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ammunition dump

[‚am·yə′ni·shən ‚dəmp]
(ordnance)
An ammunition storage point, usually established in the field for temporary use.
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Most ammunition managers would consider TAMIS successful, but without a modern and reliable inventory management system at Army ammunition supply points, TAMIS and the larger ammunition enterprise cannot reach their full objective.
Stockage at ammunition supply points is maintained directly from the Standard Army Ammunition System Modernization (SAAS--MOD) SAAS--MOD provides ammunition managers with much more detailed ammunition information than BCS3 does.
At the end of January 2009, the 664th Ordnance Company assumed responsibility of the Contingency Operating Base (COB) Adder-Tallil ammunition supply point (ASP) at COB Adder.
Ammunition personnel conducted routine pickups from Bagram's ammunition supply point based on consumption rates during steady-state operations.
SAAS-MOD is an automated ammunition management system that combines the functionality of theater and corps materiel management centers (MMCs), ammunition supply points (ASPs), ammunition transfer holding points (ATHPs), and a division ammunition office into two baselines.
Kellogg, Brown and Root--with an Iraqi contractor--focused on establishing the southern gate and berm, preparing the fuel and ammunition supply points, and refurbishing the buildings.
Originally deployed in Rota, Spain, in August, the Seabees were then re-deployed to Kuwait, where they built tent camps, airfields and ammunition supply points.
A follow-on demonstration of this capability will track shipments outbound to their final destinations in theater, and will also track retrograde shipments returning from in-theater ammunition supply points back to depots in the U.
During the war, ordnance branch missions included replacing fractured gun tubes on M3 tanks, assembling vehicles overseas, and managing ammunition supply points.
Ammunition supply points (ASPs) have millions of ammo rounds in varying condition codes (CCs).
Improvised litters or skedcos were also kept in our ammunition supply points in order to quickly move wounded Soldiers.