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Section II. MAINTENANCE
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TM-9-1375-213-12-1 Demolition Materials Demolition Kit Cratering: M180 NSN 1375-00-148-7159 and Training: M270 (Inert) NSN
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Storage Data
TM 9-1375-213-12-1
CHAPTER 4
SHIPMENT AND STORAGE
SHIPMENT
Section I.
withstand sudden stops and starts as well as off-
4-1. Precautions
road operations.
b. Load ammunition in an attitude which pre-
WARNING
vent movement.
As with all ammunition containing elec-
c. If ammunition packing is broken or damaged,
tro-explosive initiators (EEI), avoid
and the munitions are still serviceable, repair in
transporting or operating the M180 Dem-
accordance with the procedures in paragraph 3-4.
olition Kit in the vicinity of operating tel-
evision, radio, radar, etc. transmitters.
4-3. Transportation
The radio frequency (RF) energy emitted
Refer to TM 9-1300-206.
by these transmitters can fire the EEI
under same circumstances even with the
4-4. Shipment Data
shorting devices in place; for example, do
not operate or transport the kit within
Department of Transportation:
100 feet (30 meters) of an operating walk-
a. Demolition Kit, M180.
ie-talkie. Figures for safe distances from
(DOT) shipping
various powered transmitters are given
designation ----------- Explosive A
in TM 9-1300-206, appendix C.
(DOT) container marking Rocket Ammunition w/
Explosive Projectile
a. Handle kits carefully since improper han-
National Stock Number
dling can degrade the ammunition so that it will
(NSN) ----------------- 1375-00-148-7159
not accomplish its mission.
Gross weight -------------- 65 lb (74.25 kg)
Cubical displacement of
b. Assure that ammunition being transported
shipping container --- 7.2 cu ft. (0.216 M3)
will not be damaged, contaminated or otherwise
DODIC
--------------------
1375-M965
degraded to the extent that it becomes dangerous
Descriptive  nomenclature
or its usefulness impaired.
of packed item -------------- Demolition kit, Cratering:
c. Do not roll, drop or subject ammunition to
M180
b. Demolition kit, M270
high-stock loads.
d. Return as unserviceable ammunition that is
(DOT) shipping
designation ----------- Not applicable
subjected to severe handling and is damaged or
(DOT) container marking Not applicable
suspected of being damaged.
National Stock Number
(NSN) ----------------- 6920-01-087-0038
4-2. Instructions
Gross weight --------------  180 lb (81.0 kg)
Cubical displacement of
a. Ammunition transported in trucks, jeeps and
shipping container --- 8.0 cu ft (0.24 M 3)
other tactical vehicles will be blocked and braced.
Descriptive nomenclature Demolition Kit, Cratering
This blocking and bracing will be adequate to
of packed item ---------- Training: M270 (inert)
Section II. STORAGE
4-5. Precautions
c. Select level, well drained sites free from read-
a. When it is necessary to store ammunition in
ily ignitable and flammable materials.
the open, select a storage site not exposed to
d. Do not store ammunition under trees or ad-
power lines and electrical cables.
jacent to towers or other structures that attract
b. Do not locate ammunition adjacent to res-
ervoirs, water mains or sewer lines.
e. Provide nonflammable or fire-resistant over-
4-1

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