The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 22 (1944) > Issues > Issue 4 > Military Field Bridging Equipment
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Military Field Bridging Equipment

It is unfortunately impossible to give details of secret equipments, and this lecture is therefore mainly confined to the period prior to this War. It aims at describing the general problem presented to those engaged in the design of Military Field Bridging Equipments and the methods by which success is achieved. Thus in time it may form a background against which wartime developments will be seen in clearer perspective. Colonel S.G. Galpin

Author(s): Galpin, S G