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Started: 7/16/2019 12:19 PM
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AMC 19-48-Series Drawings for Ammunition Storage and Outloading

​I provide contractor support to AFLCMC. We are in the early stages of a new AF missile acquisition. My question is, How and to whom do we get the drawings to for the purposes of developing the 19-48? Can someone familiarize me with the process. I see the other legacy Air-to-Air missiles listed. Any info would be appreciated.

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​I provide contractor support to AFLCMC. We are in the early stages of a new AF missile acquisition. My question is, How and to whom do we get the drawings to for the purposes of developing the 19-48? Can someone familiarize me with the process. I see the other legacy Air-to-Air missiles listed. Any info would be appreciated.

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Posted: 7/17/2019 7:58 AM
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The Defense Ammunition Center has the mission for developing 19-48 series drawings.  ​After your item has been final hazard classified, passed UN testing, and the container has passed testing such as stacking, vibration, and environmental, we would begin development of drawings.  We would need the container test reports, a solid model of the container (preferrably .x_b or .x_t format), and any requirements specific to the missile or container, such as only stacking 2 high in storage, or not strapping directly over the container body.  Once we have all the needed info, we would begin to develop drawings.  The total process takes about a year, but the first drawings would be available after about six months, depending on current workload.
Thank you for asking for this info before you get to far along into your development process, it helps us alot to be included up front.  Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions.

V/R,
Laurie Fieffer
DAC/TCES


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The Defense Ammunition Center has the mission for developing 19-48 series drawings.  ​After your item has been final hazard classified, passed UN testing, and the container has passed testing such as stacking, vibration, and environmental, we would begin development of drawings.  We would need the container test reports, a solid model of the container (preferrably .x_b or .x_t format), and any requirements specific to the missile or container, such as only stacking 2 high in storage, or not strapping directly over the container body.  Once we have all the needed info, we would begin to develop drawings.  The total process takes about a year, but the first drawings would be available after about six months, depending on current workload.
Thank you for asking for this info before you get to far along into your development process, it helps us alot to be included up front.  Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions.

V/R,
Laurie Fieffer
DAC/TCES


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