REVIEW NUMBER 10 ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS Q1 THROUGH Q4.
A1. Practice bombs are primarily used for safety when training new or inexperienced
pilots and ground-handling crews.
A2. The two general types of practice bombs are the subcaliber and the full-scale
A3. The Mk 76 Mod 5 subcaliber practice bomb is used for impact firing only.
The BDU-48/B subcaliber practice bomb is used to simulate retarded weapons
A4. Mk 80 (series) inert LDGP bombs are painted blue.
REVIEW NUMBER 11 ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS Q1. THROUGH Q4.
A1. Don't use a fuze that has been removed from its hermetically sealed container for
over 30 days.
A2. Never unpack fuzes from their containers in the magazine.
A3. Explosive bomb ammunition is hazardous because of its tendency to set off all
explosive material near it if it is detonated.
A4. Handling practice bombs causes more injuries than handling bomb ammunition
containing high explosives.