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Reporting unexploded ordnance

Munition that has not or has only partially detonated is called unexploded ordnance; for instance because it has landed in water, snow or soft earth or been deviated by stones. Unexploded ordnance and munition remnants can frequently be found on shooting ranges, in mountain target areas, on glaciers – but also in the estate of deceased persons as military service souvenirs. Such ‘souvenirs’ are prohibited because unexploded ordnance is highly dangerous!

To prevent accidents, please observe the following principles:
never touch unexploded ordnance – mark – report.

Never touch unexploded ordnance – mark – report.

Reporting

  • Should you, when you report, only have limited means of communication, report your discovery to us by phone number 117.
  • Or download our unexploded ordnance app from the Apple App Store (for i-phones) or the Google Play Store (for androids) by searching for the term «Blindgänger».
  • Otherwise, please use the report form.

Identification aid

Identification aid
Colour chart for identifying unexploded ordnance and discovered ordnance


NBC-KAMIR Centre of Competence Unexploded Ordnance Centre
Centre NBC
CH-3700 Spiez
Tel.
+41 58 481 44 44

E-Mail


Print contact

NBC-KAMIR Centre of Competence

Unexploded Ordnance Centre
Centre NBC
CH-3700 Spiez

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