ANSWER KEY AND FEEDBACK
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B. An explosive munition that fails to arm, or fails to explode after being armed.
A dud is an explosive munition that fails to arm as intended, or fails to explode after
being armed and fired (page 1-2).
D. The Commander, US Army Armament, Munitions and Chemical Command.
The Commander, AMCCOM, will take the following actions: issue suspension or
restriction notices to all commanders of major Army commands (MACOMs) (page 1-4).
C. A malfunction that resulted in damaged major equipment.
Class B malfunctions are those that result in damage to major equipment...(page 1-2).
A. The local ammunition officer.
The local ammunition officer will take the following actions: Gather the data required
for the preliminary report. Submit the preliminary report immediately by telephone,
C. The DA investigation team for malfunctions (DAITM).
The DAITM is authorized to conduct an in-depth, on-site inquiry to determine the
conditions, the chain of events, and the probable cause of the malfunction in order to
initiate corrective action Army-wide (page 1-5).
B. For 90 days.
All fragments and residue will be kept for 90 days after the malfunction (page 1-6).
C. Within 10 days of the reported malfunction.
A detailed report bearing the same report number as the preliminary report, along
with any available pictorial evidence, will be submitted within 10 days of the reported
malfunction (page 1-7).
D. Until disposition instructions are received from AMCCOM or MICOM.
The local ammunition officer...will take the following actions: Locally suspend the
affected lot of ammunition until disposition instructions are received from the US
Army Armament, Munitions, and Chemical Command (AMCCOM) or the US Army
Missile Command (MICOM) (page 1-3).
Check the form you completed against the completed DA Form 4379-R shown on
pages 1-26 and 1-27.