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Hovercraft are also called Landing Craft Air-Cushion (LCAC) vehicles. They are used as landing craft by the United States Navy’s Assault Craft Units and the Japan Maritime Self-defence Force. They transport weaponry, equipment, cargo and personnel of the assault elements of the Maritime Air/Ground Task Force both from ship to shore and across the beach.
The concept of the present-day LCAC began in the early 1970s with full-scale Amphibious Assault Landing Craft (AALC) test vehicle. The first 33 were included in the fiscal year 1982-86 budget, 15 in the year 1989 and 12 each in 1990, 1991 and 1992. The first LCAC was delivered to the Navy in 1984 and the ability to operate it was achieved in 1986. The approval for full-scale production was granted in the year 1987. 48 air-cushion landing craft were authorized and appropriated through the fiscal year 1989.
The craft operates with a crew of five. In addition to beach landing, LCAC provides emergency evacuation support, lane breaching, mine countermeasure operations and marine and special warfare equipment delivery. There are four main engines, all of them are used for lift and propulsion. The carft can operate with reduced capability with its two engines down.
To maintain its glory and to show its power and uses, FlatPyramid has developed a 3-D model of Army Hovercraft. The model is high-resolution and can be used in architectural visualizations, animations, movies and games. It is a highly defined 3-D model with a near to original look. We hope that you like it.
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