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A. AR 385-64.
AR 385-64, Ammunition and Explosive Safety Standards, is the primary safety reference to be
used by the ammunition officer (page 8, para 10.a.).
C. TM 43-0001-28.
If you require specific information or data on a particular ammunition item/round, you should refer
to the TM 43 series manuals...TM 43-0001-28, Army Data Sheets for Artillery Ammunition (Guns,
Howitzers, Mortars...)(page 5, para 9.b.(2)).
B. TM 9-1300-206.
TM 9-1300-206 is used to assist in the development of the ammunition storage facility, including
the determination of quantity-distance for the Class V items stored in the facility (page 9, para
D. This drawing applies to the class and division of the series.
Each drawing is listed by a specific drawing file number. Example: 19-48-1-2-3-4-14-22PM1003.
NOTE: The 19-48 identifies the class and division of the series (page 9, para 11.b.(2)).
B. FM 9-6.
FM 9-6 is used by ammunition support units at the retail level (page 9, para 11.c.(2)).
C. DA Pam 710-2-1.
DA Pam 710-2-1 is used for preparing the DA Form 581-the primary document for issue and turn-
in of ammunition (page 13, para 14.a).