To contain the force of an exploding bomb, you need steel plate or concrete, and lots of it, right?
Not according to a BlastGard International Inc., a startup in Clearwater, Florida, that makes a blast-dampening material out of &to=http://english.pravda.ru/society/2003/01/30/42772.html' target=_blank>volcanic glass, sealed in food-packaging plastic.
The material, called BlastWrap, already lines the insides of 192 trash cans in the Washington Metro system.
Two ballistic missiles attacked the US Navy destroyer USS Mason (DDG 87) from the territory of Yemen. The destroyer came to the aid of the hijacked Central Park tanker of Zodiac Maritime