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Launched from the ground or dropped from the air, cluster munitions consist of containers that open and disperse submunitions, or bomblets, that fan out and explode, killing or maiming without distinction between civilian and military targets.
Failed cluster submunitions look like rocks or toys and often sit inches below the surface –
Picatinny Arsenal also claims the shell could be used to send other resupply items, surveillance electronics, or even a submunition at an enemy target.
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