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WHAT IS BOMB DETONATION CONTROLLED BY?
A FUZE
WHAT TERM REFERS TO THE AMOUNT OF TIME OR VANE REVOLUTIONS NEEDED FOR THE FIRING TRAIN TO BE ALIGNED AFTER BOMB RELEASE OR FROM TIME OF RELEASE UNTIL THE BOMB IS FULLY ARMED?
ARMING TIME
WHAT TERM IS USED WHEN FUNCTIONING TIME OF A FUZE IS LONGER THAN .0005 SECONDS?
DELAY
WHAT TERM REFERS TO THE MEANS THAT A FUZE IS PHYSICALLY DETERMINED TO BE IN A SAFE OR ARMED POSITION?
EXTERNAL EVIDENCE OF ARMING (EEA)
WHAT IS FUNCTIONING TIME?
THE TIME REQUIRED FOR A FUZE TO DETONATE AFTER IMPACT OR A PRESET TIME
WHAT IS MEANT BY THE FUZE TERM, INSTANTANEOUS?
WHEN THE FUNCTIONING TIME OF A FUZE IS .0003 SECONDS OR LESS.
WHAT IS NONDELAY?
WHEN THE FUNCTIONING TIME OF A FUZE IS .0003 TO .0005 SECONDS
WHAT IS PROXIMITY (VT)?
IT IS THE ACTION THAT CAUSES A FUZE TO DETONATE BEFORE IMPACT WHEN ANY SUBSTANTIAL OBJECT IS DETECTED AT A PREDETERMINED DISTANCE FROM THE FUZE.
WHAT ARE THE TWO GENERAL CLASSES OF FUZES?
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL