Sheet 27 Embankment
The picture shows a crumbling embankment close to a road where ambushes were frequent some time ago.
A metal object is clearly visible in the foreground. It has rusted but still looks as though it could have been military equipment.
Sheet 28 Embankment
At the bottom of the picture is a discarded ammunition cannister, indicating that soldiers were once in the area.
At the top of the embankment on the left is an OZM-72 bounding fragmentation mine buried to more than half of its height in the ground. This mine is usually fitted with an MUV fuze (initiator) and is tripwire activated. When the mine is activated, the inside of the mine is blown up in the air on a one meter long wire tether. When the tether is pulled tight, the main charge explodes. The main charge is surrounded by short lengths of chopped steel bar set into plastic. These metal fragments are spread over a wide area.
Beside the picture of an OZM-72 is a picture of the outer sleeve that is left in the ground after the mine has detonated. Beneath that is a picture of the inner part of the mine. Beside that are examples of the fuze arming-pin and the fragments that are spread when the main charge detonates.
If there is one military item around there may be more.
Because one item is harmless, that does not mean that the next item will be.