Building Military Roads Over Difficult Terrains
in World War 2 (HD-1943) NEW! -

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A mechanized advance could be stopped dead in tracks by even a short stretch of boggy swamp. U.S. Army Engineers often came to the rescue in crucial engagements. In "Road Expeidients" you'll see techniques for building temporary roads in a wide variety of terrains and climates, including jungles and deserts, using locally available materials and equipment. Like our popular video "Tank Expedients," this is another film in a series used to train troops on how to employ quick & dirty solutions for unexpected problems encountered in the field of battle: aka "Field Expedients."
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