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FSG 13 Ammunition and Explosives

Ammunition and Explosives

Note-Excluded from this group are items specially designed for nuclear ordnance application.

Supply Items Included in Federal Supply Group 13

IGNITER,TORPEDO 16 Items
A metal container with a combustible material to ignite the fuel in the combustion chamber of a torpedo.
DETONATOR,ELECTRIC 175 Items
An item consisting of electrical leads and explosive elements designed to detonate an explosive charge.
TORPEDO MAIN ASSEMBLAGE 150 Items
A group of components consisting of an AFTERBODY AND TAIL, TORPEDO and an energy section which may be a BATTERY COMPARTMENT, TORPEDO or an AIR FLASK, TORPEDO. It may include a torpedo nose assembly but does not include a WARHEAD, TORPEDO, or an EXERCISE HEAD, TORPEDO.
EXERCISE HEAD,TORPEDO 73 Items
An item designed for attachment to a TORPEDO MAIN ASSEMBLAGE to complete a torpedo for a practice run. It may contain recording instruments.
WARHEAD,TORPEDO 61 Items
A warhead designed for attachment to a TORPEDO MAIN ASSEMBLAGE. When empty or inert loaded, it may be used for training purposes.
EXPLODER MECHANISM,TORPEDO 38 Items
An electrical and/or mechanical device designed to actuate the explosive train of a WARHEAD, TORPEDO by means of a physical impact or an influence signal. It may contain a disarming device.
ARMING DEVICE,TORPEDO 22 Items
An item designed to perform the electrical switching and mechanical alignment necessary to detonate a WARHEAD, TORPEDO after the warhead has been actuated by the exploder mechanism.
TORPEDO,WARSHOT 143 Items
A self-propelled item designed to be launched from a tube or aircraft and is directed to the target by a prefixed course, teleguidance or by homing. It includes TORPEDO, MAIN ASSEMBLAGE; WARHEAD, TORPEDO; and EXPLODER MECHANISM, TORPEDO which is iniated by percussion or magnetic influence.
TORPEDO,WARSHOT,PRACTICE 212 Items
A TORPEDO, WARSHOT designed to simulate the service item. It may contain some form of charge to indicate functioning.
VALVE,EXPLOSIVE ACTUATED 14 Items
An item designed to release gas or fluid by an explosive igniter to control operation of fin(s), rudder(s), switches or other functional items of a guided missile, guided bomb, torpedo or other ammunition.
MODIFICATION KIT,AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES 113 Items
A modification kit used to modify ammunition and explosives.
TARGET DETECTING DEVICE,FUZE 45 Items
An item consisting of an electronic sensing element which initiates the action of a fuze.
TORPEDO,EXERCISE 56 Items
A recoverable torpedo specifically designed to simulate the service item to train and certify ship crew members in the use and expenditure of torpedo operations. May or may not include telemetry set which provides torpedo reliability data for system analysis.
BLASTING MACHINE 142 Items
A key or handle operated item which is used to generate an electrical impulse to initiate an explosive charge.
DYNAMITE 51 Items
A high explosive consisting of nitro-glycerine and/or nitroglycol and/or ammonium nitrate and other materials with or without an inert base, packed in cylindrical paper cartridges or in bags. It is set off by a detonator and is used for general blasting purposes.
PRIMER,ELECTRIC 109 Items
PRIMER,PERCUSSION 242 Items
DEMOLITION KIT,BANGALORE TORPEDO 23 Items
A group of items consisting of a number of bangalore torpedoes with connecting sleeves and a nose sleeve to facilitate assembly of an explosive unit of varying length.
DEMOLITION KIT,BLASTING 93 Items
A group of items consisting of demolition charges or components of an explosive or a nonexplosive nature, which may include initiating and priming components, and accessories used in conjunction with the explosive charge(s). Theexplosive or nonexplosive components when combined or assembled on site and used with an initiating or priming charge can cause an explosion of predetermined size for a specific purpose.
DEMOLITION KIT,PROJECTED CHARGE 24 Items
A group of items including demolition charges designed for assembly into a device to be positioned by an external force for clearing a path through a mine field.
DETONATOR KIT,CONCUSSION 10 Items
A group of items including a blasting cap and a mechanical firing device designed to be actuated by the concussion wave of a nearby blast. It may be used to detonate several charges simultaneously without interconnecting the charges with wires or detonating cord.
FIRING DEVICE SET,DEMOLITION 131 Items
CORD,DETONATING 1119 Items
An item consisting of a flexible tube containing a core of explosive. The tube may be overwrapped with alternating layers of fibrous yarn or fiberglass and a flexible plastic material, or the tube may be covered with a fibrous overbraid and inclosed in another tube. It is designed for transmitting a confined detonation wave.
CAP,BLASTING 338 Items
A small, metallic tube closed at one end and filled with high explosives used to detonate demolition and explosive charges/items. Non-electric blasting caps can be initiated and/or assembled with FUSE,BLASTING,TIME, shock tube, or CORD,DETONATING. Electric blasting caps have wires and are initiated from an electrical current, provided from sources such as a BLASTING MACHINE. They may come with devices to simplify use with other items, such as a HOLDER,BLASTING CAP or a demolition bar.
IGNITER,TIME BLASTING FUSE 62 Items
A device containing a firing mechanism and suitable ignition material for igniting a FUSE,BLASTING, TIME.
SQUIB,ELECTRIC 331 Items
An item designed for electrical firing of burning type munitions or to initiate operation of jettisoning equipment and shearing devices, or as igniters for rockets or for setting equipment in motion where a small explosive device is required. It consists essentially of a tube containing a flammable material and a small charge of powder compressed around a fine resistance wire connected to electrical leads or terminals. Excludes CARTRIDGE, IMPULSE.
ADAPTER,PRIMING 38 Items
An adapter designed to secure an electric or nonelectric blasting cap, a detonating cord, or a time blasting fuse in the activator well of a demolition charge.
HOLDER,BLASTING CAP 19 Items
A holder for a blasting cap for detonating an explosive charge.
DESTRUCTOR,EXPLOSIVE 15 Items
A cylindrical metallic item containing explosive components for destruction of material by explosion.
CHARGE,DEMOLITION 1066 Items
An explosive load used to produce a general blasting effect.
CHARGE,DEMOLITION,PRACTICE 100 Items
A CHARGE, DEMOLITION designed to simulate the actual service item. It may contain some form of inert material and limited explosive charge, incendiary or smoke to indicate functioning.
DETONATOR,PERCUSSION 110 Items
An item consisting of a blasting cap and explosive elements designed to detonate an explosive charge.
DETONATOR,STAB 34 Items
An explosive device which is designed to initiate the detonation wave in an explosive train by the stabbing action of a PIN, FIRING.
FIRING DEVICE,DEMOLITION 209 Items
An item designed to detonate a blasting cap(s) or a detonator by mechanical means such as a release of a spring propelled striker or firing pins or by electrical means such as dry cell battery, with related circuitry including test contacts and output leads.
DETONATOR,FRICTION 18 Items
An item consisting of a blasting cap, a fuze and a pull type fuze lighter for detonating an explosive charge.
CHARGE ASSEMBLY,DEMOLITION 26 Items
A group of items including explosives, assembled in a haversack designed for use in beach reconnaissance and underwater demolition missions.
DETONATOR,ELECTRIC 175 Items
An item consisting of electrical leads and explosive elements designed to detonate an explosive charge.
DUMMY DETONATOR 48 Items
An inert item designed to be used in lieu of a detonator for training purposes only.
FILE DESTROYER,INCENDIARY 10 Items
An incendiary device designed for use in destroying combustible file material. Excludes CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT DESTROYER, INCENDIARY.
FIRING KIT,DEMOLITION,ELECTRICAL 15 Items
A group of expendable items, including a firing switch, a dry battery, and electrical leads, designed to be used with a DEMOLITION KIT, PROJECTED CHARGE or DEMOLITION KIT, PROJECTED CHARGE, INERT.
FIRING DEVICE,EXPLOSIVE ACTUATOR 25 Items
A semiautomatic item designed to be initiated by an external force. Its function is to detonate an explosive actuator cartridge by mechanical means, for the actuation of mechanical contrivances.
DEMOLITION KIT,PROJECTED CHARGE,PRACTICE 10 Items
PRIMER AND BASE,IGNITER 10 Items
An item consisting of an assembled primer and base. It is a component part of an initiating device.
CUTTER,HIGH EXPLOSIVE 40 Items
An item containing a shaped charge designed to sever wire rope, chain, rod, pipe, and the like. It may be constructed for surface and/or underwater operations. Fastening devices may be included. Excludes CUTTER, CARTRIDGE ACTUATED and CUTTER, PROPELLANT ACTUATED.
DESTRUCTOR,INCENDIARY 19 Items
An item designed to destruct electronic and mechanical equipment by burning. It is used with preinstalled circuitry and has safeguards against initiation by high frequency radiation.
CAP,BLASTING,PRACTICE 10 Items
An item or an assembly containing a small tube, usually copper or aluminum, closed at one end, with a reduced charge, designed to simulate a CAP,BLASTING.
BOOSTER,DEMOLITION CHARGE 30 Items
An item designed to be filled with explosive material to relay and amplify the detonation wave and to insure proper detonation of the main charge of a CHARGE, DEMOLITION.
HOLDER,DEMOLITION CHARGE 14 Items
An item designed to accommodate and position securely a CONTAINER, DEMOLITION CHARGE or CHARGE, DEMOLITION on the object to be destroyed.
BLASTING MACHINE KIT 28 Items
A group of nonexplosive items, including a BLASTINGMACHINE, used for the preparation and generation of an electrical impulse to initiate or to prime an explosive charge or the like.
EXPLOSIVE KIT,BLASTING 58 Items
A group of items consisting of various demolition materials and a detonating cord.
DETONATING KIT,BLASTING 25 Items
A group of items consisting of initiating and priming components, and accessories.
CHEST,BLASTING DETONATING KIT 11 Items
CASE,BLASTING MACHINE 12 Items
FUZE,DEMOLITION CHARGE 60 Items
A fuze designed to initiate a demolition charge.
CHARGE,SPOTTING 62 Items
An ammunition component with explosive and/or pyrotechnic substances intended to produce sound, flash, or smoke effects. It is used in spotting and practices ammunition to show the location of its point of functioning or impact.
DUMMY CORD,DETONATING 25 Items
An item having the appearance of and designed to represent a CORD,DETONATING without having internal functional components.
TILE,ARMOR 193 Items
A device to defeat warheads.
DEMOLITION EQUIPMENT,EMPLACEMENT 17 Items
A group of items such as an excavator, pumps, generators, power supplies, pipes and fittings, tools and repair parts assembled for the purpose of excavating and emplacement of liquid or semiliquid explosives in the plastic pipe or tubing emplaced by the equipment. It includes power operated equipment for excavation and burying of the pipe or tubing. It includes power or manually operated pumping equipment and may includes facilities for premixing of ingredients.
EXPLOSIVE SCENT KIT,CANINE 55 Items
A group of various items that may or may not be explosive designed to maintain/increase the proficiency of Military Police Dog and Explosive Detecting Teams to search out and detect amounts of various Explosive materials.
CLAMP,DETONATING CORD 12 Items
An item, specifically designed to hold a CORD, DETONATING.
CHARGE,SHOCK TEST 10 Items
An explosive load which is formed to produce an aquatic wave motion to test the metallurgic strength of surface ship hulls.
IGNITER,ELECTRIC MATCH 29 Items
An electrically initiated pyrotechnic device used to remotely ignite smoke canisters, simulators and other pyrothechnic devices.
PLUG,DEMOLITION CHARGE 10 Items
An inert plug the cylindrical or conical spigot of which is completely or partly inserted or screwed into an aperture of a demolition charge in order to prevent penetration of foreign matter.
CASE,DEMOLITION CHARGE 158 Items
A case of various shapes and sizes designed to be filled with an explosive charge. It may concentrate the energy of the explosive in one direction.
ADAPTER,SHOCK TUBE 48 Items
A device designed to secure the shock tube to the ignitor for ignition of shock tube blasting caps. It includes a special primer and has a length of shock tube and splicing tube attached.
IGNITER,SHOCK TUBE 19 Items
A device that facilitates the ignition of shock tube blasting caps.
RECEIVER,RADIO FIRING DEVICE 46 Items
After an arming delay time of several minutes, this unit initiates activation of attached electric or nonelectric blasting cap(s), upon receiving a special coded signal from a transmitter. It may include an electro-mechanical solenoid and a primer. The solenoid mechanism will provide up to seven pounds of actuating force to activate a mechanical firing device or other internal machine.
CORD,CUTTING 50 Items
An item designed to cut with a great precision materials such as metal, composite materials, plastic, and the like.
ARMOR TILE SET 50 Items
A vehicular set of TILE, ARMOR in various sizes.
DUMMY CAP,BLASTING 37 Items
An item with a completely inert load (containing no explosives), which is designed to replicate CAP,BLASTING or CAP,BLASTING,PRACTICE. This item is designed to not be incorporated or be used in combination with energetic material nor be delivered in or by a weapon system. This item is used in activities such as assembly, handling, instruction, training, gauging or maintenance.
COUPLING BASE,FIRING DEVICE 28 Items
A device by means of which a standard firing device may be connected to a black powder igniter or blasting cap. The item is threaded on one end to screw into a standard firing device and at the other end to screw into a cap well of demolition charge or certain types of land mines. It may or may not be assembled with a percussion primer.
DETONATOR,FLASH 34 Items
An explosive device which is designed to initiate the detonation wave in an explosive train by the flash action of an initiator.
INITIATOR,EXPLOSIVE DESTRUCTOR 30 Items
An item specifically designed to initiate a DESTRUCTOR, EXPLOSIVE by electrical or powder train initiation.
PIN,FUZE SAFING AND ARMING 39 Items
An item of various shapes used to prevent or allow the arming of a fuze. It may be used with attaghments or in conjunction with an ARMING WIRE ASSEMBLY.
TUBE,FLASH 29 Items
A tubular item designed to transmit an igniting spark, flame, or the like, from a fuze and/or detonating device to an explosive.
DEMOLITION KIT,CRATERING 17 Items
A group of items consisting of a rocket motor, a high explosive charge, and a shaped charge unit for assembly into a device which, when initiated, forms a crater of sufficient depth, diameter, wall slope, and bottom characteristics to insure an effective obstacle to track and wheeled vehicles.
CORD ASSEMBLY,DETONATING 1755 Items
An item consisting of a definite length of detonating cord, having ends which are terminated with caps containing a quantity of explosive. The ends also incorporate a means to permit connection to another detonating cord assembly or item.
CONTROL,REMOTE,FIRING DEVICE 36 Items
A control utilized to remotely accomplish selective arming and disarming and to furnish the command signal to one or more FIRING-MONITORING DEVICE.
FIRING-MONITORING DEVICE 39 Items
An item designed to monitor and detonate a charge of explosives, incendiary or smoke by means of transmitted signals of radio, radar, sound, light, and the like.
FUSE,BLASTING,TIME 16 Items
A fuse consisting of a cord with an explosive/incendiary core which burns at a known rate and provides a time delay proportionate to its length. It is used to ignite a blasting cap or an explosive charge. Excludes CORD,DETONATING.
PRIMER,ELECTRIC 109 Items
FIN ASSEMBLY,ROCKET MOTOR 24 Items
ROCKET MOTOR 716 Items
A nonairbreathing reaction propulsion device that consists essentially of a thrust chamber and exhaust nozzle, and that carries its own solid oxidizer-fuel combination from which hot gases are generated by combustion and expanded through a nozzle. See also ROCKET MOTOR CLUSTER.
NOZZLE,EXHAUST,ROCKET MOTOR 51 Items
An item designed with a constricting throat section and a divergent section. The constricting throat section compresses the propellant gases and maintains the pressure within the thrust chamber of the rocket motor by limiting the flow of gases. The divergent section controls the expansion of the gases causing increased thrust.
ROCKET MOTOR,EMPTY 24 Items
An empty ROCKET MOTOR specifically designed to be filled with either a solid fuel propellant mixture or an inert compound. For items which are filled, see ROCKET MOTOR and ROCKET MOTOR, TRAINING.
HOUSING,ARMING DEVICE 48 Items
A housing specifically designed for an ARMING DEVICE (as modified).
DUMMY ROCKET MOTOR 50 Items
HANGER,ROCKET MOTOR,GUIDED MISSILE 25 Items
A metallic object used to mate ROCKET MOTOR/missile to pylon. May be located at any position on the ROCKET MOTOR.
HOUSING SECTION,ARMING DEVICE 30 Items
A rigid, hollow item of differing shape which together with at least one other housing section forms a HOUSING (2), ARMING DEVICE (as modified). May include mounting hardware, adapters, gaskets, locking devices and the like.
DUMMY PROPULSION SECTION,GUIDED MISSILE 12 Items
An inert item corresponding in form and size to a PROPULSION SECTION, GUIDED MISSILE. It does not contain internal functional parts and is designed to develop skill in the techniques required for the assembly of the propulsion section with other sections of a DUMMY GUIDED MISSILE; DUMMY GUIDED MISSILE (as modified); or DUMMY GUIDED BOMB. It may also be used as a dummy on other guided missiles or guided bombs.
INITIATOR,ROCKET MOTOR IGNITER 37 Items
An electrically ignited electronic or explosive device designed to actuate an IGNITER, ROCKET MOTOR.
PROPELLANT GRAIN 112 Items
A solid preformed item specifically designed to produce the required propulsion effect in nonairbreathing reaction propulsion devices. It consists of all of the ingredients necessary for sustained combustion. It may be a heterogeneous mixture of an oxidizing agent and a fuel, or it may be a chemical composition which provides its own oxidizer.
DETONATOR,STAB 34 Items
An explosive device which is designed to initiate the detonation wave in an explosive train by the stabbing action of a PIN, FIRING.
