bottom mine
A mine with negative buoyancy which remains on the seabed. Also called ground mine. See also mine.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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  • Chen-5 bottom mine — The Sinking 5 (Chen 5) is a Chinese naval mine. It is a small bottom mine, like the Sinking 4 bottom mine and Drifting 2 drifting mine it was designed around the concept of People’s War of guerrilla warfare. It can be dismantled for easy… …   Wikipedia

  • Chen-4 bottom mine — Sinking 4 (沉 4, or Chen 4) bottom mine is a small Chinese naval mine with non contact fuses. It was jointly developed by the 710th Research Institute and the Eastern Wind Instrumentation Factory (东风仪表厂). This mine is the bottom mine counterpart… …   Wikipedia

  • Chen-3 bottom mine — The Sinking 3 (沉 3, or Chen 3) is a Chinese naval mine. It was is the successor of Sinking 2 (Chen 2) bottom mine, and it was jointly developed by the Vanguard Instrumentation Factory (前卫仪表厂) and Suzhou Maritime Machinery Factory (苏州船用机械厂) in… …   Wikipedia

  • Chen-1 bottom mine — The Sinking 1 (沉 1, or Chen 1) naval mine is the fourth type of naval mine entering Chinese service in 1966. It is a bottom mine jointly developed by the 710th research institute, the 152nd Factory and Fengxi Machinery Factory (汾西机器厂), and it was …   Wikipedia

  • Chen-2 bottom mine — The Sinking 2 (Chinese: 沉 2, Transliteration: Chen 2) bottom mine was the first indigenous designed Chinese naval mine that could adopt a range of fuzes, such as acoustic, contact, infrasonic, ultrasonic and magnetic fuzes. The project was… …   Wikipedia

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