How navies can adapt IED lessons for mine-countermeasures effort

Dealing with roadside bombs in Afghanistan and Iraq prompted the Army and Marine Corps to make major changes in their equipment, tactics, and force structure. Commander (Rtd) Thomas S. Reynolds of the U.S. Navy explains how navies can adapt many of these lessons and procedures for its own naval mine-countermeasures effort.

Reprinted from Proceedings with permission; Copyright © 2013 U.S. Naval Institute/

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