as far as the Russian vehicles, they are being sold as scrap to Alters. here is a snippet from the debunk.
Fred Koval, a retired Air Force colonel from Biloxi, met Egyptian businessman Charles Chawafaty while the two were in a Saudi Arabian jail in the 1980s.
Koval had been working for a contractor in Saudi Arabia, teaching electronics.
He had become friends with a New Orleans businessman who had a conflict with a Saudi company. He said the Saudis often jailed foreigners until business disputes were settled, so he helped the man flee the country.
So the Saudis jailed Koval. Chawafaty was also jailed over a business dispute. After the U.S. Embassy secured Koval's release, he returned to Biloxi and, over the next five years, worked to get Chawafaty released.
Chawafaty "came here to Biloxi to visit me after that," Koval once told the Sun Herald. "We got involved in a couple of business things. We tried one time to sell Egyptian paper, papyrus. . . . One day [Chawafaty] called and told me he was shipping all this equipment to Gulfport, and that I had to find some land to put it on."
The two men created a partnership, Airmar Resources. Chawafaty in 1993 had bought 1,000 Soviet-bloc military trucks, most of them water tankers, for $1.4 million at an auction in Berlin.
airmar is their company name.
I don't trust the government either but lets dig deeper