Mine Dump

#1
Chaps and Chapesses of the fine Royal Engineers. Being a poor and deluded infantry officer I am somewhat confused by this. I have been asked
what is the symbol for a mine dump?

As you chaps do, I would appreciate some help!
 

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#2
Joker said:
Chaps and Chapesses of the fine Royal Engineers. Being a poor and deluded infantry officer I am somewhat confused by this. I have been asked by the nearest and dearest what is the symbol for a mine dump?

As you chaps do, I would appreciate some help!
Can't say I have ever heard of one or used one.
 
#3
chimera said:
Joker said:
Chaps and Chapesses of the fine Royal Engineers. Being a poor and deluded infantry officer I am somewhat confused by this. I have been asked by the nearest and dearest what is the symbol for a mine dump?

As you chaps do, I would appreciate some help!
Can't say I have ever heard of one or used one.
Mines Dump chimera is a self contained, guarded area used to store all the mines , stores and equipment for the laying of a minefield, I however have never seen a NATO symbol for one but believe the Ammo dump symbol can be used as alternative. Dont quote me on that though
 
#5
ok...phew...i like a challenge... :wink: go to here http://images.military.com/ResourcesSubmittedFiles/Military_Symbols_Guide.pdf and scroll to page 106(on adobe). That is one symbol. Then you might want to look at page 51(on adobe) which comes under "composite logistic installation role indicators" (ruddy big gobful like) :? Which is used for mines and explosive...but more from a loggy point of view? The first example is probably the more accurate...anyone got a STANAG 2036 handy? :drool:
 
#11
fecking mines dump that cost me my two front teeth as a young sprong during concentration ex on soltau in 88.

left stick left stick..........crunch guided into a feck off tree. head onto cupola & two teeth less. result.

lucky it never affected my good looks :roll: :wink: :roll: :wink:
 

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