HOLD 'EM OFF
'TIL I DO THIS
WHERE, oH, WiERE pip YoUR PL MAN GO?
There's been a big squawk in a lotta outfits because so many men who
don't know supply get assigned to repair parts supply jobs.
Maybe you've been wondering why you've been having such a rough
lime gelling repair parts to keep your equipment maintained. It could be
just lhat ,a- said: No trained repair parts PLL supply man.
The -olution to this problem could be right there in your own outfit,
,. or. at nmost, in the next company or battalion.
S "Hozzat?" you say.
S The A rmy has trained oodles of supply men. You can spot 'em
bh a key number, 76, in their MOS. The ones you're most in-
*\ lerested in are 76A and 76Y.
Your unit's personnel clerk can spot any of these MOS
C "l in a jiffy. And, with the backing of your unit's CO (remem-
JPlpI P. ber, bad supply and maintenance sure can hurt his
Missionn, you could very well get a 76-er on that re.
O N0 pair parts supply job today.
You might call this "Operation Spirit of 76"
THIS SUPPSY ... getting those "76" supply men in supply slots.
ROOM IS A MESSe it a
WHAT KIND OF Give it a try.
oIt FMENTIIE MITilBUmffIE olNTHL
Isum No. 201 1970 Serlies
IN THIS ISSUE
GROUND MOBILITY 2-19
Motorlable 2i1 Tank Primry Fuel
14151 I Fiter 17
MI13/M11I3A 1 MIl7CRaneFinder 11
Multlhfuel Trclm 1s nilnerUnits IT l-
Exhaust Stack I Tak Wheel Toque 1I
1054M Hhowitzr 2 a22 M17 Curtries 23
M107 2 Small Am oo
GENERAL AND SUPPLY
RetoEegrde 2743 MisW Pulrs 51
Pit Fnnan 4449 ABI 310-31 51
DA Form 2408401 -1 New Pub ilea
M13 Kit 51 tinrs 64 -
Supply 1, 11. 20. 21. 2. 24.22, B. 27.
28, 0 38. 40,41,42.51.2 5. L4. .-
s, .,. 5sB., 0 and 13.
AIR MOBILITY 52-57
Hueyl/HiuyCobia 116 DA Form 12-3l 3I 57
' COMMUNICATIONS 58-63
iAenna Safely U ANIPRC-10 B
AhVS-3 Search- CX-42451G Cable St
IIght 5 Toelypnwriler Tp It
lUnean's Belt B Parts Note 61
VRC-)2 80 Nylon Wrench 83
Fuse News 0i Squad Radila I
Uen of tIeds for prftIng of t i plttol
tlon k been appranvd by Head uartls,
Depalllr nt of tl Army. 28 Febmrnr 19L8
DISTRIBUTION1 In accordance with re-
quirments submitted on DA Fanm 124
SFront of Vehicle ChecpN
.- ,..i; ;,, ^ ..frontof Vehicle Cheeks 3
THIS WAY YOU
:AN DO YOUR BEFORE,
ANP SAVE STEPS.
.) EVERYBODY WINS h
SSEE THE BEAUTIFUL
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT: Start at the left
front ol your vehicle. Make sure you have all
the lools assigned to the vehicle and the
operator's manual If the vehicle is required
to have a fire extinguisher, make sure it's on
hand, serviceable, and mounted correctly.
Fill out top of DA Form 2404, but leave off
the date and signature.
DAMAGE: At the front of the
vehicle, check these items for rq 9
a. Fenders: Dents, splits, rust
spots, missing or loose nuts and
b. Grill: Breaks, missing or
loose nuls and bolts?
c. Radiator: Leaks? Bent or
punctured tubes? Obstructions in
the radiator core?
d. Lights: Cracked lenses, loose
mounting rims? All lights secure?
e. Bumper: Dents, broken welds,
loose or missing nuts and bolts7
Any spots need painting?
f. Hood: Dents, cracks, miss-
ing or loose bolts? Any spots re
quire repair or paint?
YA GOT THERE.
OIL AND WATER LEVELS: Oil level at the FULL mark? Not over-
full? Water in radiator cover the end of tubes? Cracked, loose,
or broken water hoses? Loose parts? Broken or leaking fuel or
oil lines? Antifreeze recorded on monthly DA Form 2408-1? (For
multifuel engine oil check procedure, see PS 205, Page 54, or
TB 750-981-3 (Jul 69), Article 3-8.)
DAMAGE: Inspect the right side of your vehicle for any damage
Which might have occurred after the vehicle was parked the night
before. This should include such items as broken windows, dents,
GAS CAP: Check for bad gasket.
h DAMAGE: Look
gate, rear lights,
I THINK SHE'S ONE
for any damage to tail-
trailer connections, tow
\* g (j CORRODED
AIR HOSE CONNECTIONS: Check for any
damage to connections, and see that dummy
couplings are in place. If the vehicle is con-
nected to a trailer, make sure all lines are
L: left Side 5
(Same. Right Sidel
4' Inside Calb
BRAKE PEDAL. Depress the brake
pedal and hold down. The brake pedal
should not creep down. If a loss of foot
pressure is noted.there's a leak in the
system and it must be corrected soon-
est. Make sure there's plenty of space
between the bottom of the brake pedal
and the floorboard when pedal is de-
pressed. If the space is less than 2
pedal travel, the brakes should be G IT
checked and adjusted. ADJUSTED I
CLUTCH PEDAL ADJUSTMENT: See
S /4 -if there is enough free travel. Free pedal
travel is the movement of the clutch
pedal downward before pressure in-
-creases and the clutch starts to disenc
gage. All clutch adjustment checks are
extremely sensitive and should be made
DOES YOUR FREE TRAVEL by depressing the clutch pedal by hand,
AGREE WITH THIS TABLE not with the feet.
UNUSUAL NOISES: Run engine at a
fast idle (do not "race" or "gun" engine)
and check under the hood of vehicle. If
you hear any unusual noises, turn off
the engine immediately, and call your
supervisor. If oil gage does not indicate
pressure within a few seconds, stop the
engine, and call your supervisor.
ENGINE CONTROLS: Check engine
controls, including the accelerator,
throttle, and choke, to see that they are
I INSTRUMENT CHECK: r,
After the engine has been
warmed up by idling for ap-
proximately 3 minutes, the
instruments may be check-
ed as follows:
a. Oil Pressure: Oil pressure-when engine is idling-should register not
less than 15 pounds. Pressure indicates engine oil pump is working. But, remember,
oil pressure does not mean the crankcase is full! Pressure readings may go up or
down as engine speed is increased or decreased, but a sudden drop or uneven change
of pressure indicates trouble. Stop the engine and find out what's causing it.
b. Battery-Generator Indicator: With switch ON (engine not running), needle-should
register 2/3 up in the yellow panel; with engine running at high idle (about 1,500
RPM), needle should register 2/3 up in the green panel (at the nub).
e. Air Brake Pressure (if applicable):
c. Tachometer: Tachometer should This gage should indicate the pressure
be registering the RPM of the engine. at which the brakes will operate effec-
tively. (100 to 105 PSI for 2/2 and 5 ton
0 d. Fuel Gage: Fuel gage should reg-
ister full if the previous operator did his f. Temperature Gage: Normal range
last after operation check. is from 160 to 180 degrees.
RFETY DEVICES: HOLD THE WATER,
MAN, IT'S JUST A
a Air Pressure Warning Buzzer: This buzzer is a low pressure warning device
and will buzz until your operating pressure reaches 65 PSI. Do not move your ve-
hicle until you have operating pressure, and the warning buzzer has stopped.
b. Lights: Make sure they're all burn-
ing, both high and low beam, and that
tail and stoO lights are ooeratine.
d. Windshield Wipers: Make sure
blades are in good condition and wipers
DUMP HOIST (if applicable): Raise
and lower the dump body to make sure
it will operate. Check for leaks.
c. Mirrors: Make sure the mirrors
are not damaged. Adjust for driving.
e. Horn: Make sure it blows.
* ACCIDENT REPORT AND IDENTIFICA-.
TION FORMS: Make sure you have Ac-
cident Report and Identification Forms
in the glove compartment (Std Form 91
and DD Form 518).
KNOW WHERE THE
FORM 151 It's
I CAN'T FIND!!
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS: Make
sure all wheels are braking equally.
Notice any loss of pressure in the
pedal when you apply the brakes.
STEERING: Be sure there's not
too much free play in your steering
wheel. Notice any hard steering,
wheel wobble, or wandering of
your vehicle from side to side. If
you think something is wrong,stop
.-: i. ..- .... ... ...... .
UNUSUAL NOISES: Keep a
sharp ear for any unusual
noises in the engine, clutch,
transmission, transfer case,
drive shaft and rear end. An
unusual noise is any noise you
do not normally hear during
There should be no slipping or
chatter when it starts to en-
gage. Be sure you do not
"ride" the clutch. (Keep your
foot off that pedal!.)
ENGINE OPERATION: Be sure
your engine operates smoothly at
all times. Listen for any knocks
(valve knock or gas knock). Make
sure your engine is hitting on all
cylinders and is getting gas prop-
erly. Report any malfunction.
check should be continuous
through the day. A casual glance at
the dashboard will tell you when
your vehicle is operating properly.
Instruments to check include oil
pressure, bat-gen, tachometer,
fuel, air pressure, temperature and
( MAKE HALT CHECK 1 '
EACH TIME YOU
VEHICLE FOR -
\ 10 MINUTES ) "-
LEAKS: Make a quick turn around
with the truck, checking on the ground
under the vehicle for any excessive
leaks. Take a quick look under the hood
for any gas, oil, or water ;eaks.
