Record of the 19th batch of construction engineering unit repairing patrol road in livihe

“This road has been in disrepair for many years, which has troubled us for a long time. I didn’t expect that Chinese peacekeepers would come to help repair it. Thank you very much!” Recently, near the “blue line” on the southern border of Lebanon, Ali Ali, a local villager from Youlu village, came to the construction site to express his sincere thanks to the Chinese peacekeepers. At the beginning of September, after the deployment of the 19th batch of Chinese construction engineering units to livi, China launched the first defense engineering construction task of the year, maintaining and repairing two common patrol roads of four units, including Italian battalion and polish battalion. < / P > < p > the two roads are located near the “blue line”. During the conflict between Lebanon and Israel, the two roads were greatly damaged, and mines were planted around them, which had a serious impact on the daily life of the local people. “The mountains along the road are blocked by barbed wire, and red triangle warning signs can be seen everywhere.” Wang Bing, commander of the three-dimensional building company, said that the roads were mostly earth roads with potholes everywhere. Especially in the rainy season, it will be more muddy and difficult to travel, which will greatly hinder the transportation of heavy engineering equipment, construction operation and logistics supply. < / P > < p > due to the extremely complex road conditions, the work quantity is much higher than the estimated. In order to finish the task before the rainy season, the unit adopted the shift operation mode of “people stop working”. Part of the construction section is extremely uneven, and the construction machinery needs to work on the slope of nearly 30 degrees, which is a great challenge to the operator’s fine operation ability. And one side of the road is a minefield. The nearest time, the excavator tire is only a few meters away from the minefield. For such an arduous task, it is very difficult to select team members. Song Haizhi, the excavator operator, has repeatedly carried out the tasks of training support, emergency rescue and local construction, and took the lead to gnaw down the “hard bone”. This time, he drove the excavator to carry out the construction in the way of “cross ditch operation”, which ensured the construction quality and effectively improved the construction progress. < / P > < p > in some sections where construction machinery is difficult to deploy, the team adopts manual operation. When building a new drainage system for a road, the team members encountered a culvert that had been blocked for many years, and the working surface was very small. To this end, we used tools such as engineering spades and steel chisels to dredge the culvert in time by adopting the operation mode of “digging in at both ends”. “When we go back at night, we have blood blisters on our hands.” Liu Lei, chief Sergeant IV, said that the completion of the road will not only improve the patrol conditions of the force in the rainy season, but also greatly facilitate the daily travel and animal husbandry and farming of local villagers. < / P > < p > “the more difficult it is, the more it can reflect the professional level of Chinese peacekeeping engineers.” As the project was about to be completed, the personnel of the force sincerely praised the Chinese peacekeeping officers and soldiers, “you are indeed a blue helmets pioneer who dare to gnaw hard bones!”