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1

what is the definition of an EOD procedure?

any course of action taken to render safe, disassemble, neutralize, or dispose of ordnance explosives or any hazardous material

2

what is the definition of an RSP

involves the application of special EOD techniques to interrupt function or separate essential components of the ordnance. permits disposal of the ordnance without detonation.

3

what is the primary effect of the standard slug?

shearing

4

the leading edges of the wedge and chisel slug provide what capability?

cutting and push materials apart. they are also used for jamming internal components.

5

what fuze leads to the primary reason for transporting ordnance and maintaining the attitude of the item?

BD fuzes

6

what is the typical tool placement for the .50 dearmer with standard slug on a ET fuze?

60 degrees from the nose within 2.50 inch standoff aimed at the fuze junction to remove the firing pin

7

what is the typical tool placement for the .50 dearmer within wedge slug on a ET fuze?

90 degrees with 2.50 inch standoff aimed at the fuze junction to remove fuze firing pin

8

what is a typical ID feature for an ET/delay fuze?

a small clear time indicator window(glass or plastic)

9

what is the minimum wait time for a electric fuze?

minimum 1 hour

10

√√ what is the wait time for a unknown guided missile?

three hours after impact

11

what is the wait time after using a high velocity cartridge actuated EOD tool on a Guided missile ?

wait 1 hour and proceed to disposal

12

what is the typical tool placement for the .50 dearmer with chisel slug on a GM, and intended target??

chisel slug, 90 degrees, 2.50 inch standoff, aimed at point near base of the fuze to cut through fuze/components

13

what is a key ID feature for MT/MTSQ fuze?

adjustable time increment rings that are externally visible

14

what fuze component is commonly found in MT fuzes

spring loaded firing pin/cocked striker

15

what is the typical tool placement for the .50 dearmer with standard slug and intention?

90 degrees, 2.50 inch standoff, aimed to jam/shear clockwork mechanism

16

what is the typical ID feature for PD fuzes?

striker/firing pin protruding from the head of the fuze no time increment rings

17

√√ PD- what is the typical tool placement for the .50 dearmer with wedge slug and intention?

Wedge slug, 60 degrees, 2.00 inch standoff, @ fuze body break to withdraw fuze firing pin

18

What is typical ID feature for PIBE fuzes?

their use of HeAT munitions, impact initiated PI element in nose and BD in base, spitback

19

what is the RSP intent for BD fuzes?

remove or jam firing pin

20

what is the RSP intent for ET fuzes?

interrupt power supply, observe wait time, separate fuze electronics from det assembly

21

what is the RSP intent for MT fuzes?

remove (slug), shear (slug), jam (wedge), firing pin

22

what is the RSP intent of PIBD fuzes?

separate PI element from warhead, precision cut in BD element to disrupt, remove, or jam fuze.

23

after conducting RSP on PIBD fuzes what should you do to eliminate additional hazards?

shield munitions (WIF)

24

what MK 7 series shape charge would you use to cut off the Piezo in nose fuze?

MK 7 Mod 4

25

what MK 7 series shape charge would you use to aim at the nose cone to cut through and sever electrical lead wires?

MK7 Mod 2 or 8

26

how many inches of 100gr/ft FLSC would you aim at the base to cut off standoff spike and interrupt electrical firing circuit?

12.00 inches

27

what are Key ID features for Prox fuses?

plastic in the nose, electronic sensing unit

28

what is the RSP intent for Prox fuses?

break off fuze at base and remove impact backup mechanism, observe WT

29

what is the WT before approaching a Prox fuse?

1 hour, let firing capacitors to bleed down

30

what tool is expected to be effective against PROX fuses?

MK 40 MOD 0

31

what is the typical tool for PROX fuses?

MK 7 Mod 1/ 125gr/ft FLSC

32

What is the typical ID feature for PTT fuses?

pyrotechnic delay that provides burning

33

what is the RSP intent for PTT

observe WT to allow burnout

34

what is the WT for PTT?

30 mintues

35

what is the RSP intent Pull/pressure fuse?

remove visible tripwire hazards and remotely remove mine, gag pin and secure

36

√√ What is the airblast procedure intention for pull/pressure fuses?

to remove the fuze, the MK 38 (small caliber dearmer) is effective in shearing/jamming thin cased fuses; WITHOUT detonating secondary devices

37

what is the WT for bursting grenades?

30 minutes

38

what is the WT for non-bursting smoke grenades

15 minutes

39

how long is the FLSC extended after it is wrapped around a PROX fuse on both ends?

four inches

40

√√ One piece heavily constructed fuze what is the shot with standard slug?

90 degree standard slug

41

Does this pub address hand-emplaced removal tools such as MIW, tape and line?

No

42

USSR Striker release fuzes ...

Do not apply pressure on lower portion of safety lever, may function grenade

43

US Striker release fuze, procedure?

hold grenade, press out hinge pin, remove striker, protect primer, transport, PTD

44

S-70 steel slug intended use?

interrupt electrical system, ONLY use ELE cart for max performance (non-ele cart does not provide enough pressure)

45

What would I use to separate pressure plate from mine? Remove limpet mine?

Det cord

46

Dispose of 25mm 30mm HE/API ammo use what? Also used to remove bomb fin assembilies?

FLSC 300gr/ft

47

Small caliber dearer purpose?

remove sm firing devices/jam firing mechanisms. expected sm-dia thin-cased pressure/pull release fuzes

48

Lightweight Disposable Disrupter (LIDD) purpose?

supplement .50 dearmer w/ standard slug, rapidly placed, multiple dearmer are required simultaneous or sequential firing. A rapid runway clearance operation may also warrant use