LOOSE NUTS AND BOLTS: Look under
carriage and body mountings for loose
or missing nuts and bolts.
START THE ENGINE: Listen for any
unusual noises you may have not no-
ticed during operation. Look at the fol-
lowing safety devices with the engine
a. Air Pressure Warning Buzzer:
Make sure the air pressure warning
buzzer is operating and cuts out at cor
rect pressure Do this by bleeding down
the air pressure to below 65 PSI.
TIRES AND WHEELS: Check your
dual tires by striking with a lug wrench
to be sure they are inflated. Check all
wheel lug nuts; make sure they're in
place and tight. Remove any rocks you
find between dual tires.
OIL, WATER AND FUEL: At your last
halt of the day, and before parking your
truck for the night, check and refill to
proper level: Crankcase with Oil, Radi-
ator with Water, and Fuel Tank with
Fuel. Record fuel and oil on the trip
ticket. (DA Form 2408-1).
STING TANG WALLA
WALLA BING BAN&
b. Mirrors: Not broken or loose Ad-
jusled for rear-view vision.
c. Lights: Make sure all lights are in
operating condition (check high and low
beams), including the tail and stop
lights, particularly if the vehicle is to be
used that night.
d. Windshield Wipers: Make sure
they operate and rubber on the blades
is not damaged.
e. Horn: Make sure it blows!
*s Under Hlooder:
WITH THE ENGINE IDLING, lift the
hood and eyeball the following items: a. Leaks: Look around the valve
cover (on top of the engine for valve-in-
head, and side for L-Heads), around the
oil filters or lines, and the fuel system.
b. Loose Items to Look Check exhaust and intake manifolds
For: Vibration in the gener- for cracks or escaping gas. Same for the
ator, water pump, fan, and cylinder head gasket, to make sure
air cleaner; any loose wir- there is no escaping power. Inspect radi-
ing or mountings. ator for leaks in the tank, core or con-
ing or mountngsnecting hoses. Watch that fan, and keep
your fingers attached to your hands.
LEAKS: Excessive leaks on the
ground and underside of vehicle.
mDAMAGE: Dents and scratches (bare
metal spots that need painting).
j.TIRES AND WHEELS: Make sure tires
are correctly inflated by looking at
single tires and hitting duals with a
lug wrench. Make sure all wheel lug
nuts are in place and tight.
ft T LOOKEi;
OK BEFORE I
SUT TWE AIJ
SPRINGS, SHOCKS, AND TORQUE
RODS: Inspect springs for broken leaves
and secure mountings. Make sure shock
absorbers are mounted properly. Look
at torque rod ends for wear and make
sure they're secure.
DRIVE SHAFT AND UNIVERSALS:
Look for excess play, loose nuts and
bolts, and clean lubrication.
S STEERING MECHANISM: LOOSE OR MISSING
I DON'T Leaks? Steering arms and BOLTS: Look over entire ve-
KNOW IJUST linkage tight? Loose or hide, including body,
GoT OUT OF THE missing bolts? cables, frame, etc., for any
TRUCK AND loose or missing bolts and
SLAMMED THE nuts.
RE Rear I
II- ... .'.. .. ..I I
-LEAKS: Unusual leaKs
on the ground, on the rear
differentials, and hoist as-
sembly (dump trucks only).
Make sure they are not
damaged and dummy coup-
lings are in place.
NUTS OR BOLTS: Missing
nuts or bolts on the tail-
gate, mud flaps, dump
body, and undercarriage.
Right Side Same as left side except for...
BATTERY: Holildown connections ,
tight. Looi at tiller caps t:r cracks and
make sure vent holes aren I plugged up
Be sure electrolyte level is at least '1
inch over the platesido not overlilll. Ter-
minal connections loose' Wipe oil any
dirt or condensation that may be on top
of the batteries Make sure a thin coat
of lubricant is applied to the terminals
to prevent corrosion, and be sure bat .
tery bo. cover is put back on right
,IDAMAGE: Look over front fenders,
grill, hood and bumper for dents, rust
spots, broken welds, missing bolts and
STEERING LINKAGE: Look for loose
tie rod ends and excessive drag link
Y S LOOSE NUTS AND BOLTS: Run your
eyes over all mounting bolts, including
those on the fender and body, for loose
or missing items.
SB CV JOINTS: Look for torn or leaking
f boots, or rusty and worn ball joints, de.
pending on vehicle.
S REPORT VEHICLE CHECKED AND SECURED: Report to your supervisor that your
vehicle has been thoroughly checked, is ready for the following day's operation and
has been secured for the night.
FRONT OF VEHICLE LEFT SIDE
1. Tools and Equipment 1. Damage
2. Damage 2. Tires and Wheels
3. Leaks 3. Leaks
4. Oil and Water Level 4. Tighten Gas Cap
RIGHT SIDE IN SEAT
1. Damage 1. Broke Pedal Adjustment
2. Tires and Wheels 2. Clutch Pedal Adjustment
3. Leaks (START ENGINE)
4. Tighten Gas Cap 3. Unusual Noises
4. Engine Controls
REAR H 5. Instrument Check
1. Damage a a. Oil Pressure
1. Damage Indicatok
2. Air Hose Connections b. Bat-Gen Indicator
I iL. .c. Tachometer
I a UKs
d. Fuel Gage
d. Fuel Gage
e. Air Brake Pressure
f. Temperature Gauge
6. Safety Devices
a. Air Pressure Warning Buner
d. Windshield Wipers
7. Dump Hoist
8. Accident Report and Identification Forms
9. Report Vehicle Checked and Ready for
DURING OPERATION CHECK
1. Broke Adjustment 4. Unusual Noises
2. Clutch Adjustment 5. Steering
3. Instruments 6. Engine Operation
a. Oil Pressure
b. Bat-Gen Indicator AT HALT
d. Fuel Gage 1. Leaks
e. Air Broke Pressure 2. Tires and Wheels
f. Temperature Gage 3. Loose Nuts and Bolts
g. Speedometer 4. Oil, Water, and Fuel (Refill)
J K AFTER OPERATION CHECK -,'* "j
IN SEAT REAR
1. Start Engine 1. Damage
a. Air Pressure Warning Buzzer 2. Leaks
b. Lights 3. Air Connections
c. Mirrors 4. Loose or Missing Bolts
d. Windshield Wipers RIGHT S
2. Under Hood 1. Damage
a. Leaks 2. Tires and Wheels
b. Look For Loose Items 3. Springs, Shocks, Torque Rods
5. Loose or Missing Bolts
1. Drain Air Tank 6. Battery
2. Loosen Gas Cap 7. Loosen Gas Cap
3. Damage FRONT
4. Tires and Wheels
5. Springs, Shocks and Torque Rods 1. Damage
6. Drive Shafts and Universals 2. Leaks
7. Leaks 3. Steering Linkage
8. Steering Mechanism 4. Loose Nuts and Bolts /
9. Loose or Missing Bolts 5. C/V Joints
10. Operating Faults 6. Report Vehicle Checked and Secured
It's recommended that you keep the top speed for your M151-series 1/4-ton
truck under 50-MPH for the first 1,000 miles of operation. This's for proper
break-in of drive line components and service brakes.
Whether new or already broken in, never torture your quarter-tonner with:
SPEED TOO HIGH FOR SKIPPING GEARS WHEN SHIFTING
THE GEAR POSITION .0
DRAG STRIP TAKEOFFS USING THE ENGINE ALONE TO BRAKE-DOWN
-f" .L GUNGUN FROM HIGH SPEED
SUDDEN OR FORCED ENGAGEMENT OF OPERATING CONTROLS
M113/MII3AI WEIGHT CLASS
Confused about the weight classification for M113/M113A1 vehicles, includ-
ing the M577A1? It's 11... like FM 5-36 (May 65) says in Ch 1 (Apr 66), Table
IV-1, page AIV-9. TM 9-2300-257-10 will get this new word.
$g SWITCHING' TIME
There's a new starter switch for G744-series 5-ton diesel and multifue trucks
and for those G742-series 2-1/2-ton multifuel trucks with the LD 465-1 engine
(M35A2 etc.). Ask for Switch, starter, FSN 2920-133-9629 the next time you
order one. It replaces Switch, FSN 2920-781-1953.
Have you got the new vertical exhaust stack on your M52A1 truck tractor (or
other straight diesel 5-tonner)? The exhaust pipe-to-turbocharger clamp assembly
is FSN 2990-972-2605 -same as used on the older exhaust system-listed in
TM 9-2320-211-20P w/Ch 1 and Ch 2 (Apr 67).
So you got a little leak around the
outlet opening on the primary fuel filter
head of your M60A1 tank ... or maybe
it's on your M60, M48A3 or M103A2
tank or AVBL or M728 CEV.
The thing not to do is try to stop the
leak by tightening up real hard on the
tapered pipe reducer FSN 4730-542-
What'll happen, you're sure to crack
the filter head. Then you've got real
The way to stop the leak is with a
little thread and gasket sealing com-
pound FSN 8030-656-1426. Put it on
the threads of the pipe reducer and fuel
line and then carefully tighten the con-
nection to anything between 250-280
I 7 W---Z-1 I
M17C RANGE FINDER REMINDER
Here's a reminder on that M17C range finder in your M60/M60A1 tank: Keep
your cotton-pickin' hands off the ICS and halving knobs unless you know what
The dope on using 'em right is on page 2-85 of Ch 8, (Sep 69) of your TM 9-
For routine range finder operation leave the red covers in place, or you'll get
your coincidence reticle out of whack.
a FOR CV'S
If your requests for gas particulate filter units for your combat vehicles have
been bouncing back, here's why-
Filter units for CV's are now called installed equipment. The units will
eventually be pulled out of your TOE and added to the vehicle's BIIL's.
