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NAVY - OPNAV 8026.2C

(N411) NAVY MUNITIONS DISPOSITION POLICY

active, Most Current
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 22 October 2013
Status: active
Page Count: 13
scope:

This instruction applies to all Navy personnel (military, civilian, and contractors), commands, and activities that store and handle munitions or have a responsibility for the design of new or modification of existing ammunition or explosive items.

Purpose. To define policy, authority and responsibility for management of the Navy's disposition process for excess, obsolete, unserviceable, and waste military munitions generated or received at naval activities. The disposition process includes demilitarization (demil), recycling, declassification, and disposal. This instruction is a substantial revision and should be reviewed in its entirety.

Document History

OPNAV 8026.2C
October 22, 2013
(N411) NAVY MUNITIONS DISPOSITION POLICY
This instruction applies to all Navy personnel (military, civilian, and contractors), commands, and activities that store and handle munitions or have a responsibility for the design of new or...
May 14, 2007
(N4) NAVY MUNITIONS DISPOSITION POLICY
This instruction applies to all U.S. Navy activities and commands and to United States Marine Corps (USMC) activities/comrnands that handle Navy munitions. Purpose. To define policy, authority and...
June 15, 2000
(N411C) NAVY MUNITIONS DISPOSITION POLICY
This instruction applies to all Navy activities and to Marine Corps (MARCORPS) activities that handle Navy munitions.
April 12, 1989
(N411C) NAVY MUNITIONS DISPOSITION POLICY
This instruction applies to all Navy activities worldwide and all MC activities utilizing Navy disposal resources.

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