The unit must declare weapons and ammunition to the aircraft operator.
Weapons must be unloaded.
Weapons must be collectively secured in a crate and banded or individually locked in a hard-sided case.
Ammunition must also be securely packed in fiber (such as cardboard), wood or metal boxes or other packaging specifically designed to carry small amounts of ammunition.
Firearm magazines/clips for packing ammunition must be completely and securely enclosing any ammunition (e.g., by securely covering the exposed portions of the magazine or by securely placing the magazine in a pouch, holder or holster).
You may carry the ammunition in the same hard-sided case as the firearm, as long as you pack it as described above.
A unit representative must submit the unit's official travel orders and an inventory of weapons and ammunition being transported.
The unit representative must certify to TSA in writing that the weapons are unloaded.