CV's can get filter units in 1 of 3 ways:
1. Installed by MWO at support level
2. Installed by the manufacturer
3. Installed by depot
Even though your vehicle's TM may already cover PM SOP on a filter unit (like
Ch 10, TM 9-2300-224-20, for example), filter units have been OK'd for the fol-
lowing vehicles only.
M48A2 and M48A2C tanks M8A2 or M8A3 9-2350-208-30/4
The M551 Sheridan gets the M8A3 filter unit, and the M728 combat engineer
vehicle gets the M13A1 filter unit. Both are installed by the manufacturer.
Other CV's will get their filter units installed as their MWO's are published.
So keep an eye out for the filter unit OK for your combat vehicles. If your equip-
ment is already authorized a filter unit, and the MWO hasn't been completed, give
your support outfit a DA Form 2407 work request.
Make a note somewhere handy-a request for a filter unit must provide ex-
ception data. In addition to identifying the MWO, the DA Form 2765-1 must also
list the nomenclature, model and manufacturer's serial number (not the USA
number) for the vehicle concerned.
Remember, once installed the filter unit stays with the vehicle all the way back
On your requests for masks to go with the filter units installed in your CV's,
you must provide exception data as to the vehicle's model number and the type
of radio it uses (FM or AM).
The M25 and M25AI tank masks are for The M14A1 or M14A2 tank masks work
use with FM radio sets. with the AM sets.
The M14A2 mask, however, can be used with the FM radios when its mike is
changed like it says in Ch 2, TM 3-4240-223-15, para 38.1. After the mike swap
it becomes an M25 mask.
TANK WHEEL TORQUE
Without wheels your track vehicle
So why is that news?
Because roadwheels and compensat-
ing idler wheels for some tracks are in
real short supply.
So what can you do about it?
You can get the longest possible life
our of your roadwheels and compensat-
ing idlers by making sure all wheel re-
taining nuts are torqued as tight as the
TM's say. TORQUE
M48 M48I ad 48,I aks- 80t
420 poun fee toqeo he e ini
Besides keeping your wheel retaining
nuts right you can help the supply prob-
lem by being a wheeler dealer and turn-
ing in to supply all unserviceable-
repairable wheels on the shortage list
for depot rebuild.
You can ram yourself into the next world with the wrong rammer-extractor for
your 105-MM howitzer.
It's easy enough to do because at least 6 different wrong models (some of them
very dangerous) are now in the field.
With the wrong rammer a tip of the ramming plate can set off the primer.
So, check all the rammers in your outfit and if you've got any that don't shape
up, ship 'em out. Here's how you check: EXTRACOR
Look for the part number (on the extractor). 61/2" R TR
Howitzer Model Pert Number FULCRUM
M101 or MIOAI 7306159 RAMMING
M102orM108 11577644 PLATESM101 OR M1A
Any rammer that can't pass the part number test should be taken out of service,
but even if the part number is right the rammer could still be wrong.
Seems 2 or 3 different models were issued under the same part number. So
check both the fulcrum length and the distance between the ramming plates. You
have the right rammer only if everything matches up like this .
Minimum distance between
Howitzer Model Panrl umber Fulcrum Length ramming plates
M101 orMIO1AI 7306159 6h/ inches 1/2i inches
M102 or M108 11577644 6% inches I1/z inches
Even with the right rammer you'ree still not home free and clear. If it's burred,
bent out of shape or banged up it's dangerous. so turn it in for a new one.
Here're the FSN's and authority for the rammers:
M101 or MIO1Al (FSN 4933-730-6159) ..... Ch 5 to TM 9-325
MI02 (FSN 4933-927-7277) TM 9-1015.234-12
M108 IFSN 4933-927-7277) ..... .............. Ch 4 to TM 9-2350217-10
So now you have the right rammer, and it's in good condition. You could still
blow things up by using it upside down.
It's easy to figure out which is upside down and which is right side up. Just put
the rammer tool into the breech recess so the rounded edges of the ramming
plates will make contact with the cartridge case.
This will happen with the MI101 and
M 101A 1 if you put the fulcrum into the
breechblock guides in the breech ring
with the tips of the extractor pointing
to the right.
With the I102 or M108 you
position the tool so the extractor
tips are pointing straight down-
RIGHT FOR MOI DOWN FOR
AND MIOIAl M102 AND MIO8
The fulcrum should slide freely in the guides. If you put it in right but it fits
so loosely it could tip in the guides it is too worn or damaged to use-so get a
You don't need to use a lot of muscle. If you can't seat the cartridge easily, take
it out and put in a new one.
21 i[--M ORE
Suppose you need a rammer but you turned in your old one and you don't
have the new one yet... What to do?
You can sometimes seat a round that won't chamber when you first load it by
using the open end of a fired cartridge case as a rammer.
E-A-S-Y DOES IT
To get out an unfired round stuck in the chamber, use the bell rammer on the
end of the sectional cleaning staff, and gently poke it out.
If the round has been fired, poke out the empty cartridge with the cleaning
staff without the bell rammer on the end.
These are field expedients to be used only until you get the right rammer-
the M0IAI -
have serial numbers on the breechblock and the carriage
but none that apply to the complete weapon.
SO WHAT NUMBER DO WE
USE ON LOG RECORDS OR
Dear Captain J. Z.,
For the M 101A1 and other howitzers that don't .. ......,.
have serial numbers for the complete weapon, use
their carriage serial numbers. 2
The rule in TM 38-750 on use of DA Form 2408-8
control numbers doesn't apply to these howitzers.
YOU GET ON
A new M113E1 autofrettage tube for your M107 175-MM SP gun is the latest
round of good news to zero in on gunnery circles these days.
This El model will almost double interim tube life by letting you reach 700
effective full-charge rounds between trade-ins... compared to 400 EFC rounds on
the current M113 tube. So, you don't have to ask for tube changes as often.
You'll only be able to tell the differ-
ence by the bell shaped muzzle on the
autofrettage tube. But your supply man
will know the difference by its FSN:
1025-113-5636 for the complete can-
non, including all breech components M113 M113E1
... FSN 1025-113-5637 for the tube 400 EFC 700 EFC
only. ROUNDS ROUNDS
STICK TO M79 CARTRIDGES
The M79 grenade launcher's not de- YOU
signed to fire pyrotechnic cartridges BEEN
used in the AN-M8 Very pistol or AN- T
M9 hand projector. Cartridges AN- PYROTECHNIC
M37 thru AN-M58 are .055-inch 5TUPF,-
smaller in diameter than the 40-MM AGAIN?
ammo and have no rotating band.
Using other than authorized 40-MM
cartridges in the M79 could damage
both you and the launcher.
T~ Sna11 EZSrmls
'l"'col =Eit S01\T
Now you see it-now you don't. So
you're wondering what's happened to
that armorer's tool kit. Here's the story:
Armorer's Tool Kit, FSN 5180-754-
0640, LIN 453650 W31634, SM 10-4-
5180-A19 (Jan 62) was changed by SB
9-196 (Apr 67). The SB added 27 tools,
deleted 11 and changed the set to Small
Arms Repairman Tool Kit, FSN 4933-
357-7770, LIN W51910 (453995), SC
4933-95-CL-A07. The latest pub is
dated April 1969.
If you need a complete tool kit, order
FSN 4933-357-7770, but if you just
need to bring your kit up to date, order
the individual items you need.
Here's what you should have in your
kit. You get one each unless noted.
