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CHAPTER 11 DEMOLITION TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
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APPENDIX A REFERENCES - TM-5-5430-209-120173
TM 5-5430-209-12
(2) 1000, 3000-, and 10,000-barrel capacity
(d) Two-  2-pound  charges  equally
spaced around the main supply pipeline at the face of
the tank flange.
(a) Five  2-pound
charges
equally
NOTE
spaced against the base of the tank.
(b) Three  2-pound  charges  equally
The above charges are the minimum
spaced around the outside endge of the center deck
requirement for this method.
section.
(c) Five  2-pound  charges  equally
spaced around the outside of the tank just above the
bottom chime of the second ring.
Figure 11-2. Placement of demolition charges (1000-, 3000-, and 10,000-barrel tanks).
WARNING
(1) Outlet fittings
(2) Staves
Do not use mechanical means for
(3) Deck
destruction if the tank is used for
11-3. Other Demolition Methods
storage of flammable liquids.
If the situation prohibits employing either of the
b. Demolition by Mechanical Means. Use sledge
preferred methods, fire on the tank with the heaviest
hammers, crowbars, picks, axes, or any other heavy
weapons possible.
tools which may be available, and destroy the following:
11-2

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