LCAC

AcronymDefinition
LCACLanding Craft Air Cushion
LCACLorton Community Action Center (Virginia)
LCACLicensed Clinical Addiction Counselor (treatment professional)
LCACLake County Airboat Club (Florida, USA)
LCACLibrary Consumers' Advisory Council
LCACLogistics Crisis Action Cell (US Navy)
LCACLocal Connection Admission Control
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He said the first wave of LCAC would carry Type 08 amphibious vehicles and/or ZBD-05 amphibious fighting vehicles.
The ship's commanding officer, Captain Patrick Hannifin, pointed to the key role played by the LCACs in supporting ship-to-shore manoeuvre.
Owens noted that the military has a seagoing ferry that can haul five LCACs, but he would like a vessel that can handle 15.
The Global Amphibious Landing Craft market can be segmented into three divisions: LCAC, LCM, and LCU.
Since Pearl Harbor was anchored nearly 10 miles away, all deliveries were done via LCAC with assistance from the embarked 30th Naval Construction Regiment forklift operators.
House indicating the League City Animal Control (LCAC) had obtained an albino raccoon that had died of distemper.
In the pool section of the aircraft carrier, two LCAC (landing craft air cushion) hovercraft boats will be located.
Nicolet, LMHC, LCAC, NCC, AFC (Indiana): Specialist in: Substance Abuse & Co-Occurring Disorders
More recently, in December of last year we tested what is called a landing craft air cushion, or what we like to call an LCAC, on a 50/50 blend and it achieved a speed of 50 knots which we believe is a record for the sea.
These ships use air cushion landing craft, (LCAC), conventional landing craft and helicopters to move Marine assault forces ashore.
Navy's new Ship To Shore Connector (LCAC) replacement program.
First, we used the division's Language and Cultural Awareness Center (LCAC) where ISNLO Soldiers could access the cultural awareness library with its various reference books, DVDs, VHS tapes, and magazines; language library; and four instructors.