artillery shell

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a shell fired by artillery

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3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Unexploded bombs, artillery shells, and other munitions are legacies of war that can remain deadly for years, decades -- even more than a century.
Contract Awarded for Precision guidance fuses intended for existing artillery shells.
Deminers of the border unit and law enforcers determined that the item the children played with was the unexploded artillery shell.
The Islamic Republic may have provided Libya with artillery shells recently found in the Libyan desert stuffed with mustard gas, The Washington Post reported Monday.
Neighbourhood beat manager PC Peter Bell said: "The likelihood is the artillery shell has been kept in someone's garden, and it might be they haven't noticed it's gone missing.
In the new model, these metal saw blades have been replaced with graphite blades and the artillery shells with ammonium nitrate.
The artillery shell may have dated back to 1915, but according to military trainer Charlie McGrath, it had the power to blow out the windows of homes up to 50 metres away.
Dotting the text are Leonardo's actual schematics of the artillery shell, underwater shoes, and helicopter and the author's simple diagrams for hands-on recreations.
AN Israeli artillery shell killed an eight-year-old Palestinian girl and injured 13 others in northern Gaza Strip yesterday.
In Marco Vaglieri's video II tempo che serve--Parte prima (The time that is needed--Part one; all works 2002) the hypnotic image of a heavy artillery shell, rotating in a circle and plowing the sky in an endless trajectory, is linked with a spoken voice.
In Pakistani Kashmir, at least six people were killed, including five members of one family when an artillery shell hit their home, police said.
A small scramjet-equipped projectile, somewhat like an artillery shell and fired from a cannon, generated enough thrust to overcome air resistance, the agency reported.
The spokesman said: 'Renovations are being carried out at the house and workmen found what is apparently a Second World War artillery shell.
The robot can pick up a 95-pound artillery shell and carry it with ease over rough terrain, or run supplies and ammunition to soldiers pinned down by enemy fire.
Variants of the 105mm Illuminating Shell have been used by multiple armed forces around the world and continues to be one of the best solutions to meet a 105mm illuminating artillery shell capability.