cargo hatch


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hatch opening into the cargo compartment

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It is uncertain if the cargo hatch shields and elbow mounts for 7.62mm machine guns are still in the inventory since they have not been seen on U.S.
This led to the lowering of the bow, which allowed heavy seas to destroy the cargo hatch covers one after another.
There were different propellers and cowls, as well as different cargo hatch and passenger seating configurations; a choice of wheels, floats, or skis; individualized instruments and navigation equipment; and a choice of tail skids or tail wheels.
That includes the cargo hatch latch mechanism on your Bradley.
The main armament was a .50 caliber machine gun mounted at the commander's cupola and, unlike the armored cavalry assault vehicles (ACAVs) of the Cavalry Squadrons, most of our vehicles did not have additional machine guns mounted on the top deck to be fired from gunners standing in the cargo hatch. However, due to the threat of RPG and mine attack, it was standard operating procedure to operate in a potential engagement area with the combat team riding on top of the vehicle or standing on the floor of the vehicle with the cargo hatch folded back.
Crewmen, the cargo hatch on your M2/M3-series Bradley is quite heavy.
cargo hatches, which made freight handling slow but provided better protection from the heavy seas which frequently swept her decks.
Herewith, attention is paid to the fact that in a sharp rise in air temperature both in Afghanistan and the surrounding regions of Uzbekistan, there is a splash and flow of liquid cargo hatches of tanks in the boiler tank pressure rises.
They inched their way through murky sand and swirling currents in zero visibility but could not latch on to one of the submarine's cargo hatches.
Passenger promenade decks contrast with six large cargo hatches.
The model shows that she was a compact but comfortable ship with three large cargo hatches.
She had relatively small cargo hatches which made freight handling slow but provided better protection from the heavy seas which frequently swept her decks.