Aircrewmans Gunnery Manual [NAVAER 00-80S-40] - USAF

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1 All ordnance and ammunition necessary to support the ship’s fill allowance, mission load, and air wing training requirements will be ordered by the weapons department. The weapons officer shall ensure timely submission of ordnance and ammunition requisitions to meet planned operations. 12 (NOTAL). All requisitions for conventional ordnance and ammunition, not to be filled from in-theater assets, shall be sent to the Ships Parts Control Center. Include the inventory manager as an information addressee in requisitions for non-fleet assets sent via naval message.

Conventional ammunition is normally transferred on pallets in fleet issue unit loads. Transfer of palletized ordnance requires the use of special slings. For data on the configurations of palletized ordnance unit loads that have been authorized for transfer at sea, refer to MIL-STD 1323 (NOTAL) drawings and NAVSEA OP 3206 volumes I, II, and III. Ammunition ships carry pallet trucks for use by receiving ships in clearing pallets from landing areas. 2 Personnel Requirements. Personnel engaged in the transfer of ammunition shall be qualified and certified and shall observe all safety precautions while handling explosives.

Great emphasis must be placed on the safe and expeditious handling of munitions. 5 Palletized Ordnance. Conventional ammunition is normally transferred on pallets in fleet issue unit loads. Transfer of palletized ordnance requires the use of special slings. For data on the configurations of palletized ordnance unit loads that have been authorized for transfer at sea, refer to MIL-STD 1323 (NOTAL) drawings and NAVSEA OP 3206 volumes I, II, and III. Ammunition ships carry pallet trucks for use by receiving ships in clearing pallets from landing areas.

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