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The family of conventional munitions includes small caliber, grenades, propellant charges, pyrotechnics, mortar, artillery, tank, rocket, scatterable mines, Navy gun, and bombs.
Howitzer rounds include high explosive, smoke, scatterable mines and illumination.
Scatterable mines are also subject to high winds so there is an added risk of UXO such as small cluster "bomblets" blowing through.
The 155mm non line-of-sight variant will employ the XM 982 GPS-guided Excalibur and next generation scatterable mines.
But a chart provided by the Arms Trade Resource Center of the World Policy Institute identifies five different types of cluster bombs used against Afghanistan, including the GATOR described as "a scatterable mine.
We have to depend upon scatterable mines emplaced by the Volcano system.
He can also discuss with the S2 and the senior engineer any limitations that he may face, particularly in the area of specific ammunition availability (such as the allocation of family of scatterable mines [FASCAM] throughout the area of operations [AO]).
We do this with fires, close air support, maneuver, and scatterable mines.