Army engineers from the 107 Field Squadron in Birkenhead have helped to build the longest amphibious bridge ever made.
The 350 metre bridge in Chelmno in North Poland will be used by American, German and Polish troops to move armoured vehicles around the region.
They have assisted in its construction as part of the largest joint exercise in Europe since the end of the Cold War.
Here's Captain Simon Mayers from the North West based 75 Engineer Regiment..
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The days of driverless cars are almost upon us as big manufacturers are spending a lot of money developing an idea that would have seemed impossible just a few years ago.
And now the Isle of Man may be where such cars are tested. Manx officials believe it could bring investment from across the globe onto the island.
Our correspondent Rob Smith reports.
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