Re: [GZG] Armoured utility vehicles and IEDs in SG/DS
From: "Robert Mayberry" <robert.mayberry@g...>
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 13:33:31 -0400
Subject: Re: [GZG] Armoured utility vehicles and IEDs in SG/DS
Yeah I realize it sounds strange. What I'm getting at is, is there a
fundamental physical difference between a mine and an IED? I mean
other than the fact that you only have a couple IEDs in a spot at any
given time vs a minefield. I wouldn't have thought that there was, but
from the discussion on the list and the proposed mechanics, it sounds
like there is a huge difference. Otherwise you could just say that an
IED is a one-shot minefield.
On 7/16/08, Eli Arndt <email@example.com> wrote:
> This question is an odd one. Isn't an IED, by its very nature,
> If you are designing a device to do the job of an IED, it's not an
> pretty much a mine or some other form of ED.
> IEDs can be effective, but they are the sort of thing used by
> that either don't have access to or a ready supply of more
> devices that do the same job. If you are a professional army with
> are unlikely to need or use IEDs.
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