By J. M. Bruce
Airco DH9 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Albatros Productions Ltd.Серия: Windsock DataFile 72Автор(ы): J.M. BruceЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1998Количество страниц: 44ISBN: 1-902207-05-XФормат: pdf (300 dpi) 2480x3504 HQРазмер: 59.1 mb RapidIfolder eighty five
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Marines can use these radios in environments ranging from forests to cities. Vehicles The marine corps has a collection of ground vehicles that navigate all types of terrain, from rugged hills to sandy beaches. The vehicles are designed for a range of purposes. The MTVR is a large truck great for carrying people and supplies. The corps also uses the vehicle to move the M777 Howitzer. As a force that works on water and land, the marine corps relies on the AAV-7, an amphibious assault vehicle. This craft carries marines from ships to shore.
One key corps mission was Operation Shufly, which called on helicopter squadrons to aid ground troops. It was the first air support marine unit deployed to Vietnam. 5 landed on April 15, 1962. The operation lasted until March 8, 1965. Throughout, the marine corps gained valuable experience in moving troops with helicopters. Lieutenant Colonel Archie Clapp led the first squadron to serve in the mission. The group included 24 UH-34 Seahorse helicopters, to which the commanding general added three OE-1 Birddog fixed-wing Cessna airplanes, a C-117 Skytrain, and 50 helicopter mechanics.
The corps had proven itself adept on water, land, and air. NAVAJO CODE TALKERS During World War II, both sides used codes to share information while keeping it from the enemy. Cryptographers, or code talkers, were people who encrypt, or encode, messages. They also worked at decoding the enemy’s messages. During the war, the marine corps relied on a little-used language to encode messages: Navajo. Marines from this Native American group used their language as a basis for encrypting messages. Because so few people knew Navajo, the enemy could not break the code.
Airco DH9 by J. M. Bruce