Fast Find Minefields

USING DRAMS EWS &

KYKLOTRON E3 L SENSOR SYSTEM SERIES

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In order to detect minefields ( not  to detect each land mine of a minefield, because this is not a process that DRAMS EWS does)  in a fast way

we must do some specific steps. 

Lets take an example.  A complicated area land , rivers and sea , full of land mines, sea mines, not blasted bombs, IDE's , ammunitions and generally any kind of explosives.  We call all of them by the term 'explosives'. 

 

FAST WAY means here that in a territory of    44 x 70 =  3000 square kilometers,  DRAMS EWS could be detected minefields in a month period

 

STEP 1

 

 

STEP 2

IDENTIFICATION  of  the main SUB - territories (areas)  for DETECTION - LOCALIZE,  RECORD  & ANY  PARTICULAR ATTENTION POINTS.

Those  'AREAS' are:

1. The ROAD AXIS 1-7-1 (UNIQUE)

2. The southern coastline 1-2-3  and the small island  (8)

3. THE INSIDE OF LAND Area.  THIS that the main road enclosed 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-1

4. The North East  COASTAL AREA 10-11-12-7

5. The  SOUTH COASTAL REGION 3-9-10

6. The SEA AREA (inside the white line.  A 20 Km from land area)

 

 * THE RIVER at SOUTH WILL BE CONSIDERED BY THE ACTION '2 ' (Sea Area Research)


STEP 3

Final Decision  about the PROPOSED METHOD OF DETECTION.     6 SUB- AREAS for detection - recording (1,2,3,4,5 and 6)


STEP 4
 

ACTION PROPOSAL WAY (PLANNING)

To solve this problem in a given unit of time (30 days)  in conjunction with another absolutely binding factor that  is the land (soil)  requires the creation (call it as ACTION 3) independent units.  In this approach - solution, conventionally we decide that each unit would be a team of  DRAMS EWS users.  Each unit would posses a DRAMS EWS controller system and  at least 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L and 2 KYKLOTRON E3 S sensor series systems.  EACH UNIT WOULD CONSIST FROM 2 persons at least.  For 24 hours work, the personnel must be 4 at least.

 

STEP 5


THE  ACTIONS
 (to take over)

ACTION 1: Detection - record of  explosives in the area around the unique road (Zone 2) axis *  1-7-1 and the interior zone 3 but and the river at south 1-2-3 (shown at next pictures).

ACTION 2: Detection - record of explosives in the other left  land area (1), (4) and (5) and the river to the North East  (10-11- 12-7).

ACTION 3: Detection - record of explosives in the sea  region (13-14 - 23-10 ...).

 

* (The roads are detected always first FOR LAND MINES AS A REFERENCE POINT FOR THE PERSONNEL )

 

STEP 6
 

OPERATION  DETAILS

 The operation could be accomplished in 30 DAYS, IF USE  THREE (3) INDEPENDENT 'UNITS'  (TEAMS).

TEAM '1 'Detection - record  of  explosives in the road and enclosed land division (Action 1)


TEAM '2 'Detection - record  of  explosives in  land area and river North East (Action 2)
 

TEAM '3 'Detection - record of  explosives in  the sea area (Action 3)

 

 

STEP 7


FINAL OPERATION ORDERS
 for ACTION '1 '(group '1')

The process could  be performed in 30 DAYS from ONE (1) INDEPENDENT  UNIT (GROUP '1 ') AS FOLLOWS:



 - 8 DAYS FOR ZONE '2 '.    MOVING  ON A VEHICLE  on the main road.

   A 2 KM RADIUS RESEARCH beam using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems.

-  22 DAYS FOR ZONE '3 '. MOVING  ON A VEHICLE  on small  roads or OTHERWISE.

   A 2 KM RADIUS RESEARCH beam using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems.

