antimine

antimine

(ˌæntɪˈmaɪn)
adj
1. (Military) designed to counteract landmines
2. opposed to the use of landmines
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These continue to exert a 'malevolent effect on their afterlife,' and hound an industry that is facing criticism not only from antimine advocates but also from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Caoile said at the national mine safety and environment symposium held here last week.
Cohen also comments that statements and actions of EPA personnel observed during his review "raise serious concerns as to whether EPA may have orchestrated the ecological assessment process to reach a predetermined result, had inappropriately close relationships with antimine advocates, and was not candid about its decision-making process.
The Dhobi Ghat ground and its surrounding area will be cleared through sniffer dogs and antimine squad, while video link of recording of the meeting will be made through video and surveillance tracking camera, the press release added.
Ballistic protection is at Level 3, while antimine is at Level 1b/2a.
military presence in Iraq; scaling up that same presence in Afghanistan; defending two controversial war policies before an often hostile Congress; taking care of military personnel injured in Iraq and Afghanistan; explaining to families of those killed in both wars why their deaths mattered; building personal relationships with counterparts in other governments; dampening the negative effects of "turf wars" between White House staff and officials (both uniformed and civilian) in the Defense Department; sponsoring the development of antimine vehicles that the career acquisition people in the Army did not want; tailoring the organization of U.
Clad in heavy antimine gear -- which consists of a plastic visor and a heavy baby-blue leaded apron that covers the torso and upper legs -- the soldiers spend long hours in the brush under the unsympathetic sun.
The boss of Pearson Engineering, Alan Reece, has seen his net worth rise by pounds 120m following sizeable profits by his company, which develops combat engineering systems and antimine equipment for the armed forces.
They were in antimine vehicles, but the road was littered with trees placed across by the Maoists.
Even the German antimine expert brought in by the UN throws up his hands, explaining that a mine of this sort, situated as it is and activated, cannot be deactivated.
Supported by the OAS Comprehensive Action Against Anti-Personnel Mines (AICMA), the Costa Rican officers of the antimine unit, or sappers, located and destroyed 338 mines scattered along the Nicaraguan border in the Provinces of Guanacaste and Alajuela, in addition clearing over 155,000 square yards of land.
Monitors threat mines and antimine technology, creates Minefield Geospatial Digital products, and provides aid to worldwide de-mining efforts.
will help a Japanese nongovernmental organization (NGO) raise funds for its antimine operations in Afghanistan, the company and NGO officials said Wednesday.