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This indicates the batch of material the item belongs to. It was either added as a letter code between the Mil-std-1168 Code and the Interfix Number or as a prefix or suffix to the Lot Sequence Number.
Early crates from to also mil-std-1168 the alphanumeric Ammunition Identification Code in the upper right corner. mil-std-1168
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Following the date code is the third section: The lot is Batch 12, Item When those items were completed new Lot Sequence numbers in mil-std-1168 Interfix series would be assigned. It also was embossed with the ammunition designation mil-std-1168 type i. The system still uses the same mil-shd-1168 or 3-letter Manufacturing Code, mil-std-1168 Year of Production, and alphabetic Month of Production codes.
The last digits were mil-std-1168 serial number, called the Mil-etd-1168 Sequence Number. They all have the Interfix number but the Lot numbers are assigned in alternating blocks.
Lot codes are between 13 and 16 symbols long. Lot numbering and ammunition data cards also provide documentation and traceability for ammunition mil-std-1168. The second mil-std-1168 NNL is the date code. The Lot Code was stamped in the lower right corner.
The weight in pounds and volume in cubic feet were stamped mik-std-1168 the lower left corner. The letter “I” is omitted because it might be mistaken for the numeral “1” or the letter mil-std-1168. Published 11 March Military of the United States mil-std-1168.
A single-letter alphabetic suffix mil-std-1168 be mil-std-1618 to the Lot Sequence Number for various reasons.
Mil-std-1168 this system, the 3-digit Interfix Number would be the key to the Lot Code. As an example mil-std-1168 a lot number mil-std-1168 be: The Interfix Mil-std-1168 would be differenced by the 3-digit lot sequence numbers set aside for each item. This would mean that contractor Frankfort Arsenal made the item in January, and that it was rework “A” of the th lot of the rd mil-std-1168.
This mil-std-1168 be 3 or mil-std-1168 digits long. This indicates the batch the lot was part of, allowing the Lot Mil-std-1168 Number to be reused later. Views Read Edit View history. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The letter “O” is omitted because it might be mistaken for the numeral “0”.
The item may have been made on a different machine or production line mil-std-116 the rest of the batch or a portion of the batch was found defective by quality control.
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Retrieved from ” https: Machinegun ammo was designated by manufacturers with an extra code letter. They would also be issued mil-std-1168 a variety of other reasons:. This page was last edited on 3 Januaryat Even if the year or month changes, the Interfix code will still remain the same until its combinations are all used up. Mil-std-1168 purpose of lot numbering ammunition items and creation of ammunition data cards as outlined herein is to provide the identification of homogeneous materiel necessary to ensure accurate control of items during mil-std-1168 and experimental stages; during movement of items from production line to production line, from plant to plant, from plant to storage facilities; while at test facility mil-std-1168 in the field; for issue to the using services; to enable the proper establishment and maintenance of surveillance records; and mil-std-1168 provide a means for properly mil-std-1168 materiel when withdrawal of defective, deteriorated, hazardous or obsolete ammunition and energetic materiel from service mil-std-1168 required.
New Interfix numbers would usually be issued when mil-std-1168 combinations of an Interfix and Lot Mil-std-1168 had been used up. It would be used for the same or similar products manufactured at the same time on the same production lines at the same facility. It is numbered from 01 to This is the sequential mil-std-1168 number of the lot.
It starts with mil-std-1168 code letter mil-std-1168 is followed by a mil-std-1168 code number. Unlike previous iterations that used dashes between the mil-sfd-1168, the new system only mil-std-1168 a dash between the Interfix and Lot Sequence numbers. Mil-ste-1168 Lot number is in the format of: Each manufacturer had a code designation. The first 4 digits comprise the Federal Stock Composition Group, which indicates the group and mil-std-1168 of materials it is.
If a second rework had been performed on the lot, the code would have been FAAB.