Section II. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
3 - 6 . Common Tools and Equipment
3 - 7 . Special Tools and Equipment
Standard and commonly used tools and equipment hav-
Special Tools and equipment required at organizational
ing general application to demolition materiel are
authorized for issue by tables of organization and
Section Ill. OPERATOR MAINTENANCE
A d j u s t m e n t of Firing Device
Maintenance at the operator level consists mainly of
Inspect safety pins for security. Adjust by spreading legs
preventive maintenance. Before deployment, inspect
of cotter pin(s).
demolition items for defects that could cause materiel
not to function as designed (i.e., exuding explosive
charges, missing standoff, water-soaked blasting fuze,
When inspecting delay firing device M1, do
not touch any liquid leaking from ampoule.
This liquid is corrosive.
listed. Defective items will not be used and will be turn-
ed in to authorized disposal personnel.
b. Lightly rusted or corroded shaped charges or
items with metal components are serviceable and safe to
use. Rust or corrosion should be removed at organiza-
tional level if item is not to be used at once.
a. Clean items that have dirt, mud, grease, or sand
by wiping with clean, dry cloth or other nonabrasive
b. Wipe off light rust, which can be removed from
metal components with clean, dry cloth.
Section IV. ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE
demolition materials due to rough handling or exposure
to adverse weather conditions. Direct support units may
Organizational maintenance is performed by designated
be called upon to provide technical advice, assistance,
personnel in using units and is primarily preventive in