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    Gary has always been helpful to me, and he's been a friend for over 15 years. Also- when you're doing this as a business instead of a hobby, you learn to be quite selective on how you spend your time. (message boards are for free info; businesses are for making money)

    See below for details on the business change:

    From the HCA website:

    January 4, 2006



    Air Commander Hovercraft, Inc. has announced the formation of a new company; Hovercraft Depot, Inc. As a result, Air Commander Hovercraft, Inc. has been dissolved in favor of the new Hovercraft Depot, Inc.



    Hovercraft Depot, Inc. will provide parts, service, and accessories for Scat, Aerocruiser, Hovercraft Concepts, Hovercraft America, Sky Rider, Sea Breeze, Starship 500, RX 2000, Hover Jet, and homebuilt hovercraft owners.



    The Air Commander product has been sold to Air Cushion Technologies, Inc.; an existing company in Hobe Sound, FL. Air Cushion Technologies will continue production of the Air Commander, product line, and maintained the 800 number and the website listing. Hovercraft Depot looks forward to their success in higher quality and volume.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arry
    ...I'm designing a hovercraft for military applications...Does anyone have any information regarding this subject...


    Someone just posted these links on our club web site:

    http://www.rivervet.com/others.htm

    http://www.gingerb.com/vietnam_dong_tam_acv.htm

    http://www.transchool.eustis.army.mi...um/ACVSK-5.htm

    http://www.quicktechhobby.com/Hoverc...rcrafts/SK-5%2 0HOVERCRAFT.htm

    http://www.bimmus.org/pbr_default.htm

    Looks like this place is where one of the old US-SRN5's ended up!

    "The sole surviving US Navy BHC built PACV (Patrol Air Cushion Vehicle) (Bell Aerosystems) 1965. Our project craft is SK-5 #004."

    http://www.bimmus.org/photo_gallery/..._legends/b.JPG

    http://www.bimmus.org/photo_gallery/...penhouse/k.JPG

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