(8) Width of travel way: The width of the stream bed that is capable of carrying vehicles or
personnel across the stream.
(9) Nature of the bottom: Note the type of material that is located on the bottom of the stream
(M-Mud, G-Gravel, C-Clay, R-Rock, S-Sand, and P-Artificial Paving).
(10) Depth of Stream: Report how deep the stream is. This is to be measured by stick, rope,
diving, or walking across.
o. Roadblock symbol: Used to report a road that is blocked.
(1) Road blocked completely: When the road is completely blocked by logs, rocks, vehicles,
mines, or large craters.
(2) Planned: Used for a location that has all the signs of a planned roadblock.
(3) Prepared: Used when reporting a location being prepared for a roadblock.
p. Underpass symbol: (see Appendix A, page A-6.) Used to report underpass locations.
Information on the left reports the minimum and maximum width of the roadway to include curbs and
sidewalks. On the right, report the overhead clearance of the underpass.
q. Railroad tracks: (see Appendix A, page A-5.) This symbol represents a railroad track.
r. Overhead obstruction: Used to report anything over the roadway. Remember that 4.3 meters is
the overhead clearance critical point. Anything less will be reported.
s. TITLE block: Used to record the following:
(1) Name and rank.
(2) Social security number (SSN).
(5) Map reference number.
(6) Scale of map.