5.2.3 Level C. The torpedo tube assembly, in the nonoperating condition,
shall be packed to afford protection against damage during direct shipment
from the supply source to the first receiving activity for immediate use.
Shipping containers shall comply with the carrier rules and regulations
applicable to the mode of transportation.
5.3.1 Special markings. None, unless otherwise specified.
5.3.2 Normal markings. In addition to the markings required by the con-
tract or order, shipping containers shall be marked in accordance with MIL-
STD-129, including serial numbers.
5.4 lnspection data sheets. When Quality Conformance Inspection
Data sheets are specified in the contract or order (See 6.2.2)
for completion in accordance with 4.4.2, one data sheet (or copy
thereof), bearing recorded data, shall be shipped with each
torpedo tube assembly inspected. The torpedo tube assembly
equipment serial number shall correspond to the serial number
recorded on the accompanying data sheet.
6.1 Intended use. Torpedo Tube Assembly Mk 32 Mod 9 is intended for use
in an amidship deckhouse on the 01 level of surface vessels. It will be used
with Attack Console Mk 53 Mod O of Fire Control System Mk 114.
6.2 Ordering data.
Procurement documents should specify the following:
(a) Title, number, and date of this specification.
(b) Required level of preservation and packaging.
(c) Required level of packing. (see 5.2)
(d] Assigned activity for preproduction and periodic production tests. (4.2.1)
Any exceptions to this specification.
(3.2.1, 3.2.2, 3.2.6, 4.4.1 & 5.3)
(f) That all additional samples required shall be provided and in-
spected at the expense of the supplier , when such additional samples are
required because of failure of any sample(s) to pass the prescribed in-
6.2.1 The attention of the contracting officer is invited to the Quality
Assurance Provisions and options in MIL-P-116.