were can I find the codes for electrical in a military weapons and munitions storage
I'm not certain, but I believe each branch of the military has their own electrical code. There's a possibility such may refer to the NEC (NFPA 70). I once had to look up Code for a marina in a watershed conservancy district which was under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and this proved to be the case. Google the branch followed by electrical code and perhaps one of the hits will direct you...
Good morning Stacy,
Having served as an electrician in the Air Force (many years ago) I can say that the Department of Defense typically adopts the NEC as it's foundational document for electrical installations. I have attached a link below that may aid in getting you started in the proper direction in your search. I pulled this link off of the web, I'm certain more specific documents exist.
Stephen C Benton, CESCP
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