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Sigma KEE - PoweredVehicle

A Vehicle that has a powerComponent. Note that PoweredVehicles include those vehicles that have a powerComponent where the user can and does often choose not to use it, such as a moped with pedals.
Parents Vehicle Vehicle is the subclass of TransportationDevices that transport passengers or goods from one place to another by moving from one place to the other with them, e.g., cars, trucks, ferries, and airplanes. Contrast with devices such as pipelines, escalators, or supermarket checkout belts, which carry items from one place to another by means of a moving part, without the device removing from the origin to the destination.
Children AAVThe Amphibious Assault Vehicle (AAV) (official designation AAV-7A1 (formerly known as LVT-7)) is the current amphibious troop transport of the United States Marine Corps and is also operated by other forces. The AAV-7A1 is a fully tracked amphibious landing vehicle manufactured by FMC Corporation. It is used by USMC Amphibious Assault Battalions to land the surface assault elements of the landing force and their equipment in a single lift from assault shipping during amphibious operations to inland objectives and to conduct mechanized operations and related combat support in subsequent mechanized operations ashore.
 AirplaneAirplane is the subclass of Aircraft that are fixed-wing aircraft which carry their own power sources. Airplane includes jet airplanes and propeller planes, but not gliders.
 APCArmoured personnel carriers (APCs) are armoured fighting vehicles developed to transport infantry on the battlefield. They usually have only a machine gun although variants carry recoilless rifles, anti-tank guided missiles (ATGMs), or mortars. They are not really designed to take part in a direct-fire battle, but to carry the troops to the battlefield safe from shrapnel and ambush. They may have wheels or tracks. Examples include the American M113 (tracked), M2 Bradley, the British FV 432 (tracked), the French VAB (wheeled), the German Boxer MRAV (wheeled) and the Soviet BTR (wheeled). (from Wikipedia)
 ElectrifiedRailwayCarElectrifiedRailwayCar is the subclass of railway cars that are powered by electricity, which is provided to the car through an overhead link or electrified third rail.
 EmergencyRoadVehicleEmergencyRoadVehicle is the subclass of EmergencyVehicle that includes RoadVehicles designed for special use in emergencies, e.g., Ambulances, FireEngines.
 EmergencyVehicleEmergencyVehicle is the subclass of Vehicles that are used for special-purpose emergency response.
 LCACThe air cushioned landing craft, or fully amphibious landing craft, is a more modern variation on the amphibious landing boat. These craft are based on small to mid sized multi-purpose hovercraft, also known as 'over the beach' ('OTB') craft. This allows troops and material to access more than 70% of the world's coastline, while only approximately 15% of that coastline is available to conventional landing craft. Typical barriers to conventional landing craft are soft sandy beaches, marshes, swampland, and loose surfaces. Air cushion technology has vastly increased the landing capability of the craft, providing greater speed and flexibility over traditional landing craft. Like the mechanized landing craft, they are usually equipped with mounted machine guns, although they also support grenade launchers and heavy weapons. These vehicles are commonly used in the United States Navy, which first received them in 1984, the Russian Navy, and some other modern fighting forces, such as the United Kingdom's Royal Navy. Forces that may use the LCAC may include The Royal Marines. (from Wikipedia)
 LocomotiveAn individual rail vehicle, i.e. a RollingStock which is also a PoweredVehicle. Modern locomotives are typically diesel or electric powered, while older locomotives ran on Coal.
 MotorizedRailwayCarMotorizedRailwayCar is the subclass of railway cars that carry their own power source.
 MotorRailcarMotorRailcars are PassengerRailcars that carry their own power source.
 SelfPoweredRoadVehicleSelfPoweredRoadVehicle is the class of RoadVehicles that are also PoweredVehicles. SelfPoweredRoadVehicle covers motorcycles, semi-trailers, RVs, etc., as well as Automobiles. This class includes vehicles powered by electricity, gasoline, diesel, and other fuels.
 TrainTrain is the subclass of TransportationDevice whose instances are linked sequences of RollingStock.

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