HEAT

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AcronymDefinition
HEATHostile Environment Awareness Training
HEATHigh-Explosive Anti-Tank (munition)
HEATHeat Escape Lessening Posture
HEATHighway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic (various locations)
HEATHigher Education and Training (IBM)
HEATHigher Education Assistive Technology (various locations)
HEATHigh-Energy Antimatter Telescope
HEATHelp End Auto Theft
HEATHumanitarian Environmental Analysis Team (Godzilla)
HEATHome Energy Assistance Team
HEATHigher Education Area Transit (Greensboro, North Carolina)
HEATHigher Education and Applied Technology Center (Harford County, MD)
HEATHelpdesk Expert Automation Tool
HEATHigh Energy Access Tools
HEATHemisphere Emergency Action Team
HEATHMMWV(High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle) Egress Assistance Trainer (US DoD)
HEATHigher Education and Advanced Technology Center (Lowry, CO, USA)
HEATHeadquarters Effectiveness Assessment Tool
HEAThydroxyphenyl-ethyl-aminomethyl-tetralone
HEATHal's Emerald Attack Team
HEATHackers Enterprising Across Telecommunications
HEATHigh-rise Emergency Aerial Team
HEATHoffman Estates Airsoft Team (Chicago, IL)
HEATHigh-Enthalpy Arc-heated Tunnel
HEATHotel Employees Action Team
HEATHuman Erythrocyte Aglutination Test
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Armor companies preferred to drive their tanks up to the supply trailer and unload the high-explosive anti-tank warheads and armor-piercing, fin-stabilized, discarding sabot rounds directly from the trailer into their fighting platforms.
Spike is a portable fire-and-forget guided missile equipped with an imaging infrared seeker and a high-explosive anti-tank warhead.
Contract Awarded for High-Explosive Anti-Tank Warhead
Every section was equipped with one of these 84mm launch tubes, and soldiers, particularly those serving in West Germany, received extensive training on these weapons, firing the high-explosive anti-tank rounds (HEAT).
The day's find included 30 blasting caps, about 250,000 rounds of small-arms ammunition, 25 grenade fuses, 37 high-explosive anti-tank weapons, 100 unfused grenades, one Iranian PG-7 grenade rocket, six Chinese 75ram APERS rocket fuses, 13 French 68mm SPAMV rockets, 72 rocket motors, 10 Iraqi 40ram rockets, 221 mortars, 300 various fuses, 40 pounds of propellant, 50 pounds of detonation cord, 13 PG-7 launchers, 17 AK-47 assault rifles, one Russian machine gun, two sniper rifles, one PKC machine gun, 40 million Iraqi Dinar, more than 400 fake identification cards, and various Motorola radios, including one Iraqi police radio believed to have belonged to an IP who had been kidnapped and murdered.
The 105 mm is capable of firing four types of rounds: SABOT, a depleted-uranium armor-piercing round; HEAT, high-explosive anti-tank; HEP, high-explosive plastic; and a canister round.
The high-explosive anti-tank (HEAT) rounds used were manufactured by Thales, near Belfast, Northern Ireland, under a UK industrial partnership with Lockheed Martin under contract from INSYS Ltd.
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