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The seized items included three 40mm rocket-propelled grenades, one antitank mine and one IED with detonation cord ready to use.
A large section of canopy and detonation cord had wedged against his head.
They first discovered a hidden arsenal which included rocket-propelled grenades, a detonation cord, pressure plates and other components for improvised explosive devices, and seven grenade rounds.
On Friday, an agent and Mohamud drove into downtown Portland in a white van that carried six 55-gallon drums with detonation cords and plastic caps, but all of them were inert.
The explosives are buried about 50--75 feet under dirt with the exception of the detonation cord.
Instead of burning, detonation cord actually explodes, which then sets off the C4.
Bartch demonstrated to the class one of the safety techniques used to test burn a detonation cord or time fuse.
A length of detonation cord was taped along the tops and sides of the CS-filled drums.