Lebanon accidents

 

 

Accident records from Lebanon are good and most have been made available recently. Most investigations were made by the MAC and so achieve an unusual level of independence.

The threat in Lebanon has changed from Israeli laid minefields to Israeli dispersed submunitions, and clearance procedures have changed accordingly. A high percentage of "missed devices" featured in recent investigations are mainly of submunitions missed using inappropriate search procedures that clearly failed to achieve "clearance" as defined in the international standards.

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DDASaccident378.pdf

DDASaccident379.pdf

DDASaccident380.pdf

DDASaccident381.pdf

DDASaccident382.pdf

DDASaccident383.pdf

DDASaccident389.pdf

DDASaccident390.pdf

DDASaccident391.pdf

DDASaccident392.pdf

DDASaccident393.pdf

DDASaccident394.pdf

DDASaccident395.pdf

DDASaccident396.pdf

DDASaccident397.pdf

DDASaccident398.pdf

DDASaccident462.pdf

DDASaccident522.pdf

DDASaccident527.pdf

DDASaccident553.pdf

DDASaccident557.pdf

DDASaccident558.pdf

DDASaccident559.pdf

DDASaccident560.pdf

DDASaccident561.pdf

DDASaccident562.pdf

DDASaccident563.pdf

DDASaccident566.pdf

DDASaccident567.pdf

DDASaccident568.pdf

DDASaccident569.pdf

DDASaccident570.pdf

DDASaccident571.pdf

DDASaccident572.pdf

DDASaccident709.pdf

DDASaccident713.pdf

DDASaccident715.pdf

DDASaccident721.pdf

DDASaccident725.pdf

DDASaccident732.pdf

DDASaccident735.pdf

DDASaccident736.pdf

DDASaccident738.pdf

DDASaccident739.pdf

DDASaccident743.pdf

DDASaccident745.pdf

DDASaccident751.pdf

DDASaccident756.pdf

DDASaccident761.pdf

DDASaccident766.pdf

 

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