Written in English
|Contributions||Boger, Dan C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||62|
Optimal load lists of ordnance for the AE class ammunition ship. By John K. Rowland Download PDF (3 MB)Author: John K. Rowland. For a single cargo configuration, the T-ADC(X) should, at a minimum, carry % of either the T-AE 26 Class ammo load or the T-AFS 1 Class stores load. The majority of the cargo holds will be "multi-use" holds that can be easily converted from storing either ammunition or dry stores. Ammunition Ships keep the fleet supplied with ammunition and ordnance, independently or with other combat logistic ships. Ammunition is delivered by slings on ship-to-ship cables, and by helicopters. Mount Hood AE 11 - class. Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), personnel, Underwater Demolition Teams (UDT), and/or Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) personnel. Fuzes and Primers Note: This class includes only fuzes and primers for use in ammunition classified in Classes , , and Miscellaneous Ammunition Specialized Ammunition Handling and Servicing Equipment.
is contained in Navy Ammunition Logistics Codes, NAVAIR B/TWAA-ORD Ammunition Lot Number An ammunition lot is a quantity of ammunition. Non-Class 1 and non-regulated articles!1–8, page 1 Transportation of unexploded ordnance (UXO)!1–9, page 1 Chapter 2 Glossary, page 2 AMMONIUM-NITRATE-fuel oil mixture (ANFO)!2–1, page 2 AMMUNITION!2–2, page 2 AMMUNITION, ILLUMINATING, with or without burster, expelling charge or propelling charge!2–3, page 2 AMMUNITION. Return to HazMat Table menu at top of page. Further notes are below. Reference Sources. This data was compiled from the Hazardous Materials Table from the United States "Code of Federal Regulations" title 49 section which provides load restraint. The pallet measures 48 inches in length and 40 inches in width. It has a safe working load (SWL) of 4, pounds. It is a general-purpose pallet used primarily for.
tactical operations. It is the function of ammunition companies and modular ammunition platoons in the theater of operations to best support the operational plans of tactical commanders. Ammunition unit tactical-level operations include activities necessary to support and win in combat as well as activities that precede and follow them. Contents—Continued Criteria for Non-DOD Explosives Activities (AE Operations and Storage) on U.S. Army Garrisons or installations † 8–10, page 64 Subdivision of explosives quantities † 8–11, page 65 Interpolation and extrapolation † 8–12, page 65 Measuring distance † 8–13, page 65 Ammunition and explosives risk † 8–14, page 66 Blast considerations † 8–15, page a Hazard Class 1 due to an overriding predominant hazard of another class. These items with an overriding predominant hazard (e.g. ) will still display a Storage Compatibility Group (SCG) code. This SCG code is provided to assist in the storage of the item with other Hazard Class 1 items only and is to be ignored for transportation purposes. This manual is intended to provide ammunition and explosives handlers the information necessary to safely perform ammunition and explosives operations and fully support the operational requirement. The primary focus of ammunition and explosives safety is to reduce the probability and limit the damage caused by unintended initiation.