line filling adapter, its technical manuals, and its log book
up any scratched surfaces with paint. If the equipment is
in a box made of plywood and secure with meta straps.
being stored outside, follow the procedures listed in a
Mark the outside of the box with a stencil that identifies
above and cover the line filling adapter with canvas.
the contents of the box. Stencil the name of the line
Post a marker or sign to identify the line filling adapter.
filling adapter and its stock number (FSN 4730-368-
6188) on the outside of the box.
25. Demolition to Prevent Enemy Use
24. Limited Storage
If circumstances force abandonment of the line filling
adapter to the enemy, it must be destroyed or rendered
a. General. Refer to AR 740-12 for information on
useless to prevent its use or study by the enemy. This
storage of equipment and supplies.
It is the
action will be taken only when in the judgment of the
responsibility of the unit commander to determine the
military commander concerned it is deemed necessary.
preventive maintenance needs when placing the line
Complete destruction of an end item includes the end
filling adapter in limited storage. Climate and anticipated
item itself, its technical manuals, and its logbook. For
weather conditions are factors which will determine the
destruction of the line adapter use a sledge hammer, or
extent of protection required.
any other heavy tool to smash the pipe nipples,
b. Cleaning and Painting. Wash off the line filling
adapters, valves, and elbows. Other methods that can
adapter and flush away all foreign matter. Cap all open
be used are scattering and concealment, submersion in
ends to prevent entry of dust and foreign matter. Touch
Cover and Open Storage of Supplies
Military Chemistry and Chemical Agents
Storage, Shipment, and Handling of Chemical Agents and Hazardous
Organizational, Field and Depot Maintenance Repair Parts and Special
Tool Lists-Adapter, Line Filling, One-Ton Container, M1 (FSN 4730-
Preservation, Packaging, and Packing of Military Supplies and Equipment
The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS)
Filling Line. Metal. Airplane Smoke Tank, M3
Administrative Storage of Equipment
MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
1. Explanation of Columns
a. Column 1, Index Number. Column 1 lists the
assembly, or subassembly in the repair parts and special
number which is assigned to each group, component,
assembly, or subassembly to facilitate references. The
numbers are identical to and in the same sequences as
Column 2 lists groups,
those assigned to the same group, component,
components, assemblies, and subassemblies on