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The Ford Escort is a small family car which was manufactured by Ford Europe from to The Ford Escort name was also applied to several different small cars produced in North America by Ford between and InFord revived the Escort name for a car based on the second-generation Ford Focus sold on the Chinese market.
The stun grenadealso known as a flashbangis a handheld grenade designed to emit a bright light rated at 8 million candela and a decibel noise. The British SAS were the first to develop the modern version of this weapon, though the Japanese Ninja reputedly had a primitive version, known as the "nage teppo" in their time. The stun or concussion grenade is a canister-shaped device whose primary use is to stun or temporarily disable an terrorist without actually harming them; a very important point if the terrorist is holding a hostage or if it is desired to take the terrorist alive.
By some measures, that was never really an Escort by global definitions. The US got its own and the rest of the world had a true world car. For the Escort, there was life before America as the first ones rolled off assembly lines in the UK in the late s. The second generation shared the mechanicals of the old car but on a larger more modern styled body.
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Smoke grenades are canister-type grenades used as ground-to-ground or ground-to-air signaling devices, target or landing zone marking devices, or as screening devices for unit movements. Smoke grenades are normally considered non-lethal, although incorrect use may cause death. The body consists of a sheet steel cylinder with a four emission holes on top and one on the bottom to allow smoke release when the grenade is ignited.
The Mk 2 grenade initially known as the Mk II is a fragmentation type anti-personnel hand grenade introduced by the U. It was the standard issue anti-personnel grenade used during World War II and in later conflicts, including the Vietnam War. Replacing the failed Mk 1 grenade ofit was standardized in as the Mk II, and redesignated the Mk 2 on April 2,