Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists have developed an extremely sensitive explosives sensor that is capable of detecting even slight traces of the high-explosive chemical compound pentaerythritol tetranitrate (PETN).
What does HE stand for?
HE stands for High-Explosive
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The M865 and M1002 provide realistic, cost-effective training without the use of high-explosive ammunition," said Dr.
The month began with a late-night raid in Stoke and a family of six in Avon Street had a miraculous escape when a high-explosive shell landed on their shelter.
Byline: Neil Atkinson , Mountain rescuers from Huddersfield were involved in a huge security operation when a high-explosive bomb was found on the Peak District moors.
The 105 mm is capable of firing four types of rounds: SABOT, a depleted-uranium armor-piercing round; HEAT, high-explosive anti-tank; HEP, high-explosive plastic; and a canister round.
Callum Atkinson was caught with enough components to build several kilos of high-explosives, Liverpool court heard.
The TF delivered 53 artillery high-explosive (HE) munitions and controlled the use of many attack aviation munitions.
JAKARTA, May 4 Kyodo (EDS: UPDATING WITH CONFIRMATION OF BOMB BEING USED) At least two people were killed and four others, including a foreigner, injured after a high-explosive bomb exploded in a shop-house on Indonesia's Sumatra Island early Tuesday, a local police officer said.