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(S//REL) On 02 Jan 2008, TF 3/73 recovered a blasting machine, continuity (circuit) tester, and copper wire during Operation Carolina. ITEMS RECOVERED: a. (C//REL) Blasting Machine - One (1x) unknown name brand blasting machine that measured 13.3 cm (H) x 8.1 cm (L) x 14.5 cm (W). The machine is encased in a hard black plastic and operates on 9 volt battery power. The top portion has two poles that are push down style in order to connect the wires. The firing switch is a metal toggle with a red cover over it. Between the two poles is an amber light. On the internal portions of the blasting machine, numbers were scratched away on a capacitor and a metal plate near the battery connection. Written under the toggle switch with a black marker is 7369. b. (C//REL) Continuity (Circuit) Tester - One (1x) unknown name brand continuity tester that is dark green in color. It measured 6.2 cm (H) x 7.5 cm (L) x 3.7 cm (W), edges are rounded. There are two metal contact points on the top portion along with a clear covered indicator that has a needle to indicate the continuity. Written in a black marker is 1052 which is located where the battery is loaded. The battery for this tester is of an unknown type. c. (C//REL) Wire - One (1x) unmeasured length of wire that contains two single stranded copper wires in clear insulation. CEXC_AFG_08_0003