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........................ TABLE OF CONTENTS Page B-1 C-1 D-1 E-1 F-1 G-1 H-1 Q-1 T-1 Page ii iii iv v vi vi vii vii viii viii ix x xiii xix xxii xxvi Ordnance Bombs ........... Soviet Ordnance Terms Ammunition Filler Codes................................... Typical Mine Markings ........................ Dispensers ....................................... Markings.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Transliteration of Russian Alphabet .................................................................................................... Grenades ...................................................... Graphic Symbols ............................................... Model Markings For Mines ............................................ Chinese ................................................................... Arabic ......................................................................... Projectiles ....................................................................................... Naval Mines ...................... Scatterable............................................................. Projectile Suffixes ............................... FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY i ......................................... General Ordnance Markings................... Rockets.................................................................... Nomenclature-Caliber Relationships for Projectiles ..................................... Foreign Projectile Terms Russian ............................................................FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Table of Contents Description Introduction .............. Soviet Projectile Weight Classifications ................................... Guided Missiles........................................................................................................................................... Landmines ....................................................................................... Helpful hints about this book.............................................. Typical Bomb Markings ...........................

It also provides NAVEODTECHDIV with the opportunity to solicit feedback from field users. dimensions or other information is unavailable. please make a point of recording this information before items are destroyed and forwarding the information to NAVEODTECHDIV so that it can be included in the next release of the guide. Authorized holders of the AEODPS are expected to protect that information in accordance with its assigned security classification (due to compilation of information) until it has been officially reviewed and revised in accordance current security classification guidelines. The purpose of the guide is to provide ordnance identification information to ground troops. It should not be used for render-safe or disposal information or in-lieu of jointly approved publications. Authorized holders of this document are encouraged to protect this information as "FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY". or. are in the process of being declassified and/or downgraded in accordance in with current security classification guidelines.INTRODUCTION FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Introduction PURPOSE STATEMENT The Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division (NAVEODTECHDIV) generated this Operational Support Guide in support of the Joint Service EOD initiative in Iraq. For ordnance items where color photos. but provides a quick reference for users when computer or other resources may prove to be cumbersome. NOTE Portions of information contained within this document were derived from Classified AEODPS source publications which have been declassified. ii FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY .

Please refer to AEODPS for a complete list. the image may show US measurements followed by metric conversion. Classified items are not contained in this book. FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY iii . Fuzes are included in each weapon category. “Used with” list has been truncated. not all of the ordnance items are listed in the “Ordnance used with” section (see example below). Please refer to AEODPS for a complete list. Classified items are not listed in the “Ordnance used with” section.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Helpful Hints about this book… · · · · · HELPFUL HINTS Each weapon category is sorted by diameter (mm). Based on image source. Due to space limitations.

60% TNT Pressed) Amatol (80% Ammonium Nitrate. 60% TNT Pressed) RDX 94%. Dinitronapthalene 50% TNT with spotting charge TNT sulfite Schneiderite (Ammonium Nitrate 88%. Napthalene 12%) Schneiderite and TNT White and Yellow Phosphorus Mustard gas (H) Lewisite gas (L) Phosgene gas (CG) Adamsite gas (DM) Hydrogen Cyanide gas (AC) Sarin gas (GB) Lewisite gas (L) Soman gas (GD) Mustard gas (H) Mustard/Lewisite mixture (H+L) iv FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . RDX) RDX 30% Incendiary Picric Acid TNT. Hexogen (RDX) 70% TNT 50%. Aluminum 20% TNT 60%. Dinitrobenzene 20% HMX HMX 95%. 10% TNT) TNT (40% Ammonium Nitrate. Wax 3% RDX with unknown suffix “Ï=P” Dinitrobenzol Dinitrobenzene and TNT Hexogen (cyclonite. Aluminum 23%. Wax 5% TNT 42%. Dinitronapthalene 58% TNT 50%. Wax 4% RDX 78%. RDX TNT 70%. RDX 30% TNT and RDX TNT 30%. Dinitrobenzene 30% TNT 80%. Aluminum 15%. Aluminum 19%. 60% TNT) Amatol (40% Ammonium Nitrate.SOVIET ORDNANCE TERMS Ammunition Filler Codes Marking FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Marking À À-40 ÀÒ-40 À-80 ÀÒ-90 ÀÒÔ 40 À-IX-1 À-IX-2 À-IX-20 À-IX-Ï ÄÁ ÄÁÒ Ã ÃÀÈ-30 Ç Ì ÌÑ Ê-1 Ê-2 ÎÊÒÎÃÅÍ ÎÊÔÎË ÎÊÒÎË ÎË ÏÂÂ-5À Meaning Amatol (100% Ammonium Nitrate) Amatol (40% Ammonium Nitrate. wax 5% (normal composition) HMX and TNT HMX 95%. RDX 40%. Aluminum. Hexogen (RDX) 50% TNT 40%. Wax 6% RDX 73%. wax 5% (normal composition) Plastic Explosive Ò Ò-80 ÒÃ ÒÃ-30 ÒÃ-50 ÒÃÀÔ-5 ÒÃÀÃ-5 ÒÄ-42 ÒÄ-50 ÒÄÓ ÒÑ Ø ØÒ P-4 P-5 PC PÞ P-15 P-2 P-35 P-43 P-55 P-74 PK-7 Meaning Trotyl (TNT) TNT 70%. 20% TNT) Amatol (90% Ammonium Nitrate. RDX 20%.

Incendiary Fragmentation. High Explosive. Tracer Fragmentation. Tracer Fragmentation. High Explosive Concrete-Piercing Fragmentation (launched grenades) Fragmentation. Tracer Fragmentation.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY General Ordnance Markings Cyrillic Cyrillic SOVIET ORDNANCE TERMS Meaning Armor-Piercing. Tracer Armor-Piercing. High Explosive. Incendiary (improved) Armor-Piercing. Incendiary Tracer Armor-Piercing Discarding Sabot (fin or Spin Stabilized) HEAT Spin Stabilized HEAT Fin Stabilized Smoke Target Marker Smoke Fragmentation (Oskolochno) High Explosive (Fugaasnymi) Fragmentation. Gas ÏÁP ÏÃ ÏÓ ÐÏÎ C CÏ Ø Ù X ÈÍÅÐÒ ÌÀÊÅÒ ÎÑÊÎË ÏÐÀÊÒ English PBR PG PU RPO S SP Sh Shch Kh INERT MAKET OSKOL PRACT FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY v . Incendiary Armor-Piercing. Armor-Piercing Shrapnel Canister Gas Inert Model Fragmentation Practice A Á Ç P ÁP ÁÇ ÁÇA ÁÇP ÁM ÁÏ ÁÊ Ä ÄÖ O Ô OÔ Ã OÃ OÔP OÔÇT OP OÇ OX English A B Z R BR BZ BZA BZR BM BP BK D DTs O F OF G OG OFP OFZT OR OZ OKh Meaning Propaganda or fragmentation Armor-Piercing Incendiary Tracer Armor-Piercing. Target Practice HEAT (launched grenades) Target Practice Infantry Flame Weapon Illumination Solid Shot. Incendiary.

33% to 3% below standard 1.33% to 1% below standard 0.33% above standard 2.33% to 1% above standard 1% to 1.66% below standard 0.33% to 3% above standard Greater than 3% above standard vi FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY .33% below to 0.SOVIET ORDNANCE TERMS Projectile Suffixes Cyrillic English A B D DU Zh K M H P PK S SP U UM FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Soviet Projectile Weight Classifications Symbol Meaning A Á Ä ÄÓ Æ K M Í Ï ÏK C CÏ Ó ÓM Meaning Cast Iron Improved Projectile (Mostly AP Types) Improved Projectile (Mostly AP Types) Improved Projectile (Mostly Frag Types) Sintered Iron Rotating Band Improved Projectile (Mostly AP Types) Usually HEAT Projectile (Copper Liner) Improved Projectile (Mostly Frag) Usually Improved HVAP Projectile Usually Improved HVAP Projectile Improved HEAT Projectile Improved AP Projectile Usually Improved AP Projectile Improved HEAT Projectile ËÃ ------H + ++ +++ ++++ TÆ Greater than 3% below standard 2.33% above standard 0.33% below standard 1% to 1.66% to 2.66% above standard 1.66% to 2.

FAE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Nomenclature-Caliber Relationships for Projectiles 1st and 2nd Digit of Nomenclature 13 16 24 27 28 34 35 36 41 42 46 47 48 50 52 53 54 57 62 67 83 84 84 Cyrillic Caliber 25 37 45 57 57 76 85 100 107 122 107 122 130 152 152 152 152 180 203 280 82 107 120 SOVIET ORDNANCE TERMS Model Markings For Mines Meaning Large or Paper Fuze Wooden Electrical Obstacle Shaped Charge Mine. High Explosive. or Improved Anti-Handling. or Dropped Chemical Clockwork or Timer Tilt Rod Box (Old Designation) or Anchored Water Á B Ä Ý Ç K M Í O Ï C T Ó Ô Õ × Ø ß P English B V D E Z K M N O P S T U F Kh Ch Sh Ya R EXAMPLE: OF-412=Fragmentation. 100mm FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY vii . Metal. or Directional Fragmentation or Obstacle Anti-Personnel or Plastic Self Destruct or Booby-Trap Anti-Tank Training Explosive. Tread Operated.

Frag-HE Semi-Armor Piercing Armor Piercing Anti-Tank Light-Case Blast Fragmentation Incendiary Container (Cluster) Chemical Toxic Smoke Incendiary Smoke Fuel Air Explosive Photo Flash Marker Float Propoganda Rocket Assisted Frag-Chemical Flare Leaflet viii FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . High Explosive General Purpose.SOVIET ORDNANCE TERMS Typical Mine Markings Cyrillic English MVZ YaM MPM EkhZ ChZ MVCh UV MVSh OZM TMD-B ZT MUV TMK PMD POMZ PMN VPF TMB TM MV MVM MVN TMN MON FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Typical Bomb Markings Cyrillic MBÇ ßM MÏM ÝXÇ ×Ç MB× ÓB MBØ OÇM TMÄ-Á ÇT TMK TMK ÏMÄ ÏOMÇ ÏMH BÏÔ TMÁ TM MB MBM MBH TMH MOÍ Meaning Mine Fuze Pressure Operated Anti-Tank Mine Wooden (Old Designation Mine-Bullet-Improved Electric Chemical Fuze Clockwork/Timer Fuze Clockwork Mine Fuze Pull Fuze Mine Fuze Tilt-Rod Fragmentation Obstacle Mine Anti-Tank Wooden Cased Time Fuze Igniter Mine Fuze Pull Anti-Tank Mine With Shaped Charge Anti-Personnel Mine Wooden Cased Anti-Personnel Mine Obstacle Anti-Personnel Mine Tread Operated All Ways Acting Fuze Anti-Tank Mine Paper Cased Anti-Tank Mine Mine Fuze Pressure Operated Mine Fuze Improved Mine Fuze Magnetic Influence Anti-Tank Mine With Anti-Handling Fuze Mine Fragmentation Directional ÔAÁ ÎÔAÁ ÁÐAÁ ÁÅÒAÁ ÏÒAÁ ÌAÁ ÀÎ ÇAÁ PPAÁ ÕAÁ ÊÐAÁ ÄAÁ OÄAÁ ÔOTAÁ AHAÁ AÁ ÄÑ AOX ÑAÁ ÀÃÈÒAÁ English FAB OFAB BRAB BETAB PTAB MAB AO ZAB RRAB KhAB or ChAB KRAB DAB ODAB FOTAB ANAB AB DS AOKh or AOCh SAB AGITAB Meaning General Purpose.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Transliteration of Russian Alphabet SOVIET ORDNANCE TERMS Reference: 60D-35-1-1 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY ix .

FOREIGN PROJECTILE TERMS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Russian x FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY .

Continued FOREIGN PROJECTILE TERMS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY xi .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Russian .

FOREIGN PROJECTILE TERMS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Russian .Continued xii FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY .

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Arabic FOREIGN PROJECTILE TERMS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY xiii .

FOREIGN PROJECTILE TERMS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Arabic .Continued xiv FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY .

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Arabic .Continued FOREIGN PROJECTILE TERMS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY xv .

FOREIGN PROJECTILE TERMS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Arabic .Continued xvi FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY .

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Arabic .Continued FOREIGN PROJECTILE TERMS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY xvii .

Continued xviii FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY .FOREIGN PROJECTILE TERMS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Arabic .

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Chinese FOREIGN PROJECTILE TERMS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY xix .

Continued xx FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY .FOREIGN PROJECTILE TERMS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Chinese .

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Chinese .Continued FOREIGN PROJECTILE TERMS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY xxi .

MARKINGS AlphaNumeric Markings 9M AA AK AMA AMC APX ARF ARGES ARS AS AS ASS AT ATM AZDM AZZ BAE BCK BCK BK BL BMP BPD BR BR BRP BT C FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY AlphaNumeric Markings CAA CIS CSA CSS CSSC DM DM DYNAMITE NOBEL EAB ECIA ECN ECP EF EHD EM ET ET EURO EVR F F F FAB FB FB FERRANTI FFR FFV FL FMK Country CHINA SINGAPORE CHINA CHINA CHINA GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC POST WWII) GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC POST WWII) GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC POST WWII) FRANCE SPAIN FRANCE FRANCE SINGAPORE BELGIUM CHINA CHINA USSR NETHERLANDS CZECHOSLOVAKIA CHILE SWEDEN USSR USSR CHILE ITALY UNITED KINGDOM SWEDEN SWEDEN NETHERLANDS ARGENTINA Below is a list of common AlphaNumeric markings that may be found on ordnance. Country USSR USSR NETHERLANDS DENMARK FRANCE FRANCE ITALY AUSTRIA FRANCE FRANCE USSR FRANCE USSR NORTH KOREA GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC POST WWII) GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC POST WWII) UNITED KINGDOM GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC POST WWII) GERMANY (PRE WWII) USSR FRANCE BELGIUM ITALY SPAIN USSR SPAIN FRANCE CANADA xxii FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY .

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY AlphaNumeric Markings FN FROG FrSv FUI GIAT H HBS HP IMB IMI JNS KAAKAA KB KV/YU KY/KU L LOS LU LUL M M M M M M M M M M M M.Md1 Country BELGIUM USSR CZECHOSLOVAKIA FRANCE FRANCE FRANCE UNITED KINGDOM AUSTRIA UNITED KINGDOM ISRAEL NETHERLANDS EGYPT YUGOSLAVIA YUGOSLAVIA YUGOSLAVIA UNITED KINGDOM GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC POST WWII) FRANCE FRANCE BELGIUM CHILE ISRAEL ITALY SOUTH AFRICA SPAIN SWEDEN SWEDEN SWEDEN SWEDEN YUGOSLAVIA FRANCE AlphaNumeric Markings MA MA MAUSER MCR MDH MK MK MK MK MK MK MKE MKS MKS MLE MN MOD MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MP MPA MR MVA Country MARKINGS BELGIUM NETHERLANDS GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC POST WWII) BELGIUM VIETNAM FRANCE ISRAEL ITALY PAKISTAN SWEDEN UNITED KINGDOM TURKEY ISRAEL UNITED KINGDOM FRANCE ITALY TURKEY AUSTRIA BELGIUM EGYPT FRANCE FRANCE GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC POST WWII) ITALY SPAIN SWEDEN SWITZERLAND CHINA BELGIUM FRANCE SWEDEN FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY xxiii .