TRINITROTOLUENE 26 Items
A high explosive consisting essentially of trinitrotoluene which is used either by itself or mixed with other ingredients as a filler for ammunition or for other blasting and demolition purposes. It may be supplied in various forms.
HIGH EXPLOSIVE MATERIAL 293 Items
A high explosive substance, or mixture of substances, normally furnished in bulk, as flakes, granules, pellets, and the like, and capable of being cast or molded. May include a binder, plasticizer, or desensitizer. Excludes DYNAMITE and TRINITROTOLULENE.
BLACK POWDER 96 Items
A low explosive consisting of a mixture of potassium or sodium nitrate, charcoal or bituminous coal, and sulfur.
EXPLOSIVE SCENT KIT,CANINE 55 Items
A group of various items that may or may not be explosive designed to maintain/increase the proficiency of Military Police Dog and Explosive Detecting Teams to search out and detect amounts of various Explosive materials.
PROPELLANT POWDER 412 Items
A low explosive of fine granulation which, through burning, produces gases at a controlled rate to provide the energy for propelling a projectile.
CARTRIDGE,IGNITION 80 Items
An item consisting of a quantity of ignition material and a means of activation inclosed in a container. It may contain an integral primer. It is designed to be inserted into or attached to a device to serve as the inner zone charge and provide the flame necessary for igniting additional increment charges. It is used with mortars, catapults, and the like.
CARTRIDGE,POWDER ACTUATED TOOL 204 Items
A cylindrical, metallic case containing a charge of smokeless powder. Designed to be fired in a DRIVER, PROJECTILE UNIT, POWDER ACTUATED.
CORD,DETONATING 1119 Items
An item consisting of a flexible tube containing a core of explosive. The tube may be overwrapped with alternating layers of fibrous yarn or fiberglass and a flexible plastic material, or the tube may be covered with a fibrous overbraid and inclosed in another tube. It is designed for transmitting a confined detonation wave.
SQUIB,ELECTRIC 331 Items
An item designed for electrical firing of burning type munitions or to initiate operation of jettisoning equipment and shearing devices, or as igniters for rockets or for setting equipment in motion where a small explosive device is required. It consists essentially of a tube containing a flammable material and a small charge of powder compressed around a fine resistance wire connected to electrical leads or terminals. Excludes CARTRIDGE, IMPULSE.
CARTRIDGE,EXPLOSIVE BOLT 14 Items
An item consisting of a quantity of high explosive packed in a cylindrical case which is designed to be placed inside of an explosive bolt and when ignited furnishes the shock which causes the bolt to separate. It may or may not include the igniter.
THRUSTER,CARTRIDGE ACTUATED 80 Items
An item operated by gases generated by explosion of a cartridge. The item provides thrust for opening or closing latches, hatches, and the like, and/or positioning aircraft components such as instrument panels, seats, etc., to facilitate emergency escape of personnel.
CARTRIDGE,AIRCRAFT FIRE EXTINGUISHER 235 Items
An item consisting of an electric squib(s), a small caliber projectile, and a mounting device. The item is designed for insertion into a liquid fire extinguisher to provide a means for activation of the extinguisher by remote control.
CARTRIDGE,ENGINE STARTER 35 Items
CATAPULT,AIRCRAFT EJECTION SEAT 156 Items
An item designed to propel an ejection seat with personnel from an aircraft.
REMOVER,AIRCRAFT CANOPY 39 Items
An item designed to jettison the canopy from an aircraft to provide an exit for personnel.
INITIATOR,CARTRIDGE ACTUATED 281 Items
An item which produces gas pressure of short duration, less than one (1) second, by the explosion of a propellant charge contained in a removable cartridge. It is designed to activate aircraft canopy removers, catapults, release mechanisms, and the like.
DETONATOR,ELECTRIC 175 Items
An item consisting of electrical leads and explosive elements designed to detonate an explosive charge.
ROCKET MOTOR 716 Items
A nonairbreathing reaction propulsion device that consists essentially of a thrust chamber and exhaust nozzle, and that carries its own solid oxidizer-fuel combination from which hot gases are generated by combustion and expanded through a nozzle. See also ROCKET MOTOR CLUSTER.
FIRING DEVICE,EXPLOSIVE ACTUATOR 25 Items
A semiautomatic item designed to be initiated by an external force. Its function is to detonate an explosive actuator cartridge by mechanical means, for the actuation of mechanical contrivances.
PIN,FIRING 99 Items
An item used in a firing mechanism of a gun, mine, bomb, fuze, projectile, or the like, which strikes and detonates a sensitive explosive to initiate an explosive train or a propelling charge.
NOZZLE,EXHAUST,ROCKET MOTOR 51 Items
An item designed with a constricting throat section and a divergent section. The constricting throat section compresses the propellant gases and maintains the pressure within the thrust chamber of the rocket motor by limiting the flow of gases. The divergent section controls the expansion of the gases causing increased thrust.
CARTRIDGE,IMPULSE 635 Items
An item consisting of a quantity of propellant and a means of activation inclosed in a container. It may contain an integral cutting punch. It is designed to be inserted into or attached to one or more devices to provide the energy required to operate a device not requiring a time delay in their operating sequence. It is used in devices, such as initiators, thrusters, cutters, and the like. For cartridges with a time delay see CARTRIDGE, DELAY.
CARTRIDGE,DELAY 124 Items
An item consisting of a quantity of propellant, a means of activation, and a time delay inclosed in a container. It may contain an integral cutting punch. It is designed to be inserted into or attached to one or more devices to provide energy required to operate devices requiring a time delay in their operating sequence. It is used in devices such as actuators, release mechanisms, cutters, and the like. For cartridges without a time delay, see CARTRIDGE, IMPULSE.
BOOSTER-FITTING,PROPELLANT ACTUATED DEVICE 42 Items
An item designed to connect two or more detonating cord assemblies, and contain and distribute a calculated flow of controlled detonation. It may be designed to be mounted through bulkheads, frames and the like. It may include a quick disconnect feature.
CUTTER,CARTRIDGE ACTUATED 120 Items
A cartridge actuated device designed to sever electrical cable, wire rope, parachute reefing lines, pipe, and the like, by utilizing a cartridge to actuate the cutting blade. In operation the device may be affixed and controlled by automatic, remote control, or manual methods. Also, these items may be suitable for use underwater.
CUTTER,PROPELLANT ACTUATED 45 Items
A propellant actuated device designed to sever electrical cable, wire rope, parachute reefing lines, pipe, and the like, by utilizing a propellant charge to actuate the cutting blade. In operation the device may be affixed and controlled by automatic, remote control, or manual methods. Also, these items may be suitable for use underwater.
RELEASE,PROPELLANT ACTUATED 59 Items
A release which utilizes gas pressure to accomplish separation by shearing the pin(s) which lock(s) the piston to the chamber, or freeing a piston from its locking mechanism. It has a means of attachment at both ends for components and may include a delay element. It is designed to release such items as bombs, parachutes attached to external stores, stores containers, hatches, crash locator beacons, and the like.
CARTRIDGE SET,IMPULSE 23 Items
A group of two or more CARTRIDGE, IMPULSE. It may contain cartridges of different configurations.
INITIATOR,PROPELLANT ACTUATED 127 Items
An item which produces gas pressure of short duration, less than one (1) second, by the burning of an uncased, self-contained propellant charge. It may include an electrical ignition element. It is designed to activate aircraft canopy removers, catapults, release mechanisms, and the like.
VALVE,EXPLOSIVE ACTUATED 14 Items
An item designed to release gas or fluid by an explosive igniter to control operation of fin(s), rudder(s), switches or other functional items of a guided missile, guided bomb, torpedo or other ammunition.
ACTUATOR,EXPLOSIVE,ROTARY 18 Items
A self-contained power transmitting device designed to convert pyrotechnic energy into controlled mechanical force in the form of torque (rotational mechanical movement). It is comprised of a piston, powder charge, electrical bridge wire and contacts inclosed in a housing.
CHARGE,SHAPED 144 Items
An explosive load which is formed to produce a specific shattering or penetrating effect other than demolition. Excludes CHARGE, DEMOLITION.
RELEASE,CARTRIDGE ACTUATED 10 Items
A remote controlled release which utilizes a cartridge to disconnect a locking mechanism between a trailer and its towing vehicle.
AMMUNITION KIT,RESCUE AND OPERATING SYSTEM,AIRCRAFT 19 Items
A collection of items, such as cartridges, actuators, igniters, cutter, thrusts and explosive devices (MDC), as required for the operation of rescue, safety and dropping devices.
CABLE AND CUTTER ASSEMBLY,CARTRIDGE ACTUATED 10 Items
A device consisting of a CUTTER, CARTRIDGE ACTUATED and a cable assembly designed to release the pads which stabilize a missile in flight.
CARTRIDGE,OPERATING,FIRE EXTINGUISHER 45 Items
An explosive item, designed to provide a means of activating a fire extinguisher.
CARTRIDGE AND STUD,POWDER ACTUATED TOOL 20 Items
An item with a cylindrical, metallic case containing a charge of smokeless powder and a specially designed stud, pin or the like tapered on one end and with or without screw thread on the other. It is designed to be used in a DRIVER, PROJECTILE UNIT, POWDER ACTUATED to drive the pinlike item in solid material, such as concrete or steel. For items without a stud, see CARTRIDGE, POWDER ACTUATED TOOL.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTIVE COVER ASSEMBLY 12 Items
A protective cover assembly designed to protect seeker dome of tactical missiles from dust, moisture, contaminants, and/or damage. The cover consists of an electroexplosive devise and may also include cable assemblies for interface connection to the tactical missile.
FIRING DEVICE,CARTRIDGE,AIRCRAFT EJECTION SEAT 26 Items
A firing device specifically designed to be used in the cartridge of ejector seats.
CHAMBER,IMPULSE CARTRIDGE 20 Items
A thick-walled metallic tube designed to accommodate a CARTRIDGE, IMPULSE and adapted to the shape of a cartridge, which determines the release direction of the blast of the impulse cartridge. At one end, a gas circuit, a mechanical/electrical release mechanism or a seal can be mounted; the other end can be bolted to the housing or be designed as an ejector nozzle.
CORD,CUTTING 50 Items
An item designed to cut with a great precision materials such as metal, composite materials, plastic, and the like.
CHARGE ASSEMBLY,SHAPED 25 Items
An assembly of components which includes a CHARGE, SHAPED and is used to produce a specific shattering or penetrating effect other than demolition. Excludes CHARGE ASSEMBLY, DEMOLITION.
PARACHUTE RELEASE,EXPLOSIVE ACTUATED 20 Items
An item with an explosive charge and power supply designed to release the parachute risers from the attaching hardware.
PANEL,EXPLOSIVE,AIRCRAFT 15 Items
An item which consists of a PANEL, STRUCTURAL, AIRCRAFT and pre-installed explosive components to aid and assist crew and/or passengers in aircraft agress.
SEQUENCER,EJECTION SEAT,AIRCRAFT ESCAPE SYSTEM 33 Items
A device containing explosives and or pyrotechnics which provides automatic activation, at preset intervals, for aircraft crew member ejection seat escape systems and its subsystems. It may contain logic circuitry to select the best mode of operation based upon speed and altitude at the time of ejection. It also may contain thermal batteries, when activated, provides power to operate timing circuits and initiated electrical impulses that actuate subsystem ballistic devices.
EMBRITTLEMENT CIRCUIT,PYROTECHNIC 28 Items
A collection of items used to transmit a shock wave along the embrittlement points of an item which must be destroyed in order to evacuate personnel in emergency. It consists of a FIRING UNIT, PYROTECHNIC; several CORD ASSEMBLY, DETONATING; a CORD, CUTTING; and a RELAY, EXPLOSIVE.
ACTUATOR,EXPLOSIVE,LINEAR 74 Items
A self-contained power transmitting device designed to convert chemical energy into controlled mechanical force in the form of linear mechanical movement. It is comprised essentially of a piston, powder charge, electrical bridge wire and contacts inclosed in a housing.
BATTERY,THERMAL 10 Items
An item consisting of primary cell(s), electrically connected to produce an electromotive force by electrochemical action. The item is a nonrechargeable battery that is completely inert until it is activated by a heating process which melts the electrolyte.
BOLT,EXPLOSIVE 124 Items
An item specifically designed to contain a CARTRIDGE, EXPLOSIVE BOLT or an encapsulated explosive charge, or the like. When ignited the explosive furnishes the shock which causes the bolt to separate. May include connectors, bridge wires, or the like.
DELAY ELEMENT,CARTRIDGE 12 Items
This item is designed to be an integral part of a cartridge, and is designed to give a specific delay time.
GENERATOR,GAS PRESSURE,PROPELLANT ACTUATED 106 Items
A device consisting of one or more cylinders and a propellant charge(s). The charge(s) may be contained in a removable cartridge. It may be initiated mechanically or initiated electrically, utilizing one or more electrical ignition elements. It is designed to produce a steady flow of gas of a determined volume at a specific pressure and temperature for a given length of time to spin turbines, inflate life rafts, operate pumps which supply hydraulic pressure to missile controls, eject a guided missile from its launching tube, and the like. It may also be used to actuate aircraft escape systems.
IGNITION ELEMENT,ELECTRICAL 127 Items
An item having an electric resistance bridge embedded in a heat combustible composition which, when ignited, generates a gas pressure to actuate a device, and/or initiate an explosive chain reaction of the propelling charge(s) in cartridge or propellant actuated devices. Excludes SQUIB, ELECTRIC.
RELAY,EXPLOSIVE 39 Items
An item that provides the required explosive energy to reliably initiate the next element in the train. It is usually applied to small charges that are initiated by a delay element.
SQUIB ASSEMBLY,ELECTRIC 10 Items
An item consisting of two or more SQUIB, ELECTRIC having a common mounting and/or electrically connected together. May be inert-filled. Excludes IGNITER, ROCKET MOTOR and INITIATOR, ROCKET MOTOR IGNITER.
SWITCH,SQUIB ACTUATED 24 Items
A device which completes, interrupts, or changes the connections in one or more electrical circuits. It is actuated by means of passing an electric current through a resistance wire in physical contact with a small charge of flammable and/or explosive material.
CARTRIDGE,IMPULSE,TRAINING 34 Items
EJECTOR,PARACHUTE,CARTRIDGE ACTUATED 23 Items
A device designed specifically to deploy a parachute to full-line and subsequent canopy-stretch. It is used in conjunction with one or more cartridge actuated devices and may be manually or automatically activated.
CORD ASSEMBLY,DETONATING 1755 Items
An item consisting of a definite length of detonating cord, having ends which are terminated with caps containing a quantity of explosive. The ends also incorporate a means to permit connection to another detonating cord assembly or item.
CARTRIDGE,IMPULSE,PRACTICE 20 Items
An item which in shape, dimensions, and technical structure corresponds to CARTRIDGE, IMPULSE. It is inert and used exclusively for exercise and training purposes.
CHEMICAL AGENT,SIMULANT 21 Items
A nontoxic item having the appearance, odor, density, and/or other characteristics of a CHEMICAL AGENT. It is used in lieu of a CHEMICAL AGENT for demonstrations or tests.
THICKENING COMPOUND,FUEL 17 Items
A granular or powdered compound which produces a gel when mixed with a hydrocarbon type fuel.
SMOKE POT 132 Items
A cylindrical metal munition designed to produce smoke for screening or signalling purposes, either by combustion of a smoke producing mixture or by combustion of a fuel mixture to vaporize a smoke producing oil. It may be with or without igniting device and filling, and is not intended for throwing or for firing from weapons.
CHEMICAL AGENT 43 Items
A solid, liquid, or gaseous chemical item which is lethal or highly toxic to man or animal. It is designed for conducting defensive and/or offensive warfare.
INCENDIARY AGENT 10 Items
A chemical compound or mixture specially formulated for destruction of particular types of material by combustion.
RIOT CONTROL AGENT 34 Items
A solid, liquid, or gaseous chemical item which causes temporary lachrymation or nausea when in contact with the eyes or when inhaled. It is designed for the purpose of controlling civil disturbances or influencing a tactical military situation without inflicting casualties.
SMOKE AGENT 39 Items
A substance having chemical or physical properties which produce a screening or signaling smoke.
CHARGE,SMOKE 13 Items
An item with a SMOKE AGENT main charge. Excludes GRENADE (as modified); MINE (as modified); SMOKE POT; CHARGE, SPOTTING.
CHARGE,RIOT CONTROL AGENT 24 Items
An item with a RIOT CONTROL AGENT main charge. Excludes GRENADE (as modified); MINE (as modified); CAPSULE, RIOT CONTROL AGENT; PELLET, RIOT CONTROL AGENT.
DISPERSER AND RIOT CONTROL AGENT,MANUALLY CARRIED 43 Items
An item consisting of a riot control agent in a pressurized can disperser with a pushbutton actuator or in a pressurized cylinder disperser with a hand-grip actuator for expelling its contents. It is designed to be hand-held while being used for mob dispersal, riot control, and restraint of hostile personnel, and the like.
CABLE ASSEMBLY,SPECIAL PURPOSE,ELECTRICAL 159 Items
A definite continuous length of CABLE, SPECIAL PURPOSE, ELECTRICAL, having one or more ends processed or terminated in fittings which provide for connection to other items. Excludes items having branches or forks. Excludes LEAD, TEST and CABLE AND CONDUIT ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL.
BOMB,DEPTH 14 Items
An explosive item designed to be dropped from an aircraft for use against underwater targets. When empty or inert loaded it may be used for training purposes.
BOMB,FRAGMENTATION 52 Items
FIN ASSEMBLY,BOMB 202 Items
A group of items consisting of a quantity of streamlined metal blades mounted on a sleeve with or without supporting braces or shrouds.
BOMB CLUSTER,FRAGMENTATION 10 Items
A grouping of two or more fragmentation bombs fastened together and designed to function as a single unit.
