A mobility kill (or M-kill) in armoured warfare refers to damage inflicted by a weapon on a vehicle that immobilises it, but does not totally destroy it, leaving the vehicle's crew able to use its weapons. Typically this term is used to refer to tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles that have their engines, tracks, or running gear damaged. Because of the mobile nature of modern warfare, such a vehicle is often effectively useless on the battlefield, but it may be salvaged, repaired, and brought back into action quickly.
The naked city: the Swiss Army's new Mount training facility in Walendstadt was inaugurated in the early morning hours of 20 September 2006 by the sound of gunfire and flash/ bang pyrotechnics echoing off the sheer valley walls.(What's Up?)
Dec 01, 2006; Until recently Switzerland has been training its infantry units in what were known as 'Infantry Training Centres', with training...