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Neoteric Military Light Hovercraft

The light hovercraft is the only vehicle able to perform fast, safe operations on swift water, thin or broken ice, snow, mud, swampland, and flood waters. Because it safely hovers 9 inches above the terrain, a hovercraft keeps military personnel above the danger - not in it - and allows them access to areas that helicopters or boats cannot reach.

But the Neoteric HovertrekT is unlike all other hovercraft on the market. Its unique capabilities have made it the industry standard, particularly for military search and rescue missions. Neoteric's clientele spans 50 nations and includes the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Air Force; U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Border Patrol; airport Police/Fire/EMS services; and Sheriff, Police and Fire Departments worldwide

The Only Hovercraft with Effective Brakes

Particularly in rescue operations, sometimes backing up is the only way out. Neoteric’s patented reverse thrust system gives the Hovertrek™ the unique ability to brake, hover in place, and back up at more than 25 mph. Neoteric is the only hovercraft manufacturer to offer this crucial feature. Our hovercraft are also the lightest and quietest production hovercraft in the industry.

Hovertrek™ Equipment Options

The Neoteric Hovertrek™ is available with a wide array of features and equipment options including stretcher mounts, light bars, searchlights, GPS systems, VHF marine radios, cold water immersion suits and life vests, throw bags and wireless communication headsets. Each Hovertrek™ is custom built to government specifications, and is guaranteed for its lifetime.

Free Pilot Training

Neoteric provides hovercraft pilot training/certification and preventative maintenance instruction with each military hovercraft. On-site pilot training at our Terre Haute, IN location is provided to military customers at no charge.


 Arrow2Counterfeit Hovercraft Warning

The innovative design and maneuverability of the Neoteric Hovertrek™ has made it the target of industrial espionage by unethical individuals and businesses throughout the world. Industry-wide concern exists that these entities threaten consumer safety by selling pirated forgeries of Neoteric hovercraft with documented mechanical problems while fraudulently claiming Neoteric’s 40 years of experience and expertise. These entities include Hi Tech International S.r.l. (HTI) in Italy, and Air Wing and MosHovercraft in Russia. Full details are disclosed in the World Hovercraft Organization’s Hovercraft Ripoff Report …


Homeland Security hovercraft photo"Hovercraft are much better suited for Homeland Security and search and rescue missions than our present fleet of patrol boats."
Congressman John Hostettler
U.S. House of Representatives
House Armed Services Committee

UTTR US Department of Defense hovercraft picture "[In our rescue of a downed F-16 aircraft with one pilot] we launched our hovercraft and beat the life flight helicopter to the pilot. They are state of the art . it's good to have the equipment necessary for a timely response."
Ron Short, Director
David Kallman, Fire Chief
Utah Test and Training Range
U.S. Department of Defense

Kuwait Military hovercraft Land mine detection Ecology and Environment, Inc. utilizes Neoteric hovercraft in Kuwait's intertidal zone to survey the environmental damage inflicted by the 1991 Persian Gulf War oil fires. Kuwaiti military personnel use the hovercraft to safely detect land mines before E&E representatives begin to deploy hovercraft into the intertidal zone for core sampling.

Neoteric Hovercraft, Inc.
1649 Tippecanoe Street Terre Haute, Indiana USA 47807-2394
Telephone: 1-812-234-1120 / 1-800-285-3761 Fax: 877-640-8507

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