The U.S. Army uses burning as a method to destroy ammunition in the United States.
United States USA Date:1959 Duration:4 min 55 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Destruction of ammunition by the army in United States. Piles of ammunition. Wooden cartoons of ammunition. A note on a cartoon reads "Issues prohibited". Soldiers unloading the cartoons of ammunition from a truck. An unfilled ammunition condition report. Authorized methods of ammunition destruction include dumping at sea, detonation or burning. Burning: ammunitions lying on a table. Ammunition to be burned includes bulk TNT (Tri Nitro Toluene), composition C-4, dynamite, black powder, solid propellants, primers, detonators, boosters, fuzes, small arms ammunition, pyrotechnics and hand grenades, photo flash bombs, hand grenades high explosive, rocket head and 240 mm projectile. Two soldiers reading a map. A soldier draws a circle using a compass. Burning site is one that is safely away from a public highway, habitation, railroad, and observation point. Two soldier working on a map on a table. One of them rolls down the map.
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