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. You are to touch up the paint on a semifixed projectile. Which markings or components must you cover
with masking tape?
The markings that are legible and the parts that should not be painted.
The identification marking band.
The detonation primer.
The projectile warhead.
2. May you remove rust or corrosion from the primer of a semifixed round?
Sometimes, depending on the amount of rust or corrosion.
Sometimes, if the rust or corrosion has not penetrated the cartridge case.
3. You are checking to see that the propelling charge increment bags inside a cartridge case are sequenced
in the correct order. What is the correct order?
a. Increment number 5 toward the mouth of the cartridge case and increment number 7 at the base of
the cartridge case.
b. There is no correct order as long as all seven increment bags are present.
c. In numerical order, with increment number 7 at the base of the cartridge case.
d. In numerical order, with increment number 1 at the base of the cartridge case.
4. You are inspecting the fuze well of a separate-loading projectile and find that the liner is missing. What
must you do?
Salvage a liner from another projectile to go in the fuze well.
Nothing; a liner is not necessary.
Replace the eyebolt lifting plug and set the projectile aside for further disposition.
Clean exudation from the fuze well, since the liner is missing.
5. As an MOS 55B ammunition specialist, which component or components of separate loading ammunition
are you authorized to inspect?
The body of the projectile and the fuze well.
The projectile and the propelling charge.
The propelling charge.
The propelling charge and the primer.