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m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
m113 apc machine gun 3d model - M113 APC Army... by ES3DStudios
High detail low-impact model of a M113 Armoured Personel Carrier. 2048 resolution PSD texture also available on request. Part of a huge related collection available from ES3DStudios.

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The M113A1, informally known as the Gavin, is a lightly armoured full tracked air transportable personnel carrier designed to carry personnel and certain types of cargo. The M113-family was developed from M59 and M75 by F**d and Kaiser Aluminium and Chemical Co. in the late 1950´s. The vehicle is capable of: amphibious operations in streams and lakes; extended cross country travel over rough terrain; and high speed operation on improved roads and highways.

The M113 Family includes approximately 12 variants of light armored tracked vehicles used in a variety of combat and combat support roles. Total density exceeds 28,000. Today's M113 Family of Vehicles is composed of a mix of derivative systems consisting of the A1, A2, and A3 configurations. The current fleet includes: M113A2; M113A3; M106A2; M1064; M1064A3; M548A1; M548A3; M577A2; M577A3; M730A2; M901A1; M981; M1068; M1068A3; M1059; and M1059A3. Over the next 10-15 years, the majority of these systems will be converted to the A3

The M113 APC was the first modern 'battle taxi'; developed to transport infantry forces on the mechanized battlefield. It is fitted with a 2 stroke six cylinder Detroit diesel providing power through a 3 speed automatic gearbox and steering differential. The main armament is a single .50 Cal heavy barrel machine gun, and the secondary armament is a single .30 Cal machine gun. The M113 is built of aircraft quality aluminum which allows it to possess some of the same strengths as steel at a much lighter weight. This distinct weight advantage allows the M113 to utilize a relatively small engine to power the vehicle, as well as carry a large payload cross-country. The vehicle is capable of 'swimming' bodies of water.

The vehicle is not mission capable if any one track shoe is damaged. If the M113 loses a track, breaks a track shoe or the vehicle throws a track, extreme caution must be exercised in maintaining control. The driver must immediately release the accelerator and let the vehicle coast to a stop. Applying braking action, i.e. brake pedal, laterals, pivot or any type of steering controls causes the vehicle to pull to the active or good track and could result in a roll-over. If it is absolutely necessary, the driver may apply braking action only, and only if the vehicle is approaching a ravine, a cliff, or if other catastrophic outcome, probably resulting in fatalities. When roll-over is imminent; it is safer to stay in the vehicle than to try to get out while the vehicle is still moving. Crew members may receive slight injuries from being thrown against metal parts, but if they try to leave the vehicle, it may roll over and crush them. Once the vehicle stops moving, the crew should get out as fast as possible because spilled fuel and oil may catch on fire. The first thing the driver should do in such an emergency is shut off the engine and turn off the master switch to minimize the fire hazard.

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Product ID:426443
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Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:2,786
Vertices:1,652
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, overlapping
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