AFMAN 24-204(I)/TM 38-250/NAVSUP PUB 505/MCO P4030.19H/ DLAI 4145.3
11 DECEMBER 2001
2.7. Limited and Excepted Quantities. Use good quality packaging specified in attachment 19 to ship small
quantities of hazardous materials aboard military aircraft. Personnel may use UN specification packaging even
though its not required.
2.8. Emergency Response Information. Do not offer for transportation, accept for transportation, transfer, store,
or otherwise handle hazardous materials unless emergency response information is available at all times. The
shipper must provide a 24-hour emergency response telephone number that is monitored at all times by personnel
who are knowledgeable of the hazards and characteristics of the materials being shipped. This information is
required in the event of an emergency involving the material. Enter the phone number on the manifest (or on the
Shippers Declaration for Dangerous Goods attached to the manifest) immediately following the description of the
hazardous material, in a clearly visible location. Enter the phone number only one time if the number applies to
each hazardous material on the manifest. Indicate the telephone number is for emergency response information by
annotating the words "EMERGENCY CONTACT," followed by the telephone number (including the area code or
international access code). DoD activities use the following telephone numbers:
For Class 1 material, contact The Army Operations Center, (703) 697-0218/0219. Ask for the Watch
For radioactive material, contact Rock Island Arsenal, (309) 782-3510. Call collect. Ask for the Staff Duty
For all other hazardous materials, contact The DoD Emergency Response Hotline, 1-800-851-8061 (toll
free) or 1-804-279-3131.
Shipments originating from non-DoD activities use a company, safety organization, or other contact
telephone number applicable to the material shipped.
H2.9. Complying With Special Cargo Requirements. Ensure any Inhalation Hazard Zone A material (as
identified by Special Provision 1 in table A4.1, column 7); Class 1, compatibility group K; Fissile Class III
Radioactive Materials; infectious substances and biological research materials requiring a technical escort comply
with the extensive protective measures outlined in attachment 24.