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Home Button   The Army Adventure Trailer (AAT) is one of the MSBs premier recruiting tools. Designed to draw public attention, the AAT is a 28-foot-long fifth-wheel trailer pulled by a commercial dual rear-wheel-driven pickup truck, both of which are adorned with “eyecatching” Army graphics   Army Adventure Trailer    
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Members of the general public can test their own skills by shooting at targets using specially modified rifles and pistols. There are 40 different scenarios available along with the Americas Army programs. Visitors can also compete to take bragging rights as the best boxer (virtually that is) with the X-Box Kinect system..

   
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The AAT can accomodate two shooters at one time and the scenarios run approximately 30-60 seconds.The AAT is self-contained carrying it's own power source. It can be set up inside or out depending on space. Expand the use of the AAT by creating an "Army Adventure" with the pull-up bar, push-up platform, and leadership tasks.. It is recommended that this exhibit not be used at schools that have a history of gun violence or assault.

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Set-up areas: 25’wide X 50’ long

9’ wide X 44’ long and 8’6” high when mobile.

A minimum requirement of 2 recruiters are needed to provide support for assistance

   
             

 

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Last modified: 25 June 2013