Explosives Info 编辑
AT Mine 编辑
The design of anti-tank mines has not changed much during the last 50 years. An AT mine is the strongest ground mine manufactured today. They are triggered only by vehicles.
APERS Mine 编辑
A classic pressure-activated anti-personnel mine is still widely used despite being prohibited by international conventions. When dug-in, they are very hard to detect without the help of a mine detector.
APERS Bounding Mine 编辑
The anti-personnel bounding mine is best suitable for open areas. It is usually burried just bellow the surface of the ground. When triggered, a charge launches the body of the mine one meter into the air. The explosion covers a close area with fragments, killing the whole group.
M6 SLAM Mine 编辑
The M6 SLAM mine is a next generation Selectable Lightweight Attack Munition. They are very effective against light armored vehicles, penetrating 40mm armor from up to eight meters. Unlike dug-in mines, SLAM is placed on the ground and is easier to spot.
Claymore Charge 编辑
A Claymore fragmentation charge is one of the deadliest anti-personnel charges available. On a timed or remote-triggered detonation, the Claymore sends deadly steel balls in a frontal direction. Effective kill radius is up to 50 meters. Unlike dug-in mines the Claymore is placed on the ground and is easier to spot.
Explosive Charge 编辑
An explosive charge is placeable on the ground. It could be set to detonate either by the built-in timer or a remote detonator.
Explosive Satchel 编辑
An explosive satchel is a charge placeable on the ground. It can be set to detonate either by using the built-in timer or a remote detonator. They are stronger than an explosive charge, capable of destroying whole buildings, but easier to spot.
Moored naval mine is the most used naval mine. Deployed by ships and airplanes, it carries a large load of explosives and a variety of sensors to punish every ship or submarine that sails too close.
Naval mines sitting on the bottom of the sea are used at depths of up to 200 meters. Deployed by ships and airplanes, a single mine carries a large load of explosives and a variety of sensors to punish every ship that sails too close.
The PDM-7 is an amphibious mine used in shallow waters against light assault boats and amphibious vehicles. A fuse placed on the base serves to discourage handling of the armed mine.