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MAINTENANCE OF BINOCULAR STOWAGE BRACKET ASSEMBLY.
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TM-9-2350-238-20-2 Crane (CAB) Components Recovery Vehicle Full-Tracked: Light Armored M578 (
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CARE OF EQUIPMENT IN ADMINISTRATIVE STORAGE.
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Section VIII. PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT
2-102.  DEFINITION  OF  ADMINISTRA-
series manuals, lubrication order (LO), or ap-
plicable  technical  manuals.  In  case  of  conflict
T I V E  S T O R A G E . The placement of equip-
in
lubrication
instructions,
the
LO
will
apply.
ment
in
administrative
storage
can
be
for
short
periods
of
time
when:
(1)
An
organiza-
(4) Records  and  reports  to  be  maintain-
tion lacks operating funds, personnel, other
ed  for  equipment  in  administrative  storage  are
resources, or normal usage of its organic
those  prescribed  by  DA  PAM  738-750,  for
materiel,  and  (2)  materiel  which  exceeds
the
equipment in use.
capability of the owning organization to
operate
or
maintain
must
be
retained
by
that
(5) Ten  percent  variance  is  acceptable
organization for contingency or other cogent
on time running hours, or mileage used to
reasons.
determine
maintenance
actions
required.
Installation
or
organization
commanders
may
c. S e c u r i t y . I n s t r u c t i o n s
contained
herein
authorize
the
administrative
storage
of
their
do
not
modify
security
procedures
and
re-
materiel within guidance furnished by
quirements
for
classified
or
pilferable
items.
MACOM commanders and AR 750-1. Re-
See  AR  190-13,
DA
PAM
738-750,
and
covery vehicles should be ready for use
750-35.
within the time factors as determined by the
directing
authority.
d. S t o r a g e
Site.
During the storage period appropriate mainte-
nance records will be kept.
(1) Select the best available site for ad-
ministrative storage. Separate stored equip-
ment
from  equipment  in  use.  Conspicuously
a. S c o p e . T h e  r e q u i r e m e n t s  s p e c i f i e d  h e r e -
mark
the  area  "Administrative  Storage".
in  are  necessary  to  maintain  the  M578  Re-
covery  Vehicle  in  administrative  storage  in
(2) Covered  space  is  preferred.  When
such  a  way  as  to  achieve  the  maximum  readi-
sufficient  covered  space  for  all  Recovery
ness condition.
Vehicles to be stored is not available, select
an open site.
b. G e n e r a l .
(3) Open  sites
should  be  improved  hard-
(1) Except  as  indicated  in  the  Mainte-
stand,  if  available.
Unimproved  sites  should
nance  Services  and  Inspection  and  Correc-
be firm, well-drained, and kept free of ex-
tions of Shortcomings and Deficiencies para-
cessive
vegetation.
graphs,  equipment  that  is  placed  in  admini-
strative  storage  should  be  capable  of  being
e. S t o r a g e
Plan.
readied
to
perform
its
mission
within
a
24-hour  period  or  as  otherwise  prescribed  by
(1) Store  equipment  so  as  to  provide
the approving authority. Before equipment is
maximum  protection  from  the  elements  and
placed  in  administrative  storage,  current  main-
to  provide  access  for  inspection,  mainte-
tenance
services,
shortcomings,
and
deficien-
nance, and exercise. Anticipate removal or
cies  should  be  corrected,  and  all  modification
deployment problems and take suitable pre-
work orders (MWOS) should be applied.
cautions.
(2) R e p o r t  e q u i p m e n t  i n  a d m i n i s t r a t i v e
(2) T a k e  i n t o  a c c o u n t  e n v i r o n m e n t a l
storage in Materiel Readiness and Unit Readi-
conditions,  such  as  extreme  heat  or  cold;
ness reports as prescribed for all reportable
high humidity; blowing sand, dust, or loose
equipment.
See
AR
220-1.
debris;  soft  ground;  mud;  heavy  snows;
earthquakes;  or  combinations  thereof  and
(3) P e r f o r m  i n s p e c t i o n s ,  m a i n t e n a n c e
take
adequate
precautions.
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