Threats to Maritime and Seafaring due to Wartime Ordnance Waste

Just removed and within an hour or two will be detonated at sea, a WW2 half-ton sea mine, that was discovered on the muddy seabed by a dredging scow operation [1]. The incident is only one of a growing number of incidents involving scuttled, and deployed, ordnance residuals, of not only WW2, but of a time period involving essentially 1914 through current contemporary time [2].



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