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Army Engineers Build Floating Bridge – Multi-Role Bridge Company

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Army Engineers Build Floating Bridge – Multi Role Bridge Company

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Army Engineers Build Floating Bridge – Multi-Role Bridge Company

Troops from the Enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group Lithuania, the Enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group Poland, and the 15th Mechanized Brigade conduct a water crossing operation utilizing.

U.S. Army Engineers demonstrate their capabilities utilizing the Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB). The Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB) enables Soldiers to cross rivers, lakes, or other bodies of.

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At one of Lithuania's largest annual military exercises, Iron Wolf, distinguished visitors such as Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg view.

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Soldiers Construct Floating Bridge (Improved Ribbon Bridge)

Army Soldiers with 125 Multi-Role Bridge Company (MRBC), South Carolina Army National Guard slide sections of an improved ribbon bridge into the Olt River, near Voila, Romania while training with both U.S. Army National Guard, Active Army and Romanian Land Forces during the multinational exercise Saber Guardian 16.

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Iraqi engineers assemble float bridges

U.S. Army Soldiers with the 814th Multi-Role Bridging Company out of Fort Polk, La., and Iraqi engineers with the 15th Iraqi Army Division, assemble an improved ribbon bridge as part of Building Partner Capacity training in Baghdad, Nov. 20, 2015. This training will provide the Iraqi soldiers with freedom of maneuver and additional options for conducting operations. With the proper equipment and training, the IA will no longer be restricted to roads and will be able to cross any size river during operations. On Dec. 22, 2015, ISF used this exact bridge to cross the Euphrates River during their assault toward Ramadi, Iraq's city center.
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892nd Multi-Role Bridge Company construct bridge for Guajataca Dam

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Soldiers from the Puerto Rico National Guard 892nd Multi-Role Bridge Company construct a temporary bridge at Guajataca Dam.

Pontoon Bridge Launch, 671st Engineer Co. (MRBC)

The US Army Reserve's 671st Engineer Co. launches pontoon bridge bays into Sequalitchew Lake on North Fort Lewis, Joint Base Lewis-McChord

How the U.S. Army Crosses a River with Floating Pontoon Bridges

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The 412th Theater Engineer Command and numerous subordinate units converged on Ft. Chaffee Joint Maneuver Training Center in Fort Smith for the River Crossing Exercise-2014. The river crossing is the culmination of the two-week summer training period and spans a section of the Arkansas River approximately 300 meters wide just below Fort Smith.

Fort Chaffee Joint Maneuver Training Center is one of only three Department of Defense facilities in the United States where a navigable waterway passes through a portion of the installation thereby making it possible for engineers to conduct this type of bridging exercise.

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Soldiers Construct Floating Bridge (Improved Ribbon Bridge)

Soldiers Construct Floating Bridge (Improved Ribbon Bridge) First part of the video shows US Army Combat engineer building a floating bridge ( Improved Ribbon Bridge) to cross a river during a training exercise. Last part of the video (from 11:00) shows.

US Soldiers Building Bridge as Fast as Possible: Improved Ribbon Bridge in Action First part of the video shows US Army Combat engineer building a floating bridge ( Improved Ribbon Bridge).

Army Soldiers with 125 Multi-Role Bridge Company (MRBC), South Carolina Army National Guard slide sections of an improved ribbon bridge into the Olt River, near Voila, Romania while training.

Watch the Army Deploy an Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB)

The Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB) is used to transport weapon systems, troops and supplies over water when permanent bridges are not available, and thereby supports the Joint force commander’s ability to employ and sustain forces worldwide.

The bridge system allows two-way traffic for High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle-width vehicles and increased Military Load Capacity at all water current speeds over those of the Standard Ribbon Bridge. It is usable on increased bank heights more than 2.2 meters and the improved folding and unfolding mechanism avoids cable breakage. Partially disassembled bays are C-130 transportable and externally transportable by CH-47 and CH-53 aircraft.

The Improved Ribbon Bridge Float Ribbon Bridge System is issued to the Multi-Role Bridge Company (MRBC). The Army Modified Table of Organization and Equipment authorizes MRBC to consist of: 42 IRB bridge bays (30 interior bays and 12 ramp bays); 42 Bridge Adapter Pallets; 14 Bridge Erection Boats (BEB); 14 Improved Boat Cradles; and 56 Common Bridge Transporters (CBT). These assets collectively address Tactical Float Ribbon Bridge “wet-gap” bridging. All components are required to transport, launch, erect and retrieve up
to 210 meters of floating bridge per MRBC. The IRB can be configured as either a continuous full-closure bridge or assembled and used for rafting operations.

