The BMO Truck, a 6,000-kilogram (13,000lb) truck designed for the military, will be used to lift heavy loads from the battlefield to the base of operations in Afghanistan.

The truck is part of the BMO Global Military Operations platform, which aims to build a more flexible, resilient and resilient force for future wars.

The BMO truck is a 6-wheel drive truck that has six wheel wells that can be driven by human operators.

It has a front end that can handle loads up to 10 tonnes (16,000kg) while the rear end can handle up to 8 tonnes (13.5kg).

The military has been using this truck for years to support infantry and other units in operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Its ability to move heavy loads over rough terrain and rugged terrain is an important feature that will allow the BMDs to deploy in far-flung locations that could not be reached by previous versions of the military truck.

The military will use the truck to support the U.S. Army’s mission in Afghanistan and other international forces in the region.

The Canadian military has also built two other trucks for the Canadian Forces that can move heavier loads, called the Joint Force Heavy Lift.

BMO trucks have been used in Afghanistan for decades, but these two are the first to be developed by the military to support operations in remote areas, where the BMP is also not as effective as on land.

These new trucks are part of a broader strategy to modernize the BMG platform and bring it into the 21st century.

“These are the next generation of military vehicles that will make the BMBs more effective in the future,” said Brig.-Gen. James Scott, chief of the Canadian Army’s Joint Support Staff.

The BMP was introduced in the early 1970s by the United States Army, and the first of these trucks rolled off the production line in 1979.

It has been used by troops on more than 5,000 battlefields and has been involved in operations for decades.

During the U-turn in Afghanistan, the U .

S. military decided to switch to a more modern version of the vehicle, called an MT-LB, which it is now producing.

This means the U S. military will now build its own BMP to support its operations in the country, while also using existing MT-BPs that it has in the field.

Since then, the Canadian military is working on a number of new technologies to improve the BMM’s capabilities.

One such initiative is the addition of an autonomous power unit that can provide an additional 30-minute range and lower fuel consumption in the case of a power failure.

Another initiative is to increase the range of the truck.

This is an effort that is expected to cost about $1 billion.

All of these innovations are part in the plan to modernise the BMA system, and will help the BMLS to achieve the mission of ensuring the security of its forces in Afghanistan when the war in the Middle East ends in the spring of 2020.

By the end of 2019, the BMTS will have a fleet of 5,500 trucks that will support operations across the country.

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