The following general safety precautions are not
related to any specific equipment or procedure. These
precautions are recommended safety precautions that all
personnel should follow when operating and
All persons who supervise or perform work in
connection with the ammunition handling should be
familiar with the United States Ordnance Safety
Precautions, NAVSEA OP 3347.
When test firing is conducted using live
ammunition, observe all existing range regulations.
Before undertaking any operation for which a
checkoff list exists, you must read the checkoff list to all
personnel who will take part in the operation.
When provided, always use safety devices to
Keep safety devices in good
operating order at all times.
Electrically primed ammunition can be fired by
percussion. NEVER cycle live ammunition through a
gun for testing purposes.
The explosive elements in electric primers are
highly sensitive to static electricity. Make sure the
primer button does not come into contact with the
Observe fire regulations and maintain good
ventilation when using cleaning solvents and other
volatile maintenance materials.
Before performing maintenance actions
involving pneumatic or hydraulic pressurized
components, ensure that all pressure is removed and the
component is in the safest possible condition.
REVIEW NUMBER 4
If a checkoff list is to be used during an
operation, what action must take place first ?
To prevent explosive primers on gun ammunition
from being exposed to static electricity what
action should be taken?
REVIEW NUMBER 2 ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS Q1. THROUGH Q3.
When transporter loading/downloading operations are conducted, they must be
done in a RADHAZ-free environment.
In a given load/download operation, any of the following conditions may exist:
A fully loaded, partially loaded, or empty transporter may be mated to a fully
loaded, partially loaded, or empty gun system.
When you connect or remove the interface unit to or from the aircraft adapter, it
must be in the bypass position.
REVIEW NUMBER 3 ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS Q1. THROUGH Q3.
The LALS is maintained at the intermediate level of maintenance.
Scheduled maintenance procedures for the LALS are outlined in the
preoperational and calendar MRCs.
At the organizational level, proper timing of the LALS system before mating one
unit with another unit or to the aircraft gun system is the most important
maintenance practice to follow when working on the LALS.