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Until recently, stockpiled weapons and ammunition were usually dealt with by addressing security mindset before safety. A common approach has been in a secure storage and set of guard, whereas ammunition needs more continuous and extensive care during storage than most conventional weapons. Besides the lethality factor that involves unplanned explosions and numerous victims, poor ammunition stockpile management can also lead to diversion from stockpiles through theft and illicit trade.

Categories: ASM and EOD, Security and Development, Stockpile destruction

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