amphibious mine

amphibious mine

[am′fib·ē·əs ′mīn]
(ordnance)
A mine designed especially to hinder beach landing and river-crossing operations by damaging or destroying landing craft, small boats, water-fording vehicles, and floating bridges; it may be of various types, such as contact, controlled, or drifting.
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Two were the Marines' Joint Amphibious Mines Countermeasures (JAMC) and the Clausen Power Blade, both of which used remote-control bulldozers to plow mines aside.

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