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A '''transport''' is any object which carries another: the term may refer to objects as small as [[protein]] structures like [[hemoglobin]], which carry [[oxygen]], to large military craft like the [[Chinook]] [[helicopter]], [[C-130]], or naval transport vessels.
 
A '''transport''' is any object which carries another: the term may refer to objects as small as [[protein]] structures like [[hemoglobin]], which carry [[oxygen]], to large military craft like the [[Chinook]] [[helicopter]], [[C-130]], or naval transport vessels.
  
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* [[Transportation]]
 
* [[Transportation]]
  

Latest revision as of 14:29, 24 June 2016

A transport is any object which carries another: the term may refer to objects as small as protein structures like hemoglobin, which carry oxygen, to large military craft like the Chinook helicopter, C-130, or naval transport vessels.

See also