SHIPMENT, LIMITED STORAGE, AND DEMOLITION
TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
SHIPMENT AND LIMITED STORAGE
with pressure-sensitive tape. Fasten the package
containing the technical manual to the power
supply with pressure-sensitive tape.
The information concerning the original pack-
a. Main Unit. Cushion the main unit on all
Repackaging of equipment for limited storage
sides with fillers and pads made up of corrugated,
normally will be performed at a packaging fa-
single-face, flexible paper. Secure the cushioning
cility or by a repacking team. Should emergency
with gummed paper tape. Wrap the cushioned
packaging be required, select the materials from
unit with corrugated, single-face, flexible paper
those listed in SB 38-100, used by the Army.
and secure the wrap with gummed paper tape.
Package the equipment in accordance with the
original packaging, in so far as possible, with
b. Technical Manual. Wrap the technical man-
ual in waterproof paper and seal the package
DEMOLITION TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
preferable to demolish completely some portions
Authority for Demolition
of the equipment rather than partially destroy
Demolition of the equipment will be accomplished
all equipment components.
only upon the order of the commander. Use the
a. Smash. Smash the cabinet, meters, and con-
trols. Smash the internal components.
4 to prevent further use of the equipment.
b. Cut. Cut the wiring of the power supply.
Methods of Destruction
c. Burn. Burn the technical manual first. Burn
The tactical situation and time available will de-
as much of the equipment as is flammable.
termine the method to be used when destruction
d. Dispose. Bury or scatter the destroyed parts.
of equipment is ordered. In most cases, it is