Figure 4. Extract from DOD Consolidated Ammunition Catalog, Volume 7, Part VII, A-07,
Showing the NEW for a Particular Item When the Index Number Is Known.
Next, determine the quantity-distance (QD) hazard classification of the item by referring to
the tables in Chapter 5 of TM 9-1300-206. The ammunition in the example, cartridge, 105mm,
HE without fuze, is hazard classification 1 and is in division 1 in that classification. It falls under
"cartridge-heavy mortar, over 81mm (including 81mm M56), except chemical loaded." See
Figure 5. Then Table 5-5 from TM 9-1300-206 is used (Figure 6). The total NEW is 6,705
pounds, so the quantity distance on the line showing over 6,000 but not over 7,000 is used. It is
under the second "pounds of explosives" column. The temporary storage needs in this example
are as follows: If there are barricades, there must be 170 feet between the temporary storage
location and the demolition site. If there are no barricades, there must be 340 feet.
Figure 5. Extract from TM 9-1300-206, Table 5-3, Page 5-19, Showing Classification of
Cartridge, 105mm, HE, Without Fuze.