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Montana Cows and a Military Convoy (video)

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Only in Montana can you have a cattle drive and a nuclear missle convoy taking up the highway. Everyone that has shared and to all the new viewers. This is very routine around Great Falls. I thought it to be to much to try to explain with out video to my boss why I was running late. Also quite humorous. Stop with the conspiracy theories. Also much respect to all of the men and women who have served and are serving this great country.

Posted by Shawn Larson on Wednesday, November 4, 2015
GREAT FALLS -

Shawn Larson shared this video on the KRTV Facebook page last week, highlighting two very Montana-esque features.

He was driving in the Little Belt Mountains heading to work and came across a herd of cows strolling alongside the side of the road.

He pulled over to get a video of the cows, and a military convoy from Malmstrom Air Force Base then rolled down the road in the opposite direction.

Neither the cows nor the military crew seemed too concerned with the other.

Shawn noted:

"Only in Montana can you have a cattle drive and a nuclear missile convoy taking up the highway. Everyone that has shared and to all the new viewers. This is very routine around Great Falls. I thought it to be too much to try to explain without video to my boss why I was running late. Also quite humorous. Stop with the conspiracy theories. Also much respect to all of the men and women who have served and are serving this great country." 

Military convoys are not unusual to see in and around Great Falls; crews from Malmstrom Air Force Base are responsible for operating and maintaining dozens of missile silos spread out across a large area of north-central Montana.

*As noted last week when a video posted to YouTube showed a military convoy driving along 10th Avenue South in Great Falls, it is not illegal to film a military convoy in a public area. Malmstrom AFB public affairs officials confirmed to KRTV last week that it is not not illegal.. 

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