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Ammunition Overview CW2 John M. Lloyd Supply Management Officer AGCW
Objectives Introduction to the Centralized Ammunition Management (CAM) Affects on Training Operational Ammunition requests CADS/PADS Ammunition Issues Ammunition Turn-ins CAT I
Centralized Ammunition Management Joint Munitions Command (JMC) Manages wholesale and retail ammunition stocks as a unified whole. Allow JMC to manage ammunition at ASP’s until issued to units for training or operational load. Reduces transportation costs. Provides better distribution management. Provides JMC with total asset visibility.
Procedures Prior to CAM ASP inventory based on historical usage data Mass-based Logistics Concept-Stock Pile USPFO Stock Control managed inventory levels. Visibility through DA Form 581 Utilized AEPS requisition procedures
JointMunitionsCommand State Training Ammo Manager TrainingForecastsTAMIS-R Stock On Hand SAAS-MOD Ammo Supply Point Consolidated Resupply Centralized Ammunition Management Concept of Operations Basic Load Requirements(ABLCS/DAART) Determine Delta/ Optimize Inventory Pick up Ammo Enhance strategic mobility/deployability Reduce sustainment footprint Reduce cost of logistics while maintaining warfighting capability and readiness warfighting capability and readiness MACOM Training & Deployment Requirements CSA LTTF INITIATIVE Long Term Benefits Readiness Cost Regional Defense Munitions Center
Procedures under CAM Ammunition needs are visible through TAMIS-R. Requirements are based on Calculator JMC sends ASP monthly CAM Study ASP reviews CAM Study, makes adjustments ASP receives 90 day inventory Push based on forecasted requirements ASP required to ship excess ammunition worldwide.
CAM Calculations Calculator Utilizing data, shortage calculated using following formula: Due-ins + Assets – 90-day forecast = Plus or Minus (shortage) Determines the CAM PUSH ASP Reviews CAM Study monthly makes adjustments for NEW Storage, RDD, CAT I, CAT II to Tooele. Calculator sorts by CALS and Non-CALS Applies data from Overhead Fire Table Generates RDD (6 weeks from 1 st working day of month)
How does CAM affect training? CAM push is determined through TAMIS-R forecasts. Inventory based on projected requirements. CAM directs excess to where there is a requirement. Reduces flexibility for Ammunition based training. Training and Operational Load ammunition must be forecasted.
Training vs. Operational Ammo TRAINING Forecast in TAMIS-R Submit TAR TEC = TRS * 90 DAY FORECAST WINDOW TRAINING No Forecast in TAMIS-R Memo to NGB Submit TAR Ordered in the CAM Study OPERATIONAL LOAD Ammo likely to be Expended TEC = OPL Memo to NGB Submit a TAR Ordered in the CAM Study Ammo not likely to Expend TEC = OPN Memo to NGB Submit a TAR Ordered in the CAM Study OP Load AMMO must be CC A OP Load Ammo in PBIC #8- Property Book
AVIATION AMMUNITION CADS/PADS TEC = OPL Submit a TAR Stock Control will request in AEPS (AOE) CADS/PADS, installed or uninstalled, must be accounted for on the property book in PBIC #8. L119-ALSE TEC = OPN Submit a TAR Ordered in the CAM Study
CADS/PADS Request CADS/PADS DA Form 581 (TAR) Include Tail # in remarks column 1-1 Exchange at ASP Turn in CADS/PADS CADS/PADS Submission Spreadsheet DA Form 581 T/I T/I in CC K Appointment with ASP ASP request disposition from Rock Island.
Effective Ammo Draws Forecast in TAMIS-R IAW UTARNG Submit TAR IAW UTARNG Review ASP SOP for Coordination times with Stock Control and ASP. Request for realistic training requirements. TIPS: DA Form 1687 Current Haz-Mat Certification on Mil Drivers License-348 DD 626 Convoy Clearance Vehicle requirements. TAMIS-R Pick up times-Call ASP Refer to AGCW web site for Ammunition tools..
Effective Ammo Turn-in Turn-in required five (5) days from the Training Event. DA Form 581’s must be completed prior to the Turn-in. Units required to provide enough personnel to accomplish the turn-in task. Turn in tasks include: Unloading Segregating by DODIC and lot number Inspecting Repacking Re-stenciling Containers Place in bunkers Both Live and Residue
CAT I Ammunition Requires unit pick up at TEAD. Must have an armed escort. Store in FASP in approved containers. Requires two man rule for access. 24 hour armed guard surveillance. Category I “Non-nuclear man portable missiles and rockets “in a ready to fire” configuration” AT4, Stinger, Dragon, LAW, Viper, etc.