The Collaborative ORDnance data repository (CORD) is an ordnance identification system enabling web-based search of landmine and other unexploded ordnance data to assist humanitarian demining operations. CORD was formerly known as ORDATA.
CORD is jointly owned by the Center for International Stabilization and Recovery at James Madison University and the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD). The CORD search tool was designed and developed by the GICHD, Ripple Design, and Mindlark.
CORD is a ordnance database of over 5000 entries. The task of trying to update entries and maintain accuracy is on-going. Please help us to make CORD better by providing relevant information via the Contact/Feedback form.