The questions that follow will test your grasp of the material covered in this lesson. There is only one correct
answer for each question. When you have completed the exercise, check your answers against the answer key
that follows. If you answer any question incorrectly, study again that part of the lesson that pertains to the area in
which your answer was incorrect.
1. When may you make repairs to a wooden ammunition box without removing the contents?
When markings need to be retouched or bands on the box need to be replaced.
When a handle needs to be replaced on the box.
When the hardware on the box is damaged.
When the wood on the box is split and needs to be repaired.
2. While inspecting a fiber container, you find that the tape seal is damaged. What must you do?
Open the container and remove the contents.
Open the container and inspect the contents for damage.
Open the container and destroy the contents.
Open the container and replace the contents.
3. You determine that a fiber container is unacceptable. Which end must you open first in order to remove
the contents for inspection?
The lighter end of the container.
The heavier end of the container.
The damaged end of the container.
The bonded end of the container.
4. You determine that you will have to take a wooden ammunition box apart in order to repair the end of it.
What must you do?
Remove the contents before you take the box apart.
Open the box and inspect the fiber containers for damage.
Replace the box with a serviceable one.
Take the box apart and then repair it.
5. During your inspection of a wooden ammunition box, you see that the lead-wire seal is missing. What
must you do?
Open the box and inspect the contents.
Install a new lead-wire seal; inspection of contents is not necessary.
Replace the box.
Set the box and contents aside for disposal.