The U.S completes Apalachicola Unmanned Logistics Prototype Trials

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The U.S has completed successful testing of an Unmanned Logistics Prototype called Apalachicola.
The Unmanned Logistics Prototype’s hull design is based on the Catamaran, and it can transport military payloads and machinery weighing up to 600 tons.
The ship has a range of 1,200 nautical miles on each mission and can reach speeds up to 35 nautical knots.
The prototype comes equipped with tanks for transporting fuel, platforms for carrying military naval helicopters, enough space for 312 soldiers, and four 12.7 mm M2 cannons.

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