Going Ship to Shore

Tiron, Roxana
May 2010
Sea Power;May2010, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p62
The article focuses on ship-to-shore connector (SSC) which is projected to be a replacement for Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC). It says that LCAC has an average life of 17 years and SSC is seen as a good replacement for LCAC. It states that SSC will incorporate design improvements aimed at reducing high maintenance costs and will be capable of carrying the U.S. Marine Corps' equipment. It mentions the companies vying to build the SSC including L-3 Communications Holdings Inc. and Boeing Co.


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