If you are looking to do the class for ammo handling, it is Ammo 67.
From Fort Carson 700-15, http://www.carson.army.mil/mpd...C%20REG%20700-15.pdf
(a) The AHC is intended for all Soldiers who handle Army ammunition, drive vehicles carrying
Army ammunition, or handle ammunition on ranges and training areas, which are serviced by the FC
For Soldiers to transport ammunition they must have a valid military driver's license with Hazmat
training annotated on the license. If Soldiers are not Hazmat trained, follow the instructions below.
(a) Click on Register for a WBT Course Registration; it is going to ask for your e-mail address
and confirmation) push summit bottom.
(b) Within a few hours the Soldier will receive an e-mail with their user name and password.
(c) Click on the link at the bottom of the registration e-mail.
(d) Use the provided logon name and password to logon. You will have to change your
(e) Select all view courses.
(f) Scroll down, select 2nd page.
(g) Select Ammo-67, Hazmat Familiarization and Safety in Transportation.
(h) Complete the course; it will take about 1-1/2 hours. When the course is complete, select
course examination and take the test. You must achieve a passing rating in order to select Transcript
and print the transcript.
(i) Show the transcript to the Master Driver to have your license endorsed "Hazardous Material
U) You will receive an e-mail asking you to complete the course evaluation. You can launch
this evaluation from the Learning Activities Evaluation page in Sum Total. Follow the directions below to
access the evaluation:
(1) Click on "Learn" in the blue menu bar located on the opening page.
(2) Scroll down the drop-down menu and click on "Learning Activity Evaluation."
(k) Follow the instructions to print the certificate.
This is what I use for drawing ammo at Knox, gets me Hazmat 1.1C on my license.