NR NR NWN NZ O OF OF OZM OZT P P PBR PDB PDM PDM PI PI P-ISV PL PMA PMA PMP PO POM Country FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY AlphaNumeric Markings PP PPD PP-MI PRB PRB PROM PS PSM PSV PT PT-MI R77 RBK RBS RHEIMENTALL RKV RKVDIR RMS RO RTE RYN S S S SA SAE SC SET SM SNILA SOL Country CZECHOSLOVAKIA NORWAY CZECHOSLOVAKIA BELGIUM NETHERLANDS YUGOSLAVIA SOUTH KOREA BULGARIA CZECHOSLOVAKIA CZECHOSLOVAKIA CZECHOSLOVAKIA PHILIPPINES USSR SWEDEN GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC POST WWII) SWITZERLAND SWITZERLAND FRANCE CZECHOSLOVAKIA FRANCE FRANCE ITALY SINGAPORE USSR USSR FRANCE FRANCE USSR FRANCE ITALY ISRAEL CZECHOSLOVAKIA EGYPT GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC POST WWII) GERMANY (PRE WWII) AUSTRIA ISRAEL UNITED KINGDOM BELGIUM NETHERLANDS NETHERLANDS CZECHOSLOVAKIA USSR CZECHOSLOVAKIA USSR USSR CZECHOSLOVAKIA ITALY PAKISTAN BELGIUM SPAIN BULGARIA USSR GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC POST WWII) GERMANY (PRE WWII) CZECHOSLOVAKIA CHINA CZECHOSLOVAKIA YUGOSLAVIA GERMANY (PEOPLES REPUBLIC POST WWII) SPAIN YUGOSLAVIA xxiv FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . NO.MARKINGS AlphaNumeric Markings MZ NASR NICO NICO NO. NO.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY AlphaNumeric Markings SPRA SS SS TAAS TAM TECTEL TMA TMA TYPE TYPE TYPE TYPE TYPE TYPE UMR UPM UT UTI UTM UTU V V VS W WALLOP YAM ZAB Country UNITED KINGDOM FRANCE USSR ISRAEL FINLAND SOUTH AFRICA CZECHOSLOVAKIA YUGOSLAVIA CHINA DENMARK FRANCE GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC POST WWII) GERMANY (PRE WWII) JAPAN YUGOSLAVIA YUGOSLAVIA YUGOSLAVIA YUGOSLAVIA YUGOSLAVIA YUGOSLAVIA FRANCE USSR ITALY SPAIN UNITED KINGDOM USSR USSR MARKINGS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY xxv .

xxvi FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY .MARKINGS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Below are common graphic symbols and markings found on ordnance.

Downwind hazard areas should be calculated. after pistol is removed from bomb.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY BOMBS INTRODUCTION: · · · · · · · · Positively identify the bomb. Tail sections may conceal a fuze. lanyard adjusters. Nose fuzes may be unidentifiable after impact. Do not move/jar a bomb. Tail sections may break away during impact altering appearance. Removal may function the detonator if explosive salts have formed between the detonator and the pistol. be badly damaged. fuzes may contain a hung cocked striker. and acoustic precautions during the approach and continue to observe until it is ascertained that the precautions are not present. photoflash composition. Detonators are sensitive to heat. · · CHEMICAL: · · · · · · Large carrier bombs may contain linear cutting charges/central bursters. pull or cut arming lanyards. such as lanyard lock. and longdelay fuzes is a priority. and friction. FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . EOD CONSIDERATIONS HIGH EXPLOSIVE/FRAGMENTATION: · · · · Observe magnetic. antidisturbance device. if attached. shock. Do not turn arming vanes. Do not remove fuzes by hand on picric acid filled bombs. Observe safety precautions for the applicable fuze(s) during fin removal. Identification of fill is vital before EOD action. or attempt fuze removal except in fuze RSP's. or incendiary material. Most are thin-walled and therefore liable to rupture leaking contents. or explosive salts may have formed between the detonator and the pistol. Presuppose the most dangerous fuze(s) installed if visual recognition cannot be performed. SAFETY: · · · · · · · Do not move/jar except by remote means unless permitted by RSP. etc. Do not remove a United Kingdom tail pistol by hand if it has been in the bomb in excess of 14 days. the fuze may start or resume functioning. Protective works should be considered before demolition. Do not use fuze-related accessories. or attempt EOD procedure until determination of fuzing type. closure ring/closure plug as positive identification features. Leak sealing and packaging may be necessary. or unremovable. electronic multifunction. Recognition of anti-disturbance. The firing pin may be embedded in the detonator. Do not pack a fuze well with plastic explosive if the well contains a detonator. Thermal coating will attenuate the power of demolition charges. Do not attempt to separate the detonator from the pistol. fuze removal could detonate the bomb if salts are present. Do not drop/jar a fuze. or may release a hung cocked striker. seismic. HE-filled bombs may have rocket motors or fillers such as chemical agents. insert safety pins or pop-out pins. Personnel Protective Clothing and breathing apparatus may be required. Tail sections may incorporate hazardous components such as ejection charges and powerful springs.

60A-1-1-22 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . Non-stabilized incendiary bombs may use all-ways acting fuzes. Do not manually remove a fuze from a photoflash bomb. References 60B-2-1-1. When loose photoflash powder is observed. and may detonate the bomb if pinched in the threads. The bomb burster charge or photoflash powder may be in the fuze threads. and with even greater care than conventional explosiveloaded bombs.BOMBS PYROTECHNIC: · FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY · · Photoflash bombs must be handled with the same care as black powder. stop all work until the loose powder has been desensitized and the leaking bomb has been removed from the operating area.

TAIL. 83. 84 GUIDE BOMB UNITS: GBU-10/B & GBU-10A/B GUIDE BOMB UNITS: GBU-12/B & GBU-12A/B GUIDE BOMB UNITS: GBU-16/B PRACTICE BOMBS: BDU-45/B FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B-1 . M905 a a a B-2-3-27 Ordnance used with: BOMBS: BLU-82B BOMBS: M117 SERIES & M118 BOMBS: M121 BOMBS: MKS 81.S. 82. ELECTRIC.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. SHORT DELAY. IMPACT. 83. 84 CHEMICAL BOMB: MC-1 GUIDED BOMB UNITS: GBU-10/B & GBU-10A/B a U.S. TAIL. MK 344 MOD 0 a a a B-2-3-49 Ordnance used with: BOMBS: M117 BOMBS: MKS 81. BOMB FUZE. 82. BOMB FUZE.

83. 83.S. 84 GUIDE BOMB UNITS: GBU-10/B & GBU-10A/B GUIDE BOMB UNITS: GBU-12/B & GBU-12A/B GUIDE BOMB UNITS: GBU-16/B PRACTICE BOMBS: BDU-45/B FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B-2 . MK 376 MOD 0 a a a B-2-3-49 Ordnance used with: BOMBS: M117 BOMBS: MKS 81. ELECTRIC.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. BOMB FUZE.S. 82. TAIL. TAIL. ELECTRIC. BOMB FUZE. 82. 84 GUIDE BOMB UNITS: GBU-10/B & GBU-10A/B GUIDE BOMB UNITS: GBU-12/B & GBU-12A/B GUIDE BOMB UNITS: GBU-16/B PRACTICE BOMBS: BDU-45/B a U. MK 344 MOD 1 a a a B-2-3-49 Ordnance used with: BOMBS: M117 BOMBS: MKS 81.

-10G/B. AND MK 84 BLUS:BLU-110A/B AND BLU-111A/B GBUS:-12B/B. MK 82. FMU-139A/B AND FMU-139B/B a a B-2-3-62 Ordnance used with: BOMBS:M117-SERIES BOMBS:MK 81. AND -10J/B GBUS:GBU-12/B. NOSE AND/OR TAIL.-10E/B. -12C/B. -10D/B. AND -12D/B GBUS:GBU-10C/B. AND -10J/B GBUS:GBU-12/B. MK 82.S.S. -12C/B. AND MK 84 BLUS: BLU-110A/B AND BLU-111A/B GBUS:-12B/B. NOSE AND/OR TAIL.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. -10G/B. a IMPACT. ELECTRONIC. BOMB FUZES. ELECTRONIC. IMPACT. -12A/B. -12A/B.MK 83. AND-12D/B GBUS:GBU-10C/B. a U. BOMB FUZE. MK 83. a FMU-139/B a a B-2-3-62 Ordnance used with: BOMBS:M117-SERIES BOMBS:MK 81.-10H/B.-10E/B.-10H/B. FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B-3 . -10D/B.

BOMB FUZE. MK 83. BOMB FUZE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. MK 82. MK 84 DISPENSER: SUU-30 SERIES GBU-12B/B GUIDED BOMB UNITS: GBU-10/B & GBU-10A/B GUIDED BOMB UNITS: GBU-10C/B a U. MK 83. MK 84 DISPENSER: SUU-30 SERIES GBU-12B/B GUIDED BOMB UNITS: GBU-10/B & GBU-10A/B GUIDED BOMB UNITS: GBU-10C/B FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B-4 .S. MK 82. NOSE & TAIL.S. FMU-26A/B a a a B-2-3-40 Ordnance used with: BOMBS: M117 SERIES & M118 BOMBS: MK 81. FMU-26/B a a a B-2-3-40 Ordnance used with: BOMBS: M117 SERIES & M118 BOMBS: MK 81. MULTIPURPOSE. MULTIPURPOSE. NOSE & TAIL.

MK 84 DISPENSER: SUU-30 SERIES GBU-12B/B GUIDED BOMB UNITS: GBU-10/B & GBU-10A/B GUIDED BOMB UNITS: GBU-10C/B a U. MK 339 MODS 0 & 1 a a a B-2-3-5 Ordnance used with: DISPENSERS: M129 & MJU-1/B DISPENSERS: MK 7 DISPENSERS: SUU-30 DISPENSERS: SUU-49 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B-5 . NOSE. MT.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. NOSE & TAIL. MULTIPURPOSE. MK 83.S. BOMB FUZES.S. FMU-26B/B a a a B-2-3-40 Ordnance used with: BOMBS: M117 SERIES & M118 BOMBS: MK 81. BOMB FUZE. MK 82.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S. BOMB FUZE, IMPACT, SHORT-DELAY, NOSE AND/OR TAIL, FMU-81/B a a a B-2-3-54
Ordnance used with:
BOMBS: BLU-31/B BOMBS: GBU-10/B & GBU-10A/B BOMBS: GBU-10C/B BOMBS: GBU-11/B & GBU-11A/B BOMBS: GBU-12/B & GBU-12A/B BOMBS: GBU-12B/B

a U.S. BOMB FUZE, PROXIMITY, FMU-56B/B a a a B-2-3-50
Ordnance used with:
DISPENSERS: SUU-30B/B & SUU-30H/B

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
B-6

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a SOUTH AFRICAN BOMB FUZE, NOSE, PROXIMITY, JUPITER 6 a a a B-46-3-4
Ordnance used with:
BOMBS: SF: 122-KG, FRAG, MK 81 BOMBS: SF: 226-KG, FRAG, MK 82 BOMBS: SF: 415-KG, FRAG, MK 83 BOMBS: SF: CLUSTER, 450-KG, CB470

a U.S. BOMB FUZE, NOSE, PROXIMITY, FMU-140/B a a a B-2-3-64
Ordnance used with:
DISPENSERS: MK 7 MODS 2, 3, 4, AND 6 DISPENSERS: SUU-58/B

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
B-7

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S. BOMB FUZE, NOSE, PROXIMITY, FMU-140A/B a a a B-2-3-64
Ordnance used with:
DISPENSERS: MK 7 MODS 2, 3, 4, AND 6 DISPENSERS: SUU-58/B

a FRENCH BOMB, 125-KG, GP, MLE BL9 a a a B-7-5-7
Ordnance used with:
FUZE: MODEL UNKNOWN & TAIL FIN ASSEMBLY: SAMP BS9

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
B-8

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH BOMB, 115-KG, LDGP, BL 7 a a a B-7-2-26
Ordnance used with:
FUZES: NOSE: FR: IMPACT, FEU 80 BO FUZES: NOSE: FR: IMPACT, M904E FUZES: NOSE: FR: PROXIMITY, FEP 80 FUZES: NOSE: FR: PROXIMITY, FEP 80 BL FUZES: NOSE: FR: PROXIMITY, FEP 80 SF FUZES: NOSE: FR: PROXIMITY, FEU 80 PRLF

a EGYPTIAN BOMB, APERS, 100-KG, KAAKAA-120 a a a B-34-5-3
Ordnance used with:

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
B-9

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI BOMB, 100-KG, FRAG, KAAKAA-120 a a a B-57-2-1
Ordnance used with:
FUZES: NOSE: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN FUZES: TAIL: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN

a EGYPTIAN BOMB, INCENDIARY 100-105 KG, KAAKAA-100-105 a a a B-34-5-4
Ordnance used with:

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
B - 10

GBU-12C/B. AND MK 376 MOD 0 a U. BOMB UNITS. AND a GBU-12D/B a a B-2-4-6-7 Ordnance used with: BOMB: MK 82 FUZES: FMU-139-SERIES FUZES: FMU-81/B FUZES: M905 FUZES: MK 344 MODS 0 AND 1. BOMB UNITS.S. GBU-12B/B. GUIDED.S. GUIDED.11 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. GBU-12/B & GBU-12A/B a a a B-2-4-6-4 Ordnance used with: BOMB: MK 82 FUZES: FMU-139-SERIES FUZES: FMU-26 SERIES FUZES: FMU-81/B FUZES: M905 FUZES: MK 344 & 376 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B .

KAAKAA-250 a a a B-34-5-7 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . 500-LB. GP (LOW DRAG). 140A1. M163. M914 SERIES FUZE: FMU-112/B FUZE: FMU-113/B a EGYPTIAN BOMB. M188.12 . HE/INCENDIARY. BOMB. M164. AN-M139A1. AN-M166E1. AN-M168. M165 FUZE: AN-M166.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. 250-KG.S. MK 82 a a a B-2-2-3 Ordnance used with: DESTRUCTOR: MK 40 FUZE EXTENDER: M1 SERIES FUZE: AN-M103A1.

250-KG.13 . APERS.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a EGYPTIAN BOMB. 250-KG. GP. NASR-250 a a a B-34-5-8 Ordnance used with: a IRAQI BOMB. KAAKAA-250 a a a B-57-2-13 Ordnance used with: FUZE: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B .

PENETRATION. GBU-16/B. GUIDED. AND GBU-16B/B a a a B-2-4-6-8 Ordnance used with: BOMB: MK 83 MODS FUZES: FMU-124A/B FUZES: FMU-139/B AND A/B FUZES: FMU-26 SERIES FUZES: FMU-81/B FUZES: M905 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . 500-KG.14 . NASR-500P1 a a a B-57-5-1 Ordnance used with: a U.S. BOMB UNITS. GBU-16A/B.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI BOMB.

S. AN-M168.15 . MK 83 a a a B-2-2-3 Ordnance used with: DESTRUCTOR: MK 40 FUZE EXTENDER: M1 SERIES FUZE: AN-M103A1. M188. M914 SERIES FUZE: FMU-112/B FUZE: FMU-113/B a U. BOMB UNIT. M165 FUZE: AN-M166. M163.000-LB. BOMB.S. AN-M139A1.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. 140A1. GUIDED. 1. M164. AN-M166E1. GP (LOW DRAG). FMU-143-SERIES FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . GBU-15(V)32/B a a a B-2-4-6-14 Ordnance used with: BOMB: BLU-109/B FUZE: TAIL.

S. FMU-143H/B a U. FMU-124A/B FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . FMU-143G/B. BOMB UNIT.S.16 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. GBU-27/B a a a B-2-4-6-11 Ordnance used with: BOMB: BLU-113/B AND BLU-113A/B FUZE: FMU-143F/B. GBU-28/B AND GBU-28A/B a a a B-2-4-6-11 Ordnance used with: BOMB: BLU-109/B FUZE: FMU-139A/B FUZE: FMU-81/B FUZES: FMU-143/B. GUIDED. FMU-143B/B. BOMB UNITS.

MODEL UNKNOWN FUZES: NOSE: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN FUZES: TAIL: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . GUIDED. GP. 500-KG.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. BOMB UNITS.17 . NASR-7 a a a B-57-2-8 Ordnance used with: FIN ASSEMBLY: IZ: CONICAL. GBU-24A/B AND GBU-24B/B a a a B-2-4-6-10 Ordnance used with: BOMBS: BLU-109/B AND BLU-109A/B FUZES: FMU-143-SERIES a IRAQI BOMB.S.

400-KG. GP. 500-KG BADR-28 a a a B-57-5-2 Ordnance used with: a EGYPTIAN BOMB. GP.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI BOMB. NASR-400 a a a B-34-5-12 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B .18 .

