Circle the letter of the correct answer to each question.
1. How many inches of airspace must be maintained between the top stack of ammunition and the
cover of an A-frame storage site?
At least 10 inches.
At least 14 inches.
At least 16 inches.
At least 18 inches.
2. How many inches of dunnage are required for the outdoor storage of ammunition?
At least one inch.
At least two inches.
At least three inches.
At least four inches.
3. What must you do to determine that the explosive limits of a magazine has not been exceeded?
Compare the weight with the listed weight of the magazine from the last inspection report.
Check the storage plan.
Calculate the net explosive weight.
Check the applicable ammunition storage drawing.
4. How should ammunition be stacked in an ammunition storage area?
By lot number with the nomenclature facing up and outward.
By type of ammunition.
Four boxes across a pallet and six boxes high.
Five boxes across a pallet and four boxes high.
5. What is maintained around an outdoor storage pad to prevent excessive water damage to
A 50-foot firebreak.
A 100-foot firebreak.
Recheck your answers to the review exercises. When you are satisfied that you have answered
every question to the best of your ability, check your answers against the exercise solutions. If you
missed two or more questions, you should retake the entire lesson, paying particular attention to the
areas in which your answers were incorrect.