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Cielos !, he pillado la Sursumsinitis.
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His graphic depiction of the Egyptian assault across the Suez Canal on 6 October 1973 is part of the October War Panorama in Cairo. Although it is overly dramatic and significantly compresses the time frame of the operation, it does show many of the elements that made Operation Badr so successful. On the west bank of the Suez Canal are the gigantic sand ramparts known as the Pyramids that dominated the Maozim with direct fire and any reinforcements approaching the canal: these positions commonly housed tanks, tank destroyers and Sagger ATGW teams. Above the canal Mil Mi-8 Hip helicopters ferry Egyptian commandos and Special Forces deep into the Sinai Peninsula to interdict Israeli reinforcements while below inflatable dinghies carry assault troops across the waterway as part of the initial attack. Much in evidence is the Soviet water-crossing equipment of 60-ton PMP bridging and 50-ton TPP motorized rafts as well as GSP rafts, DL-' aassault boats and K-61 amphibious trucks. In the foreground is the secret weapon that made the whole operation feasible. Powered by high-capacity pumps mounted on simple rafts, water was fed from the canal through high-pressure hoses that eroded the Israeli defensive sand barriers into a slurry of mud. A task that took approximately five hours depending on the composition of the sand and soil, rather than the predicted days by conventional means. Tank dozers and earthmoving equipment then fashioned the openings into negotiable sloping passageways that were lined with metal trackway to allow the rapid and continuous movement of tanks and vehicles into the Sinai Peninsula. The first breach was achieved by 1830hrs and by midnight some 60 passageways had been opened. The first floating bridge was completed by 2030hrs, just six-and-a-half hours after H-Hour. Within another two hours, all eight heavy bridges capable of carrying tanks and four lighter bridges for wheeled vehicles were in operation. It was an extraordinarily successful feat of combat engineering operation by any standards.
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