Military Tech: M3 Amphibious Rigs driving into River to create a Ferry Operation

Posted on: Sun, 2019-07-07 - 22:13 By: admin

With the M3 Amphibious Rig over the Weser river: 4 Amphibious bridging vehicles were joined to set up a ferry service for a bicycle festival at the ferry terminal in Großenwieden, Germany. For the first time, the pioneers of the German Bundeswehr were supported by British soldiers.

The 360 ​​hp amphibious vehicle has a 360-degree rotating jet propulsion system at the bow and stern. In ferry mode, up to 63.5 tonnes of payload are possible. The maximum speed in the water is 14 k.p.h.

There is something really satisfying in watching this unique operation being carried out with such efficiency. Just over 2.3 million views in 6 days shows many other viewers also thought so!

Watch at #^https://youtu.be/ratKBu2cRp0

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With the M3 Amphibious Rig over the Weser river: 4 Amphibious bridging vehicles were joined to set up a ferry service for a bicycle festival at the ferry ter...

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