I would like to add that after the accident, we changed our procedures. Now we do not transport the rounds in the limber. The rounds remain in the tow vehicle until the gun is placed, then are transferred to the limber to prevent the rounds from bouncing around in the limber. All dividers have been removed from limber boxes that had them. We now have 3 inspections of the round: when it is removed from the limber ( before it is placed in the haversack), by the gunner when the round is advanced, and by #2 before he inserts the round. for each inspection, the round is rotated so that all surfaces are examined for any anomaly, deformation or leakage.