BOX, PLASTIC, SMALL PARTS: 16 compart-
ments I in x 1' in, I compartment 4KO in x
1' in, 7% in Ig x 4% in w x 1% in h, w/
CAPS, VISE JAW: brass i
face, 2% in w jaws
CHISEL, COLD, HAND: % in w cut, 5'/i i Ig
DRIFTPIN: sgle taper, / in largest dia, 4 in Ig
DRIFTPIN: sgle taper, a in largest dia, 4 in Ig
FILE, HAND: American patt, fl type, dble cut sm
faces, sgle-cut sm edges, 6 in heel to pt
FILE, HAND: American patt, half-rd type, dble
cut sm face, sgle-cut sm face, 6 in heel to pt
FILE, HAND. American patt. id type, '4 in dia
of largest sec, sgle-cut sm cut, 6 in heel to pt
FILE, HAND: American patt, slim taper type,
sglecut handsaw faces and edges, 6 in heel
FILE SET. HAND: sw-patt, needle type, No. 0
cut, 5Y in Ig o 'a, 12 files, w case, c o 1 ea
barrette .... ...... 5110-249-2886
crossing ........... 5110-249-2883
equaling ......... 5110-166-1207
flat ... 5110-249-2882
half-round ... 5110-245-4160
joint ..... 5110-239-3276
knife ..... .. 5110-166-1203
slitting .. ... 5110239-7609
square .. .. 5110-239-7597
three square 5110-239-7586
HAMMER, HAND: 1 in dia screw.in inserted
plastic faces, 1r med and 1 tough face, 6 oz
When exhausted use 5120-900-7871
HAMMER, HAND: 1 in dia screw-in inserted
plastic faces, lbrglass hdl, 11% in Ig, % Ib wt
-FAC HA ED: md
FACE, HAMMER, INSERTED: med plastic
FACE, HAMMER. INSERTED: tough plastic
HAMMER, HAND: machinist's, ball peen, 8 oz
HAMMER HAND: soft br hd, 3 o total wt
HANDLE, FLE, WOOD: 1 in dia, 4 in Ig o/a
HANDLE, FILE, WOOD: 1 in dia, 4' in Ig o/a
HANDLE. SOCKET WRENCH: rvrs rtc palm grip
type, % in drive end, 1A in Ig o/a
KEY, SOCKET HEAD SCREW: hex type, L-type
hdl, )6 in w across flats, 1% In Ig arm
KEY, SOCKET HEAD SCREW: hex type, L-type
handle, X in w across flats, 2 in Ig arm
KEY. SOCKET HEAD SCREW: hex type, L-type
hdl, 4 in across flats, 2%, In Ig arm
KEY, SOCKET HEAD SCREW: hex type, L-ype
hdl, Y in w across flats, 2% in Ig arm
KEY, SOCKET HEAD SCREW: hex type, L-type
hdl, 56 in w across flats, 2Y2 in Ig arm
KEY, SOCKET HEAD SCREW: hex type, L-type
hdl, )6 in w across flats, 23 in Ig arm
KEY. SOCKET HEAD SCREW: hex type, L-type
hdl, J ( in w across flats, 3 in Ig arm
KEY, SOCKET HEAD SCREW: hex type, L-type
hdl, K in across flats, 1% in Ig arm
OILER, HAND: 6 oz cap, pressure fed by int
pump S body, ni-pltd fin, 1% in bottom dia, 6
in Ig spout w 'removable tip, w/closure cap at-
tached, w, o holder bracket
PADLOCK: pin tumbler type, individually keyed,
5,000 key changes, 1 in w x 14 In h br-bz
case, % in clearance .240 in to .323 in dia br-
bz shackle, w 'clevis, chain, and 2 keys
/ USE GRAPHITE
S FSN 9620- 253-6712
YIN KEY SLOT TO
KEEP IT WORKING
IN COLD WEATHER.
PLIERS Ig rd nose, w/cuter, 6 in
PLIERS, DIAGONAL CUTTING: 6 in sik
PLIERS: parallel action jaws, a
PUNCH, CENTER, SOLID-. in dia at top ofa
taped pt, % in stk dia, 4.in Ig o/a
PUNCH, CENTER, SOLID: % in die at top of
tapd pt, 4 in dia of stk, 3% in Ig o/a
PUNCH, DRIVE PIN: stght type, 0.070 in dia,
1/ in Ig pt
PUNCH, DRIVE PIN: stght type, 0.055 in dia,
4 in Ig pt
PUNCH, DRIVE PIN: stght type, J. in dia, 1Y.
Il gpt I
PUNCH, DRIVE PIN: stght type, % in dia, 3%
In Ig pt
PUNCH, DRIVE PIN: stght type, f in die, 2 In
PUNCH SET, DRIVE PIN: 9 stght punches, w/
HE pt dia in pt Ig in
FROM K. Y 5120-2406082
URRING. 3 %1, 5120-242-3435
% % 5120-242-5966
a '% 5120-240-6104
X6 '3(% 5120-2930791
I 1 5120-293-0792
Y 1 5120-240083
) 1 5120-2930793
y% 1 5120-273-0001
RASP, HAND: 1 6 in w x 3 in thk at largest
sec, sm cut faces, file cut edgis, 12 in heel
SCREWDRIVER, CROSS TIP: plastic hdl, Phil-
lips No. 1 tip, 3 in Ig blade, % in female sq-
drive in end of hdl
SCREWDRIVER; FLAT TIP: plastic hdl, % in w
flared tip, 1i in Ig blade, % in female sq-
drive in end of hdi
SCREWDRIVER, FLAT TIP: plastic hdl, plain, Y
in w flared tip, 4 in Ig blade, % in female sq-
drive in end of hdl
SCREWDRIVER, FLAT TIP: plastic hdl, plain, %
in w flared tip. 8 in Ig blade, ? in female sq-
drive in end of hdl
SCREWDRIVER, FLAT TIP: plastic hdl, stght
sided tp, % in w, 5 in Ig blade, % in female
sq-drive in end of hdl
SCREWDRIVER. FLAT TIP. plastic hdl, (6 in tip
w, 5 in Ig blade, 3 in female sq-drive in end
SCREWDRIVER, FLAT TIP: plastic hdl, w. pocket
clip, B in w flared tip. 2 in Ig blade
SCREWDRIVER, JEWELER'S SWIVEL KNOB:
0.070 in w tip, w.- I removable blade
STONE. SHARPENING: half-rd, syn, al-oxide,
fine grit, 4 in Ig x 3/ in w x K in thk o a
STONE, SHARPENING: natural, unmtd, hard
grit, sq. % in thk x Y in w x 3 in Ig
STONE, SHARPENING: natural, unmtd, hard
grit, rd-edge slip, 4 in Ig x 1% in w x 3 in thk
edge, ~ in thin edge
STONE. SHARPENING: rd, syn. al-oxide or sili-
con carbide, fine grit.4 in Ig x % in thk
STONE, SHARPENING: sq, syn, al-oide or sili-
con carbide, fine grit, 6 in Ig x % in w x %
STONE, SHARPENING: tri, syn. al-oxide or sili-
con carbide, fine grit, 4 in Ig x 3 in w x Y
TAPE, MEASURING: S, general purpose dis-
tance measuring type, Y in w x 72 in Ig, grad
in units of Y in, 3'f in, and 1 in, 3, in incre-
ments 1st 6 in upperside, 3f6 in increments on
bal of ribbon. Ih to rh
reading, w 'case, butt
end type, pull-push
TOOL BOX, PORTABLE: S, enmld fin and parnt-
ed, 16 in Ig x 8/2 in w x 10% in o a excl
projections, 5 drawers,
w, panel front. Ikg fa-
cilities incl, nonintegral
lock. 2 additional han-
dles located on sides
VISE, BENCH, CLAMP BASE:
stationary base, w.. anvil
back, 2! in w jaw, 2%
in jaw opng
WRENCH, OPEN END, ADJUSTABLE: sgle.hd
type, 0 to 1.135 in opng, 10 in Ig o a
WRENCH. OPEN END, FIXED- sgle-hd type, Y
in opng. 3 in thk hd, 4' in Ig o'a
Man, rock to the tale
of Orwell Giggit,
A short-time troop
who didn't dig it!
Just sweatin' out
his thirty days,
flubbin' the dub
in fifty ways
Heyl heyl heyl
in fifty ways!
Ooohh, that swingin'
It's 'Deros' this and
For "goin' home" is
his only goal
As he saddles up for
his last patrol...
I'M SO SHORT
I AIN'T EVEN
GOT TIME FOR
A GUY WHO
-p MAKE THIS
WOT'S THE POINT
I AIN'T POIN'
NO PM ANYMORE
...I CAN HEAR
...OUT HERE OldE OF IN WET WEATHER
THE BEST WAYS TO KEEP
YOUR SMALL ARMS
Iti OIL KEEPS MOISTURE
FOR YOUR SMALL
ARMS MOST OF THE
TIME. FOR EXTREME
COLD), SEE YOUR
WEAPONS TM OR
\ LO FOR DETAILS
IN THIS PARTOF
THE WORLP IT'S
EITHER Too HOT-AND- /.
WET OR TOO HOT-
AND- DR Y! BOTH ARE
MURDER TO NOOP..
LUBING THE STOCK TO AVOID
GUMMING UP THE WORKS.
I GOT A
L ATnr w
SO THEN YOU
LEAVE. IT ALONE
DOWN. I WANI T J
TO HEAR EVERY
WORD OF THIS...
r AFTER EACH
r IF YOU
I ON -THE M14
SAND M60 \
SIT CAN UP IN THE <
GET PiRTIER GAS
i THAN SIX CYLINDER.
FEET UP A
I PIN-UP I'M
YOUR SMALL ARMS NEED
SPECIAL CARE OUT HERE...
B BETWEEN PUST,MOISTURE,
IuGS, CRUI, SWEAT AND
'1 WHO-KNO.5- WHAT .YOu
n AVE A NEVER-ENDING
.T CARRIER -
1Frozen, won't zero
Frozen, Won't zerc
UfliLNi & 5lsr i ,b
(FOR TAKE-DOWN PIN .',
& SELECTOR LEVER)
Rusted, frozen, won't
hold, won't operate
HAMMER SPRING -
THE ARMS YOU CARRY
SBY YOUR SIDE,
NEED EXTRA CARE-
WHICH YOU PROVIDE!
50 LUBE AND CLEAN,
15 WHAT I MEAN.
IF YOU WANT TO DISPLAY THIS CENTERPIECE ON YOUR BULLETIN BOARD, OPEN STAPLES, LIFT IT OUT AND PIN IT UP.
iy l. I "
OW, CLEANING is NOT
ENOUGH -... PR grEcrl
YOUR WEAPON IS JUST AS
ON'T OVE K SLINGS STRETCH
WEB 5 lNo! AND ROT WHEN WET
S 1AND STITCHING
0 IN SUNSHINE
I PUT EXTRA N
A PLASTIC EA6
MI6AI WITH PLASTIC
So Orwell Giggit
trod the ground
on that last patrol
from his compound
But, it happened on that
hot, wet day -
they hit an ambush
on their way.
And the shoot-out that
o'course took place
found our troop Giggit
a sorry case.
His weapon froze 'twas
The firing pin he'd
The muzzle blocked by
The whole dang piece plumb
fouled with crudl
Just a couple weeks of
was enough to see his
It's six months since
Giggit was found -
he's still short-time
but still around!
