How to Survive the Jumptruck Apocalypse
How do you survive the Jummtruck Apocalypse?
If you haven’t been keeping up, the JUMPTruck is coming to Maui in the summer.
The truck will be built by a Maui based company called AIM Industries, which has been working with the Air Force and Marine Corps to create a combat-ready jet that can fly in both the ocean and the air.
AIM Industries has also partnered with the Marine Corps in developing a similar aircraft that can be flown in both oceans and the atmosphere.
Maui is the largest city in the continental United States and the home of more than 5 million people.
It is the sixth largest in the world, and the fifth most populous.
This is a big deal.
Maui is a center of innovation, which means there’s always an opportunity to innovate.
And I think a lot of the innovation in Maui comes from the local residents and the businesses that are here.
I think this is going to be a great test for this aircraft.
It’s the perfect storm for it.
The Marine Corps has been very interested in this.
If you look at their website, you’ll see they’re working with a variety of companies and companies from around the world.
This will be the first test flight for the jet, and we are thrilled to have it in the hands of a team of Maui people.
I’m really looking forward to it, because Maui, I think, is the most entrepreneurial city in America, and that’s a great thing.
We’re working really closely with the Maui Government to make sure this aircraft is built right here in the Hawaiian Islands, and it’s going to get really tested on the ocean.
And the Marine Air Patrol, too, is going through this, to make certain that this aircraft doesn’t get lost, and I think it’s an incredible opportunity for this company.
So, the question is, what are you going to do?
What are you doing to survive this?
Are you going into a dive shop and looking for a new plane?
Or, are you putting your life on hold, and just taking a taxi around town?
I’m going to give you an answer, because this is something I think every single person in Maua knows and everybody knows.