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This does not preclude reproduction and use of any part of this manual by contracted agencies responsible for the training and instruction of personnel who handle and transport military ammunition, explosives, and related hazardous materials. They are all original Revision Seventeen pages.
The date of issue for all pages in this manual is 1 July The purpose of this volume is to prescribe operating procedures and precautions to prevent initiation of electrically initiated devices EID's in ordnance from electromagnetic radiation EMR.
This volume provides technical guidance to assist commanding officers in carrying out their responsibilities for safety from a radio frequency hazards standpoint. The procedures and precautions prescribed herein apply in every instance within the Naval establishment ships and shore stations where an electrically-initiated explosive item is exposed to radio frequency fields of potentially hazardous frequency and intensity.
Operational commanders may waive compliance with any provision, when essential, under emergency conditions. When noncompliance with restrictions contained herein is essential, emergency procedures are provided in order to explain and minimize the risks involved. Interim changes will be made by letter or message as ACN's advance change notices which will be directed to the commanders directly concerned.
Comments or suggestions relative to material to be included in such changes should be forwarded as specified in the following paragraph. Ships, training activities, supply points, depots, Naval shipyards, and supervisors of shipbuilding are requested to arrange for the maximum practical use and evaluation of NAVSEA technical manuals.
All feedback comments shall be thoroughly investigated and originators will be advised of TMDER resolution. C-2 Sample Ordnance Location Worksheet. Distance to Ordnance Locations L Failure to observe operating procedures and precautions specified in this manual may lead to accidental initiation of electrically initiated devices EID's contained in ordnance systems, causing injury or death to personnel or resulting in unreliable ordnance operation.
Notes in the text emphasize unusual or special procedures or conditions. The following caution statements appear in the text of this volume, and are repeated here for emphasis. PURPOSE This publication, volume 2, provides the precautions and procedures for safe handling, transporting, and storing of electrically initiated ordnance when the possibility of exposure to radio frequency RF environments exists.
This volume will assist the user to accomplish the following: Identify the HERO classification of electrically initiated ordnance i. Calculate the RF environment. Understand and apply general and operational HERO requirements.
Determine the need for and request a HERO survey. Users of this volume shall have a basic understanding of ordnance and RF emitter systems as well as some basic concepts of RF propagation.Q: How will I be charged and billed for my use of Amazon EC2?
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