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NAVSEAI 8020.5 (Complete Document)
Revision / Edition: C    Chg:    Date: 05/05/00   Abbreviations Definitions
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QUALIFICATION AND FINAL (TYPE) QUALIFICATION PROCEDURES FOR NAVY EXPLOSIVES (HIGH EXPLOSIVES, PROPELLANTS, PYROTECHNICS AND BLASTING AGENTS)
Published By:US Navy (NAVY)
Page Count:40
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Purpose. To establish policy and provide procedures for approving explosives for Navy use and to establish the Explosive Selection Working Group (ESWG).

Applicability. This instruction applies to explosives at Navy installations and aboard Navy ships or aircraft, whether designed and built by the Navy or developed by other services, private industry, or foreign sources and whether intended for operational use, testing, training, or transport. Fleet ballistic missile strategic weapons and nuclear weapons are excluded.
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