LII .i ~~~~
FSN, NAME AND QUANTITY TEL...
,l.3. WHAT GOES THERE
BEFORE U PACK
AND SHIP lOuP EQUIPMENT
MAKE SURE iT'5 CLEANED
AS SPELLED OUT IN
When equipment, components and parts are on shipping orders and under
wraps, each item's got to be identified-no buts about it.
At every check-point in transit somebody needs to know "What goes there?"
So ... mark it before you move it.
Supplies move smoothly-up front and back to repair or storage depots-
only if they're easy to identify. Even eyeball-to-lockpin or keyway, some items
are hard to recognize. When boxed or inside other containers, they've got to be
Mark this info- in 1-2-3 order-on all
shipping-out containers, using either a -
Stencil (on containers such as metal, wood
and cardboard boxes and cartons).
Tag (on bags, bales, bundles or other con-
tainers where labels and stencils are hard to
Label (on containers like cartons and fiber
or plastic wrappers). 1 /
WHAT TO MARK
Identification markings are needed on:
I. All bags, cartons and 2. All shipping containers (fiberboard, wood
packing envelopes or sacks and re-usable metal) -except CONEX, MIL-
that go inside shipping VAN and SEAVAN. No outside identification
containers, is needed on CONEX, MILVAN and SEAVAN
s containers-just on the items you put in 'em.
3. All unpacked items-except
vehicles and other major items that
can be readily identified by data
STENCIL LABEL OR TAG
Use the stencil, label or tag that best
fits the container, sticks m it and shows
the identity of the item as it moves.
STENCIL with black ink, applied by
spra), roller or brush. For slick surfaces
like metal or glass, the ink is FSN 75 10-
191-6030. For porous or grainy sur-
faces like wood or fiberboard, use FSN
For items shipped unboxed or un-
crated, stencil directly on the item. Use
gasoline soluble paint, FSN 8010-59"-
8235 (black) or FSN 8010-597-8238
LABEL with any type of paper label,
using one of these 2 adhesives: FSN
8040-053-8452 or FSN 8040-656-0814.
If the label goes on a package placed
inside another container, it needs ad-
hesive onl on the underside.
On the other hand, if a label's applied
to an outside container adhesive must
be used to stick the label to the package
and coated over the outside of the label
to protect it from the weather.
TAG the item if neither a stencil nor
a label ill do the trick. Use tag. FSN
8135-238-691", and attach it to thecon-
tainer nith the wire that comes with
READY! AIM! MARK!
Before you make any new marks on OPENED, SARGE.
a container, make sure it's ready for
First, check the old markings-if
any. If an item is still packed in the con-
tainer it came in, you may not need to
re-pack and re-mark. But be sure this
If you're re-packing items in an old I'M PUTTING
container, be wary. They may have the 7HE ADDRESS
same name but a different FSN. HERE
When the old container has any IT
markings that don't apply, paint 'em
out. Use lusterless lacquer, FSN 8010-
527-3196 or lusterless enamel, FSN
And make sure any surface to be '
marked has no dirt, oil or grease. .
You're ready to mark-but where?
There's no fixed rule, but it's best to
put the identity on one side, the address THE STENCIL
ontheother. IGOES HERE,
Markings are better protected on the
sides than on bottom or top.
Miscellaneous unpacked items like
rods, coils and reels may need a special
r RODS word. If there's a suitable spot, stencil
tion on 2 plain tags. And put the ship-
o ping address on a third tag (DD Form
1387-1) or label (DD Form 1387).
REELS These 2 items-tag and label-are
WRAPPED ROLL specially made for military shipments.
BUNDLED IN CLOTH UNSHEATHED CRATES
When materiel is packed in a cloth- For unsheathed crates, with no avail-
covered bundle, you can cover the area able marking space, identity markings
to be marked with sand-colored lac- can be put on plywood, fiberboard or
quer, enamel or paint. Then stencil it masonite and nailed to the crate. These
(after it dries, o'course). Or you can boards also can provide space for the
use a plain tag attached to an ear for shipping address.
identification. You only need to stencil
or tag-not both. J -45
Palletized loads made up of a num-
ber of items get special treatment. Each
individual container on the pallet gets
its own identification label-plus ad-
dress labels for the pallet.
It's OK to mix FSN's in a shipping
container-if it's properly packed and
If available, 3 copies of DD Form
1348-1 should be attached to each sepa-
rate item or container inside the ship-
ping box. Also, each inside item or con-
tainer should be identified.
Outside, 1 copy of the DD 1348-1 for
each item should be placed in a packing
list envelope, FSN 8105-290-4365, and
attached to the outside container with a
protective cover, FSN 8105-926-2260.
Then the outside container gets
marked "CONSOLIDATED PACK" -
instead of the usual individual item
LABEL ON THE PALLET
If it's a box-type pallet, with individ-
ual containers not visible, identify the
group of items with total number on
the outside box.
MIXING FSN'S IN A BOX
1 nPYv OF nn ORnpU lR-1
FOR EACH ITEM
(If DD 1348-1 is not available, iden-
tification of the individual items can be
made on plain white paper and included
in the packing list envelope.)
f ^ WHERE'S
You USED TO
WITH, CLYDE ?
Barrels, drums and pails also get
maL~rked ( akd) dd
agree with the cont
Before you attach an address label or
tag to cargo going back to "The
World," make sure it's completely filled
in. All the necessary info should be
available-most of it in the message,
letter or other directive that told you to
move the cargo.
To guard against weather damage-
and smudge or rub out of the informa-
tion-overcoat the filled in label (DD
1387) or tag (DD 1387-1) with
BEFORE YOU SHIP
Check each outgoing container to
All old markings that don't apply are
New markings match the contents in
FSN, name and quantity.
Markings (or packing lists) identify
contents without need to open the
S Here's a list of needed marking
Lusterless lacquer (sand-color), FSN 8010-
527-3196 (1 Gal).
Lusterless enamel (sand yellow), FSN 8010-
291-0889 (5 Gal).
Stencil ink, black, FSN 7510-191-6030 (1
Stencil ink, black, FSN 7510-161-0811 (1
Gasoline soluble paint, black, FSN 8010-
597-8235 (1 Gal).
Address tells who sent it, who gets it
and any necessary intermediate de-
Gasoline soluble paint, white, FSN 8010-
597-8238 (1 Gal).
Label adhesive, FSN 8040-053-8452, FSN
8040-656-0814, or FSN 8040-664-7073(1 Gal).
Tags, shipping and stock, FSN 8135-238-
Packing list envelope, FSN 8105-290-4365
Protector, packing list, FSN 8105-926-2260
If you're too far in-country to find these
items in supply, with a retrograde date com-
ing up too fast to let you requisition 'em, you
can use substitutes.
ACCEPT THESE SUBSTITUTES
Paint (any thar contrasts with the iga j/
container or item) for identification
marking. Pelt tip pens and grease pen- -
cils also may be used.
Clear (see-through) envelopes may
be used as covers for identification
markings and address-when attached
to container. f0
Clear pressure-sensitive tape (non-
plaid, that is) is a substitute for adhesive
when attaching labels. White or solid
color tapes also can provide a place for
identification markings with felt tip pen
or grease pencil.
Plain white paper can sub for DD
1348-1 when making packing lists for
a "Consolidated Pack." But make sure
the identification info is complete.
Pen or pencil can be used to mark
labels if protected by clear pressure-
sensitive rape when no other adhesive is
used. (Liquid adhesive might smear
Staples and tacks may be used to at-
tach labels or tags to containers-in-
stead of adhesive.
When no stencil brush or roller can
be had, a paint brush or wad of cloth
dipped in stencil ink or paint can be
used for stenciling.
Keep in mind, though, that these
make-do substitutes are subs-not to
be used when first-choice items are
handy or can be ordered in time.
Keep in mind, too, that the markings
covered up to now are minimum mark-
ings. Some items also may require
special-handling marks or precautions,
including identification of dangerous
materiel (like explosives) or sensitive
and security-type equipment.
If you need a full check-out on these,
get your mitts on MIL-STD-129, Mark-
ing for Shipment and Storage.
The job's better than half done,
though, when you can tell at a glance
what's inside a carton (by FSN, name
and amount) and where it's going.
HERE'S A"BRING-'EM-UP- "
TO-DATE" RUN THRU FOR YOUR
PA-12 SERIES FORMS... WHICH
NEED WRITE-INS IF YOU
WANT TO GCT ALL THE LATEST
MAINTENANCE AND SUPPI-Y
PUBS.APP'EM WHETHER YOU'RE
GOING TO ORPER THEM OR NOT.
12-9 CFEB, 68),
12-12 (FEB. 68),
12-34 (AUG. 65), <
12-43 (FEB. 66),
AND 12-51 (MAY.67)
WHICH HAVE NO
After "Navy Comptroller
Manual" add these:
DA Form 12-11 (Jan 66) -
REQUIREMENTS FOR ARMY DOCTRINAL PUBLICATIONS (FM) t e.e
FE E A -f At C.. ,. ,n o ,
On page 4 after \ ..