M117 a a a B-2-2-37 Ordnance used with: DESTRUCTOR: M117/D FUZES: AN-M103A1.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI BOMB. GP 750-LB. M164. M188 FUZES: FMU-113/B FUZES: FMU-26A/B. 4 FIN. MODEL UNKNOWN TAIL FIN ASSEMBLIES: IZ: CONICAL. NASR-400 a a a B-57-2-10 Ordnance used with: FUZES: NOSE: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN FUZES: TAIL: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN TAIL FIN ASSEMBLIES: IZ: CONICAL.19 . 72/B FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . 26/B.S. 26B/B FUZES: FMU-35/B. M165 FUZES: AN-M166. MODEL UNKNOWN a U. BOMB. 400-KG. GP. 3 FIN. AN-M168.

M165 FUZES: AN-M166. GP 750-LB. 26/B. BOMBS.S. M188 FUZES: FMU-113/B FUZES: FMU-26A/B. 26/B. M164. 72/B FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . 26B/B FUZES: FMU-35/B. M117A2 AND M117A3 a a a B-2-2-37 Ordnance used with: DESTRUCTOR: M117/D FUZES: AN-M103A1.20 . M164. M117A1E2. AN-M168. 72/B a U. M117A1E1. M117A1 a a a B-2-2-37 Ordnance used with: DESTRUCTOR: M117/D FUZES: AN-M103A1.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. 26B/B FUZES: FMU-35/B.S. AN-M168. M188 FUZES: FMU-113/B FUZES: FMU-26A/B. M165 FUZES: AN-M166. GP 750-LB. BOMB. M117A1E3.

21 . 1000-LB. 120 NOSE FUZES: NO. 947 MK 1 TAIL FUZES: NO. 118 MK 1 & NO. BOMBS. KAAKAA-500 a a a B-34-5-13 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . MKS 13 THRU 20 a a a B-3-2-6 Ordnance used with: NO. 907 MKS 4 OR 5 & NO. 951 MK 2 TAIL PISTOLS: NO. 75 a EGYPTIAN BOMB. MC. 76 TAIL FUZES: NO.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. APERS. 500-KG.K. 952 MK 1 NOSE PISTOL: NO. HE.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a EGYPTIAN BOMB. FUEL-AIR (FAE) a a a B-34-5-15 Ordnance used with: a EGYPTIAN BOMB. GP.22 . KAAKAA-500 a a a B-34-5-14 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . 500-KG.

000-KG. GP. NASR-1000P a a a B-34-5-17 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . 500-KG.23 . FRAG. KAAKAA-500 a a a B-57-2-2 Ordnance used with: FUZES: NOSE: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN TAIL: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN a EGYPTIAN BOMB.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI BOMB. PENETRATOR. 1.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI BOMB. NASR-28 a a a B-57-2-9 Ordnance used with: FIN ASSEMBLY: IZ: CONICAL.24 . FMU-124-SERIES FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . GP. MODEL UNKNOWN FUZES: NOSE: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN FUZES: TAIL: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN a U. 880-KG. GBU-15(V)2/B a a a B-2-4-6-14 Ordnance used with: BOMB: MK 84 (ALL MODS).S. GUIDED. BOMB UNIT. LDGP FUZE: NOSE AND TAIL.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. GUIDED. GBU-10C/B. BOMB UNITS.S. BOMB UNIT. D/B. MK 376 MOD 0 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . GBU-24/B a a a B-2-4-6-10 Ordnance used with: BOMBS: MK 84-SERIES FUZES: FMU-139/B & A/B FUZES: FMU-81/B a U.S. GUIDED. AND E/B a a a B-2-4-6-6 Ordnance used with: BOMB: MK 84 FUZES: FMU-139 A/B. 139/B FUZES: FMU-26 B/B FUZES: FMU-81/B FUZES: M905 FUZES: MK 344 MODS 0 & 1.25 .

2.26 .S.000-LB. 140A1.S. M164. UNITS. M188. AN-M139A1. AN-M166E1. M914 SERIES FUZE: FMU-112/B FUZE: FMU-113/B a U. M165 FUZE: AN-M166. GUIDED. GP (LOW DRAG). M163. GBU-10/B & GBU-10A/B a a a B-2-4-6-2 Ordnance used with: BOMB: MK 84 FUZES: FMU-139/B FUZES: FMU-26-SERIES FUZES: FMU-81/B FUZES: M905 FUZES: MKS 344-0 & MK 376-0 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . BOMB. AN-M168. MK 84 a a a B-2-2-3 Ordnance used with: DESTRUCTOR: MK 40 FUZE EXTENDER: M1 SERIES FUZE: AN-M103A1.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.

GP. MATRA a a a B-7-2-8 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . NASR-1500 a a a B-57-2-6 Ordnance used with: FUZES: NOSE: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN FUZES: TAIL: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN a FRENCH BGL 400. 400 KG. BOMB.500-KG. LASER GUIDED.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI BOMB.27 . 1.

3.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI BOMB. 5. NASR-3000 a a a B-57-2-7 Ordnance used with: FUZES: NOSE: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN FUZES: TAIL: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN a IRAQI BOMB.28 .000-KG. NASR-5000 a a a B-57-2-5 Ordnance used with: FUZES: NOSE: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN FUZES: TAIL: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . GP. GP.000-KG.

NASR-9000 a a a B-57-2-11 Ordnance used with: FUZES: NOSE: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN FUZES: TAIL: UC: TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY B . 9000-KG. NASR-9000 a a a B-34-5-21 Ordnance used with: a IRAQI BOMB. GP.000-KG. GP.29 . 9.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a EGYPTIAN BOMB.

Many of the contained munitions are designed to arm as soon as they leave the dispenser. Consider a dispenser loaded. Do not remove munitions from a dispenser unless absolutely necessary. or smoke munitions. Approach and work from the side of a dispenser only. Such action may initiate the dispenser and eject its contents. The dispenser may contain explosive detents. Positively identify the dispenser and payload before attempting an EOD procedure. · · · · · · SAFETY/EOD CONSIDERATIONS · · · Approach a dispenser from an upwind direction until certain that no chemical or other toxic agent is present. chemical. Should an actuation occur. It may contain random delay fuzing and a payload of HE. Bombs outside the adapter/dislodged within it may be armed. incendiary. actuation may cause injury. or other explosive devices. Render safe any separated contents before performing the procedures on the cluster adapter. evaluate all conditions and render safe the most dangerous fuze first. References 60A-1-1-22 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . ejection cartridges. Remain clear of retracted dispenser fins. Do not jar or unnecessarily move the fuze or dispenser. Exercise caution around a dispenser or cluster adapter that contains no payload. If multi-fuzed.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY DISPENSERS INTRODUCTION: · · · Observe all safety precautions applicable to the fuze. payload items may be ejected with dangerous force. Observe all safety precautions applicable to the payload. The presence or absence of a payload may not be obvious from an external examination.

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S. BOMBS: 2. TYPE 2 a a a C-17-2-1 Ordnance used with: BOMBS: 2-KG. W/FUZE. S-5M. FRAG TYPE UNKNOWN a U. FRAG. HE. S-5K. HEAT. V-5M1 ROCKET: 57-MM. HANG-YIN-4C. PDSD. TYPE 1 FUZES: HANG-YIN-4B. 250-KG. LAUNCHER. PD. W/FUZE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHINESE (PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC) DISPENSER. TYPE 1 BOMBS: 5-KG.S. UB-16-57-U a a a C-35-2-8 Ordnance used with: ROCKET: 57-MM. 57-MM ROCKET.5-KG. HEAT. V-5K FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY C-1 .R.

BOMB.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. MK 7 MODS 2. CLUSTER. DISPENSERS. 3.S. FMU-56B/B a U. GUIDED ROCKEYE MUNITION (GRM) a a a C-2-2-51 Ordnance used with: COMPUTER CONTROL GROUP: US: MAU-157/B MK 7 MOD 2 PROXIMITY. 4 & 6 a a a C-2-2-37-9 Ordnance used with: BOMBS: BLU-77/B BOMBS: MK 118 FUZE: MK 339 MODS 0 & 1 MINES: BLU-91/B MINES: BLU-92/B FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY C-2 .

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. 73A/B BOMBS: BLU-98/B FUZES: FMU-83/B FUZES: MK 339 MODS 0 & 1 a U.S. SUU-49A/B a a a C-2-2-37-6 Ordnance used with: BOMBS: BLU-73/B.S. AIRCRAFT DISPENSER. SUU-64/B a a a C-2-2-37-14 Ordnance used with: MINES: BLU-91/B MINES: BLU-92/B FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY C-3 . DISPENSER.

63A/B. 86A/B BOMBS: BLU-42/B BOMBS: BLU-61A/B BOMBS: BLU-85/B FUZES: FMU-26A/B. 86/B.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. 59/B.S. 36/B. DISPENSER. DISPENSER. SUU-65/B a a a C-2-2-37-13 Ordnance used with: BOMB: BLU-114/B BOMB: BLU-97/B BLU-97A/B BOMB: BLU-97B/B a U. AIRCRAFT. 63/B. 26B/B FUZES: FMU-56 SERIES FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY C-4 . SUU-30B/B a a a C-2-2-37-5 Ordnance used with: BOMBS: BLU-26/B.

450-KG.S. JUPITER 6 FUZE: SF: TAIL. CB470 a a a C-46-2-1 Ordnance used with: FUZE: SF: NOSE. TYPE AND MODEL UNKNOWN SUBMUNITION: SF: BOMB. ALPHA a U. DISPENSER. APERS.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a SOUTH AFRICAN BOMB UNIT. SUU-58/B a a a C-2-2-37-12 Ordnance used with: FUZE: FMU-140/B FUZE: FMU-140A/B FUZE: MK 339 MODS 0 AND 1 MINES: BLU-91/B MINES: BLU-92/B FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY C-5 . PROXIMITY. CLUSTER.

SUBMUNITION: 240 BOMBLETS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY C-6 . NAAMAN-250 a a a C-57-5-1 Ordnance used with: FUZE: EEA-II. 250-KG. CLUSTER.ET.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI BOMB.

Do not attempt to replace safety pins/wires. incendiary. Carry any type of payload. Fuzes(s) condition before performing the RSP. disassemble.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY PROJECTILES INTRODUCTION: · · · · · Projectiles include guns. Physical characteristics and engraved/stamped. Personnel Protective Equipment(PPE) available when handling smoke and/or riot-control agents Do not approach a smoking WP/PWP projectile unless absolutely necessary. or strip unexploded projectiles. EOD CONSIDERATIONS FUZES: · · · · · · · · Exercise extreme care in handling graze-sensitive. Wait 1 hour before approaching a possible armed VT fuze to permit the electrical charge to bleed off. biological. and cocked-striker fuzes. which may react violently and liberate explosive or toxic fumes when exposed to moisture. Presence or absence of an unfired tracer. pyrotechnic. Type and amount of main charge or filler. Extreme care in handling air column fuzes. mortars. and spotting payloads. or to reset unless in specific EOD procedures. Seal the open end of the flash tube with tape/suitable material. chemical. howitzers. SAFETY: · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Consider armed if fired. Vary widely in fuze functioning and operating principles. training. Sizes from less than 20 millimeters to over 16. References 60A-1-1-22 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . inert. Country of origin of the projectile. piezoelectric. Observe rocket motor precautions with a rocket-assisted projectile. switchactuated. Protect the primer when handling or transporting ammunition/propellant case. and recoilless rifles other than small arms and may be rocket assisted. May have multi-fuzing in a single projectile. including high explosive. Do not disturb or remove any foreign matter embedded in an armed fuze. Stay clear of front and rear of ejection projectile. Many are always armed. Extreme caution when handling explosive-loaded components which have been separated from the projectile. Assume a practice projectile contains a live charge until determined. Do not pick up a fired projectile unless required in the EOD procedure. Some cartridges contain powdered metals. Do not attempt to remove base fuzes from projectiles unless remote stripping facilities are available.00 inches in diameter. spring-loaded. Do not dismantle. electric.

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M60 a a a D-37-5-11 Ordnance used with: a YUGOSLAV CARTRIDGE. 20-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV CARTRIDGE. AP-T. 20-MM. API-T. M60 a a a D-37-5-14 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D-1 .

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV CARTRIDGE. 20-MM. M57 a a a D-37-2-5 Ordnance used with: a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. M60 a a a D-37-5-11 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D-2 . HEI-T. API-T. 20-MM.

R. 20-MM.S. AP-T. 23-MM.S. API-T MODEL BZT a a a D-35-5-23 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D-3 . M60 a a a D-37-5-14 Ordnance used with: a U.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. CARTRIDGE.

MODEL OFZT a a a D-35-2-34 Ordnance used with: a U. 23-MM. CARTRIDGE. 23-MM.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S. FRAG-HEIT.S. CARTRIDGE.S.R.R. OFZ a a a D-35-2-38 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D-4 . HEI-FRAG.

S. API-T MODEL BZT a a a D-35-5-23 Ordnance used with: a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE FUZE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S. PDSD.R. UT M57 (UTM57-SM) a a a D-37-2-5 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D-5 . PROJECTILE. 23-MM.

M57 a a a D-37-2-5 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D-6 . M57 a a a D-37-2-5 Ordnance used with: a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. HEI.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. 20-MM. HEI-T. 20-MM.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV CARTRIDGE. API. M60 a a a D-37-5-8 Ordnance used with: a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. API. 20-MM. M60 a a a D-37-5-8 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D-7 . 20-MM.

UBR-271 CARTRIDGES: UR: 57-MM. ML-1 a a a D-17-5-114 Ordnance used with: a U.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHINESE PROJECTILE FUZE. UBR-271K CARTRIDGES: UR: 57-MM. BD.S. MD-10 a a a D-35-3-60 Ordnance used with: CARTRIDGES: UR: 57-MM. PROJECTILE FUZE.S. PDSD. UBR-281 CARTRIDGES: UR: 57-MM.R. UBR-281U CARTRIDGES: UR: 57-MM. UBR-270 CARTRIDGES: UR: 57-MM. UBZR-270 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D-8 .

FRAG-T.S. 37-MM. MG-8.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHINESE (PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC) PROJECTILE. MG-37. MODEL UOR-167N a a a D-35-5-29 Ordnance used with: FUZES: MODEL B-37.R. CARTRIDGE. PDSD FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D-9 .S. TYPE UNKNOWN a a D-17-5-13 Ordnance used with: FUZE: TYPE 1. PDSD. 37-MM. a FRAG-T. PDSD a U.

FRAG-T. APFSDS-T.S. 37-MM. PROJECTILE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. MG-8. BM-2 (PENETRATOR) a a a D-35-2-118 Ordnance used with: CARTRIDGE: UR: 100-MM. MODEL OR-167N a a a D-35-5-29 Ordnance used with: FUZES: MODEL B-37. UBM-2 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .S.S. APFSDS-T.S.10 . 100-MM. PDSD. PROJECTILE. MG-37.R. PDSD a U.R.

APFSDS-T. UBM-8 a BULGARIAN PROJECTILE FUZE.S. RV-1 a a a D-16-5-6 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . PROJECTILE.S. 100-MM. BM-20 a a a D-35-2-115 Ordnance used with: CARTRIDGE: UR: APFSDS-T.11 .R. PROXIMITY.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.

PROJECTILE.12 . PROXIMITY. PF-130 a a a D-7-5-33 Ordnance used with: PROJECTILES: PF-122: 122-MM & PF-130: 130-MM FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . PF-122 a a a D-7-5-33 Ordnance used with: PROJECTILES: PF-122: 122-MM & PF-130: 130-MM a FRENCH FUZE. PROJECTILE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH FUZE. PROXIMITY.

