mine warfare forces (naval)


mine warfare forces (naval)
Navy forces charged with the strategic, operational, and tactical use of naval mines and their countermeasures. Such forces are capable of offensive and defensive measures in connection with laying and clearing mines.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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