3.12 Temperature. The warhead shall withstand exposure to
and function after storage temperatures of -50°F ± 5°F, 70°F
± 15°F, and 160°F ± 5°F.
3.13 Secured cargo vibration. The warhead shall withstand
exposure to secured cargo vibration as specified in 4.5.3 and
shall comply with the ballistic test as specified in 4.5.8.
3.14 Helicopter vibration. The warhead shall withstand
exposure to helicopter vibration as specified in 4.5.4 and shall
comply with the ballistic test as specified in 4.5.8.
3.15 Forty foot drop. The warhead assembled to the rocket
motor and packaged for shipment shall withstand a 40 foot drop and
be safe to dispose of.
3.16 Leakage. The warhead shall withstand exposure to the
leakage test as specified in 4.5.6 and shall comply with the
ballistic test as specified in 4.5.8. Failure criteria shall be
water entry into the cargo compartment.
3.17 Charge circuit continuity (M439 fuze unarmed). The
continuity of the charge circuit through the umbilical lead shall
be acceptable as measured by the M433/M439 Fuze Continuity Test
Set. The warhead must show proper fuze continuity before assembly
into a complete rocket assembly.
3.18 Warhead performance. The completely assembled round in
flight configuration shall be ballistically tested to comply with
the requirements of this specification.
3.19 Data requirements. The Contractor shall generate data
in accordance with the requirements of the data item descriptions
cited in 4.5.9.
3.20 First article inspection. This specification makes
provision for first article inspection. Requirements for
submission of first article samples by the Contractor shall be as
specified in the contract.
3.21.1 Mechanical. Unless otherwise specified on the
drawing, all parts and assemblies shall be free from burrs, chips,
sharp edges, cracks, unblended radii, surface defects, dirt