TM 9-1375-213 -12-3
Section 1. GENERAL
returned to the developing agency. Forward the
items to Commander, US Army Armament,
Munitions and Chemical Command, ATTN:
This publication, prepared for use by test per-
AMSMC-MAE-T, Rock Island, IL 61299-6000.
sonnel and interested Army elements, provides
Remove batteries from the receiver and trans-
operator and maintenance instructions cover-
mitter before packing. The units should be well-
ing demolition firing device M122. The firing
cushioned by crumpled newspapers, poly-
device M122 is used to detonate explosives from
urethane foam, or whatever materials can be
a remote location. The demolition firing device
M122 consists of a separate transmitter and
receiver. The transmitter transmits a coded
(2) Reporting of malfunctions.
radio signal to activate a specific receiver. The
purposes, malfunctions do not
receiver, placed in the vicinity of the explosive,
include accidents and fires resulting from negli-
initiates the explosive upon receipt of the prop-
gence, malpractice and the like. However, mal-
erly coded radio signal.
functions do include abnormal or premature
functions if they occur in the course of normal
FORMS, RECORDS, AND
handling, maintenance, storage, transportation
and tactical deployment.
a. General. Commanding Officers of units
receivining demolition firing devices are
responsible for preparation of records and
reports. For reporting purposes, demolition fir-
ing devices are identified by seria numbers and
standard nomenclature as described on its
c. Malfunction Reports.
(1) Malfunction of firing device M122.
A malfunction is a failure of a demolition firing
device M122 to function in accordance with its
intended purpose. During initial deployment, it
is requested that defective components be