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1

Who appoints munitions inspectors?

Flight chiefs or their equivalent

2

What is the minimum skill level required for an active duty person to be a certified munitions
inspector?

The 5 skill level

3

List three responsibilities of a munitions inspector

Informs the MASO, munitions control, and munitions supervision immediately upon receipt or
notifications of restricted or suspended munitions through CMRS that affect munitions serviceability.
Monitor shelf/service life dates by reviewing CAS and coordinate changes/updates with the MASO.
Determine and assign appropriate condition codes to all munitions assets as directed by applicable
TOs; initiate, maintain, and process applicable documents and historical records; ensure munitions
assets are properly tagged, marked, and packed.
Verify accuracy of inspection documentation and signs inspection form(s) as applicable; establish and
manage the SMI program

4

This type of corrosion affects the form, fit or function of
an item.

Major corrosion

5

Any nonconformance within specified requirements

Defect

6

A defect likely to result in hazardous or unsafe
conditions

Critical defect

7

A defect that reduces materially the usability of the item

Major defect

8

An item whose explosive material has been removed
and never replaced

Empty non-nuclear munitions item

9

The number of items selected at random for inspection

Sample size

10

The length of time an item can remain in storage under
prescribed packaging and storage conditions

Shelf life

11

What is the purpose of the munitions surveillance program?

To provide a high degree of confidence that munitions have not been adversely affected by storage
conditions, age, use, or the environment, and can be expected to perform as designed.

12

What TO governs the general inspection requirements for all inspections?

TO 11A–1–10, Air Force Munitions Surveillance Program and Serviceability Procedures.

13

When are inspectors required to open hermetically sealed containers?

When the specific item technical order directs that the container be opened and when the outer appearance
of the container indicates signs of damage or corrosion that may have penetrated the container.

14

List two requirements of the general inspection procedures

1. Check the ammunition lot or serial number against CMRS to ensure the item(s) has not been restricted
or suspended from use.
2. Check the item TO, or current FED LOG disc to ensure the stock number, controlled item inventory
code (CIIC), and nomenclature are correct.
3. Check the external packaging for obvious defects and that the packaging is adequate to withstand
additional handling, storage, and/or shipment.
4. Check the external markings for the minimum required markings; verify that enough shelf and
servicelife remains for the item’s intended use/application; and use the deficiency reporting system if
required.

15

Which inspection incorporates reject limits in helping identify defects that reduce reliability?

Periodic inspection (PI).

16

What type of inspection is performed at the direction of competent authorities, the MAJCOM, or
ALC?

Special inspection (SPI).

17

What must you do if two condition codes apply to the same item?

Use the most restrictive condition code.

18

Which condition code applies if an item is issuable with qualification?

CC/B.

19

Which condition code applies if an item is considered unserviceable until limited restoration has
been accomplished?

CC/E.

20

Which condition code applies if an item is suspended in stock?

CC/J.

21

Which condition code applies if an item is suspended for emergency combat use only?

CC/N.

22

Which condition code tag identifies condition code H and P items?

DD Form 1577/1577–1.

23

Direct input is the preferred method of loading what type of information into CAS?

Inspection results.

24

What form is used to ensure that an accurate inspection history is captured when direct input is
not used?

AFTO IMT 102.

25

What CAS program displays condition and status of stockpile and custody assets?

Asset Balance Inquiry.

26

What CAS program is used by local MASOs and ESs at the ACP to provide final disposition
instructions on ADR actions?

Ammunition Disposition Request Process.

27

What CAS report is included with shipments to satisfy lot history record requirements IAW 11A–
1–10?

The lot history inspection report.

28

When you identify a discrepancy, what is the first thing you must determine?

If it is a shipping-type (item) discrepancy or packaging discrepancy

29

When reporting a supply discrepancy, which type of discrepancy applies if you receive an item in
the wrong condition code?

Shipping (item).

30

When reporting a supply discrepancy, which type of discrepancy applies if you receive an item in
the wrong container?

Packaging.