January 2006
Sea Power;Jan2006, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p110
The article features the support and logistics vehicles used by the United States Marine Corps. The M88A2 Heavy Equipment Recovery Combat Utility Lift and Evacuation System is an armored, full-tracked, low-silhouette vehicle used for hoisting, winching and towing operations for all vehicles up to 70 tons. The Assault Breaching Vehicle is a full-tracked armored combat engineer vehicle designed for conducting in-stride and deliberate breaching of minefields and complex obstacles. The Combat Rubber Reconnaissance Craft is the Corps' primary means of accomplishing amphibious raids.


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