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Munitions and Ordnance Listing

Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 10/30/2014

Militaries throughout history have relied on a bevy of munition and ordnance options - from cartridges and projectiles to rockets and missiles.

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There are a total of 81 Munitions and Ordnance in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order. Flag images indicative of country of origin.



5.56x45mm NATO
The 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge is a standardized small-caliber rifle cartridge for NATO and related allies. The cartridge origi...
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7.62x51mm NATO
The 7.62x51mm NATO cartridge is the NATO-standardized full-power rifle cartridge currently in use across NATO countries and r...
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Aerojet General Aerobee (Series)
The Aerojet Geneal "Aerobee" series of unmanned, unguided rockets proved critical to American research of the atmosphere conc...
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AGM-130
The AGM-130 is an air-to-surface missile system originating in the United States in 1984 and is based on a highly-modified fo...
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Congreve Rocket
The British government was impressed with rocket artillery constructed from iron tubes as used by the armies of the Tipu Sul...
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Douglas AGM-48 Skybolt (GAM-87)
The AGM-87 Skybolt was an ultimately cancelled American air-launched ballistic missile. The type featured an overall weight o...
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GBU-15
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Hughes Raytheon AGM-65 Maverick
Since its inception in 1972, the AGM-65 Maverick has remained the standardized air-to-surface missile system of the United St...
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KDA Penguin (AGM-119)
The Penguin was introduced in 1972 as a dedicated anti-ship missile developed by Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace of Norway. The...
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Mittelwerk V-2 (Aggregat-4 / A4)
Hitler promoted three of what he called his "vengeance weapons" and number two of the three became the "V-2" short range ball...
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North American AGM-28 Hound Dog
The AGM-28 "Hound Dog" was a 1960s-era air-launched cruise missile developed by North American Aviation. It entered productio...
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PR-76
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SAGMI
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SS-11
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Talos
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Tartar
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Vickers Tallboy (Bomb, Medium Capacity, 12,000lb)
The 12,000lb "Tallboy" (or "earthquake bomb") was the brainchild of British engineer Barnes Wallis, otherwise known as the "f...
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