Amtrac - definition of amtrac by The Free Dictionary
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am·trac also am·track (ăm′trăk′)
A small, flatbottom amphibious vehicle that moves by means of finned tracks and is used to carry troops from ship to shore.
amtrac (ˈæmˌtræk) or
an amphibious tracked vehicle used primarily by the military for shore landings
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TMTA will be a valuable member of AMTRAC
as the other AMTRAC
members can learn how it has succeeded in achieving the right balance of medical skills and expertise blended with its legendary Thai hospitality to succeed in promoting Thailand as a premiere medical travel destination to the rest of the world.
A few moments later, a fireball produced by the impact of the API bullet appeared on the AMTRAC
hull just above the top-left corner of the small access door.
is pressing to tap the highway and aviation funds for its subsidy.
The enemy set off a bomb as the amtrac
rolled over it.