ACCs are designated as ACC-A through ACC-N (excluding I) as shown in Table 2-1. Note that ACCs are
divided into three main groups-serviceable, unserviceable, and suspended. ACC-A through ACC-D are used for
serviceable munitions, ACC-E through ACC-H are used for unserviceable munitions, and ACC-J through ACC-N
are used for suspended munitions. Ammunition items are occasionally classified as ACC-P, which indicates
salvage materials and inert components.
As an ammunition officer, operations officer, accountable officer, or ASP commander, you do not need to
remember detailed information on each ACC. However, it is extremely important for you to know the summary
information given in Table 2-1.
Table 2-1. Ammunition condition codes (ACCs).
Suspended or Restricted Munitions
It is critically important that ammunition items with suspected or confirmed defects that present a safety hazard
during firing, handling, transportation, or storage are expeditiously suspended from further issue until the hazard
has been corrected. The suspension and restriction program is managed by AMCCOM and MICOM, and applies
to ammunition that has been suspended or restricted worldwide. It does not include ammunition that has been