You do realize those vehicles were living in a friggin combat zone at 120*F and the windows were cleaned with whatever polluted groundwater could be found 1/2 the time, right? You do understand the word 'Combat'... or is it not technical enough, there sharpshooter?How come you guys don't put any cardboard or Styrofoam on the windows of that truck? UV will warp and distort the spinel plates through long-term exposure, and it looks like someone used an acid, probably windex or windex like window cleaner on the windows of that vehicle, because of the distorted blots on the "glass". I don't mean to come off like a jackass, but do troops get trained to properly take care of their vehicles? Ballistic Glass isn't actually glass, it's a ceramic composite that is compressed to maximum density and pressure treated then layered. Because of the vacuum between layers holding them together, the least elemental and temperature exposure they recieve, the better off they are. Overtime the windows of that truck will implode by nature, but making the lifespan shorter due to negligence just costs more money and safety than it needs to.
It is nice that you have some knowledge, but your post does not come across as somebody who ever spent any time in the military, unless it was in a rear support function.
ETA- maybe the distorted blots are where bullets hit the windows and left a mark?