122-MM. 122-MM.S. OF-11. HE-FRAG: OF-018. HE-FRAG: OF-471 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . PD. SMOKE: DTS-471. HE-FRAG: OF-462ZH. PROJECTILE FUZE. 122-MM. PD.S. 122-MM. OF-472 PROJECTILES: 100-MM. OF-471N. PROJECTILE FUZES.S. HE-FRAG: OF-412.13 . 115-MM. 122-MM. SMOKE: D-3. V-429 AND V-429E a a a D-35-3-14 Ordnance used with: PROJECTILES: 100-MM. HE-FRAG: OF-471N. SMOKE: D-4 a U.R.S. FRAG: 0-462A PROJECTILES: 122-MM. RGM-2 a a a D-35-3-14 Ordnance used with: PROJECTILES: 100-MM.R. 122-MM. FRAG: 0-460A PROJECTILES: 122-MM. HE-FRAG: OF-462. SMOKE: D-462A.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. HE-FRAG: OF-412. 122-MM.

SMOKE (WP). APFSDS-T. SMOKE (WP). M74 PROJECTILES: YO: 120-MM. M71 CARTRIDGES: YO: 82-MM. SMOKE (WP). SMOKE (WP). MORTAR. SMOKE (WP). UT M70P1 a a a D-37-3-42 Ordnance used with: CARTRIDGES: YO: 120-MM. M64P1 CARTRIDGES: YO: 81-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. SMOKE (WP). MORTAR. M71 CARTRIDGES: YO: 81-MM. MORTAR. M88 (PENETRATOR) a a a D-37-2-85 Ordnance used with: CARTRIDGE: YO: 125-MM. M88 a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE FUZE. 125-MM. APFSDS-T. M72 CARTRIDGES: YO: 82-MM. MORTAR.14 . PD. MORTAR. M64P1 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . MORTAR.

S.S.S.15 . CARTRIDGE.S. BR-167 a U.S.S. AP-T.R.R.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. CARTRIDGE. AP-T. UBR-167 a a a D-35-2-13 Ordnance used with: PROJECTILE: U. HVAPDS-T. 100-MM. MODEL UBM-6 a a a D-35-5-34 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . 37-MM.R.: 37-MM.

PROJECTILE. 57-MM. APHE-T.S. 100-MM.R.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. CARTRIDGE.S. UBR-281 a a a D-35-2-57 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .S.R. HVAPDS-T.16 . MODEL BM8 a a a D-35-5-34 Ordnance used with: a U.S.

S. 57-MM.S.17 . UBR-281U a a a D-35-2-57 Ordnance used with: a U. APHE-T. FRAG-T.S.S.R. CARTRIDGE. 57-MM. PDSD FUZES: MGZ-57.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. PDSD FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . MODEL OR-281U a a a D-35-5-39 Ordnance used with: FUZES: MG-57. CARTRIDGE.R.

S. APHE-T.R.S. PROJECTILE. PROJECTILE.S. BR-281U a a a D-35-2-57 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . APHE-T.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. 57-MM. BR-281 a a a D-35-2-57 Ordnance used with: a U.R. 57-MM.18 .S.

S. FRAG-T. HE.S. PDSD FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . PROJECTILE. MODEL OR-281U a a a D-35-5-39 Ordnance used with: FUZES: MG-57.S.R. 57-MM. 57-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. MODEL OR-281 a a a D-35-5-38 Ordnance used with: FUZES: MG-57. PDSD a U. PROJECTILE. FRAG-T. PDSD FUZES: MGZ-57.S.R.19 . PDSD FUZES: MGZ-57.

20 . MORTAR. HE. MODEL UNKNOWN a a a D-57-5-15 Ordnance used with: FUZE: PD. 60-MM. M-83A a a a D-17-2-18 Ordnance used with: CARTRIDGE: CH: 60-MM. UT M68P1 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . MP-1B FUZES: CH: PD. TYPE 1 FUZES: CH: PDSQ. MORTAR. MP-1A FUZES: CH: PD. MP1 a IRAQI PROJECTILE. HE. 60-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHINESE PROJECTILE. M-83A FUZES: CH: PD. HE (ROCKET ASSISTED).

BU-105 M79 a a a D-37-5-46 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI PROJECTILE. 60-MM.14 a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE FUZE. SC. PROXIMITY. HE.21 . M68P1 FUZES: PD. M-73 a a a D-57-5-14 Ordnance used with: FUZE: UT.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. 60-MM. MORTAR. HE.22 . MODEL UT M68P1 a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. MORTAR. MODEL M73 a a a D-37-5-53 Ordnance used with: FUZE: IMPACT. SMOKE MODEL 73 a a a D-37-5-52 Ordnance used with: FUZE: IMPACT. MODEL UT M68P1 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . 60-MM.

PROXIMITY.23 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH PROJECTILE FUZE. CAL 120 PR 14 a a a D-7-5-67 Ordnance used with: a FRENCH PROJECTILE FUZE. FU-RALEC-F2 a a a D-7-5-75 Ordnance used with: PROJECTILE: 155-MM FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . PROXIMITY.

M85R13A1 a a a D-46-5-10 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI FUZE. MODEL UNKNOWN a a a D-57-5-13 Ordnance used with: PROJECTILE: 82-MM. PD. HE MORTAR a SOUTH AFRICAN PROJECTILE FUZE.24 . PROXIMITY. MORTAR.

PROXIMITY. MODEL UNKNOWN a a D-17-5-105 Ordnance used with: FUZE: PYROTECHNIC. MODEL SHF-3 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .25 . a MORTAR. 82-MM. MORTAR.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH PROJECTILE FUZE. ILLUM. ARTILLERY a CHINESE (PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC) PROJECTILE. 155-MM. MODEL a FU-RALEC-DE-F3 a a D-7-5-40 Ordnance used with: PROJECTILES: 120-MM.

26 . HE. 82-MM. HE (ROCKET-ASSISTED) MODEL UNKNOWN a a a D-57-5-16 Ordnance used with: FUZE: PD. MORTAR. MODEL UNKNOWN FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . MODEL M71 a a a D-40-5-3 Ordnance used with: FUZE: MODEL UT M68. PI a IRAQI PROJECTILE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a COUNTRY UNKNOWN PROJECTILE. 82-MM.

IMPACT. IMPACT. MORTAR.27 . MODEL a M74 a a D-37-5-66 Ordnance used with: FUZE: MODEL UT M70P1. MORTAR. MODEL M71 a a a D-37-5-68 Ordnance used with: MODEL UT M68P1. 82-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. HE. 82-MM. SQ a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. SQ FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . SMOKE.

FIXED.S. CARTRIDGE. MODEL U0-365K a a a D-35-5-57 Ordnance used with: FUZES: KTM-1.S. PD a U. PROJECTILE. KTM-1U. FRAG.R. FRAG.S. FIXED.28 . 85-MM.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.R. MODEL 0-365K a a a D-35-5-57 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . 85-MM.

BD FUZES: L19A2 FUZES: MODEL 117. PD FUZES: NO. 88-MM.R. PROJECTILE. O-367A. QF. MK 5. MK 1.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. PROJECTILE. MKS 17/7. L7A. PD FUZES: NO. MK 17.29 . MK 1.S. 119B. 85-MM. 20. (25-LB) MK 1 a a a D-3-5-5 Ordnance used with: FUZES: L10. MTSQ FUZES: NO.K. PROXIMITY FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . 213. HE a a a D-35-5-145 Ordnance used with: a U. HE.S.

S. 100-MM. UOF-3 a a a D-35-5-146 Ordnance used with: V-429E PD FUZE FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.R CARTRIDGE. PROJECTILE. AP-T.S. M318A1 a a a D-2-5-56 Ordnance used with: a U.30 . 90-MM. HE.

S. OF15 a a a D-35-5-146 Ordnance used with: V-429E PD FUZE a IRAQI PROJECTILE. MODEL UNKNOWN a a a D-57-5-1 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . APHE-T.31 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.R PROJECTILE. HE. 100-MM. 100-MM.S.

100-MM. 100-MM.32 . HE. HEAT-T HXG a a a D-29-2-1 Ordnance used with: FUZE: GPV-2 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI PROJECTILE. MODEL UNKNOWN a a a D-57-5-2 Ordnance used with: a ROMANIAN PROJECTILE.

33 .R.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. 100-MM.S. 3BM24 a a D-35-2-86 Ordnance used with: a U. CARTRIDGE.S. 3UBM10 WITH PROJECTILE. UBR-412B a a a D-35-2-64 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . a APDS-FS. APHE OR APHE-T.R. 100-MM.S. CARTRIDGE.S.

34 .S. 100-MM. MODEL UBK-4M a a a D-35-2-26 Ordnance used with: FUZE: PIBD.R.S. CARTRIDGE. UBR-412 a a a D-35-2-63 Ordnance used with: a U. GPV-2 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . CARTRIDGE.R. APHE-T.S. 100-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S. HEAT-FS.

BR-412B a a a D-35-2-64 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . PROJECTILE.S.R. BD a U.R.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. MODEL BR-412D a a a D-35-2-17 Ordnance used with: FUZES: DBR-2. ADC-T.35 . PROJECTILE. APHE OR APHE-T. 100-MM.S.S. 100-MM. BD FUZES: MD-8.

PD & V-429. PROJECTILE. FRAG.S. RGM-6.R. PD. MODEL OF-412 a a a D-35-5-59 Ordnance used with: FUZES: RGM.R.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. HE.36 . APHE-T.S.S.S. BR-412 a a a D-35-2-63 Ordnance used with: a U. PD. PROJECTILE. 100-MM. RGM-2. PD FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . 100-MM.

100-MM. HE-FRAG. 100-MM.37 .S. PROJECTILE. MT & MODEL VM-30L MT FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . GPV-2 a U. MODEL ZBK 5M a a a D-35-2-26 Ordnance used with: FUZE: PIBD. MODEL 0-415 a a a D-35-2-24 Ordnance used with: FUZE: MODEL VM-30.S.S. PROJECTILE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S.R. HEAT-FS.R.

105-MM. 105-MM.S. M456A2 a a a D-2-2-50 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .38 . CARTRIDGE. MODEL UNKNOWN a a a D-57-5-3 Ordnance used with: a U. HE. HEAT-T-MP.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI PROJECTILE.

105-MM. HE.S. M1 FUZES: US: PD. M456A2 a a a D-2-2-50 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . T105 a U. HEAT-T-MP. M1 a a a D-2-2-153 Ordnance used with: CARTRIDGE: US: 105-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. 105-MM. HE. M83 FUZES: US: CP.39 . M51A4 MOD 3 FUZES: US: CP.S. M78A1 FUZES: US: CP. M78 FUZES: US: CP. PROJECTILE. PROJECTILE.

R.S. M79 a U. FRAG. M1 a a a D-37-5-31 Ordnance used with: FUZE: PD.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. KTM-1U PD. BU-105. VM-2 PD. 85-MM. M557 (AU-10) FUZE: VT. UO-365K a a a D-35-2-110 Ordnance used with: FUZES: FUZES: FUZES: FUZES: FUZES: FUZES: UR: UR: UR: UR: UR: UR: MT. KTM-1 PD. HE. T-11 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .40 . KTMZ-1U TSQ. CARTRIDGE.S. 105-MM. KTMZ-1 PD.

MODEL UBK-3M a a a D-35-5-4 Ordnance used with: FUZE: GPV-2. 115-MM. MODEL UOF-6 a a a D-35-5-7 Ordnance used with: FUZE: V-429E.R.41 . PIBD a U. CARTRIDGE.R.S. FRAG.S.S. 115-MM. HEAT. PD FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . FS. HE. CARTRIDGE.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. PROJECTILE.S.S. HEAT.42 . MODEL BK-4M a a a D-35-5-4 Ordnance used with: FUZE: GPV-2. PIBD FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .R.S. CARTRIDGE.R.S. 115-MM. HVAP-FS-DS-T MODEL UBM-5 a a a D-35-5-106 Ordnance used with: a U. FS. 115-MM.

MODEL OF-18 a a a D-35-5-7 Ordnance used with: FUZE: V-429E.S.S.R.S. PROJECTILE. 115-MM. PD a U. FRAG.S.43 . HE. HVAP-FS-DS-T MODEL BM-6 a a a D-35-5-106 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.R. PROJECTILE. 115-MM.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. PD & GVMZ-1. PD FUZES: GVMZ-7.R.S. PD a CHINESE PROJECTILE. TYPE 55 a a a D-17-5-111 Ordnance used with: MP-4 AND MP-12 PD FUZES MP-71 PD FUZE MP-8 PD FUZE FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . MODEL OF-843 a a a D-35-5-9 Ordnance used with: FUZES: GVMZ. HE. MORTAR. PD FUZES: M-1. 120-MM. PD FUZES: M-2. MORTAR. 120-MM.44 . PROJECTILE. HE.S. FRAG.

120-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH PROJECTILE. PR AB FUZES: FR: PD. MORTAR.A. a a a D-7-2-8 Ordnance used with: FUZES: M51A1. PR AB a a a D-7-2-39 Ordnance used with: CARTRIDGE: FR: 120-MM. PD FUZES: M577. PD & M582. HE. PD FUZES: VT. MORTAR. M582A1. MODEL UNKNOWN FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .R.P. M577A1. MODEL UNKNOWN a FRENCH PROJECTILE. VG-29-A FUZES: FR: PROXIMITY. P. HE. MORTAR.45 . HE. 120-MM.

PD a YUGOSLAV CARTRIDGE. MODEL UNKNOWN FUZES: PR 14: M51. MORTAR.46 . HE. PR 14 (MODIFIED) M51A5.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH PROJECTILE. MORTAR. SMOKE. M84 a a a D-37-2-109 Ordnance used with: FUZES: YO: PTT. TP M66 PROJECTILE: YO: 120-MM. M84 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . 120-MM. M84 FUZES: YO: PTT. SMOKE. 120-MM. PD. PD & M557. MORTAR. MODEL PR 14 a a a D-7-5-20 Ordnance used with: FUZES: PR 14: VT.

120-MM. M77 a a a D-37-2-21 Ordnance used with: CARTRIDGE: YO: 120-MM. HERA. HE.47 . 120-MM. MORTAR. M78 (AU-29) FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . HERA. MU K92 FUZES: PD. FRAG.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. FRAG. UT M68P1 FUZES: PD. UTU. UTU M78 a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. M62P3 a a a D-37-5-155 Ordnance used with: FUZES: PD. M77 FUZE: YO: PD.

M84 a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. 120-MM. ILLUMINATING M84 a a a D-37-5-71 Ordnance used with: FUZE: TIME.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. 120-MM. M66 a a a D-37-2-8 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . MORTAR.48 . MORTAR. ILLUMINATING.

MTSQ. WP. B-90. SMOKE. ML-4.S.49 . TYPE 54 a a a D-17-5-34 Ordnance used with: FUZE: PD.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.R. DRL-08 FUZE: VT. ML-4A & PD. TSQ. 122-MM. PROJECTILE.S. 122-MM. ML-9 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . HE. MODEL D-4 a a a D-35-2-40 Ordnance used with: FUZE: RGM-2. PD a CHINESE PROJECTILE. ML-5 . MD-82. PD. PD.

PROPAGANDA. TYPE 54 a a a D-17-5-36 Ordnance used with: FUZE: PD.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHINESE PROJECTILE. SMOKE. MODEL UNKNOWN a IRAQI PROJECTILE.50 . 122 MM. MODEL UNKNOWN a a a D-57-5-7 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . 122-MM.

HE. MODEL OF-462 a a a D-35-5-66 Ordnance used with: FUZES: GVM/GVMZ.51 . HE. 122-MM. GVMZ-1.R. MTSQ FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .S.S. PD FUZES: V-90. PROJECTILE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI PROJECTILE. PD FUZES: RGM-2. 122-MM. MODEL UNKNOWN a a a D-57-5-6 Ordnance used with: a U. FRAG.

122-MM.R. RGM-2M. HE.S. PF-122 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .S. V-90 FUZE: PD. PF-122 a U. D-1-U & VT. V-90 FUZE: PD.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. PROJECTILE. 122-MM. OF-56-1 a a a D-35-5-69 Ordnance used with: FUZE: MTSQ. RGM-2M. RGM-2 FUZE: PD.S.52 . TIME. PROJECTILE. TIME. HE.S. OF-56 a a a D-35-5-69 Ordnance used with: FUZE: MTSQ. RGM-2 FUZE: PD. D-1-U & VT.R.

