The following items will test your grasp of the material covered in this lesson. There is only one correct
answer for each item. When you have completed the exercise, check your answers with the answer
key that follows. If you answered any item incorrectly, study again that part of the lesson which
contains the portion involved.
When a unit receives a notice of an incoming shipment, which documents are compared to the
B. The stock records.
C. The shipping documents.
D. The Magazine Data Cards.
Which part of TM 9-1300-206 references storage compatibility groups (SCGs) and quantity-
distance (QD) classes?
A. Appendix 2.
B. Appendix 7.
C. Table 2-10.
D. Table 5-21.
When preparing a storage plan, which of the following documents must be included?
A. A Magazine Data Card.
B. An Ammunition Stores Slip.
C. A planograph.
D. An SOP.
What increment are planographs usually scaled to?
A. 15 feet.
B. 10 feet.
C. 5 feet.
D. 1 foot.
Use Figure 3-3, the Appendix at the back of this subcourse, and the following scenario to answer
Questions 5 through 8. You have received an XBT card indicating that you will be receiving a shipment
of 20 pallets of ammunition, 105mm, HE, C444, NSN 1315-00-028-4841, Lot F08-1. You decide to
store this shipment in magazine C2.
According to SB 708-4, what is the index number for this item?
How many rounds are there per pallet for this item?