mobile mine

mobile mine

In naval mine warfare, a mine designed to be propelled to its proposed laying position by propulsion equipment like a torpedo. It sinks at the end of its run and then operates like a mine. See also mine.
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BRV-O's crew capsule and modular armor have successfully completed all requirements for force protection in blast tests, and provide protection levels similar to much heavier and less mobile Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles.
The Helmet-CAM technology has proven to be a viable tool to perform this assessment and determine where and when a mobile mine worker is being exposed to respirable dust.
Navy's submarine launched mobile mine (SLMM), can be launched at a distance and navigate to where it will lie in wait.
Iron ore concentrate producer stated that it has inked a hiring placement for mobile mine equipment with a major Scandinavian bank, at a value of $25 million.
The shallow-water Chen-1, -2, -3, and -6 influence mines can be placed for defense of ports and harbors; the T-5 mobile mine can be laid in deeper waters in channels and approaches to ports; and the Soviet PMK-1 and the Chinese-developed Mao-5 rocket rising mines are intended for deeper waters farther from ports and in open-ocean areas and choke points.
She has served with Mobile Mine Assemble Unit (MOMAU) TEN, Okinawa, Japan; Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) EIGHT SEVEN, Virginia Beach, Va.
These solutions will bring fuel cost reductions and emissions improvements to the sector through focused applications in the form of mobile mine haul fleets and other stationary applications.
But just as its war against Angolan-backed forces in SWA obliged South Africa to hone its demining skills, so too the war which led to the establishment of Zimbabwe encouraged the development of mobile mine detection systems.
military moves forward with industry proposals for the next generation of lighter, more mobile Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles, Navistar Defense, LLC was awarded 400 additional MaxxPro[TM] Dash units Wednesday designed for urgent operations in Afghanistan.
During the fourth quarter of 2013, the Company extended the delivery schedule of its Caterpillar ("CAT") mobile mine equipment and final payment of approximately $29 million by nine months to December 31, 2014.
declared that it has signed a leasing arrangement for mobile mine equipment with a major Scandinavian bank for a total amount of USD 25 Million.
From it came the Navy's postwar mines: the Mark 50 series, CAPTOR, the submarine-launched mobile mine, and the Destructor series.

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