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C-AAT by Navatek Ltd

C-AAT by Navatek Ltd

The Ultra Heavy-lift Amphibious Connector is being developed as a replacement to the LCAC, the Marines' current ship-to-shore landing craft. Foam tracks with captive air cell technology mean it can propel through water and travel on sand and mud.

http://archive.marinecorpstimes.com/VideoNetwork/3266807554001/C-AAT-by-Navatek-Ltd http://archive.marinecorpstimes.com/VideoNetwork/3266807554001/C-AAT-by-Navatek-Ltd http://bcdownload.gannett.edgesuite.net/militarytimes/44862801001/201402/3607/44862801001_3266784024001_thumbnail-for-video-3266807554001.jpg C-AAT by Navatek Ltd The Ultra Heavy-lift Amphibious Connector is being developed as a replacement to the LCAC, the Marines' current ship-to-shore landing craft. Foam tracks with captive air cell technology mean it can propel through water and travel on sand and mud. 4340 lcacMarinesmarine corpsamphibious connector 02:58
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