APFSDS-T. 125-MM. APFSDS-T.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. 122-MM.53 .S.S. V-429 a U. RGM-2 FUZES: RU: PD. VBM-7 a a a D-35-2-102 Ordnance used with: PROJECTILE: UR: 125-MM. CARTRIDGE. BM-15 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .R. M76 a a a D-37-2-53 Ordnance used with: CARTRIDGE: YO: 122-MM. MODEL UNKNOWN FUZES: RU: PD. HE.

R.S. 3BK29 a a a D-35-5-127 Ordnance used with: FUZE: PIEZOELECTRIC.S.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. HEAT.54 . 125-MM. PROJECTILE. BM-15 a a a D-35-2-101 Ordnance used with: CARTRIDGE CASE: UR: 125-MM. APFSDS-T. 125-MM.S.R. VBM-7 a U. PROJECTILE. VU-729 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .

S. PROJECTILE.S.55 . V-429E FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .R.S. PROJECTILE.S. 125-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. MODEL OF-19 a a a D-35-2-100 Ordnance used with: FUZE: UR: PD.R. 125-MM. HEAT-T. HE-FRAG. BK-14M a a a D-35-2-47 Ordnance used with: a U.

R.S. PROJECTILE.S.56 . HE. 125-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. APFSDS-T VBM-17 a a a D-35-2-104 Ordnance used with: PROJECTILE: UR: 125-MM.R. V-429E a U.S.S. APFSDS-T. CARTRIDGE. 125-MM (FRAG-HE) MODEL OF-26 a a a D-35-5-14 Ordnance used with: FUZE: PD. BM-42 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .

R.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. a SMOKE.57 . BM-42 a a a D-35-2-103 Ordnance used with: CARTRIDGE : UR: 125-MM. SHF-1 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .S. VBM-17 a CHINESE (PEOPLES REPUBLIC) PROJECTILE. PROJECTILE. APFSDS-T.S. 130-MM. TYPE 59-1 a a D-17-5-44 Ordnance used with: FUZE: MT. 125-MM.

SMOKE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI PROJECTILE. (ER/HB). 130-MM. 130-MM.58 . (WP). MODEL UNKNOWN a a a D-57-5-9 Ordnance used with: a IRAQI PROJECTILE. HE. MODEL UNKNOWN a a a D-57-5-8 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .

PROJECTILE.S. PROJECTILE.S. BR-482B a a a D-35-2-8 Ordnance used with: a U.R. PD & V-429. PD FUZES: VM-60. MT FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .59 . -6. APHE-T. 130-MM. FRAG. MODEL OF-482M a a a D-35-5-77 Ordnance used with: FUZES: RGM-2.R. HE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S. 130-MM.S.

130-MM. S2 a a a D-35-2-71 Ordnance used with: FUZE: MT.S. OF33 a a a D-35-5-154 Ordnance used with: V-90 MTSQ FUZE V429 PD FUZE a U. PROJECTILE. V-90 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . 130-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. ILLUMINATION. T-90 FUZE: MTSQ.60 . PROJECTILE.R.S.S. HE.R.S.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE, 130-MM, HE, M79 a a a D-37-2-20
Ordnance used with:
FUZE: PD, UTIU M72 (AU-18)

a U.S.S.R. CARTRIDGE, 100-MM, HE, FRAG, UOF-412 a a a D-35-2-116
Ordnance used with:
FUZES: GE: PDSD, NSC-1 FUZES: UR :PD, V-429 FUZES: UR: PD, RGM FUZES: UR: PD, RGM-2 FUZES: UR: PD, RGM-3 FUZES: UR: PD, RGM-6

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
D - 61

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S.S.R. CARTRIDGE, 122-MM, HEAT-FS-T, 3UBK-9 a a a D-35-2-14
Ordnance used with:
FUZE: UR: PIBD, V-15 PROJECTILE: UR: 122-MM, HEAT-FS-T, BK13

a U.S.S.R. CARTRIDGE, 100-MM, APFSDS-T, UBM-8 a a a D-35-2-114
Ordnance used with:
PROJECTILE: UR: APFSDS-T, BM-20

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
D - 62

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHINESE PROJECTILE, 152-MM, HE, TYPE 66 a a a D-17-5-49
Ordnance used with:
FUZE: ELECTRONIC, II

a CHINESE PROJECTILE, 152-MM, HE, TYPE 66 a a a D-17-5-50
Ordnance used with:
FUZES: PD, ML-4; PD, ML-5 & PD, LIU-4

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
D - 63

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHINESE PROJECTILE, 152-MM, HE, TYPE 83 a a a D-17-2-16
Ordnance used with:

a CHINESE PROJECTILE, 152-MM, INCENDIARY, TYPE 66 a a a D-17-5-48
Ordnance used with:
FUZE: MT, MODEL UNKNOWN

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI PROJECTILE, 152-MM, HE, MODEL UNKNOWN a a a D-57-5-11
Ordnance used with:

a U.S.S.R. PROJECTILE, 152-MM, CP, MODEL G-530 a a a D-35-5-82
Ordnance used with:
FUZES: DBT, BD FUZES: KTD, KTD-2, BD

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
D - 65

152-MM. MTSQ a U. TSQ FUZES: RGM-2. PROJECTILE.66 . PD FUZES: V-90.R.R.S. FRAG/HE. PROJECTILE. 152-MM. HE. MODEL OF-540 a a a D-35-5-85 Ordnance used with: FUZES: D-1.S. 3OF64 a a a D-35-2-90 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .S.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. TSQ FUZES: D-1U.

PROJECTILE. OF-61 a a a D-35-5-161 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .67 . HE.R. 3OF45 a a a D-35-5-159 Ordnance used with: a U.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. 152-MM. BASE BLEED.S. PROJECTILE.S. HE.S. 152-MM.R. BASE-BURN.S.

152-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S.R.S. PIBD: GPV-3 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . PROJECTILE.R. BP-540 a a a D-35-2-76 Ordnance used with: FUZE. T-90 a U. SANTIMETR 30F38 a a a D-35-2-98 Ordnance used with: FUZE: UR: MT. HE. PIBD: GKV FUZE. 152-MM.S. PROJECTILE.S. HEAT-T.68 .

ICM.R. BASE BLEED.S. 152-MM. M1A1 a a a D-57-5-17 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . 3023 a a a D-35-5-160 Ordnance used with: a IRAQI PROJECTILE. 155-MM.69 . HE. PROJECTILE.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.

MTSQ FUZES: M51A4. MODEL 56. HE. MTSQ a FRENCH PROJECTILE. M500A1. PD FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH PROJECTILE 155-MM. M520A2. HE. PROX FUZES: M51A4. 155-MM. MODEL F1 a a a D-7-5-27 Ordnance used with: FUZES: FU RA F2. PROX FUZES: M500.70 . MODEL 56/69 a a a D-7-5-25 Ordnance used with: FUZES: FUI 56 & FU RA F2. M557. PD FUZES: M520A1. 51A5. M51A5.

HE.71 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH PROJECTILE. 155-MM. PD a SOUTH AFRICAN PROJECTILE. M841 & M841A1 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . MODEL F2 a a a D-7-5-32 Ordnance used with: FUZES: FUI 56 FUZES: M557. WP. 155-MM. SMOKE. PD. M1A1 a a a D-46-2-6 Ordnance used with: FUZES: PROXIMITY (VT) M8513 & M8513A1.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a SOUTH AFRICAN PROJECTILE. ILLUMINATION. M8611A1 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D . M8611A1 a SOUTH AFRICAN PROJECTILE. 155-MM. M2A1 a a a D-46-2-1 Ordnance used with: FUZE: ET. M1A1 a a a D-46-2-5 Ordnance used with: FUZE: ET. SMOKE. 155-MM. HC.72 .

M46 a a a D-35-2-106 Ordnance used with: FUZE: UR: BD. M1A1 a a a D-46-2-3 Ordnance used with: FUZE: ET. DBR FUZE: UR: BD. BR-482B PROJECTILE: UR: 130-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a SOUTH AFRICAN PROJECTILE.S. DBR-2 PROJECTILE: UR: 130-MM. RP.S. CARTRIDGE. M8611A1 a U. 155-MM. BR-482 PROJECTILE: UR: 130-MM. 130-MM. OF-482M FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY D .73 .R. SMOKE.

Manually handle an armed grenade as a last resort and after considering all methods of remote disposal. Fuzing is varied and may be time-delay or impact fuzed. Wear protective equipment with known/suspected chemical grenades. Are easily and frequently boobytrapped. Do not dispose by functioning normally. Fragmentation grenades may be single thickness of steel deeply serrated or double thickness with inner-notched fragmentation coil. Stab-sensitive detonator assembly contains a substantial booster charge. smokes. except remotely. Move an embedded grenade remotely. FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . Fragments may be projected over a radius of 650 feet (198 meters). Do not disturb. Fuze loosens or unscrews on contact – separating detonator and main charge. until fuze condition can be determined. it may contain a piezoelectric fuzing system. Do not approach a smoking WP grenade unless absolutely necessary. may be boobytrapped. Pyrotechnic fuse not ignited or fails to burn completely to detonator. Ensure presence of fuze-cover securing stable prior to removing handle. Practice grenades are usually externally identical to the grenades they simulate EOD CONSIDERATIONS ANTI-ARMOR/HEAT: · · · · Armed or damaged anti-armor/heat grenades should not be touched. Do not handle unless safety pin and fly-off lever in place and secured. Wait at least 30 minutes before approaching a suspected dud-fired grenade. riot-control agents. Main charge includes HE. and incendiary and pyrotechnic materials. FRAGMENTATION: · · · · · Fly-off lever partially released – dangerous condition. IMPACT FRAGMENTATION: · · · In addition to conventional design. Do not attempt to remove the fuze from a dud-fired grenade. SAFETY: · · · · · · · · · · · · Do not drop or jar.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY GRENADES INTRODUCTION: · · · · · Hand or rifle projected. Observe cover and safe distances before disposal. have added all-ways acting fuze Armed all-ways acting fuzes may be sensitive to movement Mechanical fuze may be fully armed and functional even when delay detonator has failed. Percussion cap not struck sufficiently hard. Ensure shaped charge cone is crushed during disposal. Do not attempt to replace the safety pin in a dud-fired grenade. deterioration/dampness may prolong the burning time of the delay.

HEAT warheads may not have their normal characteristic profile. Often difficult to identify warhead type. SPIN-STABILIZED (CANISTER/CARTRIDGE TYPE LAUNCHED): · · · · During demolition. Observe shaped charge precautions until positive identification. e. References 60E-2-2-1. Observe shaped precautions unless positively identified.. Incendiary grenades are usually sheet metal.g.GRENADES RIFLE: · · · · FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Nose fuzes on fired unexploded rifle grenades are likely to be damaged. Despite size. Fuze mechanisms vary widely and not readily identifiable unless marked. ensure unfired grenades are not launched. CHEMICAL/SMOKE: · · · Smoke grenades are usually make of thin sheet metal Riot-control grenades have emission holes covered with tape. spherical plastic. or synthetic rubber case. Partially impacted fuzes may make unexploded grenades sensitive to shock. 60A-1-1-22 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . these can be lethal at significant distances.

MODEL PRB NR 423 a a a E-4-2-53 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY E-1 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHINESE GRENADE. FRAG. FRAG. HAND. TYPE 82-1 a a a E-17-2-15 Ordnance used with: a BELGIAN GRENADE. HAND.

HAND. FRAG. FRAG. HAND. TYPE 86P a a a E-17-2-14 Ordnance used with: a IRAQI GRENADE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHINESE GRENADE. MODEL UNKNOWN a a a E-57-5-2 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY E-2 .

RGO-78IM a a E-16-2-2 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY E-3 . HAND: FRAGMENTATION.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a EGYPTIAN GRENADE. RGO-78. a AND PRACTICE. 2 a a a E-34-2-3 Ordnance used with: a BULGARIAN GRENADES. HAND. NO. FRAG.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S. DEFENSIVE. HAND.S. GRENADE.S. GRENADE. DEFENSIVE. HAND.S. F-1 a a a E-35-2-12 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY E-4 .R.R. RG-42 a a a E-35-2-12 Ordnance used with: a U.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a YUGOSLAV GRENADE. FRAG. HAND. BRM 75 a a a E-37-2-100 Ordnance used with: FUZE: YO: STIKER RELEASE. UBRV-M75 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY E-5 . HAND. BLAST. M75 a a a E-37-2-11 Ordnance used with: a YUGOSLAV GRENADE.

FRAG.S.R.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. RGD-5 a a a E-35-2-12 Ordnance used with: a EGYPTIAN GRENADE. 1 a a a E-34-2-4 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY E-6 . HAND. HAND.S. NO. GRENADE. DEFENSIVE.

HAND. 75-MM.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. GRENADES. HEAT. BOUNDING. RKG-3M & RKG-3T a a a E-35-2-21 Ordnance used with: a a a a CHINESE (PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC) GRENADE. (TYPE 69) Ordnance used with: E-17-5-4 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY E-7 .S. ROCKET-PROPELLED. MODEL UNKNOWN. HE-T.R. RKG-3.

HEAT. GRENADE. PG-2 a a a E-35-2-18 Ordnance used with: a IRAQI GRENADE.S.R.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. MODEL UNKNOWN a a a E-57-5-3 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY E-8 . SMOKE. PROJECTED.S. 84-MM.

MODEL a PG-7G a a E-35-2-13 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY E-9 .S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. HEAT-T.R. ROCKET PROPELLED. GRENADE.S.

· · · · · · · · · SAFETY/EOD CONSIDERATIONS · · · · Approach/work from the side. May contain an HE main charge or a variety including chemicals. disassemble. and by individuals. ships. incendiaries. Protect rockets within in an EMR field/environment.6 meters) of any exposed electronic transmitting equipment or exposed antenna leads. or strip unexploded rockets or components.0 feet (7. fixed positions. Wait a sufficient time (least 1 hour) for charged capacitors to discharge. The hazards include the warhead section and the propulsion system. If necessary to move. Do not jar or disturb an armed warhead.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY ROCKETS INTRODUCTION: · · · Rockets may be launched from aircraft. or assume most hazardous type fuze. do remotely. Do not expose electrically fired rocket motors within 25. Positively ID. References 60A-1-1-22 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . Do not transport an unfired rocket unless the motor igniter is shielded from EMR. Perform initial movement of an embedded rocket remotely. Wear Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) for suspected chemical agents. vehicles. pyrotechnics. Ignition will create a missile hazard/hot exhaust. Do not approach a smoking WP warhead unless absolutely necessary Wash thoroughly (soap and water) after handling rocket motor propellant. Do not dismantle. Work most hazardous fuze first. or combinations of these agents.

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CHEMICAL (NON-PERSISTANT) MODEL UNKNOWN ROCKETS: 140-MM.S.S. HEAT ROCKETS: S-5K1 a U.S. ROCKET. M-14-OF ROCKETS: 240-MM. FUZE. V-25 a a a F-35-3-1 Ordnance used with: ROCKETS: 140-MM.R. NOSE.R. ROCKET FUZE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. PD.S. F961 & F961U FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F-1 . PD. V-5K a a a F-35-3-7 Ordnance used with: ROCKETS: 57-MM.

S.S. HE/FRAG.S. PD.S. V-8 a a a F-35-3-16 Ordnance used with: ROCKET: UR: 80-MM. ROCKET FUZE.R. V-5M1 a a a F-35-3-8 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F-2 . S-8-OF WARHEAD: UR: 80-MM. HE/FRAG. PDSD. ROCKET FUZE.R. S-8-OF a U.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.

ROCKET WARHEAD. PD ROCKET: S-5K. HEAT a U. MODEL S-5KPB a a a F-35-2-23 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F-3 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. HEAT/FRAG MODEL a S-5KO a a F-35-2-24 Ordnance used with: FUZE: V-5K. ROCKET. 57-MM.R.S.S.S. 57-MM.R.S. HEAT/FRAG.

