(2) Representative DODIC's within each category.
c. Specific storage categories are defined in Figure 1 below.
Figure 1. Field storage categories
NOTE: Lesson learned concerning the storage of small-arms ammunition. Field experience has shown
that it is a good "operational call" to place small arms ammunition at those FSU's containing each type
of munitions comprising the stockage objective. For example, when a 155mm unit requires issue of
complete rounds, they will also require machine gun ammunition. Why not, within the FSUs storing
Category B, position assets of caliber .50 ammunition? This procedure will reduce issue time to the
user, and allow for a "one stop issue point".
NOTE: Refer to the stockage list (Figure 2) to complete the following review. The first item is a
7.62mm Ball Cartridge. Remember-small arms ammunition can be stored with any category of
ammunition. If you look at the stockage list and you do not know what a certain item is (to classify it),
refer to TM 9-1300-206.
1. Fill in the FSCs for these 2 items:
a. 1315-00-498-6406-C276 Ctg, 81mm Smk, WP, w/fuze, PD, M524A6.
b. 1340-00-935-9257-H490, Rocket, High Explosive, 2.75 inch, MK40, MOD 3.
2. Which two items on the stockage list in Figure 2, page 4 (excluding small arms ammunition) can be