e. Navy, Marine Corps:
Naval Ordnance Station
Technical Documents Department
Louisville, KY 40214-5001
Drawings must also be used when performing renovation of ammunition. Renovation operations are too
dangerous, and should not be handled haphazardly. The renovator must be absolutely sure of his ground
at all times. He might be drilling booster cavities, removing set screws, defuzing, deboostering, or
performing other equally hazardous operations. Therefore, he must have an accurate guide to tell him in
detail how to handle the material and the assigned job.
Surveillance personnel must depend on the accuracy of ammunition drawings, and he must learn to read
them, to understand them, and to use them at all times. Sources of AMC Ammunition Drawing numbers
a. Ammunition Data Card (DD Form 1650) (See Figure 1-1.) This form is initiated by the
manufacturer when the item has been completely assembled. It will remain with the ammunition by lot
number throughout the life cycle of the item. The DD Form 1650 is an easily referenced record. It is
the initial history of a lot of ammunition and explosive material. It may be a serially numbered complete
guided missile which contains all required data pertaining to each lot of the item. Space 9 of the form
will give you the basic drawing number, and the revision number if applicable. Space 10 will give you
the basic specification number and revision date. Space 23 and 23a will give you all the information
about the components in the item such as component's name, drawing number, model number,
manufacturer, date of manufacture, and lot number for each component.
b. DOD Consolidated Ammunition Catalog (Fiche) may also be used to determine the basic
drawing number pertaining to an item. This information is found in Section V (Identification). The
drawing numbers are listed with each item.
c. Complete round charts (AMC Pamphlets 700 series):
(1) AMCP 700-3-1; Propellant Actuated Devices. Figure 1-2 contains basic source data for the
items of propellant and cartridge actuated devices which are currently in the supply system. It lists
drawing numbers of complete assembly, metal parts, cartridge, packing drawing numbers for inner and
outer packaging, and also complete assembly for inner and outer packaging drawings.
(2) AMCP 700-3-3 (Artillery Ammunition and Fuzes) (See Figure 1-3), contains data for the
items of conventional artillery ammunition currently in the supply system. It lists drawing numbers for
complete assemblies, projectile assembly, fuze, cartridge case, and packing assembly.
(3) AMCP 700-3-5 (Grenades, Mines, Pyrotechnics, Rockets, Rocket Motors, and Demolition
Material) (See Figure 1-4). It contains basic source data for the items of conventional grenades, mines,
pyrotechnics, rockets, rocket motors, and demolition material currently in the supply system. It lists
drawing numbers for complete assemblies, component parts assemblies, charge assembly, and packing.