This truck was being backed off of a trailer when the driver got a little too close to the sewage pond and slid in. it took aboom off of a Hemmet wrecker and a frontend loader to pull it out.
Staff SGT. keith Forsman via 4wheeloffroad.com
While deployed in Haiti we had a chance encounter with a mud hole that swallowed our 15-ton water truck that was loaded with 3,000 gallons of water. talk about waterlogged.
Gerald Vachon via 4wheeloffroad.com
Stuck Down Under
This happened on a recent training op in Australia. After we got the Humvee stuck, we went for the 7-ton and then sank it as well!
Lance CPL. Michael Leapley via 4wheeloffroad.com
I was turning around a 5-ton to help a fuel truck that had gotten stuck in the sand when all of a sudden i sank. i guess the survey team forgot to mention that the ground in Papua, new guinea, would be so soft.
Name Withheld via 4wheeloffroad.com
This is what happens when a 2-ton truck finds a soft spot in iraq.
Jim Captain via 4wheeloffroad.com
Thankfully the iraq rainy season only lasts two months. Staff SGT.
Chris Hjelm via 4wheeloffroad.com
Although there was nobody around to 'fess up to the incident, we think somebody went for the corner a little too soon.
SPC. Joseph Darling, via 4wheeloffroad.com
After a heavy rain flooded our base here in tikrit, iraq, we decided to bring a little fun back into our extremely boring lives. these lmtvs are supposed to be mud boggers, but i guess not. it took us over an hour of breaking chains, digging, and laughing to get this big bugger out.
SRA Cory s. Olson via 4wheeloffroad.com