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Courtesy photo | Kaitlyn Lynes sets up a low-order burning technique of a live 82mm mortar. By burning through the casing of the mortar and burning out some of the explosive filling, the mortar has a smaller blast radius when it detonates. That avoids damage to nearby buildings and infrastructure.
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