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  • ELLEN GILG
22/1/2023 12:03 PM

Would anyone have training slides/briefings for the Amnesty Program? I'm also looking for slides to train personnel on identifying the difference between munitions when issuing, verifying and accounting for different SAA ; 9MM Ball to 9MM Hollow Point etc..  Thank you - Ellen Gilg



JACQUELINE GARCIA2/7/2023 3:50 PMNo
  
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  • ANDREW CZAPLICKI
41/30/2023 3:33 PM

Is there a regulation or DA PAM that outlines who is authorized to shoot training munitions (e.g. not operational rounds)? We are planning a family day at the range IAW DA PAM 385-63, Chap. 2-3(b), but there's no mention of munitions. We can shoot on the range, we can use army weapons, but there's no provision that states that we can/can't use army-provided munitions in the army-provided weapons. I have a sinking feeling that shooting civilian-grade/procured munitions is not a good idea, but I need to find an AR that says civilians can use training munitions.

dau04271005502/7/2023 2:04 PMNo
  
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  • Walter Jenkins
21/26/2023 2:10 AM

​In light of the EXORD 111-23 that HQDA put out in December directing a complete overhaul of the light box management situation at ASA's, we are putting together a box marking class here at our ASA. I am looking for a good pictoral example of a regulation light box (IAW MILS STD 129R) and what it should look like for the class. Would appreciate any pictures that anyone can share or a reference I can go to for these pictures. Thanks

Walter Jenkins1/27/2023 2:53 AMNo
  
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  • THEODORE MCHUGH
312/21/2022 10:23 PM

Page 121 of DA Pam 385-64 references applying table 8-35 and table 8-36 when measuring distances for aircraft, runways and taxiways.

d. Measurement of separation distances. In applying table 8–35 and table 8–36 distances will be measured as follows:

Table 8-34 of the Pam also references Table 8-35 and Table 8-36.

Table 8–34

HD 1.1 QD for military aircraft parking areas NEW in pounds Distance (D=30W1/3) in feet for targets listed in table 8–35 NEW in pounds Distance (D=30W1/3) in feet for targets listed in table 8–35

Table 8–35 is for ships, piers, and anchorages: "Measurement of separation distances for ships, piers, and anchorages"

Table 8–36 is also for ships:  "Quantity-distance for maritime prepositioning ships"

 

Is this incorrect and has it been identified already?  The DA Pam does not match the DESR


ROBERT LINN1/9/2023 5:28 AMNo
  
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  • JEFFREY HANNAN
312/8/2022 12:51 PM

​Just reaching out to ask, is there a revision on the Horizon for this instruction (19-48-4231/55) to include the DA71 and NIINS?  Also,  Can anyone direct me to a POC to discuss COAI's ( Combination of Adopted Items) Thank you

JEFFREY HANNAN12/15/2022 12:47 PMNo
  
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  • dau21099000156
112/6/2022 4:18 AM

Requesting a CAPAULDI for a GBU-38 if possible. Is there a drawing or guidance ? For a side loading ISO. Please e-mail me at vattanak.kang@us.af.mil for any questions or concerns. 

LAURA FIEFFER12/6/2022 9:37 AMNo
  
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  • ROSARIO SANCHEZ
311/15/2022 1:59 AM

​All, I am looking for a PowerPoint/PDF presentation for how to order the fins restrainer band and EMR shields for the 2.75 In rockets. I also would like to know if there is a NSN for the fins restrain that looks like soda can without any ends. Thank you. My email. leslie.l.sanchez2.civ@army.mil





ROSARIO SANCHEZ11/18/2022 1:21 AMNo
  
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  • ROBERT CHENARD
011/4/2022 3:16 PM

​Anyone have an explainer on storage and handling of ceremonial rounds? 

(wasn't there a "munitions newsletter" about that not long ago?)

I'm wondering if there is something already developed that the rotating honor guard teams could use as a safety review for when it is finally their turn to fire the canon...

