DUKW

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DUKW

[¦dək ′dəb·əl‚yü]
(ordnance)
A 2½-ton amphibious truck used by the U.S. Army to transport cargo on land or water; 36 feet (11 meters) long, with a cargo capacity of 5175 pounds (2347 kilograms). Also known as duck.
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Players will climb aboard the amphibious duck boats at Fenway Park at 10 a.
Those players, some coaches and manager Terry Francona made the trek around the warning track in duck boats.
Because no single duck boat can serve every hunting scenario, consider buying two
The Robertses bought the Josephine Tussaud Wax Museum in 2002, just as the Hot Springs duck boat tour business was starting to recover.
Mud Buddy has been building belt-drive, short-tail mud motors for 10 years and now offers 85 models equipped to power any size duck boat.
This was a dog born out of his time, best suited as a market gunner's retriever: hunt all day in rough conditions, sleep under a duck boat and guard equipment, then do it again the next day.
100-gauge aluminum hull and a welded aluminum center keel, it comes with an led bow light, an Xpress duck boat accessory rail, step pod transom and enclosed rear deck.
PHILADELPHIA, March 6, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Attorneys representing the families of the victims killed in the July 7, 2010 Philadelphia duck boat accident will comment on the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigation disclosures at 1 p.
It wasn't a "nice neighborhood," but no one complained about the duck boat or decoys scattered in my front yard, so I loved it.
Cavicchi says the Hot Summer Nights program will include exciting new events, including a Boston Duck Boat Tour, a trip to Canobie Lake Park, and Sky Zone.
How many deaths by duck boat does it take before the lesson is learned that in their current state of design they're an accident waiting to happen?
This instills confidence that goes a long ways in the duck boat or blind when two birds do hit the water and your dog is going to be tasked with bringing them both to hand.