amphibious vehicle

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amphibious vehicle

A wheeled or tracked vehicle capable of operating on both land and water. See also landing craft.
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Noun1.amphibious vehicle - a flat-bottomed motor vehicle that can travel on land or wateramphibious vehicle - a flat-bottomed motor vehicle that can travel on land or water
automotive vehicle, motor vehicle - a self-propelled wheeled vehicle that does not run on rails
marsh buggy, swamp buggy - an amphibious vehicle typically having four-wheel drive and a raised body
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The Department of National Defense-Armed Forces of the Philippines (DND-AFP) is set to acquire two brand new landing dock vessels, an amphibious warfare ship with a well dock to transport and launch landing craft and amphibious vehicles, for the Philippine Navy (PN).
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A warship, USS Arlington, with amphibious vehicles and aircraft on board, will also join the USS Abraham Lincoln strike group in the Persian Gulf.
While the USS Arlington is a navy ship that transports marines, amphibious vehicles, conventional landing craft and aircraft that have the capabilities to support an amphibious assault.
The warship USS Arlington, which includes marines, amphibious vehicles, equipment and helicopters, is on its way to the Middle East.
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Gibbs Amphibians (Gibbs), in partnership with Madaeen Al Doha Group, showcased high-speed amphibious vehicles Humdinga and Aquada at the Katara Beach.
Marines with Assault Amphibious Vehicle Platoon, Echo Company, Battalion Landing Team 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit prepare to embark the USS Ashland in assault amphibious vehicles during KAMANDAG 2 in Subic Bay, Philippines, Oct.
Duck amphibious vehicles are used on sightseeing tours around the world and have been involved in a number of fatal accidents in the past two decades.
It offers commercial and special vehicles, such as military and civilian light off-road vehicles, light and middle trucks, amphibious vehicles, sports utility vehicles, mini-buses and ambulances, military cars, and special off-road vehicles.
The latest program to try to replace the service's aging assault amphibious vehicles is the amphibious combat vehicle.