UXB


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UXBUnexploded Bomb
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Tall and debonair, often wearing a stetson, fawn duffel coat and sporting a matinee idol moustache, Howard would smoke with his 9-inch cigarette holder as he pondered the latest UXB.
Mr Owen added: "When Llandarcy was bombed one UXB (unexploded bomb) went under a three million-gallon tank and Archer and his team dug down to it and he raced to disarm it.
Fortunately for UXB personnel, there were no timed delay fuses or booby traps built into the weapons.
If any unexploded devices are spotted it is likely that Army UXB teams will be drafted in to tackle them.
Our goal is to return current sites where munitions are presently, or past sites which may have been formerly used for military training or operations, to nonhazardous areas," said Rich Dugger, President and Chief Operations Officer of UXB.
UXB FACT FILE | THE SC 250 (Sprengbombe Cylindrisch 250) was an air-dropped general purpose high-explosive bomb built by Germany during World War II.
Army experts later described it as the biggest UXB they had dealt with on British soil.
Now the idea is to raise funding to make three new episodes, which will be filmed on location in Yorkshire and will then be available to buy on a DVD planned to be released in 2015 Kitson was PC Cooper in Last of the Summer Wine for 27 Years, and has appeared in many other roles in TV and film including Emmerdale, Coronation Street, Heartbeat, Ruth Rendell, Brassed Off, Miss Marple, Minder, Danger UXB.
Items from the collection have featured in a number of television and film productions including Brideshead Revisited, Yanks, Danger UXB, All Creatures Great and Small and Atonement.
Carole Patterson, East Kilbride A Danger UXB ran for 13 episodes in 1979.
It was defused by a UXB sguad, but Lizzie woke up in a sweat for many years, imagining the bedside clock to be that bomb.