalry – delivering both weapons and troops over rough terrain in quick order. Throw in the fact that a .50 caliber weapon can be mounted in the bed, and the truck's versatility grows by leaps and bounds.
Head over to Newsweek to read the very interesting full article for yourself. Thanks for the tips, everyone!
[Source: Newsweek | Image: Mustafa Abdi/AFP/Getty]
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