UK Military Bridging

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Takes some reading but...

UK Military Bridging – Introduction
An introduction to the series

UK Military Bridging – Definitions and General Terms

A look at terminology and general requirements

UK Military Bridging – Early Days

From Edward I to Afghanistan with a diversion to ancient Greece and Rome

UK Military Bridging – World War I

Including the immediate post war period

UK Military Bridging – World War II (Far East)

Split into three campaigns, North West Europe, Italy and the Far East

UK Military Bridging - World War II (North West Europe)

Split into three campaigns, North West Europe, Italy and the Far East

UK Military Bridging - World War II (Italy)

Split into three campaigns, North West Europe, Italy and the Far East

UK Military Bridging – Post War

Immediately after WWII and the recent flooding in the UK

UK Military Bridging – Iraq and Afghanistan

Both recent theatres

UK Military Bridging – Load Classification

The specifics of how bridge load classification works

UK Military Bridging – Equipment – Floating Equipment

Equipment from the earliest pontoons to the modern M3 Rig

UK Military Bridging – Equipment – (Assault Bridging)

Ushered in by the emergence of the tank, assault bridging covers the equipment used from Cambrai to Iraq

UK Military Bridging – Equipment – (Construction Bridging)

Building bridges from scratch and improvised bridging

UK Military Bridging – Equipment – (Pre WWII Equipment Bridging)

The Inglis, Hopkins, Callender Hamilton, Large Box Girder and Small Box Girder bridges

UK Military Bridging – Equipment – (The Bailey Bridge)

The legendary technological marvel of the modern world and its modern descendants!

UK Military Bridging – Equipment – (The Medium Girder Bridge)

The Medium Girder Bridge or MGB

UK Military Bridging – Equipment – (Air Portable Bridges)

The Class 16 and Air Portable Ferry Bridge

UK Military Bridging – Equipment – (BR90 and REBS)

BR90, today’s bridging system and the Rapidly Emplaced Bridge System

UK Military Bridging – Equipment – (Trackway)

Bridging support equipment

UK Military Bridging – Look Back and Look Forward

A summary of the series
 
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Saves me having to dig out the Bridging manual
 

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