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Ammo-45-DL Introduction to Ammunition (9E-F67/920-F35 (DL))

Ungraded knowledge checks are distributed throughout the content to provide students with immediate feedback about their level of understanding in each topic. Graded multiple choice questions are provided at the end of each lesson. 75% of these must be answered correctly to continue in the course. After three unsuccessful attempts on the same, individual assessment, the course will be marked as unsuccessful.
 
Description: This course satisfies mandatory certification and refresher training requirements for personnel directly involved in hands-on exposure to A&E items and/or operations as prescribed by DoD 5160.68, AR 385-10, and DA PAM 385-64. Course content includes a review of regulatory guidance applicable to the safe conduct of A&E operations, as well as a comprehensive review of A&E classes and characteristics and safe handling procedures and explosives safety requirements for the receipt, storage, maintenance, demilitarization, and issue of ammunition at U.S. Army installations.

Audience:  U.S. Army CP-20 Quality Assurance Specialists, Ammunition Surveillance (QASAS), U.S. Army CP-12 Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) professionals with explosives safety responsibilities requiring completion of Level 1 Certification, ammunition area and operation supervisors and planners, ammunition handling and operating personnel, personnel who prepare, review, or recommend approval of site plans, personnel who handle or manage waste military munitions, personnel who monitor the safety of contractors handling ammunition and explosives, and additional personnel requiring A&E safety related training as prescribed by DoD 5160.68, AR 385-10, and DA PAM 385-64.

Length: Approximately 12 hours (self-paced learning)

Special Information: This course is mandatory functional training for CP-20 QASAS personnel. It is also required to achieve Level 1 Certification for CP-12 safety professionals who have explosives safety responsibilities. This course is a web-based (online) course. Students must have web access, a CAC card, and an AKO account. Students must register through ATRRS for course credit. A high-speed Internet connection is recommended to complete the course.

Prerequisites: None.

Course Topics:

  1. Ammunition
  2. Operational Safety
  3. Storage and Facilities
  4. Transportation Requirements