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Check Out The US Navy's Assault Vehicle That Can Travel Both On Land And In The Sea (Photos)

The United States Navy is one of the most well-known military units in the world today, and this is largely due to the accomplishments of the US Navy in the field of modern technology. The United States Navy has a diverse collection of cutting-edge maritime technology devices and modern day machines that assist them in carrying out their tasks. From their massive submarines to the most basic sea vehicle on their military base, the United States Navy invests both time and resources in ensuring that their soldiers have the best equipment possible to fight against the enemy.

In this post, we'll take a look at the AAV-7A1 Assault Vehicle, which is one of the most popular combat vehicles in the United States Navy's inventory.

Known as the AAV-7A1 Assault Vehicle, it is an Amphibious Armed Automobile that assists US soldiers in their travels both on land and in the water.

In 1983, U.S. Combat Systems developed the landing vehicle, which was originally assigned to transport US Marine Corps personnel.

Armed with a 45mm cannon and powered by a Detroit Diesel engine, the AAV-7A1 Assault Amphibious Vehicle transports a crew of no fewer than 21 United States Navy troops.

The assault vehicle has been in service since 1972 and continues to do so now since it fits the basic mobility requirements of the United States Navy.

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