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REFERENCES

SOURCES USED

The following sources are quoted or paraphrased in this publication.

AIS Manual 25-L6F-AJA-ZZZ-EM. Standard Army Ammunition System Modernization (SAAS-MOD). 1 November 1995.*

AR 75-15. Responsibilities and Procedures for Explosive Ordnance Disposal. 1 November - 1978.

AR 190-11. Physical Security of Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives. 30 September 1993.

AR 200-1. Environmental Protection and Enhancement. 23 April 1990.

AR 200-2. Environmental Effects of Army Actions. 23 December 1988.

AR 381-26. (S) Army Foreign Materiel Exploitation Program (U). 27 May 1991.

AR 385-10. The Army Safety Program. 23 May 1988.

AR 385-40. Accident Reporting and Records. 1 November 1994.

AR 385-64. Ammunition and Explosives Safety Standards. 22 May 1987.

AR 710-1. Centralized Inventory Management of the Army Supply System. 1 February 1988.

AR 710-2. Inventory Management Supply Policy Below the Wholesale Level. 31 January 1992.

DA Pamphlet 385-1. Small Unit Safety Officer/NCO Guide. 22 September 1993.

FM 5-250. Explosives and Demolitions. 15 June 1992.

FM 9-13. Ammunition Handbook. 4 November 1986.

FM 9-15. Explosive Ordnance Disposal Service and Unit Operations. 8 May 1996.

FM 19-30. Physical Security. 1 March 1979.

FM 20-400. Military Environmental Protection. October 1996.

FM 54-30. Corps Support Groups. 17 June 1993.

FM 55-2. Division Transportation Operations. 31 January 1985.

FM 63-3. Corps Support Command. 30 September 1993.

FM 63-4. Combat Service Support Operations-Theater Army Area Command. 24 September - 1984.

FM 63-11. Logistic Support Element. October 1996.

FM 100-5. Operations. 14 June 1993.

FM 100-7. Decisive Force: The Army in Theater Operations. 31 May 1995.

FM 100-10. Combat Service Support. 30 October 1995.

FM 100-16. Army Operational Support. 31 May 1995.

FM 100-27. US Army/US Air Force Doctrine for Joint Airborne and Tactical Airlift Operations. 31 January 1985.

FM 101-10-1/2. Staff Officers Field Manual-Organizational, Technical, and Logistical Data, Planning Factors (Volume 2). 7 October 1987.

Military Munitions Rule. Federal Register, 40 CFR, Part 260. 12 February 1992.

SB 742-1. Ammunition Surveillance Procedures. 12 November 1990.

STANAG 2034 (Edition 4). Land Forces Procedures for Allied Supply Transactions. 20 December 1982.

STANAG 2135 (Edition 3). Procedures for Emergency Logistic Assistance. 12 February 1982.

STANAG 2827 (Edition 2). Materials Handling in the Field. 12 February 1980.

STANAG 2829 (Edition 2). Materials Handling Equipment. 20 March 1978.

STANAG 2834 (Edition 2). The Operation of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal TechnicalInformation Centre (EODTIC). 26 March 1990.

STANAG 2928 (Edition 3). Land Forces Ammunition Interchangeability Catalog in Wartime. 9 June 1995.

STANAG 2961 (Edition 1). Classes of Supply of NATO Land Forces. 11 December 1984.

TB 9-1300-278. Guidelines for Safe Response to Handling, Storage, and Transportation Accidents Involving Army Tank Munitions or Armor Which Contain Depleted Uranium. 21 July 1996.

TB 9-1300-385. Munitions Restricted or Suspended. 1 September 1996.

TC 5-400. Unit Leaders' Handbook for Environmental Stewardship. 29 September 1994.

TM 9-1300-206. Ammunition and Explosives Standards. 30 August 1973.

TM 9-1300-250. Ammunition Maintenance. 25 September 1969.

TM 43-0002-33. Destruction of Conventional Ammunition and Improved Conventional Munitions (ICM) to Prevent Enemy Use. 15 November 1993.

