Kiowa road warrior
Seen on the I-10 corridor in South Mississippi.
First adopted in 1969, the Army used more than 2,200 OH-58 Kiowa variants throughout the Cold War as well as in Vietnam, the Persian Gulf (off the back of Navy FFGs!) Panama, Bosnia, Somalia, Afghanistan, and Iraq, only moving to retire the type in 2013, which in my humble opinion is a mistake.
Big Green still had something like 300 late model OH-58D Kiowa Warriors on hand just a couple of years ago but they have all been pulled from front line service. Headed East, this bad boy is most likely either A) headed to Fort Rucker in Alabama where they still use the type as trainers and will continue to do so for the next few years, or B) to a port where it will be shipped to an overseas ally as military aid. Either way, hopefully, it is still got some life left in it.