-BENEFIT TO THE WARFIGHTER-

The IRB allows for crossings of faster water with higher banks in contingency operations abroad and disaster relief and recovery efforts at home. It enables Soldiers to cross rivers, lakes, or other bodies of water in the absence of a means of crossing or in the event of an unreliable or damaged permanent bridge. The IRB provides commanders an important option to rapidly close distances and move critical capabilities and supplies by enabling formations to reliably cross gaps of still or moving water with currents of up to 10 feet per second.

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RAW VIDEO: Bowling Green-based Va. Guard engineers field new float bridge system

Soldiers from the Bowling Green-based 189th Multi-Role Bridge Company conduct training on the operation of the U.S. Army's Tactical Float Ribbon Bridge System Oct. 28, 2010, at Fort A.P. Hill. The training wrapped up a two-week fielding process where approximately 20 Soldiers from the company learned how to deploy the Improved Ribbon Bridge which can be used to transport weapon systems, troops and supplies over water when permanent bridges are not available.

The system consists of the Improved Ribbon Bridge interior and ramp bays, Propulsion Bridge Erection Boats and Common Bridge Transporters, and these components are required to transport, launch, erect and retrieve the floating bridge. The system can be configured as a fixed bridge to span a body of water or as a ferry to cross the water with the aide of the propulsion boats.

The Improved Ribbon Bridge replaces the Standard Ribbon Bridge and is faster and easier to assembly and provides greater capability in terms of carry capacity and width. The improved system is able to cross faster water currents and allows for two way traffic with heavier vehicles. When fully deployed the bridge will support the M1 Abrams tanks, the largest tracked vehicle in the Army's inventory.

(Video by Cotton Puryear, Va. Department of Military Affairs)
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671 Engineer Company (Multi-Role Bridge) Bridges Across The Arkansas River

The 671st Engineer Company (Multi-Role Bridge) bridges the gap across the Arkansas River at Fort Chaffee, AR during Operation River Assault 2013.

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US Army Build Bridge Fast Fixing Ribbon Bridge in Action

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How the U.S. Army Crosses a River with Floating Pontoon Bridges PART 2

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The 412th Theater Engineer Command and numerous subordinate units converged on Ft. Chaffee Joint Maneuver Training Center in Fort Smith for the River Crossing Exercise-2014. The river crossing is the culmination of the two-week summer training period and spans a section of the Arkansas River approximately 300 meters wide just below Fort Smith.

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362nd Engineer Company (Multi-Role Bridge) Gator raft-offs 07 April 2011

This is the best Engineer Company (Multi-Role Bridge) unit in action. They are testing their abiity to construct a 6 float raft under 20 minutes at the Chattahoochee River in Georgia, which is the Army standard. No other MRBC can perform the way we do and that is a fact!!! Tighten up, don't lighten up!!!

U.S. Marines Attend a Basic Combat Engineer Construct a bridge Course 2017

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U.S. Marines attending Basic Combat Engineer Construct a bridge at Marine Corps Engineer School, Camp Lejeune, N.C., Feb. 22, 2017. The Mission of Marine Corps Engineer School is to deliver approved engineer focused programs of instruction at the entry and supervisory levels in order to prepare officer and enlisted engineers for duty in the operating forces.


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US Marines - Improvised Ribbon Bridge

Marines with Bridge Company, 8th Engineer Support Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group build approximately a 1,000 foot bridge using Improvised Ribbon Bridges with Soldiers with 502nd Multi Role Bridge Company, Fort Knox, Ky., aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., July 30, 2013. Video by Cpl. Devin Nichols | 2nd Marine Logistics Group | Date: 07.30.2013

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CROATIA: US FORCES BUILD PONTOON BRIDGE ACROSS THE RIVER SAVA

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American forces in Croatia are poised to complete a vital pontoon bridge across the River Sava.

The final segment has arrived for the strategic crossing - and once completed, it will allow thousands of NATO troops to cross the river into Bosnia.

Getting across the River Sava is slow and cumbersome for these U-S troops based in Zupanja in Croatia.

The only way to make the journey across the river which divides Croatia and Bosnia, is by raft.

Getting across the Sava is proving a major obstacle to the advance of 1st Armored Division into Bosnia and the Tuzla area.

At the moment it's time consuming and while on the raft, the troops and their equipment make easy targets.

But armoured vehicles on the riverbank maintain a watchful eye.

Raft journey will soon be a thing of the past, with work on a pontoon bridge is all but complete.

American engineers have connected the first seven segments of the bridge.

Each of the segment is two metres (seven feet) high.

The river banks have been reinforced for the construction and today (Sunday) the last piece of the eight part structure finally arrived.

Once in place it will enable thousands of US troops to rumble into Bosnia aboard 60-ton battle tanks and armoured vehicles.

The bridge is expected to be completed by the end of next week.


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125th Multi Role Bridge Company sling load

The 125th MRBC from Abbeville, SC along with support from the CH-47 Chinook crews safely sling load and deploy a bridge erection boat.

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