You will note that Chapter 3 covers conventional ammunition. Now turn to Chapter 3 and find the page
that lists boxed ammunition and components (not palletized) (See Figure 1-2). The items that you are to
inspect are listed under index number 3.
4. Listed under the column titled Igloo, Arch Type, you will find the storage drawing file number 4005-
1-2-3-4-14-22A 1000. Now that you know what storage drawing you require, look at the storage
drawing itself. The cover page of the drawing (See Figure 1-3) generally has the following information:
a. Title. Gives you the type of drawing (storage or outloading), and how the ammunition is packed.
b. Index. Gives you the item and page(s) number of what is inside the storage drawing.
c. Revision block.
(1) Revision that this drawing is made from.
(2) Drawing Number.
(a) Class: 19 is always assigned to ammunition.
(b) Division: 48 is always assigned to ammunition.
(c) Drawing number: Indicates the numerical sequence of a drawing within an ammunition
group, (d) File number: 1-2-3-4-14-22A 1000. The numeric designator tells us type of
magazine and type of loading.
(e) The number "1000" at the end of the file number identifies the specific drawing in a
d. You will notice on the storage drawing cover page (Figure 1-3), that a cautionary note states that
the general notes must be read prior to storage operations. Any special notes within the drawing must
also be read prior to storage operations.