 

Such a route (> 80 km) in order to record requires a UNIT (team)  (2  or 4 people) for 8 days LONG. The research circles of  KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems would be 2 km radius , right and left of the road ( a zone   4 km x 88 km)

 

 

LAST DETAILS

The South East coast  1-2-3  is Possible a  moorland location  (next picture)
- It is particularly difficult point for routing.
- Must be reached  ( scanning  using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems)  from the road only.
-Emerging problem might  be on routing from shore on the stage of the SEA area action

 

 

THE INSIDE LAND AREA  1-2-3-4-5-6-7-1 MUST BE FULL OF  trench , JOB ORDER ARMS,  ETC
  - The area PROBABLY  has been bombarded
  - To the naked eye OUTSTANDING EVERYWHERE Broken
ARMOR VEHICLES, tanks , etc.
  -  GREAT POTENTIAL TO LEFT THERE AMMUNITIONS  of any kind.   FOR  THE  UNITS ARE  TREAD AS EXPLOSIVES AND THEREFORE ARE EXISTED  AS TARGETS ANYWAY.
A Gravel - road network EXISTS THERE,  but COULD be trapped in many points AND MANY WAYS.

ASSESSMENT
THERE MUST BE INFINITE buried
not exploded PELLETS AND BOMBS OF ALL TYPES, AND POSSIBLY IDE's &  MINES IN THE AREA.

PROPOSALS
 The routing will be done by gravel EXISTING ROADS WITH THE METHOD OF DETECTION  of a 360 degrees  (2 CIRCLES of 180 degrees, 
scanning  using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems  - yellow dotted line at next picture).

 

STEP 8


OPERATION ORDERS
 for ACTION '2 '(group '2')

The process can be performed in 30 DAYS from ONE (1)  INDEPENDENT  UNIT  (TEAM '2 ') AS FOLLOWS:

ACTION 2 "(group 2")


1 DAY FOR ZONE '1 '. VEHICLE MOVEMENT or walk to the central axis of  small ISLAND.
The routing will be done by THE METHOD OF DETECTION  of a 360 degrees  (2 CIRCLES of 180 degrees,  scanning  using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems  - black  line at next picture). 

The small island (8) and against peninsula is a separate path (3,5 km) and requires a team record (2 people) for 4 hours. The research circles  will be a 2 km radius.


6 DAYS  FOR ZONE '4 '. MOVEMENT IN VEHICLE  or OTHERWISE.
 The routing will be done by THE METHOD OF DETECTION  of a 360 degrees  (2 CIRCLES of 180 degrees,  scanning  using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems).


10 DAYS FOR ZONE '5 '. MOVEMENT IN VEHICLE or OTHERWISE.
The routing will be done by THE METHOD OF DETECTION  of a 360 degrees  (2 CIRCLES of 180 degrees,  scanning  using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems ).

* OUTSTANDING BALANCE of  13 DAYS WORK FOR THE WORKSHOP OF TEAM '2 '.
      This UNIT WILL STRENGTHEN THE WORK OF THE WORKSHOP TEAM '1'  OF MARINE RESEARCH. CONTROL will be the reserves of THE general order OFFICER OF THE PROJECT
.

 

STEP 9

3-9-10  AREA  ( COASTAL STRIP ) IS  LENGTH AND WIDTH OF 24 KM  IN  A WIDTH OF 1.5 TO 6 KM. ( next picture)
 - The area PROBABLY  has been bombarded
  - To the naked eye OUTSTANDING EVERYWHERE Broken
ARMOR VEHICLES, tanks , etc.
  -  GREAT POTENTIAL TO LEFT THERE AMMUNITIONS  of any kind.   FOR  THE  UNITS ARE  TREAD AS EXPLOSIVES AND THEREFORE ARE EXISTED  AS TARGETS ANYWAY.
A Gravel - road network EXISTS THERE,  but COULD be trapped in many points AND MANY WAYS.
 

 

ASSESSMENT
THERE MUST BE INFINITE buried
not exploded PELLETS AND BOMBS OF ALL TYPES, AND POSSIBLY IDE's &  MINES IN THE AREA.

PROPOSALS
 The routing will be done by gravel EXISTING ROADS WITH THE METHOD OF DETECTION  of a 360 degrees  (2 CIRCLES of 180 degrees, 
scanning  using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems .

