5. Further information about numeric designators may be found in Figure 1-4, Table 1 as is indicated in
the following list:
The number "1" indicates an igloo or arch type magazine drawing.
The number "2" indicates a standard above ground magazine drawing.
The number "3" indicates a box type magazine drawing.
The number "4" indicates a corbetta magazine drawing.
The number "14" indicates stradley magazine.
The number "22" indicates a oval arch magazine drawing.
6. An alphabetic designator identifies the type package or type of ammunition. (See Figure 1-4, Table
2.) For example, the letter "A" identifies the commodity as being packed in boxes.
7. As you can see by the storage drawing file number, the drawing can be used for inspecting four
different types of storage facilities that contain ammunition which is packed in wooden or metal boxes.
8. Now check the position of the boxed ammunition within the magazine and the method used to stack
it. There are four box positions that may be used for unpalletized boxes. Box position #1 is for cleated
boxes with cleats parallel to the side wall of the magazine. (See Figure 1-5.)
a. Special note #1 (Figure 1-5) states that floor dunnage may be of random length material.
However in magazines having sloping floors, dunnage joints will be centered on wedges as shown in the
positioning of wedges detail. Most igloo type magazines have sloping floors that will drop in height 1
1/2 inches from the center floor to each side of the magazine. This facilitates the drainage of any
moisture within the magazine.