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the amount of energy in an explosive
small column of high explosive between the detonator and the booster
one of the many possible ways in which a thing can be assembled
when a difference is noticeable
liquid that seeps out of an explosive
all the same mixture throughout the charge
able to absorb moisture from the air
electric charge in dry air or when things rub together
part of a rocket motor that supplies oxygen
low explosive that provides thrust for rocket motors or projectiles
easily influenced or affected
when one explosion sets off another explosion nearby
a hole in a rocket motor grain
burning action that provides a constant speed
the small charge in or next to a fuze
burning action in which a rocket motor speeds up
very powerful high explosive
category of explosives which includes those that detonate the entire amount even when just a small portion is set off
mass detonating explosives
explosion that results in some of the main charge remaining as unexploded
Low order detonation
category of those explosives that burn instead of detonate
device which amplifies the explosion of a primer in a fuze
type of explosive that makes a long, hot burning fire
chemical substance that does not have carbon in it
this is used to help a heavy jet get off the ground
sequence of explosive charges in which the final component burns instead of detonates
Low explosive train
explosive devices that simulate grenades or make light and sound
very powerful high explosive
high explosive discovered by Nobel
when a chemical is dangerous to your health
temperature at which an explosive detonates by itself
when an explosion has detonated to maximum power and all of the charge has exploded
High order detonation
device which is part electric and part explosive
when you have a mixture of different chemical substances but there is no bond between the different molecules
when you have two or more chemical substances that have molecular bonds together
ordnance that use poisonous gases
a high explosive main charge in a metal case
the way that a rocket motor burns
the shattering effect of an explosive
a chemical change in which the substances break down into simpler substances
the high explosive charge that sets off the booster
potassium nitrate, sulfur, and charcoal
charge between the detonator and the main charge
burning action in which a rocket motor slows down
when the quality of a substance is reduced over time
how you measure the quantity of explosives
sequence of explosive components in which the final charge detonates
High explosive train
category of those explosives that detonate
another word for detonating cord
to use the sunlight for making energy
to be able to read it
to cut off a person's arms or legs
initiating device that senses the presence of the target
stabilizing device on a bomb that slows it down
Retarding fin assembly
to fasten with small metal pins that press together
the pipes inside a bomb
to use a template and spray paint to put numbers and letters on a box
fastening device like the ones on a suitcase
a line that goes down the long part of something
a platform made from wood on which ordnance is stored
bomb used for training
special wire that when broken tells the user that someone has tampered with the device
a stream of air that hits the two sides of a cluster bomb case and helps to separate them
a cord, cable, or rope that when pulled, activates a switch
this is used to change a GP bomb into a GBU
bomb that contains propaganda on pieces of paper
information in written form on paper
important and relevant
bomb used to conceal troops or limit visibility
one piece of a string, rope, cord, wire, hair, etc. ; used for anything long, skinny, and flexible
place on a fuze where you can look to see if it is armed or not
label that tells you to be careful
permission to not do something that regulations say you must do
to spread two ends of something like a wire across something else
a small triangular block that you put behind a wheel to keep it from moving
a plastic or aluminum cover that has an aerodynamic shape
the most commonly used type of bomb
to consist of sharp angles like pieces of broken glass
having the shape of a cone
a pipe that has electric wires running through it
the propeller-like device that arms a fuze on a bomb
an electric switch attached to a lanyard which arms a bomb
to slow down
chemical munition dropped from an aircraft
weapon dropped from an aircraft that starts a fire; usually contains napalm
any device which follows a trajectory is said to be this
to have a shape that can go through the air easily
a fastening device that looks like a hairpin
to have a perfect airtight seal
an arming device which rotates and holds the detonator either out of line or in line with the booster
the desire for a moving object to continue moving
a GP bomb with moveable fins and a guidance system
aircraft dropped ordnance that makes a fire and spatters liquid metal
stabilization device on a bomb
all necessary components to fire a weapon system
marking painted on a projectile or bomb that indicates its contents
device which allows you to fit a 2 inch fuze into a 3 inch fuze well
unfavorable, not good for your plans
type of bomb that dispenses chaff
tiny bits of aluminum that when dispensed confuse the enemy's radar
a sticker; label with adhesive on the back
aerial dart loaded in some warheads
mixture of two or more metals
a cover around the outside of the fins of an FFAR which also serves as a shorting device
device in the guidance system of a missile that consists of rotating rings that sense movement
radiation with long wavelengths like heat
to be made by pushing liquid metal through a small opening
a thin wall or membrane that is easy to break
to make a sign illegible by scratching it or marring it
the rings of a gyroscope
when a fibrous substance has absorbed a liquid and the liquid then becomes hard thereby making the fiber stronger
proximity fuze for a missile
impact fuze for a missile
rockets launched from rocket launcher tubes
plastic device that holds the folding fins closed on an FFAR
missile that goes from aircraft to aircraft
missile that goes from the air to the ground
small piece of metal that fits into a female receptacle and then locks into place
lower than normal air pressure; almost a vacuum
when something which should be a perfect circle has been bent
Out of round
electric device that regulates the firing of FFARs from a rocket launcher
an electric device which provides communication between two other electric devices
little wheels that spin on the wings of a missile to prevent the missile from spinning as it flies
towards the outer edges around something
connecting wires by melting metal with a hot iron
heavy piece of metal on the rotor in a detonator safe fuze
when the nozzle of a rocket is made at an angle to provide spin
explosive device that focuses its energy in one direction
type of AIM missile
type of AGM missile
the conically shaped piece of metal tubing on the back of a rocket motor that lets the gases out
standard ARMY color
type of material used for the bodies of some missiles
the way a rocket gets it power to fly
device which creates a short circuit on an intervalometer so that the rockets won't accidentally fire
refers to the study of how to employ your troops and equipment
small arms ammo used by the military
device that warns of enemy soldiers infiltrating your area when they pull a trip wire
highly sensitive powder used in pyrotechnic simulators and for nighttime photography
explosive device buried just beneath the ground
a cartridge of ammunition
pyrotechnic device that provides warning, signal, or illumination on the ground by producing light and heat
handgun from which a flare is fired
1000 of these are in a meter; used to measure caliber
small arms ammunition with a charge that produces light so that you can see the trajectory
pyrotechnic device fired from the ground into the sky so that you can see the surrounding area at night
Ground illumination signal
kind of small arms ammo that makes a fire
fake ammunition used for training in the classroom
the diameter of the bore of a gun
the measurement for shotgun shells
fake ammunition used in the field to simulate firing real ammo
system of colors used to identify pyrotechnics
pyrotechnic devices launched from planes or helicopters to give a signal or warning
type of small arms ammo that penetrates armor
type of small arms ammo that has a solid bullet
hand launched explosive device
type of small arms ammo that penetrates armor and makes fire
another word for round of ammo
in general, any type of pyrotechnic that produces heat and light to give a warning or signal
type of pyrotechnic device which not only produces light and heat, but also sound and smoke to help warn or identify areas
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