Travel trailers are one of the newest products for airlines.
They are not only inexpensive but they have become one of their biggest revenue generators.
But now a new report by Bloomberg shows that the trailers aren’t always as safe as they appear.
The travel trailers used by airlines are less likely to contain an airbag than the ones used by the military.
The military has used the trailers for more than a decade, and the new Bloomberg report finds that the military trailers are less effective than those used by airline travelers.
This isn’t the first time that Bloomberg has reported that military trailers use higher-than-average levels of airbags.
In 2013, Bloomberg reported that the Air Force had been using military trailers for years.
And a year later, in 2015, Bloomberg found that the Army was using the same military trailers to transport troops.
In all cases, the military says the trailers are more than adequate for transporting troops in remote locations.
But this new Bloomberg investigation shows that those trailers are also less effective at protecting passengers.
While the Airforce says that the trailer is less effective because of a higher chance of injury, the Pentagon says that it also has reason to be concerned.
“It is critical that our transportation system, as it relates to the deployment of military personnel, not compromise the safety and security of our soldiers and their families,” Army Col. Michael Brown, the agency’s chief of public affairs, said in a statement to Bloomberg.
The Bloomberg report found that military vehicles have lower airbags and lower occupant count than those that the public expects to use.
This is important because airbags are designed to reduce the risk of injury in vehicles, and if military vehicles don’t have airbags, they are also unlikely to have a lower occupant counts.
According to the study, military trailers have lower occupant counting than passenger cars.
The study found that more than half of military trailers used in the United States have no airbags on them, and a third of trailers have no seatbelts.
This means that more people are likely to die when they crash in military vehicles than civilians, according to the report.
The report found an additional two-thirds of trailers had no seatbelt, and more than 80 percent of trailers did not have seatbelters.
“Airbags reduce the potential for a crash because the vehicle’s occupant counts are so low,” the study says.
It also found that while military vehicles are safer than passenger vehicles, they also have more injuries per mile traveled.
For example, the study found a vehicle crash involving a military vehicle has an accident fatality rate of almost 10 percent, or approximately 18,000 people, compared to 1,800 fatalities for the average U.S. passenger vehicle.
Airbags are less than half the risk for crashes involving a passenger vehicle, the report found.
However, the trucks that transport troops also have a higher crash rate than the military trucks.
The truck that transports troops has an average crash fatality of 8.6 people per mile.
That’s slightly more than one person for every 20,000 miles traveled.
The crash fatals of military trucks are about two people for every 3,000.
And, of course, the cost of airbag technology for military vehicles is prohibitive.
“Military trucks are the safest of all vehicles because they have the most protection, and they have no rollover hazards,” Brown said.
even military trucks have crash risk compared to civilian trucks.
“The majority of the fatalities caused by military vehicles were caused by vehicles that were not designed to handle these conditions,” the report says.
The trucks are also more prone to rollovers than military vehicles, according the study.
While military trucks appear to have the safest characteristics, there is still a huge risk of an accident, as the study notes.