While we have not definitively located the video, in one video tanks can be seen crossing a pontoon bridge into Ukraine.
You guard the pontoon bridge with a squad of Iraqi Army soldiers and a single interpreter.
Artillery and infantry ammunition, and pontoon columns of field-artilleryregiment, No. 5.
The bridge swayed, then caved in, where the pontoon had been struck and was sinking.
They were delayed several days in crossing the river, due to the failure of the arrival of the pontoon bridges.
Beyond the burning town was the river, crossed now by six pontoon bridges.
In their despair they prepared to leave the city on foot by crossing the pontoon bridge and marching toward the Dutch frontier.
I am pleased with you; but look—there comes a lady on our pontoon.
We halted by a pontoon bridge (2 on sketch), just out of range of the enemy's guns, and watched it for several hours.
The pontoon wagon was brought up, and unloaded by the side of the river.
"flat-bottomed boat" (especially one to support a temporary bridge), 1670s, from French pontoon, from Old French ponton (14c.) "bridge, drawbridge, boat-bridge; flat-bottomed boat," from Latin pontonem (nominative ponto) "flat-bottomed boat," from pons "bridge" (see pons). Pontoon bridge is first recorded 1778.