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FBO DAILY ISSUE OF JANUARY 15, 2004 FBO #0779
SOURCES SOUGHT

13 -- MK77 Mod 5 Firebomb, NSN: 1325-01-286-3586; P/N: 923AS652; approximately 993 each

Notice Date
1/13/2004
 
Notice Type
Sources Sought
 
Contracting Office
U.S. Army Field Support Command, ATTN: AMSOS-CCA, Rock Island, IL 61299-5000
 
ZIP Code
61299-5000
 
Solicitation Number
W52P1J04-R-0077
 
Response Due
2/13/2004
 
Archive Date
4/13/2004
 
Point of Contact
Mary Hill, 309-782-6654
 
E-Mail Address
Email your questions to U.S. Army Field Support Command
(hillm@osc.army.mil)
 
Small Business Set-Aside
N/A
 
Description
A firebomb is a thin-skinned container of fuel gel designed for use against dug-in troops, supply installations, wooden structures, and land convoys. Firebombs rupture upon impact and spread burning fuel gel on surrounding objects. One or more ignite rs and fuzes are used to ignite the fuel gel mixture upon impact. Firebombs are used primarily for low level attacks. The Mk 77 Mod 5 firebomb holds approximately 75 gallons of fuel gel mixture and weighs approximately 500 pounds when filled. The container is cigar-shaped, non-stabilized (will tumble end over end when released from the aircraft), lightweight, and is made of aluminum. It has a 14-inch suspension between the lugs and provides two filler holes, which are 31 degrees down from the t op of the container. The filler holes are covered by filler caps, which are secured by retainer rings. The filler caps prevent foreign objects from getting inside the container during shipping and storage, and provide a sealed closure after the container i s filled with fuel gel before fuzing. The filler holes also provide for the installation of the primary fuses. During fuzing procedures, the filler caps are removed and replaced by igniters, which seals the closure. The production of this item basically requires welding of the aluminum bomb sections in a specific shape, casting filler caps, and a 10 PSI air pressure test for leaks. Fuel gelling mixture beads and MS3314 Suspension Lugs will be government furnished mat erial. Top level drawings are available upon request. Interested parties should send a written response to Mary C. Hill as above, email: hillm@osc.army.mil, phone 309-782-6654.
 
Place of Performance
Address: U.S. Army Field Support Command ATTN: AMSOS-CCA-M Rock Island IL
Zip Code: 61299-6500
Country: US
 
Record
SN00503151-W 20040115/040113212141 (fbodaily.com)
 
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