c. The floor dunnage shall be positioned flush with the end panel at each end of the box when the
box length is 36 inches or less.
d. A third piece is required when the length of the box exceeds 36 inches and is placed at the center
of the box.
e. Floor dunnage may be random length material except that each piece must span a minimum of 3
boxes when the width is less than 24 inches or span a minimum of 2 boxes when the box width is 24
inches or more.
f. If the magazine floors are sloped, the wedges must be positioned as described for box position
13. Longitudinal dunnage 1 inch by 4 inches is required on all layers except post, camps and stations
which normally have rotating stacks on a 90 day authorization basis. ASP's may eliminate dunnage
between layers, except at every fourth layer. Two are required for each layer positioned parallel with
the side walls of magazine and flush with the end of boxes.
a. If the box length exceeds 36 inches a third piece of dunnage must be positioned at the center of
b. Lateral dunnage 1 inch by 4 inches is required every fourth layer placed near the edges of the
boxes and perpendicular to the side walls of the magazine.
c. Lateral dunnage may be of random length material except that each piece must span a minimum
of 3 boxes when the box length is less than 24 inches or span a minimum of 2 boxes when the box
length is 24 inches or more.
dunnage called unit stacks. (See Figure 1-9.)
a. A typical unit stack should have 4 inches by 4 inches short dunnage by the length required to
provide full bearing across the width of all boxes in the bottom layer.