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  • The '''proximity fuze''' is a type of [[artillery]] or mine warfare [[fuze]]. In the best-known [[Second World War]] application, it comprises a radi Before radio proximity fuzes, there were initially electromechanical [[mine (naval warfare)|magnetic in
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  • Fuze designed to detonate an explosive device automatically when the distance to
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  • 12 B (1 word) - 20:14, 26 February 2008
  • * Baldwin, Ralph B. ''The Deadly Fuze: Secret Weapon of World War II.'' (1980) * Bennett, Geoffrey. "The Development of the Proximity Fuze." ''Journal of the Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies'' 19
    741 B (101 words) - 20:26, 24 March 2008
  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Proximity fuze]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Fuze}}
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  • A '''fuze''' is an electronic, pyrotechnic or mechanical system that initiates the de Unfortunately, "fuse" and "fuze" are often interchanged, but they are different concepts.<ref>{{citation
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  • The '''proximity fuze''' is a type of [[artillery]] or mine warfare [[fuze]]. In the best-known [[Second World War]] application, it comprises a radi Before radio proximity fuzes, there were initially electromechanical [[mine (naval warfare)|magnetic in
    5 KB (729 words) - 20:30, 12 April 2011
  • {{r|Delay fuze}} {{r|Impact fuze}}
    358 B (48 words) - 10:28, 28 February 2011
  • * Baldwin, Ralph B. ''The Deadly Fuze: Secret Weapon of World War II.'' (1980) * Bennett, Geoffrey. "The Development of the Proximity Fuze." ''Journal of the Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies'' 19
    741 B (101 words) - 20:26, 24 March 2008
  • #Redirect [[Proximity fuze]]
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  • ** high explosive rounds have a [[fuze]] settable for [[proximity fuze|proximity]], contact, or delayed contact; typical 20 meter lethal radius and 50 me
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  • ...down the weight very significantly." Hedgehog used an impact, not a depth, fuze. <ref name=Pawle>{{citation | title = Crosley's Secret War Effort: The Proximity Fuze
    50 KB (7,528 words) - 00:55, 16 December 2010
  • ...]]. I can't resist smiling when <s>Peter</s>Paul quoted WP about fuse vs. fuze -- and got it wrong.
    13 KB (2,139 words) - 14:12, 6 April 2015
  • ...s the effective range of the modern 16-inch (41-cm) naval gun came to be approximately 20 miles (32 km). {{main|proximity fuze}}
    47 KB (7,591 words) - 22:13, 21 February 2010
  • ...ar]], improved [[anti-aircraft artillery]] with [[proximity fuze|proximity-fuzed shells]], [[combat air patrol]] doctrine, and [[combat information center]
    7 KB (1,022 words) - 07:50, 24 December 2012
  • ...ty of fuzing methods, using [[contact fuze]]s, [[time fuze]]s, [[proximity fuze]]s, etc.
    5 KB (707 words) - 09:00, 21 February 2010
  • ...atively advanced enemy who is using radar-based [[proximity fuze|proximity fuzed]] ammunition, [[information operations#electronic attack|electronic counte ...tronics and no computers, to compute the location of German artillery in approximately three minutes. The techniques identified the [[geophysical MASINT#Init
    19 KB (2,840 words) - 21:53, 25 February 2011
  • ...red the target. The aircraft did not have a means of jamming the proximity fuze.
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  • {{r|Fuze}} {{r|Proximity fuze||**}}
    833 B (108 words) - 16:55, 17 June 2009
  • ...re than simply ammunition with intelligent fuzing, such as the [[proximity fuze]]. They must be able to sense either their target, or a location in space,
    1 KB (227 words) - 19:03, 26 June 2008
  • ...MU-139]], which senses the proximity of the onrushing ground and tells the fuze, so it can detonate the bomb, if so programmed, as an [[airburst]]
    249 B (39 words) - 18:21, 26 February 2011
  • ...independent ability to track the target although it may have a [[proximity fuze]]
    252 B (38 words) - 04:46, 21 December 2008
  • ...able, including AA Common, semi-armor piercing, [[proximity fuze|proximity fuze/variable time (VT)]] fragmenting and high explosive (HE), point- and base
    4 KB (530 words) - 03:28, 3 September 2010
  • {{r|Proximity fuze}}
    195 B (26 words) - 12:57, 21 January 2009
  • ...had [[anti-aircraft artillery|anti-aircraft guns]] but lacked [[proximity fuze]]s and good [[radar]]. ...w surviving attackers encountered massive antiaircraft fire with proximity fuzes. Over a period of eight hours one American warship was slightly damaged wh
    9 KB (1,393 words) - 21:11, 12 August 2010

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