INTRODUCTION AND PROCEDURES - Continued
Replacement of hardware, as well as conventional methods of decontamination, are the
preferred methods of decontamination for the areas listed below.
Areas that will entrap contaminants, making efficient decontamination extremely difficult include the following:
Exposed heads of screws.
Areas adjacent to and behind exposed hydraulic lines.
Hinged areas or access doors on the stowage boxes.
Retaining chains for lynchpins and lockpins.
Areas around the tie downs, lifting rings, crevices around access doors, external valves and drains, and
exposed hydraulic connectors.
Areas behind knobs, levers, externally-mounted equipment, specification and advisory data plates, and
roller and locking mechanisms.
Winch cable and winch hook assembly.
Conventional methods of decontamination should be used on all areas listed in Steps (1) and (2), while
stressing the importance of thoroughness, and the probability of some degree of continuing contact, including
For additional CBRN information, refer to FM 3-11.3 and FM 3-11.4.
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