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Breaching walls: a must in mout operations: why breach walls during a military operation? At least two answers immediately come to mind; (1) to neutralise enemy troops that are hiding in the building and (2) to open an access for one's own troops, avoiding too-obvious accesses that would quite certainly be booby-trapped. Those two aspects require two different approaches, however. Oct 1, 2009 2498
Mobility land. Oct 1, 2009 6321
Warfare has changed, so should have methods. Company overview Aug 1, 2009 10759
Land-based medium-range air-Defence. Jun 1, 2009 3122
Silencing the bomb path. Jun 1, 2009 2540
Silent guard on duty. Apr 1, 2009 2693
Bon (con)voyage: since the first post-Cold War operations, escorting convoys has become a routine for the military. However, because units are now spread over much wider areas compared to conventional operations, along with the lack of well-defined battle lines, means that all logistics convoys move in unsafe surroundings. This would be bad enough if one did not have to include refugee and humanitarian convoys. Apr 1, 2009 3395
Assault rifle update. Aug 1, 2005 3958

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