How Do Mines Work?

The way mines work is hurt or destroy something or someone

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By: Brian Mazariegos , Reporter

The way mines work is to hurt or destroy something or someone, there are two kinds of mines there are anti-personnel mines and anti-tank or anti-vehicle mines. Mines or mostly used on the defend army or the army that is getting attacked, mines are for two purposes one is to make the opposing side to not go in a serration way that you don’t want them to go  the other ways is to cause high casualties to the opponent side by adding mines in a field or roads to delay and cause casualties and have the other side with a phycological blow without putting your own men at danger.

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