SHIPMENT AND LIMITED STORAGE AND DEMOLITION OF
MATERIAL TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
Section I. SHIPMENT AND LIMITED STORAGE
damage to instruments during cleaning operation. Paint
surfaces where paint film has been damaged.
b. Protection. When test stand 'is placed in limited
storage it should be covered to prevent entrance of dust
or water into assembly.
b. Make sure doors are securely fastened.
c. Wrap a protective covering around control panel
to protect instruments.
EQUIPMENT IN STORAGE.
d. Construct a suitable crate as to shipping
a. Inspection. Perform a monthly inspection while
instructions (figure 5) and secure test stand in crate.
equipment is in storage and inspect for evidence of
physical damage, such as rusting, accumulation of
148. LIMITED STORAGE.
a. Preparation of Equipment for Storage.
b. Maintenance. Every 30 days, service test stand
(1) Make a complete inspection of test stand
and perform necessary maintenance prescribed in
(2) Clean test stand as necessary. Remove rust or other
forms of corrosion. Exercise extreme care to prevent
Section II. DEMOLITION OF TEST STAND TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
b. Relays, resistors, and rectifier
When capture or abandonment of test stand to an
enemy is imminent, the responsible unit commander
must make the decision either to destroy the equipment
or to render it inoperative. Based on this decision,
orders are issued which cover desired extent of
Whatever method of demolition is
charges, and detonate them simultaneously with
employed, it is essential to destroy same vital parts of
detonating cord and a suitable detonator. (Refer to
all test stands and corresponding repair parts.
(1) One 1/24pound charge below meter.
151. DEMOLITION TO RENDER EQUIPMENT
(2) One 1/2-pound charge on top of circuit
Use a sledge hammer, pickaxe, or other heavy tool
(3) One 1/2-pound charge on top of T3
to destroy following:
a. Gages, switches, and controls on front of control
(4) One 1/2-pound charge on top of terminal