As moving the stuff from Texas really wouldn't be hard. Our forces by design are very mobile.
Because while it might be relatively easy to move an individual tank or aeroplane, it would probably be difficult to re-home them all. Also moving and re-homing nuclear weapons would be fairly complicated.
These questions about state secession are more complicated than first appears, the UK is already, well down this route and it's not as simple as **** you and good riddance.
Texas only has 17 bases this is nothing to be relocated. To put this in perspective San Diego has 8 or 9 bases alone.
Run in fear from this video, now.
This came out of Texas.
I've been through Texas...manhandled by the Texas Highway Patrol...I should have said it's mostly garbage instead of desert....that would have been more accurate and less prone to people pulling out the geological charts...sheeeeit.
By garbage I mean rednecks, trailer parks, and secessionists.
But hey, there's always Austin, right?
Secession are cool, especially when they spark a five years long civil war.
In nuclear countries it would be far shorter :-)
Well, many factors contributed to the **** that happened in Yugoslavia. I don't see anything like that happening in some hypothetical case of Texas actually claiming independence. Still, its complicated stuff that can turn really nasty.