Identifies, locates, examines and insures the safe shipment, receipt, storage and movement of ammunition and explosives.
Determines the type of packaging materials and methods of preservation required to pack, unpack and make light boxes as mission dictates.
Handles, identifies, and examines ammunition and explosives items, ammunition components, storage areas, and transportation conveyances to determine serviceability.
Visually examines vehicles prior to loading to determine if the vehicle is suitable for transportation of hazardous materials and ensures that the correct quantity and type of ammunition has been selected for issue or shipment.
Handles, identifies, and examines the live turn-in of ammunition, to determine the condition of ammunition and packaging.
Operates forklifts on level and rough terrain capable of lifting loads weighing up to 4,500 kilograms (10,000 pounds), to accomplish required missions.
Performs other general maintenance such as cleaning, sweeping, dusting, vacuuming, inside or around the ammunition storage structures or facilities, adjacent areas, and open storage areas to include performing limited vegetation control.
Ships and receives trucks, and milvans containing ammunition and explosives or associated components.
Performs damage-in-transit, receipt, and visual examination of ammunition received at the ASP to determine the true condition.