The AAC-1 speeder tank was a military landspeeder that was used by the Alliance of Nations during the War.
The AAC-1 speeder tank was fast, with exceptional lateral maneuverability allowing it to slip sideways and dodge incoming fire. Equipped with reinforced hull plating, the AAC-1's only weak point was found to be the black coolers on the sides of the tank. Its primary weapons were forward-facing laser cannons and particle cannons, which were capable of destroying an enemy tank with a small number of shots. A pair of rapid-fire missile turrets were mounted on the top of the vehicle. The pilot used the laser cannons and beam cannons whilst the gunner fired the missile turrets. The speeder tank was employed as an anti-aircraft combat vehicle, and employed a repulsorlift engine for movement.
Designed by the SoroSuub Corporation, the Rebel Alliance acquired the AAC designs from a SoroSuub employee attempting to pay off his sabacc debts. A fast, manoeuvrable medium tank, the AAC was equipped with reinforced hull plating and a pair of rapid-fire missile launchers efficient at demolishing both ground and airborne targets.