Welcome back to the our channel for a discussion about how heavy vehicles like the Humvee get delivered to troops from the air. One thing that wasn't mentioned is when hooking up loads to the helicopter, the ground personnel have a hook that they use as a electric grounding wire. The blades rotate so fast they create static electricity thus the need for the grounding hook. The LAVGs were originally designed and built by General Motors Canada in London, Ontario, Canada. When General Motors had their big sell off the LAV plant was bought by General Dynamics, the LAVs are still built in London, Ontario and because General Dynamics is an American company all foreign sales have to go through the United States Congress with agreement by the Canadian government. It would be great if they showed the whole process. Give the Army Riggers a shout out. They are the ones doing the majority of the work getting these vehicles rigged for a heavy drop. They are also the one's reponsible when something goes wrong.