We present a study of the velocity profiles of the v=l-0 S(1) transition of molecular hydrogen (H2) towards the star forming region of OMC-1. A three dimensional data cube is presented which displays the spatial distribution as well as the velocity structure of the H2 emission. A brief description of the data acquisition, reduction and analysis is given.
The three dimensional aspect of the data has allowed us to re-examine the kinematic nature of the region. The results reveal a number of isolated sources which posses asymmetric velocity profiles which can be modelled by bow C-shocks. The implication is that these sources are compact knots of material which were involved in some explosive event, possibly associated with the luminous source IRc2, and are ploughing into the dense molecular disk around IRc2. It is likely that these bullets are associated with those discovered by Allen & Burton (1993).