Shape and Physical Features, 7
Color Code, 7
Loading Method, 15
Additional Identifying Features, 17
Artillery Ammunition Packing, 19
60mm Mortar Ammunition, 20
81mm Mortar Ammunition, 24
4.2-inch (107mm) Mortar Ammunition, 27
Mortar Ammunition Packing, 29
Chemical Hand Grenades, 40
Illuminating Hand Grenades, 41
Practice Hand Grenades, 41
Antipersonnel (apers) Mines, 41
Antitank (at) Mines, 44
Practice Mines, 47
Chemical Land Mines, 47
Grenades Fuzes, 48
Mine Fuzes, 48
Mortar and Artillery Fuzes, 50
Demolition Charges, 62
Priming and Initiating Materials, 66
Demolition Kits, 69
Illumination Pyrotechnics, 71
Signaling Pyrotechnics, 72
Simulator Pyrotechnics, 75
In the preceding subcourse (MM2597), you learned how to interpret ammunition markings and color codes. Now suppose, for example, a using unit turns in ammunition that has been removed from its original containers and there are no markings or the markings have been obliterated. How are you going to determine what the ammunition is? If the color code paint is still present, you may know that it is high-explosive ammunition; but how can you tell if it is a mortar round, a rocket, or an artillery projectile?
Positive identification of ammunition is of vital importance to an ammunition specialist. If you issue the wrong ammunition item or place the wrong types of ammunition together in a storage stack, the results could be disastrous. This subcourse is designed to teach you methods of quick identification by type and use (by physical characteristics) of all types of ammunition items.
093-400-1100, Identify Fuzes.
093-400-1101, Identify Artillery Ammunition.
093-400-1102, Identify Mortar Ammunition.
093-400-1103, Identify Small Arms Ammunition.
093-400-1104, Identify Grenades.
093-400-1105, Identify Mines.
093-400-1106, Identify Small Guided Missiles.
093-400-1107, Identify Demolition Material.
093-400-1108, Identify Pyrotechnics.
093-400-1109, Identify Rockets.
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