Figure 2-29. Extract of Table 5-5, TM 9-1300-206.
Figure 2-30. An example of a barricade between stacks.
Table 5-6 in TM 9-1300-206 provides minimum intermagazine distances for the common magazine
types. An extract of Table 5-6 is shown in Figure 2-31. To read this table, simply find the first type of
magazine in the left-hand column, then move across the top of the table to the second type of
magazine involved in your calculation. Do this for two standard, earth-covered, arch-type magazines
with their fronts unbarricaded. Reacting across and down to find the correct number (called the
intermagazine hazard factor), you find the numeral "9." You will use this number on Table 5-7 to
complete your calculation. An extract of Table 5-7 is shown in Figure 2-32.
Assume that you have 10,000 pounds NEW of class/division 1.1 munitions to store. On Table 5-7
(shown in Figure 2-32), read down the first two columns until you find "Not over