Utmost violence; rage; vehemence; as, the heat of battle or party.
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High Explosive Anti-Tank. Sometimes called a hollow charge projectile. The explosive is shaped as an inverted cone with the base of the cone at the front of the projectile. At detonation the shape focuses the explosive creating a narrow, high speed jet of plasma which penetrates the armour. The penetration capability of a HEAT projectile is the same regardless of range, so only a single penetration figure is quoted as well as a maximum effective range (where known) in the gun data tables.
High Explosive Anti-Tank ammo. Developed in the early 1980's for use by the US military it contains a high chemical content that creates a large quantity of heat upon impact allowing the penetrating rod to defeat the enemy's armor and destroy the tank. It also allows for US main battle tanks to defend against attack helicopters because of it's stabilizers allowing it to target helicopters, a capability never before seen on a US tank. 18
High Explosive Anti-Tank; a type of anti-tank rounds that defeat an armored target by means of a hyper-velocity jet that is formed when a charge consisting of a concave metal hemisphere or cone (known as a liner) backed by a high explosive detonates. Russian HEAT projectiles have a designation 3BK[number]. ( See 2A46 ammo)
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