"Air Defense Arnillern' \0I 1
Auromatic Wpns \ .a ^
Gunnen" add A 9 e14 /oa
these items in the Vl ca V eYtion,
next 21 spaces: 0 P Co
e Tropa e 8 Co A Pr
DA Form 12-21 (Oct 67) -
REQUIREMENTS FOR R r U r
FEDERAL AND DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 0
SUPPLY CATALOGS a o*l s c .Ou "..Ben
Secion I afE(-cr "Maser c\ -l S;CII ros |
Cross Reference List iRL" r
SDA Form 12-25 (Aug 671 -
REQUIREMENTS FOR TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS FOR ARMY *"' "o"""*"
MOBILITY SUPPORT. CONSTRUCTION, ENVIRONMENTAL, 01 *u... OL .. La K san
ELECTRICAL GENERATING.RAIL, MARINE AND AMPHIBIOUS r .. AcCouNr *ua.1
EQUIPMENT m- ,-as-
InasCnMOSS FHOR Mr ILL r COMPLED IN -CCO-DAN sTCTI O- P-$A.
a-* .. .,ain the next 3 spaces: )
Daetctingq Equipment, Mines n..ru.. .ga om
ToGl Seca. F-l.a- Pasro Breaker eneratnr rr tu n
Too. Bets, PF'1 atittiL Fa.rK. Electric MK t
Trailer, Special Purpor osr-
If you have the form that's printed in red you'll have an easy job to bring this
up to date. The form printed in red includes all write-in items authorized through
13 Jan 69, and only 2 have been added since then. If you still have the black form
dated Feb 66, you add these: (it'll be easier to add these writein's if you follow
the numbers in parentheses; and add the items in the blank space before the
(33) UH-1C Rotor Wing. (/- 1109) 0H-58 Rotor Wing Aircraft (odd t on the red form).
(37) AH-1G Rotor Wing. (127) 7.62-MM MG. XM27E1.
(81) OH-6A. i -(131) 40-MM Grenade Launcher, XM8.
(85) CH-54A. V 3-- (1831 7.62-MM MG, High Rote, TAT 102A.
(89) U-21A. (187) 7.62-MM Automatic Gun, Armament, POD XM18.
(191) Mount, Multiarmoment Helicopter, XM156.
A.LLUR Dw ,o m (195) 7.62-MM Gun, XM41.
or..a. (1991 30-MM Gun, XM30.
rU-I (203) 7.62-MM, MG, 40-MM Grenade launcher XM28
(add it on the red form).
REQUIREMENTS FOR ARMY MISSILE. ROCKET AND AIR DEFENSE .... n(=I*.
FIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS PUBLICATIONS CN
-Z:7CA W |t
Under "Flight Sir
next space afrer 2B- i
Skip a space and ii
DA Fm I 2-.3ScAWr 63 j
W WEAPON PUBLICATIONS
Fua* CIElDftACA CI f? '*~WUll~ fl SE **vUD ~'
M.. A- ~
ulators in the 64~
nuaos n thenetsas
Po THI CO-5
JOB Pj2HT AN
YOUR REWARP WILLs
13E GETING AL
After 'TRUCKS, VAN SHOP M220" add: ;
S 48i ,,
DA Form 12-39 (Jul 651 -
REQUIREMENTS FOR ARMY AUTOMOTIVE PUBLICATIONS. O IN.-T O. ......
DOLLY, TRAILER AND SEMI-TRAILER i..
Under "Semi-trailers" after "Van,
.' ii Supply, 12-Ton MI29AIC" in the next
!.^.,^_ 7 :two spaces add:
? .. ... ..'.. ^ .. .... r r
I. TPE OP PEQUIPEE .T )
DA Form 1240 (Aug 651) -
REQUIREMENTS FOR ARMY ARTILLERY AND SMALL ARMS n. '"' .'
TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS ......
Under "Training Devices" after Under "Weapons" and after "Small
"Trainer, Mortar, Pneumatic, M32A1" Arms Racks" add:
in the next 2 spaces add:
Gun-20MM, Aut 2. ,
EtGil.r ,yirig pl ti l
SDA Form 12-41 (Aug 65)
I. TYPEOW RPQUo EOTSYLY
REQUIREMENTS FOR SIGHTING AND FIRE CONTROL .... ...i... O
EQUIPMENT PU ILIATIONS .. ... | .COT.....
After "Transmitter, Superelevation"add: ,.S.T .
Borescope HI, M2
SOME HELPFUL HINTS \
It's wise to start at the top of the blank space when you're adding those items
because some are 2 lines long.
Once you get your forms up to date it's easier to add those write-in items as they
come in or at least keep one master copy of all forms up to date.
Pencil the dates after the DA Form numbers on page 37 of your DA Pamphlet
310-10 (Feb 69). It's easy to erase and add new dates as the old forms are made
When you receive your write-in notices from the Publications Center, make
sure you send them back within the time limit specified on the form.
Some outfits are making a sloppy "serial stew" out of their equipment records.
They fail to cross-check serial numbers with equipment data plates and block 4
of DA 2408-8. It makes a mish-mash of all their records.
If the form is one like DA
2408-7 and covers an end item, THE SE
the serial number needed is the NUMBERS om
number for the end item-not T E
one of its components. DATA PLATES
When the form is one like 24
DA 2410 and covers only a MUST
component, use only the com- y AGREE.
ponent serial number.
(Some common end items don't have serial numbers. In these unusual cases,
pluck the "control number" from the upper left of DA 2408-8 and put it in the
serial number block, too. This becomes the end item serial number from now
on-for DA 2408-8 and all other records.)
To make sure you're not in a serial number stew:
1.(hc tireedi te clut glt und mok suetesro nm e hr o steoei
blc 4 of DA 24 8- (or blc 3o DA2 0 ifyuhv t in o ofo-)
2.I thx tieyum k uIm te om (ieDA20- rD 47 rntn o h
en item, mok suetenm e nte' ro u br lc oce h n nbok4o
Make sure those serial numbers come from the right data plate and match the
numbers as shown on DA 2408-8, and no inspector can cook up a stew that'll put
you behind the 8-ball.
SKIN DECON PAD
Yep. The skin wiping pad in your M13 decontaminating and reimpregnating
kit, FSN 4230-907-4828, should fit over three fat, gloved fingers-like it shows
in fig 6, TB 3-4230-207-10 (Mar 66). But, if the pad in your M13 kit circles only
two fingers, don't bust it trying for a 3-finger loop...you've got a short pad.
But, it's OK. Just use your pad like it says in the TB. Later kits will provide 3-
PUBS FOR OTHER SERVICES
You can get info for ordering Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Defense
Supply Agency pubs and blank forms in Ch 6 (Jun 66) to AR 310-1 (Mar 62).
Sect V of the change lists the addresses as well as the form to use for your requests.
MTOE IS A MUST
Sure you can use AR 725-8 (Oct 68), para 7a(2), to hang on to or request major
components that've been pulled from your sets, kits, outfits, etc. But that's just a
temporary OK. Your outfit also has to put in an MTOE listing the needed items.
Check your local SOP for scoop on MTOE's, and see AR 310-31, Sect IV.
BI 1 DA 2408-4
BI 2, DA 2407, DA 2408-10, DA 2408-15, DA 2408-17.
B1 3, DA 2408-S, DA 2408-12, DA 2408-13, DA 2408-14,
DA 2408-18 and DA 2409.
131 4, DA 2410, DA 2408-7, DA 2408-8,
DA 2408-16 and DA 2408-19.
BI 10, DA 2402.
BI 16, DA 2407 for multiple items.
When your Huey or HueyCobra is
running a high exhaust gas tempera-
ture, has a skewered up air flow with
bleed band popping and is generally
under par she needs prescription Rx P-
D-680, Type I.
Yessir-e-e-e, a dose of dry cleaning
solvent followed by a water rinse is the
preferred way to clean the innards of
your engine to prolong its life.
One or two cleaning are guaranteed
to get rid of dirt that coats the stator and
CLEAN COMPRESSOR BLADES
Use one of these cleaners:
Drydeaning Solvent, PD 680, Type
FSN 6850-285-8012 55-gal drunk
SWalnut shells, MIL-G-5634
FSN 5350-050-1094 50-lb bag
""'W j--^. ~^^-
The engine should be cold and the
bird parked in a maintenance area
where you can get water.
OPEN 'ER UP
Here's how to go about cleaning the
First off, latch on to a quart of dry
If you're lucky enough to have air
pressure handy pour the solvent into
the pneumatic oil gun which is part of
the organizational maintenance A, B,
or C tool kit.
Out in the dusty boonies get a hand-
pumped water fire extinguisher. Make
sure it's empty and clean. Pour the sol-
vent into the extinguisher so you'll be
able to spray 1 quart. With your trusty
general mechanic's tool kit in hand,
make for the bird. Take a couple of
helpers with you.
compressor blades and to restore lost engine power.
Before you crewchiefs and mechanics reach for the solvent, tho, be sure you
stash pencils, pens, matches, watches--any loose items. You're going to motor
over and run the engine, and the suction developed will snatch dropped items.
You know what that means ... FOD for real!
.-.' C. 1
No shortcuts here, please! Like never try
to dean the engine by spraying the engine
with the separator on. If you do, you'll wash
the dirt in the separator right into the engine
Next, take the inlet air temperature sensing
element off the inlet housing by removing the
four retaining bolts. You do this to keep the
element from getting plugged with dirt
loosened dunng the deoning chore.
Disconnect the pressure line from the air-
bleed actuator so the line won't get plugged
with loosened dirt. Put on AN929-6 cap on
Have your buddy motor over the en- 1
gine with the starter.
Spray the quart of the dry cleaning
solvent evenly thru all sections of the
inlet. Be sure both sides of the inlet SPRAY IN A OUART
OF DRY (LEANING
guide vanes are covered with the SOLVENTY
When the solvent is used up stop motoring the engine and let it set for an
hour or so to allow the solvent to soften and loosen the caked-on dirt.
