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"A blast pack is good for demolishing a building. a Demo Charge is good for demolishing a city block."
―Warrant Officer Kyle Falman

Production information

Demolition Charge

Technical specifications

Necros War




M366 Demolition Charge is a UNSC explosive charge, designed for heavy duty demolition against hardened targets.


The M366 Demo Charge is used by combat engineers as a heavy duty demolition system, preferably for controlled destruction of a structure or stationary target. The charge can be used in concert with a number of explosives to provide wide ranging destruction, such as levelling a large building, a bridge or in sufficient amounts, scuttling or crippling a warship.


The M366 Demo Charge consists of two components, the detonator and the charge. Each charge consists of two 50x20x20 shock resistant thermoplastic containers, stuffed with C-14 Plastic Explosive. These are linked together and have pre-installed detonator insert points. These are carried together as one charge, which has the facilities for being connected by fibre-optic cable to the detonator or radio signalling. As a protective measure, should the charge be rendered null by an electromagnetic pulse, it will release a spring loaded explosive detonator, exploding the charge regardless. This charge is buried under the primary fire control, which in itself has been rendered tamper proof and booby trapped. This has four inserts of fibre-optic cables with the option of inserting 'delay' blocks to delay the explosive by a dial control for controlled explosions. It has a jam resistant radio receiver and a million digit string arming code that jumps at regular intervals.

The detonator component clips on to any existing demo charge bundle. It consists of a radio antennae, six slots for fibreoptic detonators and the detonator control. The detonator consists of a arming computer, allowing the user to set a four string code for detonation. The detonator is then armed by a manual control, where the arming handle must then turned from 'safe' to 'armed' then deressed. At this point, it and all linked explosives are armed and ready to detonate. From here, it can be detonated remotely by a slaved universal explosive detonator for detonation. The detonator itself is booby trapped and tamper resistant, and should the other explosives be cut off from the fibre-optic lead of the detonator or the radio signal while armed, it switches to a ten second countdown unless it is reconnected.

UNSC Comments

Individual and Crew Served Weaponry of the UNSCDF


M6L Personal Defence Weapon System | M57 Pistol | M98 Compact | M19 Modular Pistol

Submachine Guns

M20A Submachine Gun | M12 Special Operations Carbine | M8Z Submachine Gun

Assault Rifles, Carbines, and Battle Rifles

MA6A Individual Combat Weapon System | M2A Carbine | M81 Special Purpose Carbine | M55C Enhanced Battle Rifle

Designated Marksman Rifles

M396 Designated Marksman Rifle | M97 Special Purpose Rifle | M113 Special Purpose Rifle

Machine Guns

M397 Individual Automatic Rifle | M739C Squad Automatic Weapon | M122 Light Machine Gun | M247B2 General Purpose Machine Gun | M247H2 Heavy Machine Gun | AIE-486K1 Heavy Machine Gun | M343A3 Heavy Machine Gun | M780 Special Purpose Machine Gun

Sniper Rifles

M22 Scout Rifle System | M818D Enhanced Modular Sniper Rifle System | M1091 Sniper Rifle System | Sniper Rifle System 99G-S6 Anti-Materiel | M99CA1 Special Application Scoped Rifle | M133 Precision Anti-Materiel Energy Weapon System


M45F Close Assault Weapon System | M108A1 Close Assault Weapon System | M77 Extreme Close Quarters Combat System

Energy Weapons

Weapon/Anti-Vehicle Model 6B Grindell/Galilean Nonlinear Rifle | MX4 Light Support Weapon | M921 ARC

Non-Lethal Weapon

M2 Threat-Negation Device | MX9 Pulsed Energy Projectile System | M39 Long Range Tranquillizer Rifle

Missile and Rocket Launchers

M41B2 Medium Anti-Vehicle/Assault Weapon | M899 Light Anti Armour Weapon | M57 Light Multipurpose Assault Weapon | M1 Multiple Launch Rocket System | M25 Underslung Rocket Launcher

Grenade Launchers

M319N Individual Grenade Launcher | M23 Multiple Grenade Launcher | M363B RPD | M460C Automatic Grenade Launcher | M556 Counter Defilade Grenade Launcher | M24 Underslung Grenade Launcher | M26 Grenade Launcher Module


M71 Mortar | M78 Mortar | M81 Mortar


M117 Light-Weight Field Howitzer

Sentry Guns

M55 GUARD DOG Sentry Gun | M601 GARGOYLE Sentry Gun


M9 Dual Purpose/High Explosive Grenade | M2 Anti-Materiel Grenade | M70 Flash Bang Grenade | M43 Smoke Grenade

Anti-Personnel and Anti-Armour Mines

M320 Anti-Tank Mine | M341 Anti-Tank Mine | M362 Anti-Tank Mine | M121 Bounding Anti-Personnel Mine | M127 Anti-Personnel Mine

Explosive Devices

C-7 Foaming Explosive | C-13 Gertex | C-14 Plastic Explosive | C-15 Liquid Explosive | M303 Thermite Cord | M311 Detonation Cord | M382 Special Munition Attack Charge (Kinetic) | M390 Breaching Charge | M394 Clearance Charge | M404 Special Lightweight Attack Munition | M366 Demolition Charge | M376 Satchel Charge | M379 Explosive Pack