BOMB,SMOKE 12 Items
BOMB,FIRE 19 Items
An item designed to be dropped from an aircraft to destroy or reduce the utility of a target by the effects of combustion. It is designed so as to contain a thickened fuel which spreads on impact to burn or envelop in flames personnel and material targets, such as vehicles and tents.
BOMB,PRACTICE 204 Items
An item designed to be dropped from an aircraft for target practice. It is constructed to simulate service bombs but differs from these in that it can only be used for target practice.
ADAPTER,FUZE 31 Items
An adapter designed to connect a fuze to a bomb. It may or may not provide connection for a parachute unit.
ADAPTER-BOOSTER,BOMB 30 Items
An item consisting of an adapter and an auxiliary explosive charge used in an explosive train to detonate a bomb. The adapter may be a non-metallic item designed to house and position the auxiliary explosive charge within a bomb fuze well and has provisions for attachment of a CORD, DETONATING. The adapter may be an adapter threaded on the outside for the assembly of the auxiliary explosive charge and for assembly in the bomb body and/or HOLDER, ADAPTER-BOOSTER, BOMB; and threaded on the inside for receiving an ADAPTER (1), FUZE; and/or a fuze.
PARACHUTE AND CONTAINER,BOMB 19 Items
An assembled unit designed to retard and stabilize a bomb in flight.
BOOSTER,AUXILIARY,BOMB 21 Items
A cylindrical metal container designed to be filled with explosive material to relay and amplify the detonation wave and insure proper detonation of the main charge of a bomb. When empty or inert loaded it may be used for training purposes.
CARTRIDGE,SIGNAL,PRACTICE BOMB 33 Items
An explosive item inserted in the nose of a practice bomb. It is detonated upon impact and produces a signal such as a puff of smoke, light, or an ejection of dye.
IGNITER,BOMB 10 Items
A metal container designed to be filled with spontaneously combustible material to ignite the filler of incendiary and/or fire bombs. When empty or inert loaded it may be used for training purposes.
SWIVEL AND LOOP ASSEMBLY,ARMING WIRE 38 Items
A metallic item consisting of two loops mounted on a common axis so as to permit relative rotation between the parts; designed to form part of an ARMING WIRE ASSEMBLY.
ARMING WIRE ASSEMBLY 91 Items
An item consisting of one or more lengths of wire attached to a swivel loop to prevent accidental arming of a fuze.
PRIMER-DETONATOR,FUZE,BOMB 13 Items
A metallic device designed to contain a combination of explosive charges for assembly in a fuze to initiate the detonation wave in the explosive train of a bomb. It may be empty for use in training.
FUZE,BOMB 267 Items
FUZE,BOMB,PRACTICE 82 Items
FUZE,PROXIMITY 302 Items
A fuze wherein primary initiation occurs by sensing the presence, distance, and/or direction of the target through the characteristics of the target itself or its environment.
BOMB,UTILITY 377 Items
An item designed to be dropped from an aircraft to destroy or reduce the utility of a target by explosive effect. The bomb is designed to be used against both material targets and personnel. When empty or inert loaded the bomb may be used for training purposes.
DUMMY DETONATOR 48 Items
An inert item designed to be used in lieu of a detonator for training purposes only.
PIN,FIRING 99 Items
An item used in a firing mechanism of a gun, mine, bomb, fuze, projectile, or the like, which strikes and detonates a sensitive explosive to initiate an explosive train or a propelling charge.
DISPENSER AND BOMB,AIRCRAFT 310 Items
An item consisting of a DISPENSER, BOMB containing two or more BOMB (as modified). It is designed to be externally mounted but not permanently fixed on a high speed aircraft to carry and eject small bombs. For items not including the bombs, see DISPENSER, BOMB. Excludes RACK, BOMB EJECTOR, AIRCRAFT and SHACKLE, BOMB, AIRCRAFT.
SAFETY AND ARMING DEVICE,FUZE 25 Items
A mechanism assembled to a fuze to prevent or allow the fuze explosive train to function.
FAIRING,BOMB CLUSTER 19 Items
An item designed to be mounted on the nose of a bomb cluster to reduce air resistance.
HOUSING,ARMING DEVICE 48 Items
A housing specifically designed for an ARMING DEVICE (as modified).
EQUIPMENT KIT,BOMB 87 Items
A collection of items not all having the same basic name, w hich are used to make the bomb operational. See also SERVICE KIT, GENERALPURPOSE BOMB.
INSTALLATION KIT,BOMB 44 Items
INITIATOR,BOMB FUZE 22 Items
A manually or mechanically actuated device which electrically arms a FUZE, BOMB during bomb release.
DUMMY FUZE,BOMB 71 Items
CHARGE,SPOTTING 62 Items
An ammunition component with explosive and/or pyrotechnic substances intended to produce sound, flash, or smoke effects. It is used in spotting and practices ammunition to show the location of its point of functioning or impact.
LOOP,ARMING WIRE ASSEMBLY 10 Items
An item consisting of a length of wire bent to a loop. It is designed to connect the arming wire to the solenoid of the bomb shackle.
COMPUTER,MISSILE-BOMB GUIDANCE 40 Items
A computer utilizing electronic data received from on board detecting devices to calculate and alter the directional course of travel to establish a collision course with an airborne or surface target. Excludes COMPUTER, GUIDANCE and COMPUTER, TARGET INTERCEPT.
MODIFICATION KIT,AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES 113 Items
A modification kit used to modify ammunition and explosives.
GUIDANCE SET 43 Items
A fixed number of components and/or items, not all having the same basic name, which are required for the performance of a complete specific operational function. May exclude certain operating components supplied separately or already present at the time of usage. Designed to direct an object in flight.
RECEIVER-TRANSMITTER,GUIDANCE SET 21 Items
A single item, which is a major component of a GUIDANCE SET, having the dual function of generating electromagnetic energy or signals for transmission, and of receiving, demodulating, coding and decoding intelligence required to change the flight path or trajectory of a guided object. Excludes RECEIVER-TRANSMITTER, RADAR and RECEIVER-TRANSMITTER, RADIO. See also TRANSPONDER SET.
LUG,SUSPENSION,AIRCRAFT ORDNANCE 94 Items
An item consisting of a steel forging with one or more mounting holes or a threaded base for attachment to a bomb, bomb cluster adapter, armament pod, munition dispensers, and the like, to provide connecting means for suspension in internal and external aircraft stations.
HOUSING SECTION,ARMING DEVICE 30 Items
A rigid, hollow item of differing shape which together with at least one other housing section forms a HOUSING (2), ARMING DEVICE (as modified). May include mounting hardware, adapters, gaskets, locking devices and the like.
ADAPTER KIT,BOMB 18 Items
A adapter kit consisting of adapters, retainers, clamps or similarly functioning connecting elements designed to mount wing assemblies, guidance fins, fins or other bomb sections or components to a bomb. The item can be part of a CONVERSION KIT (1), BOMB and/or INSTALLATION KIT, BOMB.
CONVERSION KIT,BOMB 65 Items
A conversion kit consisting of wing assembly, guidance fins, fins or other bomb sections or components designed to convert a bomb into a guided bomb, for instance, a ADAPTER KIT (1), BOMB or other mounting devices may be included.
TAIL SECTION,BOMB 41 Items
An item which comprises the rear portion of a bomb, and when used in conjunction with other bomb body sections forms a BOMB (as modified).
BOMB,PENETRATING 28 Items
An item designed to be dropped from an aircraft or ejected as submunition from a DISPENSER, BOMB or from improved conventional munitions. It is specifically designed for the selective destruction of large areas and/or buildings such as runways, parking lots, sheds, houses, and the like. Prior to its impact on the target the item is acceletrated in order to effect the penetration of the latter after which it will detonate in the substructure.
GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SECTION,GUIDED BOMB 55 Items
An item which includes the components necessary to effect guidance and control of a guided bomb in flight. It forms a portion of the outer case of the guided bomb.
HOUSING,BOMB COMPONENT 39 Items
An item specifically designed to house a component(s) of a bomb.
ELECTRONIC COMPONENT,BOMB 31 Items
An electronic component unique in design to a bomb or bombs. The item may consist of more than (1) piece or item to form an assembly. Do not use this name if a more specific item name exists.
FUZE SYSTEM,BOMB 27 Items
A collection of items consisting of a FUZE (1), BOMB and other accessories such as adapters, cables, initiators and the like. These items are designed to form a complete fuze system.
DUMMY BOMB 78 Items
An item designed to be substituted for a bomb. It conforms to the outside configuration of the legitimate bomb, and is used for loading practice purposes and the like. It is not intended to be dropped from an aircraft.
NOSE PLUG,PROJECTILE 24 Items
An externally threaded item specifically designed to be inserted into the nose of a projectile to complete the aerodynamic shape of the forward portion of the projectile. Excludes PLUG, MACHINE THREAD.
PIN,FUZE SAFING AND ARMING 39 Items
An item of various shapes used to prevent or allow the arming of a fuze. It may be used with attaghments or in conjunction with an ARMING WIRE ASSEMBLY.
TARGET DETECTING DEVICE,FUZE 45 Items
An item consisting of an electronic sensing element which initiates the action of a fuze.
SHAFT,DRIVE,FUZE ARMING 13 Items
An item which connects the arming assembly to a mechanical bomb tail fuze. It is rotated at a constant speed by the arming assembly thereby arming the fuze in a present time.
DELAY ELEMENT,FUZE 28 Items
An item consisting of an explosive element having predetermined various time delays which acts as a relay to initiate a fuze on impact.
ARMING DEVICE,BOMB 22 Items
An item designed to arm and control the initiation of the explosive train of a bomb upon release from its carrier.
FUZE SET,BOMB 16 Items
A group of bomb fuzes. It may include an initator , cable assembly, or the like.
BOMB,GUIDED,UTILITY 164 Items
An item designed to be dropped from an aircraft to destroy or reduce the utility of a ground target. It is capable of being guided in range and/or azimuth by remote control during the drop. Excludes GUIDED MISSILE (as modified) and bombs which cannot be guided while being dropped.
BOMB,GUIDED,PRACTICE 38 Items
An item which conforms to the configuration of a guided bomb. It may be a modification of the tactical item or be designed specifically for practice. It may contain an explosive.
CONTROL SECTION,GUIDED BOMB 53 Items
An item which includes the components necessary to effect control of a guided bomb in flight. It forms a portion of the outer case of the guided bomb.
CONTROL SECTION,GUIDED BOMB,PRACTICE 13 Items
DUMMY GUIDED BOMB 10 Items
GUIDANCE SECTION,GUIDED BOMB 69 Items
An item which includes the components necessary to effect guidance of a guided bomb in flight. It forms a portion of the outer case of a guided bomb.
WARHEAD SECTION,GUIDED BOMB,HIGH EXPLOSIVE 24 Items
A warhead section containing a high explosive warhead and explosive train. It is a component of a guided bomb.
FIN,GUIDED BOMB 29 Items
A moveable airfoil designed to control the direction of a guided bomb in flight. It is controlled by power from the control section, guided bomb. Excludes FIN ASSEMBLY, BOMB.
WING ASSEMBLY,GUIDED BOMB 33 Items
A fixed aeronautical structure designed to maintain a guided bomb in stable flight, and to support the guided bomb fin.
DETECTOR,LASER ILLUMINATED TARGET 24 Items
An item which senses reflected laser energy. Processes data to determine the direction of incoming laser energy relative to the sensor's normal line of sight. May include interface with GPS Satellites, azimuth and vertical angle determination and may be capable of exporting target data.
DUMMY GUIDANCE SECTION,GUIDED BOMB 21 Items
This dummy guidance section is form and fit identical to the operational version, but is non-functional. Mass properties are same as the operational guidance set.
ADAPTER,BOMB 16 Items
An adapter designed to mount a wing assembly, a guidance fin, a fin or another bomb section or component to a bomb. This item can be part of a CONVERSION KIT, BOMB and/or a ADAPTER KIT, BOMB. For items which have several adapters, retainers, clamps, and the like, see ADAPTER KIT, BOMB.
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,3 INCH 50 CALIBER 15 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,76 MILLIMETER 24 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,90 MILLIMETER 15 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,105 MILLIMETER 52 Items
CARTRIDGE,75 MILLIMETER 81 Items
CARTRIDGE,76 MILLIMETER 181 Items
CARTRIDGE,90 MILLIMETER 182 Items
CARTRIDGE,106 MILLIMETER 26 Items
CARTRIDGE,120 MILLIMETER 182 Items
PROJECTILE,81 MILLIMETER 201 Items
CARTRIDGE,75 MILLIMETER BLANK 21 Items
CARTRIDGE,76 MILLIMETER BLANK 12 Items
CARTRIDGE,90 MILLIMETER BLANK 10 Items
CARTRIDGE,105 MILLIMETER BLANK 63 Items
CARTRIDGE,105 MILLIMETER 699 Items
PROJECTILE,120 MILLIMETER 199 Items
CARTRIDGE,IGNITION 80 Items
An item consisting of a quantity of ignition material and a means of activation inclosed in a container. It may contain an integral primer. It is designed to be inserted into or attached to a device to serve as the inner zone charge and provide the flame necessary for igniting additional increment charges. It is used with mortars, catapults, and the like.
CARTRIDGE,3 INCH 50 CALIBER 157 Items
CARTRIDGE,3 INCH 70 CALIBER 12 Items
CHARGE,PROPELLING,105 MILLIMETER 79 Items
CHARGE,PROPELLING,120 MILLIMETER 84 Items
DUMMY PROPELLING CHARGE,105 MILLIMETER 11 Items
BURSTER,PROJECTILE 40 Items
A cylindrical container filled with explosive material which upon detonation, disseminates the agent in a projectile.
PROPELLANT GRAIN 112 Items
A solid preformed item specifically designed to produce the required propulsion effect in nonairbreathing reaction propulsion devices. It consists of all of the ingredients necessary for sustained combustion. It may be a heterogeneous mixture of an oxidizing agent and a fuel, or it may be a chemical composition which provides its own oxidizer.
REDUCER,FLASH,PROPELLING CHARGE 30 Items
An item designed for use with a propelling charge to reduce muzzle flash.
TRACER,PROJECTILE 28 Items
A cylindrical item designed to contain tracer composition for the purpose of observation of fire. The projectile is equipped with the tracer element in the base of the projectile. In most small-caliber antiaircraft projectiles, the tracer is used to ignite the filler and destroy the projectile should it miss the target. When empty or inert loaded, it may be used for training purposes.
CANISTER,SMOKE 23 Items
A chemical fill encased in ogival or cylindrical containers for loading into projectiles of chemical shells. When ignited a colored or white smoke is produced.
CARTRIDGE,81 MILLIMETER 357 Items
CARTRIDGE,4.2 INCH 57 Items
PROJECTILE AND PROPELLING CHARGE,120 MILLIMETER 14 Items
DUMMY PROJECTILE,105 MILLIMETER 20 Items
CHARGE,PROPELLING,81 MILLIMETER 30 Items
ROCKET MOTOR,EMPTY 24 Items
An empty ROCKET MOTOR specifically designed to be filled with either a solid fuel propellant mixture or an inert compound. For items which are filled, see ROCKET MOTOR and ROCKET MOTOR, TRAINING.
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,81 MILLIMETER 20 Items
CARTRIDGE,81 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 24 Items
A cartridge, inert loaded or containing a small charge to indicate functioning, designed to simulate service items.
FIN,MORTAR CARTRIDGE 35 Items
An item consisting of vanes or an air foil assembled to a mortar cartridge to provide stabalized flight and reception of other components.
CHARGE ASSEMBLY,EXPULSION 23 Items
A device containing an explosive charge which is initiated by a proxymity or time fuze, for the purpose of expelling the payload of a projectile over target.
CARTRIDGE,90 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 18 Items
CARTRIDGE,100 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 14 Items
CARTRIDGE,105 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 73 Items
CARTRIDGE,76 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 36 Items
CARTRIDGE,84 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 24 Items
CARTRIDGE,120 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 56 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,120 MILLIMETER 48 Items
PLUG,LIFTING,PROJECTILE 42 Items
An item which fits into the fuze cavity of separate loading projectile, permitting the heavy projectile to be handled by means of a winch.
SUPPLEMENTARY CHARGE,PROJECTILE 15 Items
An item containing one or more relay charges enclosed by a metal casing or by other materials. When fuzes with a short extension are used, the item is placed in the fuze cavity liner of a projectile to insure proper ignition of the explosive load.
CHARGE,SPOTTING 62 Items
An ammunition component with explosive and/or pyrotechnic substances intended to produce sound, flash, or smoke effects. It is used in spotting and practices ammunition to show the location of its point of functioning or impact.
PROJECTILE,105 MILLIMETER 151 Items
OBTURATOR 20 Items
A device for preventing the escape of gas through the breech mechanism of a weapon or around the base of a projectile.
LAUNCHER AND CARTRIDGE,84 MILLIMETER 10 Items
An item consisting of a portable launcher and an integrated cartridge. It is fired from the shoulder and is not reusable.
CARTRIDGE,100 MILLIMETER 103 Items
PROJECTILE AND PROPELLING CHARGE,105 MILLIMETER 113 Items
PROJECTILE,25 POUNDER 48 Items
LINER,CARTRIDGE CASE 29 Items
A non-metallic item which fits inside the CASE, CARTRIDGE, and holds the propellant. Its size conforms to the item for which it is designed.
PROJECTILE,3 INCH 50 CALIBER 13 Items
PROJECTILE,EMPTY 11 Items
An item designed to hold a propellant, primer an/or other explosives. Its profile and size conform to that of the weapon for which it is designed. For a loaded projectile see PROJECTILE (as modified).
CAP,PROTECTIVE,CARTRIDGE 27 Items
A cap which is designed to fit over a cartridge element to protect sensitive cartridge components against moisture, dirt and/or other influences when not in use. See also COVER, PROTECTIVE, PROPELLING CHARGE.
