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  1. Publications:
    OPNAVINST 8000.16
    Navy Ordnance Management
  2. Publications:
    NA 11-1F-2
    Bomb and Fuze manual.
  3. Publications:
    NA 11-5A-17
    Compatibility instructions bomb components
  4. Publications:
    NA 11-140-25
    Armament Weapons Support Equipment
  5. Publications:
    NA 11-140-5
    General Purpose Bombs
  6. Publications:
    NA 11-140-7
    pyrotechnics
  7. Publications:
    NA 11-140-9
    CBU/PBU
  8. Publications:
    NA 11-140-12
    Aircraft Rocket Systems
  9. Publications:
    NA 11-140-12
    M197
  10. Publications:
    NA 11-140-6.1
    Air-Intercept missiles
  11. Publications:
    NA 11-140-6.2
    Air to ground Missiles
  12. Publications:
    NA 11-140-6.3
    CATMS DATMS NATMS
  13. Publications:
     NAVSEA OP4
    Ammunition and explosive safety afloat
  14. Publications:
    NAVSEA OP5
    Ammunition and explosive safety afloat ashore
  15. Publications:
    NAVSEA OP5
    Advance Bases
  16. What is G-1 and who is in charge of it?
    • Flight deck ASE.
    • Air Gunner
  17. What is G-2 and who is in charge of it?
    • Armory
    • Division Officer or Ship's Gunner
  18. What is G-3 and who is in charge of it?
    • Ship's Magazine 
    • Division Officer/Assembly Officer/Mag Gunner
  19. What is G-4 and who is in charge of it?
    • Elevators
    • Division Officer/ Elevators Main Officer
  20. What is G-5 and who is in charge of it?
    Admin/Weps/QA.
  21. What are the HERO Classes?
    • HERO Safe
    • HERO Susceptible
    • HERO Unsafe
    • HERO Unreliable
  22. NAVSEA SW023-AJ-WHS-010 details the _ and _ of landing force cargo/ammunition, class Class _ and class _ used by the landing force for amphibious assault for  _ class ships
    handling, stowage class V W, class V A, amphib
  23. What is dunnage
    Mechanical devices lumber and tiedown equipment used to support protect and secure cargo for the purpose of preventing damage during transport.
  24. Dunnaging term means securing of cargo so that it cannot move upwards Tomming
    Tomming
  25. the maximum allowable dimensions for an amphib unit load that can be handled, stowed and tiered at least two high without restrictions on all amphib warfare ships that carry palletized cargo are.
    54 45 44 in high
  26. Landing Force Operational Reserve Material (LFORM) has enough supplies to support a marine amphib unit for _ days
    30 days
  27. Protective systems:
    One circuit F high temperature thermostat shall be installed per _ square feet of the deck area with not less than two per compartment
    250
  28. Protective Systems:
    A circuit _ alarm is required on a the dry side of each sprinkling control valve in all LFORM magazines
    FH
  29. There are _ Ammunition Groups
    6
  30. Ammunition Groups:
    AA
    Pyrotechnics
  31. Ammunition Groups:
    BB
    Detonators
  32. Ammunition Groups:
    CC
    Bombs
  33. Ammunition Groups:
    DD
    Demolition Charges
  34. Ammunition Groups:
    EE
    Thermite ammunition
  35. Ammunition Groups:
    FF
    White Phosphorus
  36. Magazine Fittings:
    Fire main normal pressure: _ to _psi
    70, 150
  37. Pneumatically Released Pilot Valve: 
    An _ valve that activates the sprinkler system, in response to a _ from one or more thermo-pneumatic systems
    Automatic, pneumatic signal
  38. Magazine Temperature cards are to be retained for
    1 year
  39. Temperatures of _ degrees or higher are to be written in _ ink
    100, red
  40. F alarm actuates when the space temperature reaches _ degrees
    105
  41. Frequency of inspection is determined by the _ on the basis of WX conditions seasons of the year, and number of magazine requiring special attention and security requirements.
    CO
  42. Key Port the Magazine
    • Earth Covered 
    • Arched shaped
    • 6ft by 8ft by 8 inches
    • Arch Height is 6ft
  43. corbetta Magazine
    • Similar to Keyport
    • beehive or dome shaped
  44. Gallery type magazine
    Tunnel or cave used for storing ammunition and explosives.
  45. Types of shipboard Magazines
    • 5
    • Primary
    • Missles
    • Ready Service
    • Lockers
    • Chemicals
  46. Marking on bulkheads shall be located _ above the deck and spaced _ apart horizontally
    5, 12

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