SPECIALTY AMMUNITION ARMOR PIERCING (AP)
AP rounds are designed to bore deep into a target aircraft's armor; armor piercing rounds are often used to chew through exterior armor,
allowing more damaging ordnance to strike at a target plane's innards.
The opposite of armor piercing ammunition, dum-dums flatten upon impact, inflicting damage across a broader area, with minimal penetration.
CERAMIC-COATED MAGNESIUM (MG)
MG rounds do very little damage upon impact; however, once ignited (by friction while in flight), MG rounds burn for several minutes,
melting through armor and interior surfaces and inflicting a great deal of damage. If a magnesium round hits a fuel tank (after armor has
been stripped away by armor piercing or dum-dum rounds), the target planes explodes.