The dirt really builds up on inlet guide vanes, so go over them with a small,
round, fiber brush with a long handle when you return from your break.
SPRAY WITH WATER
Have your favorite throttle jockey start the engine and run it at flight idle.
To get rid of the dirt loosened by the dry cleaning solvent, spray clean, fresh
water evenly into all sections of the inlet housing at a rate of 2 gallons per
minute for about 2 minutes.
After the water treatment run the engine from 2 to 5 minutes to dry it out.
Shut down the engine.
Eye the inlet guide vanes and compressor for cleanliness. If the engine is still
dirty, a second cleaning should do the trick.
Clean the air temperature sensing element with dry cleaning solvent and put
it back on the inlet housing. Secure the nuts and lockwire the mounting bolts.
connect the pressure line at the air-bleed
Put the separator and screen filters
Close the cowlings, and your bird's LATCH SEPARATOR
ready to take to the wild blue with new SECURELY
pep, vim and vigor.
IT'S W A'
TVAT C I 9T
The view from the front reveals
more than the view from the back.
The old tail rotor crosshead bearings
in your Huey and HueyCobra are no
exception. The front side shows more
of the ball bearings than the back side.
If you don't know which is which
the 2 bearings can be put together bas-
ackwards. Put in that way you have
maybe an hour or less flying time before
the bearing set fails, followed by the
The bird organizational maintenance
pub tells you to put the bearings to-
gether back-to-back, see?
As an additional guide the bearings
are etched to form a "V" when they're
back-to-back. A look at the part num-
bers will also clue you which bearing
set is being used.
If you're lucky enough to have the
new crosshead bearing, P/N 204-011-
769-1, FSN 3110-135-0563, there's no
chance of a mixup.
This baby has a double row, inner
race with a single outer race. Both sides
are the same so there's no front and
back... no "V" etch needed.
Just put the 2-piece bearing set to-
gether and you're in the tail rotor as-
YOU BE THE
DID A rEW EQUIPMENT
TRAINING TEAM UP-DATE
YOUR PILOTS ON THIS
' NEW BIRD?
I've looked high and low-without suc-
cess for the allowable play in the Huey
(UH-ID/H) droop compensator connecting
link rod-end bearing, FSN 3110- 73-5072
What are the limits, Windy, which would
require changing the rod end?
SP6 R. McC.
Dear Specialist R. McC.,
There're no limits because you're not
allowed any play.
You'll still get some slight move-
ment, however, when you plant your
mitts on the link during a looseness
check ... no sweat!
'Course, if the bearing is worn from
lack of lubrication or contamination
you'll have a very loose link on your
Para 25 of TM 55-405-3 (12 Jul 661
lists "excessive looseness" as one of the
conditions which call for a bearing
rHo ABOUT .
MECHANrICS A5D '/ ER--AHHi
SUPPL/ T/PES?? ) L IDUNr
-APE THEy Ir -
fOUR DA 12 \ | ,a
E /ER/ OUTFIT THAT'S
GOT All AG PUB ACCOUNT
FOR PINPOINT SHOULD SEND
IN A REVISED FORM PRONTO
WMEN... /OU GET NEW EQUIPMENT
THAT CHANGES YOUR TOE- OR
YOU NOW SUPPORT DIFFERENT
T/PES... OR iOU CHANGE /OuR
ADDRESS OR UNIT DESIGNATION
...OR IF /OUR ACTIVITY/ NO
L..ONGER NEEDS AVIATIONU
/NOW LOOK, WINPDY/! HEY SA
I BEEN REVIEWIN' AT LEAST
MY PUB NEEDS TWIICE...
TWICE-A-YEAR BUT THE"
LIE IT SAYS IN THINGS
TABLE 3 OF TME ANGE /OU
DA PAM 3iO-io COULD DO IT
(fEB. 69). ONCE A
\ -~. MONTH.
- -^ ^s ^^
S ON A WHIP ANTENNA TIEDOWN...
SAFETY'S THE END ITEM
A tied-down radio antenna can meet the official requirements, pass every test,
Still, it can play a part in some entirely unexpected accidents, like maybe the
antenna tip in a Joe's face, or eyeball.
Man doesn't have to be a brain-trust to figure out that accidental sort of an-
tenna-tipping won't be doin' anybody's eyeball or face any good.
So it takes a little something' to make
that tied-down antenna safer. UI
Like a rubber ball, or a plastic ball. Yp
Or a plastic cushion you can build for TAPE A BAll ON I...
yourself, right on the antenna.
If you use a ball, you'll have to
scrounge one up yourself.
But you can go after a 30-foot roll of ... OR CUSHION
polyethylene electrical insulation tape WITH TAPE
with FSN 5970-240-0620. It's listed on
Pg 3.44 of Fed Cat C5970-IL-A (Nov
Just wrap the tape around the an-
tenna tip, stretching the tape as you go.
Keep this up until you get a comfy
cushion of the soft stuff.
If you use the rubber-ball method, you could wrap tape around the ball and
anchor the ball with the tape a little below its bottom.
The extra protection should whittle down the chances of some unhappy Joe
getting his eyeball skewered by a stray antenna tip-and it won't interfere with
the performance of your antenna.
Further along the sunny side, if you're using the MS-118A mast section you're
in luck. You can request an antenna tip assembly (FSN 5985-930-7223) for the
MS-118A. It's listed on Pg 74, Fed Cat C5985-IL-A (Nov 69).
And for bright times in the future, there's a plan in the mill to authorize pro-
tective antenna tip assemblies for the AT-1095/VRC antenna element.
Meanwhile, you can use a ball, insulating tape, fishing corks, bottle stoppers,
styrofoam and other non-conductive items, as field expedients.
Insects ? They can mean bad times
sometimes-especially when they zoom
around an AN/TVS-3 searchlight set
and end up in the fan motor.
They can clog the exhaust blower
filter and the heat exchanger cooling
fins. That can knock out your search-
What's the answer-- ?
TM 11-6230-220-12 (Dec 67) gives
you the word on daily cleaning of the
exhaust blower filter and heat ex-
changer cooling fins. Eyeball Para 4-4
for instructions on blower filter PM,
Paras 4-4 and 4-6 for info on exchanger
cooling fins, and Para 5-3 for servicing
And if you're in an area where flying
insects and miscellaneous crud are
really buggin' that searchlight, just add OFTEN
extra cleaning and inspections, as many
as you need to do the job.
SAFETY STRAP STORY DON'
H I BELT HELP
Order any waist size LC-23 Lineman's Belt and it includes the Safety Strap. If
you just need the strap, though, look up:Strap, Safety Industrial in SC 4230/40-
IL (Jul 67). FSN 4240-203-3825 is leather... 4240-752-9715 is nylon.
VRC-12 PA TUBE NEWS
Next time you've gotta replace the
V6201 power amplifier tube in the RT-
246 or RT-524 of the AN/VRC-12
series radio sets, don't. ;
V6201 replacement has been upped V6201
to direct support because of design POWR
changes in the equipment. TB 750-911- AMPLFIER
3 (Apr 70) will have the word. SUPPORTS
4 FUSE NEWS
REPl WIfl SAME
Don't sweat it if the replacement fuse
you asked for comes through with a
higher voltage rating than what you
wanted. Use it.
The thing you gotta be sure of is that
the amperage rating is what your TM
calls for and the voltage rating is the
same or higher. Like, if you need a 5-
amp job and you get a 10-amp replace-
ment, send it back. The amp rating
can't vary; neither can the blow time.
You need a slo-blo for a slo-blo, etc.
Naturally, any replacement you get
has gotta be the same shape and size as
the one's it's replacing.
But like we said, voltage variance is
allowable providing it varies up-
CAP AND CONTACT
Now receive this well and watchfully, you AN/PRC.
10 radio-set types ... you can get the dial lamp caps with
the contact springs inside the caps.
If you're not getting the cap and spring with FSN
5820-248-9139 as you see it on Pg 8, TM 11-5820-292-
20P (May69), take a crack at FSN 5820-717-7498, which
should get you the whole cap assembly.
DIAL LAMP CAP
WESTIRM C* C f T WHEN YOU CARE
OiZOW01T ENOUGH TO SEND
THE VERY BEST
SENDING' CX-4"245/6 CABLE ASSEMBLY TO SUPPORT TOR REPAIR? ITS
USED ON THE COMBAT INTER-AREA COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM. BE SURE
TO INCLUDE THE CLAMPS' EVEN IF THEY'VE BEEN KNOCKED OFF.
OTHERWISE. THE CABLE ASSEMBLY COULD BE DADLINED SPE. SINCE
THERE'S NO STOCK OF CLAMPS IN THE SUPPLY SYSTEM.
THEY'LL DO YA' DIRT
Sand and dust and dirt... they're ihe
things that hurt ... _DUST
... hurt the TT-98()/FG and TT- J(OVER
76()/GGC teletypewriter units that
help make up the AN/VRC-29 radio
teletypewriter set in tracked vehicles
like the M113 personnel carrier and the
M577 command track.
Be sure the dust covers are installed
and protecting your teletypewriters
when they're not in use. This is 'spe- I
cially important while the vehicle is
moving and the dust clouds are gather-
Otherwise, dust and dirt and what-
have-you will really have a field-day THO
grinding along with the gears and bear- DUST COVERS ON
ings of your TT's. ESPECIALLY WHEN
EVERY LITTLE PIECE HELPS
A screw taken from a TT-4( )/TG
teletypewriter set ...
Maybe a gasket from the M-80/U
dynamic microphone ...
Possibly some component of the AN/
VRC-12 series of radio sets ...