TOE 09408L000. HQs, Modular Ammo Ordnance Company.

TOE 09433L000. Ordnance Company, Ammo PLS/MOADS, CSA.

TOE 09483L000. Ordnance Company, Ammo (MOADS) DS.

TOE 09484L000. Ordnance Company, Ammo DS (PLS/MOADS).

TOE 09488L000. Ordnance Company, Ammo, Conv, GS.

TOE 09503LA00. Modular Ammo Ordnance, Medium Lift Platoon.

TOE 09503LB00. Modular Ammo Ordnance, Heavy Lift Platoon.

TOE 09662L000. HHD, Ordnance Group, Ammo.

TOE 09666L000. HHD, Ordnance Battalion (Ammo) DS/GS.

Unit Supply Update 2-14. 28 February 1994..

DOCUMENTS NEEDED

The following documents must be available to the intended users of this publication.

DA Form 285. U.S. Army Accident Report. January 1992.

DA Form 984. Munition Surveillance Report Descriptive Data of Ammunition Represented by Sample. June 1980

DA Form 2028. Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms. 1 February 1974.

DA Form 2415. Ammunition Condition Report. 1 December 1977.

DA Form 3020-R. Magazine Data Card. August 1989.

DA Form 3022-R. Army Depot Surveillance Record. May 1990.

DA Form 3023. Gage Record. 1 July 1965.

DA Form 3782. Suspended Notice. September 1971.

DA Form 4508. Ammunition Transfer Record. May 1976.

DD Form 250. Materiel Inspection and Receiving Report. November 1992.

DD Form 1575. Suspended Tag Materiel. October 1966.

DD Form 1575-1. Suspended Label Materiel. 1 October 1966.

DD Form 1650. Ammunition Data Card. September 1986.

SF Form 361. Transportation Discrepancy Report. March 1984.

SF Form 364. Report of Discrepancy (ROD). February 1980.

READINGS RECOMMENDED

The following readings contain relevant supplemental information.

AR 11-11. (C) War Reserves (U). 1 June 1985.

AR 40-13. Medical Support Nuclear/Chemical Accidents and Incidents. 1 February 1985.

AR 40-14. Occupational Ionizing Radiation Personnel Dosimetry. 30 June 1995.

AR 50-5. Nuclear and Chemical Weapons and Material Nuclear Surety. 3 October 1986.

AR 50-5-1. (C) Nuclear Weapon Security. 1991.

AR 50-6. Nuclear and Chemical Weapons and Material, Chemical Surety. 1 February 1995.

AR 55-203. Movement of Nuclear Weapons, Nuclear Components, and Related Classified Nonnuclear Materiel. 31 October 1974.

AR 55-228. Transportation by Water of Explosives and Hazardous Cargo. 30 April 1969.

AR 55-355. Defense Traffic Management Regulation. 31 July 1986.

AR 75-1. Malfunctions Involving Ammunition and Explosives. 20 August 1993.

AR 190-13. The Army Physical Security Program. 30 September 1993.

AR 190-40. Serious Incident Report. 30 November 1993.

AR 190-51. Security of Unclassified Army Property (Sensitive and Nonsensitive). 30 September 1993.

AR 190-59. Chemical Agent Security Program. 27 June 1994.

AR 380-67. The Department of the Army Personnel Security Program. 9 September 1988.

AR 385-11. Ionizing Radiation Protection (Licensing, Control, Transportation, Disposal, and Radiation Safety). 1 May 1980.

AR 725-50. Requisition, Receipt, and Issue System. 15 November 1995.

AR 735-5. Policies and Procedures for Property Accountability. 28 February 1994.

DA Pamphlet 710-2-1. Using Unit Supply System (Manual Procedures). 1 January 1982.

FM 3-100. Chemical Operations Principles and Fundamentals. 8 May 1996.

FM 5-100. Engineer Operations. 27 February 1996.

