Definition of hazards of electromagnetic radiation to ordnance

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hazards of electromagnetic radiation to ordnance

'hazards of electromagnetic radiation to ordnance' is an military term. It means '(DOD) The danger of accidental actuation of electro-explosive devices or otherwise electrically activating ordnance because of radio frequency electromagnetic fields. This unintended actuation could have safety (premature firing) or reliability (dudding) consequences. Also called HERO. See also electromagnetic radiation; HERO SAFE ordnance; HERO UNSAFE ordnance; ordnance'.

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