Thing is, whenever you remove any
part either for repair or exploratory
reasons and end up sending your
equipment to support, one rule holds:
Send along any gaskets, screws, nuts,
bolts, etc. that were removed' from the
Put 'em in an envelope, tie 'em on,
tape 'em on-any way to make sure
they make it to the support shop to-
gether with the end item.
That way, support won't be in the
predicament of repairing the equip-
ment's known miseries, then running
into a situation where a piece of missing
hardware costs a lot of extra downtime.
Sometimes, there might not even be
a stock number available for the piece
that's missing from the equipment.
THIS WASHER? -
This could mean a few complications
and holdups, like higher-level fabrica-
tion, for example.
LEAD TO A LONG
A copyholder, f'rinstance, for your
teletypewriter can't be ordered as an as-
sembly because it has no overall stock
number. It's gotta be broken down and
ordered by its individual parts.
Takes time. So, you'd definitely in-
clude any removed copyholder with the
teletypewriter you send to support.
Make it a special point to send sup-
port all the parts you have-even if
they seem bad. In some cases they may
'Course, small parts do sometimes
get lost in the field or on maneuvers,
and there's not much you can do about
that except be careful.
But when it comes to hangin' onto
regular removed parts, and sending' 'em
to support along with your end equip-
menr. that's where you can be real
A nd that's where it counts.
NO PLIERS, P1
Pliers... ? They're strictly taboo on nickel-cadmium batteries. Never use 'cm.
Tightening those.metal plier jaws on the cell filler vent caps could cause the caps
to crack. Use the nylon wrench that's issued with the battery; it's FSN 5120-059-
4876 on Pg 3.312 of Fed Cat C5120-IL-A (Jan 69), if you need one.
For the want of an eye the chassis was lost.
No poet wrote it. That's a straight PM fact, taken from the pen which wrote
the last DA Form 2407 work request on an AN/PRR-9, AN/PRT-4 squad
radio lanyard eyelet.
I'M OFF TO *
SALVAGE () o 5!
Some Joes force the lanyard snap
through the eyelet on the receiver or EYET SNAP
transmitter cases instead of looping the
lanyard cord through the eyelets. Re-
sult, regularly, is that the eyelet breaks
Follow-up result: the whole chassis,
or case, must be salvaged because the LOOP THE CORD
eyelet can't be repaired. .
'Nother method of breaking the eyelet is swinging the receiver or transmitter
by the lanyard.
So-o-o-o, keep the snap end of the lanyard away from the eyelet... and swing
rTLs o minced A d o meoo pobo
of hd-.d to orgnirotionl omM..
ao por.onaL Thi ad is oaapld
from nca AG DIlfrbahoon Comnl
olflDlao. Far compls deoll am DA
a 2I104 (JIo 69). and Ch 2 (Od 69,.
IMA', rrF'. 1: DA PFm J106 IflJ 69,.
oad CA I (Od 69). SC. aOd SM'u DA
Pal 3I1-7 ISep 69). MWOs .nd DA
Pao Jl-9 (Apr 681. COMSEC Pbl.
TM 5-2410-206-20P, Oc. M ldim
Wh led ImadOle
TM 5-740.201-23P, Ot 40 GPH Fog
nlotocid. Spray.r OGE Skid Mid.
TM 5-38015-l10-2P, Sp, Grod me.
IM i-2820-230-OP. OCt 20 Lb 3
Whee Pneum, Drill
TM 5-3130-236-12 Od. Tracd
TM 5-4120-296-13. Sop. 18,000 BTI
TM -4120-250-20P. Od. Coanrf
fcmpi Skid Mid GED POL
TM -4520-204-20P, Od. 50,000 BTU
TM .5-660-200-25P, Od. Penhing.
TM 9.100S-229-12. Od. M3 M3AI
45 Cal Submlchine Gon.
1M 9-1005-26-20 and -20F, Nov.
XJI167 20 MM Ioaed AA Gua
IM 9-1005-299-12. Sep. nArmamen
Subsys XM35 lor AH-.G.
TM 9-1025-200-12 C5, Nov, MI14AI
TM 9-1300-203/3, Sep. Arty Amino.
TM 9-1425-399-25, Oct, Pershing.
TM 9-1430-268-15P/l, Octd
TM 9-1430-503-25P, Aug. AN/MPQ-
34 Radar 5et.
TM 9-1440-250-215P/3/1, Sep.
Launch Set Control-Ind C-2620B/TSW
C-7590/TSW and C-7390A/TSW.
TM 9-1440-500-25P, Aug, Hawk
TM 9-2350-230-25P/2, Sop, M551
TM 9-4935-385-20P, Oct, Pershing.
TM 9-4935-501-25P, Aug. Hawk.
TM 9-6650-212-12, Oct. Observation
TM 9-6920-378-20P, Nov, Perhhing.
TM 9-8140-375-20P, Oct. Pershing.
TM 10-500-5 C2, Oct, Airdrop from
TM 10-500-21, Aug. Rigging Full
TM 10-3930-231-20P, Sep, 4,000 Lb
Cop GED Forklift.
TM 11-621 C9, Nov, AN/GRC-41
TM 11-5820-202-10 C7, Nov, AN/
TM 11-5820-498-12 C2, Oct, AN/
GRC-125 AN/VRC-53 OA-3633/GRC
TM 11-5820-727-12, Sop, AN/TRC-
132 Radio Term Set.
TM 11-5895-453.15 C1, Sep. AN/
MKC-69 loRd Set.
TM 35-1940-219-14, Sop. 17 I
rebrgletso Air Drinn Blal.
MODIFICATION WORK ORDERS
9-1190205-40/1. Nov, Hondt John.
9-1240-36-30/1, Dec. Panoro.ll
9-1430-251-30/43, Non, AN/M A-
19D ANJMS0-61A ANIMSQ 91 ond
AN SO-SQ93 Dr Sla for Nile-Hnre.
9.2350-217.30/17. No 15-MM SP
11-5820-469-50/1, Oc. AN/TRC-80
5,-1520-21 130/31, Dw, UH-IB,
55-1120-214-30/29, Dec. OH.6
55-1520-221.20/10, Dec, AH-IG.
-1520-221-30/20, Nov. AH.-IG.
55-1520-221-30/2. Jan. OH-58lA
55-1610-255-10/1, No. OV.I.
AR 315-40. Od. Iafery
IC 3431-97-CL-03,J Aug. Traller Mid
SC 4935-95-aC-ASB, Sap. Ouided
MWiile Tool Ilf. Lane
SC 1IlO-91-CL..47, Sep, TK-1860/
FRC.BI tI Ellctronic Tool Kit
&w? 5th W'eel
Have the locking dogs on the fifth
wheels of your 5-ton tactical truck trac-
tor been breaking? No sweat. Order the
new sturdier fifth wheel assembly under
FSN 2510-809-7791 using RIC B24. You'll
still order fifth wheel assembly, FSN
2510-736-7608 for use on your 2/2-ton
!54'S 4Are ,ew
Change 3 (27 Oct 69) to TM 9-1005-
249-12 gives you the scoop on the XM15
blank firing attachment (FSN 1005-921-
5481) used with the M16A1 rifle.
Instructions for checking the crank-
case oil level in your 2/2-ton or 5-ton
multifuel engine truck are in TB 750-
981-3 (Jul 69), page 43, Article 3-8. The
same info appeared in PS 205, page 54,
and will be reflected in changes to TM
9-2320-209-10 and TM 9-2320-211-10.
New RecodUs AR
For the scoop on setting up and get-
ting rid of supply and maintenance
records you need AR 340-2 (Sep 69).
It supersedes AR 345-215.
As any sharp tanker can tell you .
ammo with primer installed is un-
packed, carried to and loaded into the
tank primer end up. That way, if the
round's dropped, its tail's not likely to
smack any sharp object that could set it
off. See FM 17-12 (Nov 64), para 253.
And, scratch the fuze-end first info in
PS 202, page 17.
Come to R 735-35
All property book page makers
should add the new 2-letter equipment
category codes in front of each SB 700-
20 LIN entry as of right now. This is the
word put out in DA message DCSLOG-
SPPD 102304Z Dec 69 telling you to add
this info to para 3-2c(1)(g) in AR 735-35.
DA Cir 750-29 (9 May 69) lists the ECC's
Don't look for a big load of tools in
new engineer-type equipment manuals
from now on. Basic issue items lists (BIIL)
are being abbreviated, because 'most
any repair means a trip to the shop any-
way. Besides, it saves weight and money
- including the operator's cash that
might go for statements of charges on
New ikte Switch
Huey (UH-1D/H) maintenance types
- the floor mike switch needed by door
gunners to communicate, when they
have their hands full, is here. Step on it?
Schedule MWO 55-1520-210-30/27
(16 Dec 69) for your sharpshooters.
MWO 55-1520-211-30/31 (22 Dec 69)
puts the mike switch in your UH-1B,
det eeaoe Vo It
There's no need for you mechs to go
thru the mumbo jumbo of an acid test on
metal particles from a chopper gear box.
You might even get your fingers
To find out if the part is OK make the
"eye" and "feel" test of particles found
on the chip detector plug, as called out
in the bird organizational maintenance
Oil analysis by the ASOAP labs listed
in Ch 4 (Mar 69) to TB 55-6650-300-15,
will give you a scientific reading on the
Rifle racket Mtoutt
Now you can get the instructions, for
mounting the rifle bracket mounting kit,
FSN 2590-045-9611, for M14 or M16
rifle on construction equipment. TB 750-
246 (Aug 69) has the dope.
tor Change 'Em...!
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