PROJECTILE,4.5 INCH 50 Items
CASE,PROJECTILE 68 Items
An item designed to hold a propellant, primer and/or other explosives. Its profile and size conform to that of the weapon for which it is designed. For a loaded projectile see PROJECTILE (as modified).
ADAPTER,PROJECTILE 13 Items
A device used with projectile to join auxiliary detonation and nose fuze. Also to connect nose fuze to the projectile.
CARTRIDGE,4.5 INCH 24 Items
CHARGE,AUGMENTING 16 Items
A cased quantity of explosives within its own integral means of ignition for propelling a projectile from a mortar.
CARTRIDGE,25 POUNDER,BLANK 44 Items
A cartridge designed to be used in a weapon for demonstration and/or saluting purposes. It will never be used in conjunction with a projectile.
CARTRIDGE,84 MILLIMETER 84 Items
CASE,CARTRIDGE 342 Items
An item designed to hold an ammunition primer and propellant, and to which a projectile may be affixed. Its profile and size conform to that of the chamber of the weapon in which the round is fired except for recoilless rifles. For a loaded cartridge case, see CARTRIDGE (as modified).
NOSE PLUG,PROJECTILE 24 Items
An externally threaded item specifically designed to be inserted into the nose of a projectile to complete the aerodynamic shape of the forward portion of the projectile. Excludes PLUG, MACHINE THREAD.
PLUG,PROPELLING CHARGE 25 Items
An item specifically designed to prevent leakage of the propellant from a propelling charge.
SUPPORT,PROJECTILE BURSTER 10 Items
A shaped metallic support with cushioning pad, specially designed to support a projectile burster, when the burster is assembled within a chemical projectile.
CAPABILITIES SET,NON-LETHAL 18 Items
A collection including such items as weapons, munitions, and protective gear that are explicitly designed and primarily employed so as to incapacitate personnel or materiel, while minimizing fatalities, permanent injury to personnel, and undesired damage to property and the environment.
BANDOLEER 33 Items
PRIMER,ELECTRIC 109 Items
MINE,ANTIPERSONNEL 123 Items
MINE,ANTIPERSONNEL,PRACTICE 78 Items
MINE,ANTITANK 304 Items
MINE,ANTITANK,PRACTICE 77 Items
ACTIVATOR,ANTITANK MINE 13 Items
A nonmetallic item designed to adapt a firing device to an antitank mine. It may be empty, inert filled, or explosive filled.
FUZE,MINE 112 Items
A fuze designed to initiate a train of fire in a land mine.
DETONATOR,STAB 34 Items
An explosive device which is designed to initiate the detonation wave in an explosive train by the stabbing action of a PIN, FIRING.
DUMMY DETONATOR 48 Items
An inert item designed to be used in lieu of a detonator for training purposes only.
MINE,ANTITANK,TRAINING 31 Items
An item specifically designed as a teaching aid to develop skill for antitank mine assembly, disassembly, handling, test and similar functions.
FUZE,MINE,PRACTICE 27 Items
DUMMY MINE,ANTITANK 68 Items
An inert item having the appearance of a MINE, ANTITANK but lacking internal functional components. It is used for training purposes only.
CHARGE,SPOTTING 62 Items
An ammunition component with explosive and/or pyrotechnic substances intended to produce sound, flash, or smoke effects. It is used in spotting and practices ammunition to show the location of its point of functioning or impact.
DUMMY MINE,ANTIPERSONNEL 50 Items
An inert item having the appearance of a MINE, ANTIPERSONNEL but lacking internal functional components. It is used for training purposes only.
DUMMY FUZE,MINE 29 Items
An inert item having the appearance, yet none of the internal functional characteristics of a FUZE (1), MINE.
PARTS KIT,MINE 31 Items
MINE,ILLUMINATION 27 Items
ACTUATOR,EXPLOSIVE,LINEAR 74 Items
A self-contained power transmitting device designed to convert chemical energy into controlled mechanical force in the form of linear mechanical movement. It is comprised essentially of a piston, powder charge, electrical bridge wire and contacts inclosed in a housing.
FIRING DEVICE,ANTIPERSONNEL MINE 19 Items
An item specifically designed to detonate a mine.
PIN,FUZE SAFING AND ARMING 39 Items
An item of various shapes used to prevent or allow the arming of a fuze. It may be used with attaghments or in conjunction with an ARMING WIRE ASSEMBLY.
MINE DISPERSING SYSTEM,GROUND VEHICLE 10 Items
A group of items consisting of mine canisters, mines, a dispenser, and the like. It may also include field and monitor test equipment, It is designed to lay mine fields in a controlled pattern from a ground vehicle.
DISPENSER AND MINE,AIRCRAFT 28 Items
An item consisting of a mine dispenser containing two or more mines. It is designed to be externally mounted but not permanently fixed on aircraft to carry and dispense mines. For items not including the mines, see DISPENSER, MINE.
DETONATOR,ELECTRIC 175 Items
An item consisting of electrical leads and explosive elements designed to detonate an explosive charge.
BOOSTER,DEPTH CHARGE 13 Items
A cylindrical item designed to contain an explosive to relay and amplify the detonation wave to insure proper detonation of the main explosive charge of a depth charge. When empty or inert loaded, it may be used for training purposes.
FIRING AND ARMING MECHANISM,PRACTICE DEPTH CHARGE 11 Items
A hydrostatically operated mechanism designed to contain a method of arming and a detonator for firing a practice depth charge. It may or may not contain a detonator.
DEPTH CHARGE,HIGH EXPLOSIVE 20 Items
An item containing a high explosive filler designed to be dropped or projected from a watercraft for use against underwater targets. For similar items designed to be dropped from aircraft, see BOMB, DEPTH.
DEPTH CHARGE,PRACTICE 10 Items
LINK,CARTRIDGE 167 Items
CLIP,CARTRIDGE 59 Items
A metallic device used to contain cartridges for ease of loading of a weapon such as a rifle, pistol or automatic gun. Excludes MAGAZINE CARTRIDGE.
CARTRIDGE,40 MILLIMETER BLANK 41 Items
CARTRIDGE,37 MILLIMETER 55 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,40 MILLIMETER 99 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,57 MILLIMETER 10 Items
CARTRIDGE,57 MILLIMETER 70 Items
PROJECTILE,60 MILLIMETER 76 Items
CARTRIDGE,40 MILLIMETER 615 Items
CARTRIDGE,IGNITION 80 Items
An item consisting of a quantity of ignition material and a means of activation inclosed in a container. It may contain an integral primer. It is designed to be inserted into or attached to a device to serve as the inner zone charge and provide the flame necessary for igniting additional increment charges. It is used with mortars, catapults, and the like.
BANDOLEER 33 Items
BURSTER,PROJECTILE 40 Items
A cylindrical container filled with explosive material which upon detonation, disseminates the agent in a projectile.
TRACER,PROJECTILE 28 Items
A cylindrical item designed to contain tracer composition for the purpose of observation of fire. The projectile is equipped with the tracer element in the base of the projectile. In most small-caliber antiaircraft projectiles, the tracer is used to ignite the filler and destroy the projectile should it miss the target. When empty or inert loaded, it may be used for training purposes.
CARTRIDGE,60 MILLIMETER 180 Items
FIN,MORTAR CARTRIDGE 35 Items
An item consisting of vanes or an air foil assembled to a mortar cartridge to provide stabalized flight and reception of other components.
CARTRIDGE,35 MILLIMETER 53 Items
CARTRIDGE,35 MILLIMETER PRACTICE 18 Items
A cartridge inert loaded or with reduced charge to jndicate functioning. It is designed to simulate service items.
CARTRIDGE,40 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 178 Items
LAUNCHER AND CARTRIDGE,60 MILLIMETER 18 Items
An item consisting of a portable launcher and a cartridge. It is fired from the shoulder and is designed to project a complete cartridge against combat vehicles. It is not reusable. Excludes GUN, RECOILLESS AND PROJECTILE (as modified) and LAUNCHER, ROCKET.
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,60 MILLIMETER 19 Items
LINER,CARTRIDGE CASE 29 Items
A non-metallic item which fits inside the CASE, CARTRIDGE, and holds the propellant. Its size conforms to the item for which it is designed.
PROJECTILE,EMPTY 11 Items
An item designed to hold a propellant, primer an/or other explosives. Its profile and size conform to that of the weapon for which it is designed. For a loaded projectile see PROJECTILE (as modified).
CAP,PROTECTIVE,CARTRIDGE 27 Items
A cap which is designed to fit over a cartridge element to protect sensitive cartridge components against moisture, dirt and/or other influences when not in use. See also COVER, PROTECTIVE, PROPELLING CHARGE.
CARTRIDGE,73 MILLIMETER 22 Items
CASE,PROJECTILE 68 Items
An item designed to hold a propellant, primer and/or other explosives. Its profile and size conform to that of the weapon for which it is designed. For a loaded projectile see PROJECTILE (as modified).
CARTRIDGE,57 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 13 Items
A cartridge, inert, loaded or containing a small charge to indicate functioning, designed to simulate service items.
CARTRIDGE,2 INCH MORTAR 41 Items
CARTRIDGE,IRRITANT 32 Items
An item designed specifically as a cased quantity of explosives with its own means of ignition, and incorporates an irritant producing projectile. It is usually fired from a Pyrotechnic Pistol.
CHARGE,AUGMENTING 16 Items
A cased quantity of explosives within its own integral means of ignition for propelling a projectile from a mortar.
CARTRIDGE,51 MILLIMETER,MORTAR 19 Items
CARTRIDGE,13 POUNDER,BLANK 10 Items
A cartridge designed to be used in a weapon for demonstration and/or saluting purposes. It will never be used in conjunction with qa projectile.
CARTRIDGE,40 MILLIMETER,NON-LETHAL 40 Items
A fixed round of ammunition consisting of a projectile assembly and a cartridge case assembly. It contains propellant and primer and is designed to be fired from a grenade launcher. The projectile is a non-lethal device containing inert material(s), and may be used for crowd dispersal.
CASE,CARTRIDGE 342 Items
An item designed to hold an ammunition primer and propellant, and to which a projectile may be affixed. Its profile and size conform to that of the chamber of the weapon in which the round is fired except for recoilless rifles. For a loaded cartridge case, see CARTRIDGE (as modified).
NOSE PLUG,PROJECTILE 24 Items
An externally threaded item specifically designed to be inserted into the nose of a projectile to complete the aerodynamic shape of the forward portion of the projectile. Excludes PLUG, MACHINE THREAD.
PLUG,PROPELLING CHARGE 25 Items
An item specifically designed to prevent leakage of the propellant from a propelling charge.
SUPPORT,PROJECTILE BURSTER 10 Items
A shaped metallic support with cushioning pad, specially designed to support a projectile burster, when the burster is assembled within a chemical projectile.
GRENADE,UTILITY 13 Items
An item designed to be dispersed in a target area by a bomb, projectile, or the like, to reduce the utility of a target by explosive effect. The grenade is designed to be used against both material targets and personnel. For items which are thrown by hand or fired from rifles, see GRENADE, HAND and GRENADE, RIFLE.
GRENADE,HAND 1074 Items
GRENADE,RIFLE 250 Items
BODY,PRACTICE HAND GRENADE 33 Items
CARTRIDGE,GRENADE 79 Items
An explosive item used to propel a grenade from a launcher attached to a rifle or carbine. It differs from a standard cartridge in that it has no projectile and the mouth of the cartridge case is closed by crimping.
FUZE,HAND GRENADE 180 Items
A pyrotechnic delay fuze initiated by the press of a push button or by the release of a lever which in turn releases a spring propelled striker to impinge on a primer. The function of the fuze is to initiate detonation and/or ignition of the main charge of a hand grenade.
ADAPTER,GRENADE,PROJECTION 16 Items
An adapter designed for attachment to a hand grenade to facilitate firing from a rifle and to stabilize the grenade in flight.
GRENADE,HAND-RIFLE 28 Items
An item primarily designed to be fired from an adapted rifle because of its large casualty radius, but which may be thrown by hand when adequate cover for the thrower is available. For items which are exclusively fired from a rifle or items which are exclusively thrown by hand, see GRENADE, RIFLE; or GRENADE, HAND
PRIMER,STAB 14 Items
An item with a primer cup containing a sensitive ignition material designed to be initiated by the stabbing action of a firing pin. It is designed to initiate an igniter train.
GRENADE,LAUNCHER,SMOKE 61 Items
An item fabricated of rubber or other nonfragmentation material, primarily designed to be discharged from a launcher that is fixed to an armored or tracked vehicle. The item may also be throun by hand. It contains a smoke mixture charge and a delay fuze and burster.
DUMMY GRENADE,RIFLE 17 Items
FUZE,UTILITY GRENADE,PRACTICE 13 Items
CHARGE,SPOTTING 62 Items
An ammunition component with explosive and/or pyrotechnic substances intended to produce sound, flash, or smoke effects. It is used in spotting and practices ammunition to show the location of its point of functioning or impact.
GRENADE,LAUNCHER 112 Items
An item exclusively designed to be projected from a LAUNCHER, GRENADE.
GRENADE,HAND LAUNCHER 51 Items
An item designed to be thrown by hand or projected from a LAUNCHER, GRENADE. For items which are exclusively designed to be projected from a launcher, or thrown by hand or fired from a rifle, see GRENADE, LAUNCHER; GRENADE, HAND; or GRENADE, RIFLE.
GRENADE,HAND,INSTRUCTIONAL 19 Items
A completely inert replica of a GRENADE, HAND used for classroom instruction in identification and functioning. It may be sectioned.
GRENADE,HAND,PRACTICE 99 Items
A replica of a GRENADE, HAND specifically designed for practice purposes. It may be inert loaded or with a reduced charge to indicate functioning.
GRENADE,RIFLE,PRACTICE 29 Items
A replica of a GRENADE, RIFLE specifically designed for practice purposes. It may be inert loaded or with a reduced charge to indicate functioning.
GRENADE,HAND,NON-LETHAL 64 Items
An item specifically designed to be thrown by hand. Its function is to stun and/or cause incapacitation of the target individual.
DUMMY GRENADE,HAND 40 Items
ACTUATOR,EXPLOSIVE,LINEAR 74 Items
A self-contained power transmitting device designed to convert chemical energy into controlled mechanical force in the form of linear mechanical movement. It is comprised essentially of a piston, powder charge, electrical bridge wire and contacts inclosed in a housing.
PIN,FUZE SAFING AND ARMING 39 Items
An item of various shapes used to prevent or allow the arming of a fuze. It may be used with attaghments or in conjunction with an ARMING WIRE ASSEMBLY.
LAUNCHER AND GRENADE,SMOKE 34 Items
An item consisting of a launcher and integral smoke grenades. It is designed to project grenades which ignite and/or explode after ejection, providing smoke cover for the vehicles from which propelled. It can also cause casualties to personnel. It is not reusable.
GRENADE,DISCHARGER 20 Items
An item designed to be projected exclusively from a DISCHARGER, GRENADE (as modified).
FLARE,PARACHUTE,HAND FIRED 83 Items
A complete, self-contained device which is fired from the hand, and which provides a rocket projected, parachute borne, pyrotechnic light.
SIMULATOR,FLASH,ARTILLERY 25 Items
A pyrotechnic item designed to simulate the flash of artillery fire.
BANDOLEER 33 Items
PRIMER,PERCUSSION 242 Items
FLARE,AIRCRAFT 137 Items
FLARE,AIRCRAFT,PRACTICE 12 Items
FLARE,SURFACE 103 Items
CARTRIDGE,PHOTOFLASH 18 Items
MARKER,LOCATION,MARINE 120 Items
An item which contains a dye or a burning mixture for marking a location on water. It may contain an explosive charge for dispersion of contents.
SIMULATOR,PROJECTILE GROUND BURST 46 Items
An item designed to simulate the explosion of a projectile upon impact with the ground.
STARTER,FIRE 17 Items
An item containing flammable material, designed to start fires under adverse weather conditions where ordinary ignition methods would fail.
SIMULATOR,EXPLOSIVE BOOBY TRAP 33 Items
An item containing an explosive and/or pyrotechnic mixture(s) and means of ignition inclosed in a container. It is designed to indicate the tripping of a booby trap by the resultant detonation, noise, flame, or a combination thereof. It may include additional equipment for placement and activation of the item.
SIMULATOR,HAND GRENADE 38 Items
A pyrotechnic item designed to simulate the flash and sound of the detonation of a hand grenade.
FLARE,GUIDED MISSILE 22 Items
A pyrotechnic item designed to produce a single source of intense light for the purpose of visually tracing a guided missile during its flight to a target.
SIMULATOR,SMALL ARMS FIRE 24 Items
A mechanical or pyrotechnic device designed to simulate the flash, smoke, and/or sound of small arms fire.
SIGNAL KIT,PERSONNEL DISTRESS 84 Items
A group of items consisting of a manually operated projector, colored signals, and associated components. It is designed to be used by personnel requiring survival assistance and/or tactical support.
SIMULATOR,EXPLOSIVE DETONATION 72 Items
A simulator containing an explosive and a fuze or an igniter. Detonation of the explosive charge produces a sound simulating the detonation of various types of ammunition and other explosive devices.
SIMULATOR,PROJECTILE AIR BURST,EXPLOSIVE 18 Items
An item designed to simulate the explosion of a projectile in the atmosphere.
DECOY TARGET,AIRCRAFT 99 Items
An item primarily designed to be discharged from a dispenser. It contains a charge which produces a decoy target specifically designed to provide characteristics for leading a missile from the intended target.
SIGNAL,SMOKE 466 Items
SIGNAL,ILLUMINATION 666 Items
SIGNAL,SMOKE AND ILLUMINATION 145 Items
FUSEE,SIGNALING 89 Items
A pyrotechnic item used as a signal for rescue, normally consisting of a tube or cartridge, a holding device, and igniter. After ignition it burns with white or colored light. It may be used as a warning signal.
