Hondo has a tense reunion with a fellow Marine Ruiz, when the team hunts an escaped convict who was broken out of prison by criminals using military weapons. Chris prepares for a difficult g... Read allHondo has a tense reunion with a fellow Marine Ruiz, when the team hunts an escaped convict who was broken out of prison by criminals using military weapons. Chris prepares for a difficult goodbye when her former K-9 partner Champ becomes ill.Hondo has a tense reunion with a fellow Marine Ruiz, when the team hunts an escaped convict who was broken out of prison by criminals using military weapons. Chris prepares for a difficult goodbye when her former K-9 partner Champ becomes ill.
Light Antitank Weapon (L.A.W.) uses a directional shaped charge warhead, to make use of every ounce of explosives to penetrate light armored vehicles, there is no large explosion, just a small hole created by a plasma jet thru armor and or metal. If you want a large explosion then you use an RPG-7 as designed as Anti Tank (Shaped Charge) and Anti Personnel (Fragmentation).
After you arm the Light Antitank weapon (pull the small switch on top) and fire, there is a large explosion out of the rear of the launcher of the charge that throws "kicks" the rocket feet out of the launcher away from the person firing, then the rocket motor ignites, standing near the rear of the launcher you will get 3rd Degree burns, this is why we NEVER use Light Antitank Weapons, AT4s, RPG-7s, SA-7s FIM-92s, if we are firing from an enclose space like a room firing out a window and instead use grenade launchers with dual purpose (light antitank, and anti personnel).
Investigations in accordance with U.S. Department Of Defense (U.S. DOD) Directives translated into each Branch of Services Regulations and part of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, are NEVER conducted by Service Members of the same Unit Service Members being investigated. If a member of the same Unit is involved after an Investigating Officer (NOT an NCO) is appointed on Orders usually chosen by a General Officer or Admiral (U.S. Navy or U.S.M.C.), the Investigator is replaced by another Officer not of that Unit. The U.S. Military Officer chosen is usually of the Rank or Grade of higher than the Dollar Value that Rank or Grade is normally Responsible or Accountable for.
example, When I was only an O-1 during 1980s, On Orders as appointed by the General Officer at the Federal Republic of West Germany to Conduct an Article 32 Investigation of a Fire at an On Base Housing Apartment. Later on as an O-4 I was appointed on Orders to Investigate the Deaths of Service Members and the destruction of an Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile. So nope "Sensitive Materials" are NEVER Investigated by an Non Commissioned Officer, N.C.O., especially Weapons, Night Vision Devices, Secure Communications equipment and Crypto, etc., minimum would be an O-4 Officer that if fails would get a General Officer of Reprimand permanently ending U.S. Military Career.
21st Technology means that every USD to be destroyed had the serial numbers scanned and entered into Database, if any show up that were supposedly destroyed...Lots of Investigations start, starting with where the destroyed USDs appeared at, traced back to who had access.
- Apr 5, 2019