Figure 2-18.Mk 33 Mod 1 flare warhead.
Table 2-2.Practice Warheads
REVIEW NUMBER 2
What color are high-explosive rocket warheads?
What type of targets are HE-FRAG warheads
The AT/APERS warhead is an effective
combination of what other warheads?
What warhead contains a large number of small,
arrow-shaped projectiles ?
Smoke warheads produce a volume of heavy
smoke for_____ .
What warhead is used to illuminate tactical
Rocket fuzes are primarily classified by their
location in the warhead; for example, nose fuze or base
fuze. They are further classified by mode of operation,
such as impact-firing, mechanical-time, acceleration
and deceleration, or proximity. All fuzes contain
safety/arming devices to prevent detonation during
normal transporting, handling, and launching of the
A representative fuze from each class is discussed
in the following paragraphs. The fuzes currently in use
and their primary application are listed in table 2-3. For
more detailed information on fuzes, refer to Airborne
Rockets, NAVAIR 11-85-5.
Table 2-3.Rocket Fuzes