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MIL-W-63468A (AR)
a.
Eighteen (18) warheads (6 boxes--2 from each
temperature condition) warhead nose down
(longitudinal axis 45 from vertical).
b.
Eighteen (18) warheads (6 boxes--2 from each
temperature condition) warhead base down
(longitudinal axis 45 from vertical).
No individual box shall be subjected to more than one drop. The
drop equipment and stand shall be capable of providing an
unimpeded free fall prior to striking the plate and permit
rebounding. Prior to performing this drop test, the following is
necessary.
a.
Serialize each warhead.
b.
X-ray or fluoroscope each round in two planes, 900
opposed.  Verify all components are secure and no
armed grenades are evident.
c.
Before dropping, each packaged warhead and box shall
be visually examined for evidence of incorrect
packaging.
After performing the drop test on all warheads, each round shall
be x-rayed or fluoroscope. A visual examination shall be
performed. The first article shall be rejected if one or more
warheads are found to be not safe as a result of the effects of
the seven-foot drop test.
If no safety hazard is noted, the warheads will be removed from
the boxes and placed on an approved package tester in their fiber
containers for the loose cargo test.  The warheads shall not be
tied down in any manner inside the tester. The warheads shall be
equally divided and temperature conditioned to -50F 5F,
70F 15F, and 160F 5F. The conditioning time shall
be 8 hours minimum and 24 hours maximum. The tester shall then be
vibrated for 30 minutes at a frequency of 5.0 hertz at 1.3 g's.
Following the loose cargo test, the warheads shall be subjected to
visual and x-ray or fluoroscopic examination. The first article
shall be rejected if one or more warheads are found to be not safe
as a result of the effects of the loose cargo test.
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