16. What destruction priority is assigned to classified ammunition and associated components?
A. Priority 1.
B. Priority 2.
C. Priority 3.
D. Priority 4.
17. What storage category are bulk demolition items usually stored in?
A. Category A.
B. Category C.
C. Category E.
D. Category F.
18. Which blasting cap is used in a nonelectric firing system?
A. M6 nonelectric blasting cap.
B. M7 nonelectric blasting cap.
C. Any commercial nonelectric blasting cap.
D. M6 electric blasting cap.
19. What is the required length of time fuse for test burning?
A. Six inches.
B. One foot.
C. Three feet.
D. Two yards.
20. What is the mandatory waiting period before inspecting for nonelectric misfires?
A. The expected time of detonation.
B. 30 minutes.
C. 30 minutes plus the expected time for detonation.
D. One hour.
21. Where should a nonelectric blasting cap be crimped?
A. As close to the open end as possible.
B. As close to the closed end as possible.
C. Midway between the open end and the closed end.
D. One-eighth to one-quarter inch from the open end.
22. What equipment is used to test the continuity of the M6 electric blasting cap?
A. M32 and M34.
B. Galvanometer and M34.
C. M51 and galvanometer.
D. M51 and M32.
23. When securing an M6 blasting cap inside the cap well of a demolition block, what piece of equipment is
A. M1A4 priming adapter.
B. M8 blasting cap holder.
C. M1 detonating cord clip.
D. Detonating cord connector.
24. With which demolition materials is the M8 blasting cap holder provided?
A. M3 shaped charge.
B. M118 and M186 demolition charges.
C. M6 and M7 blasting caps.
D. Detonating cord.