SIMULATOR,LAUNCHING,ANTITANK GUIDED MISSILE AND ROCKET 26 Items
A pyrotechnic item designed to simulate the launching of an antitank guided missile or rocket by producing noise, smoke, and a sustained flash.
DUMMY DECOY TARGET,AIRCRAFT 13 Items
SIGNAL,ILLUMINATION AND SOUND 28 Items
A cylindrical metallic item containing a pyrotechanical main charge for producing light and sound.
CARTRIDGE ASSORTMENT,SIGNAL AND ILLUMINATING 54 Items
A group of various sizes and colors of signal and illuminating cartridges.
FLARE,COUNTERMEASURE 129 Items
A flare used on or for a DISPENSER, COUNTERMEASURES.
FLARE,PYROTECHNIC PISTOL 16 Items
A flare especially designed for use in a PISTOL, PYROTECHNIC.
SIMULATOR,FLARE,INFRARED,COUNTERMEASURE 15 Items
A pyrotechnic item primarily designed to be discharged from an aircraft. It contains a heat/smoke charge which produces a decoy target specifically designed to provide characteristics for leading an infrared seeking missile from its intended target.
SIMULATOR,GUNFIRE 29 Items
A pyrotechnic item designed to accurately simulate the sound of the firing of a specific type of gun.
SIMULATOR,MORTAR FIRE 12 Items
A pyrotechnic item designed to simulate the sound of mortar fire.
FLARE,DRONE-AERIAL TARGET 12 Items
A pyrotechnic item which when fitted to drones or aerial targets produces or increases credible IR signatures. It can be used for decoy simulation, location of aerial targets and launch of surface to air missiles simulation.
CARTRIDGE,PYROTECHNIC,ANIMAL DISPERSAL 10 Items
An explosive type item designed exclusively for the dispersal or hearding of animals.
PIN,FUZE SAFING AND ARMING 39 Items
An item of various shapes used to prevent or allow the arming of a fuze. It may be used with attaghments or in conjunction with an ARMING WIRE ASSEMBLY.
SIMULATOR,ATOMIC EXPLOSION 15 Items
A pyrotechnic item which upon initiation on the ground will, at a reduced scale, display the visual and auditory effects of a nuclear explosion, and serve as an indication to troops participating in field exercises that a nuclear device was exploded.
DISPENSER,FLARE 25 Items
An item designed to be externally or internally mounted on, but not permanently attached to, fixed or rotary wing aircraft to carry and eject flares. For items that include the flares, see DISPENSER AND FLARE, AIRCRAFT.
DECOY,INFRARED,COUNTERMEASURE 24 Items
A pyrophoric item made from an air activated material designed to produce an infrared output.
PRIMER,ELECTRIC 109 Items
DETONATOR,STAB 34 Items
An explosive device which is designed to initiate the detonation wave in an explosive train by the stabbing action of a PIN, FIRING.
BOOSTER,UNDERWATER MINE 22 Items
A cylindrical item containing an explosive for the purpose of amplifying the detonation wave to insure proper detonation of the main explosive charge of an underwater mine. When empty or inert loaded, it may be used for training purposes.
MINE,UNDERWATER 696 Items
An encased underwater explosive device designed to destroy or damage an object such as a ship or submarine. It may be detonated or activated by means of acoustic, magnetic, or pressure influence, contact, and/or remote control. It may be laid either by aircraft, surface vessels, or submarines. When empty or inert loaded it may be used for training purposes.
CASE,UNDERWATER MINE 75 Items
The fabricated outer part of a MINE, UNDERWATER designed to hold an explosive charge and mechanisms required to fire this charge. When empty or inert loaded it may be used for training purposes.
DETONATOR,ELECTRIC 175 Items
An item consisting of electrical leads and explosive elements designed to detonate an explosive charge.
EXTENDER MECHANISM,UNDERWATER MINE 13 Items
An item designed to extend the detonator into the booster for arming an underwater mine by means of hydrostatic pressure.
ANCHOR,UNDERWATER MINE 26 Items
An item designed in various shapes to moor an underwater mine at a predetermined depth. It may contain various releasing and securing devices which can be manually fixed for use in any given depth of water.
ARMING DEVICE,UNDERWATER MINE 49 Items
A device designed to arm and/or disarm an underwater mine at a predetermined time.
FIRING MECHANISM,UNDERWATER MINE 57 Items
A device designed to initiate the explosive train (detonation) of an underwater mine. It may be activated by an accoustic signal, physical impact, vibration, proximity, hydrostatic pressure and/or magnetic influence. It may contain explosive components.
HOUSING,ARMING DEVICE 48 Items
A housing specifically designed for an ARMING DEVICE (as modified).
CABLE ASSEMBLY,ELECTRICAL,UNDERWATER MINE 166 Items
A definite continuous length of cable, electrical underwater mine with or without branches having one or more ends terminated and/or processed in fittings to provide for connection to other items for exclusive use in underwater mines and components.
MODIFICATION KIT,AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES 113 Items
A modification kit used to modify ammunition and explosives.
LINK,CARTRIDGE 167 Items
CLIP,CARTRIDGE 59 Items
A metallic device used to contain cartridges for ease of loading of a weapon such as a rifle, pistol or automatic gun. Excludes MAGAZINE CARTRIDGE.
CARTRIDGE,.410 GAGE SHOTGUN 13 Items
CARTRIDGE,12 GAGE SHOTGUN 552 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .30 256 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .45 63 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .50 597 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .30 CARBINE 59 Items
CARTRIDGE,7.62 MILLIMETER 1020 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .30 20 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .50 27 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,7.62 MILLIMETER 50 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,20 MILLIMETER 68 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .22 138 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .32 36 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .38 21 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .38 SPECIAL 57 Items
CARTRIDGE,9 MILLIMETER 511 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .30 BLANK 65 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .50 BLANK 36 Items
CARTRIDGE,7.62 MILLIMETER BLANK 210 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,30 MILLIMETER 57 Items
CARTRIDGE,20 MILLIMETER 573 Items
CARTRIDGE,30 MILLIMETER 459 Items
BANDOLEER 33 Items
TRACER,PROJECTILE 28 Items
A cylindrical item designed to contain tracer composition for the purpose of observation of fire. The projectile is equipped with the tracer element in the base of the projectile. In most small-caliber antiaircraft projectiles, the tracer is used to ignite the filler and destroy the projectile should it miss the target. When empty or inert loaded, it may be used for training purposes.
CARTRIDGE,5.56 MILLIMETER 643 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,5.56 MILLIMETER 44 Items
CARTRIDGE,5.56 MILLIMETER BLANK 190 Items
CARTRIDGE,5.6 MILLIMETER 38 Items
CARTRIDGE,SUBCALIBER,22 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 77 Items
An explosive device consisting of a projectile and a cartridge case containing a small quantity of propellant and a means of activation. It is designed to be inserted into a full bore 81 millimeter, 120 millimeter, 4.2 inches sabot and permit firing to simulate functioning of a tactical item.
CARTRIDGE,SUBCALIBER,25 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 13 Items
An explosive device consisting of a projectile and a cartridge case containing a small quantity of propellant and a means of activation. It is designed to be inserted into a full bore 81 millimeter sabot and permit firing to simulate functioning of a tactical item.
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,9 MILLIMETER 26 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,25 MILLIMETER 28 Items
CARTRIDGE,25 MILLIMETER 104 Items
DUMMY CARTRIDGE,12.7 MILLIMETER 12 Items
CARTRIDGE,7.65 MILLIMETER 79 Items
CARTRIDGE,12.7 MILLIMETER 286 Items
CARTRIDGE,12.7 MILLIMETER BLANK 18 Items
CARTRIDGE,7.62 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 27 Items
CARTRIDGE,20 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 104 Items
CARTRIDGE,30 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 106 Items
CARTRIDGE,26.5 MILLIMETER 23 Items
CARTRIDGE,9 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 100 Items
CARTRIDGE,SUBCALIBER,22 MILLIMETER,BLANK 11 Items
CARTRIDGE,25 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 38 Items
CARTRIDGE,7.92 MILLIMETER 14 Items
LINER,CARTRIDGE CASE 29 Items
A non-metallic item which fits inside the CASE, CARTRIDGE, and holds the propellant. Its size conforms to the item for which it is designed.
PROJECTILE,20 MILLIMETER 23 Items
PROJECTILE,EMPTY 11 Items
An item designed to hold a propellant, primer an/or other explosives. Its profile and size conform to that of the weapon for which it is designed. For a loaded projectile see PROJECTILE (as modified).
CARTRIDGE,5.45 MILLIMETER 22 Items
PROJECTILE,30 MILLIMETER 12 Items
CASE,PROJECTILE 68 Items
An item designed to hold a propellant, primer and/or other explosives. Its profile and size conform to that of the weapon for which it is designed. For a loaded projectile see PROJECTILE (as modified).
CARTRIDGE,6 MILLIMETER 15 Items
CARTRIDGE,8 MILLIMETER 21 Items
CARTRIDGE,12 MILLIMETER 14 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .308,WINCHESTER 41 Items
CARTRIDGE,5.56 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 115 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .357 MAGNUM 28 Items
CARTRIDGE,7.5 MILLIMETER 122 Items
CARTRIDGE,7.5 MILLIMETER,BLANK 36 Items
CARTRIDGE,7.5 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 24 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .338 43 Items
CARTRIDGE,5.7 MILLIMETER 17 Items
CARTRIDGE,12 GAGE SHOTGUN,NON-LETHAL 55 Items
CARTRIDGE,CALIBER .303 60 Items
CARTRIDGE,6.5 MILLIMETER 25 Items
CARTRIDGE,9 MILLIMETER BLANK 69 Items
CASE,CARTRIDGE 342 Items
An item designed to hold an ammunition primer and propellant, and to which a projectile may be affixed. Its profile and size conform to that of the chamber of the weapon in which the round is fired except for recoilless rifles. For a loaded cartridge case, see CARTRIDGE (as modified).
NOSE PLUG,PROJECTILE 24 Items
An externally threaded item specifically designed to be inserted into the nose of a projectile to complete the aerodynamic shape of the forward portion of the projectile. Excludes PLUG, MACHINE THREAD.
CARTRIDGE,14.5 MILLIMETER 81 Items
CARTRIDGE,4.6 MILLIMETER 21 Items
PUNCH,DRIVE PIN 21 Items
INC 03851 REINSTATED ON 030405~A round, square, hexagonal or octagonal bodied hand tool, having a flat blunt face. Includes tapered items whose taper length is less than 4 inches (101.6 mm). The tapered items are normally used to start out, pins, bolts, and the like from holes having a force or drive fit, and the straight items to follow thru or finish driving out. For tapered items having a taper length of 4 inches (101.6 mm) or more, see PUNCH, DRIFT and PUNCH, ALIGNING. See also NAIL SET.
PLIERS 28 Items
Refer to Reference Drawing Group A. See also PLIERS (as modified).
WRENCH SET,SPANNER 11 Items
A group of items under WRENCH, SPANNER having different characteristics.
CAP,BLASTING 338 Items
A small, metallic tube closed at one end and filled with high explosives used to detonate demolition and explosive charges/items. Non-electric blasting caps can be initiated and/or assembled with FUSE,BLASTING,TIME, shock tube, or CORD,DETONATING. Electric blasting caps have wires and are initiated from an electrical current, provided from sources such as a BLASTING MACHINE. They may come with devices to simplify use with other items, such as a HOLDER,BLASTING CAP or a demolition bar.
CARTRIDGE,IMPULSE 635 Items
An item consisting of a quantity of propellant and a means of activation inclosed in a container. It may contain an integral cutting punch. It is designed to be inserted into or attached to one or more devices to provide the energy required to operate a device not requiring a time delay in their operating sequence. It is used in devices, such as initiators, thrusters, cutters, and the like. For cartridges with a time delay see CARTRIDGE, DELAY.
VERIFICATION SET,EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 10 Items
A fixed number of specialized components and/or items not all having the same basic name, which are required and designed exclusively to provide a maximum of safety to personnel when rendering safe, improvised explosive devices. This special set when in operation will verify the presence of improvised explosive devices and determine the method of construction of such devices for the purpose of disarming.
KNIFE,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 14 Items
An item with a blade of non-magnetic and non-sparking material fixed to a handle for disposing explosive ordnance.
TOOL AND EQUIPMENT KIT,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 255 Items
A collection of items such as remote-controlled equipment, x-ray equipment, video recording and replaying equipment, freezing equipment, protective clothing, generators, ropes, wires, cables, hooks, hammers, pliers, wrecking bars, mechanical fingers, electrical tape, instruments, and the like required for the disposal, disarming, and dismantling of ammunition and all similar or related items or components.
TOOL KIT,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 178 Items
A group of tools constructed of nonmagnetic and nonsparking material such as wrecking bar(s), chisel(s), hammer(s), mattock, pick, pliers, punch(es), screwdriver(s), shovel, wrench(es) and the like. It may include tool box(es) or tool chest. It is used for disarming and disposal operations involving unexploded munitions in the field. Excludes TOOL KIT, SUPPLEMENTAL, EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL.
TOOL KIT,IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICES 32 Items
A group of tools such as wrecking bar(s), bit(s), saw blade(s), brace(s), chisel(s), drill(s), mechanical finger(s), flashlight(s), forcep(s), hammer(s), electrical tape, knife(ves), mirror(s), stethoscope, pliers, wrench(es), screwdriver(s), and the like, It may include tool satchel(s), tool roll(s), and dispatch case(s). It is used in search and/or disarming operations involving improvised (home made) explosive devices.
TOOL KIT,SUPPLEMENTAL,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 49 Items
A group of tools consisting of such common tools as calipers, measuring tape, hand drills, chisel(s), file(s), hammer(s), mechanical finger(s), screwdriver(s), pliers, machinists vise(s), gage(s), and the like. It may contain portable test meters, vacuum pumps and tool box(es). It is used to supplement a TOOL KIT, EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL for disarming and disposal operations involving unexploded munitions in the field.
STETHOSCOPE KIT,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 19 Items
A collection of items consisting of a stethoscope and necessary accessories, such as a headset, connecting cable, amplifier, receiver, and the like required for the electronical and acoustical examination of suspicious containers, such as parcels, envelopes, and the like.
ROBOT,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 78 Items
A device specifically designed for and used solely by Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) personnel in the detecting, handling and exploding of surface demolition. The device, operated by use of a remote control panel, may consist of the panel, cables, the robot and the tools or devices used by the robot in completion of the mission.
PARTS KIT,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 336 Items
A parts kit used for the repair or replacement of worn, damaged and/or expended parts of various explosive ordnance disposal equipment or tools.
REMOTE HANDLING SET,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 27 Items
An equipment used by Explosive Ordnance Disposal operator to pick up explosive devices and dangerous materials without having to make direct contact with the hazardous items physically. It will provide some safety stand off distance to the operator when handling a dangerous item. It has a clamp on one end and a handle on the other. It shall be lightweight and simple to use.
PROTECTIVE SHIELD,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 19 Items
A shield used to provide protection to the Explosive Ordnance Disposal operator during his operation to render safe removal of Improvised Explosive Devices. It will also be used by EXPLOSIVE Ordnance Disposal standoff observers in situation where no suitable protected position is available. It shall be reasonably light to carry and easy to setup by one man. A handle and shoulder strap should be provided to assist the operator to carry the shield.
CHAMBER,IMPULSE CARTRIDGE 20 Items
A thick-walled metallic tube designed to accommodate a CARTRIDGE, IMPULSE and adapted to the shape of a cartridge, which determines the release direction of the blast of the impulse cartridge. At one end, a gas circuit, a mechanical/electrical release mechanism or a seal can be mounted; the other end can be bolted to the housing or be designed as an ejector nozzle.
DRIVER,PROJECTILE,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 32 Items
A thick-walled steel tube having a lock on one side and firing powder-gas pressure accelerated bolts, shot charge carriers with metal powder, chips, sand, gel, water, and the like at unexploded explosive ordance (UXO), improvised explosive devices (IED) or other unsafe ammunition with the objective of locking the firing device of the ammunition, interrupting initiated arming sequences or rendering the ammunition safe in some other way. The device is not hand-held. Pertinent distances to the object are specified in accordance with the charge carrier involved.
BARREL,PROJECTILE DRIVER,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 23 Items
A barrel having an external thread on one end to accommodate the CARTRIDGE, IMPULSE. A cartridge chamber is milled into the threaded side.
SUPPORT,PROJECTILE DRIVER,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 13 Items
A support ov various types and/or sizes designed to keep the DRIVER,PROJECTILE,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL in the desired position.
CARTRIDGE,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 50 Items
A cartridge, designed specifically for use in a disrupter, explosive ordnance device, for the purpose of discharging a controlled directed explosion, gas or otherwise, initiating pressure for a secondary action to occur.
BLANKET,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 11 Items
A lightweight item, similar to a blanket, highly protective, usually made of multiple layers of ballistic material. It may include a safety ring and/orhandles. For items with a safety ring, the ring is placed around the explosive device and the blanket is spread on top of both the explosive device and safety ring.
UNMANNED VEHICLE,GROUND 39 Items
A wheeled or tracked vehicle not controlled by onboard personnel. It may be operated by such methods as the following: remotely by use of cable or wireless signals, or autonomously from programmed mission data which may incorporate artificial intelligence or a combination of the two types. The vehicle may be configured for any of various roles including, but not limited to transport, surveillance, combat, mine detection and/or neutralization, and the like.
FUZE,PROXIMITY 302 Items
A fuze wherein primary initiation occurs by sensing the presence, distance, and/or direction of the target through the characteristics of the target itself or its environment.
WARHEAD,2.75 INCH ROCKET,HIGH EXPLOSIVE 66 Items
A warhead with a high explosive filler constituting the major payload, designed for attachment to a 2.75 inch rocket.
