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Asked in Antarctica
What transport would you use to get to Antarctica?
ships boats planes ect
Asked in France in WW2, US in WW2, Boats and Watercraft
What are ships and boats used to transport?
Ships and boats move large quantities and large products at a low cost. Ships are relatively slow and must be used in combination with trucks or railroads to move goods to shipping centers. ...
Asked in D-Day
How many soldiers were on each boat during d-day's invasion?
There were 11,000 ships and boats taking part in the landings. Most of the bigger ships had to anchor a mile or two off the French coast. Many of these ships carried 24-36 'Higgins boats' in their lifeboat davits. These "Higgins boats" each carried a platoon (about 32 men ) ashore. Larger LST's carried 4-6 tanks and trucks as well as about 100 soldiers. ...
Who did they overcome the problem of ships needing harbors not beaches in World War 2?
Troops carriers. The ships would transport troops carriers and when close enough, the boats were loaded into the water and the troops would drop in. ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What is a transport vessel?
Vessel=A large ship/Boat, Transport=Transport (I belive you know what transport means) Vessel is a large boat that floats on water. Ships are generally distinguished from boats based on size and passenger capacity. Ships may be found on lakes, seas, and rivers and they allow for a variety of activities, such as the transport of people or goods, fishing, entertainment, public safety, and warfare. Ships and boats have developed alongside mankind. In major wars, and in day to day life, they have become...
Who is the inventor of boats?
Ships go back into history for thousands of years. Ancient Egypt had boats, the Vikings, ancient Chinese had war ships with flame throwers in the bow. The Romans had war ships, and the Greeks had ships for trade. Ships and boats use goes so far back in time that it is impossible to know who invented them. ...
Asked in Mexico, Boats and Watercraft
How many boats are operated by the Mexican Navy?
The approximate inventory is as follows: 2 destroyers 6 frigates 5 amphibious ships 2 missile boats 32 offshore patrol vessels 30 coastal patrol ships 60 patrol boats 32 auxiliary ships 40 assault boats Total figures: 209 ships (2011) ...
Asked in Century - 1600s
What kind of transport did people use about 500 years ago?
Ships and boats, carts, coaches, pack animals and riding horses, camels, donkeys and mules, their feet. ...