High Explosive

  • (noun): A powerful chemical explosive that produces gas at a very high rate.

Some articles on explosive, high explosive, high:

List Of Russian Weaponry - Explosives - Hand Grenades - Anti-tank
... Weapon Weight Variants Photo UG-41 _high-explosive _mine / impact grenade 1 kg External RPG-40 _high-explosive _succeeded by RPG-43 1.2 kg RPG-41 Puzyryov (2 kg ...
List Of United States Marine Corps Acronyms And Expressions - H
... HE – High Explosive, used to describe various kinds of ordnance, or Heavy Equipment ... HEAT – High-Explosive AntiTank, type of tank round ... HEDP – High-Explosive Dual Purpose, type of armor piercing ammunition ...
Rheinmetall 120 Mm Gun - Ammunition
... is said to be able to defeat the latest versions of Russian explosive reactive armor ... the German DM12 multi-purpose anti-tank projectile (MPAT), based on the technology in a high explosive anti-tank (HEAT) warhead ... penetrator target practice round (APFSDS-T-TP), a high-explosive round, and a high-explosive target practice (HE-TP) projectile ...
Action (radio)
... Lowery starred in the pilot program, "High Explosive", with a supporting cast of Ralph Sanford and Tom Holland ... It was adapted by writer-director Maxwell Shane (1905-1983) from Paramount's High Explosive (1943), a film scripted by Shane and Howard J ... Produced by Irvin Atkins for Radio Creators, "High Explosive" aired January 15, 1945, with music by Gregory Stone ...
Soltam K6 - Specifications
... M929 smoke cartridge XM930 illumination round XM930E1 illumination round XM931 practice round M933 high explosive round M934 high explosive round M934A1 high explosive round XM983 ...

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