When munitions release their energy at an unwanted moment they become a threat to friendly forces and to the general public. Mishaps involving munitions have happened and will happen, this is a statistical fact.
This paper and it’s accompanying presentation provides an overview and discussion of the NATO Munitions Safety Information Analysis Center (MSIAC); it’s roles and responsibilities, it’s foundation and history, it’s staff and services, and how it helps member Nations and the overall NATO and assoc
This paper, an accompanying MSIAC poster, and the paper lecture/presentation will provide an overview and discussion of the NATO Munitions Safety Information Analysis Center (MSIAC); roles and responsibilities, foundation and history, staff and services, and technical support it provides member N
This paper and presentation will provide an overview of the NATO Munitions Safety Information Analysis Center (MSIAC) and the services, databases, design and analytical tools, and values it provides to its Member Nations, NATO, and the total international Munitions Safety (MS) community.
Much discussion and debate on the benefits of storing munitions with reduced hazard classifications have been heard over the last couple of years. This is often connected with attempts to quantify the benefits of implementing an Insensitive Munitions policy. Recent questions at MSIAC
On the 11th of July 2011 at 5:50 in the morning a huge explosion tore through the Evangelos Florakis Naval Base on the island of Cyprus. The immediate consequences were the loss of 13 personnel with 62 injured.