pontoon bridge

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pontoon bridge

[pänj′tün ′brij]
(civil engineering)
A fixed floating bridge supported by pontoons.
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One further detail is that forward control cabs are an advantage when manoeuvring in confined areas or when crossing narrow military bridges.
Therefore, expectation management and consensus building on engineer missions and priorities, from the removal of military bridges to general engineering construction missions, was a fundamental element to focus operations and maximize efficiency.
WFEL, based in Stockport, United Kingdom, is a world leader in the manufacture and design of tactical military bridges.
It makes products ranging from extinguishers, fire blankets and smoke alarms to fire engines, military bridges and closed circuit security cameras.
It makes products ranging from extinguishers, fire blankets and smoke alarms to industrial fire engines, military bridges and closed-circuit security cameras.
Defense Ministry Secretary General Hashim Meon signed two deals with joint venture companies involving Vickers Bridging System of Britain and France's Construction Industrielles de la Mediterranee to supply its army with five mobile military bridges.
The task force emplaced several military bridges over the Tigris River to provide mobility for military (both the 101st Airborne Division [Air Assault] near Mosul in the north and the 4th Infantry Division) and civilian traffic.
The battalion reorganized under the 937th Engineer Group and became responsible for traffic control, security of the bridgehead east of the Euphrates River, maintenance of existing military bridges, and construction of a second military float bridge.