WARHEAD,2.75 INCH ROCKET,PRACTICE 41 Items
WARHEAD,5 INCH ROCKET,PRACTICE 12 Items
WARHEAD,5 INCH ROCKET,HIGH EXPLOSIVE 28 Items
A warhead with a high explosive filler constituting the major payload, designed for attachment to a 5 inch rocket.
FUZE,ROCKET 79 Items
FUZE,ROCKET,PRACTICE 11 Items
LAUNCHER,ROCKET,AIRCRAFT 66 Items
A launcher designed for aircraft installation. It is designed for attaching, arming, releasing and/or ejecting one or more ROCKET (as modified). See also LAUNCHER, ROCKET and LAUNCHER, MONORAIL, ROCKET.
IGNITER,ROCKET MOTOR 151 Items
An explosive item designed to ignite the propelling charge in a rocket motor.
FAIRING,AIRCRAFT ROCKET LAUNCHER 19 Items
An item designed to be mounted on a LAUNCHER, ROCKET, AIRCRAFT shaped so as to reduce the air resistance.
PROPELLANT GRAIN 112 Items
A solid preformed item specifically designed to produce the required propulsion effect in nonairbreathing reaction propulsion devices. It consists of all of the ingredients necessary for sustained combustion. It may be a heterogeneous mixture of an oxidizing agent and a fuel, or it may be a chemical composition which provides its own oxidizer.
FIN ASSEMBLY,ROCKET MOTOR 24 Items
ROCKET,PRACTICE,2.75 INCH 31 Items
ROCKET,HIGH EXPLOSIVE,2.75 INCH 91 Items
ROCKET,HIGH EXPLOSIVE,5 INCH 13 Items
ROCKET,HIGH EXPLOSIVE,66 MILLIMETER 36 Items
ROCKET,HIGH EXPLOSIVE,80 MILLIMETER 10 Items
ROCKET MOTOR CLUSTER 18 Items
A grouping of two or more rocket motors fastened together and designed to function as a single propulsion unit.
FIRING MECHANISM,ROCKET 10 Items
An item designed to initiate the ignition of the propellant grain of a rocket.
ROCKET MOTOR 716 Items
A nonairbreathing reaction propulsion device that consists essentially of a thrust chamber and exhaust nozzle, and that carries its own solid oxidizer-fuel combination from which hot gases are generated by combustion and expanded through a nozzle. See also ROCKET MOTOR CLUSTER.
NOZZLE,EXHAUST,ROCKET MOTOR 51 Items
An item designed with a constricting throat section and a divergent section. The constricting throat section compresses the propellant gases and maintains the pressure within the thrust chamber of the rocket motor by limiting the flow of gases. The divergent section controls the expansion of the gases causing increased thrust.
ROCKET MOTOR,EMPTY 24 Items
An empty ROCKET MOTOR specifically designed to be filled with either a solid fuel propellant mixture or an inert compound. For items which are filled, see ROCKET MOTOR and ROCKET MOTOR, TRAINING.
CARTRIDGE,IMPULSE 635 Items
An item consisting of a quantity of propellant and a means of activation inclosed in a container. It may contain an integral cutting punch. It is designed to be inserted into or attached to one or more devices to provide the energy required to operate a device not requiring a time delay in their operating sequence. It is used in devices, such as initiators, thrusters, cutters, and the like. For cartridges with a time delay see CARTRIDGE, DELAY.
WARHEAD,2.75 INCH ROCKET,FLARE 11 Items
A warhead containing a pyrotechnic composition filler, a parachute, and a means of activation. It is designed to provide a parachute-borne source of intense light for the purpose of illuminating a target, airfield, or the like.
ROCKET,SMOKE,2.75 INCH 23 Items
WARHEAD,2.75 INCH ROCKET,SMOKE 11 Items
A warhead containing a SMOKE AGENT designed for attachment to a 2.75 inch rocket.
WARHEAD,2.75 INCH ROCKET,FLECHETTE 12 Items
A warhead containing flechettes as the major payload, designed for attachment to a rocket.
HOUSING,ARMING DEVICE 48 Items
A housing specifically designed for an ARMING DEVICE (as modified).
ROCKET,FLECHETTE,2.75 INCH 11 Items
A rocket incorporating a warhead containing small fin stabilized darts and a fuze, designed to initiate the charge at motor burn out to expel the contents in a conical pattern.
WARHEAD,110 MILLIMETER ROCKET,PRACTICE 10 Items
ROCKET POD,298 MILLIMETER 45 Items
An item containing a multiple number of rockets sealed in tubes. The rockets are designed to be launched directly from the pod, which also serves as a shipping and storage container. See also CARTRIDGE (as modified) and MAGAZINE (as modified).
ROCKET,HIGH EXPLOSIVE,70 MILLIMETER 15 Items
WARHEAD,70 MILLIMETER ROCKET,HIGH EXPLOSIVE 10 Items
A warhead, with a high explosive filler constituting the major payload, designed for attachment to a 70 millimeter rocket.
DUMMY ROCKET MOTOR 50 Items
CHARGE,SPOTTING 62 Items
An ammunition component with explosive and/or pyrotechnic substances intended to produce sound, flash, or smoke effects. It is used in spotting and practices ammunition to show the location of its point of functioning or impact.
CHARGE,SHAPED 144 Items
An explosive load which is formed to produce a specific shattering or penetrating effect other than demolition. Excludes CHARGE, DEMOLITION.
MODIFICATION KIT,AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES 113 Items
A modification kit used to modify ammunition and explosives.
LUG,SUSPENSION,AIRCRAFT ORDNANCE 94 Items
An item consisting of a steel forging with one or more mounting holes or a threaded base for attachment to a bomb, bomb cluster adapter, armament pod, munition dispensers, and the like, to provide connecting means for suspension in internal and external aircraft stations.
HOUSING SECTION,ARMING DEVICE 30 Items
A rigid, hollow item of differing shape which together with at least one other housing section forms a HOUSING (2), ARMING DEVICE (as modified). May include mounting hardware, adapters, gaskets, locking devices and the like.
ROCKET,HAND FIRED 60 Items
A self-contained device, held and fired by hand, consisting of a rocket motor, launcher, and its own means of ignition with or without a payload. Excludes ROCKET (as modified).
ROCKET POD,298 MILLIMETER,REDUCED RANGE PRACTICE 12 Items
An item containing a multiple number of reduced range practice rockets sealed in tubes. The reduced range rockets are designed to be launched directly from the pod which also serves as a shipping and storage container.
CHARGE ASSEMBLY,SHAPED 25 Items
An assembly of components which includes a CHARGE, SHAPED and is used to produce a specific shattering or penetrating effect other than demolition. Excludes CHARGE ASSEMBLY, DEMOLITION.
FIRING BOX,ROCKET 10 Items
INITIATOR,ROCKET MOTOR IGNITER 37 Items
An electrically ignited electronic or explosive device designed to actuate an IGNITER, ROCKET MOTOR.
PIN,FUZE SAFING AND ARMING 39 Items
An item of various shapes used to prevent or allow the arming of a fuze. It may be used with attaghments or in conjunction with an ARMING WIRE ASSEMBLY.
TARGET DETECTING DEVICE,FUZE 45 Items
An item consisting of an electronic sensing element which initiates the action of a fuze.
INTERVALOMETER,ROCKET LAUNCHER 12 Items
A control designed to be connected to a rocket pad or the like, to automatically launch a rocket(s) at predetermined intervals.
ROCKET SYSTEM,HIGH EXPLOSIVE,66 MILLIMETER 16 Items
A complete rocket system consisting of a high explosive rocket and a rocket launcher. It contains additional sights.
CORD ASSEMBLY,DETONATING 1755 Items
An item consisting of a definite length of detonating cord, having ends which are terminated with caps containing a quantity of explosive. The ends also incorporate a means to permit connection to another detonating cord assembly or item.
ROCKET,TARGET 16 Items
A rocket specifically designed for use as a target during weapon system evaluation and operational readiness tests.
CUP,CHARGE 34 Items
An item designed to be filled with an explosive for use as supplemental charges, boosters, delay elements, primers and the like.
WAD,POWDER 29 Items
An item made of inert material such as plastic, felt, or fiberboard and utilized as a pad to secure the propellant powder in place around the primer. May be designed to occupy excess volume in a cartridge case or as a barrier between the propellant powder and the projectile.
BAG,CHARGE 17 Items
A fabric container that holds the propelling charge, flash suppressor, or initiating charge for separate loading or semi-fixed ammunition. Usually made of cartridge cloth, a special fabric that is consumed without leaving a burning residue. For a filled charge bag, see CHARGE, PROPELLING (as modified).
BASE,CARTRIDGE CASE 18 Items
A cup-shaped metallic component at the rear of a CASE, CARTRIDGE. The item can be provided with a primer which may contain an explosive.
WASTE,FIRING 143 Items
An item which consists of one or more cases,mine bodies,grenade bodies and the like collected after firing before destruction or recycling.
SIMULATOR,ORDNANCE 64 Items
An item specifically designed to replicate the physical appearance of a munitions ordnance item. It may resemble the actual item in size, shape and weight but does not perform any functions of the actual item.
CASE,CARTRIDGE 342 Items
An item designed to hold an ammunition primer and propellant, and to which a projectile may be affixed. Its profile and size conform to that of the chamber of the weapon in which the round is fired except for recoilless rifles. For a loaded cartridge case, see CARTRIDGE (as modified).
UNMANNED WATERCRAFT 14 Items
A watercraft that is not controlled by onboard personnel. Control may be via signals from a remote location or autonomous via programmed mission data incorporating artificial intelligence or a combination of the two types. It may be a submarine, a surface craft, or it may be semisubmersible. It may have low detectability features and may perform various functions including, but not limited to attack, mine countermeasures, surveillance, reconnaissance and/or intelligence gathering.
PRIMER,ELECTRIC 109 Items
PRIMER,ELECTRIC AND PERCUSSION 21 Items
PRIMER,PERCUSSION 242 Items
FUZE,MECHANICAL TIME 96 Items
A fuze which is actuated by a clocklike mechanism preset to the desired time. Excludes FUZE, BOMB; FUZE, MINE; and FUZE, HAND GRENADE.
FUZE,MECHANICAL TIME AND SUPERQUICK 106 Items
A FUZE, MECHANICAL TIME containing an additional device designed to cause instantaneous activation as a result of impact. Excludes FUZE, BOMB; FUZE, MINE; and FUZE, HAND GRENADE.
FUZE,POINT DETONATING,SELF-DESTROYING 25 Items
A FUZE, POINT DETONATING containing a device which causes the bursting charge to detonate if prior functioning has not been caused by impact. Excludes FUZE, BOMB; FUZE, MINE; and FUZE, HAND GRENADE.
FUZE,TIME AND SUPERQUICK 12 Items
A fuze which is activated by the burning of a powder train preset to the desired time and which contains an additional device designed to cause instantaneous activation as a result of impact. Excludes FUZE, BOMB; FUZE, MINE; and FUZE, HAND GRENADE.
DUMMY FUZE,POINT DETONATING 36 Items
FUZE,POINT DETONATING,PRACTICE 20 Items
FUZE,PROXIMITY 302 Items
A fuze wherein primary initiation occurs by sensing the presence, distance, and/or direction of the target through the characteristics of the target itself or its environment.
FUZE,POINT DETONATING 430 Items
A fuze which is located in the nose of a projectile and is designed to be actuated as a result of impact. Excludes FUZE, POINT DETONATING, SELF-DESTROYING; FUZE, BOMB; FUZE, MINE; and FUZE, HAND GRENADE.
PRIMER,STAB 14 Items
An item with a primer cup containing a sensitive ignition material designed to be initiated by the stabbing action of a firing pin. It is designed to initiate an igniter train.
SAFETY AND ARMING DEVICE,FUZE 25 Items
A mechanism assembled to a fuze to prevent or allow the fuze explosive train to function.
FUZE,IMPACT 37 Items
A fuze containing a delay mix that is ignited by propellant gases upon firing of the cartridge. The fuze delay column burns during projectile flight and upon impact ignites the payload. If fuze fails to function upon impact, ignition material in the fuze will flash and ignite the projectile payload.
FUZE,MULTIOPTION 26 Items
A selectable fuze consisting of an electronic circuitry, a power source (for example a reserve battery or a turbo generator), an impact mechanism and a dual safety arming mechanism. It is designed to function at an optimal distance from the target, determined by the mode selected. (Examples of mode include airburst, near surface burst, impact, delay after impact, and set time). The operational mode is selected at time of launching for the desired type of action. The fuze may also have a default autonomous mode as a backup in case no operational mode is selected.
DUMMY FUZE,MECHANICAL TIME AND SUPERQUICK 12 Items
An item specifically designed to develop skill in the techniques of fuze assembly, disassembly, handling, test and similar functions.
DUMMY PRIMER,PERCUSSION 15 Items
DUMMY FUZE,PROXIMITY 12 Items
FUZE,AUXILIARY DETONATING 23 Items
An item designed to be attached to the primary fuze. It contains a booster to augment the output of the primary fuze explosive train, and a safety and arming device which prevents detonation of the main explosive charge in the event of damage to the primary fuze.
BOOSTER,FUZE 22 Items
A cylindrical item containing an explosive material designed to relay and amplify the explosive components of a fuze and to cause detonation of the supplemental or main explosive charge of a projectile. When inert loaded, it may be used for training purposes. Excludes CUP, CHARGE.
PLUG,REPRESENTING,FUZE 18 Items
An externally threaded item specifically designed to be inserted into the fuzehole of a projectile and ballistically matched with the fuze it represents.
FUZE,BASE DETONATING 42 Items
A fuze, located in the base of a projectile, designed to be activated as a result of impact. Excludes FUZE,BOMB; FUZE,MINE; FUZE,HAND GRENADE and FUZE,ROCKET.
FUZE,POINT INITIATING,BASE DETONATING 28 Items
A fuze, with initiating components located in the nose of a projectile and detonating components located in the base of a projectile, designed to be activated as a result of impact.
IGNITER,ELECTRIC PRIMER 19 Items
An electric device used to amplify the initiation of a PRIMER, ELECTRIC in the functioning of a FUZE (as modified).
PIN,FUZE SAFING AND ARMING 39 Items
An item of various shapes used to prevent or allow the arming of a fuze. It may be used with attaghments or in conjunction with an ARMING WIRE ASSEMBLY.
TARGET DETECTING DEVICE,FUZE 45 Items
An item consisting of an electronic sensing element which initiates the action of a fuze.
FUZE,TIME 14 Items
A fuze which is activated by the burning of a powder train preset to the desired time. For items which contain a device designed to cause instantaneous activation as a result of impact, see FUZE, TIME AND SUPERQUICK. Excludes FUZE, BOMB; FUZE, MINE and FUZE, HAND GRENADE.
DELAY ELEMENT,FUZE 28 Items
An item consisting of an explosive element having predetermined various time delays which acts as a relay to initiate a fuze on impact.
FUZE,ELECTRONIC TIME 25 Items
A fuze with an electronic oscillator as a time base and binary decades as count down circuitry. It contains a safe and arming mechanism and has explosive components. The function of the fuze is to provide an event at a preset time.
UNMANNED WATERCRAFT 14 Items
A watercraft that is not controlled by onboard personnel. Control may be via signals from a remote location or autonomous via programmed mission data incorporating artificial intelligence or a combination of the two types. It may be a submarine, a surface craft, or it may be semisubmersible. It may have low detectability features and may perform various functions including, but not limited to attack, mine countermeasures, surveillance, reconnaissance and/or intelligence gathering.
PRIMER,ELECTRIC 109 Items
BURSTER,PROJECTILE 40 Items
A cylindrical container filled with explosive material which upon detonation, disseminates the agent in a projectile.
FUZE,PROXIMITY 302 Items
A fuze wherein primary initiation occurs by sensing the presence, distance, and/or direction of the target through the characteristics of the target itself or its environment.
WARHEAD SECTION,GUIDED MISSILE,HIGH EXPLOSIVE 125 Items
A warhead section containing a high explosive warhead, designed for attachment to a guided missile.
CORD,DETONATING 1119 Items
An item consisting of a flexible tube containing a core of explosive. The tube may be overwrapped with alternating layers of fibrous yarn or fiberglass and a flexible plastic material, or the tube may be covered with a fibrous overbraid and inclosed in another tube. It is designed for transmitting a confined detonation wave.
SQUIB,ELECTRIC 331 Items
An item designed for electrical firing of burning type munitions or to initiate operation of jettisoning equipment and shearing devices, or as igniters for rockets or for setting equipment in motion where a small explosive device is required. It consists essentially of a tube containing a flammable material and a small charge of powder compressed around a fine resistance wire connected to electrical leads or terminals. Excludes CARTRIDGE, IMPULSE.
CARTRIDGE,EXPLOSIVE BOLT 14 Items
An item consisting of a quantity of high explosive packed in a cylindrical case which is designed to be placed inside of an explosive bolt and when ignited furnishes the shock which causes the bolt to separate. It may or may not include the igniter.
CARTRIDGE,ENGINE STARTER 35 Items
DETONATOR,ELECTRIC 175 Items
An item consisting of electrical leads and explosive elements designed to detonate an explosive charge.
FUZE,GUIDED MISSILE 78 Items
FUZE,GUIDED MISSILE,PRACTICE 10 Items
SAFETY AND ARMING DEVICE,GUIDED MISSILE 157 Items
A mechanism which prevents or allows the warhead and/or propulsion unit train of explosives to operate. If the mechanism is designed for warhead and propulsion unit train of explosives, use FSC 1336.
WARHEAD,GUIDED MISSILE,HIGH EXPLOSIVE 153 Items
A warhead with a high explosive filler constituting the major payload, designed for attachment to a guided missile.
WARHEAD,GUIDED MISSILE,EMPTY 10 Items
A guided missile warhead without an active or inert load.
BOOSTER,GUIDED MISSILE WARHEAD 25 Items
A major element in the explosive train between a FUZE, GUIDED MISSILE and a WARHEAD, GUIDED MISSILE which will amplify the detonation wave when explosive loaded. When empty or inert loaded, it may be used for training purposes.
