The following links pertain to the loading, security, accidents, documentation and training requirements for transporting conventional ammunition and explosives
Code of Federal Regulations Title 49
Ammunition Load Drawings
Documentation and Security Requirements
Transportation Security Alert
Defense Transportation Regulations
- Chapter 204 – Hazardous Materials
- Chapter 205 – Movement of Conventional Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives, Classified (Secret and Confidential)
- DoD 5100.76 – Physical Security of Sensitive Conventional Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives
- Navy Transportation Regulations (Password Required)
- SW020-AC-ORD-010 - Transportation and Storage Data for Ammunition, Explosives and Related Hazardous Materials
- SW020-AF-HBK-010 - Motor Vehicle Driver and Shipping Inspector's Manual for Ammunition, Explosives, and Related Hazardous Materials
- SW020-AG-SAF-010 - Navy Transportation Safety Handbook for Ammunition, Explosives and Related Hazardous Materials
- SW023-AG-WHM-010 - On-Station Movement of Ammunition and Explosives by Truck and Railcar
Vehicle Accident/Emergency Response
NAVSEA 8020.18 – Transportation Emergency Response Involving DoD Conventional Munitions and Explosives (Contact navsea_instruc_NSSC@navy.mil to obtain a copy)
Recommended transportation training courses. Registration for the below courses can be found at Transportation Training Registration
- Ammo 51 – Naval Motor Vehicle and Railcar Inspection Course
- Ammo 62 – Technical Transportation of Hazardous Materials
- Ammo 37 – General Transportation of Hazardous Materials (Refresher for Ammo 62)
- Ammo 67 – HAZMAT Familiarization and Safety in Transportation
- Ammo 86 – Transportation of radioactive materials
Hazardous Material Explosives Driver Course
This course is designed specifically for drivers of Navy and Marine Corps vehicles engaged in the transportation of ammunition and explosives on or off station.
- Lesson 1- contains information about policies, manuals, handbooks, instructions and guidebooks regarding hazardous materials handling. This lesson also includes definitions, abbreviations, and compatibility groups with information on the transportation and storage rules, and the different Class # Hazardous Materials. Administrative Requirements, state license, driver permit rules and mental/physical requirements.
- Lesson 2- contains information about physical requirements, medical examinations, alcohol/drugs, understanding regulations, training requirements, training courses, required training, refresher training, maintaining safety skills, inspectors, personal responsibilities, driver liability, disciplinary actions and penalties, suspension and revocation of driver permit, reinstatement, personnel assignments, flight-line operations, hero classifications, and security.
- Lesson 3- contains information about forms and reports; operatorís ID card, medical examinerís certificate, vehicle records and inspection reports; DD Forms 1970 and 626; and vehicle and equipment operational record.
- Lesson 4- contains information about the operatorís instruction guide and trouble report; material inspection and receiving report; shipping papers, issue release/receipt documents; DD Forms 250, 2781, 1348-1A 836, 1907; seals and tags; shipperís declaration for dangerous goods; reports of incidents and SF 91; required written reports; preparation for shipment by military and commercial motor vehicles; compatibility table for explosives.