These are the Ten Official Rules Regarding the Proper Usage of Ammunition Crates You will respect your fellow engineer, for he drops ammo at the time of his choosing. You will first search your local area for an existing ammunition crate in an armory or placed on the field by an engineer before calling for the delivery ammo. Also avail yourself of the ammo dispensing properties of any nearby APCs. If there is no close source of ammo, you will ask for ammo once and patiently await the dropping of ammo by an engineer or the completion of an armory. Upon having called for ammo and locating an ammunition crate or APC, you will load up fully on ammo so that the ammunition indicator over your head is extinguished. You are not to assault, harass, or annoy the engineer while he is waiting for his engineering tool to generate the necessary nanites to create an ammunition crate. Engineers are not to hoard ammunition crates for personal use over the necessity of the army as a whole. Whenever possible, allow others to have easy access to the ammo crate, both on the field and in armories. If others are blocking your access to the ammunition crate, do not push or shove or attempt to spite them for your negligence. This is an extension of the general rule not to disturb others while they are handling live ammunition. Do not drive over ammunition crates or disturb fellow soldiers with your vehicle while they are loading ammunition. The ammunition crate is not ever to be used as an emergency toilet.