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TM 9-1300-275/3
Collection and Preparation of Specimens for Shipment to Medical Labora-
TB MED 273
tories.
Shipping Chart for Chemical Corps Ammunition, Ammunition Components,
SB 3-24
and Military Chemical Agents.
Serviceability Standard for CB Material.
SB 3-30
Protective Mask Canisters: Serviceability Lists.
SB 3-30-2
Field Protective Masks, M3, M4, and M9 Services and Protective Mask
SB 3-30-10
Canisters, M10A1 and M11: Serviceability Standard.
Decontaminating Apparatus, Portable: 3-gallon M1; 1 quart M2; 1
SB 3-39-13
quart M11; Serviceability Standard.
Breathing Apparatus, Compressed Air, M15 and ABC M15A1: Service-
SB 3-36-24
ability Standard.
2. NAVY.
Responsibilities for Technical Escort of Chemical, Biological and Etiolog-
OPNAVINST 8070.1
ical Agents.
OPNAVINST 8027.1C
Responsibilities for Explosive Ordnance Disposal
NAVAIR 15-03-500
Packaging and Handling of Dangerous Material for Transportation by
Military Aircraft.
NAVORD OP 2239
Drivers Handbook Ammunition, Explosives, and Dangerous Articles.
NAVORD OP 2165
Volume I. Navy Transportation Safety Handbook.
NAVORD OP 5
Volume I. Ammunition Ashore Handling, Stowing, and Shipping.
3. AIR FORCE.
Responsibilities for Explosive Ordnance Disposal.
AFR 136-8
Packaging and Handling of Dangerous Material for Transportation by
AFM 71-4
Military Aircraft.
General Instructions-Disposal of Ammunition.
TO: 11A-1-42
Ammunition Complete Round Chart and Transportation and Storage Guide.
TO: 11A-1-46
General Manual-Fire Fighting and Withdrawal, Time, Distance and Re-
TO: 11A-1-55
lated Criteria for Explosive (except Nuclear Weapons).
Handling, Storage, and Disposal-Type M-34A1 (E101R3) Cluster, Bomb,
TO: 11A1-5-2-1
Gas, Nonpersistent, 1,000-lb.
Technical Escort-Chemical, Biological and Etiological Material.
TO: 11C-1-8-0
Bomb, Gas, Nonpersistent GB, Bomb-750 lbs, Type MC-l.
TO: 11C-2-2-3-7
Storage, Handling and Inspection-Liquid Agent Spray Tank, Type TMU-
TO: 11C15-3-2-7
28/B.
Storage Procedures--Biological Spray Tank, Type A/B 45Y01.
TO: 11C15-3-5-7
Packaging and Handling of Dangerous Materials for Transportation by
AFM 71-4
Military Aircraft.
Explosives Safety Manual.
AFM 127-100
Responsibilities for Technical Escorts of Chemical, Biological and Etiolog-
AFR 136-4
ical Agents.
Safeguarding Classified Information.
AFR 205-1
Special Security Procedures, Classification Guide for Sensitive Controlled
AFR 205-17
Fragmentation Munitions.
AFM
207-1
Doctrine and Requirements for Security of Aerospace Systems.
AFM
355-1
The AF Disaster Preparedness Program.
AFM
355-5
Employment of Biological Agents.
AFM
355-6
Military Biology and Biological Agents.
AFM
355-7
Military Chemistry and Chemical Agents.
Response to Major Peacetime Accidents Involving Nuclear and Non-
AFR
355-7
Nuclear Weapons, and Other Dangerous Materials.
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