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Other platoon members had plotted what they believed was a safe route through the minefield, but then another soldier triggered a second mine and lost his left leg.
A minefield was identified in the proposed location of the pipeline, so the location was changed before construction to reduce the risk posed to soldiers and to avoid a probable delay in construction.
For DARPA, one of the major objectives of the self-healing minefield project is to eliminate the need for anti-personnel mines.
They then translated maps' minefield locations into layers within ArcIMS.
through "slow scans"), but honeypots in a minefield will be alerted.
LANDMINES that hop around to foil crews that clear minefields are under development in the US.
Residents gathered around the minefield but could only watch the tragedy a few hundred yards away from them.
But she couldn't stop thinking about those who were wounded or killed when they walked innocently into a minefield.
Implementing this SOP will be like walking through a minefield," said Robert H.
It turned out that the inner minefield marker had slipped down a slope and a patrol, thinking that they were skirting a minefield laid by the previous occupants (1PPCLI), were in fact inside the deadly area.
Together these volumes underline the fact that the recreation of historic interiors is a minefield in which the amateur can easily come to grief.
Tough Scots paratrooper Stuart Pearson - who had his left leg blown off as his best friend Mark died going to the rescue of mates trapped in an unmarked minefield in Kajaki in 2006 - also features in the movie.