The Collaborative ORDnance Data Repository (CORD) has been in existence since 2015. It is a database of over 5,000 entries detailing a wide range of explosive ordnance. The database is used extensively as a means of identifying munitions by those working in the field of humanitarian mine action, but also by others. Users range from mine clearance operators in Sri Lanka, police bomb disposal teams in Florida or Abu Dhabi, human rights advocates in Washington, D.C., to journalists in London. CORD is not intended as a detailed database. It is intended as a simple online ordnance identification guide with limited detail, accessible to all.
"The Collaborative ORDnance Data Repository (CORD): 2018 Upgrades,"
Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction: Vol. 21
, Article 15.
Available at: http://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol21/iss3/15