b. Repackage the equipment (fig. 3);
use the original packaging
material as follows:
(1) Place the bottom pad in the waterproof filterboard box. Then
insert the unit, the corner fillers and the top pad. Close the
flaps and seal them with waterproof tape.
(2) Place the waterproof fiberboard box inside the corrugated
carton, close the flaps, and seal with gummed tape.
DEMOLITION TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
56. Destruction of Components
The demolition procedures outlined in paragraph 57 will be used
to prevent the enemy from using or salvaging the equipment. Demoli-
tion of the equipment will be accomplished only upon order of the
57. Methods of Destruction
a. Small. Smash the carrying case, housing, lens, reflector, mirrors,
and projection lamps; use sledges, axes, handaxes, pickaxes or other
b. Cut. Cut the power cable and a
inside wiring; use axes, hand-
axes, or machetes.
c. Bend. Bend all metal parts.
d. Burn. Burn case, technical manuals; use gasoline, kerosene, oil,
flame throwers, or incendiary `grenades.
e. Disposal. Bury or scatter the destroyed parts in slit trenches, fox
holes, or other holes, or throw them into streams.
f. Destroy. Destroy everything.