Figure 2-17. Extract of Table 5-7, TM 9-1300-206
Let's try another example of using tables 5-6 (fig. 2-16) and 5-7 (fig. 2-17). You have 950 pounds
NEW of class 1.1. You want to find the intermagazine distance required between an above ground
magazine (not earth-covered), unbarricaded, and a standard earth-covered arch-type magazine, front
unbarricaded. Using table 5-6 (fig. 2-16) go down the left side of the table until you find the block
marked "Above ground magazine (not earth-covered)." In the block to the right, find the word
unbarricaded. Now go across the top of the table until you find the block marked "Standard earth-
covered arch-type magazine." In the blocks below, find the one marked "Front unbarricaded." Where
the two lines intersect you will find the number 9. This is the intermagazine hazard factor that you will
have to apply to table 5-7 (fig. 2-17)."
Using table 5-7 (fig. 2-17) you can determine the required intermagazine distance based on the
NEW in storage plus the hazard factor you obtained from table 5-6 (fig. 2-16).