(Army) DEMOLITION OF MATERIEL TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
9-1. AUTHORITY FOR DEMOLITION.
92. Demolition of the equipment will be accomplished
BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL WITH EXPLO-
only upon order of the commander. Use the destruction
SIVES AND INCENDIARY DEVICES. USE
procedures outlined in paragraph 9-4 to prevent further
THESE ITEMS ONLY WHEN THE NEED IS
use of the equipment.
c. Burn. Bum the technical manual frost. Burn as much
93. METHODS OF DESTRUCTION.
of the equipment as possible; use gasoline, oil, flame throw-
9-4. The tactical situation and time available will deter-
ers, and similar items. Use incendiary grenades to complete
mine the method to be used when destruction of equipment
the destruction of unit interiors.
is ordered. In most cases, it is preferable to demolish com-
pletely some portions of the equipment rather than partially
destroy all of the equipment components.
grenades, or TNT.
a. Smash. Smash the front panel, case, cover, switches,
e. Dispose. Bury or scatter the destroyed parts in slit
and controls; open the case and smash all terminals, switch-
trenches or foxholes, or throw them into nearby streams.
es, and connectors; use sledges, axes, hammers, crowbars,
95. REPORT OF DESTRUCTION.
and any other heavy tool available.
b. Cut. Use axes, machetes, or other similar tools to
96. The reporting of the destruction of the equipment
cut wiring and interconnecting cabling.
will be made through command channels.
(Air Force, Navy) ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN
in sequence to each part and are keyed to the related ex-
ploded view. Part numbers assigned by the contractors, man-
(Army) Refer to TM 11-5841-268-25P for parts
ufacturers, or Government are included for identification
(refer to paragraph 107). Part descriptions are indented to
10-1. SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY.
show their relationship to the previously listed assembly or
subassembly. Attaching parts are identified and are listed in
102. This section contains an illustrated parts breakdown
the same indented column as the part attached; the symbol
of the replaceable parts of Control, Transponder Set C-6280
"...*..." indicates the completion of the attaching parts.
(P)/APX, C-6280A(P)/APX, C45717/APX, and C-7483/APX,
The code letters inserted in the Usable On Code column are
manufactured under the contracts listed in paragraph 12.
defined in paragraph 1010.
The parts breakdown consists of Group Assembly Parts Lists
(Tables 101 through 10-4) and related exploded views
105. NUMERICAL INDEX AND REFERENCE DESIG-
106. Both the Numerical Index and the Reference Desig-
nation Index are combined lists applicable to all the trans-
parts used in the transponder set controls is also included.
ponder set controls. The Numerical Index has five columns
103. GROUP ASSEMBLY PARTS LISTS.
of numerical data with each line representing a single part.
The Reference Designation Index is a three-column table
104. A separate Group Assembly Parts List and exploded
which lists only those electrical functioning parts of the
view is used for the C-6280(P)/APX, for the C-6280A(P)/
transponder set controls to which reference designations
APX, and for the C-6717/APX and C-7483/APX. In each of
have been assigned. In both indexes, one column cross-
these lists, the parts are listed in a recommended order of
-references the figure and index number of the part, as listed
disassembly, except for attaching parts which are listed di-
in the parts lists and shown on the related exploded view.
rectly after the part attached. Index numbers are assigned