This means insiders would need at most 8 60 foot vans and several front end loaders. Not a big requirement but enough to permit a move in less than 12 hours.
Still, in order to move that much material, a fair size convoy would be needed; it sure as heck wasn't done after initial hostilities ceased since there was too much surveillance going on in those first weeks, a lot of it by aircraft, and (I wouldn't doubt) a lot by satellite.
60 foot vans require paved roads. What kind of roads were there by the bunkers? Unless they were alongside a paved highway, forget it.
I'm not a logistics man, but I think his point dealt with both weight and volume. I'ts not like they would be hauling 380 tons of steel. A clarification from someone who knows would be good for all us to know the logistics of this...
I'm not buying that it just dissappeared into the desert. With that kind of weight they would sink. Had to be on the road and we had tanks on those roads.