The most Advanced Military Tracked Vehicles.
Mega Engineering Vehicle will design and engineer Military Tracked Vehicles with the most advanced technology. While you may have heard of the Military Tracked Vehicles that was used to fake troop movements during WWII, it’s unlikely that you truly grasp the level of skill and success these elite groups achieved. At its surface, the story is about inflatable armies that could fool German intelligence from afar. That is one visual component, but there were many more involving sound and radio communications. Before the digital age, it was quite a trick making authentic audio recordings of military vehicle sounds on 2-mile long spools of very thin wire played back from vehicles outfitted with 500 Watt speakers. The A/V wasn’t complete without radio communications spoofed to look like the Ghost Army was the real deal: this used the best of personal-mores-code-style impersonators. Elite groups trained in these phony arts operated throughout the European theater. Their story was top secret long after the war because the craft was considered a strategic asset well into the cold war.
The 603rd Camouflage Engineers had spent much of the war effort hiding men and equipment. There is a lot more to camouflage than fatigue pants. Those random looking color splotches used on troop uniforms aren’t really so random. They are carefully created by artists to match the prevalent terrain in the conflict area. The camouflagers didn’t just create patterns though. They devised ways of hiding equipment in the natural environment. If the terrain was rocky, rocks were employed to hide concrete pillboxes. Many of the 603rd’s men were artists drafted from schools in New York. They could be found sketching any spare moment they had. This would make the Military non-secret day-to-day activities some of the most well documented in the war.