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During the Vietnam War, the American Waterways Experiment Station (WES) tested the Marsh Screw Amphibian, designed by the Chrysler Corporation. The counter rotating screws "...propelled the vehicle through water and marsh terrain adequately, but failed miserably on soil surfaces, especially sand.  Despite disappointing results, Chrysler produced a much larger vehicle, the Riverine Utility Craft (RUC) for the Navy in 1969.

During the Vietnam War, the American Waterways Experiment Station (WES) tested the Marsh Screw Amphibian, designed by the Chrysler Corporation. The counter rotating screws "...propelled the vehicle through water and marsh terrain adequately, but failed miserably on soil surfaces, especially sand. Despite disappointing results, Chrysler produced a much larger vehicle, the Riverine Utility Craft (RUC) for the Navy in 1969.

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R-7 ICBM (Operational 1959)

R-7 ICBM (Operational 1959)

Amazing Original Soviet USSR Russian Vintage Computer Device SIGNAL 201 RARE

Amazing Original Soviet USSR Russian Vintage Computer Device SIGNAL 201 RARE

Luna-M SRBM (Operational 1965)

Luna-M SRBM (Operational 1965)

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Wonderful Colour Photos of Daily Life in Leningrad, Russia in 1958

Wonderful Colour Photos of Daily Life in Leningrad, Russia in 1958

4 October 1957: The Soviet Union launches Sputnik 1, the first Earth-orbiting artificial satellite. Sputnik's radio signals continue for 22 days until the transmitter batteries run out. It burns up on 4 January 1958 as it re-enters the Earth's atmosphere

4 October 1957: The Soviet Union launches Sputnik 1, the first Earth-orbiting artificial satellite. Sputnik's radio signals continue for 22 days until the transmitter batteries run out. It burns up on 4 January 1958 as it re-enters the Earth's atmosphere

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