don't like the design or performance. Put in on an SF 368 (Quality Deficiency Report). Mail it to us at:
The Commanding General
U.S. Army Troop Support and Aviation
Materiel Readiness Command
4300 Goodfellow Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63120.
We'll send you a reply.
The Survey Level NA2-80 is warranted by Wild Heerbrugg Instrument Co., Inc. for one year. It starts on the date,
found in block 23, DA form 2408-9, 'in the logbook. Report all defects in material or workmanship to your supervisor,
who will take appropriate action through your organizational maintenance shop.
DESTRUCTION OF ARMY MATERIAL TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
Refer to TM750-244-3 covering the destruction of Army material to prevent enemy use.
PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT
Packing Up - Open Carrying Case NA2-80 so that the inside surfaces are visible and accessible, and place
both halves on a table, thereby preparing Carrying Case NA2-80 for receiving Automatic Level NA2 (see Figure 1-2). If
Automatic Level NA2 is on the Tripod Assembly GST-40 (see Figure 1-3), the Automatic Level NA2 is sup- ported with
one hand, and the Tripod Assembly GST-40 central fixing screw (2) is loosened. The Automatic Level NA2 must never
be left on Tripod Assembly GST-40 without being screwed into it. The Automatic Level NA2 is properly placed in the
transport case (lower half of carrying case NA2-80) and the upper half of carrying case is then fitted over the lower half,
closed and locked (see Figure 1-4).
Storage - If possible, the Automatic Level NA2 should be stored in a dry, dust-proof room which does not
have a big temperature range. In a humid climate the Automatic Level NA2 must be removed from its tightly closed
container and the air must be al- lowed to circulate freely around the Automatic Level NA2. This is the best method for
preventing mildew or fungus growth. The longer an Automatic Level NA2 is not in use the more liable it becomes to such
a growth. To counter this, the Automatic Level NA2 should be stored in an opened state (i.e. not in its container) in a
heated airing cupboard, which has an electric bulb or a heating element installed, with shelves which should be either
slatted or ventilated with air-holes. In any case, care must be taken to ensure