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Ammunition Storage Operations

Ammunition Storage Operations

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This subcourse is designed to provide you with the information required to manage storage operations in the Zone of Interior. Upon completion of this subcourse you will be able to determine personnel and equipment requirements, direct ammunition logistical operations, and plan rewarehous
This subcourse is designed to provide you with the information required to manage storage operations in the Zone of Interior. Upon completion of this subcourse you will be able to determine personnel and equipment requirements, direct ammunition logistical operations, and plan rewarehous

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AMMUNITION STORAGE OPERATIONS
Subcourse Number MM0151
EDITION A

Missile and Munitions
United States Army Combined Arms Support Command
Fort Lee, Virginia 23801-1809

5 Credit Hours
Edition Date: August 1992
SUBCOURSE OVERVIEW

This subcourse is designed to provide you with the information required to manage storage operations in the Zone of Interior. Upon completion of this subcourse you will be able to determine personnel and equipment requirements, direct ammunition logistical operations, and plan rewarehousing operations.

There are no prerequisites for this subcourse.
This subcourse reflects the doctrine which was current at the time it was prepared. In your own work
situation, always refer to the latest official publications.
Unless otherwise stated, the masculine gender of singular pronouns is used to refer to both men and
women.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
ACTION:

You will identify procedures for managing ammunition storage operations, to include ammunition storage requirements, magazine area safety, and the storage of specific types of munitions.

CONDITION: You will require only the material contained in this subcourse.
STANDARD: To demonstrate competency of this task, you must achieve a minimum of 70% on the
subcourse examination.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Page
Subcourse Overview............................................................................................................................... ..i

Lesson: Ammunition Storage Operations.......................................................................... ....................1 Part A: Ammunition Storage Requirements................................................................ ..............2 Part B: Magazine Storage Area Safety................................................................................ .....8 Part C: Storage of Ammunition........................................................................................ .......16 Practice Exercise............................................................................................ .......................27 Answer Key and Feedback............................................................................. .......................30

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LESSON
AMMUNITION STORAGE OPERATIONS
Critical Task: 03-4010.01-0002
OVERVIEW
LESSON DESCRIPTION:
In this lesson you will learn to manage ammunition storage operations.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
ACTION:

Identify procedures for managing ammunition storage operations, including management of personnel, equipment, logistical operations, and safety precautions necessary to store various explosives and ammunition.

CONDITION:
You will require only the information contained in this subcourse.
STANDARD:
To demonstrate competency of this task, you must achieve a minimum of 70% on the
subcourse examination.
REFERENCES: The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following publications: AR
385-64, DA PAM 75-5, SB 708-4, TM 9-1300-206, FM 9-13, and FM 9-38.
INTRODUCTION

Conventional ammunition and explosives are products of war-they are manufactured primarily to kill and destroy. Ammunition is the dominant factor in determining the outcome of conventional combat. It is a critical component of fire and maneuver. Munitions have inherent hazards that affect all handling operations from time of manufacture until expended. Knowledge of these hazards dictates that ammunition and explosives must be handled, stored, and shipped in a manner that will afford optimum protection against deterioration, accidental ignition, and detonation.

The key to any successful operation is prior planning, especially when conducting ammunition storage operations. Upon the receipt of ammunition from other storage activities, turn-ins from using units, or during rewarehousing operations, you must be able to employ the essential elements of storage operations. Whether you are an ammunition storage officer at a Magazine Storage Area or a distribution depot, you will be required to prepare plans for storage operations. You will have to be familiar with reports and documentation, packaging and palletization, materials handling equipment (MHE), manpower, tools, and supplies in order to accomplish your assigned mission.

To begin this lesson, we will refresh your memory by discussing ammunition storage requirements. You have received previous instruction on ammunition storage requirements; here we will tie the different types of storage (magazine and outdoor) procedures together with safety when storing different types of munitions.

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