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A serious potential for exposure created by the quantity  of  the  agent  released  into  the atmosphere Propellant  Fuels  and  Oxidizers.  Leaking  or spilled  propellant  fuels  and  oxidizers. All ordnance impacting off range. Conventional  Ordnance  Deficiencies The  following  describes  events  you  should  report  as conventional  ordnance  deficiencies.  When  preparing  a report   of   these   events,   follow  the  guidelines  of OPNAVINST  5102.1C,  appendix  B;  use  the  words Conventional   Ordnance   Deficiency   Report   for  the subject line. If the report will include a request for an engineering investigation, use the words Conventional Ordnance   Deficiency   Report/Engineering Investigation Request  for the subject line. Malfunctions. The failure of an explosive com- ponent,  weapon,  or  weapons  system  to  function as  designed;  for  example,  failure  to  launch  and dud  weapons. Improper  Handling.  Ordnance  handling  inci- dents  attributed  to  human  error.  Examples include misuse of equipment, failure to follow established procedures, and violation of safety precautions, resulting in dropped or damaged ordnance. Other examples include human errors during  processing,  assembling,  testing,  loading, storing  and  transporting  ordnance. Inadvertent Arming. The unintentional arming of an  explosive  component  or  weapon. Defective   Weapons   Support   Equipment. Deficiencies  involving  any  equipment  or  device used  in  the  manufacture,  test,  assembly, handling,  and  transportation  (skids,  trailers  or similar equipment) of any explosive system. Observed Defect. A discovered defective weapon or  weapons  system.  Examples  include  protruding primers,  damaged  components,  cracked  grains, and advanced corrosion. Other – An event that, except for chance, would have been an explosives mishap. – Any failure or malfunction of, or damage to, a  launch  device  or  associated  hardware  and software resulting in a hazardous condition when handling or otherwise manipulating dummy, exercise, or explosive material. Unusual  or  unexpected  occurrences,  un- natural  phenomena,  unfavorable  environ- ments, or instances of equipment failure that may  damage  or  affect  the  safety  of  an explosive  material  or  system.  That  includes hazards   of   electromagnetic   radiation   to ordnance  (HERO)  sensitive  explosive  sys- tems exposed to radiation hazard (RADHAZ) environments. The failure of a missile or explosive system to test,  calibrate,  or  otherwise  meet  preloading or prelaunch requirements. Use of explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) services  involving  military  explosives  for other  than  routine  disposal  of  explosives. EXCEPTIONS Report the following events as explosives mishaps or   conventional   ordnance   deficiencies;   use   the guidelines of the publication listed for each event: Explosives mishaps or conventional ordnance deficiencies occurring aboard a U.S. Navy, U.S. Naval Reserve, or Military Sealift Command vessel;  follow  OPNAVINST  5100.21  B. Mishaps   or   deficiencies   occurring   during airborne   weapons   systems   and   equipment operations,  including  armament  supporting equipment (any equipment used in the loading or unloading  of  an  explosive  system  or  launch device  on  an  aircraft);  follow  OPNAVINST 8600.2A, Naval Airborne Weapons Maintenance Program (NOTAL). Nuclear weapons mishaps and incidents; follow OPNAVINST   3100.6E,   Special   Incident Reporting  (OPREP-3,  Navy  Blue  and  SITREP) Procedures  (NOTAL)   and   JCS   Publication 1-03.7  (NOTAL). Explosives  mishaps  and  conventional  ordnance deficiencies  that  occur  off  station  while  an explosive material or system is in the custody of a   common   (commercial)   carrier;   follow NAVSEA   OP   8020.13B   and   volume   I   of NAVSEA OP 2165. Explosives  mishaps  and  conventional  ordnance deficiencies   involving   transportation   by 9-11

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