chemical, or other obstacles to slow, impede, or channel the enemy's movement. Scatterable mines
make an effective rapidly emplaced obstacle system. Infiltration attempts may be detected along
existing or reinforcing obstacles. Scatterable mines can be used to block the enemy's withdrawal, to
restrict his lateral movement, or to strengthen the obstacles.
Destruction. After the infiltration attempt is detected and delayed, the enemy must be destroyed as
soon as possible. This is done by air, land, or sea forces that kill, capture, or repel the enemy. Use all
appropriate available firepower and maneuver resources.