Military acronym which stands for Mine Clearing Line Charge (pronounced mic-lick) also referred to as the M58 Mine Clearing Line Charge. Fired from a special platform the MICLIC consists of a 300-400 foot rope with C-4 tied to it at various intervals. Once fired it travels through the air and lands in a straight line. The MICLIC is then detonated, which detonates nearby mines. It is normally used to clear lanes for tanks and APC so that they mar traverse through a minefield.
We needed to get our Bradley APC's through the minefield so the engineers fired a MICLIC into the minefield to clear us a lane.
by D4RK5T4R May 13, 2009