PD FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F-4 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. V-5M1 LAUNCHERS: UB-16-57-U LAUNCHERS: UB-16-57-UMVP a U. 57-MM. ROCKETS. ROCKETS.R.S. HE. HEAT.S. 57-MM.R. S-5K AND S-5K1 a a a F-35-2-2 Ordnance used with: FUZE: V-5K.S. S-5M a a a F-35-2-22 Ordnance used with: FUZE: PD/SD.S.

MODEL UNKNOWN. PROXIMITY BM21 a a a F-46-5-1 Ordnance used with: ROCKET: 122-MM. MODEL UNKNOWN FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F-5 . HE MODEL UNKNOWN a U. ROCKET FUZE. INCENDIARY. ROCKET.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a SOUTH AFRICAN FUZE. MRV-U a a a F-35-3-10 Ordnance used with: ROCKETS: 122-MM (MRL) WARHEADS: M-210F.S. PD. 9N55 (HE-FRAG). M-210FM.S. CHEMICAL.R.

LAU-61/A. PRACTICE. LAU-60/A. LAU-3A/A. LAU-59/A LAUNCHERS: LAU-3A. M159 LAUNCHERS: MA-2A FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F-6 . LAU-51/A. M157. 68-MM. M260. AND LAU-61B/A LAUNCHERS: M158A1. LAU-3C/A. SNEB. LAU-32A/A. LAU-61A/A. ADN LAU-3D/A. ROCKET MOTOR. LAU-3B/A.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH ROCKET WARHEAD. AND M261 LAUNCHERS: M3. 2.S. AND LAU-49/A.75-IN: FFAR MK 1 a a a F-2-2-1-1 Ordnance used with: LAUNCHERS: LAU-32/A. TYPE 22/3 a a a F-7-5-9 Ordnance used with: ROCKET MOTORS: TYPE 25 & TYPE 25* a U. M200-SERIES.

AND LAU-61B/A LAUNCHERS: M158A1. LAU-51/A. M260.S. LAU-3B/A. LAU-32A/A. ROCKET MOTOR. FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F-7 . LAU-3C/A. LAU-60/A. AND LAU-49/A. ADN LAU-3D/A. NOSE. F-961/F-961U. LAU-61A/A. M200-SERIES.75-IN: FFAR SR 105-AJ-1 a a a F-2-2-1-1 Ordnance used with: LAUNCHERS: LAU-32/A. LAU-59/A LAUNCHERS: LAU-3A.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.R. ROCKET FUZE. M159 LAUNCHERS: MA-2A a U. V-24A a a a F-35-3-6 Ordnance used with: ROCKET: 240-MM. M157. PD.S.S. AIRCRAFT. AND M261 LAUNCHERS: M3. 2. S-24 ROCKET: 240-MM. HE. HE. LAU-3A/A. LAU-61/A.

S. ROCKET MOTOR. 80-MM.S. S-8-OF a U. HE/FRAG.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. SOLID PROPELLANT. S8PM a a a F-35-2-35 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F-8 .S. HE/FRAG. CHAFF. 80-MM. ROCKET.R.S. S-8-OF WARHEAD: UR: 80-MM. S-8-OF a a a F-35-2-49 Ordnance used with: ROCKET: UR: 80-MM.R.

S-8-OF a U. ROCKET.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. HEAT/FRAG. SOLID-PROPELLANT. S-8KO a a a F-35-2-31 Ordnance used with: ROCKET LAUNCHERS: B-8M1. 20 TUBE. S-8-OF WARHEAD: UR: 80-MM. 7-TUBE FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F-9 . 80-MM. 20 TUBE. B-8V7. HE/FRAG. S-8-OF a a a F-35-2-47 Ordnance used with: FUZE: UR: PD.R. HE/FRAG. ROCKET.S.S.R.S. B-8V20. V-8 ROCKET MOTOR: UR: 80-MM.S. 80-MM.

S. S-8-OF FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F . HEAT/FRAG. V-8 ROCKET MOTOR: UR: 80-MM.R.S.R. SOLID-PROPELLANT. 7-TUBE a U. 80-MM.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. S-8-OF ROCKET: UR: 80-MM. 20 TUBE.S.S. B-8V7. B-8V20. HE/FRAG. S-8KOM a a a F-35-2-31 Ordnance used with: ROCKET LAUNCHERS: B-8M1. S-8-OF a a a F-35-2-48 Ordnance used with: FUZE: UR: PD. WARHEAD. HE/FRAG. 20 TUBE. ROCKET.10 . 80-MM.

MARKER SHELL: USK 035. HOLLOW CHARGE: PHK 090. MJ-1 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F . 033. & 034. HE. a (SNORA) a a F-33-5-1 Ordnance used with: WARHEADS: PRACTICE: UGK 028. 036. & 037. HE. 042 a CHINESE ROCKET.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a SWISS ROCKET.11 . SURFACE-TO-AIR. 81-MM. FRAG: SSK 029. SSSK 031 & SSK 032. AIR-TO-SURFACE. 107-MM. TYPE 63-2 a a a F-17-5-7 Ordnance used with: PD.

107-MM. 122-MM. HE-FRAG. HE TYPE 81 a a a F-17-5-4 Ordnance used with: FUZE: PD.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHINESE ROCKET. SP. MJ-4A FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F . MJ-4.12 . TYPE 63 a a a F-17-2-8 Ordnance used with: FUZE: TYPE 1 a CHINESE ROCKET. SPIN-STABLIZED.

ROCKET. MODEL 9M28F a a a F-35-5-2 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a ITALIAN ROCKET. MODEL 122/A a a a F-9-5-1 Ordnance used with: a U.R. 122-MM.13 .S.S. HE. 122-M.

S.R.S. 122-MM. ROCKET. S-13 a a a F-35-5-14 Ordnance used with: a U. ROCKET.14 .R. S-13-OF a a a F-35-5-13 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F .S. 122-MM.S. HE. HE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.

R. HE-FRAG. S-13-T a a a F-35-5-15 Ordnance used with: a U. a 9M22U (9-FOOT) a a F-35-2-1 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F .S. ROCKET. HE.R.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. 122-MM.15 . FIN & SPIN-STABILIZED.S. ROCKET. 122-MM.S.

127-MM. S-13D a a a F-35-2-43 Ordnance used with: a BRAZILIAN ROCKETS.16 . 122-MM.S. HE. AIR-TO-SURFACE. SS-15 AND SS-30 a a a F-44-2-1 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F .R.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. ROCKET.

R.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. FRAG-HE.S. 132-MM.S. FIN AND a SPIN-STABILIZED. MODEL M-13UK a a F-35-2-21 Ordnance used with: FUZE: GVMZ-1. PD FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F . PD a BRAZILIAN ROCKET. SS-40 a a a F-44-2-1 Ordnance used with: FUZE: M20-C1. ROCKET.17 . 180-MM.

S. HE.R. PD a U. MODEL S-24 a a a F-35-2-17 Ordnance used with: FUZE: V-24A. HE. 240-MM.S. PD FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F .R. PD FUZES: V-25.S. ROCKET. ROCKET.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S.18 . AIRCRAFT. SPIN-STABILIZED F-961 a a a F-35-2-7 Ordnance used with: FUZES: V-24. 240-MM.

PD a BRAZILIAN ROCKET. SS-60 a a a F-44-2-1 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY F . PD FUZES: V-25. ROCKET.S. 300-MM. HE. SPIN-STABILIZED F961U a a a F-35-2-7 Ordnance used with: FUZES: V-24.S.R.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.19 . 240-MM.

(Wait requirements vary widely. If possible. Unburned propellant may be capable of detonation under some circumstances. Size from large.) This period may allow the missile to selfdestruct. if possible. The possible presence of tandem warheads must be considered. A surface-to-surface or air-to-surface missile may contain any type of warhead. Do not approach an armed guided missile that has proximity fuzing while using a fluorescent light. Propulsion may be solid propellant or liquid fuels and oxidizers.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY GUIDED MISSILES INTRODUCTION: · · · · · · · · · · · Launched from aircraft. Do not approach a guided missile that has been in a fire until sufficient time has elapsed for it to cool. Many missiles have proximity fuzes. Approach an unidentified guided missile from the side. and some produce microwave radiation. EOD CONSIDERATIONS Approach: · · · · · Restrict all vehicle movement in the vicinity of the missile. An air-to-air or surface-to-air missile generally contains an HEfragmentation warhead. wait for a period after impact before approaching an unknown missile. FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . Location of explosive components should be verified before demolition Ensure venturi is destroyed during demolition to prevent flight. Most proximity fuzes have some type of impact backup. observe a minimum of 3 hours. Terminate radio transmissions as per safe distance recommendations of service directives. Single-piece rocket motor probably contains solid propellant. Some liquid-propellant engines may have a solid-propellant grain (gas generator) for combining the fuel and oxidizer. or biological agents. vehicles. the period should commence after the missile has cooled. Approach/work on an unfired rocket motor from the side. chemical. IR fuzes. May be multi-fuzed and incorporate a self-destruct system. Warhead may contain HE. ships. If the missile has a specified waiting period. fixed/mobile weapon to being carried/fired by one person. · · · · When approaching an unidentified guided missile. Fluorescent light has been known to function armed proximity fuzes. Impact fuzes may be located on the leading edge of fins. while a two/ or three-piece construction may be an engine containing liquid propellant. shut off. Unconventional fuzes may not be recognizable. Avoid entanglement with the wires of a wire-guided missile. observe chemical and fuel precautions until monitoring has verified that the missile does not contain a chemical warhead or a leaking motor. and by individuals. Identification: · · · · · · Remotely perform initial movement necessary for missile identification. or exhaust its firing power.

Mixture of the two liquids will result in a violent hypergolic reaction. Do not disconnect or cut any electrical cable unless prescribed in the EOD procedure or unless the explosive train has been broken. or both. Protect against burns and toxic dust/gases from a thermal battery. Propulsion systems: · · · Wear protective clothing/respiratory equipment when working on a liquid-propellant rocket engine. Guidance and control systems. Observe maximum fire-prevention precautions for the rocket motor. bend.GUIDED MISSILES EOD CONSIDERATIONS . Remotely cut or separate any line suspected of being under pressure. hydraulic liquid under pressure. Do not attempt to remove an igniter from a missile motor section unless specifically called for in an RSP. Remain upwind when missile is suspected of leaking fuels and oxidizers. or disconnect any high-pressure lines until certain that the system is void of pressure. A fuzing and firing circuit can fire because of a loss of or drop in voltage. Thoroughly wash the outer surface of protective clothing after working in the presence of fuels and/or oxidizers. cut. References 60A-1-1-22 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . Avoid body contact with the highly corrosive electrolyte used in wetcell batteries. Almost all guidance and control systems contain high-pressure air.Continued: Fuzing systems: · · · · FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY · · · · · · · Do not allow fuels to mix with oxidizers. Do not move. Do not strike or jar any missile components. Some also contain an anti-breakup device along the length of the warhead. Consider the warhead armed if the missile's has been fired.

FIM-92D. GUIDED MISSILES. SURFACE-TO-AIR. FIM-92A. AND FIM-92E (STINGER) (LAUNCHER) a a G-2-2-51 Ordnance used with: a U. FIM-92B.S. AND FIM-92E (STINGER) (MISSILE) a a G-2-2-51 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G-1 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. GUIDED MISSILES. SURFACE-TO-AIR. a FIM-92C. a FIM-92C. FIM-92B. FIM-92D.S. FIM-92A.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S. GUIDED MISSILES.S.S. SURFACE-TO-AIR.S. SA-7A. SA-14 a a a G-35-2-47 Ordnance used with: a U. GUIDED MISSILE.R. AND SA-N-5 (GRAIL) a a a G-35-2-7 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G-2 .R.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. SURFACE-TO-AIR. GUIDED MISSILES. SA-16 AND a PRACTICE (GIMLET) a a G-35-2-107 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G-3 . SA-7B.S.R.S. AND SA-N-5 (GRAIL MOD a 1) a a G-35-2-7 Ordnance used with: a U.S.R.S. GUIDED MISSILES.

MISTRAL a a a G-7-2-43 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G-4 . HN-5 a a a G-17-2-12 Ordnance used with: a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHINESE GUIDED MISSILES. SURFACE-TO-AIR OR AIR-TO-AIR. SURFACE-TO-AIR.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. AT-4A (SPIGOT A) AND AT-4B a (SPIGOT B) a a G-35-2-51 Ordnance used with: a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE. SURFACE-TO-SURFACE. GUIDED MISSILES.S.R.S. MILAN a a a G-7-2-39 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G-5 .

SURFACE-TO-SURFACE. AA-8A a a a G-35-2-52 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G-6 . MILAN 2 a a a G-7-2-39 Ordnance used with: a U.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE.R.S. GUIDED MISSILE.

GUIDED MISSILE.S. SURFACE-TO-SURFACE.S.R.R. AA-8B a a a G-35-2-52 Ordnance used with: a U. GUIDED MISSILE.S.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. AT-3A a (SAGGER) a a G-35-2-6 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G-7 .

SURFACE-TO-SURFACE. ANTITANK) a a a G-35-2-6 Ordnance used with: a U.S. GUIDED MISSILE. AT-3B (SAGGER) (IRANIAN RAAD.S.R. SURFACE-TO-SURFACE. GUIDED MISSILE.R.S. AT-3C (SAGGER) a a a G-35-2-6 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G-8 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S.

R.S.S. SA-9A AND a SA-9B (GASKIN) a a G-35-2-40 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G-9 . GUIDED MISSILE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. GUIDED MISSILES. SURFACE-TO-AIR.R. AT-5 a (SPANDREL) a a G-35-2-85 Ordnance used with: a U.S. SURFACE-TO-SURFACE.S.

R.10 .S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. SA-13 a a a G-35-2-71 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G . HEAT.S.S. GUIDED MISSILE. GUIDED MISSILE. M222 (DRAGON) a a a G-2-2-37 Ordnance used with: a U. AIR-TO-AIR.

AT-2C a (SWATTER) a a G-35-2-104 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G .R. a HOT a a G-49-2-9 Ordnance used with: a U. HOT.S. SURFACE-TO-SURFACE.11 . GUIDED MISSILE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a GERMAN/FRENCH GUIDED MISSILES.S. AND PRACTICE.

AT-2B SWATTER B a a a G-35-2-18 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G .S.S.12 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. AT-2A SWATTER A a a a G-35-2-18 Ordnance used with: a U. SURFACE-TO-SURFACE AND AIR-TO-SURFACE.S.S. GUIDED MISSILE. GUIDED MISSILE. SURFACE-TO-SURFACE AND AIR-TO-SURFACE.R.R.

GUIDED MISSILE LAUNCH CONTAINER.13 . & PRACTICE.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. BGM-71A & BGM-71B (TOW). BTM-71A (TOW) Ordnance used with: G-2-2-33 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G .S GUIDE MISSILE. BGM-71C (ITOW) a a a G-2-2-33 Ordnance used with: a a a a U. SURFACE ATTACK. SURFACE ATTACK.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. BGM-71A & BGM-71B (TOW). SURFACE ATTACK. GUIDED MISSILES. BTM-71A (TOW) a a a G-2-2-33 Ordnance used with: a GERMAN/FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE. & PRACTICE.S. HOT 2 a a a G-49-2-9 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G .14 .

ROLAND I AND a II a a G-7-5-1 Ordnance used with: a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE. SS. AS/SS-11. SURFACE-TO-AIR.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE.11 a a a G-7-2-14 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G .15 .

16 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE. AS/SS-11B1 (HARPOON) a a a G-7-2-14 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G .11A (HARPOON) a a a G-7-2-14 Ordnance used with: a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE. AS/SS-11A. AS.

GUIDED MISSILE.S. AIR-TO-AIR. AIR-TO-AIR.17 . AIM-7E (SPARROW) a a a G-2-2-11-3 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G . GUIDED MISSILE.S.R.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. AA-11 (ARCHER) a a a G-35-2-99 Ordnance used with: a U.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. GUIDED MISSILE. AS/SS.18 . AIR-TO-AIR.12 a a a G-7-2-15 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G . AS/SS-12 . AIM-7E-3 (SPARROW) a a a G-2-2-11-5 Ordnance used with: a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE.S.

