Direct activities concerned with handling ammunitions, rockets, and mines.
What does an Ammunition Storage Superintendent do?
Directs and coordinates, through subordinate supervisory personnel, activities concerned with handling and storing ammunition, rockets, mines, and other explosive components at ammunition supply depot or arsenal: Reviews invoices and requisitions to plan work activities. Prepares schedules for storing incoming and issuing ammunition specifying magazine or bunker number for storing each type of ammunition, quantity to store in bunker or magazine, and numerical order of bunkers or magazines from which to issue requisitioned ammunition. Enforces, through subordinate personnel, worker compliance with established safety regulations, and method and procedures for handling and storing each type of ammunition. Inspects bunkers and magazines to ensure that automatic safeguards and control instrumentation are operative and security measures are in force. Prepares reports and correspondence and directs clerical personnel in typing reports and record keeping activities.