The term ammunition dates back to the middle of the 17th century. The word comes from French ammunition, for material used for war. Ammunition and ammunition are often used interchangeably, although ammunition now generally refers to the actual weapon system with the ammunition needed to operate it. Ammunition, often called ammunition, comes from the French word ammunition.
At first it meant that all items were used for war. This comes from the Latin word munire (provide). It is now only used for bullets and other projectiles that are thrown at the enemy with firearms, and the gunpowder or other propellant that the projectiles throw. The collective word for all types of ammunition is ammunition.
This means anything explosive that can be used in combat and includes bombs, missiles, warheads and mines (landmines, naval mines, and claymore mines). They are manufactured in munitions factories.