R.S.S.S. AIR-TO-SURFACE: AGM-88A (HARM) a a a G-2-2-53-1 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G . AA-10A a a a G-35-2-84 Ordnance used with: a U. AIR-TO-AIR.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.19 . GUIDED MISSILE. GUIDED MISSILE.

AIR-TO-SURFACE: AGM-88B (HARM) a a a G-2-2-53-1 Ordnance used with: a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE. AIR-TO-AIR. MATRA R.20 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.530 a a a G-7-2-26 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G .S. GUIDED MISSILE.

GUIDED MISSILE. AGM-65E & a TRAINER.S.S.S. AIR-TO-SURFACE. SURFACE-TO-AIR.21 . A/A37A-T9 (MAVERICK) a a G-2-2-34-4 Ordnance used with: a U.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. SA-6 (GAINFUL) a a a G-35-2-13 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G . GUIDED MISSILES.R.

AIR-TO-SURFACE. AS. AIR-TO-SURFACE.30L a a a G-7-2-21 Ordnance used with: a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE.30 a a a G-7-2-21 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G . MODEL AS.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE.22 .

SURFACE-TO-SURFACE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE. AM-39 a (EXOCET) a a G-7-2-19 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G .23 . MM-38 a (EXOCET) a a G-7-2-19 Ordnance used with: a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE. AIR-TO-SURFACE.

MM-40 (EXOCET) a a a G-7-2-19 Ordnance used with: a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE. SURFACE-TO-SURFACE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a FRENCH GUIDED MISSILE. SM-39 (EXOCET) a a a G-7-2-19 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G .24 . SURFACE-TO-SURFACE.

S. AIR-TO-SURFACE.R. SURFACE-TO-AIR. AS-14A a (KEDGE) a a G-35-2-76 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G .S. GUIDED MISSILE. SA-3/SA-N-1 a (GOA) SERIES a a G-35-2-26 Ordnance used with: a U. GUIDED MISSILE.R.25 .S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S.S.R. GUIDED MISSILE, AIR-TO-SURFACE, AS-14B (KEDGE) a a a G-35-2-76
Ordnance used with:

a a a a

FRENCH/ITALIAN GUIDED MISSILES, SURFACE-TO-SURFACE, MK 1 AND MK 2 (TESEO), AND MK 2 (ERATO) (OTOMAT SERIES)

Ordnance used with:

G-49-2-10

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FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S. GUIDED MISSILE (GUIDED DISPENSER), a AIR-TO-SURFACE, AGM-154A (JSOW) a a G-2-2-81
Ordnance used with:
BOMBS: BLU-97B/B

a U.S.S.R. GUIDED MISSILE, SURFACE-TO-AIR, SA-2B, SA-2C, a SA-2F (GUIDELINE) a a G-35-2-22
Ordnance used with:

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S.S.R. GUIDED MISSILE, SURFACE-TO-AIR, SA-2D (GUIDELINE) a a a G-35-2-22
Ordnance used with:

a U.S. GUIDED MISSILES, SUBMARINE-TO-SURFACE, UGM-109B-1, AND -2 (TOMAHAWK) a a a G-2-2-56-1
Ordnance used with:
WARHEADS: WDU-25/B, WDU-36/B

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S. GUIDED MISSILES, AIR-TO-SURFACE, AGM-65B, AND a TRAINING, TGM-65B (MAVERICK) a a G-2-2-34-2
Ordnance used with:

a U.S. GUIDED MISSILES, AIR-TO-SURFACE, AGM-65D, AND a TRAINING, TGM-65D (MAVERICK) a a G-2-2-34-3
Ordnance used with:

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S. GUIDED MISSILES, AIR-TO-SURFACE, AGM-65F, & TRAINING, TGM-65F (MAVERICK) a a a G-2-2-34-5
Ordnance used with:

a U.S. GUIDED MISSILES, AIR-TO-SURFACE, AGM-65G, & TRAINING, TGM-65G (MAVERICK) a a a G-2-2-34-6
Ordnance used with:

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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31 . GUIDED MISSILE. NOSE AND TAIL.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. AIR-TO-SURFACE. FMU-139A/B MISSILE SECTIONS: US: AFT. MAU-191/A (AGM-86) ENGINE: US: F-107-WR-101 FUZES: US: IMPACT. CALCM. AGM-86C a a a G-2-2-79 Ordnance used with: ARMING DEVICE: US: WAD. IMPACT. FMU-137/A FUZES: US:BOMB.S. AGM-86 (CALCM) FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY G . AGM-86 (CALCM) MISSILE SECTIONS: US: CENTER.

Fuzed in a variety of ways. Take boobytrap precautions. Perform all initial movement of the mine remotely. Assume the presence of other mines nearby whenever a landmine is located.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY LANDMINES INTRODUCTION: · · · · Landmines are emplaced area-denial weapons. tripwire. infrared. They may be fired by pressure. Landmines may be designed to be boobytrapped with anti-lift devices. Do not cut/pull a taut wire. Landmines may be loaded with high explosives. cease removal procedures and destroy the mine in place. chemicals. When cutting the wires of an electric detonator. Do not stack fuzed mines. If possible. Many types contain pressure-actuated fuzing which may be fired by such action. or strike an armed mine or mine fuze. · · · · · · · · · · SAFETY: · · · · · · · · · · Observe magnetic precautions when approaching/working with a known or suspected magnetic influence fuze. Extremely sensitive explosive salts may have formed wherever the explosive contacts the metal. from small antipersonnel (apers) types to larger antitank (AT) or special-purpose types (off-route). explosive pressure pulse. Do not manually disturb. including mechanical. Before disarming. mark the location prominently and notify the proper authorities. determine the number and types of fuzes within the mine to ensure proper safety precautions are followed. Take cover before pulling a mine and wait for at least 60 seconds. electrical. If a mine or boobytrap must be left unlifted. chemical. Do not handle an AT mine that has been pulled from its emplacement until after closely examining the mine case to ensure that the case was not deliberately altered to permit separation at its base. neutralize all external fuzes. move slowly. A nonmagnetic probe is safer to use. Observe acoustic/seismic precautions when approaching or working on landmines with a known or suspected acoustic/seismic fuze. drop. It may contain a cocked-striker firing system. or pyrotechnic materials. acoustic/seismic. A mine is harmless if the firing train is broken. or controlled firing systems. Probe and examine the ground around a mine before starting to work on it. Consider an emplaced landmine armed and remove remotely. If it is absolutely necessary to walk into a mined area. If a part cannot be removed without applying an undue amount of force. as the mine may have a magnetic fuze. destroy in place all mines loaded with picric acid explosive. magnetic field changes. Improvised grapnels may be used to clear tripwire-actuated mines. Separation of the mine case from its base and main charge will function an internal pressure/pressure-release fuze. The fuze may contain a hung cocked firing pin. never pull a slack one. pressure release. magnetic-influence. cut and tape them one at a time to avoid closing the circuit with the wire cutters. tension release. Permit only one person at a time to work on one mine. FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . or direct electrical circuit closure. · · · · AT mines may be protected by apers mines. looking at the ground carefully to note disturbances in the soil and the presence of any tripwires. Do not use force on a mine or boobytrap. Before lifting a mine. Do not remove a mine from its emplacement if the pressure plate is compressed or deformed. but there may be more than one firing train.

if possible. Do not remove the pressure plate from a metallic AT mine unless the mine can be positively identified as one that is not fitted with a pressure/pressure-release fuze. EOD CONSIDERATIONS ANTI-TANK (AT) MINES: · · · Do not uncover until the ground has been thoroughly checked for antilift devices. There must be no movement of the tiltrod when the fuze is removed from the mine. Probe cautiously. Use extreme caution disarming belleville-spring-type fuzes by hand. Exercise care when hand-disarming apers mines with tripwire actuation. or a safety device may not be available or cannot be applied. Exercise care with wooden AT mines that have been buried for a long time. especially if they have been partially initiated. as they may be partially initiated by contact or blast. Be alert for small apers mines laid along the side of or underneath the tripwire to hinder disarming. Before cutting tripwires. Exercise care when disarming wooden AT mines by hand.do not straddle it . the wood deteriorates and the slightest inadvertent pressure on the top may initiate the fuze. vehicles. Do not permit personnel. If possible. Always trace the tripwire from the friendly side . it is not easy to locate the wire by probing.as a safeguard against accidental tripping or stepping on a small apers mine laid underneath the tripwire. and a slight jar or movement will set off the mine. or any heat-generating source in front of or to pass between an infrared source and receiver in front of the ordnance. for even nearby disturbance by the probe may release the fuze striker. If the stake is driven deep enough. A pressure-release fuze or pull fuze with pullwire may be actuated by raising or removing the pressure plate or lid.Continued: · · · FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY ANTIPERSONNEL: · · · · · Neutralize apers mines by replacing all safety pins. Some fuzes may not have a safety feature. Because of soil conditions. The preferred disposal procedure for antipersonnel and antitank landmines is to detonate or burn using incendiary grenades for the situation found. Precautions to prevent formation of HEAT jet or self-forging fragment. FUZES: · · Be extremely cautious disarming tilt fuzes by hand. insert a safety pin in the fuze before cutting the tripwire. trace them from mine to anchor (often the anchor may be another mine). Frequently. OFF-ROUTE: · · · · Electronic off-route mines contain an anti-handling option. Contact with fuzing sensor or into field of view may initiate. Some wooden mines have a special mousetrap device that is actuated in this way. before lifting the mines. Do not cut electric wires/breakwires connected – collapsing circuit. holes are drilled through the bottom of the case and pullwires connected to auxiliary fuzes are threaded and anchored to a stake underneath.LANDMINES SAFETY . · References 60A-1-1-22 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY .

APERS. MINE. C-3A1 (ELSIE) a a a H-5-2-1 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H-1 . MODEL UNKNOWN a a a H-57-5-1 Ordnance used with: a CANADIAN LANDMINE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI FUZE.

APERS. M17 a a a H-2-2-27 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H-2 . M14 & M14E1. PRACTICE. HE. LANDMINES. ILLUMINATION. VS-T a a a H-9-2-9 Ordnance used with: a U.S. APERS. & LANDMINE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a ITALIAN LANDMINE.

LANDMINE: APERS. POMZ-2 a a a H-35-2-22 Ordnance used with: a U.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S.R. LANDMINE: APERS.S.S. POMZ-2M a a a H-35-2-22 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H-3 .R.S.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a ITALIAN LANDMINE. M80 a a a H-2-2-23 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H-4 .S. LANDMINES: AT. INERT. P-25 (W/TYPE 2 FUZE) a a a H-9-2-10 Ordnance used with: a U. HE. APERS. AND TRAINING. M19. NONMETALLIC. M19.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHINESE LANDMINES. 72B. APERS. TYPES 72. AND 72C a a a H-17-2-4 Ordnance used with: a ITALIAN LANDMINE. P-25 (W/TYPE 1 FUZE) a a a H-9-2-10 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H-5 . APERS.

AT. MAT-76 a a a H-29-2-2 Ordnance used with: FUZE: P-62.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a ROMANIAN LANDMINE FUZE. AT. PRESSURE FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H-6 . P-62 a a a H-29-2-2 Ordnance used with: FUZE: P-62. PRESSURE a ROMANIAN LANDMINE.

L9A1 (BARMINE) a a a H-3-2-10 Ordnance used with: a BELGIAN LANDMINE. PRB-BAC H-28 a a a H-4-2-3 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H-7 .K.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. AT. APERS. LANDMINE.

AT.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a ITALIAN LANDMINE. VS-MK 2 AND VS-MK 2 AR-AN a a a H-9-2-6 Ordnance used with: LAUNCHER: GRILLO a ITALIAN LANDMINES. APERS. SB-81 AND SB-81/AR a a a H-9-2-24 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H-8 .

TM-46 AND TMN-46. LANDMINES.R. AT.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. AT.S. TYPE 72 a a a H-17-2-5 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H-9 . AND TRAINING.S. a UITM-46 a a H-35-2-21 Ordnance used with: a CHINESE (PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC) LANDMINE.

10 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a ITALIAN LANDMINE. VALMARA AND VALMARA 59 a a a H-9-2-15 Ordnance used with: ANTILIFT DEVICE: VS-AR4 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H . APERS. P-40 TYPE 2 a a a H-9-2-27 Ordnance used with: a ITALIAN LANDMINES.

HE. APERS.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. LANDMINES. M16 AND M16A1 a a H-2-2-30 Ordnance used with: a ITALIAN LANDMINES. AND a LANDMINES. INERT.S. VALMARA 69 PRACTICE. a VALMARA 69 a a H-9-2-15 Ordnance used with: ANTILIFT DEVICE: VS-AR4 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H . M16 AND M16A1.11 . APERS.

LANDMINE.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S. LANDMINE. FRAG. MON-50 a a a H-35-2-8 Ordnance used with: CONTROL DEVICE: VP-13 ELECTRIC MINE FUZE: MVZ-72 a U. APERS.R. PMN a a a H-35-2-7 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H .S.R.S. APERS.12 .

OFF-ROUTE. PPM-2. AT.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a GERMAN (PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC) LANDMINES. a AND PRACTICE.13 . PPM-2 UB a a H-21-2-4 Ordnance used with: a AUSTRIAN LANDMINE. APERS. ATM-6 a a a H-15-2-7 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H .

R. PMD-6 AND PMD-6M a a a H-35-2-19 Ordnance used with: U.R. LANDMINES. TC/2.S.14 . MINE FUZE: MUV-4 a ITALIAN LANDMINE.4 a a a H-9-2-8 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H . AT.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S. APERS.S.S.

VS-HCT a a a H-9-2-25 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H . CLAYMORE. TYPE 66 a a a H-17-5-4 Ordnance used with: a ITALIAN LANDMINE. AT.15 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHINESE LANDMINE. APERS.

LANDMINE. M21 a a a H-2-2-36 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a SINGAPORE LANDMINE. HE. AT. AT.6 a a a H-63-5-1 Ordnance used with: a U.16 .S. VS 1.

SB-MV/1 a a a H-9-2-5 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H . PRB-ATK-M3 a a a H-4-2-9 Ordnance used with: a ITALIAN LANDMINE.17 . AT.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a BELGIAN LANDMINE.

S. FUZE: MUV-4 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H .S.S. APERS.R.S. M18 a a a H-2-2-31 Ordnance used with: a U.R. HE. LANDMINE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.18 .S. MON-100 a a a H-35-2-4 Ordnance used with: U. APERS. LANDMINE.

TCE/6 a a a H-9-2-31 Ordnance used with: FUZE: ELECTRONIC.19 .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a ITALIAN LANDMINE. VS-HCT2 (MOD 1) a a a H-9-2-19 Ordnance used with: a ITALIAN LANDMINE. AT. ELECTRONIC. MODEL UNKNOWN FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H . AT.

20 . AT. HPD F2 a a a H-7-5-7 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a ITALIAN LANDMINE. AT. MODEL TC-6 a a a H-9-2-7 Ordnance used with: a FRENCH LANDMINE.

S. LANDMINE. AT.R. AT.S.S.21 . TM-57 a a a H-35-2-5 Ordnance used with: a U. TM-62M a a a H-35-2-12 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.R.S. LANDMINE.

BT-MI-BA III a a a H-20-2-17 Ordnance used with: a CZECHOSLOVAK LANDMINE. PT-MI-BA II a a a H-20-2-13 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY H .FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CZECHOSLOVAK LANDMINES.22 . AT. PT-MI-BA III AND PRACTICE. AT.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.S.S.R. LANDMINE, APERS, MON-200 a a a H-35-2-4
Ordnance used with:
U.S.S.R. FUZE: MUV-4

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
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NAVAL MINES

INTRODUCTION:
· · · · · Naval mine may be air-laid, submarine-laid, or surface-laid. Identification of a naval mine is inherent in the features of the mine case and fittings as influenced by the laying agent, and features inherent in its firing system. Most naval mines employ a case shape involving a sphere, some part of a sphere, a cylinder, or a combination of these Mine case identifying elements include the size and shape of the case, details of its external features, and any attached fittings or accessories. Painting and markings, as well as the type of material of the case and components, are valuable data if they can be readily determined without disturbing the mine.

