This is the first of two subcourses on the inspection by a military ammunition inspector of vehicles used
to haul ammunition. It covers the inspection of motor vehicles. The second subcourse on inspection of
vehicles used to haul ammunition, MM3671, covers the inspection of railroad cars, milvans, and
As an ammunition inspector, you must know how to inspect a motor vehicle before it is loaded with
ammunition and be able to detect and record correctly all deficiencies on DD Form 626 (Motor Vehicle
Inspection). You must know how to select the correct outloading drawings and use them for loading a
motor vehicle with ammunition. You must know how to perform an inspection of a loaded motor vehicle
at its origin and at its destination, approve or reject the vehicle, and complete the DD Form 626. You
must also know how to prepare a DD Form 836 (Special Instructions for Motor Vehicle Drivers) for the
drivers of motor vehicles hauling ammunition over public roads. All of these things are covered in the
three lessons of this subcourse.
There are no supplementary requirements in material or personnel for this subcourse. You will need
only this book and will work without supervision.
Five credit hours will be awarded for the successful completion of this subcourse-a score of at least 70
on the end-of-subcourse examination.