M577 Command Vehicle
includes one M577 Command Vehicle & one Vehicle Commander figure.
The M577 is a derivative of the M113 series of Armoured Personnel Carriers; it is essentially a standard M113 but with an elevated roof that begun just behind the driver’s position. Originally designed as a command post vehicle, the M577 was also used as a fire-direction centre, communications vehicle and to provide mobile medical treatment.
The hull was of all-welded aluminium construction and provided the crew with a basic level of protection from small arms fire and shell fragments. In case of emergency, the crew could exit the vehicle via a door at situated at the rear of the vehicle in the powered ramp used to load the vehicle. The M577 also carried a tent extension that afforded the crew more space to operate when in a static position, these tents could be joined together to create a command post made up of several vehicles.
Amphibious vehicles are designed to swim, carrying their passengers across rivers or lakes.
Amphibious vehicles treat all Impassable water terrain as Difficult Going instead of Impassable. If Passengers are forced to Dismount for any reason while in Impassable water, they drown and count as Destroyed.
Some excellent tank designs have successfully utilised wider tracks, allowing them to cross almost any terrain.
If a vehicle with Wide Tracks becomes Bogged Down while attempting to cross Rough Terrain, roll again. On a roll of 4+ the vehicle immediately frees itself and continues moving.
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