PART B - SELECT AND USE OUTLOADING DRAWINGS
1. Before selecting an ammunition outloading drawing, you must determine what transportation has
been selected to transport the ammunition and what munitions will be transported. Additionally you
must determine how the individual items are packed and if the boxes or containers are loose or
2. For this part of the lesson, let's say that you are to inspect a conventional box car that has been loaded
with boxed conventional ammunition on pallets and unitized with strapping. (Follow the same
procedures you did when selecting the storage drawing.)
a. As this is conventional ammunition, go to Chapter 3 of DA Pam 75-5 and find the item in the
item column. Boxed ammunition and components in palletized units, strapped is listed by index number
5. (See Figure 1-10.)
b. Listed under the column titled "Box Car" you find the outloading drawing 4115-5PA 1002.
c. In the file number 5PA 1002, the number "5" indicates a carloading drawing. (See Figure 1-4.)
d. The letters "PA" further identifies the commodity as being palletized boxed ammunition.
e. The number "1002" identifies the specific drawing in a numerical sequence.
3. See Appendix. The appendix will be used throughout this part of the lesson.
a. The title will give the type of drawing and how the ammunition is packed.
b. The index will give you the item and page(s) number of what is inside the outloading drawing.
c. The revision block will give you the date of the drawing and the current revision date.