d. SB 708-4, DOD Consolidated Ammunition Catalog. This document provides descriptive packaging,
storage, transportation, and management data for items in Federal Supply Group 13 (Ammunition). This
document has eight parts on microfiche; it requires a microfiche reader.
10. Safety references. As you have probably learned by now, safety is a major concern of all personnel working
in this mission area. It will be a function of your daily activities. You will note that all ammunition-related
publications stress safety. Several safety-related publications are provided for ammunition storage and
a. AR 385-64, Ammunition and Explosive Safety Standards, is the primary safety reference to be used by
the ammunition officer. It is tailored for the ammunition-related safety program. This AR implements
DOD Directive 6055.9 (Ammunition and Explosives Safety Standards).
(1) This AR is mandatory for use by all military (Active Army, Army National Guard, and Army Reserve
(2) It will be used at all U.S. Army Installations in CONUS and OCONUS.
(3) It will be used as a safety reference source document for standing operating procedures (SOP) and
other ammunition and explosives safety plans.
b. AMC Regulation 385-100, Safety Manual, is used at all AMC facilities. This document is:
(1) Mandatory for all AMC major and subordinate commands.
(2) It is much more expanded and/or detailed than the DOD Directive and/or AR, from which it was
(3) While this document is not a safety reference source document for NON-AMC organizations, it is
good reference material for detailed reports, studies, etc.
c. TM 9-1300-206, Ammunition and Explosives Standards.
(1) This TM has been formulated to provide safety standards and guidance for military activities involving
ammunition and explosives.
(2) It does not apply to AMC organizations and/or installations.
d. Other safety reference documents.
(1) AR 385-10, Army Safety Program.
(2) AR 385-40, Accident Reporting and Records.
(3) AR 385-64, Ammunition and Explosives Safety Standards.
(4) TB 700-2, Explosive Hazard Classification Procedures.
11. Storage references. These documents are used for the safe and efficient storage of ammunition. As stated
throughout this subcourse, safety is a major factor in the storage of ammunition and explosive items.