SHIPMENT, LIMITED STORAGE, AND DEMOLITION
TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
Section I. SHIPMENT AND LIMITED STORAGE
9-1. Disassembly of Test Setup
Prepare the test facilities set for shipment or limited
............ Per MS 20003
storage as follows:
a. Remove all power from the associated IFF set.
Suitable wood packing case
b. Remove all cables and items connected to the
c. Check all items against the list of components
b. Packaging. After the components of the test
for the test facilitities set (para 1-7) to insure
facilities set have been placed into their allocated
containers, perform the following:
d. Store the components in their respective places
(1) Place two desiccant bags and one spot
humidity indicator inside of transit case. Close case by
1-4). Cables should
be coiled neatly and placed such
securing 16 spacing fasteners.
that the connectors will not bind the cable wire when the
(2) Wrap the transit case in a polyethylene
container is closed.
wrap and seal the wrap with sealing tape.
9-2. Repackaging for Shipment and Limited Storage
(3) Place the transit case into the wooden
'The exact procedure for repacking depends on the
packing case and secure the wooden cover.
material available and the conditions under which the
(4) Bind the packing case with two metal
equipment is to be shipped or stored. Adapt the outline
below as required. The information concerning the
(5) Secure the warning label to the top of the
original packaging (fig. 2-1) will also be helpful.
a. Material Requirements. The following materials
(6) Mark the carton in accordance with MIL-
are required for packaging the test facilities set. For
stock numbers of the materials, consult SB38-100.
c. Shipment. There are no special requirements
for shipment of the test facilities set once it has been
packaged. The test facilities set when packaged weighs
DEMOLITION OF MATERIAL TO PREVENT
9-3. Authority for Demolition
9-4. Methods of Destruction
The tactical situation and time available will determine
used to prevent the enemy from using or salvaging this
the method to be used when destruction of equipment is
ordered. In most cases, it is preferable to completely
Demolition of the equipment will be
accomplished only upon the order of the commander.
demolish some portions of