Directive 4000.19 (Basic Policies and Principles for
(a) Provide logistics implications
short and long range acquisition planning.
Support), the following:
(b) Provide logistics schedules and
costs for the Decision Coordinating Paper (DCP) or
ammunition in support of RDT&E of the Secretaries of
Program Memorandum (PM) required by Dod Instruction
the Navy and Air Force upon their request and with
5000.2 (The Decision Coordinating Paper (DCP) and the
resources provided by them.
personnel and military units of the Departments of the
(c) Meet standardization objectives
Navy and Air Force in ammunition logistics upon their
prescribed by DoD Directive 4120.3 (Department of
request and with resources provided by them.
Defense Standardization Program).
(16) Collaborate with the Secretaries of the
Secretaries of the Navy and Air Force, and submit
Navy and Air Force in advance procurement planning
program changes in manpower and costs required by
for assigned ammunition as set forth in C-5b(11), below.
this assignment either in Program Objective Memoranda
(POMs) or Program Change Requests (PCRs) in
(17) Collaborate with the Department of
accordance with DoD Instruction 7045.7 (The Planning,
Defense Explosives Safety Board on assigned
Programming, and Budgeting System).
ammunition functions in this assignment in accordance
with DoD Directive 5154.4 (The Department of Defense
(24) Plan, program, and budget resources
Explosive Safety Board).
necessary for his responsibilities and functions in this
assignment in accordance with DoD Instruction 7045.7
(18) Participate with the Secretaries of the
and with DoD Directive 7150.5 when the Department of
Navy and Air Force in configuration control of assigned
the Army is involved in a host-tenant relationship with
ammunition in accordance with DoD Directive 5010.19
the Departments of the Navy and Air Force.
b. The Secretaries of the Navy and Air Force shall:
(19) Participate in the industrial facilities
protection program prescribed by DoD Directive 5160.54
(1) Assign ammunition approved for use by
(Industrial Facilities Protection Program) in order to
their Military Services and released for full-scale
provide physical security and protection of industrial
production to the Secretary of the Army for procurement
facilities managed as set forth in C-5a(5) and C-5a(8),
as set forth in C-5a(1) above and for his further
management as set forth in C-5a(2) through (21) above.
Arrangements for this interservice support shall be
established in accordance with DoD Directive 4000.19.
personnel of the Departments of the Navy and Air Force
with access to plans, operations, and facilities for
(2) Provide their requirements as to
manufacturing, storage, maintenance/ renovation, and
quantities and priorities of assigned ammunition to the
demilitarization of assigned ammunition.
Secretary of the Army in time for him to purchase,
produce, store, and maintain/renovate such ammunition
(21) Establish, by agreement with the
from or in established privately-owned or Government
Secretaries of the Navy and Air Force, positions for
owned facilities or in time to establish the required
Navy and Air Force military and civilian personnel that
capability and capacity.
will provide career development in ammunition logistics.
(22) Provide, as required, and based on
procurement of assigned ammunition
interservice support established in accordance with DoD