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C. To reduce congestion.
Vehicle holding areas are established in the ASP to reduce congestion and confusion (page 4,
A. Reduces internal road net needs.
To reduce internal road net needs is one advantage. The others are: reduced transportation
needs, greatly improved security and greatly reduced real estate requirements. (page 8, para
D. 550 meters.
The ammunition sling-out area must be located near the ASP, but for safety reasons it is
located at least 550 meters from inhabited buildings and the nearest storage location. (page 5,
B. One way roads.
Although the roads in the ASP should be wide enough for trucks to pass when another
vehicle is being loaded, for safety all roads in the ASP are one way (page 2, para 10.a).
A. Destroy unserviceable ammunition.
A specific area is identified for the destruction of unserviceable ammunition. This is the
Demolition area (page 4, para c.(6)).
A. Amount of ammunition needed to support units in your area of responsibility for the required
number of days.
The amount the ammunition stocks stored at each ASP is determined by the needs of the units
you are assigned to support (page 12, para e).
D. Any Category.
Small arms ammunition, except bulk-packed incendiaries and tracers, may be stored with any
category (page 14, para a.(4)).
B. Sections, FSUs, and Stacks.
ASPs are subdivided into sections, FSUs, and stacks (page 5, para d(1)).
C. Area storage system.
Area storage system is arranged in checkerboard fashion (page 5, para d(1)).
D. 122 meters.
122 meters must separate one magazine from another when using the barricaded above-
ground magazine system (page 6, para (4)).