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Trident C4 Missile Motor Disposal

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Uploaded on Aug 6, 2007

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This is not my movie! I DID NOT ADD THE MUSIC, and YouTube is responsible for the horrible quality! I will attempt to upload a higher quality video soon.

Disposal of some of the Navy's outdated Trident I C4 SLBM solid-fuel rocket motors by US Navy Missile Technicians, EOD, and US Air Force. Done for the purposes of research.

The "C4" is the designator, it does not have anything to do with the traditional Composition Four "C4" explosive.

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