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CHAPTER
5
SHIPMENT AND STORAGE AND DESTRUCTION OF
MATERIEL TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
Section L DOMESTIC SHIPMENT AND LIMITED STORAGE
114.
Domestic
Shipping
Instructions
a.  Preparation  For  Shipment. When  shipping  the  12-ton  4-
wheel wrecker low-bed semitrailers M269, M270, and M270A1
by
rail,
the
officer
in
charge
of
preparing
the
shipment
will
be  responsible  for  furnishing  the  semitrailers,  including  on-
vehicle  materiel  (OVM),  to  the  carriers  in  a  serviceable  con-
dition,
properly
cleaned,
preserved,
painted,
and
lubricated
as
prescribed in SB 9-4. For instructions on loading and block-
ing the semitrailers on flatcars, refer to paragraphs 116 and
117.
b.
Removal
Of
Preservatives
Before
Shipment. T h e
removal
of preservatives is the responsibility of organizations receiving
shipments.  Personnel  withdrawing  the  semitrailers  from  stor-
age for domestic shipment must not remove preservatives other
than  to  insure  that  materiel  is  complete  and  serviceable.  If
it has been determined that preservatives have been removed,
they must be restored to the prescribed level prior to ship-
ment.
Prepare
all
Army
shipping
c.
Army
Shipping
Documents.
documents  accompanying
the
semitrailers
in
accordance
with
TM 38-705.
115. Limited-Storage Instructions
a. General.
(1)
Semitrailers received for storage and already processed
for domestic shipment must not be reprocessed unless
inspection performed on receipt of semitrailers reveals
corrosion, deterioration, etc.
(2)
Completely  process  semitrailers  upon  receipt  directly
from manufacturing facilities or if the processing data
recorded on the tag indicates that preservatives have
been rendered ineffective by operation or freight ship-
ping
damage.
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