demolition kit


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demolition kit

[‚dem·ə′lish·ən ‚kit]
(ordnance)
A group of items of an explosive nature, with the necessary nonexplosive accessories and tools, specially designed containers, and carrying attachments, to enable efficient performance of designated demolition tasks.
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The result was an improved demolition kit at a better value.
RTSC's initial involvement with the Special Operations Forces Demolition Kits was as a member of a government integrated product team tasked to transition the kits from the government's development to production.
Our young officer had called me aside at lunchtime and told me to head off to report to range control and pick up a demolition kit. I would be working with Bravo Company blowing blinds on the grenade range for the rest of the week.
After a few questions about my qualifications, he finally passed me the wooden box, containing the demolition kit. "Sign here private," he said, shoving a pen and paper toward me.
Contract award notice: Mining robot with manipulator in transport, Tactical and manual demolition kits.