division or the field storage category, and the net explosive weight (NEW) or gross tonnage of each lot of
ammunition at the storage location. The information is normally annotated on the reverse side of the
planograph. The planograph must be updated after each receipt.
c. Storage Drawings. Storage drawings give the type of stacks, quantity of stacks, method of stacking, and
the bill of materials to be used for dunnage in the different types of storage structures. The storage
drawings should be consulted prior to determining where the munitions will be stored at a selected
storage location. This information can be found in AMC-19-48 Series Drawings. See Figure 5 for
examples of typical storage plans.
Figure 5. Typical storage plan for rectangular (standard) and igloo magazines