UXO


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UXO

abbr.
unexploded ordnance
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Last month, he said Explosive and Ordnance Division experts from the Philippine National Police (PNP) headquarters inspected the facility and recommended that the UXOs be disposed of.
He believes that pulling UXO from the earth is the perfect job for robots as it is high-risk and requires exhaustive labour that can be done more efficiently by machine than by man.
Josh Amann, a Waukegan police detective who co-owns CrossFit UXO, said he was hoping the event raises at least $6,000.
The Unexploded Ordnance (UXO), which include explosive weapons such as bombs, shells, grenades, land mines, naval mines, cluster munitions that did not explode when they were employed, still pose a risk of detonation as civilians often children continue to be killed by these engines.
Beltran said Marcelo Antogan, 21, found an UXO and took it to an open field a few meters from the bunkhouse and tinkered with it using a hammer.
Outdoor recreation may be allowed on or near these areas and they are often marked with warning signs that advise of the potential UXO hazards.
A 15-person team will deploy from Finland to carry out the UXO identification work using two of the firm's fleet of 28 ROVs.
Chartier, USA, Counter-IED and Countermine Portfolio Manager, DoD Unexploded Ordnance Center of Excellence will speak on coordinating UXO RDT&E at the Unexploded Center of Excellence
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) said the current crisis in South Sudan has exacerbated the situation of unexploded ordinance (UXO) resulting in 18 deaths and 57 wounded within the year.
OCHA Protection of Civilian report, reporting period: 30 September -- 13 October 2014, said that, "On 22 October 2014, a four-year-old child was killed when a [unexploded ordnance] UXO exploded east of Beit Hanoun, Gaza.
Accounting for American personnel missing in Laos and clearing unexploded ordnance (UXO) from the war was the initial focus--and remains a key component--of the post-war bilateral relationship.