Oh, that guy...Now I understand.
(I'm used to "VOG", vapor-over-ground, as in, aerosol explosives, so the
first thing that popped into my mind was that FOG was either "fuel-over-
ground" or "fume-over-ground", which made no sense given the context <g!>)
If you're asing where I heard of it: Mostly what I'd learned in work, but
that was ten yrs ago, plus I actively strove to forget most of that stuff
because I couldn't talk about it anyway. Open-source info is available of
If you're asking specifically what details I know: (1) not the place to
write a paper on the means of deliveraing hot flaming death to large areas
and/or large numbers of people, (2) not something I really want to bring
back into my active/conscious thought processes, (3) why do you ask?
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