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AMC 19-48-Series Drawings for Ammunition Storage and Outloading are Here!
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Is a Web based application by the Army Software Factory, the blast radius is a Tactical Explosives Safety Risk Management tool designed to assist Army Ammunition Specialists with storing munitions.
Where do I find info on Explosive HAZARD / Chemical Sign requirement for outdoor open storage; size, visual placement location, size, durability, same symbol upon approach and leaving (instead of 2 different HAZARD signs) and should they be reflective? I wasn't sure if 49 CFR 172.519 applies?
I have tried to download the DD 2297 from both APD and the DOD site with no luck (wants me to update adobe). Can someone provide me with a clean form. Paul
Does any agency or organization have a method (forumula or algorythm) for computing storage space requirements in magazines? I've asked depot systems and USADACs and never got a clear answer. Mostly what I have received was "there is no standard, everyone does it differently" but no examples. Mostly what my team here does is compute the SQFT for a variety of dodics, and then divide available space by the SQFT reguirements, then tweak it for various known pallet size and cube - cross-checking againstt compatibility and type, and compare with drawings of like items - very slow methodical, tedious, drawn out. .
Does anyone have a formula (ie. Short Ton to CF) etc for Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM) purposes.
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