PIN,FIRING 99 Items
An item used in a firing mechanism of a gun, mine, bomb, fuze, projectile, or the like, which strikes and detonates a sensitive explosive to initiate an explosive train or a propelling charge.
WARHEAD,GUIDED MISSILE,EXERCISE 11 Items
CARTRIDGE,IMPULSE 635 Items
An item consisting of a quantity of propellant and a means of activation inclosed in a container. It may contain an integral cutting punch. It is designed to be inserted into or attached to one or more devices to provide the energy required to operate a device not requiring a time delay in their operating sequence. It is used in devices, such as initiators, thrusters, cutters, and the like. For cartridges with a time delay see CARTRIDGE, DELAY.
DUMMY FUZE,GUIDED MISSILE 14 Items
An item designed to occupy the space of a FUZE, GUIDED MISSILE without having internal functioning components of the guided missile fuze.
DUMMY SAFETY AND ARMING DEVICE,GUIDED MISSILE 13 Items
An item designed to occupy the space of a SAFETY AND ARMING DEVICE, GUIDED MISSILE without having the internal functioning components of the guided missile safety and arming device.
EXPLOSIVE KIT,INITIATION-SEPARATION,GUIDED MISSILE 24 Items
A group of explosive and nonexplosive items specifically designed to be installed in a guided missile to effect initiation of rocket motors and/or separation of the stages.
HOUSING,ARMING DEVICE 48 Items
A housing specifically designed for an ARMING DEVICE (as modified).
VALVE,EXPLOSIVE ACTUATED 14 Items
An item designed to release gas or fluid by an explosive igniter to control operation of fin(s), rudder(s), switches or other functional items of a guided missile, guided bomb, torpedo or other ammunition.
CHARGE,SPOTTING 62 Items
An ammunition component with explosive and/or pyrotechnic substances intended to produce sound, flash, or smoke effects. It is used in spotting and practices ammunition to show the location of its point of functioning or impact.
ACTUATOR,EXPLOSIVE,ROTARY 18 Items
A self-contained power transmitting device designed to convert pyrotechnic energy into controlled mechanical force in the form of torque (rotational mechanical movement). It is comprised of a piston, powder charge, electrical bridge wire and contacts inclosed in a housing.
CHARGE,SHAPED 144 Items
An explosive load which is formed to produce a specific shattering or penetrating effect other than demolition. Excludes CHARGE, DEMOLITION.
HOUSING SECTION,ARMING DEVICE 30 Items
A rigid, hollow item of differing shape which together with at least one other housing section forms a HOUSING (2), ARMING DEVICE (as modified). May include mounting hardware, adapters, gaskets, locking devices and the like.
FUZE,PROXIMITY 29 Items
A non-explosive device designed to initiate the detonation of a guided missile warhead by sensing the presence, distance and/or direction of the target by an action of continuous or pulsating electromagnetic rays or by the detection of heat emanations from the target. Excludes FUZE (2), RADAR.
CHARGE ASSEMBLY,SHAPED 25 Items
An assembly of components which includes a CHARGE, SHAPED and is used to produce a specific shattering or penetrating effect other than demolition. Excludes CHARGE ASSEMBLY, DEMOLITION.
ACTUATOR,EXPLOSIVE,LINEAR 74 Items
A self-contained power transmitting device designed to convert chemical energy into controlled mechanical force in the form of linear mechanical movement. It is comprised essentially of a piston, powder charge, electrical bridge wire and contacts inclosed in a housing.
BOLT,EXPLOSIVE 124 Items
An item specifically designed to contain a CARTRIDGE, EXPLOSIVE BOLT or an encapsulated explosive charge, or the like. When ignited the explosive furnishes the shock which causes the bolt to separate. May include connectors, bridge wires, or the like.
GENERATOR,GAS PRESSURE,PROPELLANT ACTUATED 106 Items
A device consisting of one or more cylinders and a propellant charge(s). The charge(s) may be contained in a removable cartridge. It may be initiated mechanically or initiated electrically, utilizing one or more electrical ignition elements. It is designed to produce a steady flow of gas of a determined volume at a specific pressure and temperature for a given length of time to spin turbines, inflate life rafts, operate pumps which supply hydraulic pressure to missile controls, eject a guided missile from its launching tube, and the like. It may also be used to actuate aircraft escape systems.
NOSE PLUG,PROJECTILE 24 Items
An externally threaded item specifically designed to be inserted into the nose of a projectile to complete the aerodynamic shape of the forward portion of the projectile. Excludes PLUG, MACHINE THREAD.
PIN,FUZE SAFING AND ARMING 39 Items
An item of various shapes used to prevent or allow the arming of a fuze. It may be used with attaghments or in conjunction with an ARMING WIRE ASSEMBLY.
SAFETY AND ARMING DEVICE-FUZE,GUIDED MISSILE 18 Items
An item consisting of a SAFETY AND ARMING DEVICE, GUIDED MISSILE and a fuze, specifically designed to provide the safety and arming functions for a guided missile and/or fuzing of the missile in the event of malfunction of the safety and arming mechanism.
TARGET DETECTING DEVICE,FUZE 45 Items
An item consisting of an electronic sensing element which initiates the action of a fuze.
SQUIB ASSEMBLY,ELECTRIC 10 Items
An item consisting of two or more SQUIB, ELECTRIC having a common mounting and/or electrically connected together. May be inert-filled. Excludes IGNITER, ROCKET MOTOR and INITIATOR, ROCKET MOTOR IGNITER.
SUPPORT,PROJECTILE BURSTER 10 Items
A shaped metallic support with cushioning pad, specially designed to support a projectile burster, when the burster is assembled within a chemical projectile.
SWITCH,SQUIB ACTUATED 24 Items
A device which completes, interrupts, or changes the connections in one or more electrical circuits. It is actuated by means of passing an electric current through a resistance wire in physical contact with a small charge of flammable and/or explosive material.
WARHEAD,GUIDED MISSILE,PRACTICE 15 Items
WARHEAD SECTION,GUIDED MISSILE,PRACTICE 17 Items
CORD ASSEMBLY,DETONATING 1755 Items
An item consisting of a definite length of detonating cord, having ends which are terminated with caps containing a quantity of explosive. The ends also incorporate a means to permit connection to another detonating cord assembly or item.
DUMMY WARHEAD,GUIDED MISSILE 27 Items
An inert item designed to be substituted for a tactical warhead. It conforms to the configuration of the legitimate warhead and is used for display purposes, testing, and training operations such as assembly, loading, handling, and dry-run operations.
DUMMY PROJECTILE,5 INCH 54 CALIBER 11 Items
DUMMY PROJECTILE,155 MILLIMETER 54 Items
PROJECTILE,6 INCH 35 Items
PROJECTILE,8 INCH 60 Items
PROJECTILE,16 INCH 35 Items
PROJECTILE,5 INCH 38 CALIBER 182 Items
PROJECTILE,5 INCH 54 CALIBER 192 Items
PROJECTILE,155 MILLIMETER 582 Items
CHARGE,PROPELLING,5 INCH 38 CALIBER 15 Items
CHARGE,PROPELLING,5 INCH 54 CALIBER 27 Items
CHARGE,PROPELLING,6 INCH 47 CALIBER 11 Items
CHARGE,PROPELLING,8 INCH 55 CALIBER 18 Items
CHARGE,PROPELLING,16 INCH 50 CALIBER 10 Items
CHARGE,PROPELLING,155 MILLIMETER 239 Items
CHARGE,PROPELLING,8 INCH 32 Items
DUMMY PROPELLING CHARGE,155 MILLIMETER 46 Items
BURSTER,PROJECTILE 40 Items
A cylindrical container filled with explosive material which upon detonation, disseminates the agent in a projectile.
PROPELLANT GRAIN 112 Items
A solid preformed item specifically designed to produce the required propulsion effect in nonairbreathing reaction propulsion devices. It consists of all of the ingredients necessary for sustained combustion. It may be a heterogeneous mixture of an oxidizing agent and a fuel, or it may be a chemical composition which provides its own oxidizer.
REDUCER,FLASH,PROPELLING CHARGE 30 Items
An item designed for use with a propelling charge to reduce muzzle flash.
TRACER,PROJECTILE 28 Items
A cylindrical item designed to contain tracer composition for the purpose of observation of fire. The projectile is equipped with the tracer element in the base of the projectile. In most small-caliber antiaircraft projectiles, the tracer is used to ignite the filler and destroy the projectile should it miss the target. When empty or inert loaded, it may be used for training purposes.
CANISTER,SMOKE 23 Items
A chemical fill encased in ogival or cylindrical containers for loading into projectiles of chemical shells. When ignited a colored or white smoke is produced.
CHARGE,PROPELLING,175 MILLIMETER 17 Items
ROCKET MOTOR,EMPTY 24 Items
An empty ROCKET MOTOR specifically designed to be filled with either a solid fuel propellant mixture or an inert compound. For items which are filled, see ROCKET MOTOR and ROCKET MOTOR, TRAINING.
CARTRIDGE,152 MILLIMETER 56 Items
CARTRIDGE,IMPULSE 635 Items
An item consisting of a quantity of propellant and a means of activation inclosed in a container. It may contain an integral cutting punch. It is designed to be inserted into or attached to one or more devices to provide the energy required to operate a device not requiring a time delay in their operating sequence. It is used in devices, such as initiators, thrusters, cutters, and the like. For cartridges with a time delay see CARTRIDGE, DELAY.
CHARGE,PROPELLING,152 MILLIMETER 13 Items
CHARGE ASSEMBLY,EXPULSION 23 Items
A device containing an explosive charge which is initiated by a proxymity or time fuze, for the purpose of expelling the payload of a projectile over target.
PROJECTILE,155 MILLIMETER,PRACTICE 53 Items
PLUG,LIFTING,PROJECTILE 42 Items
An item which fits into the fuze cavity of separate loading projectile, permitting the heavy projectile to be handled by means of a winch.
SUPPLEMENTARY CHARGE,PROJECTILE 15 Items
An item containing one or more relay charges enclosed by a metal casing or by other materials. When fuzes with a short extension are used, the item is placed in the fuze cavity liner of a projectile to insure proper ignition of the explosive load.
PROJECTILE,127 MILLIMETER 61 Items
CHARGE,SPOTTING 62 Items
An ammunition component with explosive and/or pyrotechnic substances intended to produce sound, flash, or smoke effects. It is used in spotting and practices ammunition to show the location of its point of functioning or impact.
OBTURATOR 20 Items
A device for preventing the escape of gas through the breech mechanism of a weapon or around the base of a projectile.
COVER,PROTECTIVE,PROPELLING CHARGE 11 Items
An item made of flexible material such as special paper, fabric, plastic sheet etc. It is designed to cover the particularly sensitive propelling charge portion of separately loaded gun ammunition to protect it against moisture and dirt during handling.
LINER,CARTRIDGE CASE 29 Items
A non-metallic item which fits inside the CASE, CARTRIDGE, and holds the propellant. Its size conforms to the item for which it is designed.
KEY,PROJECTILE 10 Items
A device used as a locking mechanism for projectiles.
PROJECTILE,EMPTY 11 Items
An item designed to hold a propellant, primer an/or other explosives. Its profile and size conform to that of the weapon for which it is designed. For a loaded projectile see PROJECTILE (as modified).
GAS CHECK,BASE PLUG 15 Items
A metallic circular item assembled under pressure around the projectile to prevent propellant gases from entering the projectile.
CARTRIDGE,130 MILLIMETER 29 Items
CAP,PROTECTIVE,CARTRIDGE 27 Items
A cap which is designed to fit over a cartridge element to protect sensitive cartridge components against moisture, dirt and/or other influences when not in use. See also COVER, PROTECTIVE, PROPELLING CHARGE.
CASE,PROJECTILE 68 Items
An item designed to hold a propellant, primer and/or other explosives. Its profile and size conform to that of the weapon for which it is designed. For a loaded projectile see PROJECTILE (as modified).
ADAPTER,PROJECTILE 13 Items
A device used with projectile to join auxiliary detonation and nose fuze. Also to connect nose fuze to the projectile.
CASE,CARTRIDGE 342 Items
An item designed to hold an ammunition primer and propellant, and to which a projectile may be affixed. Its profile and size conform to that of the chamber of the weapon in which the round is fired except for recoilless rifles. For a loaded cartridge case, see CARTRIDGE (as modified).
NOSE PLUG,PROJECTILE 24 Items
An externally threaded item specifically designed to be inserted into the nose of a projectile to complete the aerodynamic shape of the forward portion of the projectile. Excludes PLUG, MACHINE THREAD.
PLUG,PROPELLING CHARGE 25 Items
An item specifically designed to prevent leakage of the propellant from a propelling charge.
SUPPORT,PROJECTILE BURSTER 10 Items
A shaped metallic support with cushioning pad, specially designed to support a projectile burster, when the burster is assembled within a chemical projectile.
MASK,DIVER'S 13 Items
A flexible device used in free or SCUBA diving that protects the eyes with a transparent shield and conforms to the face to exclude water. May also cover the nose. It may have valves, fittings or an integral hose air supply. Excludes: MASK, UNDER WATER.
BELT,DIVER'S 10 Items
A belt worn around the diver's waist and fitted with removable weights to provide negative buoyancy in diving operations. It may include shoulder straps and "jock" strap.
SWIM FINS 13 Items
A pair of items designed for attaching to the feet of a person for use in propelling, balancing, and guiding the body in water.
DIVING EQUIPMENT SET 38 Items
A group of items consisting of all necessary equipment to maintain one or more divers under water.
KNIFE,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 14 Items
An item with a blade of non-magnetic and non-sparking material fixed to a handle for disposing explosive ordnance.
TOOL AND EQUIPMENT KIT,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 255 Items
A collection of items such as remote-controlled equipment, x-ray equipment, video recording and replaying equipment, freezing equipment, protective clothing, generators, ropes, wires, cables, hooks, hammers, pliers, wrecking bars, mechanical fingers, electrical tape, instruments, and the like required for the disposal, disarming, and dismantling of ammunition and all similar or related items or components.
PARTS KIT,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL 336 Items
A parts kit used for the repair or replacement of worn, damaged and/or expended parts of various explosive ordnance disposal equipment or tools.
BOOTS,DIVERS' 14 Items
Footwear, made of rubber or synthetic materials, used with a wet or dry diver's suit. They are form fitting and worn on the feet inside, and in addition to a swim fin. They are designed to protect diver's feet from cold, coral, and other hazards. Excludes SHOES, SUBMARINE DECK; SHOES, SWIMMERS'; SHOES, DIVERS'; and BOOTS, SUBMARINE DECK EXPOSURE.
BREATHING APPARATUS,SELF-CONTAINED,GAS RECYCLING 10 Items
A portable respiratory closed or semi-closed device which provides oxygen and/or gas mixture to the user from self-contained cylinder(s). It eliminates carbon dioxide from exhaled gas and adds to it oxygen and/or gas mixture in order to be breathed by the user. It primarily consists of one or more cylinder,an absorber canister,a breathing bag,and the like. Excludes BREATHING APPARATUS,SELF-CONTAINED and BREATHING APPARATUS,OXYGEN GENERATING.
AIR FLASK,TORPEDO 10 Items
A cylindrical item having various compartments for housing compressed air, fuel, water and/or chemicals, which when combined form the propelling charge of aerial and underwater torpedoes.
AFTERBODY AND TAIL,TORPEDO 17 Items
A conical-shaped item which includes the propulsion unit, starting mechanism, and control mechanism of a torpedo.
BATTERY COMPARTMENT,TORPEDO 31 Items
A hollow cylindrical item designed to house the propulsion battery of a torpedo. May include the propulsion battery.
TORPEDO MAIN ASSEMBLAGE 150 Items
A group of components consisting of an AFTERBODY AND TAIL, TORPEDO and an energy section which may be a BATTERY COMPARTMENT, TORPEDO or an AIR FLASK, TORPEDO. It may include a torpedo nose assembly but does not include a WARHEAD, TORPEDO, or an EXERCISE HEAD, TORPEDO.
EXERCISE HEAD,TORPEDO 73 Items
An item designed for attachment to a TORPEDO MAIN ASSEMBLAGE to complete a torpedo for a practice run. It may contain recording instruments.
WARHEAD,TORPEDO 61 Items
A warhead designed for attachment to a TORPEDO MAIN ASSEMBLAGE. When empty or inert loaded, it may be used for training purposes.
DUMMY TORPEDO 88 Items
An item designed to be substituted for a torpedo when proof-checking the fitment requirements of the various launching devices. It is similiar to its ligitimate counterpart in outside configuration.
EXPLODER MECHANISM,TORPEDO 38 Items
An electrical and/or mechanical device designed to actuate the explosive train of a WARHEAD, TORPEDO by means of a physical impact or an influence signal. It may contain a disarming device.
ARMING DEVICE,TORPEDO 22 Items
An item designed to perform the electrical switching and mechanical alignment necessary to detonate a WARHEAD, TORPEDO after the warhead has been actuated by the exploder mechanism.
CAP,NOSE,TORPEDO 17 Items
An item designed to decrease wind resistance when a torpedo is mounted externally on an aircraft.
SUSPENSION BAND,TORPEDO 14 Items
A metallic item designed to be clamped around a torpedo to provide a means of suspension when mounted on an aircraft.
NOSE ASSEMBLY,TORPEDO 40 Items
An item attached to the front of a torpedo warhead designed to contain hydrophones or transducer electronic circuits, and other equipment necessary for acoustic control.
DUMMY DETONATOR 48 Items
An inert item designed to be used in lieu of a detonator for training purposes only.
HOUSING,ARMING DEVICE 48 Items
A housing specifically designed for an ARMING DEVICE (as modified).
TORPEDO,WARSHOT,PRACTICE 212 Items
A TORPEDO, WARSHOT designed to simulate the service item. It may contain some form of charge to indicate functioning.
