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Borders of Western Sahara: Mauritania - Western Sahara Border, Mauritania-morocco Border Crossings, Wall, 26th Parallel North
Chapters: Mauritania - Western Sahara Border, Mauritania-morocco Border Crossings, Wall, 26th Parallel North, 12th Meridian West, Ain Ben Tili, Bir Gandus. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 26. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without...
Chapters: Mauritania - Western Sahara Border, Mauritania-morocco Border Crossings, Wall, 26th Parallel North, 12th Meridian West, Ain Ben Tili, Bir Gandus. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 26. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The Berm of Western Sahara (also known as the Moroccan Wall is an approximately 2,700 km-long defensive structure, mostly a sand wall (or "berm"), running through Western Sahara and the southeastern portion of Morocco. It acts as a separation barrier between the Moroccan-controlled areas and the Polisario-controlled section of the territory that lies along its eastern and southern border. The structure goes by a variety of names, with Moroccan Wall and The Berm being some of those often used. Moroccan authorities prefer the latter. The fortifications lie in uninhabited or very sparsely inhabited territory. They consist of sand and stone walls or berms about three meters in height, with bunkers, fences and landmines throughout. Military bases, artillery posts and airfields dot the interior behind the wall at regular intervals, and radar masts and other electronic surveillance equipment scan the areas in front of it. The following is one observer's description of the Berm: Physically, the berm is a two meter high wall (with a backing trench), which rides along a topographical high point/ridge/hill throughout the territory. Spaced out over every five kilometers are a big, small and medium base, with approximately 35-40 troops at each observation post and groups of 10 soldiers spaced out over the distance as well. About four km behind each major post there is a rapid reaction post, which includes backing mobile forces (tanks, etc). A series of overlapping fixed and mobile radars are also positioned throughout the berm. The radars are estimated to have a range of b...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=622061
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