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Iraq Ordnance Identification Guide 2004 - 00 - Cover TOC and General Info

Iraq Ordnance Identification Guide 2004 - 00 - Cover TOC and General Info

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Published by A.T.O
Volume 1 of 2
1 January 2004

Sponsored by OSD (SO/LIC) and funded by the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA)
The Iraq Ordnance Identification Guide supports the U.S. Department of Defense humanitarian mine action program. This guide provides information to facilitate international unexploded ordnance (UXO) awareness and identification. This guide is not intended for use by Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) technicians. Rather, it is designed for other personnel who, of necessity, are try
Volume 1 of 2
1 January 2004

Sponsored by OSD (SO/LIC) and funded by the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA)
The Iraq Ordnance Identification Guide supports the U.S. Department of Defense humanitarian mine action program. This guide provides information to facilitate international unexploded ordnance (UXO) awareness and identification. This guide is not intended for use by Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) technicians. Rather, it is designed for other personnel who, of necessity, are try

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Volume 1 of 2
1 January 2004
Sponsored by OSD (SO/LIC) and funded by theDefense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA)
The Iraq Ordnance Identification Guide
 
supports the U.S. Department of Defense humanitarian mine action program. This guide provides information tofacilitate international unexploded ordnance (UXO) awareness and identification.This guide is not intended for use by Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)technicians. Rather, it is designed for other personnel who, of necessity, aretrying to identify ordnance in the absence of trained EOD military professionals.
Prepared by the Naval Explosive OrdnanceTechnology Division
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
Soviet Ordnance Terms Page
Ammunition Filler Codes......................................................1General Ordnance Markings................................................2Projectile Suffixes................................................................3Soviet Projectile Weight Classifications...............................3Caliber of using weapons identified by third-component numbers of the model code............................4Model Markings for Mines....................................................4Typical Mine Markings.........................................................5Typical Bomb Markings.......................................................5Transliteration of Russian Alphabet.....................................6
Foreign Projectile Terms
Russian...............................................................................7Arabic................................................................................10Chinese.............................................................................16
Markings
Alphanumeric markings.....................................................19Graphic Symbols...............................................................23Map of Iraq........................................................................24
Safety and General Information
Bomb.................................................................................25Dispenser..........................................................................27Projectile...........................................................................28Grenade............................................................................30
Safety and General Information continued Page
Fuze..................................................................................32Rocket..............................................................................33Guided Missile..................................................................34Landmine..........................................................................36Naval Mine........................................................................39Depth Charge, Sound Signal & Marker..............................41Scatterable........................................................................42
Ordnance Information PagesVolume 1
Bombs.........................................................................1 – 46Dispensers, Clusters & Launchers...............................1 – 16Projectiles..................................................................1 – 211
Volume 2
Fuze/Firing Device.....................................................1 – 139Grenade.......................................................................1 25Rocket.........................................................................1 – 49Guided Missile.............................................................1 – 40Landmine.....................................................................1 – 37Pyrotechnic...................................................................1 – 7Misc Explosive Device...................................................1 – 7Naval Mine....................................................................1 – 7Depth Charge or Other Underwater...............................1 – 2Scatterable...................................................................1 – 19Weapons System..........................................................1 – 1
 
MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
This guide provides ordnance identification information for approximately 1200 ordnance items. The Iraq OrdnanceIdentification Guide supports the U.S. Department of Defense humanitarian
mine action
program. This guide providesinformation to facilitate international unexploded ordnance (UXO) awareness and identification. This guide is not intended for use by Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) technicians. Rather, it is designed for other personnel who, of necessity, are tryingto identify ordnance in the absence of trained EOD military professionals.
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Each weapon category is sorted by diameter (mm).
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Due to space restrictions, a maximum of seven (7) "ordnance used with" entries will be shown. On certain ordnance thislist will be incomplete.
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If available, the N.E.W. (Net Explosive Weight) is listed underneath the "ordnance used with" section.A special thanks to ARDEC EOD Technology Division (Foreign Ordnance Branch), NAVEODTECHDIV In-Country Exploitationand Imaging team members!
DISCLAIMER/WARNING
Demining/unexploded ordnance (UXO) clearance operations are extremely hazardous and subject personnel involved tosignificant risk of serious injury or death. By its very nature, UXO is unpredictable and each incident presents unique problemsthat cannot be addressed in a general guide. While this product provides the best available information for identification of ordnance, the developers accept no legal responsibility for damage or injury to personnel or property resulting from its use.The safe and effective use of the information in this guide assumes a certain level of technical competence in its targetaudience. At a minimum, users must be trained in general ordnance explosive safety and demolition procedures.Use this information at your own risk!

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