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MIL-M-63304A(AR)
3.8  Documentation of plan for safety in handling and processing
of munitions.  Prior to loading, the contractor shall document a
detailed plan of the procedures to be employed during handling of
the munition.  This documentation shall describe, as a minimum, the
procedures to be employed to assure that the temperature of the mine
assemblies does not exceed 165F at any time during processing or
storage and in such instances the time at 165F shall not exceed
one (1) hour unless otherwise specified in this specification. In
no case shall continuous storage of the items be at a temperature
above 100F for a period exceeding 30 days.
Submission of the plan shall be in accordance with data item
description DI-T-5372 (tailored).
3.9  First article inspection.  This specification contains
technical provisions for first article inspection.  Requirements for
the submission of first article samples by the contractor shall be
as specified in the contract.
3.10  Workmanship.  All Parts and assemblies shall be
fabricated, loaded and assembled in a thorough workmanlike manner.
All parts and assemblies shall be clean, free of burrs, sharp edges,
cracks, dirt, grease, rust, and other foreign matter that may impair
proper functioning.  The cleaning method used shall not be injurious
to any part, nor shall the parts be contaminated by the cleaning
agent(s).  Exterior surface coating shall be continuous except for a
few light scratches not exposing base material.  All required
markings shall be neat and sharply defined.
3.11  Data requirement.  The contractor shall generate data in
accordance with the requirements of the data item description cited
in 6.6.
QUALITY ASSURANCE PROVISIONS
4.
4.1 Responsibility for inspection.  Unless otherwise specified
in the contract or purchase order, the contractor is responsible for
the performance of all inspection requirements as specified herein.
Except as otherwise specified in the contract or purchase order, the
contractor may use his own or any other facilities suitable for the
performance of the inspection requirements specified herein, unless
disapproved by the Government.  The Government reserves the right to
perform any of the inspections set forth in the specification where
such inspections are deemed necessary to assure supplies and
services conform to prescribed requirements.

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