Ammunition Inspector (ASP)

Ammunition Inspector (ASP)

Job Category: Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)

Job Location: CONUS

Job State: Fort Bragg, NC

Job Description:

Responsible for the accomplishment of duties in accordance with Army and Fort Bragg policies, procedures, directives and regulations.  Performs the activities of ammunition receipt inspections (RI), damage in transit inspections (DIT) and storage monitoring inspection (SMI).  Inspection, classification and repacking of ammunition items within the ASP, inspect and process Amnesty and Found on Post (FOP). 

MAJOR JOB ACTIVITIES:

  1.  Perform inspections (RI and DIT) on ammunition arriving by commercial carrier and input results into Munitions History Program (MHP).
  2. Perform cyclic inspections (PI) and (SMI) on ASP stocks and input results into MHP.
  3. Reviews unit paperwork for accuracy and for compliance with existing regulations.
  4. Process ammunition received from Amnesty Box or turned in as Found on Post by units.
  5. Develop ammunition load plans for units drawing ammunition from the ASP to ensure compatibility and load capacity is not violated.
  6. Inspect vehicles IAW DD form 626 MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION (TRANSPORTING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS)prior to entering the ASP for compliance with existing regulations.
  7. Inspect and certify loaded ammunition laden vehicles for proper blocking and bracing to ensure no violations of compatibility and load capacity has not been exceeded. 
  8. Ensure load is properly secured and placarded In accordance with CFR 49 and Ft. Bragg regulations prior to exiting the ASP.
  9. Insure each vehicle compartment with ammunition has an accurately signed DD Form 2890.

DANGEROUS GOODS SHIPPING PAPER/DECLARATION AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE INFORMATION FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTED BY GOVERNMENT VEHICLES

  1. When QASAS is not available to cut the seals and inspect commercial vehicles delivering to the Fort Bragg ASP it will be accomplished by Inspectors in accordance with MOA.
  2. Conduct serviceability inspections of ammunition brought or returned to the ASP.  Ensure ammunition is safe, repackaged properly for storage and accounted for prior to being delivered to the storage location.
  3. Recommend Condition Codes to be assigned to ammunition.
  4. Ensure ammunition is marked, properly packaged and marked for storage and transport.
  5. And other duties assigned to meet contract requirements

 Qualifications

 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:  High School graduate or equivalent

Ammo Operations Certification: 45, 63, 64, 67 and 68

Ammo Inspector Certification: 28, 31, 43, 54, 97, 60 and 62

Experience:  Three years specialized ammunition-handling experience, ammunition inspection,   breakdown, distribution and accountability.

A minimum of 90 days training required for QASAS to certify signing FB Form 4508’s inspection documentation.

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