Ultra-Heavy-Lift-Amphibious-Connector-UHAC

The US Marines have planed to replace the troop & tank storming hovercraft’s for some time now, but have yet to find a suitable replacement. Their engineers have been tinkering away on a “Ultra Heavy-Lift Amphibious Connector” or UHAC as a viable option.  Development started back in 2012, and it looks like they are ready for full scale testing, as they take it out for a spin and show off it off. Check out this video and watch this beast in action.

Photos : Corporal Matthew J. Bragg/USMC & US Navy/Flickr

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