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Motto[ edit ] The Formation's motto, "Advance and Overcome" is derived from the Combat Engineers' fundamental role in providing mobility for advancing troops by overcoming all obstacles. The Combat Engineers believe they are advancing in terms of technology and techniques, overcoming adversities along the way - all part of their efforts to better fulfill missions of providing mobility, counter-mobility and ensuring survivability for the Army.
Insignia[ edit ] The gold colour stands for the sterling qualities of the Combat Engineers - their steadfast spirit and durable nature. The black is for their ability to provide continuous support throughout hours of darkness.
The castle is a symbol of the construction power of the Combat Engineers as seen in the bridges, fortifications, roads and obstacles often built by them. The interlocking bricks show the strength, endurance and high degree of teamwork required to accomplish engineer tasks.
The bayonet represents the offensive spirit of the Engineers in piercing the enemy defences, while the twin bolts of lightning stand for the destructive demolition power of the Combat Engineers. The presentation of The singapore identity was formed during signifies esprit de corps, pride and identity.
The sword, wings and anchor depicted the support given to the land, airborne and amphibious forces while the laurel and words formed a golden circle representing unity.
Structure[ edit ] The Combat Engineers formation consists of two headquarters, a training institute, five active battalions, and ten reservist battalions.
Each brigade of the army has an organic company of field engineers, deployed at the discretion of the brigade commander, while each infantry battalion has an organic platoon of pioneers to support battalion movement.
Unlike the usual infantry sections of seven men, a field engineer section consists of eight men. There are two specialists in a section, the section commander and the section 2IC.
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Typical Field Engineer tasks include demolition, fortification and the building of wire obstacles and minefields, while Plant Engineers operate heavy construction machinery. The battalion consists of three field companies and a Mechanized Equipment Company, and is responsible for the clearing of obstacles in the paths of advancing forces, the opening of main and alternate supply routes, and ensuring the mobility of the army's manoeuvre elements i.
They also construct obstacles to deny movement to the enemy during retrograde operations and field fortifications for the protection of friendly forces. In the past, many Field Engineers suffered backbone problems due to the need to carry heavy equipment. A field engineer company of around men would take seven hours to construct a bridge spanning more than 50 metres.
It was eventually replaced by the Foldable Longspan Bridge FLB inwhere 12 men require three hours to construct a metre span of bridge. Also used is the Cobra Projection Line Charge PLCa man-packed portable, rocket propelled minefield lane clearing charge used to clear infantry lanes through minefields.
Plant Engineers are known to operate commercial construction equipment such as excavators, shovels, bulldozers and cranes. It ensures that the SAF is equipped with the necessary mobility and counter-mobility capabilities so that troops are able to remain mobile and overcome obstacles in their missions.
Consisting of three companies, the battalion provides the transportation means in the form of float bridgesrafts and assault boats for the projection of combat troops and vehicles across rivers and water obstacles to facilitate troop movement.
Inthe battalion relocated to its current base at Seletar Camp. The battalion is known to use a variety of bridging equipment. One company is known to be a training company while the other is an operational company, with operational status rotating with each intake.
Each company is split into three platoons, namely two bridging platoons Alpha and Bravo and one watercraft platoon. Each raft consists of two rigs, which form a Class 60 raft or a float bridge when coupled together further. The M3G Float Bridges also require substantial bank preparation prior to breaching in.
The watercraft platoon operates civilian barges. In addition, the battalion houses a Boat company that comprises 4 platoons. The company specialises in rapid deployment and projection of combat troops across water bodies and coastal hook operations; which is an offensive maneuver executed by forces embarked in surface water craft using the coastal sea or river as an axis of movement, outflanking the enemy to accomplish the assigned tactical mission.
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By the war’s end, the colony was in poor shape, with a high death rate, rampant crime and corruption, and severe infrastructure damage.
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