Which part of the M713/M715 and M716 ground marker (smoke) rounds - ProProfs
     

Which part of the M713/M715 and M716 ground marker (smoke) rounds indicate the color of the smoke produced?



A. Canopy
B. Flangee
C. Ogive
D. Fin

This question is part of Security Forces Journyman CDC Vol 3

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W. Mocroft

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W. Mocroft, Philanthropist, Master Degree in International Business, Las Vegas

Answered on May 30, 2019

The M713, M715, and M716 are all different guns that have a few things in common. If you have ever fired a gun before, you may have noticed that smoke is emitted after firing the weapon. Some people will call it a “smoking gun,” but that expression has a different meaning, but it does come from when a gun is fired. The smoke may come out differently either in different colors or the amount of smoke that is released from the weapon.

This is because of a particular piece on the guns. This piece is called the ogive. However, the ogive is a general term that describes the appearance of an object. This curved surface that is called ogive is found on these types of guns.

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Answered on May 10, 2018

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