Monostatic and bistatic scattering measurements were conducted on a set of targets near a fresh water‐sand sediment interface. The measurements were performed during March 2010 and are referred to as the Pond Experiment 2010 (PondEx10). Monostatic synthetic aperture sonar (SAS) data were collected on a rail system with a mobile tower, while a stationary sonar tower simultaneously collected bistatic SAS data. Each tower is instrumented with receivers while the sources are located only on the mobile tower. For PondEx10, 11 targets, including 6 underwater munitions, were deployed at 2 ranges from the mobile tower system. Initially, the data were processed using standard SAS techniques, and then, the data were further processed to generate acoustic templates for the target strength as a function of frequency and aspect angle. Results of the data processing from proud targets are presented. Finite element model (FEM) predictions of the scattering from an ordnance in the free field and proud on the interface are also discussed. A processing technique that separates an individual target’s response from nearby targets is also briefly discussed. [Research supported by the SERDP and the ONR.]