11/4/2022 3:16 PMNo
  
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  • REZA MOGHADAM
210/27/2022 3:54 PM

​I need to have refrence or check if ammunition bunkers need to have explosion proof lights and conduits. I also need to find a refrence regarding light level in ammunition bunkers. 

ROBERT CHENARD11/1/2022 10:32 AMNo
  
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  • JEFFREY HANNAN
110/28/2022 12:20 PM

​Does anyone know when the next revision for this instruction is being published?  Drawing 13065801 (Combination of Adopted Items) calls out this as the Unitization Procedure, however, the Revision 5 does not show the DODIC "DA67"

jeffrey.m.hannan.civ@us.navy.mil

Thanks in advance! 

LAURA FIEFFER10/31/2022 7:54 AMNo
  
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  • MICHAEL LIMA
09/22/2022 1:07 PM

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.

The website: 

https://blastradius.swf.army.mil/

Send an email if you want more information and POCs.
On global: CW3 Lima, Michael 


9/22/2022 1:07 PMNo
  
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  • ELLEN GILG
26/13/2022 6:54 PM

​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?

BRENT DUBOIS9/20/2022 1:07 PMNo
  
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  • PAUL INMAN
29/18/2022 2:37 AM

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​

BRENT DUBOIS9/20/2022 12:41 PMNo
  
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  • dau22230002296
39/7/2022 3:38 PM

​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.

JOSHUA WUSTNER9/20/2022 11:05 AMNo
  
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  • MICHAEL LIMA
08/15/2022 10:06 AM

https://armypubs.army.mil/ProductMaps/PubForm/Details.aspx?PUB_ID=1025440

8/15/2022 10:06 AMNo
  
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  • JEFFREY HANNAN
23/24/2022 3:44 PM

​Quick Question, 

19-48-4116-38A Revision 4 Contains DODIC CA03/ NSN1315-01-417-8440 ( Which the Army is still Primary Inventory Control Activity on)   Revision 5 DELETED this DODIC/NSN.  I am proposing that this instruction publish a Revision 6 returning the CA03/ NSN 1315-01-417-8440 and also adding the CA03 / NSN 1315-01-659-8706.

OR... Please point me in the direction of the correct packaging instruction for a Cartidge , 120 Millimeter, M929.


Thank You!

JEFFREY HANNAN5/24/2022 4:09 PMNo
  
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  • dau0628400327
34/25/2022 5:40 PM

​TP-15 and the Reduced QD magazine guide describe the arcs for reduced QD magazines (like the CETASM and Advanced EOD ARMAG).  However, when I am siting these ARMAGS within the QD Arcs of a ASP, as an Exposed Site, do I calculate them as an AGM (K4.5 to ECM, for example)?  Or can I site them closer, like the HPM at K1.5?

JACQUELINE GARCIA5/9/2022 12:10 PMNo
  
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  • MICHAEL LIMA
05/2/2022 4:17 PM

​ALARACT 025/2022 

ARMS, AMMUNITION, AND EXPLOSIVES ACCOUNTABILITY AND LOSS AND RECOVERY REPORTING

https://armypubs.army.mil/ProductMaps/PubForm/Details.aspx?PUB_ID=1024848

5/2/2022 4:17 PMNo
  
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  • dau22062000506
24/20/2022 3:21 PM

​My team and I are trying to find the AR/PAM/etc on a line by line filling of the DA Form 1687 for ASP/ASA. We have the new AIN about SIGNATURES. 

Can anyone provide and example External SOP from your operation? 

Thank you in advance.

dau08121001944/26/2022 7:37 AMNo
  
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  • dau22006000386
14/12/2022 12:36 PM

​Is there a regulation that describes how to properly fill out a 3020-R? I have gone through AR 710-2, DA PAM 710-2-1, DA PAM 700-2-2, as well as DA PAM 700-16. All i have been able to find is them saying that there needs to be one on any ammunition being stored for over 24 hours.

MICHAEL LIMA4/13/2022 11:33 AMNo
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