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M984A4 wreckers and some M984A2 wreckers come with multiple use adapters (MUAs).
The FSC's final mission required the wreckers to remove a flatrack from underneath a very large civilian generator that was powering a dozen different buildings.
When a ship was wrecked, the wreckers would club survivors to death and even bite off their ears to take earrings.
Taking the sea; perilous waters, sunken ships, and the true story of the legendary wrecker captains.
The armored kits have been geared for use on all variants of the MTVRs: tractors, wreckers, dump trucks and cargo trucks.
The wreckers have taken to ripping maintenance doors from street lamps and taking a hammer to electrical panels inside.
This shouldn't be taken as an indication that the morals of society as a whole are sinking further, since in bygone days wreckers would deliberately cause vessels to run aground, invariably with loss of life, by using lanterns to thwart navigation.
Ten-gallon hits were delivered by Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney, Strait, Rascal Flatts, Oklahoma cowgirl and '05 ``American Idol'' winner Carrie Underwood, Josh Turner, Trace Adkins, Big & Rich, Tim McGraw (who also recently starred in Hollywood's big-screen remake of ``Flicka''), Dixie Chicks, Toby Keith, Cash, the Wreckers -- and Gill, whose ambitious four-CD box of new songs, ``These Days,'' debuted at No.
Lawrence, the author of The Wreckers, Lord of the Nutcracker Men, and other novels for YAs, writes evocatively and movingly about Kak's experiences.
Barbara Ehrenreich argues that it is not feminists who ruin schools, families, and society in general but, rather, inadequate wages and long work hours ("Corporate Home Wreckers," March issue).
Beautifully written and highly informative, it corrects many delusions and prejudices as well as showing us how deep-seated is the lust for plunder ( for that, after all, is what most wrecks and wreckers were about.