· · · · ·

Do not disturb or move an armed mine except by remote means from a safe distance. Assume all mines contain a self-destruct capability. Use nonmagnetic tools and equipment to gain access to an unknown mine buried no land. Assume an unknown mine is fitted with antirecovery devices. Consider all mines adrift on the surface to be armed and functional.

EOD CONSIDERATIONS CONTACT MINES:
· · · · · · · · Chemical horn, cocked striker and sea water battery firing systems have an indefinite firing life. Chemical horn mine may remain functional even if the case is flooded. Avoid all lines and cables attached to the mine as they may be snag lines or function as galvanic antennas. Move a beached/sunken mine remotely. Mine movement can function a chemical or switch horn or whisker, or actuate an inertial firing device. Do not move any protruding object on a mine until its function has been positively identified. Do not put tension on a baseplate mooring spindle. Do not tamper with switches on a baseplate. Do not lift or move a mine by the mooring cable or place a strain on the cable unless it is determined such action will not close an internal mooring switch.

SAFETY
· · · · · · Observe influence precautions when approaching all unidentified mines until the firing means is identified, then observe the appropriate precautions. Do not touch an unidentified mine with any metallic object. Do not assume all mine in a minefield are of the same type or setting. Do not approach a mine in the surf. Wait until the tide drops or surf subsides. Attempt to locate and stay clear of flooders. Assume the mine contains the most hazardous component combination for which it is designed.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

NAVAL MINES
EOD CONSIDERATIONS - Continued INFLUENCE MINES:
· · · · ·

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

CONTROLLED MINES
· · If possible, determine the mine control point and ensure the actuation means is safed. Consider the possibility that more than one mine may be controlled from a single point, and that a single mine may have more than one control point.

Approach bottom mines from the nose end within a 45 to 90 degree angle of either side of the nose. Consider all influence mines of recent development to use magnetometers as the magnetic sensor Maintain influence precautions until the mine is determined to be unarmed, neutralized, or rendered safe. Keep all craft, other than the diving platform, at least 600 feet from the mine. Do not chip or scrape marine growth or rust from an armed influence mine.

Reference 60A-1-1-37

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a EGYPTIAN NAVAL MINES, MOORED, CONTACT, SHALLOW a WATER a a Q-34-2-1
Ordnance used with:

a U.S.S.R. NAVAL MINE, CONTACT MYAM, (IRAQI AL MARA) a (IRANIAN SADAF-01) a a Q-35-2-11
Ordnance used with:

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
Q-1

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a IRAQI NAVAL MINE, MOORED/DRIFTING, CONTACT, AL-MUTHENA/35 a a a Q-57-2-2
Ordnance used with:

a U.S.S.R. NAVAL MINE, BOTTOM, ACOUSTIC-INFLUENCE, UDM a a a Q-35-2-32
Ordnance used with:
FUZE: RINMARF

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
Q-2

MKB a a a Q-35-2-2 Ordnance used with: a U.R.R. NAVAL MINE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. MOORED. CONTACT. MKB-3 a a a Q-35-2-2 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Q-3 . NAVAL MINE.S. CONTACT.S.S. MOORED.S.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a ITALIAN NAVAL MINE. BOTTOM. INFLUENCE. MANTA a a a Q-9-2-17 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Q-4 .

Often found above ground in vegetation or manmade structures. fuze mechanisms and detonators may be fully operational after many years. Partially impacted fuzes may be highly sensitive especially piezoelectric types. simple. or parachute. rear ejection. SAFETY: · · · · · · · · · May Incorporate stab-sensitive or all-ways acting fuze(2). Stabilization includes fins. Partially impacted fuzes may be in a highly sensitive state. Delivered by missiles. Large numbers at a contaminated site complicates a clearance operation. munition is highly sensitive to pressure on the fuze. equipment. Dispensers contain hazardous components such as ejection charges and linear cutting charges. pyrotechnics. projectiles. EOD CONSIDERATIONS CHUTE-STABILIZED: · · May not arm if release altitude too low. and area-denial. Targets include personnel. Dispensed by nose ejection. References 60A-1-1-22 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . Fillers include HE. cheap devices to the large. DPICM: · · · Subject to a high failure rate. or case rupture. If armed. FIN-STABILIZED (HEAT): · · May penetrate soft ground and be buried due to high sectional density. Presence is indicated by empty containers and packaging. a streamer. Presence of an unexploded scatterable may indicate others are present. SPIN-ARMED: · · · Due to failure in the fully armed condition due to insufficient impact energy. FIN-STABILISED (FRAGMENTATION): · Thick-walled varieties can produce heavy fragments. and mortars. Most incorporate a separate arming mechanism. Most function upon impact but some are victim-operated or contain delays. lethal at substantial ranges. Despite external corrosion. illuminants.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY SCATTERABLE INTRODUCTION: · · · · · · · · From the very small. highly complex and expensive ‘smart’ munitions. All-ways acting fuze mechanisms can behave like an anti-disturbance device. Armed bomblets prone to failure if impact angle too great or fall broken by vegetation or soft ground. They often become tangled in vegetation and structures. Armed with all-ways acting fuzes sensitive to movement. machinery. rockets. and chaff. May fail to arm if drop height is insufficient.

.

SB-33 a a a T-9-2-5 Ordnance used with: a IRAQI GRENADE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a ITALIAN LANDMINES. APERS. DUAL-PURPOSE. MODEL UNKNOWN a a a T-57-5-1 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY T-1 .

PM-1 a a a T-50-2-1 Ordnance used with: DISPENSER: CB-250-K FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY T-2 . BOMB UNIT. BLU-77/B a a a T-2-2-18 Ordnance used with: DISPENSERS: US: MK 7 MOD 2 DISPENSERS: US: MK 7 MOD 3 DISPENSERS: US: MK 7 MOD 4 DISPENSERS: US: MK 7 MOD 6 a CHILEAN BOMB. HEAT. APERS.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. AV/AT.

HEAT.S. 4. 6 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY T-3 . MK 118 MODS 0 & 1 a a a T-2-2-6 Ordnance used with: DISPENSERS: CBU SYSTEMS DISPENSERS: MK 7 MODS 2. 3. BOMB. HEAT/FRAG.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHILEAN BOMB. PM-2 a a a T-50-5-1 Ordnance used with: a U.

BLU-97/B. -2 GUIDED MISSILES: UGM-109D-3. AND BOMB Ordnance used with: DISPENSER: SUU-65/B GUIDED MISSILE: AGM-154/A GUIDED MISSILES: RGM-109C-1. VECP MODIFIED a a a T-2-2-6 Ordnance used with: DISPENSERS: CBU SYSTEMS DISPENSERS: MK 7 MODS 2. -31.S. BOMB. BOMB UNITS. -41 T-2-2-8 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY T-4 . 3. BLU-97(T-2)/B. LIVE. -31. 4. BLU-97A/B. AND BLU-97(T-3)/B. HEAT/FRAG. 6 a a a a U. -4 GUIDED MISSILES: RGM-109D-3. -3. BLU-97(T-1)A/B. BLU-97(T-1)/B. AND BLU-97B/B. FRAG/HEAT. -41 GUIDED MISSILES: UGM-109C-1. TRAINING. BOMB UNITS. -4.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. -4.S.

S. AND BOMB UNITS. AREA DENIAL. GUIDED BOMB SYSTEM: GBU-2A/B MISSILE: MGM-52C T-2-2-11 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY T-5 . BLU-86/B AND BLU-86A/B. AND BLT(T-1)/B Ordnance used with: DISPENSERS: SUU-30H/B DISPENSERS: SUU-51B/B (BLU-63/B ONLY) DISPENSERS: SUU-54A/B. BLU-63A/B.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a CHILEAN BOMBLET. PM-3 a a a T-50-5-3 Ordnance used with: a a a a U. INCENDIARY. TRAINING. BOMB UNITS. BLU-63/B. BLU-63(T-1)/B. FRAG.

BLU-61A/B a a a T-2-2-21 Ordnance used with: DISPENSERS: SUU-30B/B. BOMB UNIT.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a ITALIAN LANDMINES. AND TRAINING a a a T-9-2-3 Ordnance used with: ANTILIFT DEVICE: VS-AR4 a U. APERS. FRAG. VS-50AR.S. 30H/B FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY T-6 .

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. YU-S-AT (MULTIPLE COUNTRY a DEVELOPED MINE. HB876 a a a T-3-3-1 Ordnance used with: a YUGOSLAV MINE. AT. ANTITANK. KTRM) a a T-37-5-1 Ordnance used with: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY T-7 .K. AREA DENIAL. LANDMINE.

BLU-91/B (GATOR) a a a T-2-2-9 Ordnance used with: DISPENSER: SUU-58/B DISPENSER: SUU-64/B FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY T-8 .S. LANDMINE. APERS. AT/AV. LANDMINE.S. BLU-92/B (GATOR) a a a T-2-2-10 Ordnance used with: DISPENSERS: SUU-58/B DISPENSERS: SUU-64/B a U.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U.

BOMB RUNWAY PENETRATOR. 1 MK 1 a (SG-357) a a T-3-2-2 Ordnance used with: DISPENSER.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a SOUTH AFRICAN BOMB. 1 MK 1 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY T-9 . 450-KG. 6.K. ALPHA a a a T-46-2-2 Ordnance used with: BOMB: SF: CLUSTER. NO.20-KG. APERS. CB470 a U. 26-KG. NO.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a ITALIAN LANDMINE. AT.6 a a a T-9-2-4 Ordnance used with: ITALIAN ANTILIFT DEVICE. VS-2. AT.2 TYPE 1 a a a T-9-2-1 Ordnance used with: ANTILIFT DEVICE: VS-AR4 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY T . VS-AR4 a ITALIAN LANDMINES. MODEL VS 1.10 .

S. BOMB UNITS. FAE.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY a U. 49A/B FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY T .11 . BLU-73/B (OBSOLETE) AND a BLU-73A/B a a T-2-2-30 Ordnance used with: DISPENSERS: SUU-49/B.

PROJECTILE FUZES. MT. MTSQ. M557C1 U.R. ZB 500 GD SUSPECTED ORDNANCE Projectiles AUSTRIAN PROJECTILE FUZE. GBU-36/B U.S. BOMB UNIT. HE. MODELS DBR AND DBR-2 U. PROJECTILE FUZES. BOMB.S. PROJECTILE FUZE. PROJECTILE FUZE.S.S. CARTRIDGE. PD. GUIDED.S. BD.S.S. PROJECTILE FUZE.R. M51A4 MOD 3. PROJECTILE.S. Bombs U. M51A1.S.S. GO-2 (U) U. GUIDED.R. If you encounter these items. PD.S.R. PROJECTILE FUZES. & M51A5 MOD 3 U.R.S. PROJECTILE FUZE. VM-30 U.S.S.S. HE. BOMB UNITS. PD. PD.S. GBU-31(V)1/B AND GBU-31(V)2/B (JDAM) U.S.R. M51A4.S. CARTRIDGE.S. PD.S.S. M51A4 MOD 3 . PROJECTILE FUZE. M51 MOD 1. UO-832 DU U. PD. PD. PROJECTILE FUZE. GUIDED.S.S. 82-MM. PROJECTILE FUZE. PROJECTILE FUZES.R. M48A3 U. 100-MM. & J/B U. M51. PROJECTILE FUZES.R.R. PD. BOMB UNITS. OG-9B CHINESE PROJECTILE FUZE. PD. M12 & V-22 U.S.R. PROJECTILE FUZE.R. Contact information is provided on the inside front cover of this book.S. BK-3 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . OR PIBD.R. M48A1. PROJECTILE FUZE.S. PROJECTILE FUZE. TM-16L U.S. PROJECTILE FUZE. GUIDED. MORTAR.S. M535 U. 155-MM.S. GK-2 U. T37A1B1 BULGARIAN PROJECTILE. PROJECTILE FUZE.S. M51A5. RG-6 U.S.S.S.R. PROJECTILE FUZE.S. GBU-37/B U. RGM-6 U. MP-1B GERMAN (FEDERAL REPUBLIC) PROJECTILE FUZE. PROJECTILE FUZE.S. GK-1 U.S. MORTAR. PD. 73-MM. M507 U. PROJECTILE FUZE. PIBD.S.S. M521 U. PD. M51A5 MOD 3 U.S.S. PROJECTILE. M572 U. VM-60 U. PD.S. PD. PD. GUIDED.S.R. HE. MT. PD.S.S.R. OF-32 U. UO-832D U. M557 U. MT. GUIDED. T-1 U. BOMB UNITS. NOSE. 100-MM. T-90 U.S. M48. OR PIBD.S. PROJECTILE FUZES.S. AZDM 151 & AZDM 211 NETHERLANDS PROJECTILE FUZE. PROJECTILE FUZE.S.S. GBU-24D/B (See Message) U. PD. VM-30L U. PD. PROJECTILE FUZE. MODEL DM 51 GERMAN (FEDERAL REPUBLIC) PROJECTILE FUZE.S. MT. V-90 U. PD. MD-8 U. M51A2.S. PROJECTILE. (TSQ). 82-MM. please notify the NAVEODTECHDIV so we can update our information.S. BOMB UNIT.S.R.R. HE-FRAG. PROJECTILE FUZE. PD. PROJECTILE FUZE. M-6 U.S.FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Below is a list of items suspected to be in Iraq. M51A3. HEAT-FS-T.S. GPV-2 U.S.S. M107 U. GBU-31(V)3/B AND GBU-31(V)4/B (JDAM) U. DM241 GERMAN (FEDERAL REPUBLIC) PROJECTILE FUZES. M51 MOD 1.S. PROJECTILE FUZE.R. BD.S. PD. PD.S.S. M48A2. GBU-10G/B H/B. M720 U.S.R.S. MT. PD. PD. or any others.R. WITH BOOSTER U. PROJECTILE FUZE. MGZ-57 U.R. SQ. INCENDIARY. PDSD. M557.S.R.R. RGM U.S. BOMB UNIT. HE. PROJECTILE FUZE.R. PROJECTILE FUZE. PD.

BK-6M U. HE-FRAG. 122-MM. MODEL SP-46 U. MODEL F-853U U.S. HAND. 160-MM. MODEL 0-4M BULGARIAN GRENADE. FIN. M-67 (M67) Rockets U. MORTAR. HE. MODEL F-853A U. MODEL S-832S U. PROJECTILE. RECOILLESS-RIFLE.S. HEAT.S. ILLUMINATING.& SPINSTABILIZED. MODEL OF-843A U. 82-MM.S. HE.S.S.R.S. HAND.S. SPIN-STABILIZED. HEAT.S.R. MORTAR.R.S. MORTAR.R. PROJECTILE. 82-MM. MORTAR. MORTAR. PROJECTILE.S. 9M22M (6-FOOT) FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY . PROJECTILE.R. 160-MM. FRAG.R. 120-MM. FRAG. HAND. HE. M68 U. RIFLE. PROJECTILE.R. PROJECTILE. MODEL OG-7V U. FRAG. HE. 122-MM. 120-MM.R. 122-MM. APHE-T. GRENADE. PROJECTILE. M60. PROJECTILE.S. PROJECTILE. PROJECTILE. 82-MM. HEAT-FS. ROCKET. HE.R. MODEL F-852 U. MORTAR. PROJECTILE.S. MODEL OF-843B U. PROJECTILE.R. 130 MM.S.R.R.S. MODEL 0-881A U.S.S.S. PROJECTILE. 40-MM.S. FRAG. 60MM.S.S. MODEL 0-832D YUGOSLAV PROJECTILE. GRENADE.S. MORTAR.S. ILLUM. PD. ILLUM.S.R. HE-FRAG.S. MODEL BP-463 U. RGN U.S. MODEL 0-832-DU U. 160-MM.S.Continued FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Grenades BULGARIAN FUZE.S. 82-MM.S.S.S. 122-MM.R. HEAT.SUSPECTED ORDNANCE Projectiles . RGO U.R.S. GRENADE. AND PRACTICE. BR-471 U.R. RKG-3EM YUGOSLAV GRENADES.S.R. FRAG.S. MORTAR.