Cosmas, Nicholas
January 2013
Engineer;Jan-Apr2013, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p43
Trade Publication
The article discusses the importance of studying military geography. It highlights roles of the combat engineer such as enhancing the mobility of military forces and impeding the enemy's ability to maneuver on the battlefield. It advises that engineer terrain expertise must evolve to military geography expertise to perform geographically diverse engineering missions. It also explores somedevelopments in land mine systems.


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