(7) Land mines.
(8) Demolition materials.
(11) Scatterable mines.
(12) Guided missiles.
(13) Propellant-actuated devices.
b. If you require specific information or data on a particular ammunition item/round, you should refer to the
TM 43 series manuals. These TMs are set up to address each end item as a data sheet. See Figure 3,
page 6; and Figure 4, page 7. There are eight separate 43 series publications devoted to ammunition
items. These TMs are:
(1) TM 43-0001-27.
Army Ammunition Data Sheets for Small Caliber Ammunition.
(2) TM 43-0001-28.
Army Data Sheets for Artillery Ammunition (Guns, Howitzers, Mortars, Recoilless
Rifles, Grenade Launchers and Artillery Fuzes.
(3) TM 43-0001-29.
Army Data Sheets for Grenades.
(4) TM 43-0001-30.
Army Data Sheets for Rockets, Rocket Systems, Rocket Fuzes, and Rocket
(5) TM 43-0001-36.
Army Data Sheets for Land Mines.
(6) TM 43-0001-37.
(7) TM 43-0001-38.
Army Data Sheets for Demolition Materials.
(8) TM 43-0001-39.
Army Data Sheets for Cartridge- Activated Devices.
c. The basic user's guide on ammunition is FM 9-13, Ammunition Handbook. This FM is intended to serve
as a ready reference for the ammunition specialists and supervisors assigned to ammunition units or
activities in the field. It provides data on ammunition service support. FM 9-13 is applicable during both
peacetime and wartime operations.
FM 9-13 covers safety and ammunition operations, including storage, maintenance, receipt, issue, turn-in,
transportation, and destruction of ammunition in field storage facilities. It covers day-to-day ammunition