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Certified Current 13 March 2008




NOTICE: This publication is available digitally on the AFDPO WWW site at:

OPR: 442 MXS/MXMW Certified by: 442 MG/CC (Col George D. Burgess)
(CMSgt Terry L. Snyder)
Supersedes 442 FWI 21-210, 1 June 2001 Pages: 5
Distribution: F

This instruction implements Air Force Policy Directive (AFPD) 21-2, Non-Nuclear and Nuclear Muni-
tions. In accordance with Air Force Instruction (AFI) 21-201, Management and Maintenance of
Non-Nuclear Munitions, Technical Order (T.O.) 11A-1-10, Air Force Munitions Surveillance Program
and Serviceability Procedures, it establishes procedures, policies and responsibilities for the turn-in and
disposition of munitions residue and turn-in and accountability of empty reusable munitions containers.
Establishes guidance for the use of SPIDs for shipment preparation of hazardous material, explosives, and
repairable items. These procedures apply to all organizations, activities, agencies, branches, units, or indi-
viduals that expend munitions, generate munitions residue, generate empty munitions containers, and
receive munitions support from the 442d Maintenance Squadron (442 MXS), Munitions Flight. Supervi-
sors, superintendents, and flight chiefs are responsible for ensuring compliance with this instruction.

This revision updates format and incorporates changes to AFI 21-201. A bar ( | ) indicates a revision from
the previous edition.

1. General
1.1. All munitions residue and empty munitions containers, regardless of Reparability/Recoverability
code, will be turned-in to the 442 MXS Munitions Flight for disposition.
1.2. With the exception of Combat Arms Training and Maintenance (CATM), all using agencies will
turn in munitions residue and empty containers immediately after it is generated.
1.3. CATM will turn-in munitions residue and empty munitions containers at least on a quarterly
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1.4. All residue turned in must be segregated by caliber and/or type, contain no live rounds and be
free from any debris.
1.5. All munitions assets authorized for demilitarization/disposal and transfer to Defense Reutiliza-
tion and Marketing Services (DRMS) under Air Force (AF) Information Management Tool (IMT)
191, Ammunition Disposition Request, procedures will be processed in accordance with AFI
21-201, Section 2, Chapter 26, paragraph 26.9.

2. Responsibilities
2.1. Users will:
2.1.1. Account for and turn-in all munitions residue, empty containers and packing material.
2.1.2. Segregate all residue by caliber and/or type, sift for live rounds and ensure that residue is
free from debris.
2.1.3. Schedule all turn-ins through Munitions Control at Defense Switched Network (DSN)
2.2. The Munitions Flight Material Section will:
2.2.1. Ensure the proper turn-in, processing, inspection, control, and certification of all Ammuni-
tion, Explosives, Dangerous Articles (AEDA), AEDA residue, range residue, explosives-contam-
inated property and empty containers in accordance with Department of Defense (DOD)
4160.21-M, Defense Materiel Disposition Manual, Chapter 4; T.O. 11A-1-60, General Instruc-
tions -- Inspection of Reusable Munitions Containers and Scrap Material Generated From Items
Exposed to, or Containing Explosives; and AFI 21-201.
2.2.2. Segregate certified and accounted for containers to a designated area away from uncertified
2.2.3. Inventory empty containers and submit turn-ins at least quarterly. Containers not accounted for in the Combat Ammunition System (CAS) will be certi-
fied and turned in at the time of inventory.
2.2.4. Ensure that qualified munitions inspectors certify and prepare all munitions residue and
empty containers for proper disposal to DRMS for shipment.
2.2.5. Segregate live munitions found during the certification process and inspect for serviceabil-
ity in accordance with applicable technical orders.
2.2.6. For a Found on Base (FOB) turn-in, inspection results will be documented on an Air Force
Technical Order (AFTO) IMT 102, Munitions Inspection Serviceability, and an AF IMT 2005,
Issue/Turn-in Request, (an e-mail with pertinent information may be sent to Munitions Opera-
tions in lieu of the AF IMT 2005). All documents will be forwarded to Munitions Operations.
2.2.7. Coordinate all turn-ins with DRMS by calling and scheduling an appointment at DSN
975-3308 or 975-5674 and coordinate off base shipments with the base Traffic Management
2.3. The Munitions Operations Flight Section will:
2.3.1. Process all FOB turn-ins and account for all reusable containers in CAS.
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2.3.2. Process shipments in CAS when the appropriate number of containers are accumulated.
2.3.3. Coordinate turn-in actions with the material section at least quarterly.
2.3.4. Assist with container inventories as required.

