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Edited: 4/27/2019 4:17 PM
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Full Range Training Practice Rounds FRTR

​IAW with AIN 014-19 

Recovery of the FRTR is not designed or intended to be recovered. Question is what happens when these rounds are fired into a temporary impact area.

Per DAP 385-63
Those portions of temporary and dedicated impact areas authorized for training or other authorized purposes will be surface cleared of UXO before access is permitted. 

The AIN states that  Expended the Full Rand Practice (FRP) cartridges will be considered to be UXO's.

So if a Mortar unit fires 50,  60mm FRTR will EOD have to blow each mortar (50) fired into the temporary impact area?



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​IAW with AIN 014-19 

Recovery of the FRTR is not designed or intended to be recovered. Question is what happens when these rounds are fired into a temporary impact area.

Per DAP 385-63
Those portions of temporary and dedicated impact areas authorized for training or other authorized purposes will be surface cleared of UXO before access is permitted. 

The AIN states that  Expended the Full Rand Practice (FRP) cartridges will be considered to be UXO's.

So if a Mortar unit fires 50,  60mm FRTR will EOD have to blow each mortar (50) fired into the temporary impact area?



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4/27/2019 12:49 PM
Posted: 5/3/2019 11:45 AM
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Correct only EOD may remove FRTRs from an impact area,  however there are alternate means of disposal once the FRTR are rendered inert and/or removed from the temporary impact area for DEMIL. 
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Correct only EOD may remove FRTRs from an impact area,  however there are alternate means of disposal once the FRTR are rendered inert and/or removed from the temporary impact area for DEMIL. 
ROBERT LINN6205/3/2019 11:45 AM5/3/2019 11:45 AM
5/3/2019 11:33 AM

 

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