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Military Weaponry

A history of military weaponry, Ancient Romans to Present

This tactic was used by the Ancient Romans and featured interlocked shields that proved to be almost impenetrable. Turtle
This type of ballistic round features a dab of phosphorous on the tip of the projectile that bursts into flame when fired. Tracer Round
These weapons are classified as the group that contains the following: thermobarics, nuclear, chemical, and biological warfare and is abbreviated "WMD". Weapons of Mass Destruction
This weapon is a more advanced version of the civil war cannon. Today, it features enhanced GPS technology and can be programmed using digital images. Howitzer
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