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EA:  BRIDGE_DESIGN

Status: STD 2005/06/07
Code: 193

Concept definition: The structural design characteristics of a <BRIDGE> or <BRIDGE_SPAN>.
 
Attribute value type: ENUMERATION
Reference type: IR
Reference: [FACC, Annex B: BDC]
Supplemental references:  

Enumerants (presented in a natural order)
Status Attribute label Enumerant label Concept definition Code Ref type Reference ▾ Supplemental references
STD
2005/06/07
BRIDGE_DESIGN BAILEY Steel bridge set assembled as panel <BRIDGE>s in single, double, or triple truss design; bailey. May be used to repair partially destroyed <BRIDGE_SPAN>s. A bridge set is portable <EQUIPMENT> designed to be assembled into a <BRIDGE>. 2 [APDS, "Bailey bridge"]
STD
2005/06/07
BRIDGE_DESIGN MLTRY_M60A1_EMPLACED-
_AVLB
A scissors-type AVLB approximately 18,3 metres (60 feet) long that has been emplaced by an M60A1 <ARMOURED_BRIDGE_LAUNCHER>. 11  
STD
2005/06/07
BRIDGE_DESIGN MTU20_EMPLACED_AVLB A twin-treadway box-type aluminum girder AVLB with a folding ramp that has an overall span length of 20 metres and has been emplaced by a MTU20 <ARMOURED_BRIDGE_LAUNCHER>. 16  
STD
2005/06/07
BRIDGE_DESIGN STATIONARY_BRIDGE A semi-permanent emplaced <BRIDGE>; stationary bridge. 19  
STD
2005/06/07
BRIDGE_DESIGN MEDIUM_GIRDER A specific type of hand-erectable, heavy-duty <BRIDGE> for tactical bridging in the forward main battle area; medium girder. 7 IR [F101-5]  

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