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Correct Answer and Feedback
A. Minimum allowable distance which must be maintained between different FSCs of
Quantity-Distance (QD) is the minimum distance that must be maintained between
different FSCs of ammunition (page 8, para 2).
B. Sections, FSUs, and stacks.
ASPs are ideally broken down into three sections ...FSUs are subdivisions of a section
...there must be at least two stacks in an FSU (page 6, para 1).
C. On the ammunition needed by supported units for the first one to three days of war.
ASPs must store approximately a one- to three-day supply of ammunition to meet
routine, surge, and emergency requirements for supported units (page 2,
D. Any category.
Small arms cartridges (except bulk-packed tracer and incendiary) may be stored with
any field storage category (page 2, para 2.a.(6)).
A. 99 feet. (page 13, Figure 8).
There are seven storage categories (A thru G) for conventional ammunition (page 2,