Usage notesThis word is sometimes confused with ordinance, a local law or regulation.
The British ordnance survey, while originally military, is responsible for surveying and map making.
- Finnish: sotamateriaali
- German: Militärmaterial
arms and ammunition
- Finnish: ampumatarvikkeet
- Finnish: tykistö
- German: Artillerie
Ordnance may refer to:
- Ordnance, the design, testing, manufacture, arming, maintenance and disposal of weapons and munitions.
- Ordnance disposal, the process by which hazardous devices are rendered safe
- Para-Ordnance, a firearms manufacturer in Toronto, Canada
- Unexploded ordnance, are explosive weapons that did not explode when they were used, and still pose a risk of detonation
- Board of Ordnance, a British government body created in the 15th century
- Bureau of Ordnance, the U.S. Navy's organization responsible for the procurement, storage, and deployment of all naval ordnance
- Explosive Ordnance Disposal Badge, a military badge of the United States Armed Forces
- Naval Ordnance Laboratory, a former United States military research laboratory
- Ordnance Corps, a combat service support branch of the United States Army
- Royal Army Ordnance Corps (RAOC), a former corps of the British Army
- Royal Ordnance, a British public corporation that manufactured explosives, ammunition, and small arms
- Royal Ordnance Factory, the collective name of the UK government's munitions factories in and after World War II
- United States Army Ordnance Museum, a museum at Aberdeen Proving Ground, in Aberdeen, Maryland
A-weapons, armament, arms, artillery, battery, biological weapons, cannon, cannonry, coast artillery, conventional weapons, deadly weapons, field artillery, flak, heavy field artillery, instruments of destruction, missilery, munitions, musketry, nuclear weapons, side arms, siege artillery, siege engine, small arms, thermonuclear weapons, trench artillery, weaponry, weapons