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Title: SMALL CALIBER Advanced Planning Briefing to Industry (APBI) 13 February 2002


1
SMALL CALIBER Advanced Planning Briefing to
Industry (APBI) 13 February 2002
Mr. Mike Richard Lake City/Small Cal Division
Lead Engineer/Project Manager SOSMA-PRS (309)782-
6523 DSN 793-6523 richardm2_at_osc.army.mil
2
Agenda
Green Ammo ACQUISITION STRATEGIES Small Cal
Division Structure
3
Green Ammo Background
  • Small caliber ammunition contains Ozone
    Depleting Chemicals,
  • Volatile Organic Compounds and toxic heavy
    metals
  • High rates of production result in large
    quantities of waste
  • which require treatment and disposal
  • Treatment and disposal is costly to
    manufacturing facility
  • and is included in cost of the ammunition
  • Heavy metals have negative impact on both
    indoor and outdoor ranges
  • FY94 FY01 Heavy Metal Averages
    (5.56mm/7.62mm/Cal .50)
  • Projectiles (Lead-Antimony) 2.5M lbs
    1,250 Tons
  • Primers (Barium, Antimony, Lead) 25,700 lbs
    12.85 Tons

4
Projectile Core Replacement Efforts
  • 5.56mm M855 Ball cartridge completed
  • Effort initiated 96 with SERDP Funding
  • Intended to be invisible to the Users.
  • Use existing Specification Requirements
  • Two candidates qualified
  • Field Tested
  • Stewart River, Alaska
  • MMR, Camp Edwards

5
M855, 5.56mm Bullet Assembly
  • M855, 5.56mm projectile is in production with a
    lead-free core

6
Green Ammo - ACQUISITION STRATEGIES ATK/LCAAP is
the prime contractor M855, 5.56mm is
production - Army plans to only procure Green
M855 starting in FY05 5.56mm, M856 Tracer -
Army plans to fund Low Rate Production effort in
FY02 - Production ramp-up starting in FY03
7.62mm, M80 Ball and M62 Tracer - Army plans
to fund Low Rate Production effort in FY02 -
Production ramp-up starting in FY03
7
ACQUISITION STRATEGIES
  • Items Managed 5.56mm, 7.62mm, Cal .50, Cal .30
    Blank
  • Facility Lake City AAP, Independence MO
  • Contractor Alliant TechSystems
  • 10 year FFP with ATK FY99 FY08
  • Items Managed 9mm and Shot Shells
  • Facility Olin East Alton
  • Contractor Olin Winchester
  • 5 year requirements contract FY 01 - FY 05
  • Volumes procured 500M - 750M annually
  • Annual program value Average 25 of total ammo
    budget
  • Customers USA, USMC, USAF, USN, FMS, DOE, DOI,
    FBI, CID, MDW, USCG

8
LCAAP/Small Cal Ammo Division
Ms. Rhonda VandeCasteele Small Cal/Lake City
Division Chief 309-782-5712
vandecasteeler_at_osc.army.mil
Mr. Gerald Strahl ARDEC Representative/Liaison
309-782-2148 strahlj_at_ria.army.mil
Mr. Mark Haldeman PCO Small Cal Ammo
309-782-3414 haldemanm_at_osc.army.mil
Ms. Patricia McKenna Project Manager 9mm,
5.56mm, 45cal, 30 cal 309-782-5685
mckennap2_at_osc.army.mil
Ms. Nancy Busch Project Manager 7.62mm, Shot
Shells, .50 Cal 309-782-7410
buschn_at_osc.army.mil
MR. Michael Richard Lead Engineer/Project
Manager Green Ammo, 300 Win Mag 309-782-6523
richardm2_at_osc.army.mil
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