the wrench shaft spring (8), spring collar
(7), and old valve wrench (2, fig. 15) on
(a) Put the spherical end of the ball (9) into
the old valve socket.
(b) Install the outer socket (24) over the
30. Destruction to Prevent Enemy Use
cylindrical part of the ball so that the ball
lug (14, fig. 16) slides between the ball
a. General. When capture by or abandonment of
(c) Turn the outer socket (24) and the ball so
the M1 valve replacement mechanism to the enemy is
imminent, the responsible unit commander must make
the ball screws (11 and 22) are at the
the decision to render the unit inoperative.
right hand side of the shield (21).
b. Mechanical Means.
(d) Bolt the outer socket (24) to the inner
crowbars, picks, axes, or any other heavy tools which
socket (12) with four screws and nuts
may be available to destroy the container gage and the
components mounted on the shield assembly.
(e) Install the new valve socket (14) in its
c. Scattering and Concealment. Remove all easily
hole in the ball assembly and install the
accessible vital parts, such as the wrench assemblies,
yoke collar (6), new valve wrench (3, fig.
ball assembly, and valve socket lever assembly.
15) and nut (1) on the new valve socket.
Scatter and conceal the parts in most inaccessible
(f) Install the old valve socket (16, fig. 14) in
its hole in the ball assembly and install
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