Definition of irregular outer edge

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irregular outer edge

'irregular outer edge' is an military term. It means '(DOD,NATO) In land mine warfare, short mine rows or strips laid in an irregular manner in front of a minefield facing the enemy to deceive the enemy as to the type or extent of the minefield. Generally, the irregular outer edge will only be used in minefields with buried mines'.

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