Members of the 6th Civil Engineer Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and other local and state authorities, oversee a controlled detonation at the Avon Park Air Force Range, Fla., Sept. 9, 2019. The ATF seized more than 7,000 pounds of explosives from a prior convicted felon in the largest explosives seizure in Florida history (U.S. Air Force/Senior Airman Caleb Nunez)
Authorities safely destroyed thousands of pounds of explosives last month that were seized from a Sarasota, Floridaman.
The Scalable Offensive Hand Grenade (SOHG) can be combined for bigger explosions. One base grenade provides a "high pressure stun" effect, two stacked grenades can kill people, and three can destroy structures. (Nammo)
From flying tilt-rotor MV-22 Ospreys into combat to training with robot battle buddies, the Marine Corps has a history of pioneering unconventional technology and ideas for the American warfighter.
But one new weapon the Corps is looking into could really blow up big: a new, stackable hand grenade that could be used as a stun weapon, a lethal explosive, or even as an ad hoc breaching charge.
With the gripping title, “Firework Fail - Idiots light mortar shell in garag,” what can possibly go wrong? The “e” is missing, but that’s probably because whoever filmed this posted it online as quickly as possible. Probably thinking: “Oh my god, the world has to witness this! There’s no time for spell check!” Or, “Shit the cops are coming so I might as well get this out to as many people as possible before they haul us in.”