3. Documentation Procedures
3.1. Munitions Inspectors will complete Defense Department (DD) IMT 1348-1, Issue Release/
Receipt Document, in six copies, for all residue turned in to DRMS.
3.2. To ensure proper credit from the sale of recyclable materials, fund site account number 57F3875
8900 525700 must be annotated on the DD IMT 1348-1.
3.3. Munitions operations will process shipment documents in CAS for residue and containers locally
destroyed or shipped to munitions depots.
3.4. All associated documentation will be retained in munitions operations for a minimum of 2 years.

4. Reporting Procedures
4.1. All incidents involving live munitions found during the certification process by the Munitions
Material Section will be documented and the applicable group or unit commander will be notified.
4.2. For live munitions found at DRMS or the contractors site, HQ AFRC/SEW/LGMW/CEXX will
be notified immediately. Notification shall include all details regarding the incident.

5. Points of Contact
5.1. 442 MXS Munitions Material Section (442 MXS/LGMW), is the 442d Fighter Wing focal point
and technical advisor for the munitions residue and reusable container program. They can be reached
by contacting munitions control at DSN 975-4446.

6. Special Packaging Instructions

6.1. In accordance with T.O. 11A-1-10, use of a SPID is mandatory for shipment preparation of haz-
ardous material, explosives, and repairable items with an Expendibility, Recoverability, Reparability
Category designator code of XD1, SD2, OR ND2. Items not in one of these categories do not require
the use of a SPID.
6.2. SPIDs or T.O. drawings and instructions are obtained through the SPIDs database at https://
6.3. If unable to obtain a SPID through the above website, contact customer support by e-mail at
www.hill.wm.customersupport@hill.af.mil. If e-mail attempts fail at customer support, call DSN
775-2666 or DSN 777-2666.
6.3.1. The final source for special packaging is the SPIDs manager at: OO-ALC/LGMPD, Hill
AFB, Utah. This office will provide the answer or direct you to the proper authority when other
avenues fail.
6.3.2. SPIDs are typically updated or validated every 2 years, or as internal packaging material
changes occur. Therefore, it is necessary to check for the latest SPID each time an item is prepared
for shipment.
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6.3.3. SPIDs take precedence over item T.O.s and other general packaging instructions as long as
the item is not inert, empty or non-hazardous.

7. Procedures.
7.1. A qualified and appointed Munitions Inspector must prepare all munitions for shipment.
7.2. Prior to preparing an item for shipment that requires a SPID, refer to the SPID in the catalog in
Building 1141 Bay 2, Inspection Bay.
7.2.1. If a SPID is not available in the catalog, obtain one by utilizing the resources listed in the
general section of this instruction.
7.2.2. If SPID is available in the SPID catalog, check for updates on the SPID website. If an
updated or revalidated SPID is available, print and update catalog as necessary.
7.3. Stenciling of the SPID number on shipping containers is not necessary if you are packing an item
in its original container or a container from the same stock numbered item.
7.4. Required Performance Oriented Packaging markings, proper shipping names and UN identifica-
tion numbers are found on the SPID as well.

8. Adopted or Prescribed IMTs

8.1. Adopted IMTs. AF IMT 191, Ammunition Disposition Request; AF IMT 2005, Issue/Turn-in
Request; AFTO IMT 102, Munitions Inspection Serviceability; DD IMT 1348-1, Issue Release/
Receipt Document
8.2. Prescribed IMTs. No IMTs are prescribed by this instruction.


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Attachment 1


AFPD 21-2, Non-Nuclear and Nuclear Munitions
AFI 21-201, Management and Maintenance of Non-Nuclear Munitions
T.O. 11A-1-10, Air Force Munitions Surveillance Program And Serviceability Procedures
T.O. 11A-1-60, General Instructions -- Inspection of Reusable Munitions Containers and Scrap Material
Generated From Items Exposed to, or Containing Explosives
DOD 4160.21-M, Defense Materiel Disposition Manual

Abbreviations and Acronyms

AEDA— ammunition, explosives, dangerous articles
AF— Air Force
AFI— Air Force instruction
AFPD— Air Force policy directive
AFTO— Air Force technical order
CAS— Combat Ammunition System
CATM— Combat Arms Training and Maintenance
DD— Defense Department
DOD— Department of Defense
DRMS— Defense Reutilization and Marketing Services
DSN— Defense Switched Network
FOB— found on base
IMT— information management tool
SPID— Special Packaging Instruction Drawing
T.O.— technical order

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