Landing Craft Assault (LCA) was a Landing craft with a crew of four could ferry an infantry Platoon of 31, with space to spare for five additional specialist troops, to shore at 7 Knots. The LCA was the most common British and British Commonwealth landing craft of World War II
The Landing Craft Assault’s design’s sturdy hull, load capacity, low silhouette, shallow draft, little bow wave, and silenced engines were all assets that benefited the occupants. The extent of its light armour, proof against rifle bullets and shell splinters with similar ballistic power recommended the LCA.
Throughout the war in the Atlantic, the Mediterranean, and the Indian Ocean, the LCA was the most likely sea assault transport for Commandos, United States Army Rangers, and other Special forces.
Designed in Fusion 360 at 1:56 and for resin printing. It will probably work in FDM but the panel edges are very thin in places.
the model is split into 2 to fit into a smaller resin printer.
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