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Number: 102/390
Name: Ammunition and explosives > Drop bombs > Marine type
Description: Subject matter wherein the bomb is constructed so it can be detonated underwater.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
102/391 Depth regulation 2

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8222583 Drag-stabilized water-entry projectile and cartridge assembly Jul. 17, 2012
8093487 Removable protective nose cover Jan. 10, 2012
6802260 Safety and arming device using cellulose-based sensor/actuator Oct. 12, 2004
5955698 Air-launched supercavitating water-entry projectile Sep. 21, 1999
4788914 Missile nosepiece Dec. 6, 1988
4478148 Missile delivered explosive sound system Oct. 23, 1984
4433626 Underwater missile for use against submerged submarines Feb. 28, 1984
3951036 Safe and arm device Apr. 20, 1976

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