field guide for Civil War explosive ordnance.

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U.S. Naval School, Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Naval Ordnance Station , Indian Head, Md
United States. -- Army -- Ordnance and ordnance stores., Confederate States of America. -- Army -- Ordnance and ordnance stores., United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Equipment and supp
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Get this from a library. A field guide for Civil War explosive ordnance. [John D Bartleson; United States. Naval School, Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Indian Head, Md.; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries)] -- "The intent of this manual is provide the EOD technician with an identification guide for field use.

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Bartleson, Jr | author1=Bartleson, John D | author2=United States. Civil War Heavy Explosive Ordnance is the definitive reference book on Union and Confederate large caliber artillery projectiles, torpedoes, and mines.

Some of these projectiles are from the most famous battles of the Civil War, such as those at Fort Sumter, Charleston, Vicksburg, Richmond, Fort Pulaski, Fort Fisher, Mobile Bay, Port Hudson, and the Hampton Roads area of Virginia.

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Addeddate. Explosive Ordnance Disposal Explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) is a key asset in the protection of military and civilian personnel, critical assets, infrastructure, and public safety. Ordnance and explosive threats are present during all phases of joint operations.

In order to manage. Projectiles received for inerting should immediately be submerged in water and stored in approved magazines until the remote breaching operations are commenced.

NAVAL SCHOOL, EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL A FIELD GUIDE FOR CIVIL WAR EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE By JOHN D. BARTLESON JR. This book is a working reference guide for the study and identification of Civil War heavy explosive ordnance.

I hope that it will serve as a useful guide for both the casual collector and the advanced student of Civil War explosive ordnance. Civil War Heavy Explosive Ordnance: A Guide to Large Artillery Projectiles, Torpedoes, and Mines | Jack Bell | download | B–OK. Download books for free.

Find books. Civil War Heavy Explosive Ordnance is the definitive reference book on Union and Confederate large caliber artillery projectiles, torpedoes, and mines. Some of these projectiles are from the most famous battles of the Civil War, such as those at Fort Sumter, Charleston, Vicksburg, and Richmond.

Others were fired from famous cannon, such as the “Swamp Angel” of Charleston and. text for Explosive Ordnance Disposal use in the field. No attempt has been made to outline lnerting, rendering safe, or disposal pro­ cedures in this publication.

Only the more common types of Civil War explosive ord­ nance are covered. It should be noted that, since standardization.

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Get this from a library. Civil War heavy explosive ordnance: a guide to large artillery projectiles, torpedoes, and mines. [Jack Bell] -- Covering projectiles from public and private collections, this book is a reference for both Union and Confederate large calibre artillery projectiles, torpedoes and mines.

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Some of these projectiles are from the most famous battles of the Civil War, such as those at Fort Sumter, Charleston, Vicksburg, and Richmond.

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Some of these projectiles are from the most famous battles of the Civil War, such as those at Fort Sumter, Charleston, Vicksburg, and Richmond. Even before the start of the Civil War, an ordnance board recommended that rifling be added to the 6-pounder field gun in order to improve its accuracy.

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Prior to World War II, there were no formally trained bomb or mine disposal personnel, but the need became apparent when inthe British navy dismantled the first German magnetic mine that had washed up on the shore of Shoeburyness, England.

Inthe U.S. Naval Mine School was established at Naval Gun Factory in Washington, D.C., and subsequently, the Bomb Disposal School .