Orbital ATK’s Insensitive Motors Make Munitions Safer

Credit: Orbital ATK
A munition is an explosion intended for somewhere else. Yet from the first time gunpowder was used in war, every munition has threatened to instead be an explosion too close to home. From powder kegs to Hellfire missiles stored at ammunition depots, protecting projectiles from dangerous heat and...

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