ELECTRONIC COMPARTMENT,TORPEDO 17 Items
A hollow cylindrical item designed to house the electronic assemblies of a torpedo.
MODIFICATION KIT,AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES 113 Items
A modification kit used to modify ammunition and explosives.
RING,CLAMPING 38 Items
A ring-shaped item consisting of two circular ring segments and fasteners such as screws, threaded spindles and the like. It is designed to form a rigid connection between two linearly joined torpedo sections, underwater mine sections and the like. The item is placed around the interface of the sections and tightened to the connection elements so that the inside profile of the ring segments solidly links with the outside profiles at the ends of the sections.
SEGMENT,CLAMPING RING 12 Items
A rigid, ring-shaped profile part which connected to an identical profile part, forms a RING, CLAMPING.
CASE,ELECTRONIC COMPARTMENT,TORPEDO 10 Items
GUIDANCE CABLE SECTION,TORPEDO 10 Items
A torpedo section mainly designed to accommodate a rolled-up or otherwise folded torpedo guidance cable, and to release the cable during the torpedo run as required. Excludes AFTERBODY, TORPEDO and DISPENSER, GUIDANCE CABLE, TORPEDO.
AFTERBODY,TORPEDO 17 Items
The aftermost torpedo section, normally with the mechanism required to control a torpedo such as rudder and elevators. Excludes AFTERBODY AND TAIL, TORPEDO and MOTOR COMPARTMENT, TORPEDO.
DISPENSER,GUIDANCE CABLE,TORPEDO 31 Items
A housing designed to accommodate a rolled-up, or otherwise folded, on-board torpedo guidance cable and to release the cable during the torpedo run as required. Conduit, cable cutter and the like may be included. During transport, storage, and loading operation, the dispenser is mechanically connected to the torpedo, but contrary to the GUIDANCE CABLE SECTION, TORPEDO it remains in the torpedo tube during the launch.
PROPELLER,TORPEDO 25 Items
A propeller designed for the self-propulsion of a torpedo.
CONTROL SECTION,TORPEDO 11 Items
A torpedo section which includes components and/or assemblies recording the movements, course and position of the torpedo. See also GYROSCOPE ASSEMBLY, TORPEDO.
WEIGHT,TRIM,TORPEDO 37 Items
An item designed to be installed in a torpedo and primarily used to change the center of gravity of the torpedo by its weight-force in a way that compensates heaviness by the bow or stern.
CASE,AFTERBODY TORPEDO 12 Items
FIN,TORPEDO 30 Items
A flat torpedo component made of deformation-resistant material, which is fixed to the outside in parallel to the longitudinal axis of the torpedo. It is attacked by the wake inflow/wake current when the torpedo is in motion and is designed to damp/prevent the roll and to stabilize the straight run of the torpedo. For pivoted/shivel-mounted flat torpedo components designed to generate pitching and/or yawing motions see RUDDER, TORPEDO.
HOUSING SECTION,ARMING DEVICE 30 Items
A rigid, hollow item of differing shape which together with at least one other housing section forms a HOUSING (2), ARMING DEVICE (as modified). May include mounting hardware, adapters, gaskets, locking devices and the like.
COVER,PROTECTIVE,TORPEDO COMPONENTS 34 Items
A fabricated reusable, plastic or metallic cover of various shapes, specifically designed to fully or partially enclose torpedo components for protection from damage. It is designed to protect items such as nosecone, torpedo sections, tail pieces and the like. Excludes COVER, ACCESS.
ELECTRONIC SUBASSEMBLY,NOSE ASSEMBLY,TORPEDO 17 Items
A electronic assembly which forms a component of a NOSE ASSEMBLY, TORPEDO. It assumes the functions of several subassemblies such as TRANSMITTER SUBASSEMBLY;AMPLIFIER SUBASSEMBLY and the like, none of which is in itself a complete functioning item. The item cannot be assigned a more definite item name.
ELECTRONIC SUBASSEMBLY,ELECTRONIC COMPARTMENT,TORPEDO 37 Items
An electronic assembly which is a component of an ELECTRONIC COMPARTMENT, TORPEDO. It assumes the functions of several electronic subassemblies none of which is in itself a complete functioning item. The item cannot be assigned a more definite item name.
GUIDANCE CABLE ASSEMBLY,TORPEDO 18 Items
A torpedo assembly consisting mainly of a torpedo guidance cable with electric connections mounted on a roll or otherwise rolled in coils and a housing. The item is placed into the housing of a GUIDANCE CABLE SECTION, TORPEDO AS A UNIT.
RUDDER,TORPEDO 15 Items
A flat component made of deformation-resistant material which is pivoted/shivel-mounted to the outside of a torpedo by means of hinges or pivots. It is attacked by the wake inflow/wake current when the torpedo is in motion and is designed to generate forces by power-controlled turning-out/angling which, in turn, produce or compensate pitching or yawing motions and prevent roll movements of the torpedo. For fixed flat components which are mounted in parallel to the longitudinal axis of a torpedo and which are designed to dampen/prevent the roll and to stabilize the straight run of the torpedo see FIN, TORPEDO.
ELECTRONIC UNIT,ARMING DEVICE 19 Items
An item consisting of electrical/electronic components and designed to control the function of an arming device. Excludes individual electronic assemblies.
CONTROL SECTION,EXPLODER MECHANISM,TORPEDO 12 Items
An electrical/electronic or mechanical item which is a component part of an EXPLODER MECHANISM, TORPEDO and controls the functioning sequence of a torpedo explosive train. Firing elements of the explosive train, setting, contact and qudgeon devices as well as safety and arming mechanisms can be included.
ELECTRONIC SUBASSEMBLY,BATTERY COMPARTMENT,TORPEDO 12 Items
An electronic assembly which is a component of a BATTERY COMPARTMENT,TORPEDO. It performs the functions of several electronic subassemblies none of which, however, is a complete functioning item and can be assigned a more definite item name.
TORPEDO,EXERCISE 56 Items
A recoverable torpedo specifically designed to simulate the service item to train and certify ship crew members in the use and expenditure of torpedo operations. May or may not include telemetry set which provides torpedo reliability data for system analysis.
ARMING WIRE ASSEMBLY 91 Items
An item consisting of one or more lengths of wire attached to a swivel loop to prevent accidental arming of a fuze.
BOOSTER,UNDERWATER MINE 22 Items
A cylindrical item containing an explosive for the purpose of amplifying the detonation wave to insure proper detonation of the main explosive charge of an underwater mine. When empty or inert loaded, it may be used for training purposes.
MINE,UNDERWATER 696 Items
An encased underwater explosive device designed to destroy or damage an object such as a ship or submarine. It may be detonated or activated by means of acoustic, magnetic, or pressure influence, contact, and/or remote control. It may be laid either by aircraft, surface vessels, or submarines. When empty or inert loaded it may be used for training purposes.
CASE,UNDERWATER MINE 75 Items
The fabricated outer part of a MINE, UNDERWATER designed to hold an explosive charge and mechanisms required to fire this charge. When empty or inert loaded it may be used for training purposes.
EXTENDER MECHANISM,UNDERWATER MINE 13 Items
An item designed to extend the detonator into the booster for arming an underwater mine by means of hydrostatic pressure.
ANCHOR,UNDERWATER MINE 26 Items
An item designed in various shapes to moor an underwater mine at a predetermined depth. It may contain various releasing and securing devices which can be manually fixed for use in any given depth of water.
FAIRING,UNDERWATER MINE 28 Items
An item designed to be mounted on an underwater mine. It is shaped to reduce or equally distribute air resistance when suspended and launched from an aircraft. It may have collapsible fins.
FLOAT,UNDERWATER MINE 12 Items
A buoyant item of various shapes and sizes designed to contain and properly position a component of an underwater mine. It is secured to the underwater mine by means of a desired length of cable or chain.
COUNTER,SHIP,UNDERWATER MINE 14 Items
An item designed to count the number of ships passing over an underwater mine. It is set to allow detonation after a predetermined number of ships have passed.
STERILIZER,UNDERWATER MINE 10 Items
An electrolytic device designed to limit the armed life of an underwater mine by shorting the batteries, flooding, or exploding the underwater mine.
ARMING DEVICE,UNDERWATER MINE 49 Items
A device designed to arm and/or disarm an underwater mine at a predetermined time.
CONTROL UNIT,PARACHUTE,UNDERWATER MINE 10 Items
A barometrically actuated item designed to open an underwater mine parachute at a predetermined altitude.
RELEASE,PARACHUTE,UNDERWATER MINE 18 Items
A release designed to separate an underwater mine parachute from an underwater mine upon impact with the water.
CASE,UNDERWATER MINE,PRACTICE 18 Items
The fabricated outer part of a MINE, UNDERWATER, PRACTICE.
DUMMY DETONATOR 48 Items
An inert item designed to be used in lieu of a detonator for training purposes only.
FIRING MECHANISM,UNDERWATER MINE 57 Items
A device designed to initiate the explosive train (detonation) of an underwater mine. It may be activated by an accoustic signal, physical impact, vibration, proximity, hydrostatic pressure and/or magnetic influence. It may contain explosive components.
CLOCK,DELAY,UNDERWATER MINE 22 Items
A safety device designed to delay the arming of an underwater mine. Its purpose is to allow the planting craft time to withdraw from the mine field.
CONTROL BOX,UNDERWATER MINE 13 Items
An electromechanical timing and switching device that prescribes overall control of an underwater mine during its live period. This includes timing of the live and dead periods, and combining the output signals of various influence firing mechanisms.
PACK ASSEMBLY,PARACHUTE,UNDERWATER MINE 23 Items
A complete assembly of all the component parts of a parachute used to retard and stabilize an underwater mine when launched from an aircraft.
PIN,FIRING 99 Items
An item used in a firing mechanism of a gun, mine, bomb, fuze, projectile, or the like, which strikes and detonates a sensitive explosive to initiate an explosive train or a propelling charge.
HOUSING,ARMING DEVICE 48 Items
A housing specifically designed for an ARMING DEVICE (as modified).
DUMMY MINE,UNDERWATER 85 Items
An inert item conforming to the outside configuration of the legitimate underwater mine but lacking internal functional components. It is exclusively used for transportation and loading exercises.
FIN SET,UNDERWATER MINE 21 Items
Two or more fins designed to stabilize an underwater mine after its launching.
PARTS KIT,MINE 31 Items
CABLE ASSEMBLY,ELECTRICAL,UNDERWATER MINE 166 Items
A definite continuous length of cable, electrical underwater mine with or without branches having one or more ends terminated and/or processed in fittings to provide for connection to other items for exclusive use in underwater mines and components.
MODIFICATION KIT,AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES 113 Items
A modification kit used to modify ammunition and explosives.
COVER,UNDERWATER MINE 12 Items
A rigid item made of metal or any other type of material, specifically designed to protect senstiive parts of an underwater mine against damage through mechanical action during transport, storage and operation or during maintenance an repair work.
LUG,SUSPENSION,AIRCRAFT ORDNANCE 94 Items
An item consisting of a steel forging with one or more mounting holes or a threaded base for attachment to a bomb, bomb cluster adapter, armament pod, munition dispensers, and the like, to provide connecting means for suspension in internal and external aircraft stations.
WASHER,SOLUBLE 13 Items
An item formulated of chemical ingredients molded into a prescribed shape. When dissolved it permits mechanical movement of the mechanism in which it is used.
RING,CLAMPING 38 Items
A ring-shaped item consisting of two circular ring segments and fasteners such as screws, threaded spindles and the like. It is designed to form a rigid connection between two linearly joined torpedo sections, underwater mine sections and the like. The item is placed around the interface of the sections and tightened to the connection elements so that the inside profile of the ring segments solidly links with the outside profiles at the ends of the sections.
SEGMENT,CLAMPING RING 12 Items
A rigid, ring-shaped profile part which connected to an identical profile part, forms a RING, CLAMPING.
HOUSING SECTION,ARMING DEVICE 30 Items
A rigid, hollow item of differing shape which together with at least one other housing section forms a HOUSING (2), ARMING DEVICE (as modified). May include mounting hardware, adapters, gaskets, locking devices and the like.
ELECTRONIC UNIT,ARMING DEVICE 19 Items
An item consisting of electrical/electronic components and designed to control the function of an arming device. Excludes individual electronic assemblies.
STRAP,HOISTING,TORPEDO 39 Items
An item consisting of textile webbing and/or wire network. It is designed for hoisting torpedoes and related main assemblies.
HOLDER,AMMUNITION 149 Items
A holder specifically designed to mount and support packed or unpacked ammunition on a variety of equipment and accommodate various types of ammunition in a fixed position, facilitating quick release and replacement.
HOLDER ASSEMBLY,AMMUNITION 175 Items
An item consisting of a HOLDER (1), (as modified) with mounting parts or other accessories or a support assembly with several holders which is designed for accommodation of similar or different packed or unpacked ammunition. Excludes HOLDER (1), AMMUNITION.
HOLDER ASSEMBLY SET,AMMUNITION 14 Items
A combination of several HOLDER ASSEMBLY, AMMUNITION.
RETAINER,AMMUNITION,AMMUNITION HOLDER 63 Items
A device designed to retain packaged or unpackaged ammunition in a HOLDER, AMMUNITION or a HOLDER ASSEMBLY, AMMUNITION in a predetermined position. Excludes BAND, RETAINING; STRAP, RETAINING; CLAMP (as modified); CLIP (as modified); LOCK (as modified).
KEY,AMMUNITION 72 Items
A tool with spanner or wrenching features specially designed for the insertion, removal and/or adjustment of ammunition components such as fuzes, primers, and the like. Excludes FUZE SETTER.
IGNITER,ROCKET MOTOR 151 Items
An explosive item designed to ignite the propelling charge in a rocket motor.
CARTRIDGE,EXPLOSIVE BOLT 14 Items
An item consisting of a quantity of high explosive packed in a cylindrical case which is designed to be placed inside of an explosive bolt and when ignited furnishes the shock which causes the bolt to separate. It may or may not include the igniter.
ROCKET MOTOR CLUSTER 18 Items
A grouping of two or more rocket motors fastened together and designed to function as a single propulsion unit.
SAFETY AND ARMING DEVICE,GUIDED MISSILE 157 Items
A mechanism which prevents or allows the warhead and/or propulsion unit train of explosives to operate. If the mechanism is designed for warhead and propulsion unit train of explosives, use FSC 1336.
ROCKET MOTOR 716 Items
A nonairbreathing reaction propulsion device that consists essentially of a thrust chamber and exhaust nozzle, and that carries its own solid oxidizer-fuel combination from which hot gases are generated by combustion and expanded through a nozzle. See also ROCKET MOTOR CLUSTER.
NOZZLE,EXHAUST,ROCKET MOTOR 51 Items
An item designed with a constricting throat section and a divergent section. The constricting throat section compresses the propellant gases and maintains the pressure within the thrust chamber of the rocket motor by limiting the flow of gases. The divergent section controls the expansion of the gases causing increased thrust.
DUMMY SAFETY AND ARMING DEVICE,GUIDED MISSILE 13 Items
An item designed to occupy the space of a SAFETY AND ARMING DEVICE, GUIDED MISSILE without having the internal functioning components of the guided missile safety and arming device.
EXPLOSIVE KIT,INITIATION-SEPARATION,GUIDED MISSILE 24 Items
A group of explosive and nonexplosive items specifically designed to be installed in a guided missile to effect initiation of rocket motors and/or separation of the stages.
VALVE,EXPLOSIVE ACTUATED 14 Items
An item designed to release gas or fluid by an explosive igniter to control operation of fin(s), rudder(s), switches or other functional items of a guided missile, guided bomb, torpedo or other ammunition.
CHARGE,SHAPED 144 Items
An explosive load which is formed to produce a specific shattering or penetrating effect other than demolition. Excludes CHARGE, DEMOLITION.
CHARGE ASSEMBLY,SHAPED 25 Items
An assembly of components which includes a CHARGE, SHAPED and is used to produce a specific shattering or penetrating effect other than demolition. Excludes CHARGE ASSEMBLY, DEMOLITION.
INITIATOR,ROCKET MOTOR IGNITER 37 Items
An electrically ignited electronic or explosive device designed to actuate an IGNITER, ROCKET MOTOR.
PROPULSION SECTION,GUIDED MISSILE 113 Items
An item consisting of one or more ROCKET ENGINE or ROCKET MOTOR and a portion of the outer aerodynamic shell or skin of a GUIDED MISSILE (as modified) or a BOMB, GUIDED (as modified), designed to provide all or part of the thrust required to power the weapon's flight. May include either moveable control surface(s), steering jets, jet vane(s), or a combination of these, unless equipped with an articulated nozzle. May also have stabilizing fins, but only in combination with other controlling surfaces, jets, or the like. It is designed to mate with other guided missile section(s) or guided bomb sections. Addition of this to a BOMB, GUIDED (as modified) creates a GUIDED MISSILE (as modified). Excludes ROCKET MOTOR; ROCKET MOTOR CLUSTER; and GUIDED MISSILE MAIN ASSEMBLAGE.
CORD ASSEMBLY,DETONATING 1755 Items
An item consisting of a definite length of detonating cord, having ends which are terminated with caps containing a quantity of explosive. The ends also incorporate a means to permit connection to another detonating cord assembly or item.
BOOSTER,DEPTH CHARGE 13 Items
A cylindrical item designed to contain an explosive to relay and amplify the detonation wave to insure proper detonation of the main explosive charge of a depth charge. When empty or inert loaded, it may be used for training purposes.
FIRING AND ARMING MECHANISM,PRACTICE DEPTH CHARGE 11 Items
A hydrostatically operated mechanism designed to contain a method of arming and a detonator for firing a practice depth charge. It may or may not contain a detonator.
DEPTH CHARGE,PRACTICE 10 Items
DEPTH CHARGE,TRAINING 14 Items