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The contract is worth about Au250 million and consists of route clearance works at Winchburgh Tunnel, rail infrastructure works at Glasgow Queen Street and Edinburgh Waverley stations and platform extension works at Croy, Falkirk High, Polmont and Linlithgow.
Organisers of the procession have been directed to get the route clearance certificate from SHO of the relevant police station.
The Army wants to retrofit a portion of its tactical wheeled vehicle fleet with robotic brains so that unmanned trucks, not troops, are put in harm's way during resupply and route clearance missions.
The order also includes enhancing additional vehicle elements for improved survivability to provide Afghan National Security Forces with the capability to conduct route clearance missions with mine roller applications.
Pearson's aim is to provide route clearance units with a single vehicle capable to detect explosives and thereby proof routes while providing maximum safety to its threeman crew.
Many of the missions that the route clearance [companies] conduct are without pertinent intelligence like enemy threat analysis of the area of operations (AO).
1 million dollars, as well as 64 million dollars worth of route clearance vehicles, according to the GAO.
It also increases the ability of the route clearance package (RCP) to find and neutralize improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and provides direct-fire capability for the lead vehicle of the RCP.