Engineering a solution

By Sgt. Jeffrey AlexanderJanuary 10, 2007

A Soldier keeps his weapon handy in case insurgents decide to disrupt his work.
1 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A Soldier keeps his weapon handy in case insurgents decide to disrupt his work. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Jeffrey Alexander) VIEW ORIGINAL
Insurgents will have a tougher time crossing the Tigris River with no more bridge.
2 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Insurgents will have a tougher time crossing the Tigris River with no more bridge. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Jeffrey Alexander) VIEW ORIGINAL
A sledgehammer is a handy tool when taking down a bridge.
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A crane is used to hoist the sections out for possible reuse later.
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The bridge was built in a modular design which facilitates efficient removal and later erection once the insurgent threat has diminished.
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