Common features to both types of regiment would include an organic sapper / pioneer platoon at the battalion/squadron level for mobility, countermobility, and survivability tasks.
This results in at least one silly scenario that requires catching an enemy tank crew's attention while sneaking a lone sapper in with a shaped charge, Private Ryan style.
Six of those commandos - the green beret, the sniper, the diver, the sapper , the driver, and the spy - are back from the original game, but three are new.
The MGS platoon, task organized with an infantry squad, a sapper squad, and an MEV, are tasked to standby with the first sergeant for CASEVAC.
Without tackling these issues, we will not see the necessary synergy between several seemingly disparate Army cultures: the sapper , the topographic engineer, and the MP.
During the Peninsular War in 1812 a permanent company of sappers and miners was established in the British army for the first time, and miners brought the siege of San Sebastian to a successful conclusion in 1813.
The bridge was destroyed five days later by enemy sappers , but too late.
This is extremely significant when you consider the reduction of the number of sappers in combat engineer companies.
A day before, a lorry carrying gasoline overturned and burst into flames, near a bridge where army sappers and technicians had already wired the leads to the dynamite.
They serve in a variety of roles: infantry shock troops, raiders, sentries, spies, sappers , and porters.