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What are the four groups of UXO?

Thrown, Placed, Projected, Dropped

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What are the 9 types of thrown, hand grenades?

Frag, Blast, HEAT, Burning Smoke, Bursting Smoke, Riot Control, Incendiary, Illumination, Practice

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What are the Key ID features for Frag hand grenades?

Round to oval shape, serrated or smooth outer body, crimp halfway down body

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What types of fuzing apply to frag hand grenade?

Striker Release, All-way acting, Pull-friction

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What are the safeties for thrown hand grenade w/ striker release fuzing?

HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT

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What are the safeties for thrown hand grenade w/ all-way acting fuzing?

HE, Frag, Move, CS

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What are the safeties for thrown hand grenade w/ pull-friction fuzing?

HE, Frag, Move, 1Hr WT

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What are the Key ID features for Blast hand grenades?

Generally cylindrical; cardboard, plastic, or non-lethal frag material used as concussion grenades

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What types of fuzing apply to blast hand grenade?

Striker Release only

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What are the safeties for blast hand grenade w/ striker release fuzing?

HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT

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What are the key ID features for HEAT hand grenades?

Break in major diameter; stabilization assembly may be parachute, string, or boom; may look like a soup can on a stick

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What types of fuzing apply to HEAT, thrown, hand-grenades?

Base Detonating (BD), PIBD (has plunger on nose)

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What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, HEAT w/ BD fuze?

HE, Frag, Move, Jet, CS

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What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, HEAT w/ PIBD fuze?

HE, Frag, Move, Jet

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What are the key ID features for Burning Smoke hand grenades?

Metal, plastic, or rubber bodies; shaped cylindrical to oval; vent holes on top or bottom (holes may help ID between smoke and blast grenades)

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What types of fuzing apply to Burning Smoke, thrown, hand-grenades?

Striker Release, Pull Friction (rare)

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What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, Burning Smoke w/ Striker Release fuze?

HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT, Fire

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What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, Burning Smoke w/ Pull-Friction fuze?

HE, Frag, Move, 1Hr WT, Fire

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What are the key ID features for Bursting Smoke hand grenades?

Cylindrical, may have burster adapter, sea-foam green with red lettering

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What types of fuzing apply to Bursting Smoke, thrown, hand-grenades?

Striker Release

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What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, Bursting Smoke w/ Striker Release fuze?

HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT, Fire, WP

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What are the key ID features for Incendiary hand grenades?

sheet metal body, gray in color w/ purple markings and a single purple band, under the standard color coding system are light red with black markings.

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What types of fuzing apply to Incendiary, thrown, hand-grenades?

Striker Release

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What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, Incendiary w/ Striker Release fuze?

HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT, Fire

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What are the key ID features for Illumination hand grenades?

Sheet metal body; white w/ black markings; newer models are unpainted or OD w/ black markings; pressed together 2/3rds down the body

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What types of fuzing apply to Illumination, thrown, hand-grenades?

Striker Release

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What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, Illumination w/ Striker Release fuze?

HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT, Fire

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What are the key ID features of practice grenades?

Body is a steel sphere to aid in throwing, may be all plastic, may have vent holes.

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What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, Practice w/ and w/o Striker Release fuze?

w/ Striker Release fuze HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT; w/o none

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114. What are the Key ID features for Frag hand grenades?

A. Round to oval shape, serrated or smooth outer body, crimp halfway down body

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115. What types of fuzing apply to frag hand grenade?

A. Striker Release, All-way acting, Pull-friction

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116. What are the safeties for thrown hand grenade w/ striker release fuzing?

A. HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT

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117. What are the safeties for thrown hand grenade w/ all-way acting fuzing?

A. HE, Frag, Move, CS

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118. What are the safeties for thrown hand grenade w/ pull-friction fuzing?

A. HE, Frag, Move, 1Hr WT

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119. What are the Key ID features for Blast hand grenades?

A. Generally cylindrical; cardboard, plastic, or non-lethal frag material used as concussion grenades

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120. What types of fuzing apply to blast hand grenade?

A. Striker Release only

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121. What are the safeties for blast hand grenade w/ striker release fuzing?

A. HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT

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122. What are the key ID features for HEAT hand grenades?

A. Break in major diameter; stabilization assembly may be parachute, string, or boom; may look like a soup can on a stick

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123. What types of fuzing apply to HEAT, thrown, hand-grenades?

A. Base Detonating (BD), PIBD (has plunger on nose)

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124. What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, HEAT w/ BD fuze?

A. HE, Frag, Move, Jet, CS

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125. What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, HEAT w/ PIBD fuze?

A. HE, Frag, Move, Jet

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126. What are the key ID features for Burning Smoke hand grenades?

A. Metal, plastic, or rubber bodies; shaped cylindrical to oval; vent holes on top or bottom (holes may help ID between smoke and blast grenades)

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127. What types of fuzing apply to Burning Smoke, thrown, hand-grenades?

A. Striker Release, Pull Friction (rare)

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128. What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, Burning Smoke w/ Striker Release fuze?

A. HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT, Fire

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129. What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, Burning Smoke w/ Pull-Friction fuze?

A. HE, Frag, Move, 1Hr WT, Fire

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130. What are the key ID features for Bursting Smoke hand grenades?

A. Cylindrical, may have burster adapter, sea-foam green with red lettering

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131. What types of fuzing apply to Bursting Smoke, thrown, hand-grenades?

A. Striker Release

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132. What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, Bursting Smoke w/ Striker Release fuze?

A. HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT, Fire, WP

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133. What are the key ID features for Incendiary hand grenades?

A. sheet metal body, gray in color w/ purple markings and a single purple band, under the standard color coding system are light red with black markings.

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134. What types of fuzing apply to Incendiary, thrown, hand-grenades?

A. Striker Release

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135. What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, Incendiary w/ Striker Release fuze?

A. HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT, Fire

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136. What are the key ID features for Illumination hand grenades?

A. Sheet metal body; white w/ black markings; newer models are unpainted or OD w/ black markings; pressed together 2/3rds down the body

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137. What types of fuzing apply to Illumination, thrown, hand-grenades?

A. Striker Release

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138. What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, Illumination w/ Striker Release fuze?

A. HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT, Fire

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139. What are the key ID features of practice grenades?

A. Body is a steel sphere to aid in throwing, may be all plastic, may have vent holes.

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140. What safeties apply to Thrown, Hand Grenade, Practice w/ and w/o Striker Release fuze?

A. w/ Striker Release fuze HE, Frag, Move, CS, 1Hr WT; w/o none

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112. What are the four groups of UXO?

A. Thrown, Placed, Projected, Dropped

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113. What are the 9 types of thrown, hand grenades?

A. Frag, Blast, HEAT, Burning Smoke, Bursting Smoke, Riot Control, Incendiary, Illumination, Practice