satchel charge


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satchel charge

[′sach·əl ‚chärj]
(ordnance)
A number of blocks of explosive taped to a board fitted with a rope or wire loop for carrying and attaching.
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To attack a concrete bunker, you carried a satchel charge.
The underlying attitude is common to war: We are the ones who suffer; the other guy, when he is blown away by a satchel charge placed on a booby-trapped truck, gets what he deserves.
Throw grenades and satchel charges, while posing as civilians.
From satchel charges to line charges to "ear muff" charges for concrete blocks, the dismounts must be able to assess, prepare, and execute numerous demolition tasks.
M15 and M19 blast mines and M21 shaped-charge mines; as well as 1-, 10-, and 15-pound satchel charges.