MOBILITY ‒ COUNTERMOBILITY CORRELATION IN MILITARY ENGINEERING
The movement and maneuver have been and will remain over time imperative requirements of military structures in the tactical field. Technological progress has offered high possibilities to maneuvering structures for maintaining their freedom of movement in the tactical field, simultaneously with interdicting/hindering the maneuverability of the opponent. The need to ensure increased mobility of own combat structures in the tactical field, led to the emergence of a new generation of combat engineer support forces, modular and standardized, with a doctrine in line with the requirements of the modern battlefield and especially with an increased adaptation and integration capability of external resource, in order to fulfill its specific tasks.
Keywords: mobility; countermobility; movement; maneuver; obstacles
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