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Ammuntion

Misc. Ammo

QuestionAnswerNomenclature/ DODIC
40mm practice description and nomenclature. Blue Ogive (Training), Black markings on blue band. Prac. MK281
40mm practice variant description and nomenclature. Blue Ogive (Training), Brown Band, Black Markings on Blue Band. Prac. CTG M981
40mm Canister Olive drab Ogive, Black Markings, Brown Band with White Diamonds (Flechettes) M1001 Cannister
Ammo symbol: Cross hair w/ circle perimeter NATO Standard (Ball, Tracer, Armor Piercing)
Ammo Symbol: Clover Cross Interchangeability - suitable for use with same-caliber NATO weapons
Ammo Symbol: Segmented Circle Blank Ammunition
Ammo Symbol: Solid Circle surrounded by segmented circle Frangible Ammunition
Ammo Symbol: Solid Circle Ball Ammunition
Ammo Symbol: Solid Triangle Armor Piercing (AP)
Ammo Symbol: Solid Square Incendiary (I)
Ammo Symbol: Solid Horizontal Triangle w/ Solid Square (house on it's side) API - Armor Piercing Incendiary
Ammo Symbol: Solid Horizontal Rectangle Tracer
Ammo Symbol: Solid Horizontal Triangle with Solid Horizontal Rectangle APT - Armor Piercing w/ Tracer
Ammo Symbol: Solid Horizontal Triangle w/ Solid Square and Solid Horizontal Rectangle APIT - Armor Piercing Incendiary w/ Tracer
Ammo Symbol: Long Solid Horizontal Rectangle intersecting TWO Solid Circles Linked Ammunition (using disintegrating links)
Ammo Symbol: Long Solid Horizontal Rectangle intersecting Tall Spiked Vertical Arrow-Head Rectangles Linked ammunition (using non-disintegrating links or belts)
Ammo Symbol: Negative Vertical Triangle with black Over shade Ammunition packed in bandoleers
Ammo Symbol: Solid Block w/ Spiked Array at Top Clipped ammunition (typically used for speed loading 5.56mm ammunition)
What are the Lot Number month codes? Jan-A; Feb-B; Mar-C; Apr-D; May-E; Jun-F; Jul-G; Aug-H; Sep-J; Oct-K; Nov-L; Dec-M
What is section 1/7 on the Lot number? Manufacture's identification Code (MC)
What is section 2/7 on the Lot number? Two digit year of production designator
What is section 3/7 on the Lot number? Single Letter month of production designator
What is section 4/7 on the Lot number? Lot interfix number
What is section 5/7 on the Lot number Special Attribute code
What is section 6/7 on the Lot number? Lot sequence number
What is section 7/7 on the Lot number? Ammunition lot suffix
What is lot special attribute "-"? Normal
What is lot special attribute "L"? Functional Lot
What is lot special attribute "S"? Special Lot
What is lot special attribute "E"? Experimental lot
What is lot special attribute "Y"? Ammunition for further testing.
What is lot special attribute "H"? Hybrid ammunition
What are the NSN country codes? 00/01 US; 11 NATO; 12 Germany; 21 Canada; 30 Japan; 99 United Kingdom
What portion of a NSN is the DODIC? The final 4 characters (Letter w/ 3 #s)
What does the first section of a NSN refer to? The Federal Supply Class (FSC)
What makes up a DODAC? The FSC and DODID
What echelon uses DODICs to order ammunition? BN and subordinate.
40mm HEDP description and Nomenclature Yellow/ gold Ogive, olive drab with black markings CTG M430A1
Created by: Atxvan
 

 



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