Applicable DID no.
Data requirement title
a. 3 .2.4
Reliability test plan
First article inspection
(Copies of DID's required by contractors in connection with specific
acquisition functions should be obtained from the Naval publications and Forms
Center or as directed by the contracting office.)
6.3.1 True boresight point. The geometric center of all the individual
barrel boresight points generated when each of the barrels is in the indexed
firing position. Each Individual barrel boresight point is determined by
inserting a boresight tool in the muzzle of the barrel and marking a target at
6.3.2 Contractor. The organization that contracts to manufacture the
6.3.3 Procuring activity. The organization that contracts to buy the
6.3.4 Failure. The inability of the gun system to meet the requirements
as specified herein. Malfunction due to Government furnished equipment or
human error will not be considered a failure.
6.3.5 Stoppage. Involuntary interruption of firing that cannot be
resumed by the use of the remote gun system control.
6.3.6 Steady-state firing rate. Continuous firing of at least thirty
rounds within the firing rate specified in 18.104.22.168.
6.4 Safety precautions. The loading, assembly, and handling of the
explosives and the finished items covered by this specification involve
hazardous operations and therefore require explosive safety precautions.
Standard precautions for explosive-loaded items are contained in DoDD