 

 

STEP 10

The   10-11-12-7  AREA  is AN AGRICULTURAL REGION  West of the big RIVER stream, interrupt the  routing (no BRIDGES found). ( next picture)


 - The area PROBABLY  has not  been bombarded
  - To the naked eye OUTSTANDING  NO Broken
ARMOR VEHICLES, tanks , etc FOUND THERE.
  -  SMALL POTENTIAL TO LEFT THERE AMMUNITIONS  of any kind.   FOR  THE  UNITS ARE  TREAD AS EXPLOSIVES AND THEREFORE ARE EXISTED  AS TARGETS ANYWAY.
A Gravel - road network EXISTS THERE,  but corrupted from water canals. No bridges are found there.
 

There are large sunken ship
MOVEMENT IS GREAT ALL TYPES OF SHIPS IN RIVER
The maximum distance from the main road axis 1-7-1   IS    4,5 KM.
THERE IS A VILLAGE AND MANY  cottages.
 

ASSESSMENT
NO DETERMINATION OF buried
not exploded PELLETS AND BOMBS OF ALL TYPES, AND POSSIBLY IDE's &  MINES IN THE AREA.

PROPOSALS
 The routing will be done by gravel EXISTING ROADS WITH THE METHOD OF DETECTION  of a 360 degrees  (2 CIRCLES of 180 degrees, 
scanning  using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems .

 

STEP 11

 

ACTION '3 ' "(TEAM  '3'  or UNIT '3'")

 detection - Census of Marine walkway 13-14 - 22-23-10 ...

 

OPERATION ORDERS  for ACTION '3 '

The process can be performed in 30 DAYS from ONE (1)  INDEPENDENT  UNIT  (TEAM '3 ') AS FOLLOWS:

ACTION
3


1 DAY FOR ZONE '1 '. VEHICLE MOVEMENT or walk to the central axis of  small ISLAND.
The routing will be done by THE METHOD OF DETECTION  of a 360 degrees  (2 CIRCLES of 180 degrees,  scanning  using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems  - black  line at next picture). 

The small island (8) and against peninsula is a separate path (3,5 km) and requires a team record (2 people) for 4 hours. The research circles  will be a 2 km radius.


6 DAYS  FOR ZONE '4 '. MOVEMENT IN VEHICLE  or OTHERWISE.
 The routing will be done by THE METHOD OF DETECTION  of a 360 degrees  (2 CIRCLES of 180 degrees,  scanning  using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems).


10 DAYS FOR ZONE '5 '. MOVEMENT IN VEHICLE or OTHERWISE.
The routing will be done by THE METHOD OF DETECTION  of a 360 degrees  (2 CIRCLES of 180 degrees,  scanning  using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems ).

 

Sub-phase 1: Detection Zone 'A', 3 km  from  the shore (yellow line )

Second sub-phase: Detection Zone 'B' (8 km) from  the sea using a watercraft  ( black line)

Sub-phase 1: Detection zone 'C' (9 km) from   the sea using a watercraft  ( black
line)

 

PARTICULAR   ATTENTION   POINTS :

1. The walkability  of the  SOUTH coastline  is  very doubtful as  is a moor area  2-3-9-10

2. Hhigh probability that the materialists (MUD) of the RIVER at the WEST HAVE LARGE NUMBER seduced  SEA MINES AND MUST BE  IN-DEPTH  buried A LOT OF THEM.

 

OPERATION DETAILS  for ACTION  3  (next picture)

The process could  be performed in 30 DAYS from ONE (1) INDEPENDENT  UNIT (GROUP '3 ') AS FOLLOWS:


 - 20  DAYS FOR ZONE 'A '.    MOVING  ON A VEHICLE  near coast line or from coast line.

   A 3  KM RADIUS RESEARCH beam using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems.

-  5   DAYS FOR ZONE 'B'.  MOVING  ON
 the sea using a watercraft.

   A 4  KM RADIUS RESEARCH beam using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems.

-  5   DAYS FOR ZONE 'C'.  MOVING  ON  the sea using a watercraft.

   A 4,5   KM RADIUS RESEARCH beam using 2 KYKLOTRON E3 L sensor series systems.

 

 

... There are many ways to plan an operation.     Just  to remember ...

 

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