The Incom Corporation T-47 airspeeder was an airspeeder that became famous during the First War for its use by the Alliance of Nations as a military fighter known as the snowspeeder. The Incom Corporation's T-47 was an atmospheric vehicle designed for industrial cargo handling. Its cockpit featured positions for a forward-facing pilot and a rear-facing cargo manager. The cargo manager used the airspeeder's magnetic harpoon and tow cable to control repulsorlift cargo modules. Mechanical braking flaps, along with the high-powered thrust nozzles, allowed for precise maneuvering. The airspeeder was piloted by one individual and featured a gunner.