Rapid anti-personnel minefield breaching system
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The rapid anti-personnel minefield breaching system or RAMBS II is a British rifle grenade used to breach obstacles and clear minefields. It is designed to replace the Bangalore torpedo, offering a more effective and flexible alternative. When deployed, the RAMBS II will clear a path 60 metres long and 0.6 metres wide, compared to the Bangalore's cleared area that is 15 metres long and 1 metre wide.
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