The amphibious assault vehicle can be seen deployed into the waters as Taiwan's army and navy continue their joint military exercises on the 4th day of the Han Kuang drills on Thursday (7/28).
The vehicles emit clouds of gas to disrupt infrared detectors which could be used by Chinese forces as they head slowly to shore.
The defense drills which puts Taiwan's combat readiness to the test, also saw underwater dynamites set in place by the army's Amphibious Reconnaissance and Patrol Unit go off in the water.
As the amphibious assault vehicles make it on land, the air force also deployed two indigenous Defense Fighters to fire flares in the air to cover for them.
Military officials updated local news media on the progress of the training, expressing their confidence that the troops would be ready to face enemy forces should an attack occur.
Once the amphibious vehicles successfully reached shore, soldiers disembark and get into formation to cover ground. With more than 600 men in training, the joint combat exercise in Pingtung made for a satisfactory drill on Thursday.
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