Ammo-108-DL Ammo Handlers (CERT) (4E-F27/645-F11 (DL))

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Description:  This course satisfies mandatory certification training and refresher training requirements for personnel whose responsibilities include conducting safe ammunition handling procedures at an Ammunition Supply Point (ASP) as prescribed by DoDI 5160.68, AR 385-10, and DA PAM 385-64. Course content includes a comprehensive review of safe ammunition handling procedures, as well as technical training in identifying vehicle inspection and ammunition transportation requirements and conducting the request, receipt, turn-in, and storage of training, operational-load, and combat-load munitions.

Audience:  Applicable students defined in AMC-R 350-4 and AMC-R 700-77 must submit a copy of their certificate of course completion to the installation G-3, or equivalent, for verification and issuance of an Ammunition Handlers Card (AHC); AHCs will be honored at all ASPs. Certification for this course is valid for two years.
NOTE: This course is rated FD3 and is not available to International Military Students.

Length: Approximately 4 hours (self-paced learning)

Special Information:  This course is a web-based (online) course. Students must have web access and a CAC card. Students must register through ATRRS for course credit. A high-speed Internet connection is recommended to complete the course. Students such as contractors without a CAC, Local Nationals, and non-Army personnel without a full-use CAC must receive sponsorship in the ICAM system in order to complete training in the Army Learning Management System (ALMS).

Prerequisites: None.

Course Topics:

  1. Ammunition Request Procedures
  2. Receiving Training Ammunition
  3. Receiving Combat Load Ammunition
  4. Transportation Requirements
  5. Malfunctioning Reporting
  6. Ammunition Turn-In Process
  7. Document Reconciliation Process