How long does it take for a war to be over? Nearly 70 years after the end of World War II, U.S. tanks are finally leaving Germany. They're not the same tanks that were there in the war. But U.S. tanks have been in Germany continuously since WWII.
Army Sgt. Benjamin Boggess takes us to Bremerhaven, Germany where the last of U.S. combat heavy battle tanks are being packed and ready to ship.
In June of 2014, a representative of oil-by-rail giant Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) attended a meeting with regulators where the American Association of Railroads (AAR) lobbied against any speed limits for oil trains. One of the slides from that presentation – titled “Far Reaching Economic Impacts” (image below) — predicted dire consequences to the American economy if speed limits were put in place.