ESQDExplosive Safety Quantity Distance
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Department of the Navy dates back to 2003, when Glen Milner, a resident of Puget Sound, Washington, filed a FOIA request for the explosives safety quantity distance (ESQD) of the munitions stored at the naval magazine on nearby Indian Island.
Four new distance learning courses, AMMO-99-DL, AMMO-100-DL, AMMO 101-DL and AMMO-102-DL, provide self-paced instruction on explosives safety quantity distance (ESQD) principles, Army safety site planning, and tutorials on using an Automated Quantity Distance Calculator approved by the Department of Defense Explosive Safety Board (DDESB).