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Originally posted by Backslider
Hope I'm wrong, but I think something huge is in the works.
Originally posted by Fitch303
We're at war...............That's usually a good reason to make ammunition. Just sayin
Originally posted by Asktheanimals
Reflecting on this last night gave me pause.
Why would they need more artillery and mortar rounds?
Afghanistan, Iraq? probably not.
What kind of targets are these rounds for?
Hardened targets/ urban warfare
Possibly for a war that hasn't yet begun.
Duties include all areas of the melt pour operation from preparation of powder for melting to packaging of finished products.
Duties relative to melt pour include processing activities scheduled for the day, determining the phase of operation required,
setting the controls on the computer on first and second floor. Advises the supervisor immediately of any problems during
the melt pour process.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Operates a computer intecont, a loss-in-weight feeder and thermocouple thermometer for melts using all kettles (5 Gal., 50
Gal., and 250 Gal. ).
Activates and monitors systems associated with Explosive Melt System for all types of explosives.
Insures there is explosives ready for each pour at the start of each day and at the end of each day for the next days pour..
Coordinates pre and post system checks and cleans up as required on all floors.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
6 Months experience in operating and monitoring of production equipment. Thids is a physical job that requires being on
your fgeet cotinuosly and moving and lifting heavy objects.
Day and Zimmermann oprates the KS Army Ammunition Plant
Ext DZKS Explosive Op