FM 6-20. Fire Support in the AirLand Battle. 17 May 1988.

FM 7-30. The Infantry Brigade. 3 October 1995.

FM 9-38. Conventional Ammunition Unit Operations. 2 July 1993.

FM 9-59. Maintenance Operations for Air Defense and Land Combat Weapons Systems. 8 March 1994.

FM 10-27. General Supply in Theaters of Operations. 20 April 1993.

FM 10-27-2. Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Quartermaster Direct Support Supply and Field Service Operations. 18 June 1991.

FM 10-67. Petroleum Supply in Theaters of Operations. 16 February 1983.

FM 19-1. Military Police Support for the AirLand Battle. 23 May 1988.

FM 21-16. Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Procedures. 30 August 1994.

FM 24-1. Signal Support in the AirLand Battle. 15 October 1990.

FM 41-10. Civil Affairs Operations. 11 January 1993.

FM 43-5. Unit Maintenance Operations. 28 September 1988.

FM 43-11. Direct Support Maintenance Operations (Nondivisional). 5 September 1991.

FM 43-12. Division Maintenance Operations. 10 November 1989.

FM 43-20. General Support Maintenance Operations. 10 November 1989.

FM 44-100. US Army Air Defense Operations. 15 June 1995.

FM 54-23. Materiel Management Center, Corps Support Command. 28 December 1984.

FM 54-40. Area Support Group. 3 October 1995.

FM 55-450-2. Army Helicopter Internal Load Operations. 5 June 1992.

FM 55-450-3. Multiservice Helicopter External Air Transport: Basic Operations and Equipment. 11 February 1991.

FM 55-450-4. Multiservice Helicopter External Air Transport: Single-Point Rigging Procedures. 11 February 1991.

FM 55-450-5. Multiservice Helicopter External Air Transport: Dual-Point Load Rigging Procedures. 11 February 1991.

FM 63-1. Support Battalions and Squadrons, Separate Brigades and Armored Calvary Regiment. 30 September 1993.

FM 63-2. Division Support Command, Armored, Infantry, and Mechanized Infantry Divisions. 20 May 1991.

FM 63-20. Forward Support Battalion. 26 February 1990.

FM 63-21. Main Support Battalion. 7 August 1990.

FM 71-100. Division Operations. 28 August 1996.

FM 90-2. Battlefield Deception. 3 October 1988.

FM 100-15. Corps Operations. 29 October 1996.

FM 100-17-1. Army Pre-Positioned Afloat Operations. 27 July 1996.

FM 100-20. Military Operations in Low Intensity Conflict. 5 December 1990.

FM 101-10-1/1. Staff Officers Field Manual Organizational, Technical and Logistical Data (Volume One). 7 October 1987.

SB 38-26. (C) Nonnuclear Ammunition Supply Rates (U). 20 April 1979.

TM 3-250. Storage, Shipment, Handling, and Disposal of Chemical Agents and Hazardous Chemicals. 7 March 1969.

TM 5-315. Firefighting and Rescue Procedures in Theaters of Operations. 20 April 1971.

TM 38-L06-10. Logistics Information System Overview Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS). 1 May 1980.

TM 38-L06-11-1. Functional Users Manual for Standard Army Ammunition System-1 (SAAS-1): Functional Procedures. 1 October 1980.

TM 38-L06-11-2. Functional Users Manual for Standard Army Ammunition System-1 (SAAS-1): Appendixes A, B, and C. 1 October 1980.

TM 38-L06-11-3. Functional Users Manual for Standard Army Ammunition System-1 (SAAS-1): Appendixes D thru J. 1 October 1980.

TM 38-L69-11. Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS) Level 4 Manual: System Stock Control Procedures. 30 September 1983.

PROJECTED PUBLICATIONS

The following manuals are scheduled for publication during the fiscal year specified:

FM 9-20. Technical Escort Operations. FY 97 (supercedes TC 9-20, Technical Escort - Operations, 3 October 1988.)

FM 20-400. Military Environmental Protection. FY 98.


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