canister ammunition

canister ammunition
kasetinis šaudmuo statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Šaudmuo, sudarytas iš kelių ar daugelio vienetinių prieštankinių (kumuliacinių), padegamųjų, skeveldrinių, erdvinio sprogimo kovinių elementų (antrinių šaudmenų), sudėtų į raketos kovinės dalies, aviacinės bombos, artilerijos ir reaktyvinio sviedinio kasetes. ↑Antriniai šaudmenys išsviedžiami iš šaudmens korpuso išmetamuoju užtaisu, kurį susprogdina nuotolinis sprogdiklis; jie išsviedžiami virš taikinio ar netoli jo, pasiskleidžia netvarkingai arba, turintys nusitaikančiąsias kovines galvutes (pvz., raketų kovinės galvutės), nusitaiko į atskirus taikinius. Kasetinių šaudmenų pažeidimo plotas gerokai didesnis negu vienetinių. atitikmenys: angl. canister ammunition rus. каcсетный боеприпас ryšiai: dar žiūrėkantrinis šaudmuo

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