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UXOUnexploded Ordnance
UXOUltima X: Odyssey (proposed computer game)
UXOunexploded explosive ordnance (US DoD)
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Military explosive response teams have responded to more than 100 UXO calls to the site since the 1980s.
RELYANT Global looks forward to employing UXO Technician I graduates from the program at the University of Tennessee on this upcoming contract at Fort McCoy.
It reported that, Since the ceasefires on 26 August, five Palestinians have been killed in UXO incidents, and six others injured.
To date in 2012, there have been 29 civilian UXO victims (18 children) in Gaza: from 2009 to 2012, the total number is 111 (64 children).
Around 300 people were killed or injured by UXO in 2008 but that number fell to only 34 in 2013.
During both construction phases, several caches of World War II-vintage UXO were unearthed.
It runs the show in Misurata and has placed two containers for UXO in front of one of its bases.
The first issue is to determine whether it is a UXO and, indeed, if it presents a risk.
Leng Sochea said since early this year, Cambodia has seen at least 148 casualties related to mines and UXO, compared with 245 casualties during the whole of 2009.
Falling rubble and hazardous material, including UXO, have killed 17 and injured at least 25 Palestinians.
Depending on the submunition, a self-destruct mechanism may render a UXO submunition safe in seconds or minutes.
While this coloring scheme makes it easier for explosive ordnance demolition (EOD) teams to find and disarm or destroy such UXO, it also makes such bomblets the proverbial "attractive nuisance" to small children.