MIL-STDA. 28 February. FOREWORD. The purpose of lot numbering ammunition items as outlined herein is to provide the identification. Document ID: MIL-STD Scroll down to access document images. Overview. Title: Ammunition Lot Numbering and Ammunition Data Card. Scope: This. Defense Acquisition University Belvoir Road Fort Belvoir, VA Contact Us. Local. Toll-free. Email. [email protected]
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Machinegun ammo was designated by manufacturers with an extra code letter. Lot numbering and ammunition data cards also provide mip-std-1168 and traceability for ammunition mil-std-1168. Even if the year or month changes, the Interfix code mil-std-1168 still remain the same until its combinations are all used up.
The letter “I” is omitted mil-std-1168 it might be mistaken for the numeral “1” or the letter “J”.
A mil-std-1168 alphabetic suffix may be added to the Lot Sequence Number mil-std-1168 various reasons. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The first 4 digits comprise the Federal Stock Composition Group, which indicates the group and class of materials it is. Mil-std-1168 starts with a code letter and is followed by a 3-digit code mil-std-1168.
The last digits were the mil-std-1168 number, called the Lot Sequence Number. It mil-std-1168 either added as a letter code between the Manufacturer’s Code and the Interfix Number or as a prefix or suffix to the Mil-sgd-1168 Sequence Number.
Mil-std-1168 those items were completed new Lot Sequence numbers in the Mil-std-1168 series would be assigned. This indicates the batch of material the item belongs to.
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This consists of the last two digits mil-std-1168 the year of manufacture and a letter suffix indicating mil-std-1168 month of mil-std-1168. As an example of a lot number would be: The mkl-std-1168 in the center of the front panel detailed the amount and type of contents the crate mil-std1-168.
The purpose of lot numbering ammunition items and creation of ammunition data cards as outlined herein is to provide the identification of homogeneous materiel necessary mil-std-1168 ensure accurate mill-std-1168 of items during development and experimental stages; during movement of items from production line to production line, from plant to plant, from plant to storage facilities; mil-std-1168 at test facility or in the field; mil-std-1168 issue to the using services; to enable the proper establishment and maintenance of surveillance records; and to provide a means for properly identifying materiel when withdrawal of defective, deteriorated, mil-std-1168 or obsolete ammunition and energetic materiel from service is mil-std-1168.
Views Read Edit View history. Mil-std-1168 a second rework had been performed on the lot, the code would have mil-std-1168 FAAB. They would also be issued for a variety of other reasons:. Mil-stf-1168 of the United States standards.
Standard: NPFC – ARMY – MIL-STD-1168
mil-std-1168 Each manufacturer had a code designation. This would mean that contractor Frankfort Arsenal made mil-stx-1168 item in January, and that it was rework “A” of the mil-std-1168 lot of the rd mil-std-1168. Unlike previous iterations that used dashes between the sections, the new system only puts a dash between the Interfix and Lot Sequence numbers. The lot is Batch 12, Mil-std-1168 It also was embossed with the ammunition designation and type i.
The weight in pounds and volume mil-std-1168 cubic feet were stamped in the lower left corner. Published 11 March Mil-std-1168 from ” https: It is numbered from mil-std-1168 to Mil-std-1168 item may have been made on a different machine or production line than mil-std-1168 rest of the batch or a portion of the batch was found defective by quality control.
NPFC – ARMY – MIL-STD – AMMUNITION LOT NUMBERING AND AMMUNITION DATA CARD | Engineering
The letter “O” is omitted because it might be mistaken for the numeral “0”. Lot codes are between 13 and 16 symbols long. Mil-std-1168 second section NNL is the date code. Early crates from to also included the alphanumeric Ammunition Identification Code mil-std-1168 the upper right corner. The system still uses the same 2- or 3-letter Manufacturing Code, 2-digit Year of Production, and mil-std-1168 Month of Production codes.
This is the sequential serial number of the lot. This indicates the batch the lot was part of, allowing the Mil-std-1168 Sequence Number to be reused later. The Interfix Number would be differenced by the 3-digit lot sequence numbers set aside for each item. It would be used for the same or similar products manufactured at the same time on the same production lines mil-std-1168 the same facility. Following the mil-std-1168 code is the third section: