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2 .1. 0 EPA R T MEN T FE L D, ~_kisj-dj-- PUB.S~~ FOR TRANNG!, FELD \lanu ALS FRNG TABLES LU BRCATON ORDERS MOBLZATON TRANNG PROGRAMS TECHNCAL BULLETNS TECHNCAL MANUALS TRANNG CRCULARS This manual supersedes FM 21-6, December 1944.,: FOR SALE BY THE SUPERNTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS, p. S. GOVERNMENT PRNTNG OFFCE, WASHNGTON 25, D. c., A R n EPA R ' M E N',.; 2 0 JAN U A R Y J' 9.f... S _. ~c:::' " -" :~~:~'~

3 - \ \. \ \,."- WAR DEPARTMENT Washington 25, D. C., 20 January 1945 F~ist of Publications for Training is published for the information and guidance of all concerned. [AG (20 Jan. 45)] BY ORDER OF THE SECRBTAi!1riW"'.u: -- on~ " -_.---- " J. A. ULO Major General The Adjut4lli. Ge'fteraJ G. C. MARSHALL Chicf of StAff '. DSTRmUTON: AAF(10); AGF(lO); ASF(2); T of Opns (10); AAF C(lO): Arm & Sv Bd(2); ~f C(10); S Div ASF(lO); Tech Sv(25); SvC(10); Area,ASvC(10); HD(10); PC&S(2); PE(lO); PG (10); GR(iS) ;,JlB(5); Gen cl: Sp Sy Sch(50); USMA(2); ASTU (2); ROTC(2); A(lO): CHQ(10); D(lO); B(lO); R(5); SBn (5); Bn(2); C(1); MOO); W(10); G(5); S(2); F(l). For explanation of 8)'m.bol.5, see paragraph 22 e.t a

4 -,t CONTENTS SECTON. NTRODUCTON Purpose and Scope of Manual......: Changes to This Manual How to C se The Manual , SECTON. TRANNG PUBLCATONS Combinerl. Communications Board Publications Field?lanuals, Firing- Tables aud Charts..." Mobilization Training Programs Technical Bulletins Technical :lanuals Technical r:egulations Traininl::" (':rculars., 'War Department Lubrication Orders SECTON. NG Field anrl. Technical Manuals Technical Bulletins." Firing Ta,,'es and Charts l\ohilizatinl~ Training Programs Training Crculars SECTON V. DSTRBUTON Responsibility Procure'11eCt Accpi'S tn Publications , Maintel'itt:l'e of Files Distnhuli"'l Formula Requi~;(joning SECTON v, CHANGES, RESCSSONS, CANCELATONS AND SUPERSESSONS Charzes "",...,..,...,..,'..., Resc;so;(,ns, Cancelations and Supersessions SECTON V. LSTS OF TRANNG PUBLCATONS Comhined Communications Board Publications....., Fle!rl ~anllals "",..,." Firing' Tables and Charts (TjC) :lobilization Tl'aining Program, '" Technical' Bulletins Technical :Manuals.' Technical Heglllations Training Cil'culars \rar Department Lubrication Orders SECTON V. SUPERSESSONS AND RESCSSONS \Var Department Publications SECTON V. NDEX '''~'-''

5 SECTON NTRODUCTON H-4 1. PURPOSE AND SCOPE. a. Purpose. The purpose of this manual is to provide a list and index of War Department training publications as of 20 January b. Scope. Lists and indexes in this manual are confined to the following training publications: Combined Communications Board Publications Field Manuals Firing Tables and Charts Mobilization Training Programs (l'lot indexed) Technical Bulletins Technical Manuals Technical Regulations (not indexed) Training Circulars War Department Lubrication Orders c. War Department Gl'aphic Training Aids are listed and described in FM 21-8; training films and film strips in FM d. A list and index of the following publications will be found in War Department Pamphlet e-6, dated 15 November 1944, in p rocess of publication: Mobilization Regulations Modification vvork Orders Readjustment Regulations Supply Bulletins War Department Pamphlets e. Army Regulations are listed in AR 1-10 and indexed in AR 1-5. Additions, revisions, supersessions, and changes will be listed in WD Pamphlet 12-6, after 1 January f. War Department general orders, bulletins, and numbered circulars will be indexed in WD Pamphlet 12-6, after 1 January CHAXGES TO THS MANUAL. The practice of issuing changes in the form of monthly supplements to this manual has been discontinued. FM 21-6 is being published monthly as a recurring manual and includes all changes up to the time of publication. Publications added since the last issue will be indicated by an asterisk. Reference to previously issued copies of FM 21-6 should be discontinued. 2. HOW TO r~e THE )AXCAL. To obtain the moq ctlcct:\e use 01 this manual, the user should fir~t familiarize hil1l:,clf with ts editorial contents. A careful study should be made of the subsequent Sections whkh outline the purpose and scope of the various training media; how they are numbered, how they are distributed, and how they are requisitioned. SECTON TRANNG PUBLCATONS 4. COMBNED COMMUNCATONS BOARD PUB LCATONS (CCBP). (List in par. 26) Combined Communications Board Publications are numbered pamphlets compiled by the Combined Commissions Board. They contain material formerly published in Field Manuals in the 24-series. 5. FELD MANUALS (FM). (List in par. 27) Field ~anuals constitute the primary means of promulgating the basic doctrines of military training and operations. They contain training instructions relative to tactics and technique. 6. FRNG TABLES AND CHARTS. (Lists in par. 28) a. Firing Tables (FT) (1) Definition. Firing Tables are pamphlets containing exterior ballistic data, based on range firings, for specific types of weapons 4 and combinations of projectiles, fuzes, and propelling charges. (:2) Typrs. Fring Tables are classified according to t~-pcs of weapons, e},."cept that FT's for aircraft "-eapons are not printed but are made up for use in designing sights and are not available for general distribution. The other types are: (a) A.bridged. Abridged Firing Tables (AFT) are for tank and antitank guns, light mortars, and similar \\eapons. They contain the minimum data required for determination of the elevation for the desired point of impact. (b) Ant/airemft. Antiaircraft Firing Tables contain exterior ballistic tabulations which provide data along the trajectory for constant elevations out of...

6 the time of flight for which the fuze is set. All anti.:. aircraft firing. tables prepared in the future will contain data for both antiaircraft and ground fire. (c) Field and Coast Artillery. Firing Tables for use on l~md or water targets contain exterior ballistic tabulations giving the trajectory characteristics at the point of impact. They provide data required to determine the proper elevation for a desired point of impact. These tables are prepared for the muzzle velocity of a new gun. b. GraphicafFiring Tables. (GFT) Graphical Firing Tables resemble slide rules in appearance and operation. They are not listed in this manual, but are catalogued in ORD SNL F-237, which is obtainable at Adjutant General Depots. They are nonexpendable and are requisitioned in the same manner as any other stock control item. c. Trajectory Charts. (TjC) Trajectory Charts are prepared for use with tables for antiaircraft fire. Those charts now on hand are issued as individual sheets, together with the FT's they supplement. As antiaircraft FT's are revised, the charts will appear. as inserts inthe FT's and will not be issued separately.. d. Trajectory Diagrams. '(TD) Trajectory Diagrams are supplemental to FT's for certain field guns. TD'sare printed on tracing~inen so that they may be used on Geological Survey Maps for determining "dead space." TD's are issued in screw-top mailing tubes, and are not furnished automatically with each FT. They must be requisitioned separately. (2) &op~. Technical bulletins will not contain material pertaining to tactical training or tactical operations. Originating agencies will be responsible for excluding such material from technical bulletins..b. Format. Technical bulletins are printed, mimeographed, or, multilithed in pamphlet or leaflet forin, 5% inches by 9 inches or 8 inches by 10% inches, and illustrated when necessary. c. Preparation. Material for publication in a technical bulletin will be forwarded by the chief of a technical service to The Adjutant General for processing. Concurrences of other agencies will not be required for technical bullctinsprepared within the meaning of paragraph a above. 9. TECHNCAL MANUALS (TlV) (List in par. 31). Technical Manuals supplement Field Manuals, covering subjects the separate treatment of which is considered essential to a full accomplishment of the training prescribed in the Field Manuals. This series includes manuals describing materiel and containing instructions for its operation, care, and handling; guidebooks for instructors and specialists; material for extension courses; reference books; administrative materials; and similar specialized subject matter. 10. TECHNCAL REGULATONS. (TR) (List in par. 32). Some Technical Hegulations are still in force, but they gradually are being eliminated by the inclusion of suitable material in other training documents. 7. MOBLZATON TRANNG PROGRAMS. (List in par. 29) (MTP) Mobilization Training Programs contain a schedule of subjects prescribed for the training of units and replacements, showing hours to be tlevoted each week to the subject prescribed' together with text references. 8. TECHNCAL BULLETN~ (TB) (List in par. 30) a. Purpose and Scope. (1) Purpose. The purpose of Technical Bulletins is: (a) To disseminate new instructions and information prepared by technical services pertaining to technical rpatters concerning weapons and equipment procured and issued by the preparing agency, or to professional technique over which the preparing agency has exclusive jurisdiction. (b) To publish, without delay, technical material that may later be incorporated in manuals or changes to manuals. ) ll. TRANNG CRCULARS (TC) (List in par. 33). a. Purpose and Scope. Training Circulars are designed to promulgate- (1) New training doctrine (see b below). (2) Training doctrine, tactics, or technique, the' immediate dissemination of which is essential. (3) Training policies 01' information of a temporary nature or not relevant to the scope of existing manuals.. b. Confirmation. When a Training Circular is pub;. lished, the preparing agency will initiate action to incorporate its applicable provisions as a numbered change or revision of the appropriate manual or asa new manual. c. Revocation. (1) Each training circular will indi cate in bold type, immediately under the heading, the date (1 year fl~om date of publicfltion) upon which the circular will become void. Unless previously superseded or rescinded by other action, all matter ;

7 ,, contained in the circular will automatically be voided upon the date shown in bold type. (2) Training Circulars published before 1 January.1944.donot,carry- an expiration date and will remain in eff~ct uptil re$cinded or superseded by specific action in each case. 12. WAR DEPARTMENT LUBRCATON ORDERS. (WDLO) (List in par. 34). a. General. War Department Lubrication Or<iers(WDLO's) are seriallynumbered and dated cards or decalcomania labels which prescribe approved first and second echelon lubrication instructions for mechanical equipment issued by, the Army' Serviee Forces. They will be carried with or attached to the equipment to which they pertain. nstructions' contained therein are mandatory to using troops and supersede all con flicting lubrication instructions of prior date. Unit co~manders are responsible for obtaining, install": ing, and fully complying with all current WDLO's that are applicable to equipment within their com na,nds. Difficulties experienced in the performance of these responsibilities will be reported through techl:j,ical channels to the Commanding General, Army Ser'{7ice Forces, Attention: Maintenance Division. See Paragraph 34 for complete list of WDLO's that are available for issue, and follow requisitioning instructions-in Paragraphs 12b, 12c, and 23. b. Old-Style Lubrication Orders. Old-style WDLO's are classed as equipment accessories and are manufa~tured, stocked and issued by each of the seven technical services of Army Service Forces. Their physical form may be either a 10 x 15 inch steelbol:l ll d waterproofed card, or a temporary-type cardboard, ora decalcomania transfer label. Those oldstyie WDLO's that are listed in Paragraph 34 may be' readily identified, and the responsible technical service determined, by referring their serial num, bers to the following table. Examples of old-style serial numbers: 151, 1026, , 6009, Old~style lubrication orders are not usually issued automatically and must be, requisitioned from the technical service depots shown in the table. nformal letters that list the serial number, issue date, and quantity.desired will be hqnored by issuing agencies. Although old-style lubrication orders will be superseded as rapidly as possible by the new-style described in Paragraph 12b, the former should contjlue to be requested and used until the new-style replacements are received or are listed in Paragraph 34. c. New~StyleLubrication Orders. New -style WDLQ's -are _classed,as expendable publicati~s 8 which are prepared by the responsible technical services, but are published and automatic.ally distributed by The Adjutant General. Their physical form will be either a simple card or a decalcomania transfer label. Those new-style WDLO's that are listed in Paragraph 34 may be readily identified by means of their distinctive serial numbers which are pr~ ceded by the 'letters "LO" and which not only identify the preparing service (See Paragraph 13a) but usually correspond to the number of the corresponding technical manuals. Examples of new-style serial numbers: LO 9-772, LO , LO 8-626, LO Since automatic distribution can never be complete, necessary additional quantities of new-style WDLO's should be requisitioned in conformance with Para,. graph 23. d. Since new and old-style WDLO's are furnished by separate agencies, no requisition should contain requests for both types. WDLO PREPARNG AGENCY 1 to 1000 inc!. Ordnance Dept., U. S.Army to 2000 incl to 3000 inc! to 4000 inc! to 5000 inc! to 6000 incl to 7000 incl to 8000 incl. EMERGENCY ADDRESS FOR REQUSTONS C.O., Fort Wayne Ord _nance Depot, Detroit 32, Michigan Corps of Ensinee:rs, Main.tenance Publication U. S. Army. Office, War.Plans Division, War Planning, QEC, P.O. Box 1679, Columbus,. Ohio U. S. Marine Corps, Quartermaster Depart- U. S. Navy ment, U. S. Marine Corps, Washington, D. C. Signal Corps, U. S. Army. Chemical Warfare Service, U. S. Army. Medical Dept., U. S.Army. Quartermaster Corps, U.S. Army. Transportation Corps, U. S. Ar~y..' C.O., Philad~lphia Signal Depot, Philadelphia, Pa. Utah ASF Depot, Ogden, Utal},or Memphis ASF Depot, Memphis, Tenn. C.O., St. Louis Medicai Depot, St. Louis, Mo. Attention: Maintenance Division Maintenance Branch, 'Service nstallations Division Office of the Quartermaster General, Washington, D. C. C.O., Montgomery Transportation Corps Depot, Montgomery, Ala. ':-"-f f'.

8 SECTON NG 13. FELD AND TECHNCAL MANUALS~ Field and Technical Manuals are numbered according to a single comprehensive system. Each manual carries a basic number (the first number) and a subnumber (the second number). The basic number identifies the subject matter to which the manual applies. The subnumber is a further means of identifying the publication within its particular class. a. Basic number. Basic numbers are allotted to subject matter as follows: 1. Air 2. Cavalry 3. ChemCal Warfare 4. Coast Artillery 5. Engineers 6. Field Artillery 7. nfantry 8. Medical 9. Ordnance 10. Quartermaster 11. Signal 12. Adjutant General 13. nspeetor General 14. Fiscal 15. Judge Advocate Gener' 16. Chaplain 17. Armored 18. Tank Destroyer 19. Military Police 20. Miscellaneous 21. ndividual Soldier 22. nfantry Drill Regulations 23. Basic Weapons (including accessories and ammunition) 24. Communication Procedures 25. Transportation (motor and animal) 26. nterior Guard Duty 27. Military Law 28. Welfare, Recreation, and Morale 29. Regulating Stations and Base Depots 30. Military ntelligence 31. Special Operations 32. Security 35. Women's Army Corps 37. Maintenance 38. Supply Procedures 39. Rockets 44. Antiaircraft Artillery (Manuals published prior to 1 June 1944 are listed in the 4-series) ' 55. Transportation (Water and Rail) 60. Amphibious 70. Mountain and Winter 71. Airborne 72. Jungle 100 Fi~ld Service Regulations 101. Staff Officers Field Manuals 105. Umpire Manuals, b. Subnumber. (1) General. Subnumbers up to 199 are assigned to Field Manual3; subnumbers 200 and higher are reserv:ed for Technical Manuals; For example: 8-5 is a Field Manual in the Medical series, the basic number 8 indicating Medical and the subnumbel' 5 showing that it is a Field Manual is a Technical Manual in the Medical series, t~e subnumber 233 indicating that it is atm. (2) Engineer subnumbel's. Subnumbers of Technical Manuals in the Engineer, or 5-series, higher than 5-999, are grouped as follows: TM number to TM number Subject Eoad surfacing equipment ::1 \Yate!' sup'ply equipment l:1l:1 Trucks and tractors 'Tools, mechanical and hand " Power supply-electrical, gas, and pneumatic " Reproduction equipment Ant i air c ra f t equipment (searchlight trailers, bar rage balloon winches, etc.) " Stream-crossing equipment (ponton bridges, etc.) " Mi8cellaneous (trailers, cranes, refrigeration e qui p men t, etc.). (3) Ordnance subnumbets. (a) Main grouping. Subnumbers of Technical Manuals in the Ordnance, or 9-series, are grouped as follu\vs: TM number to TM number Subject First and second echelons of maintenance (operating in structions, servicing, simple repair, and replacement) 'Third, fourth, and fifth eche lons of maintenance (Major repair, replacement, and reconditioning) " nstruction guides covering in~ form a t ion or instructions generally applied to differ ent types of material. 'J - - ~---~~-

9 "<.) Subgrouping. Each of these groups is subgro'l1ped as follows:.'j TMttumber to TM number SUbject " } " Small arms pf all types and f all cannon up to and not including 57-mm., ~ (4) Si{fMl Corps' subnumbers. Subnumbers of Technical Manuals in the Signal Corps, or ll-series, are allocated to subject matter as follows: TM number to TM number f l~ " }.." } " H H.. 9-{j99] f } Automotive materiel } f Miscellaneous f " } Ammunition } Radio Equipment other than H Radio Sets. H } Wi r e Equipment, Telephone Equipment. H } Teletypewriter Equipment } Line Construction and Miscellaneous Wire Equipment Cryptographic Equipment Visual Equipment } Photographic Equipment. C Pigeon Equipment Meteorological Equipment. H S l Miscellaneous Equipment S.. f } Training Manuals. f f f f All field arti1le 57-mm and larger, and art antiaircraft artillery larger than 40-mm. Seacoast and railway-artillery.. Fire control and sighting equipment.. Subject Radio Sets, Ground (Communication, including compass) Radio Sets, aircraft. Radio Sets, aircraft (includ ing compass). Radio Sets, Mobile Ground. nterphone Equipment (Ground). Transmitters. Receivers. Power Units and Power Equipment. Miscellaneous Air & Radar Equipment. Radar Sets. Miscellaneous Ground Radar EqUipment. 8 TM number to TM numbm' H 'Subjeet Technical Operation Manuals (Rada.r ). General Maintenance Manuals (Radar). Service Manuals (Radar). Field Service Procedures ManualS. Higher Echelon Repair Manuals. nstallation Manuals. 14. TECHNCAL BULLETNS. a. Bulletins pertaining to Technical Manuals bear the number of the manual, with an added serial number to differentiate one bulletin from another on the same subject. Ex, ample: TB indicates the first technical bulletin which affected TM b. Bulletins which do not pertain to a single Technical Manual bear the abbreviation of the originating service and are numbered consecutively. Example: TB ENG 1 is. the first Engineer Technical Bulletin not directly pertaining to a single Technical Manual. 15. FRNG TABLES AND CHARTS. Each Firing Table, Trajectory Diagram, and Trajectory Chart is identified by a symbol consisting of letters and figures, of which the following is an example: FT 75-B 1. The meaning of the symbol is: a. The abbreviation FT identifies the publication as a firing table. n the same manner, a trajectory diagram would be identified as a TD, or a trajectory chart as a TjC. n order to avoid confus-ion with Training Circulars, Trajectory Charts should be requisitioned by their full name, such as "Trajectory Chart No. TC 3AA-K-3." b. The second symbol indicates the caliber of the weapon; for example, 75-mm, l05-mm, or 6-inch. For antiaircraft weapons, the letters AA are appended to the caliber (for example, 75AA). c. The third letter in the symbol (B) indicates the projectile and fuze combination. d. The fourth symbol is a number (inthe example above, the figure 1) which indicates the edition or revision. 16. MOBLZATON TRAJNNG PROGRAMS. Mobilization Training Programs follow the same system of numbering as Field Manuals and Technical Manuals. 17. TRANNG CRCULARS. Training Circulars are numbered consecutively for each calendar year. go; H-t

10 FLOW CHART OF DSTRBUTON OF W. D. PUBl.lCATONS PUB Lie AT ON S PRO C ESSE D 6 Y A C Didribution Requisitions Request lor printing Stock 'ev.' report, new publications Manuscript from ~ PUBLCATON DVSON To Distribution Branch A.G.O. ~ originating office ~, ~,:...:. ~ GOVERNMENT PRNTNG OFFCE l...~. COMMERCAL PRNTER l NOTE: THE ADJUTANT GENERAL makes distribution to agencies ot the WAR DEPARTMENT through the A G Pentagon Depot r-----~--... J AREA AR SERVCE COMMAND PUBLCATON DEPOTS PENTAGON REPRODUCTON PLANT PUB. DV. AGO J r AG DEPOTS t OVERSEA SUPPLY DVlSONS PORTS OF EMBARKATON FELD PRNTNG PLANTS J._ , POST PUBLCATON STOCK ROOMS (As defined in Cir. 264 WD 1944) - t! Headquarters. organizations, offices and activities as,prescribed by CG, AAF. Oversea distributing agencies designated by CG's. T. of Opns. in areas served by the port. Headquarters, organizations, offices and activities. FigUf'6 1. Flow Chart of Disbribution of WD Publicati01l ~. ---

11 SECTON V H DSTRBUTON 18. RESPONSBLTY. To insure that publications reach the hands of the persons who need them, The Adjutant General, who is responsible for the distribution of War Department publications, has set up an organization and system for distribution, the general pattern of which is shown in Figure PROCUREMENT. The Adjutant General procures sufficient cl!lpies of each publication so that a reasonable stock can be maintained and distributed as prescribed. 20. ACCESS TO PUBLCATONS. a. Personal files of publications will not be maintained unless an officer is assigned to duty of such character that official :files. are not readily available for reference (AR 81()""200) b. ndividuals have access to publications tgrough established files in th~ir units or in headquarters of higher units. 21. MANTENANCE OF FLES. Each commander of a company or equivalent unit, and each commander of a higher echelon, is required to maintain a file of pertinent publications. The unit commander is re-. sponsible for the maintenance of this file and its transfer in good order to his successor. An inspection should be made semi-annually to insure that files are properly maintained. 22. DSTRBUTON FORMULA. a. General. (1) Certain publications, usually those pertaining to training doctrine or technical information or data, are distributed according to the formula appearing in the publication. For explanation of this formula, see ~ubparagraphs g and h below. (2) Other categories of publications, usually of an administrative nature, such as Army Regulations, War Department Circulars, T/O's and E's and others not pertaining to training doctrine or technical information, are distributed according to a table formula which usually does not appear on the publi.cation (see AR 31()...200). b. Definition. The distribution formula consists of abbreviations and numbers which indicate the num.ber of copies of a publication distributed to the organizations listed. e. Location. The formula for each War Department publication, when it appears in the publication, is usually set forth immediately following the authentication. Some publications of remote date do not contain formulas. 10 d. Requirements. n the establishment of a formula, two types of requirements are considered: ndividuals or organizations requiring publications for operational or instructional purposes; and those individuals or organizations having command responsibilities, staff supervision, or training responsibilities for informational or reference purposes. e. Abbreviations. (1) Abbreviations used in the formula are as follows: A AAF AAFComds AAFWS ACofS AF AGF Area ASvC Arm &'SvBd A'S ASF ASF Dep ASTU Aux SurgH B Bn C Cargo PE CHQ C of S D Def Comd Dep Disp. Dist 0 DivEng Hq. of Armies Hq. Army Air Forces Hq. of Army Air Forces Commands Army Air Forces Weather Stations' Office of each Assistant Chief of Staff unless otherwise limited, i.e., A.C. of S.G.-l meaning only the office of the Assistant Chief of Staff, in control of Personnel, War Department General Staff, or A.C. of S. OPD, meaning only the office of the Ass~stant Chief of Staff in control of the Operations Division, War Department General Staff, etc. (see AR 10-15).. Hq. of numbered Air Forces Hq. Army Ground Forces Hq. of Area Air Service Commands, Each Arm and Service Board. Hq. of each Arsenal, Plant, Works and Anny installation engaged in manufacturing (see par. 22f) Hq. Army Service Forces Hq. of Army Forces Depots This does not mean all Depots under juris.. diction of Army Service Forcell; a dilltribution to such is indicated as follows: Dep under jurisdiction ASF. Hq. of Army Specialized Training Units Auxiliary Surgical Hospitals Hq. of Brigades Hq. of Battalions Hq. of Companies or similar units Hq. of Cargo Ports of Embarkatiort Hq. of Corps Office of the Chief of Staff. Hq. of Divisions. Hq. of Defense Commands, Sectors, and Subsectors Hq. of each Depot unless otherwise limited; i.e.; AGF Dep, meaning only Depots under jurisdiction of Army Ground Forces, etc. (See par. 22f) Medical Dispensaries unless otherwise limited, i.e., Gen Disp, meaning only General Dispensaries, etc. Each Dist Office (See par. 22f) Office of each Division Engineer (Class V installation) as distinguished from D (Eng) meaning the engineer officer serving on the staff of the commanding.general of a division, and SvC (Eng) meaning the engineer officer serving on the staff of the commanding general of a service command. tr "."

12 F. FDA Fin Off FPP G GH HD H&R nd Dis Lab M ConcC OG OSW OUSW PC&S Hq. of Separate Flights or Detachments (AAF only) 'Freight Distr~buting Agencies Finance Offices Field Printing Plants in. Continental United States Hq. of Groups (AAF only) Hq. 9f General Hospitals and Hospital Centers Hq. of Harbor Defenses Hq. of Holding and Reconsignment Points Hq. of Armed Force nduction Districts, and Armed nduction Stations Each laboratory unless otherwise limited, i.e., photo lab, meaning only photographic laboratories, or post photo lab, meaning only photographic laboratories located at posts, camps or stations (See par. 22f) Medical Concentration Centers Office of the nspector General Office of the Secretary of War Office of the Under Secretary of War Hq. of each post, camp and station, not designated by a more specific abbreviation, i.e., Ars, Dep, PG, etc. Hq. of Ports of Embarkation PE Pel's Reasgt C.Hq. of Personnel Reassignment.Centers PG Hq. of Proving Grounds (See par. 22f) Pro Dist Hq. of each Procurement District (See par. 22f) Proce Hq. of Processing Centers PWCp Hq. of Prisoner of War Camps and Prisoner of War Processing Stations QM Mark C Hq. of Quartermaster Market Centers R Hq. of Regiments or Groups of Army Ground Forces and Army Service Forces RC Hq. of Reception Centers Rctg Sta Armed Force Recruiting Stations Reclass C Hq. of Reclassification Centers. RegO Each Regional Office (See par. 22f) Rehab C Hq. of Reha?ilitation Centers RH Hq.of Regional Hospitals ROTC Each Reserve Officer's Training Corps Unit S Headquarters of Squadrons (AAF only) SBn Hq. of Separate Battalions Sch jiq. of each School,unless othel'wise limited, i.e., ASF Sch, meaning only schools under jurisd'iction of Army Service Forces, or Gen & Sp Sv Sch, meaning only General or Spe. cial Service Schools, etc. (See par. 22f) S Div ASF Director, of Staff Divisions, ASF Sep C Hq. of S'eparation Centers SH Station Hospitals SigAS Hq. of Signal Air Way Service installations servicing Army Airways Communication System StgA Hq. of Staging Areas SubPE Hq. of Sub Ports of Embarkation SvC Hq. of Service Commands TofOpns Hq. of Theatres, Commands, Departments and Bases overseas, directiy under the War Department TCRRS Hq. of Transportation Corps Railroad Repair Shops Tech Sv Office of each Chief of Technical Service Tech Sv C Hq. of Technical Service Centers TngC TZ USMA W Hq. of Training Centers, unless otherwise limited, i.e., AGF Tng C, meaning only Trainin~ Centers under jurisdiction of Army Ground Forces, or Unit Tng C, meaning only Unit Training Centers, etc. (See par. ~2f) Hq. of Transportation Zones Hq. of United States M~litary Academy Hq. of Wings (AAF only) (2) Headquarters not listed above are expresseli as follows: (a) Distribution to interested organizations only is indicated by the T/O or T/O & E numbers of the organizations. n instances where the T/O ort/o& E number governs, more than one type of organization, the name of the organization is so indicated. (b) Where no T/0 or T/0 & E number has been assigned, the name of the organization, olan abbre-o via,tion of the name as set forth in Army'Regula.. tions, may be used. Commonly used abbreviations, which are clear, also may be used.' ' f. Numbers. When not in parentheses, numbers indicate the arm or service (see par 13 a above). When in parentheses, numbers indicate the number of copies to be furnished. g. Combination of Abbreviations and Numbers. (1) When an abbreviation is not followed by any numbers except in parentheses, the publication is distributed to ~ll headquarters described by the abbreviation. For example: A (10) indicates that 10 copies of the publication will be distributed to each Army. (2) 'Vhen an abbreviation is followed by numbers, the publication is distributed only to the headquarters of organizations whose arms or services are identified by the numbers. Where a dash is us.ed between numbers, it indicates that all of the arms and services behveen and including the end numbers. are included in the distribution. For example: R 2, 5-9(2),17 (5) would indicate that two copies were to be distributed to the headquarters of each Cavary, Engineer, Field Artillery, nfantry, Medical, and Ordnance Regiment or Group, and that 5 copies were to be distributed to the Headquarters of each Armored Group. (3) When the publication is intended for a particular section or individual within a headquarters, the fact is stated 'parenthetically. For example:d (Surg) (3) means that the Division Surgeonrt;lceives 3 copies. (4) n addition to the distribution shown in the formula, there may be certain additional special distributions which are not considered necessary to list in the formula. Note that certain symbols which fq1'merly were incorpomtedin FM 21-6 have been ~1l

13 -eliminated. The symbol "" is no longer used in combination with abbreviations to indicate that a distribution is to interested organizations only. The symbols "H" and "L" are no longer used in combi :nation with abbreviations to indicate that distribution is. made to a specified organization and higher or lower headquarters. Such distribution is specifically set forth. h. Example of Hypothetical Distribution Formula. AAF(10); AGF(10); ASF(10); T of Opns(10) ; AAF Comds(2); Arm & Sv Bd(2); Def Comd(10); S Div ASF(2); Tech Sv(2); SvC(lO); Area ASvC(10); PC&S(1); Dep 5, 9(2) ; Gen & Sp Sv Sch(50); ASTU (1); ROTC(1); A(10); CHQ(10); D(2); B(2) ; R 2,5-'::9 (2), 17(5); AF(10); W(2). TjO & E: 2-25(3); f>-215 (3) ; 6-165(3); 7-25(3); 8-75(3); 9-65(3). The above formula is explained as follows: AAF (10) Ten copies to headquarters, Army Air Forces. AGF (10) Ten copies to headquarters, Army Ground Forces. ASF (10) Ten cop~es to headquarters, Army Service Forces. T of Opns (10) Ten copies to the headquarters of each Theater, Command, Department and Base overseas, directly under the War Department. AAF Comds (2) Two copies to the headquarters of Army Air Forces Commands. Arm & Sv Bd (2) Two copies to each Arm and Service Board. Def Comd (10) Ten copies to the headquarters of each Defense Command, Sector, and Sub-sector. S Div"ASF (2) T~o copies to the Director of each Staff Division, ASF. Tech Sv (2) Two copies to the office of each Chief of Technical Service. SvC (10) Ten copies to the headquarters of each Service Command in the continental US. Area ASvC (10) Ten copies to the headquarters of each Area Air Service Command. PC&S (1) One copy of the headquarters of each post, camp or station not designated by' a more specific abbreviation. For example: The apove formula indicates hy a specific abbrevation two copies to Ordnance depots, thus the headquarters of an Ordnance depot if it is also a post or station is to receive two copies by its specific abbreviation and no additional copies under the PC&S abbreviation. Dep 5, 9 (2) Two copies to the headquarters of each Engineer and Ordnance Depot. Gen & Sp Sv Sch (50) Fifty copies to each General or Special Service School. ASTU (1) One copy to the headquarters Of each Army Specialized Training Unit. ROTC (1) One copy to the official file of the professor of military science and tactics at educational institutions maintaining Reserye Officer's Training Corps or Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corps., A (10), Ten copies Army. CHQ (10) Ten copies Corps. to the headquarters of each to the headquarters of each D (2) Two copies to the headquarters of all Divisions including AAF Divisions. B (2) Two copies to the headquarters of each Brigade. R 2,5-9 (2), 17 (5) Two copies to the headquarters of each Cavalry, Engineer, Field Artillery, nfantry, Medical, and Ordnance Regiment or Group. Five copies to the headquarters of each Armored Force Group. AF (10) Ten copies to the headquarters of each numbered Air Force. W (2) Two copies to the headquarters of each AAF Wing. 12 )',~' h

14 2-25 (3)~. This is the same as writing T/0 & E 2-25 Cavalry, Reconnaissance Squadron, Mechanized (3) and indicates that it was not desirable tq distribute to all cavalry squadrons but only to the one listed above. No confusion will arise in reading a formula if it is noted that the T/0 & E number is not prefixed by an abbreviation; Le. D (2); or R 2, 5-9 (2); it is always set forth in a separate sentence commencing with the letters T/0 & E with the quantity indi cated by a number in parentheses. Each T/0 & E number and the quantity of the publication indicated in parentheses is separated by a semicolon from the next T/O & E number with its quantity (3) ndicates three copies to Armored Engineer Battalions with the T/0 & E number (3) ndicates three copies to Armored Field Artillery Battalions with the T/O & E number nstructions ~re issued by The Adjutant General to accomplish distribution not reflected in the above hypothetical forrt'mla; i.e., a bulk shipment of 700 copies direct from the printer to the Armored School, Fort Knox, Ky. 23. REQUSTONNG. a. n the' continental United States, Army.Ground Forces and Army Service Forces headquarters, offices, organizations and activities may, upon showing the need therefor, ob. tain any printed publication in reasonable quanti ties by requisitioning, the post commander as pre scribed in Circular 264, War Department, Army Air Forces headquarters, offices, organizations, and activities will submit requisitions as prescribed by the Commanding General, Army Air Forces. b. Headquarters, officers, organizations, and activities outside the continental Ulllted States will requisition publications in accordance with the procedure prescribed by the commanders of the theater, command, department, or base. Commanders of theaters, commands, departments, and bases overseas will submit requisitions for publications to the co~manding general of the port of embarkation serving that area. " j, SECTON V CHANGES, RESCSSONS, CANCELATONS, AND,SUPERSESSONS 24. CHANGES. a. Each agency charged with the preparation of a publication will keep a folder of suggested changes. Serious errors will be reported at once. b. A publication is amended or added to by the publication of a change only when it is considered inadvisable to revise and reprint the entire publication. Minor changes not affecting doctrine will be allowed to accumulate and will be published in a revision of the publication. e. When changes to one publication may affect other War Department publications to the extent of requiring modifications of them, changes to all publications affected will be prepared and submitted at the same time. d. Drafts of matter SUbmitted for publication as changes will contain both the existing and the proposed new matter. The matter to be omitted will be shown with a line drawn through it and the proposed new matter underscored. e. Changes will be numbered in a single series for each edition of each publication. f. Changes to bound publications will be printed on both sides of the 'page and will not be cut apart. The entire change will be retained complete and placed in the back of the publication affected. 18 g. Changes to Technical Bulletins will be issued provided the Technicar Bulletin to be changed exceeds two pages or the matel"ial to be changed does not exceed 25 percent of the text of the original. Changes will carry the number of the original bulletin as well as the number of the change. When a change does not meet these requirements, a new bulletin incorporating both the old and the new will be issued with a new number. 25. RESCSSONS, CANCELATONS, AND SU. PERSESSONS. a. Normal Procedure. (1) Rescissions, cancellations, and supersessions of War De partment training publications are listed in this manual. For reasons of expediency, notice of rescissions and supersessions of FM's and TM's are first published in War Department Circulars. ' (2) Training publications of the Technical Services which have been superseded by War Depart. ment publications are also listed in this manual. b. Emergency Procedure. When it is"necessary to effect an emergency cancellation of a War Department publication (other than a FM or a TM) a publication of the same number as the one to be cancelled is issued with CANCELATON printed beneath the number. The cancellation is given the same distribution as the original publication and is listed iq. the next edition of this manual.

15 1 SECTON V LSTS OF TRANNG PUBLCATONS AS OF 20 JANUARY 1945 Publications added since last issue are indicated by an asterisk (*). 26. COMBNED COMMUNCATON BOARD PUB LCATONS. (For description see par. 4) DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES FM Jan. 43. Combined Radiotelegraph (WT) Procedure. (Short Title CCBP-01) Jan. 43. Combined Operating Signals. (Short Title CCBP-2) Dec. 42. Combined Radiotelephone (R/T) Procedure. (Short Title CCBP-3) Mar. 43. Combined Teletypewriter (Teleprinter) Procedure. (Short Title CCBP-4) May 43; Combined Visual Signaling (VS) Procedure. (Short Title CCBP-5) May 43. Combined Visual Signaling (VS) Procedure. Abridged Version for Radiotelephone (WT) Operation. (Short Title CCBP-6). CCBP-7 1 Jan. 44. Combined Coinmunication-nstructions. CCBP-8 Aug. 43. Combined Panel System. 27. FELD MANUALS. (For description see par. 5) AR FM Nov. 40. Tactics and Technique of Air Attack Apr. 42. Tactics and Technique of Air Fighting Apr. 42. Tactics and Technique of Air Reconnaissance and Observation Jun. 48. Air Defense Jan. 44. Defense of Airdromes. C Aug. 40. Air Navigation Dec. 42. Aerial Photography Sep. 40. ntelligence Procedure in Aviation Units Dec. 42. Signal Communication May 43. Fighter Radiotelephone Procedures and Code May 42. Weather Apr. 42. Reference Data. Administration Apr. 41. Reviews and nspections Jun. 42. Combat Orders Sep. 42. Service Center. CAVALRY Mar. 44. Cavalry Drill Regulations, Hdrse Dec. 43. Crew Drill, Light Armored Car M8. 2-'1 15 Mar. 44. Cavalry Drill Regulations, Mechanized Apr. 41. Employment of Cavalry. C 1, Feb. 44. Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop, Mechanized Aug. 44. Cavalry Reconnaisance Squadron, Mechanized. CHEMCAL WARFARE July 42. Tactics of Chemical Warfare. C 1, June 40. Examination for Gunners. C Feb. 41. Supply and Field Service. C 1, 2, 9, Aug. 44. Chemical Laboratory Company. 14 DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES FM Mar. 44. Chemical Processing Company (Theater of Operations) Mar. 44. Large Area Smoke Screening. C 1. * Dec. 44. Chemical Depot Company Sep. 44. Chemical Decontamination Company. OOAST ARTLLERY Jun. 44. Tactics May 42. Seacoast Artillery: Tactics and Tech nique of Controlled Submarine Mines. C 1, 2, May 44. Gunnery Nov. 43. Seacoast Artillery: Fire Control and Position Finding. C May 44. Examination for Gunners Mar. 44. Firing Preparations, Safety Precautions, Care and Service of Materiel. C Aug. 43. Service of the Piece-1S5-mm Gun M Feb. 44. Coast Artillery, Service of the Piece 155-mm Gun (G.P.F.) Dec. 43. Service of the Piece-Service of Gun Data Computer M Feb. 44. Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Base End Data and Gun Data Transmission Systems Jun. 40. Service of the Piece - 14-nch Gun.M1920M on Railway Mount M1920. C 1, May 40. Service of the Piece-12-nch Mortar, Railway Artillery. C 1, Jul. 43. Service of the Piece-8-nch Gun, Mk, V, Modification 3A2 on Barbette Carriage M Aug. 42. Service of the Piece-8-nch Gun, Mk, V, Modification 3A2, on Railway Mount M1A1. C May 40. Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece -8-nch Gun, Railway Artillery. C May 43. Seacoast Artillery: Operation and care of Railway Artillery Equipment May 40. Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece -12-nch Gun (Barbette Carriage). * Dec. 44. Service of the Piece 12-inch Gun Casemated May 40. Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece -6-nch Gun (Disappearing Carriage). C Aug. 44. Service of the Piece - 6-nch Gun M1903A2 or M1905A2 on BC M1 and M2 6-nch Gun M1 on BC M3 and M Apr. 40. Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece -6-nch Gun Barbette Carriage. C May 40. Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece -12-nch and 14-nch Guns (Disappearing Carriage). C Jun. 40. Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece -16-nch Gun and Howitzer. C 1, 2, Aug. 44. Service of the Piece-16-nch Gun, Casemated May 40. Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece 3-nch Rapid-Fire Gun (Barbette Carriage).

16 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES COAST ARTLLERY-Continued FM Sep. 44. Coast Artillery-Service of the Piece- 90-mm Gun M1 on 90-mm Mount M Sept. 43. Seacoast Artillery. Service of Radio Set SCR-296-A. e Nov. 43. Seacoast Artillery: Service of Radio Set SCR-582. e Sep. 44. Service of the Radio Set SCR-682-A. 28 June 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Organization and' Tactics June 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Employment of Antiaircraft Guns. ' June 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Employment of Antiaircraft Searchlights and the AAAS. e Sep. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Gunnery. e 1. 4: Dec. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Examination for Gunners Nov. 43. Formations and nstructions. e Dec. 43. Fire Control Guns. e Jan. 42. Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of the Piece-3-nch Antiaircraft Gun. e 1,2,3,4, Oct. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of the Piece-90-mm AA Gun M2, on M1A1 Mount. e 1, Oct. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of the Piece-90-mm AA Gun M2, on Mount M2. e 1, Sep. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: S,ervice of'the Piece-4.7-nch AA Gun. e 1, June 40. Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of the Piece-105-mm Antiaircraft Gun Oct. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of Directors M4 and M7. e Oct. 43. Servic'e of Height Finders M1 and M2. e 1. ' June 43. Service of Height Finder SCR-547. e 1, Nov. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of Radio Set SCR-584. e 1, Nov. 43. Antia1rcraft Artillery: Service of Radio Set SCR-545. e 1, June 43. Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control, Automatic Weapon Oct. 43. Service of the Piece-Caliber.50 AA Machine Gun. e,l, Oct. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of the Piece-Multiple Machine Gun Mounts. e Nov. 43. Service of the Piece-40-mm Fire Unit. e Dec. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of the Searchlight. e Dec. 43. Service of Radio Set SCR-268. e 1, June 43. Employment of Barrage Balloons. e 1, Nov. 43. Barrage Balloon Technique. e July 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Balloon Barrage Control Apr. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Barrage Balloon Site nstallations. e Mar. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Barrage Balloon, Service of the Balloon and Balloon Equipment, Low Altitude. e Feb. 44. Service of the Balloon and Balloon Equipment, Very Low Altitude Sep. 43. Barrage Balloon, Service of Cable Armament, Low Altitude. e 1. FM Dec. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery: Barrage Balloon, Service of Cable Armament, Very Low Altitude. ' Aug. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery; Barrage Balloon, Gas Generation, Use, Purification, and Service of Hydrogen Generator June 43. Barrage Balloon, Rigging and Fabric Repair. e Oct. 43. Barrage Balloon, Reference Data. C 1, S, ENGNEER Oct. 43. Engineer Troops. e 1, 2, 3, Apr. 43. Operations of Engineer Units. e 1, 2, 3, Jan. 44. Construction and Routes of Communication Feb. 44. Field Fortifications Feb. 44. Camouflage, Basic Principles. 5-20A 9 Feb. 44. Camouflage of ndividuals and nfantry Weapons. 5-20B Apr. 44. Camouflage of Vehicles. 5-20C May 44. Camouflage of Bivouacs, Command Posts, Supply Points, and Medical nstallations. 5-20D 9 Feb. 44. Camouflage of Field Artillery. 5-20E June 44. Camouflage of Aircraft On The Ground and Airdromes F May 44. Camouflage of Antiaircraft Artillery. 5-20H July 44. Camouflage Materials and Manufacturing Techniques Feb. 44. Explosives and Demolitions. e June 43. Obstacle Technique. e Nov. 43. Land Mines and Booby Traps. e 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Mar. 44. Reference Data. 15 FELD ARTLLERY Oct. 39. Organization and Drill Feb. 44. Tactical Employment Feb. 42. Firing. e 1, 2, Oct. 39. Service of the Piece-75-mm Gun, M1897 and M1897-A4, Horse-drawn and Truck-drawn. e 1, Oct. 39. Service of the Piece-75-mm Gun, M2, Horse-drawn and Truck-drawn. e 1, J May 42. Serviceof the Piece-75-mm Gun, M2A3, Truck-drawn' and Horse-drawn. e Oct. 39. Service of the Piece-75-mm Gun, M1916 and M1916-A1, Horse-drawn and Truck-drawn, e 1, Oct. 39. Service of the Piece-75-mm Gun, M 1917A1, Truck-drawn.e 1, 2, Oct. 39. Service of the. Piece-75-mm Howitzer Horse- and Truck-drawn. e!-, 2, 3, july 44. Service of the Piece, 105-mm Howitzer, Motor Carriage M-7. e Dec. 41. Service of the Piece-105-mm Howitzer, M2, Truck-drawn. e 1, 2, 3,4, Jan. 44. Service of the Piece-4.5-nch Gun M. e Oct. 39. Service of the Piece-155-mm Howitzer, M1918A1, Truck-drawn. e 1, 2, 8.

17 DATE. TT,E AND CHANGES DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES. i FELD ARTLlERY-Continued FM Dee. 43. Service of the Piece-155-mm Howitzer Ml. C Oct. 39. Service of the Piece-155-mm Gun, M1918. C 1, 2, Feb. 44. Service ouhe Piece-55-mm Gun, Selfpropelled, M Jan. 42. Service of the Piece-155-rom Gun, Ml. C 1,2,3, ],5 May nch Howitzer, Ml. C 1, '2 Jiln. 40. Service of the Piece-240-mm Howitzer, M1918. C 1, May 44. Tactics and Technique of Division Artillery and Higher Artillery Echelons June 44. Tactics and Technique, Battalion and Battery, Motorized Aug. 44 Armored Division, Artillery March 40. Pack Artillery. C 1, 2, 3, 4, June 39. The Observation Battalion. C ' 16 June 42. Examination of Gunners. C Aug. 44. Forward Observation Aug. 44. Organic Field Artillery Air Observation. NFANTRY March 44. Rifle Company, nfantry'regiment May 42. Heavy Weapons Company, Rlfle Regiment. C 1, 2, Oct. 44. nfantry Battalion. *7-24 Dec. 44. Communication in the nfantry Division Oct. 42. Headquarters Company, ntelligence and Signal Communication, Rifle Regiment. C June 44. Supply. and Evacuation, The nfantry Regiment: Service Company and Medical Detachment March 44.' Antitank Company, nfantry Regiment and Antitank Platoon, nfantry Battalion. C March 4'1. Cannon Company, nfantry Regiment Feb. 42. Rifle Regiment. C 1, 2. MEDCAL Jan. 42. Mobile Units of the Medical Department. C 1, March 42. Medical Service of Field Units March 40. Medical Service in Joint Oversea Operations. ' Feb. 41. Transportation of the Sick and Wounded. C 1,2, Aug. 40. Field Sanitation. C 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, Oct. 40. Records of Morbidity and Mortality (Sick and Wounded). C 1, 2. ~ Jan. 44. Bandaging and Splinting. C March 41. Reference Data. ORDNANCE July 42. Ordnance Service in the Field. C 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, June 44. Ammunition Supply Apr. 42. Ordnance Field Maintenance. C 1, 2, 9,4, 5, July 42. Ordnance Ammunition Company, Ordnance Ammunition Battalion. C Sep. 42. Ordnance Company, Depot. C Oct. 43. Unexploded Bombs, Organization and Operation for Disposal. C QUARTERMASTER FM Apr. 43. Quartermaster Operations Mal'. 42. Quartermastu Service in Theater of Op erations: C 1. SGNAL 11-5 Hi Apr. 40. Mission, Functions and Signal Commu nication in General. C July 40. Organizations and Operations in the Cavalry Division and Cavalry Corps Nov. 40. Organizations and Operations in the Corps, Army, Theater of Operations, and GHQ. C Aug. 42. Aircraft Warning Service. C 1., \ Sep. 42. Signa Corps ntelligence Sep. 44. Signal Pigeon Company. ADJUTANT GENERAL May 43. The Army Postal Service. C 1, 2, 8, 4. ARMORED 17-.'; 18Jan.4.'J. Armored Force Drill. C 1, 2, July 44. Tank Gumlery May 42. Combat Practice Firing, Armored Force Units Sep. 44. Assault Gun, Section and Platoon July 42. 8l-mm Mortar.Squadron and Platoon 'Oct. 42. Tank Platoon. C Aug. 42. Tank Company, Light and Medium Sep. 42. Armored Battalion, Light and Medium. 17-:j6 13 Mar. 44. Armored Employment of Tanks with nfantry. Sl'[i. No.1.,f *17-40 Nov. 44. Armored nfantry Company. t Nov. 44. Armored nfantry Battalion June 44. The Armored Engineer Battalion Nov. 42. Logistics Sep. 42. Trains and Trains Headquarters Com pany, Armored Division Oct. 42. ArmOl'ed Maintenance Battalion, Tactical Employment Oct. 42. Decontamination of Armored Force Ve hicles. C Aug. 44. Crew DrjlJ and Service of the Piece, Me dium Tank M May 44. Crew Drill, Light Tank M5 Series. C Nov. 43. Crew Drill, Service of the Piece, and Gunnery (75-mm Assault Howitzer on Motor Carriage M8). C June 44. Signal Communications for Armored Units Crew Drill for Half-Track Vehicles. C 1. *17-74 Dec. 44. Crew Drill and Service of the Piece Heavy Tank T2GEl Aug. 44. Crew Drill, Light Tank M Sep. 44. Crew Drill and Service of the Piece, Me dium Tank, M4 Series (105-mm Howitzer) Aug. 44. Armored Medical Units Jan. 44. The Armored Division. TA~K DESTROYER July 44. Tactical Employment, Tank, Destroyer Unit Dec. 43. Tank Destroyer Drill and Crew Drill, 3-nch Gun Motor Carriage MO, 76-mm Gun Motor Carriage 1'70, 3-nch Towed Gun (Gun M5 and Car riage M). J.,...,

18 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES TANK DESTROYER-Continued FM Oct. 44. Crew Drill, 76-mm Gun Motor Carriage M Aug. 44. Tank Destroyer Crew Drill, 3-inch Towed Gun M5 on Carriagt;! M6. *18-18 Dec. 44. Crew Drill, Gun Motor Carriage, M May 44. Tactical Employment of Tank Destroyer Platoon Self-propelled Apr. 44. Towed Gun Platoon. *18-22 Nov. 44. Tank Destroyer Reconnaissance Platoon Nov. 44. Tank Destroyer Pioneer Platoon. MLTARY POLCE June 44. Military Police. *19-10 Jan. 45. Military Police in Towns and Cities. NDVDUAL SOLDER July 41. Military Training Jan. 45. List of Publications for Training Jan. 44. List of Training Films, Film Strips, and Film Bulletins. C 1, 2, S, 4, 5, 6, Feb. 44. Military Training Aids. C 1, 2, Jul~ 40. Military Sanitation and First Aid. C 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Apr. 43. First Aid for Soldiers Oct. 40. Equipment, Clothing and Tent Pitching. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Mar. 41. Physical Training Apr. 44. Watel'manship. 2t Aug. 44. Elementary Map and Aerial Photograph Reading Sep. 41. Advanced Map and Aerial Photograph Reading. C Oct. 43. Conventional Signs, Military Symbols, and Abbreviations. C June 39. Sketching. C 1, Sep. 42. Defense Against Chemical Attack. C 1, 2, 8, June 42. Military Courtesy and Discipline. C 1, 2, Feb. 44. Scouting, Patrolling, and Sniping. C 1, May 44. Recognition Training June 43. Engineer Soldier's Handbook June 42. Unarmed Defense for the American Soldier. NFANTRY DRLL REGULATONS Aug. 41. nfantry Drill Regulations. C 1, 2, 3, 4. BASC WEAPONS July 43. U. S. Rifle, Caliber.30, M1. C 1, Oct. 43. U. S. Rifle, Caliber.30, M :7 23 Apr. 44. U. S. Carbine, Caliber.30 Ml and MA1. C ' Sep. 43. U. S. Rifle, Caliber.30 M June 43. Browning Automatic Rifle, Caliber.30, M1918A2. C 1, Sep. 43. Bayonet Feb. 44. Hand and Rifle Grenades, Rocket, AT, HE, 2.36-nch. C Apr. 40. Automatic Pistol, Caliber.45, M1911, and M911A1. C 1, FM Oct. 41. Revolver, Colt, Caliber.45, M1917, and Revolver, Smith and Wesson, Caliber.45, M1917. C 1, Dec. 41. Thompson Submachine Gun. Caliber.45, M1928A1. C 1, 2, 8, Oct. 43. Submachine Gun, Caliber.45, M3. C 1, Apr. 43. Browning Machine Gun, Caliber.30, HB, M1919A4. Ground. C 1, Aug. 42. Browning Machine Gun, Caliber.30, HB, M1919A4 (Mounted in Combat Vehicles). C 1, 2,9, June 40. Browning Machine Gun, Caliber.30, M1917. C 1, 2, 3, Sep. 40. Browning Machine Gun, Caliber.5'1. HB, M2, Ground. C 1, 2, 3. *23-G5 Nov 44. Browning Machine Gun, Caliber.50, HB, M Nov mm Gun, Anti-tank, M3 C 1, 2, June mm Gun M Nov. 42. GO-mm Mortar M2. C 1, 2, Apr. 43. BFM, 81-mm Mortar M Aug mm Mortar Mounted in Half-Track Carrier May mm, Howitzer, M3. C 1, fe. COMMUNCATOX PROCEDURES Oct. 42. Signal Communication. C 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Apr. 43. Radio Operators M'hnual, Army Ground Forces. C Mar. 43. Combined Teletypewriter (T.eleprinter) Procedure. C Dec. 42. Combined United States-British Radio Telephone (R/T) Procedure. C Jan. 43. Combined Radiotelegraph (WT) Procedure. C 1, Sep. 44. Army Extract of Combined Operating Signals Feb. 44. Air Extract Combined Operating Signals (CCBP 2-2). C 1, Sep. 44. TeletypeWriter Switching and Relay Procedures Jan. 44. Radio Communication ~ Oct. 44. Field Wire Systems. ' May 43. Combined Visual Signaling (VS Procedure) May 43. Combined Visual Signaling (VS) Procedure - Abridged Version for Radiotelegraph (WT) Operators. Errata Sheet June 4S 1 Combined Amphibious Communication nstructions (CCBP-1) Oct. 43. Telephone Switchboard Operating Procedure. TRANSPORTATOX (MOTOR AND ANMAL) June 39. Animal Transport. C 1; fe Aug. 44. Dog Transportation Aug. 44. Pack Transportation Mar. 42. Motor Transport. C 1, t 8. 1This Field Manual is distributed only to interested headquarters and to individuals whose duties require that they have it. This Fi,ld Manual must be safe~uarded in accordance with provisions of AR

19 ~u : i DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES NTEROR GUARD DUTY FM Jan. 40; nterior Guard Duty. C 1, 2, 3. MLTARY LAW >0: 27:":5 22 Dec. 43. United' States Army and Navy Manual of Military Government and Civil Affairs Oct. 40. Rules of Land Warfare. C Feb. 41. Military Law, Domestic Disturbances. C 1, 2. WELFARE, RECREATON AND MORAl.;E Mar. 41. The Band. C Jan. 44. Special Service Company. MLTARY NTELLGENCE April 40. Military ntelligence-combat ntelligence. C 1, 2, 3, Nov. 40. Military ntelligence-observation Dec. 43. Military ntelligence - Examination of Enemy Personnel, Repatriates, Documents, and Materiel. C May 40. Military ntelligence-military Maps. C Nov. 40. Military ntelligence-role qf Aerial Photography. C 1, J uly42. Military ntelligence-foreign, Conventional Signs and Symbols Feb. 40. Military ntelligence-counterintelligence. C 1, Jan. 42. Military ntelligence-regulations for Correspondents Accompanying U. S. Army Forces in the Field. C 1, Aug. 44. Regulations for Civilian Operations, Analysts, Scientific Consultants and Technical Observers Accompanying U. S. Army Forces in the Field Sept. 44. Military ntelligence, Military Censorship April 43. Recognition, Pictorial Manual, Aircraft. Sup. No Nov. 43. Recognition Pictorial Manual, Armored Vehicles. C 1, 2, Sept. 43. Military ntelligence-recognition Pictorial Manual, Naval Vessels June ~ll. C1, Sup July Mar May 42. Troops April ~40 25 May 43. SPECAL OPERATONS Landing Operations on Hostile Shores. Coast Defense. Desert Operations. C 1, 2, S. Tactics and Technique of Airborne Aviation in Support of Ground Forces. Supply of Ground Units by Air Jan. 44. Attack on a Fortified Position and Combat in Towns. WOMEN'S ARMY CORPS July 43. Physical Training (\\rac). ANTARCRAFT ARTLLERY.44-2 Dec. 44. Employment of Antiaircraft Artillery, Automatic Weapons.. lthis Field Manual is distributed only to interested headquarters and to individuals whose duties require that they have it. This Field Manual must be safeguarded in accordance with provisions of AR FM Aug. 44. Antiaircraft Operations Room andanti aircraft Artillery ntelligence Service.' 16 Oct. 44. Service of Antiaircraft Directors M4 and M7. Nov. 44. Service of Antiaircraft Directors' M9, M9A1, M9A2, and M Sep. 44. Fire Control, Antiaircraft Artillery Au tomatic Weapons. 20 June 44. Antiaircraft Artillery Service of the Piece, 37-mm Fire Unit. 16 Sept. 44. Service of the Piece-Multiple Gun' M0 tor CalTiage M15 and M15A1. Nov. 44. Service of the Piece, Air Transportable 40 mm Fire Unit. TRANSPORTATON (WATER AND RAL) 27 Mal'. 44. Military Railroads and the Military Service. 4 Feb. 44. Railway Operating Battalion. 25 Jan. 44. Railway Shop Battalion. 31Jan. 44. Small Boats and Harbor Craft. 11 Oct. 4:t Amphibian Truck Company. C 1. :\WrNTAN AND WNTER Nov. 44. Operations n Snow and Extreme Cold. Jl'NGLE 27 Oct. 44. Jungle Warfare. FELD SERVCE REGGLATONS 15 June 44. Operations. 15 No\'. 43. Administration. C1, 2, June 42. Larger Units. C July 43. Command and Employment of Air Power. STAFF OFFCERS' 19 Aug. 40. Staff and Combat Orders. C 1, fl,.f, 4, 5, tl',. 7. \'" 9, lu o.ct. 44. Organization, Technical and Logistical Data. E Oct. 42. Enemy Forces: Organization, Technical, and Logistical Data. C 1, Jan. 43, Traffic Circulation and Control.. C 1. CHPRE March 44. Umpire Manual May 42. A,'iation Umpire Manual. 28. FRNG TABLES AND CHARTS (TjC) (For description see par. 6) N'MER J \'1'1-:. \\'E.\ po~ A~D PF.tTA~XG.\C,U ll'\ l'ron, A,'\D CHA~GES AFTO:\ATC GFNS-GROl'ND FRE AND ANTARCRAFT FT 0.30-A-4 15 Sept. 40~. GUN, machine, Browning, cal..30 M1917A1. C 1. CARTRDGE, ball, cal..30, M J-1 28 Dec. 43. GUN, machine, Browning, cal..30, Ml917A, M1919A4 (heavy barrel), M1919A5 and M1919A6. CARTRDGE, armor-piercing, cal..30, M2. 2\\The-n present stock is exhausted, will not be reprinted. '--,

20 NVBER DATE. WEAPON AND PERTANNG AMMVNTON. AND CHANGES DATE, WEAPON AND PERTANNG. NVMtlER AMVNTON. AND CHANGES FT' 75-E-3 15 April 40. Gun, subcaliber, 75-mm, M1897, M1916 and M1917 for GUN, 12-inch, M1895, GUN, 14-inch, M1910M1 and M1920M, and GUN, 16-inch, M1919M and M1919M. SHELL, fixed. H. E., Mk.. SHELL, fixed, practice, sandloaded, Mk. 75-AF-1 20 April 42. SHELL, fixed, practice, sandloaded" M48 (normal charge).. SMALL AND SUBCALBER WEAPO~S 37-M-4 21 April 44. GUN, 37-mm, M3 and M3A1 (anti (abridged) tank). CARRAGE, gun, 37-mm, M4 and M4A1. SHOT, fixed, A. P. C., M51. w/tracer. [Supersedes FT 37-M Jan. 40.] 37-S-3 22 March 44. GUN, 37-mm, M6 (tank). SHOT, fixed, A. P. C., M5fBl and M52B2. w/tracer. SHOT, fixed A. P. M74. w/tracer. SHELL, fixed, H. E., M63 w/fuze, B. D., M58. [Applicable when mounted in Light tank, T9E1, M3Al, M3A3-M5Al or M5 and Light Armored Car M8.] Nov. 39. GUN, 37-mm, M1916, M1916A1 on (abridged) subcaliber mounts. SHELL, fixed, practice, Mk. AL w/fuze, base, practice, M38. (Applicable to all subcaliber mounts using M1916 and M1916A1.37-mm guns.] 37-BA-2 4 May 44. SHELL, fixed, practice, M63 (mod. 1) (abridged) (1.58 lb.) w/fuze, base, practice, M58. (Supersedes FT 37-BA-1, 3 March 44.] 37-BJ-1 3 March 44. SHELL, fixed, practice, M92 (l.21 lb.) w/fuze, P. D. M e-2 12 Aug. 41. TUBE, subcaliber, 1 pounder, for GUNS, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14-inch. SHELL, fixed, practice, M A-3 14 Jan. 44. GUN. 57-mm, M1 (antitank). (abridged) CARRAGE, 57-mm. M1 and mods. CARTRDGE, APCT, M86. w/fuze, B. D., M72. CARTRD&E, AP:-T, M D-1 9 May 44. GUN, 57-mm, Mk.. (British). (abridged) CARRAGE, gun, 57-mm, M1A2. CARTRDGE, APT, M70. CARTRDGE, TPT, M76. CARTRDGE, APC-T, M C-l 19 Sept. 44. GUN, 57-mm, Ml. (abridged) CARRAGE, gun, 57-mm, 1\12. CARTRDGE, APC-T, M86. CARTRDGE, HE-T, T18Et. 75-D-l. 26 Sept TUBE, subcaliber, 75-mm or 2.95-inch. SHOT, fixed, solid, subcaliber, 2.95-inch. LGHT MORTARS 60-A-4 22 Feb. 44. MORTAR, 60-mm, M2. SHELL, H. E., M49A2. w/fuze, P. D., M52. w/fuze, P. D., M52B2 (semi-plastic). SHELL, practice, M50A2. w/fuze, P. D., M A-3 28 Dec. 42. SHELL, H. E., M49A2. (abridged) w/fuze, P. D., M52. w/fuze, P. D., M52B2 (semi-plastic), C 1. SMELL, practice, M50A2. w/fuze, P. D., M C-2 10 Jan. 44. SHELL, training, M69. (abridged) D-1 3 Jan. 43. SHELL, H. E., M49A2. w/fuze, P. D., M52B1 (plastic). 60-D-3 SHELL, H. E., M49A2. (abridged) w/p'uze, P. D., M52Bl (plastic). CARTRDGE, ignition, M5Al. 60-F-1 30 Aug. 44. SHELL, smoke, WP, T6. (abridged) w/fuze, P. D., M52B1E4. CARTRDGE, ignition, M5A1. 60-G-1 18 Mar. 44. SHELL, illuminating, M83Al. w/fuze, time (fixed) M65. CARTRDGE, ignition, M5Al. 81-B-3 10 Sept. 43. MORTAR, 81-mm, M1, and MORTAR, trench, 3-inch, Mk. (also Mk. A1 and Mk. A2 which have been converted). SHELL, practice, M43 and M43A1. w/fuze, P. D. M45. SHELL, H. E., M43;\1. w/fuze, P. D. 1\152, M52Bf and M52B2. SHELL, practice, M43A1 and M44. w/fuza. P. D., M52, M52B1 and M52B2. 81-B-3 1 Nov. 40. SHELL, H. E., M43. (abridged) w/fuze, P. D., M45. SHELL, H. E., M43Al. w/fuze, P. D., M52, M52Bl and M52B2. SHELL, practice, M43Al and M44. w/fuze, P. D., M52, M52Bl and M52B2. 81-C-2 3 Nov. 42. SHELL, H. E., M56. w/fuze, P. D., M53. SHELL, smoke, phosphorus, WP, M57. SHELL, smoke, FS. M57. w/fuze, P. D., M52, M52B1 and M52B2. 81-C-2 3 Nov. 42. MORTAR, 81-mm, M1.and MORTAR, (abridged) trench, 3-inch, Mk. (also Mk. Alalld Mk. A. which have been converted). SHELL, H. E., M56. w/fuze, P. D., M53. SHELL, smoke, phosphorus, WP, M57. w/fuze, P. D., M52, M52Bl and M52B2. 81-F-2 10 Jan. 44. SHELL, training, M68. (abridged) [Supersedes FT 81-F-l.]. lwhen preaent.tock s exhausted, will not be reprinted.

21 :- ""-f"~--- n ~. ' -.11 i[ :DATE, WEAPON AND 'pertanng : NtrMBlB AMMUNTON, AND CHANGES, ii Will not lie repridted when present stock is exhausted. DATl, WEAPON AND PERTANNG AMMUNTON, AND CHANGES LGHT MORTARS-Continued TD [:i FT 75-Z-2b 1 w/fuze, 25-sec. comb. time and S.Q., M54 (nor 81-H-l 15 Oct. 43. MORTAR, 81-mm M1, with extension mal charge).,(abridged) tube T1. [Supplemental to FT 75-Z-2.] SHELL, H. E., M Z-2c 1 w/fuze, e5-sec. comb. time and S. Q., M54 (super w/fuze, P. D., M53. charge). SHELL, H. E., M43A1. FT [Supplemental to FT 75-Z-2.] w/fuze, P. D., M July 44. SHELL, H. E., M E-3 15 April 40. GUN, 57-mm, M1916 and M1917 (Brit.(abridged) w/fuze, P. D., M77 (time and super-quick. ish).. ' SHELL, smoke, WP, M57. CARRAGE, gun, 75-mm, M1916 and M1917 (British). w/fuze, P. D., M77 (time and super-quick). SHRAPNEL, fixed, Mk., 81-Q-2 1 June 44. MORTAR, 81-min,T27 on Mount, T21. w/fuze, 21-sec. comb. M1907M..(aQridged) SHELL, H. E., M56. SHELL, fixed, H. E., w/fuze, P. D., M53. w/fuze, P. Mk., D., M46 and M47. SlELL, chemical, WP, M57. SHELL, fixed, chemical, Mk., w/fuze, P. D., M52. [Supersedes FT 81-Q-1.] w/fuze, P. D., M AF-1 20 April 42. GUN, 75-mm, M1916, M1917 and M2 FELD ARTLLERY CARRAGE, gun, 75-mm, Ml916 and M R-2 12 June 43. GUN, 3-inch, M5 (anti-tank) and M7 MOUNT, gun, 75-mm, M1' for GUN, 75-mm, M2 (tank). C 3,4. (tank). CARRAGE, motor, M10. SHELL, fixed, H. E., M48. CARRAGE, gun, Ml. w/fuze, P. D., M48 and mods. CARRAGE, howitzer, 105-mm, M2 and mods. w/fuze, 25-sec. comb. time ands. Q., M54. GUN, 3-inch, AA, M3, MOUNT, gun, 3-inch, AA, M2A2. 75-AD-6 18 Sep. 44. GUN, 75-mm, M3 and M6 (T3El) SHELL, fixed, H. E., M42Al. Tank.* w/fuze, P. D., M48 and M48A1. SHELL, H. E., M48. PROJECTLE, fixed, A. P. C., M62. w/fuze, P. D., M48and mods. w/tracer. SHELL, smoke, WP, M64. SHOT, fixed, A. P., M79. w/fuze, P. D., M57. vi/tracer., SHELL, H. E., M48 (super) 8.45-A-1 29 May 42. GUN, Q. F., 3,45-inch (British) 25 w/fuze, C. P., T05 (nose). pounder Mk. C t. PROJECTLE, A. P. C., M61 and M61Al. SHELL, H. E., Mk. D (streamline). w/fuze, B. D., M66A1. w/fuze, S. Q. No SHOT, A. P., M72. w/fuze, S. Q. and percussion, No. 119, Mk.. SHELL, fixed, smoke, B.!., M89. w/fuze, time, mech. No July 44. HOWTZER, 75-mm, M1 and MA. C 8. w/fuze, time (powder train) and S. Q. No~ 221. CARRAGE, field, M, M3 and moda.! SHELL, chemical, Mk. D (streamline). HOWTZER, 75-mm, M2 and M3. w/fuze, time (powder train) and S. Q. No MOTOR CARRAGE, M A-l.7 April 43. GUN, 4.5-inch, Ml. SHELL, semi-fixed, H. E., M48. SHELL, H. E., M65. w/fuze, P. D., M48 and mods. w/f'qze, time, mechanical, M67 and M67A1. w/fuze, 25-sec. comb. time and S. Q., M54. w/fuze, P. D., M51. C 8. SHELL, semi-fixed, H. E., M41Al. 'l Dec. 39. GUN, 75-mm, M1897 and mods. w/fuze, P. D., M48 and Mods. CARRAGE, gun, 75-mm and mods. w/fuze, 25-sec. comb. time and g. Q., M54. CARRAGE, gun, 75-mm, M2 and mods. SHELL, semi-fixed, chemical, M64. SHRAPNEL, fixed, Mk.. w/fuze, P. D., M57. w/fuze, time, comb., 21-sec. M1907. SHELL, fixed, H. E., A. T., M66. SHELL, fixed, H. E., Mk.. w/fuze, B. D., M62. SHELL, fixed, chemical, Mk.. [Supersedes FT , 12 Nov. 41 and C1.] TM w/fuze, P. D., M46 and M47. [Use data in Part 2a for chemical shell.] '15-B-4,2b 1 SHELL, fixed, H. E., Mk.. 76-A-5 29 Aug. 44. GUN, 76-mm, M1Al and MA2. w/fuze, P. D., M46 and M47 (reduced charge). (Without muzzle brake,) Supersedes 76-A-4 & C 1. [Supplemental to FT 75-B-4.] CARRAGE, gun motor, M8 (T70) and Med. Tanks '16-B-4c 1 SHELL, fixed, H. E., Mk.. M4 and mods. w/fuze, P. D., M46 and M47 (normal charge). SHELL, fixed, H. E., M42Al. 'FT [Supplemental to FT 75-B-4.] w/fuze, P. D., M48 and mods. FUZE, C. P., T105 (nose). '15-Z-2 20 April 40. SHELL, fixed, H. E., M48.C 2. w/fuze, P. D., M48 and mods. PROJECTLE, fixed, A. P. C., M62, and M62A1. TD w/fuze, 25-sec. comb. time and S. Q. M54. w/fuze, B. D., M66Al. and Tracer. SHOT, fixed, A. P., M79. '15-Z-2a 1 SHELL, fixed, H. E., M48. w/fuze, P. D., M48 and mods. w/tracer. w/fuze, 25-sec. comb. time and S. Q., M54 (re SHELL, fixed, illuminating Mk.!4-Mod. 1 (Navy). duced charge)...supersedes FT 75-AD-5 and C 8, C "Mounted on Med. Tank M4 or Med. LiKht Tank M24 (T18El) As sault Tank M4A8E2.

22 ;,. NUMBJilB DATE. WEAPON AND PERTANNG AMMUNTON, AND CHANGES.DATE, WEAPON AND PlRT'ANNG AMMUNTON. AND CHANGES FELD ARTLLERY-Continued FT 105-H-3 29 Dec. 41. HOWTZER, 105-mm, M2, M2A1 and M4. C 8,9. CARRAGE, Howitzer, 105-mm, M1, M1A1, M2 and mods. CARRAGE, motor, M7 and M7B1, 105-rom, Howitzer. HOWTZER, 105-rom, M4 mounted in ~dium tanks M4 and M4A3. SHELL, semi-fixed, H. E., M1. w/fuze, P. D., M48 and mods.. SHELL, semi-fixed, smoke, B. E., 105-mm M84. w/fuze, 25-sec, comb. time and S. Q., M54. SHELL, chemical, M60. w/fuze, P. D., M57. SHELL, semi-fixed, H. E., A. T., M67 and M67Al. w/fuze, B. D., M L-2 26 Nov. 43. HOWTZER, 105-mm, M3. C f. CARRAGE, Howitzer, 105-rom, M3. SHELL, semi-fixed, H. E., Ml. w/fuze, P. D., M48 and mods. w/fuze, 25-sec, comb. time and S. Q., M54. SHELL, semi-fixed, H. E., A. T., M67. w/fuze, B. D. M62. SHELL, semi-fixed, chemical, M60. w/fuze, P. D., M57. SHELL, semi-fixed, smoke, HC, B. E., 105-mm., M84. w/fuze, 25-sec. comb. time and S. Q. M B-5 15 Nov. 40. GUN, 155-mm, M197, M97A and M98Ml. CARRAGE, gun 155-mm, M197, M97A, M98 and M98Al. SHELL, H. E., Mk.. w/fuze, P. D., M46 and M47. SHELL, empty, for sandloading, 95-lb., Mk.. w/fuze, P. D., M47. SHELL, chemical, Mk. V. w/fuze, P. D., M46. TD [Use part 2a of FT.] 155-B-4a SHELL, H. E.. Mk.. w/fuze, P. D., M46 and M47 (normal charge). [Supplemental to FT 55-B-5.] 155-B-4b w/fuze, P. D., M46 and M47 (super-charge). FT [SuPl?lemental to FT 55-B-5.] 155-U-1 1 Nov. 40. GUN, 155-mm, M197, M97A and M98Ml. C 4, 5, 6. CARRAGE, gun, 155-rom, M197, M97A, M198. SHELL, H. E., M0, w/fuze, P. D., M5 and mods. w/fuze, time, mech., M67 and M67A. SHELL, H. E., Mk. Al. w/fuze, P. D., M5 and mods. w/fuze, time, mech, M67 and M67A1. SHELL, chemical, Mk. VA1. [Use Part 2b of FT.] w/fuze, P. D., M51 and mods. SHELL, chemical, M04. [Use Part 2a and FT.] w/fuze, P. D., M5 and mods. 155-W-l 8 July 42. PROJECTLE, A. P., M1l2. C 1. w/fuze, B.D., M S-2 3 Mar. 44. GUN, 155-mm, M and MAl. C f, 9, 4. CARRAGE, gun, 55-mm, M. SHELL, H. E., M0l. w/fuze, P. D., M51 and mods. w/fuze, time mech., M67 and M67Al. FT SHELL, chemical, M04. w/fuze, P. D., M5 and mods. 155-Z-1 22 Feb. 43. PROJECTLE, A. P., 100-lb., Ml12. C 1. w/fuze, B. D., M60. 8-L-2 25 April 44. GUN, 8-inch, M1. CARRAGE, 'gun, 8-inch, M2. C 1. SHELL. H. E., M03. w/fuze, P; D., M5A1-mod. g and M51A2 mod: 3. w/fuze, time, mech., M67 and mods. [Supersedes FT 8-L-l. 30 Dec and C 1.] 55-D-3 1 Feb. 40. HOWTZER, 155-mm, M1917, M1917 A1, M1918. C S. CARRAGE, Howitzer, 155-rom, M1917 and ool1a., M1918 and M98Al. SHELL, H. E., Mk.. w/fuze, P. D., M46 and M47. SHELL, chemical Mk.. w/fuze, P. D., M46.. SHELL, empty, for sandloading, 95-lb., Mk. 1. w/fuze, inert, P. D., M V-2 16 Nov. 43. SHELL, H. E., M02. C S, 8,~. w/fuze, P. D., M5 and mods. SHELL, H. E., Mk. A1. w/fuze, P. D., M5 and mods. w/fuze, comb. time and S. Q. M55A1. SHELL, chemical, Mk. A1 and mods. w/fuze, P. D., M5 and mods. SHELL, chemical, M05. w/fuze, P. D., M5 and mods. SHELL, H. E., M02. w/fuze, comb. time and S. Q., M55Al. SHELL, smoke, B. E., M1l5. w/fuze, 25-sec. comb. time and S. Q., M54. [Use Part 2a and 2c.] 155-Q-2 8 April 44. HOWTZER, 155-rom, Ml. C 5. CARRAGE, Howitzer, M1. SHELL, H. E., M07. w/fuze, P. D., M5 and mods. SHELL, chemical, MHO. w/fuze, P. D., M5 and mods. SHELL, smoke, B. E., 55-mm, M1l6. w/fuze, 25-sec. comb. time and S. Q., M54. SHELL, H. E., M07. w/fuze, time, mechanical, M67. [Supersedes FT 55-Q-l and C-2.] 8-J-1 1 Nov. 41. HOWTZER, 8-inch, Ml. C3, ~, S. CARRAGE, Howitzer, 8-inch, M. SHELL, H.E., 200-1b. M06. w/fuze, P. D., M5 and mods. w/fuze, time, mech., M67 and M67Al. 8-K-l 26 Oct. 43. SHELL, H. E., 200-lb. Mk. A1. C 1:. w/fuze, P. D., M51 and mods. 240-B-2 7 Oct. 31. HOWTZER, 240-mm, Ml9l8 and m. C 1, e. ' CARRAGE, Howitzer, 240-mm, Ml9l8 and moda. SHELL, H. E., Mk.. w/fuze, P. D., M46 and M47. SHELL, H.E., Mk. Al. w/fuze, P. D., M5l and mods. 240-C-1 4 June 43. HOWTZER, 240-mm, Ml. C.,3. CARRAGE, Howitzer, 240-mm. Ml. SHELL, H. E., MH4, w/fuze, P. D., M5l and mods.. w/fuze, time, mechanical, M67 and M67Al. 21

23 NUMaER DATE,WEAPON AND PERTANNG AUMUNTON. AND CH.-lNGES NUMJER D,~TF., WE-lPON AND PERTUNNG A,nl'X"1'OX. AXD CHANGES ANTARCRAFT ARTLLERY FT 87AA-N-2 16 Jan. 41. GUN, automatic, AA, 37-mm, MA2. C 1. SHELL, fixed, H. E., M54. w/sd TRACER and FUZE, P. D. M56. SHELL, fixed, practice, M55Al. w/tracer and FUZE, dummy, M50. SHOT, fixed, A. P. C., M59. w(tracer. 40AA-A-2 22 May 43. GUN, automatic, AA, 40-mm, M1 CARRAGE,HE-T (SD) Mk.. w/fuze, P. D., 251, Mk.. CARRAGE, AP-T, M81. 8AA-K-3 4 Feb. 42. GUN, 3-inch, AA, M1917 (all mods.) M1925Ml, Ml, M2, M3 and M4. Trajectory MOUNT, gun, a-inch, M1917, M1917Ml, M2 and Chart No. M3. TC3AA-K-3 SHELL, fixed, H. E., Mk. X. w/fuze, time, 21-sec., Mk. and Mk. 1AL [Will not be reprinted when present stock is exhausted.] 8AA Feb. 44. GUN, 3-inch, AA, M1917A2 alld mods., Ml925M1, Ml. M2, l\r:~, and M4. C 1, 2. MOUNT, gun, 3-inch, lv1917 and mods., M2Al and M3. SHELL, H. E., M!2Al. w/puze, P. D., 1\148 and mods. w(fuze, time, mech., M48 and mods. [Tl'ajeetory chart printed as inst'rt.l 3AA-J-3 1 Sept. 40. GUN, 3-inch, AA, M1917A2 and mods., M1, M2, M3 and M4. C 4, Trajectory MOUNT, gun, 3-inch, M1917 and mods., M2A1 Chart No. and M8. TC 3AA-J-3 SHRAPNEL, fixed, Mk. 1. w/fuze, time, 21-sec.,Mk. and Mk. Al. [\Vill not be reprinted when present stock of FT is exhausted.] 3AA Feb. 42. GUN, 3-inch, AA, M1918. Trajectory MOUNT, 3-inch, auto trailer M1918. Chart No. SHRAPNEL, fixed, Mk. 1. TC 3AA--3 w/fuze, time, 21-s!'c., Mk. and Mk. AL [Will not be reprinted when present stock of FT is exhausted.], 3AA-L-2 9 Dec. 41. GUN, 3-inch AA, M1918. Trajectory MOUNT,3-inch, atlto traill'r M1918. Chart No. SHELL, fixed, H. E., Mk. X. TC 3AA-L-2 w/fuze, time, 21-sec., Mk. and Mk. AL [Will not be reprinted when present stock of FT is exhausted.] 4.7AA-C-1 20 Jan. 44. GUN, 4.7-inch, AA, Ml. C 1. MOUNT, gun, AA, 4.7-inch, Ml. SHELL, H. E., M73. w/fuze, time, mechanical, 1\161. [Same as 120-mm.] 90AA-B-3 14 Feb. 44. GUN, 90-mm., AA, 1\1, M1A1 and M2. MOUNT, gun, 90-mm, AA, M1, M1A1 and M2. C 4..SHELL, fixed, H. E., M7l. w/fuze, time, mech., M43 and mods. w/fuze, P. D., M48 and mods. [AJ;lplicable to both AA and ground fire.] l05aa-j-3 18 Oct. 44. GUN, 105-mm, AA, M3. SHELL, fixed, H. E., M38Al. w/fuze, time, mech. M43 and mods. [Supersedes 105AA-J-2 and TC105AA-J-2.] 22 FT COAST ARTLLERY 3-M-2 17 Sept. 41. GUN, 3-inch (15 pdr) M1902 and M CARRAGE, Barbette, M1902 and M1903. SHELL, fixed, H. E., (15-lb.) M1935. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. V. SHELL. fixed, pj actice, Mk. V and Mk. VlAl. [Supersedes FT 3-C-l.] 3-Q-l 1 July 40. SHELL, fixed, H. E., M42Al and M42Al w/fuze, B. D., 1\148 and mods. 90-C-3 10 April 44. GUN, 9U-mm, AA, 1\11, 1\A and 1\13. C 2, 3. MOUNT, gun, 90-mm. 1\13. 'MOUNT, gun, 90-mm, AA, M1 and MA.. GUN MOTOR CARRUGE, M36 ('1'71) 'Medium Tank, '1'25. SHELL, H. E., M71. w/fuze, P. D., M48 and mods. w/fuze, time, mech., 1\143 and mods. PRO.JECTLE, A. P. C., 1\182. w/fuze, B. D.. M6S. SHOT, A. P., M77. [Super,qedes FT 90-C April 19~3, C 1 & C 2.] 6-B-3 25 Oct. 41. GUN, 6-inch, M8971\1l, 1\11908 and mods. CAWAGE, disappearing, 1\11S98. CAlRAGE, Barbette, M1910. SHELL, H. E.. ()f).lb., Mk. HAL w/fuze, P. D.. M47. 6-C-2 1.June 40. GUN, H-inch, 1\1897M1, M1900, M1903, 1'\1190;-', \J (los and mods. CAHRAGE,' disappearing, 6-inch, 1\11898, M1903, Ml!J05 and mods. CARRAGE. Barbette, 6-inch, M1900 and M1910. SHELL, A. P., los-lb. M1911. w/fuze, B. D., 1\1k. V. SHOT, A P., 108-J.b., M1911. SHELL, C.., los-lb., MHl1l. 6-D-2 1 1\ar. 41. GUN, 6-inch, M1900, 1\11903 and M1905. C 3. CARRAGE, Barbette, M1900 and 1\ CARRAGE, disappearij,g, 1\11898, 1\11903 and M 190.) and mods. SHELL, H. E., Mk.. w/fuze, P. D., 1\ E-2 18 Mar. 43. GUN, 6-inch, M1900, 1\1903A2 and 1\1 1905A2. C 1. CARRAGE, Barhette, M1900 and 1\11, SHOT, A. P., Mk. XXX. w/fuze, B. D., M60. 6-F-l 21 Mar. 44. SHELL, H. E., 1\k. A2. w/fuzf;, P. D., M51 and mods. 8-A-3 30 Jan. 42. GUN, 8-inch, M1888 and mods. CARRAGE, Barbette, 1\11918 and mods. on railway car. SHELL, H. E., 200-lb., Mk.. w/fuze, P. D., 1\146 and M47. [Applies to base section of propelling charge only.] 8-E-] 26 Sept. 30." SHELL, A. P., 323-lb., 1\ C 1. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. V. 8-D-2 15 Nov. 40. GUN, 8-inch, M1888 and mods. CARRAGE, Barbette, 1\11918 and mod. SHELL; H. E., 200-lb., Mk.. w/fuze, P. D., M46 and M47. [Applies to charge consisting of base section and increment.] 1Will not be reprinted when present stock is exhausted. 'l=::="=..==,_...=.. == 1

24 .. ~~----_.--~~--. \ DATE, WEAPON A.ND PERTANNG AMMUNTON, AND ORANGES DATE, WEAPON AND PERT.ANNG AMMUNTON, AND CHANGES. OOAST ARTLLERY-Continued FT 8-H-1 1 May 40. GUN, 8-inch, M1888 and mods. C 1. CARRAGE, Barbette, M1892, M1918, M1918M1 (railway car). CARRAGE, Barbette, M1918 and mod. (harbor defense). CARRAGE, disappearing, M1896 (LF). SHELL, A. P., 260-lb. (NAVY) Mk. XX, w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. SHELL, practice, 260-lb. (NAVY). Mk. XV, M6. 8-G-2 21 July 42. SHELL, A. P., 260-lb. (NAVY) Mk. V. SHELL, A. P., 260-lb.(NAVY) Mk. V and mods. SHELL, A. P., 260-lb. (NAVY) Mk. X. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. (NAVY) Aug. 41. GUN, 8-inch, Mk. V mod. 3A2. C j. CARRAGE, railway, M1Al. SHELL, H. E., 240-lb. M103. w/fuze, P. D., M51A2 mod. 3. SHELL, A. P., 260-lb., Mk. XX. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. SHELL, T. P., 260-lb. Mk. XV. 10-B-1 2 Sept GUN, 10-inch, M1900. C 1. PROJECTLE, A. P.,,617-lb. 12-E-2 1 Aug GUN, 12...inch, M1888 and mods. M1895 and mods. C 1. CARRAGE, barbette, SHELL, A. P., 900-lb,, Mk.. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. SHELL, C.., 900-lb" Mk. XV. 12-F-3 8 Oct. 41. PROJECTLE, A. P., Mk. XV. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. [Tables apply also to GUN, 12-inch, M1900 CAR RAGE, disappearing, M1901, LF.] 12-K-2 10 May 41. GUN, 12-inch, M1895 and mods. CARRAGE, barbette, M1917. CARRAGE, disappearing, LF, M190l. PROJECTLE, A. P., 1070-lb. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. 12-L-4 15 May lb. (NAVY). PROJECTLE, C.., 870-lb. (NAVY). w/fuze, B. D" Mk. and Mk. A (NAVY) N-2 22 Dec. 41. SHELL, H. E., 700-lb., Mk. V. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. V. SHELL, H. E., 700-lb., Mk. X. w/fuze, P. D., M46 and M A-4 16 July MORTAR, 12-inch, M1908. CARRAGE, mortar, l2-inch, M1896, M1896M1, M1896M, M1903 and M1918 (Ry.) SHELL, D. P., 1046-lb., 824-lb. and 700-lb. SHELL, C.., 1046-lb., 824-lb. and 700-lb. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X.. 1~-G-2 24 Mar. 42. MORTAR, 12-inch, M1908, and M1912. CARRAGE, mortar, 12-inch, M1896M1, M1896M, M1896M, M1908, and M1918M (Ry.) SHELL, D. P., 1046-lb., 824-lb. and 700-lb. SHELL, C.., 1046-lb., and 700-lb. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. 14-B-2 1 Oct. 2a. 1 GUN, 14-inch, M1909, M1910and M1910 M1. C 1. GUN, TURRET, 14-inch, M CARRAGE, disappearing, LF, M1907Ml. PROJECTLE, A. P.,1400-lb., Mk. V, mo~9a1. SHELL,C.., 1400-lb., Mk. XV. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. [AppHes to all 14-in lb. projectiles.] lwil not be nprinted when present stock is exhausted. FT 14-A-2 1 Aug. 23. PROJECTLE, A. P., 1560-lb., Mk. V: C 1. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. SHELL, C.., 1560 lb. Mk. X. [Applies to all 14-in lb. projectiles.] 14-H-1 26 Sept. 30. SHELL, A.P., 1660-lb. M1909. C 1. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. SHELL, C.., 1660-lb. M1909. [Applies to all 14-in lb. projectiles.] 14-C-1 1 Oct GUN, 14-inch, M1907 and M1907M1. C 1. CARRAGl, disappearing, LF, M1907. PROJECTLE, A. P., 1400-lb., Mk. V, mod. 9A1. SHELL, C.., 1400-lb., Mk. XV. 'w/fuze, B. D., Mf. X. [Applies to all 14-in lb. projectiles.] 14-D-1 3 Mar. 24. PROJECTLE, A. P., 1560-lb., Mk. V. C 1. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. SHELL, C.., 1560-lb., Mk. X. [Applies to all 14-in lb. projectiles.] 14"':' Sept SHELL, A. P., 1660-lb., M1909. C 1. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. SHELL, C.., 1660-lb. M1909. [Applies to all 14-in lb. projectiles.] 14-M-1 27 July 34,1 GUN, 14-inch, M1920 and M1920M. MOUNT, railway gun, M1920. PROJECTLE, H. E., 1200-lb. Mk. X-mod. 2A1. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. V. [Applies to all 14-in lb. projectiles.] E-3 15 Feb PROJECTLE, A. P., 1400-lb., Mk. V-mod. 9Al. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. [Applies to all 14-in lb. projectiles.] 14-G-2 1 Mar. 30. PROJECTLE, A. P., 1560~lb;, Mk. V. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. SHELL, C. r., 1560-lb. Mk. X. [Applies to all 14-in lb. projectiles.] 16-C-1 31 Mar GUN, 16-inch, M1919 and mods. C 2. CARRAGE, Barbette, M PROJECTLE, A. P., 2340-lb., Mk. V and Mk. X, w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. SHELL, C.., 2340-lb., Mk. V. 16-B-1 13 Aug GUN, 16-inch, M1919 and mods. C 2. CARRAGE, barbette, M1919. PROJECTLE, A. P., 2100-lb., Mk. 1-'-mod. 2;' w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. PROJECTLE, c.., 2100-lb., ~100. PROJECTLE, A. P., empty, for sandloading, 2100 lb., Mk. -mod D-2 20 June 42. GUN, 16-inch, Mk. -mod. 1 (NAVY). CARRAGE, barbette, M1919M. PROJECTLE, A.P., 2100-lb., Mt. -mod. 2. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. 16-E-1 1 June 42. GUN, 16-inch, Mk. -mod. 1. (NAVY). CARRAGE, barbette, M1919M. SHELL, A. P., 2240-lb., Mk. 12 (formerlymk. X). w/fuze; B. D., Mk. X. 16-A-1 1 April 24. HOWTZER, 16-inch, M1920. C 2. CARRAGE, barbette, Howitzer, 16-inch, M1920. PROJECTLE, A. P., 2100-lb., Mk. -mod. 2. w/fuze, B. D., Mk. X. PROJECTLE,C.., 2100-lb., M100. PROjECTLE, A; F., empty, for saridloading, 2100 lb., Mk. -mod ~ ~--

25 i '"! UP 29. MOBLZATON TRANNG PROGRAMS. {For description see Par. 11) DATE, TTLE AN-D CH4NGES MTP Sept. 43. MobilizQ'~on Training Program for AAF Air Depot Group;-AAF Service Group, AAF Airdrome Squadron, and AAF Station Complement Squadron. 2-2' 9 Dec. 43. Cavalry Mobilization Training Program for Cavalry Replacements at Enlisted Replacement Training Centers Nov. 44. Mobilization Training Program for Chemical Warfare Service Enlisted Personnel of the Army Service Forces July 44. Mobilization Training Program for Chemical,Warfare Units of the Army Service Forces Jan. 44. Unit T~aining Program for Chemical Battalions, Mo:orized Oct. 44. Advanced Unit Training Program for Chemical Warfare Units of the Army Service F.orces Jan. 44. ndividual Training Program for Chemical Battalions, Motorized. 4-~ 2 Oct. 41. Coast Artillery Mobilization Training Program for Coast Artillery Replacements at Coast Artillery Replacement Training Centers Sept. 40. 'Coast Artillery' Mobilization Training Program for Harbor Defense Regiments, Coast Artillery Corps, at Unit Training Centers. '-, Feb. 42. Coast Artillery Mobilization Training Program for Antiaircraft Artillery Regime':lts at Unit Training Centers Aug. 40. C~ast Artillery Mobilization Training Program for Railway Artillery Regiments (excepting 12-inch and 14-inch guns), Coast Artillery Corps, at Unit Training Centers Aug. 40. Coast Artillery Mobilization Training Program for Railway Artillery Regiments (12-inch and 14-inch Guns), Coast Artillery Corps, at Unit Training Centers S~pt, 40. Coast Artillery Mobilization Training Program for S5-mm Gun Regiments (tractordrawn,) Coast Artillery Corps, at Unit Training Centers May 42. Coast Artillery Mobiliz'ation Training Program for Barrage Balloon Units at Unit Training Centers Dec. 42. Coast Artillery (Seacoast) Mobilization Training Program for Coast Artillery (Seacoast) Replacements at Enlisted Replacement Centers Mar. 43. Coast Artillery Mobilization Training Program for Mine Planter Batteries Oct. 44. Mobilization Training Program for Engineer Enlisted Personnel of the Army Service Forces July 44. Mobilization Training Program for Engineer Units of the Army Service Forces 'Mar. 43. Unit Training Program for Engineer Units' of the Army Service Forces Aug. 43. Unit Training Programs for Engineer Units of the Army Ground Forces. ' Sept. 43. Mobilization Training Programs for Engineer Units of the Army Air Forces A Mobilization Training Programs for Substandard Engineer Units of the Army Service Forces. 24 MTP Aug. 44. Field Artillery Mobilization Training Program for Field Artillery Units (Unit Training) Nov. 44. Field Artillery Replacement Training Program for Field Artillery Replacements at Enlisted Replacement Training Centers Sept. 43. nfantry Training Program, ndividual Training for nfantry Regiment and Armored nfantry Regiment. ' Oct. 40. nfantry Mobilization Training Programs for, nfantry Battalion, Antitank, at Unit Training Cehters Nov. 44. nfantry Mobilization Training Programs for nfantry Replacements at Enlisted Replacement Centers Oct. 43. nfantry Training Program, Unit Tr..aining for nfantry Regiment. ' June 44. Mobilization Training Program for Medical Department Enlisted Personnel of the Army Service Forces July 44. Mobilization Training Program for Medical Units of the Army Service Forces Aug. 42. Medical Department Mobilization Training Program for Applicatory Training of Medical and Surgical Technicians in Military or Civil Hospitals May 43. Training Program for Revised ROTC Training Program for Medical Army Specialized Training Units July 44. Advanced Unit Training Program for the Unit Training of Field Medical Units May 43. Medical Department Unit Training Programs for Medical Department (Army and Communications Zone) Supply Depots Aug. 43. Mobilization Training Program for Portable Surgical Hospitals., 8-101A 10 Jan. 44. Mobilization Training Program for Substandard Medical Department Units June 44. Mobilization Training Program for Ordnance Enlisted Personnel of the Army Service Forces July 44. Mobilization Training Program for'ordnance Units of the Army Service Forces Oct. 43. Unit Training Program for Ordnance Units of the Army Service Forces A 30 Dec, 43. Mobilization Training Program for Substandard Ordnance Units of the Army Service Forces June 44. Mobilization Training Program for Quartermaster Enlisted Personnel of. the Army Service Forces. C July 44. Mobilization Training Program tor Quar termaster Units of the Army Service Forces April 43. Unit Training Programs for Quarter master Units of the Army Service Forces July 44. Mobilization Training Program for War Dog Handlers of the Army Servic~ Forces April 44. Mobilization Training Program for talian Quartermaster Units of the Army Service Forces. ' 11-1~ 1 June 44. Mobilization Training Program for Signal Corps Enlisted Personnel of the Army Service Forces July 44. Mobilization Training Program for the Training of Signal Corps Units. '.'

26 ,;, DATE. \TTLE AND CHANGES NU1UBER DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES MTP Jan. 42. Signal Corps Mobilization Training Programs for Signal Corps Units, Air Forces, at Unit Training Centers May 43. Signal Corps Unit Training Programs for Signal Corps Units June 44. Mobilization Training Program for the Adjutant General's Enlisted Personnel of the Army Service Forces. C 1, July 44. Mobilization Training Program for the Adjutant General's Units of the Army Service Forces. C June 44. Mobilization Training Program for Finance Department Enlisted Personnel of the Army Service Forces July 44. Mobilization Training Program for Fi nance Units of the Army Service Forces May 43. Unit Training Program for Finance Department Detachments Jan. 42. Armored FJrce Mobilization Training Program for Armored Force Replacements at Armored Force Replacement Training Centers April 42. Mobilization Training Programs for Tank Destroyer Battalions at the Unit Training Center, Tank Destroyer Command. C Dec. 43. Tank Destroyer Mobilization Training Program for Tank Destroyer Replacements at Enlisted :Replacement Training Centers June 44. Mobilization Training Program for Military Police Enlisted Personnel of the Army Service Forces July 44. Mobilization Training Program for Mili tary Police Units of the Army Service Forces June 43. Military Police Unit Training Programs for Military Police Units A 15 Dec. 43. Military Police Mobilization Training Program for Substandard Military Police Units of the Army Service Forces May 44. Mobilization Training Program for Special Training Units Dec. 41. Mobilization Training Program for Enlisted Replacements at Branch mmaterial Replacement Training Centers Aug. 44. Mobilization Training Program for Men Awaiting Assignment at Reception Centers, C Dec. 42. Mobilization Training Program for Men Awaiting Assignment at Replacement Depots Oct. 43. Mobilization Training Program for PerllOnnel at Processing Centers May 44. Mobilization Training Program for Enlisted Personnel of the Army Service Forces. C July 44. Mobilization Training Program for Rehabilitation Centers June 44. Mobilization Training Program for Special Services Division Enlisted Personnel of the Army Service Forces June 48. Special Service Unit Training Program for Special Service Companies of the Army Service Forces July 44. Mobilization Training 'Program for Special Service Units of the Army Service Forces A 6 Dec. 43. Special Service Mobilization Training. Program for Substandard Special Service Companies of the Army Service Forces. MTP Oct. 44. Mobilization Training Program for WAC Detachments in the Field July 44. Mobilization Training Program for WAC Enlisted Personnel of the Army Service Forces Sep Mobilization Training Program for Transportation Corps Enlisted Personnel of the Army Service Forces Oct. 44. Mobilization Training Program for Transportation Corps Units of the Army Service Forces May 43. Unit Training Program for Transportation Corps Port Battalions and Companies Oct. 44. Mobilization Training Program for Transportation Corps. Military Railway Service Units of the Army Service Forces. 30. TECHNCAL BULLETNS. (For description see par. 8) DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES CHEMCAL WARFARE 'TB CW S 12 Feb Mechanized Flame Throwers, E4-5 and' E5Rl-5. CW 3 6 Mar. 44. Blood and Nerve Pois?ns. CW 4 4 Apr. 44. Bomb, ncendiary 500-pou'nd, M76 (T2E1) : CW 6 26 Apr. 44. Army Assault Gas Mask E CW 7 26 May 44. Army Assault Gas Mask Facepiece E6. CW 8 30 May 44. Bursting AN-M14 ncendiary Grenade. CW 9 27 May 44.. Conversion of Shell, Smoke 155-mm M116 (base ejection) to Shell, Smoke (colored) 155 mm, M116 (base ejection). CW Jul. 44. Assembly of Burster and gniter n M47A1 and AN-M17A2 ncendiary Bombs. CW Jun. 44. Aimable Cluster AN-M17A1. CW Jul. 44. Gas Munitions Requirements Data fqr Army Air Forces. CW 15 2 Sept. 44. Kit, Tool, Bomb Venting, El. CW Sep. 44. Bomb Clusters Using E6R2 Adapter. CW Oct. 44. Flame Throwers, Mechanized E4R2-5R and E4R2-4R3-5R1.. CW 18 8 Nov. 44. Fit,"Fuel Filling, Flame Thrower, E6. CW 19 3 Nov. 44. Clusters Using E23 Adapter. C 1. CW Oct. 44. Cleaning nteriors of Compressed Gas Cylinders, Tanks and Accessories. CW29 ~4 llov Protector, Facepiece E21R2..CW24 21 Dec it-nch Recoilless Chemical Mortall" E34Rl May 44. Fuze, Delay M4 for 4.2-nch Chemical Mortar Shell Dec. 43. Auxiliary Canisters Aug. 44. Canister, HCN, M2. 1This Technical Bulletin is distributed only to ntere~ted h~adquar~re and to individuals whose duties require that they have t. Thul Techncal Bulletin mu.t ihl ufeparded ill aecordanee with provllion. of AR 880-1i.

27 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE. TTJ;.E AND CHANGES, U CHEMCAL WARFARE-Continued TB Aug. 44. Mask, Gas, Service, M2A2, Oil Vapor M-A. 8~ Oct. 44. Cannister, Ammonia, M Sept. 44. Mask, Gas, Head Wound, M Aug. 44. Mask, Gas, Dog, M6...: Sep. 44. Maintenance and Repair of Dust Respirators Ml and M Nov. 44. Fitting of Mask, Gas, Service Lightweight, M3-10A-6 and Mask, Gas, Service, Combat, M i Nov. 44. Reconditioning Gas Masks Carriers Sept. 44. Apparatus, Decontaminating, 3-Gallon, M S2 3 Nov. 44. Procedure for Theater of Operations Quality Check of Bleaching Material (for decontamination). * Dec. 44. Repair and Maintenance of Apparatus, Decontaminating, 1 ~.'2 quart, M Dec. 43. Transportation for Decontaminating Apparatus, M Jun. 44. Decontaminating Apparatus, M3A2, 400 Gal. Truck Mount Power-Driven Jul. 44. Valve Replacement Mechanism'Type Ml Oct. 44. Beam, Grab, Ml. * Dec. 44. Alteration of Beam, Hoisting Airplane Smoke Tank, M July 44. Use of Dye n Clothing mpregnating Pla~t M' (Theater of Operation). * S4 Jan. 45. Procedure for Determining Serviceability of Chlorinated Paraffin Stored at Theater. of Operations Depot S5 Jan. 45.' Procedure for Determining Serviceability of Acetylene Tetrachloride (Tetra-Chlorethane) Stored in Drums at Theater of Operations Depot May 44. HC Smoke Pot M Jul. 44. HC Floating Smoke Pot M4A Aug. 44. Grenade, Hand, Riot (CN), E3R Sep. 44. Floating Smoke Pot. Rack El for Landing Craft Nov. 44. ncendiary, Safe Destroying, TdlA Nov. 44. ncendiary, Equipment Destroying, M2A Jan inch Chemical Mortar Mount, LC, E2R2. ~ Feb. 44. Training Accessories for the 4.2 inch Chemical Mortar May 44. Fuze, Delay M4 for 4.2-nch Chemical Mortar Shell. g: May 44. Fuze, Time and Super-Quick, M5 (E39) for 4.2 nch Chemical Mortar Shell. 8, May 44. Mule Pack M Jun. 44. Mount, Telescope M59. C S3 Nov. 44. Theater of Operations Quality Check of Shell, 4.2-in. Chemical Mortar, M S1 14 Oct. 44. nspection of Curtain, Gasproof M. 3...: Nov Protector, Collective, M A-l 19 Oct. 44. Pressure Tanks for Flame Thrower, Portable, M2-Z.. ENG!'i'EERS Feb. 44. Weatherproof Fuse Lighter, M A~r. 44. Adaptor, Priming, Explosive. hl ::::::::::::::=====;;;;;;;;;;;;;;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 26 TB May 44. nstructions For Use of Detonator, Concussion, Type 1' Apr. 44. Subgrade and Base-Course Requirements For Airplane Landing Mats of Steel and Wood Sep. 44. Field Manufacture of Cut-Back,Asphalt Feb. 44. Bridging for nundated Areas and Tidal Estuaries Aug. 44. Pusher Knee For Standard Power Utility Boats. * Jan. 44. M2 Tr~adway Ferry, Set No Apr. 44. Steel-Treadway Bridge Ml Jun. 44. Reducing Twist Due to Torque n Steel Treadways; V-Approach For Steel Treadways Aug. 44. Expedient Adapter for Using M3l Tank Recovery Vehicle to Launch Steel Treadway. Over Narrow Gaps. * Jan. 45. Use of Steel Treadway Bridge in Shipto-Shore Operations Jan. 44. Trestle Bracing Clamp Jun. 44. Ponton Bow Adapter Feb. 44. H-0 Steel Box-Girder, Fixed Bridge, (Knockdown Type). * Aug. 44. Notes on Panel Bridge, Bailey Type '} Apr. 44. Treatment of Poisoned Water Aug. 44. Water Purification Eqllipment Diatomite, Pack (Man or Animal Type), 15-GPM Feb. 44. Transpol'tation of Standard Well-Drilling Machines Nov. 44. Operation of Engineer Gas Generatin~ Unit May 44. New Data and Parts for Mixer, Aphalt, Diesel, Trayel or Central Plant, Trailer Mounted, 110 to 200 tons per hour, Barber-Greene, Model 848, Heavy Duty Nov. 44. New Data and Parts for Dryer, Aggregate, Dual-Drum, Travel or central Plant, Trailer-Mounted, 80 to 1;:;0 tons per hour, Barber-Greene,, M~del Apr. 44. New Data and Parts ForLoader, Aggregate, Bucket, Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline, 3-C. Yd., 19-Ft. lo-in. Boom (For Use with Dryer), Barber-Greene, Model 82-AD, and 17-Ft. 4 in. Boom (For Use with Mixer), Model 82-AM; Engine: Buda, Model HP Apr. 44. New Data and Parts for Conveyor, Belt, Transfer, Gasoline Engine-Driven, 24-in. x 57 ft., Barber-Greene, Style N Dec. 43. Heater, Asphalt Trailer Mounted, Three Car, 42 HP Cleaver-Brooks, Model DS Jan. 44. Grader, Road, otorized, Diesel Engine Driven, 12-Ft. Moldboard, Galion, Model 10l-D Oct. 44. Preparation for Export, Crusher, Rock, Jaw Type, 4-Wheel, Trailer-Mounted 7 Cllbic Yards per hr. Gruendler, Model 1016A Dec. 43. Ditching Machine, Ladder-Type, Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline, Digging Depth 8 Ft., 3 n. Width, 24 n., Barber Greene, Model 44-C Jun. 44. New Data and Parts For Ditching Machine, Ladder-Type, Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline, Digging Depth 8-Ft., Width 18 to 24-in., Barber- Greene, Model 44-C.. ~..r

28 JroHBEl DATB, TlTLB AND CHANGES DATE, TlTLB AND CHANGBS TB ENGNEERS-Continued ~ Dec. 43. Heater, Asphalt, Trailer Mounted two car 28 HP Cleaver Brooks Model DS 2 with Model Z or ZZ Engine. ~ ' Feb. 44. Batching Plant, Aggregate, 3-Compartment, 150-ton Capacity, Blaw-Knox, Model P3105. ~ Dec. 43. Drag, Brush, Bituminous, 8 X 12-ft;, Traffic and Road Equipment Company, Model D Dec. 43. Spreader, Concrete, Gasoline Engine' Driven Form Riding, 20 ft. Width, Blaw-Knox, Model SA Dec. 43. Finisher, Concrete, Form-Riding, 20 to 25 Ft., Blaw-Knox, Model XC Jan. 44. Mixer, Concrete, G.asoline Engine Driven, Trailer-Mounted 7-Cu. Ft. Koehring, Model 7S A Jan. 44. Mixer, Concrete, Gasoline Engine-Driven Trailer-Mounted, 14 Cu. Ft. Ransome, Model 14 SoU Feb. 44. Harrow. Spike-Tooth, 4-Section, nternational Harvester, Model Dec. 43. Piow, Tractor, with Standing Cutter and Single Plain Share, Deere, Model Jan. 44. Plow, Bottom and Disc., Towed-Type, r" Four 14-in. Bottoms, Deere, Model Dec. 4~. Grader, Road, Towed-Type, Leaning Wheel, Hand-Controlled, 12-Ft. Moldboard, Adams, Model 124 S Jan. 44. Crushing and Screening Plant, 2-Unit, Gasoline, Semi-Trailer-Mounted, with Dollies, 25 cu. Yd. per hour. owa, Model 2 and 2A Apr. 44. New Camshaft and Carburetor for Loader, Aggregate, Bucket, Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline, 3-Cu. Yd., 19-Ft. 10-n. Boom (For Use with Dryer), Barber-Greene, Model 82-AD, Engine: Buda, Model HP Dec. 43. Grader, Road, Towed-Type, Leaning-Wheel, Hand-Controlled, 6~ Ft. Moldboard, Adams, Model 11-S Mar. 44. Roller, Road, Towed Type, Sheep'sfoot, -Drum, with Removable Feet, Adams, Model 10-S May 44. Preparation for Export of Mixer, Rotary Tiller, Soil Stabilization, Power Take-Off, Trailer-Mounted, Seaman, Model ABT Jan. 44. Distributor, Bituminous Material, 1250 gal. Etnyre Model, MX-D5, Style RE July 44. New Data and Parts for Distributor Bituminous Material, Trailer-Mounted 1,250-Ga!. Etnyre, Model D Jan. 44. Pump, Water, Trailer-Mounted with Distributor Attachment Rosco, Model MAE Dec. 43. Roller, Road, Towed-Type, Wheeled, Rubber-Tired, 13 Tires, Wm. Bros., Model 67-W. ~ May 44. Roller, Road, Towed-Type, Wheeled, Rubber-Tired, 13 Tires, Wm. Bros., Model 67-W Nov. 44. Preparation for Export, Distributor, Water, Truck-Mounted 1,000-gallon Rosco, Model MME Jan. 44. Kettle, Asphalt Repair, Trailer MOWlted with Motor-Driven Hand-Spray, 165-Gal on Capacity, Littleford, Model 84 HD-3. TB Oct. 44. Preparation for Export-Kettle; As-. phalt-repair, Trailer-Mounted, With Motor-Driven Hand-Spray, 164-Gallon Capacity, Littleford, Model 84HD Sep. 44. Preparation for Export, Kettle, Asphalt-Repair, Trailer-Mounted, with Motor-Driven Hand-Spray, 110-Gallon Capacity, Littfeford, Model US Oct. 44. Preparation for Export, Crane, Truck Mounted, Gasoline, % cubic yard, quickway, Model E, with H Model U-9, Power Unit. * Dec. 44. New Data and Parts for Shovel Crawler Mounted, Diesel, 2-cubic-yard, with Attachments, Thew, Model Lorain 82 with Caterpillar Model D Engine Aug. 44. Preparation for Export-Ditching Machine, Wheel Type, Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline, Digging Depth 5 ft. 6 in. Width 23 in., Cleveland, Model Aug. 44. Preparation for Export Roller, Road, Diesel, 3-Wheel, 6-ton, Huber 'Feb. 44. Roller, Road, Gasoline, 8-Wheel, 10 Ton, H~ber Dec. 43. Scraper, Road, Towed-Type, Hydraulic- 27 Operated cu. yd., LaPlant-Choate, Model Cab Sept. 44. Preparation for Export-Finisher, Concrete Form Riding, 20 to 25 ft. Blaw-Knox Model xu Mar. 44. Scraper, Road, Motorized, Cable-Operated, 12-Cu. Yd., LeTourneau, Model Super-C Tournapull with Model LP Carry-all Dec. 43. Scraper, Road, Towed-Type Cable Operated, 8 cu. yd., Type, LeTourneau, Model LS Dec. 43. Scraper, Road, Towed-Type, Cable Operated, 12-cu. yd., Type V, LeTourneau, Model LP Dec. 43. Mixer, Asphalt, Gasoline Engine-Driven, Repair Plant, Semi-Trailer Mounted, Pneumatic Tires, 15 to 30 Tons per hr. Barber-Greene, Model J Dec. 43. Dryer, 'Aggregate, Single-Drum Semi" Trailer Mounted, Pneumatic Tires 15 to 30-Tons per Hour, Barber-Greene Model Dec. 43. Stabilizer, Soil, Semi-Trailer Mounted, with Dolly, Barber-Greene, Model Dec. 43. Elevator, Bucket, Trailer-Mounted, Barber-Greene Model May 44. New Data and Parts for Asphalt and Soil Aggregate Mixing Plant, Gasoline Engine Driven, 25-Tons per hour, 4 Unit, Barber~Greene. * Nov. 44. Spreader, Concrete, Gasoline-Engine Driven, Form-Riding 20- to 25-ft. Width, Blaw Knox, Model SC, with Vibrator Attachment and Continental Model PF-226 Engine May 44. Rooter, Road, Lever-Operated, 3 Tooth, Austin-Western Model Rip-Rooter Dec. 43. Searchlight, 60-inch, Sperry, Model. 1939, 1940, 1941, 1941A, 1942, 1942A Dec. 43. Well Drilling Machine, Rotary-Type, Skid-Mounted, Gasoline Engine Driven Failing, Model Feb. 44. Pump, Centrifugal, GaloUne Engine Driven, Base-Mounted, 4-in. Discharge, 200-gpm at 350-ft. Head, Gormann-Rupp, Model C54-14.

29 ,..,, l'umber DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES NU1UBER DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES ENGNEERS-Continued TB Nov. 43. Pump, Centrifugal, Gasoline Engine Driven, Base-Mounted, 172-in. Discharge, 125-gpm. at 300-ft. Head, Economy Model B Feb. 44. Pump, Centrifugal, Gasoline Engine Driven, Base-Mounted, 2-in. Discharge,' 60-gpm at 125-ft. Head, Gorman-Rupp, Model W52-10 and W52 loa Dec. 43. Pump, Deep Well, Gasoline Engine Driven Turbine-Type, 200-gpm at 200-ft. Head, Peerless Model 6M May 44. Pump, Deep Well, Gasoline Engine Driven, Turbine-Type, 200-gpm at 200-ft..Head, Peerless, Model 6M Oct. 44. Pump, Deep-Well, Gasoline-Enginedriven, Turbine Type, 200 GPM at 200-Foot Head, Peerless Model 6M Aug. 44. Preparation for Export Pump, Deep _Well, Gasoline Engine-Driven, Helical-Rotor Type, 60-gpm at 250-ft. Head, Type 1, Peerless Hi-Lift, Model Feb. 43. Pump, Deep Well, Gasoline Engine Driven, Helical Rotor Type, 30-GPM at 250-ft. Head, Type, Peerless, H-Lift Model Jan. 44. Pump Centrifugal, Gasoline Engine Driven Trailer-Mounted, 4-in. Discharge 500-GPM at 20 ft. Head, Carver, Model G May 44. Distillation Unit, Skid-Mounted, 2,500 gal. per day, Clever-Brooks, Model M3E Feb.,44. Pump, Centrifugal, for Gasoline, Gasoline Engine-Driven, Base-Mounted, 6-in. Discharge, 8-in. Suction, 1000-gpm. at 300 ft. head, American Marsh, Model 6B, Type HBE Jun. 44. Pump, Centrifugal, for Gasoline, Gasoline Engine-Driven, Base-Mounted, 3-in. Discharge, 3-in. Suction, 200-gpm at 1,000-ft. Head, or, in Parallel, 400-gpm at 500-ft. Head, Hanlon-Waters, Type Mar. 44. Pump, Centrifugal, G~soline Engine Driven, Base-Mounted, 4-in. Discharge, 480-GPM at 300-Ft. Head, Leff, Model Aurora AD '16 Dec. 43. Tractor, Wheeled, Rubber-Tired, Gasoline 30-DBHP, Standard or Rigid, Case, Model DL Dec. 43. Tractor, Wheeled, Steel-Tired, Gasoline, 30-DBHP, Standard, Case, Model D, with Evans ECC Winch Oct. 44. Preparation for Export, Tractor, Wheeled Rubber-Tired, Gasoline 23-DBHP, Standard, Case,S, with LaPlant-Choate Power Control Unit Jul. 44. Tractor, Crawler, Gasoline, 15-DBHP, Standard, Clark, CA.1-Clarkair, 31-nch Gauge with LaPlant-Choate Babx Bulldozer, LaPlant-Choate Power Control Unit and Braden Towing Winch Dec. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, DBHP, Standard, Caterpillar D8, 78 in. Gage, with LeTourneau CKD-8 Angledozer, LeTourneau FTD-8 Power Control Unit and Hyster D8N Winch ] 3 Dec. 43. Tractor, Cat D8 with Le Tourneau C4 Angle-Dozer and '1.'-4 Power Control Unit ] 8 Dec. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 70 to 90 DBHP Standard, Caterpillar D7, 74 in. Gage with LeTourneau WCK-7 Angledozer, FTD-7 Front Power Control Unit, R-7 Rear Power Control Unit Dec. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 35 to 40 DBHP Standard, Caterpillar D4, 44-in. Gage. With LeTourneau C-4 Angledozer and '1.'-4 Power Control Unit. TB Jan. 44. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 35 to 4,0 DBHP Rigid, Caterpillar D4, 60 in. Gage, with Athey W-4 Bucket Loader and Hyster D4N Winch ':"'1 1 Feb. 44. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 35 to 40 DBHP Standard, Caterpillar D4, 44-in. gage, with LaPlant-Choate 4R Angledozer and Le-Tourneau '1.'-4 Power Control Unit Dec. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Gasoline, 35-DBHP Standard, Caterpillar R-4, 44-in., Gage, W/LeTourneau C-4 Angling Blade and '1.'-4 Power.Control Unit Sep. 44. Tractor, Crawler, Gasoline, 35 DBHP, Standard, Caterpillar R-4, 44-nch Gauge With LeTourneau A-4 Tilting-blade, LeTourneau HN Power Control Unit, and Hyster-D4A Winch. * Nov. 44. New Data and Parts for Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 70 to 90 DBHP, Standard or Rigid, nternational, TD-18, 74-nch Gauge Dec. 43. Saw, Chain, Portable, Gasoline Engine-Driven 36-in. Blade, Disston Model G Feb. 44. Saw, Table, Tilted-type, Po"table, Gasoline Engine-Driven, Skid-Mounted, 16-in. Blade, Beach, Model 10-A Feb. 44. Furnace, Oil, Drill Steel, ngersoll Rand, Model 27-F Sep. 44. Preparation for Export Sharpener Drill-Steel Pneumatic-Driven ngersoll-rand Model Sep. 44. Drifter Drill, Pneumatic, Wagon Mounted, ngersoll-rand, Model X-71, WD (on FM 2 Wagon) Jan. 44. Sharpener, Chain Saw, Gasoline Engine-Driven Disston, Model G-C Jan. 44. Saw, Chain, Portable, Gasoline Engine-Driven 36-in. Blade, Disston, Model G Dec. 43. Sharpener, Chain Saw, Gasoline Engine Driven, Lofstrand, Model GLS Sept. 44. Preparation for Export, Grinder, Detachable Drill-Steel Bit Air Motor-Driven ngersoll. Rand, Model JA-3. ' Mar. 44. Grinder, Pneumatic, Rotary-Type l 5 x -in. Vitrified 8 x -in. Organic Wheel, ngersoll. Rand Model 4-G Feb. 44. Generator Set, Portable, Diesel, Base mounted, 30-KW, 127/220-Volt 3-Phase, 60 Cycle or 230/440-Volt 3-Phase, 50 Cycle, Ready Power, Model RD-14A Jan. 44. Generator Set, Portable, Diesel, Skid Mounted, 15-KW, 127/220 Volt, 3-Phase, 60-Cycle, or 230/400-volt, 3-phase 50-cycle, Ready Power, Model Rd-GA. 5-1i Aug. 44. Generator Set, Portable, Gasoline-En gine Driven, Skid-Mounted, 172-Kilowatt, lt5-volt, -Phase, GO-Cycle, Homelite, Model HRUA '8 Mar. 44. Compressor, Air, Trailer-Mounted Steel Wheels, Diesel, 500-CFM, Chicago Pneumatic, Model 500, PO Jan. 44. Generator Set, Portable, Diesel, Skid Mounted, 100-kw, Volt,' 3-Phase, 60-Cycle. or. 230/400-Volt, 3-Phase, 50-Cycle, Murphy, Model ME (i Jan. 44. Compressor, Air, Skid-Mounted Gasoline, 105 CFM, Je Roi, Model105-GA Jan. 44. Compressor, Air,Gasoline, Truck Mounted, 105-cfm, LeRoi Model 105-GA, 272-Ton, 6 x '---.--l 'j, l r

30 DATE, TTLE,AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND «HANGES ENGNEERS-Continued TB Apr. 44. Compressor, Air, Portable, Gasoline 11l-cfm. Quincy, Model "1 16 Feb. 44. Compressor, Air, Trailer-Mounted, Steel Wheels, Diesel, 315-CFM, ngersoll-rand, Model K Feb. 44. Compressor, Air, Trailer-Mounted Pneumatic Tires, Gasoline Engine-Driven 60-CFM ngersoll-rand Model 6R Dec. 43. Welder, Electric Arc, Gasoline Engi~e Driven 300 AMP, Skid-Mounted, Hobart, Model GR 300S Dec. 43. Trailer, Tilting-Type, Searchlight, 60 in. 4-wheel, Fruehauf, Model 1131, Type M-l Dec. 43. Searchlight, 60-inch, General Electric, Models 1940, 1941, 1941A, 1942, 1942:A Dec. 43. Winch, Barrage Balloon, Portable, Low Altitude, U. S. Type, Wilson, W-3 M-1 and W-4 M-l Dec. 43. Winch, Barrage Balloon, Portable, Very Low Altitude, U. S. Type, Franks or Benson, Model M-1, Power-Operated July 44. Motor, Outboard, 22 HP, Johnson, POLR Dec. 43. Motor, Outboard, with Chest and 'Spares, 50 to 55-hp. Evinrude, Model Dec. 43. Boat, Utility, Power, 18 Ft. Pen-Yan Model AT July 44. Handling 45-nch Treadways with Crane, Truck-Mounted, Bridge Erector, Hydraulic Operated, Daybrook, Model M--A Dec. 43. Crane, 'Tractor-Operated, Nonrevolving 40,000-lb. Capacity at 10-ft. Radius, 20 ft. boom LeTourneau Model M Feb. 44. Trailer, 2-Wheet, Utility, Pole-type, 2% ton type, nfantry, Raft Equipment and/or Pneumatic Bridge Equipment, Deere, Model D Dec. 43. Sweeper, Rotary Broom 3-Wheel Trailer-Mounted, Gasoline, Two-way sweeping, 30-in., x 8 ft. brush, Grace, Model MBlOO Jan. 44. Sweeper, Rotary-Broom, Tractor Mounted and Powered, One-Way Sweeping, 30-in., x 7-ft. Hough, Model K Jan. 44. Traile.r, Dump, Towed-Type, 2-Wheel, %-ton, Converto., Mar. 44. ce Plant, Gasoline Engine-Driven, 1 Ton, York, Model V Dec. 43. Refrigeration Equipment, Automatic Control, Gasoline Engine-Driven, U. S. Thermo Control, Model OCE-300-FLG-A May 44. Trailer, Tilting-Type, 4-Ton, For Light Tractor, Commercial Shearing and Stamping Co Dec. 43. Cleaning Unit, Steam, Shop Wheel Mounted, Oil Burning, One-Gun Nozzle-controlled, Homestead, Model JM Dec. 43. Mower, Tractor-Drawn, Cutter Bar type, Steel tired, 7-ft. cutter Bar, Case Model Jan. 44. Auger, Earth Skid-Mounted, Gasoline, Highway Trailer Co. Model HDM-S Dec. 43. Pump, Deep Well, Gasoline Engine Driven, for Gasoline, Turbine Type, 4-in. Discharge, 150-gpm, at 150-ft. Head, Cook, Model P TB Dec. 43. Hoist, Gasoline, Double-Drum, 4-ton Jaeger, Model-2A, Dixie Special Sept.' 44. Preparation for Export, Semitrailer, Low-Bed, with Dolly, 20-Ton, LaCrosse, Model DF : Dec. 43. Crane, Truck-Mounted, Diesel, or Gasoline, 10 ton, 314 cu. yd., Thew, Model MC-8, (10-ton). * Dec. 44. New Data and Parts for Sprayer, Paint, Pneumatic, Portable, with Compressor, Gasoline- Ellgine-Driven, Wheelbarrow Type, with' Two S. Gallon Galvanized Steel Tanks, and Accessories, Binks, Model' E-2 (Engine, KieKhaefer Model KBG F) Dec. 43. Shop, Engineer, Motorized, General Purpose Dec. 43. Shop Engineer, Motorized, Electrical Repair April 44. Drag, Snow, Rectangular, 28-ft. Wide, Blaw-Knox. * Jan. 45. Tropicalization of Land Odograph Ml in the Field. * Dec. 44. New Data for 9dograph, Land, 6-Voit, with Cables for nstallation in Truck 14-Ton, 4 x 4, Monroe Model M-l. 5' Nov. 44. Barracks, Portable, Sectional, all wood, insulated, procedure for erection with 47 packages Oct. 44. Erection nstructions for Building Shell, Tropical, Precut, Complete, 20 by 54 ft Oct. 44. Erection,. nstructions for Building, Shell, Tropical, Precut, Complete, 110 by 405 ft April 44. Preparation for Export Spare Parts for Corps of Engineers Equipment Jan. 44. Technical Data for Grading, Excavating and Earth Moving Eqrlipment Jan. 44. Technical Data for Asphalt Plants and P'ugmill Mixing Plants Jan. 44. Technical Data for Air Compressors Jan. 44. Technical Data for Bitumen & Water Distributing Equipment, Kettles, Sweepers, Aggre- gate Spreaders '12 Jan. 44. Technical Data for Electrical Equipment Jan. 44. Technical Data for Snow Removal Equipment April 44. Technical Data for Maintenance Tools and Equipment Jan. 44. Technical Data for Road Rollers Jan. 44. Technical Data for Construction Tools ~10 23 Jan. 44. Technical Data for Gravel Pit & Quarry Equipment July 44. Tractors and Tractor Attachments. * Oct. 44. Technical Data for Pumps July 44. Technical Data for Gas Welding Equipment Oct. 44. Technical Data for Hoisting Equipment May 44. Preparation for Export of Engine, Gasoline, 13-hp, Continental Motors, Model Y91. ENG 1 28 Dec. 43. Sanitary Fill Method of Disposing of Garbage and Refuse. ENG Dec. 43. Effect of Projectiles on Concrete Pill- MA&.

31 '1:--~-~----,~. 111lt1BEB ~.~' r. " DATE, TlTLl Al'fD CHANGES ENGNEERS-Continued Tll -. ENq!3 ".1, Jan. 44-.Assembly nstructionllc: Pipe, Culvert, ron or Steel, Galvanized, Nestable. ENG.". 12 Jean. 44. Armoring Engineer Tractors. ENGS 2 Feb. 44. Block Plot 'Control Adjustments. Multiplexin.Map.ltevisi~n. Typical Map Revision Problems. E~-G6 '1 Feb. 44. Bomb.Tests on Building Prototype. EltG7,0 4 Feb. 44. UBe of Explosives in Excavation of Gun Emplacements. ENG' 5 Feb Methods 01 Paning Underwater and Beach Ob8ta.cles. ENG 9 i Mar. 44. Bulldozer, Tank Mounting for M4Al, M4A2,.M4A3 Tanks. ENG 10 7 :Mar. 44. Report of Bomb Tests on Shelters. EN.G 11 6 Mar. 44. Anti-Friction Bearing, Care, Storage. '. and Adjustment. ENG 1. 15, MM. M.l Stock-Pile Ra.ilw01l,and Highwa,y... Bridges. ENG Mar. 44. Waterproofing of Engineer Equipment. 'for Deep~Water Fording and Limited Operations. ENG Apr. 44. :E'rocessing and Packing for Export. Pipe Culver, ron or Steel Nestable (18 to 54-in. Dia. inc.) ENG 151 Apr. 44. Military Traffic Signal and Reproduction Equipment. C 1. ENG Apr. 44. Light Aerial Tramway M2. ENG1'1 ~5 April Reddy Fox Charge. ENG 18 1 May 44.' Surveys, Methods of Plotting and Earthwork Computations For Airdrome!. ENG 19 3 May 44. Expedient Use of Standard Fixed-Bridge Equipment For Crossing Vehicle! Exceeding Limits Given in AR ENG ~O 9 May 44. Cutting and Assembling Wood Pipe in the Field. ENG 21 1 May 44. Report of Bomb Tests On Protective Walls. ENG 22 6 May 44. ARC Switch Maintenance For Searchlight, 60-inch, General Electric, Model 1940, 1941, 1941A. 1942, and 1942A. ENG May 44. Bulldozer, Tank Mounting, M4, M4Al, M4A2, M4A3, and M4A4 Tanks. EN<;24 2 June 44. Compensation. Maintenance, and Repair of Pioneer 1830 Vehicular Compass. ENG 25 3 June 44. Straightening Steel by Contraction. ENG 26 3 June 44. Tubing, Radio Active, Luminous, Vinylite. ' ENG27 8 June 44. Repair of Pneumatic Floats. ENG 2820 June 44. Cap Crimper M2. ENG June 44. Repair of Strafing Damage to Floating, Bridges. ENG June 44. Use of Flyer's Armor in Engineer Operations. ENG Sl SO June 44. Stream Crossing in High-Veloeity Currents. ENG 32 8 July 44. Piles and Pile Driving.. ENG SSA 22 July 44. Disassembly and Loading of Standard Engineer Equipment for Transport in C-47 Cargo Plane. ENG 84 SAug. 44. Hand-Placed Charges Against Beach. and Under-water Obstacle...- lthis Techncal Bulletin is dietributed onl" to interesteel headlluarters and to individuals 'thoee dutiee relluire that the" have it. Thls Technical Bulletin aun be s&fepuded n accordance with provisions of AB SO-i. 80 J(UMBEB DATE, T'rLE AND CHANGES,TB.. ENG Aug. 44. ssue of Plain Mineral Oil for Two ",Cycle Gasoline Engines. ENG 37 2 Sept. 44. Flame-Resistant Emulsifiable Compound For Fabrics... ENG Sept. 44. nspections and Preventive Mainte nance Services for Domestic, Reach-n, and Walk-n. Mess Hall Refrigerators. ENG Sept Safe Handling of Compressed Gases. E.NG Sept. 44. Fixed Alpine Path. C 1. ENG Sep. 44. Bulldozer, Tank Mounting, ForM4A2 and M4A3 Tanks, 1944 Series..ENG Sept. 44. Expedient Snow and ce Roads. ENG 43 4 Oct. 44. Use of Drums for Culvert Construction. ENG Oct. 44. Outriggers for % Cubic-Yard Quick- Way Crane Coleman and Brockway Truck-Mounted. ENG Oct. 44. Standard Steel Derricks For Erection of Railway Bridges. ENG Oct. 44. Rafting. ENG Oct. 44. Snake, Demolition, M2Al. ENG 48 2 Nov. 44. Medium Cableway. ENG49 8 Nov. 44 Under"water Cutting & Welding. -ENG Nov. 44. Face Paint for ndividual Camo11f\ap. ENG Nov. 44. Aids to Blackout Driving. ENG Nov. 44. Bridging and Rafts to lupport HeaV1" Tank T26E1. ENG Nov. 44. Detonating Cord Clip Ml. "'ENG 54 Jan. 45. Blast-Driven Earth Rod Set No. 1. "'ENG 55 Jan. 45. Use of Land-Clearing Equipment Mar. 44. Elementary Map and Aerial Photograph Reading Feb. 44. Map Template M-2. MEDCAL MED 1 16 Dec Oxygen Therapy Apparatus, Closed Cir~ cuit: Boothy-Lovelace (Medical Department tem No ).. ;MED 2 3 Jan. 44. Medical Procedures to be Followed at Reception Stations or Other Designated Facilities for Troops Returning from Foreign Duty. MED 3 11 Jan. 44. W.D., M.D. Form No. 78a (Patient'. Record of Syphilis Treatment). MED 4 14 Jan. 44. Professional Medical Films. MED 6 15 Jan. 44. Data from Field on Malaria Control. MED 7 15 Jan. 44. ndicating Place of Admission on w.n., M.D. Forms 52. MED 8 22 Jan. 44. Trichomonas Vaginalis Vaginitis. MED Feb. 44. Penicillin. MED Feb. 44. Coordination of Physical and Surgical Therapy of Orthopedic and Amputation Cases. MED Feb. 44. nfluenza. MED Feb. 44. Lecture Outlines for Officers on Personnel Adjustment Problema. MED 14 3 Mar. 44. The use of DDT as a mosquito larvicide. MED 15 7 Mar. 44. Standard Terms for Diagnosea. MED 16 6 Mar. 44. Penicillin Treatment of Resistant Gon, \ orrhea. MED Mar. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Dutch New Guinea MED Mar. 44. Facilities Provided for Tissue Path-' ology in U. S. Army.

32 }fuhber DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES MEDCAL-Continued TB MED Mar. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on the Mariana slands. MED Mar. 44. Lecture Outlines for Enlisted Men on Personal Adjustment Problems. MED Mar. 44. Reduction of Fractures During Fluoroscopic Exposure. MED Mar. 44. Food and Nutrition. MED Mar. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on the Kurile slands. MED Mar. 44. Classification of Foods, and Factors For Conversion of Unit Packages to Pounds For Use in Dietary Analysis of Rations.. MED Mar. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data On The Aegean slands. MED 27 6 April 44. Medical and Sanitary Data On Germany. MED 29 4 April 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Norway. MED 30 8 April 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Formosa. MED April 44. Scrub Typhus Fever. MED April 44. nduction Station Neuropsychiatric Examination. MED April 44. Health Hazards from ndustrial Solvents. MED 'April 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Belgium. MED April 44. nstructions for Operating Kit, Water _ Testing, Poisons, Treatment Control. C 1. MED 38 3 May 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on France. MED 39 8 May 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on the Netherlands. MED May 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Albania. MED May 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on The Palau slands. MED May 44. Data from the Field on Malaria Control. MED May. 44. Local Anesthetic Agent. MED May 44. dentification of Full Acrylic Dentures-Dental.. MED May 44. Notes on Certain nfectious Diseases. MED May 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Kamchatka. MED May 44. Control of Disease of Respiratory System and Other Diseases Transmitted by Discharge from Respiratory Tract. MED May 44. Management of Neurosyphilis. C 1, 2. MED May 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Rumania. MED May 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on the, Caroline slands. MED June 44. Medical and Sanitary Data, Denmark. MED June 44. Emergency Feeding of nfants, Chilo. dren. and Other Special Groups of Civil Populations. MED June Sweden. Medical and Sanitary Data on. MED June H. 1 ze1'land. Medical and Sanitary Data on Swit. lthi. Technical Bulletin is distributed only to nterested headquarter "d to. individuals whose duties require that they have it. This Technical Bulletin must be safolruarded in accordance with provi.ion. of All 886-li. 81 TB MED56 :22 June Medical and Sanitary Datatm Poy.. tugal. MED June 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Guam. MED June 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on 'Bul- garia. MED June 44. Medcal and Sanitary Data on Aus-' tria. C 1. MED June 44. Use of Para-Aminobenzoic Acid in Bacteriological Culture Media. MED June 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Crete. MED 62 1 July 44. Excessive X-Radiation Exposures During Roentgenography and Roentgenoscopy. MED 64 5 July H. 1 Medical awl Sanitary Data on Turkey. MED 65 3 July 44. Drug Suppressive Treatment of Malaria. MED July 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Celebes. MED July 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Philippine slands. MED July 44. Notes on Certain Diseases of the Chest. MED July 44. Treatment of Clinical Malaria and Malarial Parasitemia. MED July 44. Electroencephalography: Operative Technique and nterpretation. MED Oct. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on the - Lesser Sunda and Southwestern slands.. MED July 44. Neurological Diagnosti~ Techniques. MED 77 2 Aug. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Burma. MED 78 4 Aug. 44. Taking of Blood Specimens. MED 79 5 Aug. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Eritrea. MED 80 3 Aug. 44, R~conditioning Program for Neuropsychiatric Patients. C 1. MED 81 4 Aug. 44. Trench Foot. C 1. MED 82 8 Aug. 44. Sand-Fl.y (Pappataci, Philebotomus) Fever. MED 83 7 Aug. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on the zu, Bonin, Kazan, and Marcus slands. *MED Aug. 44. Treatment Program for Psychiatric Patients in Station and General Hospitals. MED Aug. 44. nfluenza Vaccine. MED Aug. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on French ndo-china. MED 87 2:3 Aug, 44. Data on Malaria Control. MED Aug. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Khararovsk Krai and Maritime Krai (Far Eastern Territory) U. S. S. R. (Excluding Kamchatka Oblast). MED 89 2 Sept. 44. Plonidal Cyst and Sinus. MED 90 6 Sept. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Algeria. MED 91 7 Sept. 44. Mountmg Corrective Lenses:. in Welder's Goggles. MED Sept. 44. 'Preparation of Part X, Communicable Diseases, of W.D.; M.D. Form No. 86ab. MED Sept. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on the Dodecanese slands. MED Sept. 44. Neuropsychiatry For General Medical Officer. MED Sept. 44. Medical' and Sanitary Data on Brit- sh Malaya. MED Sept. 44. Treatment of Gonorr~ea. MED Sept. 44. Rheumatic Fever. MED 98 3 Oct. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Tunisia. MED 99 1 Oct. 44. Life oi.' Photoroentgen Films.

33 .. i DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES MEDCAL-Continued ;TB' MED 100' 4 Oct. 44. WAC' Recruiting Station Neuropsy. 'chiatric Examination. MED Oct. 44. Use of Bal in Oil and Bal Ointment in Treatment Of Systemi Poisoning Caused by Lewisite and Other Arsenical Blister Gases. MED Oct. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Java. MED los 10 Oct 44. Group Psychotherapy. MED'105 H Oct. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on the Andaman and Nicobar slands. MED'i061"l OCt. 44. Penicillin Treatment of Syphilis. MED OCt. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Czecho.. ' slovakia. MED Oct. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on the' Ryukyu slands. MED10928 Oct. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Ceylon. MED Nov. 44..Medical and Sanitary Data on the 'Ma.rshall slands. C 1. MED Nov. 44. Sulfadiazine Prophyla~is of Acute, Respiratory Diseases. MED Nov. 44. mmunization. MED 115 '14 Nov. 44. Clinical Psychological Service in Army Hospitals. MED,11618 Nov. 44. Use of War Wound Moulages <in Teaching Emergency Medical Care and First Aid. MED1l7 Nov. 44. Electrical Requirements for X-ray Apparatus in the Field or in Tempo!ary nstallations. MED 118 Nov. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Hainan. MED 119 Nov. 44. Bacillary Dysentery. "'MED 120 Dec. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Sumatra. MED 121 Dec. 44.' mpregnation of Clothing with nsect Repellent (Dimethyl Phthalate) "'MED 122 Dec: 44. Physical Therapy for Amputees. MED 123 Dec. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Azores. MED 124 Dec. 44. Plague. "'MED 125 Dec. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Corsica. "'MED 126 Dec. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on Palestine and Trans-Jordan. "'MED 127 Jan. 45. Preventive Maintenance Services for X-Ray Field Unit Generator. (tem No Onan Models No. OTC-:38 and OTe-S8S.) MED 128 Dee. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on the Levant States (Greater Syria). "'MED 129 Jan. 45. Medical and Sanitary Data on the. Gold Coast. "'MED 130 Dec. 44. Medical and Sanitary Data on British Somaliland. "'MED 131 Jan. 4&. Treatment of Respiratory Depression and Asphyxia. "'MED 132 Jan. 45. Medical and Sanitary Data on talian Somaliland.. "'MED 133 Jan. 45. Suspensioh-Traction Treatment of Fractures. ORDNANCE 9-172K-3 6 Mar. 44. Pump Motor (Westinghouse) for Light Tank, M3 and M5 Series, Hydraulic Traversing Mechanism (Oilgear) "' Nov. «. Trainer, Machine Gun. Caliber.SO, T9. 82 TB Mar. 44. Trainer, Machine gun, AA. M9; Lubri. cation of breaker transmission. ' May 44. Linhr-Delinker, Hand, Cal..50, M Sept. 44. Browning Machine Gun Cal..50, M2,. Aircraft<; Blank Firing Attachment and New Components to mprove Functioning Sept. 44. Cook-OfflJ in Caliber.50 M2 Aircl'aft Browning Machine Guns Nov. 44. Gun, Machine, Browning, Caliber.50, M2, Aircraft Fixed and Flexible: nstructions for nspection FE1 20 Nov. 44. Special Cover Latch, Cal..50, M2, Aircraft Machine Gun May mm Antiaircraft Guns: Malfunction of Equilibrator Springs June 44. Mount, Combination Gun, M54 and Mount, Combination Gun, M54C Sept. 44. Mount, Combination Gun, M42, Adjustment of Machine Gun Foot Firing 'Mechanism (M3El) April 44. Gun, 40-mm, M1: Flash Hider Assembly Aug. 44. Gun, 40-mm, M1, 400 MPH Sights for Sighting System M ~1 21 Feb mm Antiaircraft Gun Mount M May 44. Shotguns, 12-Gage, All Types: Trap and Skeet Loads Oct. 44. Precautions for Firing 2.36 nch Rocket Launchers. * Nov. 44. Reflecting Sight Assembly D for 2.36-nch Rocket Launchers M9 and M9Al OCt. 44. Gun, 57-mm, Mi, Carriage, Gun, 57 mm M1, M1A1, M1A2, M1A3 and M2; Lubrictlition nstructions FE1 9 Nov. 44. Carriage, Gun, 57-mm, M2; Modification of Sight Flap June 44. Stabilizer Circuit Tester, Operating nstructions. 9:" July 44. Adjustment of Trigger of Cal..80 Machine Gun, Mounted Coaxially in Combination Gun Mount M34Al in Medium Tank Mil Series (75-mm). / May 44. Gun, Subcaliber, 37-mm, T34 (For 76 mm Guns M1A1 and M1A2 on Gun Motor Carriage M18) July 44. Blackout Light-System for 75-mm Howitzer Carriage MB July 44. Carriage, Howitzer, Pa,ck, 75-mm, Ml; Changes in Requirements for Draft Equipment May 44. Howitzer, Pack, M1, M1Al; Carriage, Howitzer, (Pack), 75-mm, Ml; and Carriage, Howitzer, 75-mm M3A2 and M3A3: Lubrication nstructions May 44. Gun, Subcaliber, 37-mm, T36 (For g. nch Gun M.5 on Carriage M1A1 or M6) Jan. 44. Carriage, Gun, 3-nch, M1 and M6 Operation of Respirator on 105-mm Howitzer Carriage M2A May 44. Gun, Subcaliber, 37-mm, T86 (For 8 nch Gun M5 on Carriage M1Al or M6). * Nov. 44. Gun, 3-nch, M5 and Carriage, Gun, 3-nch, Ml and M6: Lubrication. t Feb. 44. Trailer; Ammunition M0: Subltitution of Til'eL

34 DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES DATE; TTLE AND CHANGES ORDNANCE-Continued TB Aug. 44. Howitzer, 8-nch, M1; Carriage Howitzer, 8-nch, M1: Limber, Carriage, Heavy, M2 and M5:' Lubrication nstructions :Mar. 44. Equivalent Serville 'Rounds for 8~nch Gun M1 : ncrease in Accuracy Life by Use of Reduced and Normal Charg~. 9~ Jan. 44. Carriage, Gun, 155-mm, and M1A1: Safety Precautions to be Observed when. Placing Gun in Firinj< or Traveling Position. 9'::' Mar. 44. Firing PlatfOlm M1 (For 155-mm Gun Carriage M1). 9';"3'50.::.6 10 Aug. 44. Gun, 155-mm, M1 and M1A1: Carriage, Gun, 155-mm, M1; and Limber, Carriage, Heavy, M2, and M5; Lubrication nstructions Aug. 43. Mount, Gun, Antiaircraft, 90-mm, M1 and M1A1: Replacement of Covers Aug. 44. Mount, Gun, Antiaircraft,90-mm, M2: Lubrication of Elevating Worm and Worm Wheel. * Dec MM Gun and Mount M2: Care and Preservation of Fuze Setter-Rammer M July 44. Gun, 4.7-nch M1 and Mount, Gun, 4.7 ljch AA, M1: Fuze Setter M ::.1 23 Aug. 44. Pr<\iector, Target Rocket, M1: nspections and Precautions Prior to Firing May 44. Launcher, Rocket, 4.5-nch, M Oct. 44. Recoil. Oil (Light) for 6-nch Gun M July 44. Range Finder M7. * Dec. 44. Winterizing Kit M10 for Generating Unit M FE1 1 July 44. Car, Scout, M3A1; nstallation of Shoe Protector Plate May 43. Carrier, Personnel Half~Track M5; Car, Half-track, M9A1; Carriage, Motor, multiple gun M14; Bending transmission gear shift lever Jan. 44. Half-Track Vehicles (White, Autocar, & Diamond T): Maintenance of Steering Arm and Steering Spindle, Studs and Nuts May 44. Half-Track Vehicles (White, Autocar and Diamond T); Replacement of Front Fender Stowage Straps May 44. Half-Track V-ehicles (White, Autocar. & Diamond T): Trouble Shooting Piston Lock and Seizure Sept. 44. Correct Torque Reading When Tight ening Cylinder Head Cap Screws on Half-Track Vehicles. (White. Autocar, and Diamond T) Sept. 44. Half-Track Vehicles (White, Autocar, and Diamond T) List of Equipment Sept. 44. Half~track Vehicles (White, Autocar and Diamond T): nstallation of Replacement En~ine Equipped with Radio Suppression A May 43. Car, Half-Track, M2: Location of Radio Mounting Holes. ~-'f10-fe1 10 June 44. Carriage, Motor, Multiple Gun, M16: Enlarging Tarpaulin Jan Tank, Heavy, M6, M6A1 and M6A2: Exhaust System Mainteuanqe April 44. Tank, Light, T9E1: nstallation of. Turret for Emer~ency Firing of 37-mm Gun April 44. Tank, Light, T9E1: Rerouting of Turret nterphone Wiring. -;::;;ck depleted, not to be reprinted. 33 TB Aug. 44. Tank, Light T9E1; List of Equip.ent ~ 21 Sept. 44. Tank, Light,M22 (T9E1); New Type Bogie Spring Plunger Blocks and Hardened Steel Washers~ April 44. Tank, Light, M3A1,M3A3: Lubri. cation nstructions Aug. 44. Tank, Light, M3A1and M3A3: List of Equipment Sept. 44. Tank, Light, M24; Chang~ in Engine gnition Timing Procedure FE-1 5 Oct. 44. Tank, Light, M24; Reinforcement of Front Torsion Bar Cushion Stop Brackets. * Nov. 44. Tank, light, M24: Hydrostatic Lock A-14 4 Mar. 44. Tank, Medium, M4A1:. Towing c.. ble Locks A June 44. Tank, Medium, M4 alld MUll nstrument Panel Engine Hour Meter E-8 18 Feb. 44. Carriage, Motor, 105-mll Howitzer, M7: Lubrication nstructions G-4 29 May Carriage, Motor, 3-n. Gun, MOAll nterference Between The.. Rear Engine Compartment Door Bolts and The Engine Oil Gage Sendinr Unit G Feb. 44. Carriage, Motor, 3-nch Gun. M10A1 Extension of Surge Tank Overflow Pipe AA-1 25 Jan. 44. Medium Tank M4 (76-mm Gun and 105-mm Howitzer, 1944 Model): Operating nstructions B Aug. 44. Carriage, Motor, 75-mm. Howitzer. M8: List of Equipment Feb. 44. Tank, Light. M5A1: Emergency gnition Switch Nov. 44. Tanks, Light, M5 and M5A1, List of Equipment Sept. 44. Tank, Medium, T23j List of Equipment FE1 3 July 44. Vehicle, Tank Recovery, M32 Series: To Provide Clearance for \Vinch Cable Aug. 44. Vehicle, Tank Recovery M31; List of Equipment Jan. 44. Car, Armored. Light, 1\18; Car, Armored, Utility, M20: New Type C)'linder Head Gasket JXD Hercules Engine May 44. Car, Armored, Light M8 (T22E2) (Ford); Car, Armored, Utility,_ M20: Replacement of Front Springs ~O June 44. Car, Armored, Light,M8: Use of Telescope M54 with 37-mm Gun M Sept. 44. Car, Armored, Light M8; and Car. Armored, Utility, M20; Periodic nspection of Flywheel Bell Housing FE 1 23 June 44. Car, Armored, Light, MS; Car, Armored Utilitv M20; nstallation of Drain Troughs 'on Engi~e Compartment Cover A-2 22 April 44. Carriage, Motor, 37-mm Gun, 'M6: Lubrication nstructions Sept. 44. Carriage, Motor, 155-mm Gun, M12 and Carrier, Cargo, M30 (T14): List of Equipment Dec. 43. Carriage, Motor, 76-mm Gun T70: Adjustment of Right Steering Brake Lever Jan. 44. Carriage. Motor, 76-mm Gun, T70: Cot'o rect Battery Connections Jan. 44. Carriage, Motor, 76-mm Gun, T70: Gun Traveling Lock.

35 ...,------~-:-----,..T-- _.,.. l'umljer DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES. ORDNA;NCE-Continued TB Jan. 44. Carri~ge, Motor, 76-mm Gun, T70: Correction of Floor Plate Latch '11 Jan. 44. Carriage, Motor, 76-mm Gun, T70: Correct Differential Lubricants. '9'-' Jan. 44. Carriage, Mooor, 76-mm Gun, T70: Loose Transmission and Differential Oil Cooler Fan. '9-' June 44. Carriage, Motor 76-mm Gun, M8 (T70) (Continental R975-Cl and C4 Engines) : Governo:c Adjustment Aug. 44. Carriage, Motor, 76-mm Gun~ M8; Vehicle,Utility, Armored, T41: Stowage of Tools and Equi'pment on Vehicle Feb. 44. Medium Tan"k M4A3: Operating n structions FE 1 26 Sept. 44. Tank, Medium, M4A3 (75-mm Gun,' Wet): mproving accessibility of lubrication fitting on clutch housing. 9-7~-FE 1 6 July 44. Trailer, Bomb, M5: nterference of, Caster Wheels with Lunette Adjusting Handle. 9-76o-FE 2 30 Sept. 44. Trailer, bomb, M5: ncreasing lubricant capacity of transmission Jan. 43. Bomb Service Truck M6 (Ch.evrolet); Bomb lift Truck Ml July 44. Truck, Trailer, 40-Ton Tank Trans porter, M25: Replacement of Hot Rolled Steel Bead lock Stud with Chromium-Nickel Steel Stud FE 10 Aug. 44. Semitrailer, M5 (Component of 40-Ton Tank Transporter Truck Trailer M25): Re moving nterference Between Sheave and Web of Removable Roller Assembly Oct. 44. Truck, Trailer, 40-Ton Tank Trans porter M25; Correct Winch Brake Operation and Adjustment Feb. 44. Operating nstructions for Cargo Carrier M29C May 44. Carrier, Cargo, M29 (T24); Lubrication of Universal Joints. 9-'772-FE 1 7 Sept. 44. Carrier, Cargo M29 and M29C; ncreasing Lubricant Capacity of Transmission FE 2 27 Oct. 44. Carrier, Cargo, M29, Conversion of 15-inch type track Suspension to 20-inch Type Track Suspension. * Nov. 44. Carrier, Cargo, M29: Change in Oil Specifications on the Vehicle dentification Plate Aug: 44. Tractor, Snow, M7; List of Equip ment Mar. 44. Vehicle, Landing.. Tracked, Unarmored, Mk LVT (2) and Armored Mk LVT (A) (2): ncreased, Gun Mount M35, Armament July 44. Vehicle, Landing, Tracked (Unarmored), Mk LVT (2); Rubber Self-Sealing Fuel. Tanks Sept. 44. Cold Weather Operation for Tracked Landing Jehicles Nov. 44. Vehicle, Landing, Tracked (Armored) MK, LVT (A) (1); List of Equipment Aug. 44. Vehicle, landing, tracked, MK V, LVT (4) List of Equipment. *9-786-FE 1 2 Nov. 44. Tractor, High-Speed, S-Tol'l, M5: Shearing of Cap Screws COnnecting Fender Side Sheets to Final Drives Jan. 44. Operating nstructions for 38-Ton High Speed Tractor M6. 14 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES TB Aug. 44. Tractor, Highsp~oo, 38-Ton, M6 (Allis Chalmers): Lunette for Towing,Transport Wagon. 9-=790A-l 13 July Ton Platform Trailer (Athey), Models' ES-451 and BT-898-4, Modified. 9c Jan. 44. Truck, Wrecking, Heavy, Ml (Kenworth, Series 5): mproved Mounting of Crane Mounting Brackets on Chassis Crane. 9-8pl-4 24 June 43. Truck, 2lh-Ton, 6 x 6 (GMC): Removal of Distributor Suppressor Filter ana Wire Assembly Jan. 44. Truck, 2lh-Ton, 6 x 6 (GMC): Electri; Brake Control. 9-S April 44. Truck, 2lh-Ton, 6 x 6 (GMC): Electric Brake Controls. 9-S01-FE 20 Oct. 44. Truck, 2lh-TQn, 6.x 6, (GMC CCKW~352); Relocation of Brake Hydrovac Air Cleaner Aug. 43. Truck, Amphibian, 2lh-Ton, 6 x 6; Stern Compartment Floor Board Reinforcement Aug. 43. Truck, 'Amphibian, 2lh-Ton, 6 x 6 nspection of Winch Shear Pin Hole Feb. 44. Truck, Amphibian, 2lh-Ton, 6 x 8. (GMC Model Dukw-353): Axle Propeller Shaft Water Baffles :"-S 30 Sept. 44. Truck, 2Y2-Ton 6 x6amphibian (GMC DUKW-353): Correcting Corrosion andwaterproofing Procedure Oct. 44. Truck, 2%-Ton, 6 x 6 Amphibian (GMC DUKW-353); Hull Drainage and Ventilation; Bilge Pump Valve Manifold Cold Weather Precautions. *' Oct. 44. Truck, Amphibian, 2lh-Ton, 6 x 6 (GMC DUKW-353): Additional Maintenance nstructions. *9-802-FE 1 27 Oct. 44. Truck, Amphibian, 2 1 h-ton (GMC DUKW-353): Emergency Field Maintenance July 43. Truck, :4-Ton, 4 x 4 (Ford GPW); Alinement of Carburetor Air Cleaner Tube with Air Cleaner Outlet Sept. 44. Truck, :4-Ton 4 x 4 (Willys and Ford) nstalling heavier front and rear Springs and longer spring clips FE 1 17 Aug. 44. Truck, *-Ton, 4 x 4 (Willys and Ford); Positive Crankcase Ventilation FE 2 19 Oct. 44. Truck, :4-Ton, 4 x 4 Willys MB, Ford GPW: nstallation of Adjustable Tension-Type Windshield Wiper. *9-S03-FE 3 9 Oct. 44. Truck, 1,4-Ton, 4 x 4: mprovised muffler. *9-S03-FE 4 ) Nov. 44. Truck, :4-Ton, 4 x (Ford, Willys): Differential Oil Seal Guard. * Nov. 44. Truck, :4-Ton, 4 x 4 (Willys and Ford) : nspection of Timing Chains and Sprockets Feb. 44. Truck, 2 1 h-ton, 6 x 6, (Studebaker) Winterization Kit WKT-l June 44. Operating nstructions for 2lh-Ton, 6 x 6 and 2%- to 5-Ton, 6 x 4 Reo Truck May 44. Truck, l}4-ton, 4 x 4, Command Reconnaissance and Carry-All (D04ge Model T214 Having 12-Volt Electrical System); Removal of Generator Regulator Field Terminal Filter July 44. Location & nstaliation of Ordnance Maintenance Sets A or B in %o-ton, 4 x 4, Truck, Wea.pons Carrier.

36 , DATE, TTLE AND CHANG~S DATE, T~TLE AND CHANGE. ORDNANCE-Continued 'TB ,29 Jan. 44. Truck, l*-ton, 6 x 6, (Dodge): Un~ authorized Use of "217" (cu. in.) Engine June 44. Truck, 5-Ton, 4 x 2, Tractor (nternational Harvester Models H and H ): Correct Wiring of Trailer Light Socket May 44. Truck, 6-Ton, 6 x 6 (White, Corbitt, and Brockway); Trouble Shooting Piston Lock and Seizure May 44. Truck, 6-Ton, 6 x 6 (Brockway Model B666, White Model 666LWB and Corbitt Model 50SD-6); Defective Water Pump Grease Cups FE-l 16 Sept. 44. Truck, 6-Ton, 6 x 6 (Brockway) (w/quickway Crane w/winch) ; Elimination of Airline Fractures on Storage Tanks Aug. 43. Truck, 7*-Ton, 6 x 6 Prime Mover (Mack) Operating nstructions. * Oct. 44. Truck, 10-Ton, 6 x 4 (Mack Model, NR): tems to be Disassembled Periodically for Lubrication by Ordnance Personnel. * Dec. 44. Truck, 2lJ2~Ton, 4 x 2 (Federal Models 2G, Dump and 3G, Telephone Maintenance) : List of' Equipment FE 1 3 July 44. Truck, 2 1 h-ton, 4 x 2 (Federal Model 2G): Front. Fender and Running Board Failures. 9..., Oct. 42. Use of Solvent, Dry-Cleaning May 43. Lubricants and Motor Fuels: Addition of Gum Solvents Forbidden Mar. 44. Waterproofing Canvas and Duck Used for Tarpaulins, Tops, Curtains, Covers, etc., for Military V~hicles and Artillery Material July 44. Recoil Oil (Special) Replacement For Recoil Oil (Heavy). * July 44.. Use of Dry-Cleaning Solvent. * Nov. 44. Use of Additives in Motor Fuels Engine Oils, and Gear Lubricants. * Nov. 44. Scooter, Motor, 2-Wheel, Airborne (Crushman Model 53): Correct Tire Pressure June 44. Motorcycle, Solo, (Harley-Davidson Model WLA); nstallation of Front Wheel Hub Cone, Grease Seal, and Dowels in Rear Wheel Sprockets Feb. 44. Trailer, 1-Ton Payload, 2-Wheel Cargo and 250-Gal. Water Tank: Correct Traveling Position of Retractable Landing Wheel Feb Ton Payload, 10-Ton Gross, 2-Wheel, 2,000 Gallon Fuel Tank Semitrailer '-2 19 Sept. 44. Carrier, Cargo, M28 (T15); List of Equipment June 44. Side Plate Clearance on Cal..50 Br,Owning Machine Gun June 44. Trigger Bar and Adjustable Trigger Bar Stop For Cal..50 M2 Machine Guns (All Types) '23 25 Aug. 44. Machine Guns, Caliber.50. M2 (All Types) Retracting Slide Lever Springs FE-1 14 Sept. 44. Feed Mechanism, 20-mm M1; Corrections to be Applied Sept. 44. Mounts, Combination Gun, MS4, Reducing Stoppages or Cal..50 Machine Gun. i-1240-fe 1 10 July 44. Gun, Automatic, 37-mm, M4: Trunnion Block Bushing. 85 TB 9-124S-4 17 Dec. 43. Gun, AT, 37-mm, M3 and M8A1a Erosion of Gun Tube S0-1 1 Jan. 42. Guns, Tank, 37-mm, MS and M6;Noninterchangeability of Tubes Nov. 42. Gun, Tank, 37-mm, M6:Removal of Extractor Plungers Feb. 44. Gun 40-mm, M1: Differences in Tube Assembly Components Made by U~ S. and British. * FE 1 30 Nov. 44. Gun, Automatic, 40-mrt, M1 (A.A.): Modification of Cover, Gun Breech; Rear, '; D July 42. Carriage, 40-mm Gun, M2 (AA): replacement of Fafnir Bearing with SKF Bearing Dec. 42. Carriage, Gun, 40-mm,M1 and M2, AA: Assembling Ball Bearing A FE 1 11 Nov. 44. Carriage, Gun, 40-mm, M1, M2 and M2A1; Leveling Jack Caps Feb. 44. Mount, Mortar, 60-mm, M2: Elimination of Lost Motion in Traversing Mechanism. *9-126Q,-FE 1 4 Dec. 44. Mortar, 81-mm M1: Reclamation of Firing Pin S-1 20 June 44. Gun, 7S-mm, M1897 and Modifications; Carriage, Gun, 75-mm, M1897A4, M2A1, M2A2, M2A3; Lubrication nstructions July 44. Gun, 76-mm, M1A1, 'M1A2, M1A8; Mount, Gun, 76-mm, M1; Mount, Combination Gun, M62: Lubrication nstructions July 44. Mount, Gun, Airplane, 7S-mm, M9. (T13E2): Replenisher Guard Support Aug. 44. Mount, Gun, Airplane, 7S-mrt, M9-: Counterrecoil Springs Oct. 44. Gun 3-inch, MS; Carriage, Gun, 8 inch M1 and M6; Lubrication nstructions S-FE-1 6 Nov. 44. Carriage, Howitzer, 105-mm, M2, M2A1, and M2A2; Reinforcement of Weakened Trail Spades June mm Howitzer M1; 4.S-nch Gun M1 and Carriages M1 and M1A1: Staking Screw. BCLXl.lEN Sept. 44. Carriage, Howitzer, 15S-mm, M1and M1A1; Repair of slide fastener on over-all covel' M Sept. 44. Carriage, Howitzer. 155-mm, M1, M1A1; Carriage, Gun, 4.5-in. M1 and M1A1; re'" placement of Broken Wheel Spindles Oct. 44. Carriage, Howitzer, 155-mm, M1 and M1A1 Carriage, Gun, 4.5 inch, M1 and M1A1; Replacement of Seal Between the Top and Bottom Carriage. * Dec. 44. Carriage, Howitzer, ls5-rom, Ml and M1A1; Carriage, Gun, 4.5-nch, M1 and M1A1: Correcting Breakage of Screws BCOX1.1AC on Elevating Mechanism Housing Covers. p-1331-fe 1 30 Sept. 44. Gun, 4.5-in., M1 and Howitzer, 155-mm M1; Failure of Safety Latch Plunger FE 2 6 Nov. 44. Elimination of Galling of Bushings A ~87204 and A used on the Firing Jack June 44. Gun, 155-mm, M1917, M1917A1' and' M1918M!; Carriage, Gun, 155-mm, M2 and M3; Lubrication nstructiotls.

37 , rl _.,.. JhTJrlBER DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES _.,....-._"'. ORD:"ANCE-Continued T~ t-:l.~5q-:s 19 Jan.44. Carriage, Gun, 15S-mm, Ml and Ml. -Al, and Carriage, Howitzer, S-n., Ml: Safety pre. cautions to be Observed when Making Manometer Tests: July 44. Gun,- l55-mm, M1 and M1Al; Car riage, Gun, 155-mm, M1; Howitzer, S-nch, Ml;. Carriage, Howitzer, 8-nch, M1; and Limber, Carl'iage,Heavy, M2 and M5: Ordnance Maintenance Lubrication nstructions July 44. Gun, 155-mm, M1 and M1A1; Car riage, Gun, 155-mm, M1; Howitzer, 8-nch, Mt; Carriage, Howitzer, S-nch, M1; l'\nd Limber, Car riage, Heavy, M2 and M5: Noninterchangeabilit;7 of Lunettes. -135() Sept. 44. Carriage, Gun, 155-mm, M1 and M1A1; Carriage, Howitzer, S-n, M1; Replacement of Equilibrator Packings Sept. 44. Limber, Carri~ge, Heavy, M5; Oil Grooves for additional Lubrication of Flanged Bushings, A * FE 1 1 Jan. 45. Heavy Carriage Limber M5; Modification of Trail Clamping Bracket Mar. 44. Gun, Antiaircraft, 3-nch, M3;-.. M,ount, Gun, Antiaircraft, 3-nch, M2A2 (Mobile); Lubrication nstructions. *9-1372B-FE 2 16 Dec. 44. Combination Fuze Setter-Ram mer M20: Prevention of Rust in Transmission As sembly. 9-t372B-FE-1 27 July 44. Combination Fuze Setter-Rammer M June 44. Gun, 3-nch (15 PDR), M1902M1, M1903; Carriage Barbette, 3-nch (15 PDR), M1902, M1903; Lubrication nstructions. 9..., Mar. 44. Gun, 6-n., M1903; Carriage, Dis appearing, 6-n., M1903 Lubrication nstructions Mar. 44. Gun, 8-n., M1888, M1888M, and M18S8M: Carriage Barbette, S-n., M1918 on Car, Railway, M1918 Ml; and Gun 8-n., Mk V, M3A2; Carriage Barbette, S-n., M1: Lubrication nstruc tions July 44. Gun, 12-nch, M1895, MlS95A1,. M1S95A2, M1895A3, M1895A4, M1895M1, M1895 M1A1, M1895M1A2, M1895M1A3, M1895M1A4: Car 'riage, Barbette, 12-nch, M1917; Power Unit for 12-nch Gun Emplacement, Lubrication nstructions Mar. 44. Gun, S-n., Mk, V, M3A2; Mount, Railway, Gun, S-n., M1A1: Lubrication nstruc tions Sept. 43. Circle, Aiming, M1: Pfovision of Canvas Cover M Mar. 44. Mount, Telescope, M25: Adjustment for Alining Pivot Pin with Center Line of. Gun Bore June 44. Generating Unit M7Al and M15Al: Voltage Regulator M Aug. 44. Unit, Generating, M7: Malfunction of Governor Throttle Valves Sept. 44. Directors M5, M5A1, and M6; Cor rection in rundown time for the 40-mm gun A-2 20 Nov. 44. Cable System M7(Used to nter connect Units of M9 and M0 Type Directors) ; Ex cessive Heating of Plugs and Receptacles Aug. 44: Car, Scout, M3Al, Elimination of n terference between radio mast and universal joints. 36 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES TB Nov. 42. Half-Track Vehicles; Gear Adjust ment on Power Take-Off For Front Winch. 9-l710C-3 14 April 43. Car, Half-Track, M2j Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Gun, M3 Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer; T30, Carriage Motor, 05-mm Howitzer, T-19, Carrier, 81-mm Mortar, Half-Track, M4 Carrier, Personnel, Half-Track, M3; Bogie Volute Springs June 42. Half-Track Vehicles; Clutch Maintenance and adjustment Mar. 44. Engine, 160AX, White (White, Diamond l' and Autocar Half-Track Vehicles): Engine Oil Pressure Mar. 44. Half-Track Vehicles (White, Auto car and Diamond T): Rebaring Cylinders '2 7 April 44. Ordnance Engine Model R975-C4: Correct Magneto Timing B-1 25 May 44. Tank, Light,M5 and M5Al; Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, M8; Setting of Starter Solenoid Relay Points C-l S Jan. 44. Tank, Light, M5 and M5Al and Carriage Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, M8; Hole in Torus Hubs C-3 13 Feb. 43. Tank, Light, M5, M5Al, and Car < riage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, M8; Rear Unit Gears in Hydra-Matic Transmission C-4 17 May 44. Tanks, Light, M5, M5A1, Carriage M~tor, 75-mm, Howitzer, M8; Transmission Manual Control Shaft Gasket D-4 3 July 43. Tanks, Light, M5 and M5Al; Carriage Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, M8; Transfer Unit Reverse Servo D-5 21 July 43. Tanks, Light, M5, M5Al'j Carriage Motor, 75-mm Howitz(']', M8; Removing Transfer Unit Bands-Unit in Vehicles E-1 6 Jan. 44. Tank, Light, M5 and M5Al j Car, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, M8: Differential Ring Gear and Pinion Backlash K-1 30 Aug. 43. Tank, Light, M3A1, and M3A3; Ordnance Maintenance, Oilgear Hydraulic Traversing Mechanism K-3 6 Mal'. 44. Pump Motor (Westinghouae) for Light Tank, M3 and M5 Series, Hydraulic Traversing Mechanism (Oilgear) B-2 6 Jan. 44. Tank, Medium, M4A3: Carriage, ltotor, 3-nch Gun, M10A1: Connecting Rod Bearing Fits and Tolerances (Ford GAA Engine) B-3 13 Mar. 44. Tank, Medium, M4A3; Carriage, Motor 3-n. Gun, MiOA1: New Engine Oil Pan (Ford GAA Engine) G-3 3 Mal'. 44. Pump Motor (Westinghouse) for Medium Tank T23, T25, T26 and Medium Tank M4 Series, Hydraulic Traversing Mechanism (Oilgear) ;\-3 13 Aug. 43. Tanks, Light, M5, M5A1, Carriage, Motor, 7:)-mm Howitzer, M8; Flywheel-to-Crankshaft Gasket. * Nov. 44. Car Armored, Light, M8, and Car to Armored, Utility, M20, Adjustment and Maintenance of Steering Gears G-5 14 Sept. 4:,. Tanks, Medium, M~A3, M3A5, M4A2: earringe. l\lotor, 3-1n. Gun, M0 Vehicles, Tank Recovery, 1'2 (Diesel): Proper Backlash Between Oil Pump Driven Gear and dler Gear GM Model 6046, Twin Diesel Engines.,

38 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES. DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES ORDNANCE-Continued TB G Sept. 44. Tanks, Medium, M3A3, M3A5, M4A2; Carriage, Motor, 3-nch Gun, M10; Vehicle, Tank Recovery, T2 (M31) Types of njectors Used in Mod~l 6046 Twin 6-Cylinder, G.M. Diesel Engine K-2 27 July 44. Tank, Medium, M4 and Modifications: Horizontal Volute Suspension Oct. 44. Engine, Continental, R-975-C1, nterference of Rocker Box Covers Oct Cylinder, Radial, Gasoline Engine (Continental R975-C): Table of Limits. 9-J Mar. 43. Trailer, Bomb,M5; nstallation of new type of yoke assembly B-1 16 Nov. 44. Truck, 1%-Ton, 4x4 (Chevrolet); Change in Electrical System JA-FE 1 2 Sept. 44. Truck Tractor, M!6; mproved Carburetion B-l 23 Dec. 43. Tractor, High' Speed, 18-Ton, M4 (Allis-Chal~ers): Plugging Heater Fuel Outlets B-2 29 July 44. Tractor, High Speed, 18 Ton, M4 (Allis-Chalmers): Replacement of Welded Type Trailing dler Wheel with Case Steel Trailing dler Wheel June 44. Truck, 2%-Ton, 6 x 6, Cab-Over Engine (GMC AFKWX-353) Oct. 44. Location and nstaliation of Ordnance Maintenance Set "L" in 27",-Ton, 6x6 Truck, 144-inch wood or steel cargo body (.GMC) Oct. 44. Location and nstallation of Ordnance Maintenance Set "K" in 21,'-Ton. 6x6 Truck, 144 nch Wood or Steel Cargo Body (GMC MODEL CCKW-353) Nov. 44. Location and nstallation of Ordnance Maintenance Set "H" in 2%-Ton,' 6x6 Truck 144 nch Wood or Steel Cargo BPdy (GMC) Nov. 44. Location and nstallation of Ordnance Maintenance Set "G" in 2~"2-Ton, 6x6 Truck, 144 nch Wood or Steel Cargo Body (GMC) B-2, 16 July 43. Truck, 2~2-Ton, 6 x 6, Amphibian 'Vater Propeller Transfer Case Countershaft Gear A-1 20 June 44. Truck, 1,. -Ton, 4 x 4 (Willys-Ovetland Model ME and Ford Model GPW) : Conect n-' stallation of Connecting Rod and Piston Assemblies June 44. Ordnance Maintenance nstructions for 2Y:!-Ton, 6 x 6 and l!y:!- to 5-Ton, 6 x 4 Reo Truck B-2 6 Jan. 44. Truck, 7%-Ton, 6 x 6 Prime Mover (Mack): mproved Transfer Case and Front Drive Shifter Shaft Ball Spring FE 1 30 Oct. 44. Truck, 5-Ton, 4x2, (HC Model KR-li); Oil Leak fr<!m Rear Axle into the right rear hub A-1 5 Sept. 44. Hercules Engine Model JXD; Oil Leak at Water Jacket nlet Elbow A-FE-1 5 Sep. 44. Hercules Engines Models RXC and RXB; Failure of Engine Oil Pump Main Discharge Pipe Assembly Feb. 44. nstructions Governing Classification Marking and Disposition of unserviceable Tires and nspection of Reconditioned Tires April 44. nstructions Governing nspection, Classification and Disposition of Unserviceable Tire Flaps. 87 TB April 43. nspection of Submarine Min.:;... Explosives Aug. 44. Ammunition, General: Storage'-o! 1 Dummy or nert Ammunition Sep. 44. Precautions to b Observed in Firing The M48, M51, M54, M55, and M57 Series Fuzes_ in the Rain.,'- ' Oct. 44. Fuze, P.D., M51A4, with Booster D~ signed to reduce Duds. * Dec. 44. Fuze, CP, M78, and Booster M25. * Dec. 44. Repair of W.P. loaded Ammunition. '._ Mar. 44. Charge, 'Demolition, Shaped, 40-lb., T Apr. 44. Fuze, Mine, Antipersonnel,' M2Al and M3A Aug. 44. Safety Precautions to be observed in Testing Fu:r;es, Mine, Anti-Personnel, M2 and Ma Sept. 44. Charge, Shaped, 10-lb. M, J~f;2, M2Al, and Charge, Shaped. 15-lb, M2A Dec. 42. Mine, Aircraft, MK.13 (Navy) Feb. 44. Mine, Aircraft, 1,000-lb. AN-M{. 26-MOD Aug. 42. Bombs for Aircraft, Bomb, Depth, 325-lb. AN-MK, 17; Fuze, Bomb, Hydrostatic, AN MK. 24; and Fuze, Bomb, AN-MK. 19 (Nose) Aug. 42. Bomb, Armor-Piercing, 1600-lb,; AN... MK " Oct. 42. Fuzes, Bomb; Partial Arming for Low-Altitude Water-mpact Bombing Feb. 44. Bombs for Aircraft; Wire, Arming, Assembly Dec. 42. Bombs for Aircraft. Fuze, Bomb, M1l2 (Tail); Fuze Bomb, MU3 (Tail); Fuze Bomb, M1l4 (Tail) Jan. 42. Bombs for Aircraft; Fuze, Bomb, M1l8 (Nose) (4 to S Seconds Delay); Fuze, Bomb, M1l9 (Nose) (8 to 11 Seconds Delay). 9< Feb. 43. Destructor M Sept. 43. Cluster, Fra~mentationBomb, AN M4 (3 Bombs, Fragmentation Parachute, AN-M(0) Sept. 43. Bombs for Aircraft, Chemical Bombs M47Al, M47A2, and M Jan. 44. Bomb, Fragmentation, 260-1b.; M81 (T10) Feb. 44. Clusters, AN-MA1, M2Al and AN M4; Arming Wire Assemblies. 9-1\) Feb. 44. Adapter, Cluster M12 (For Two 100-lb. Size Bombs or Clusters) Feb. 44. Extension, Fuze, Ml, ( ) inch Mar. 44..Fuze, Bomb, Mechanical Time, M127 (Nose) May 44. Fuze, Bomb, M132, M33, and M134 (Tai') May 44. Cluster Fragmentation Bomb T June 44. Cluster, Bomb, 100-lb., T June 44. Cluster, Fragmentation BOg.b, SOolb., T1L July 44. Bomb, Chemical, 500-lb.; M7S Bomb. Chemical, 1000-lb., AN-Mi June 44. Fuze, Bomb, AN-M120 (Nose) Fuze, Bomb, AN-M120A1 (Nose).

39 VHBlR DATE. TTLE Alll"D CHA.lll"GE DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES ORDNANCE---Continued TB 9-19' July 44. Cluster, Fragmentation Bomb, 100 lb., M28 (T10).. 9~1~80~ July 44. Change in Design of 20-lb. and ~3 "lb. Bombs (Fragmentation and Practice); to Permit Shipment Unfuzed. 9--:1~80-30" 22 July 44. Fuze, Bomb, M139 (Nose); Fuze, Bomb, M140 (Nose) Aug. 44. Fuze, Bomb, Nose, Mechanical Time, T56El Aug. 44. Fuze, Bomb, Mechanical Time, T55. and T55El (Nose) Sept. 44. Adapter-Booster M117. * Dec. 44. Fuze, Bomb, M149 (Nose) Jan. «. Rifle Projection of 60-mm Mortar "Shell. * Oct. 44. Grenade, Rifle, Smoke, Colored, "Streamer, T FE 12 Oct. 44. Grenade, Rifle, Practice, MllA2; Method of ncreasing Serviceability Nov. 43. Small Arms Ammunition; Caliber.30 and Jan. 42. Board, Spotting, M Feb. 44. Revision of Preventive Maintenance nstructions April 44. Revised Preventive Maintenance nstructions July 44. Preventive Maintenance Servicd for Materials Handling Equipment Jan. 44. Reclamation of AC High Tension Wires for Use as Ordnance gnition Cable. 9-' Jan. 41. Reclamation of Temperature Gage Jan. 44. Reclamation of Brake Camshaft for Air Brakes Jan. 44. Reclamati~n of Dodge %-Ton Truck Front Axle Bendix-Weiss Universal Drive Jan. 44.," Reclamation of Distributor Points Jan. 44. Reclamation of Tank Track Wedge Bolt with Damaged Thread or Swelled End Jan. 44. Conversion of Chevrolet Universal Joint Cross for Use as Dodge Universal Cross g..., Jan. 44. Reclamation of Chevrolet Starting Motor; Brush Holder Frame Jan. 44. Reclamation of Oil and Grease Seals Jan. 44. Recl~mation of R-975 Radial Engine,Exhaust Elbows with Stripped Stud Hole Jan. 44. Conversion of GMC-216, 1938 and " AF-KX, 1940, Four Speed Truck Transmission for Use as 1941 and 1942 Chevrolet Ph-Ton Truck Transmission. l Jan. 44. Reclamation of Unserviceable Battery Cables Jan. 44. Reclamation of Oil Pump Gear Jan. 44. Reclamation of Light Tank dler Wheel, D Jan. 44. Reclamation of Water Pumps Having a Defective Water Seal Washer Seat Jan. 44. Reclamation of Chevrolet and GMC Hub Adjusting Nut and Oil Seal Assemblies Jan. 44. Reclamation of Broken M3 and M4 Medium Tank Traversing Sliding Gear Shift Shaftll. TB Jan. 44. Reclamation of Unserviceable Fan Belts Jan. 44. Cleaning and Reclamation of Unserviceable Ball and Roller Bearings Jan. 44. Reclamation of Engine Cylinder Block, Flywheel Housing and Cylinder Head by ' "Cold Weld" Process Jan. 44. Reclamation of Bent Dodge Crank t shaft Pulley Jan. 44. Conversion of 1934 through 1939 Dodge 1V2-Ton Transmission to 1941 and 1942 (Models ~202, T207, T211, and T215) Dodge.-Ton Transmissions Jan. 44. Reclamation of Flywheel Ring Gears. 9:"' Jan. 44. Reclamation of Medium Tank Turret Lock Bolts Jan. 44. Reclamation of D. C. Ammeters Jan. 44. Reclamation of Glove Compartment Doors on GMC and Chevrolet Vehicles Feb. 44. Reclamation of Automotive Fuel Tank Float Units Feb. 44. Reclamation of Worn and Unmatched Ring Gears and Pinions for GMC 2%-Ton, Ford 1711 Ton and Dodge 1l/2-Ton Trucks ~~b. 44. Reqlamation of Ford, Model GPW, and V\ lllys, Modell MB, %,-Ton Truck, Right and. Left Hand Steering KnUckles Feb. 44.,Reclamation of Sealed-Type Prepacked Water Pump Shaft Bearings Feb. 44. Reclamation of Main Bearing Saddles and Caps for nline Engines Feb. 44. Reclamation of Governor Speed Control Lever G-5l56 (Continental Radial Engine W 670-9A) Feb. 44. Reclamation of Loose Bearing Race 1. Seats, Recesses. Press Fit Shafts and Similar tems Feb. 44. Reclamation of Bent, Centerless Steering- Gears and Shafts for Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford (GPW), GMC, and Willys (MB) T(ucks Feb. 44. Reclamation of Thermoelectric Type D. C. Voltmeters Feb. 44. Expediting Deflation of Pneumatic nner Tubes for Reclamation nspecton Feb. 44. Reclamation of Half-Track (White Autocar and Diamond T) Bogie Hubs. " ' Feb. 44. Reclamation of High Pressure Grease Hose with Faulty Connections Feb. 44. Reclamation of Medium Tank dler Wheels D379l Feb. 44. Reclamation of GMC Steam Rele~se 'rube with Nut and Connector April 44. Reclamation of Master Clutch Assemblies D47534, D47434,,and/or Fan D34110 on Medium Tanks M4, M4A1, 105-mm Gun Motor Car- riage M7, l55-mm Gun Motor Carriage M12 and Cargo Carrier T May 44. Reclamation of Sealed Type Monrc;>& 38 Shock Absorbers May 44. Reclamation of Hack Saw Frames May 44. Reclamation of Broken Glass, Sal. vaged From One-Piece Type Windshields and Conversion of One-Piece' Windshield Frame to Two Piece Type

40 , t DATE, TTLE AND CUANGE!l ORDNANCE.-Contimied TB ::':56 29 May 44. Conversion of Dodge Clutch Housings *915514, *589999, *592386, *57'9442 and * to Fit Any Chassis Using Dodge Model, T112, T202, ' T207, T211 and T215, Engines May 44. Reclamation of Water Circulation Thermostat May 44. Reclamation of n-line Engine Crankshafts.',, May 44. Reclamation of Unserviceable Shafts Having Keyways May 44. Reclamation of Crankcase from Cover B , Continental Radial Engine R975-CL 9~ May' 44. Reclamation of Thermoelectric Type - Heat ndicator May 44. Conversion of GMC 2l(z-Ton, 6 x 6, Truck Transfer Case nner Bearing Retainer, * to New Type Retainer * May 44.. Reclamation of Crankshaft Radial Engine, R May 44. Reclamation by Metallizing Oct. 44. Conversion of %.-Ton 4x4, Amphibian Truck! (Ford GPA), Front and Rear Axles for use on ~~-Ton, 4x4, Trucks (Ford GPW). ~ May 44. Classification Racks for dentification of Small, Reclaimed, or Reclaimable Parts June 44. Reclamation of Clutch Release Bearings June 44. ~eclamation of Storage Batteries July 44. Reclamation of Brake Drums July 44. Reclamation of Thermoelectric Type Oil Pressure Gage ' 13 July 44. Reclamation of Split Type Timken Axle Housing with Loose Axle Tube or Bell Mounted Differential Housing July 44. Reclamation of Dodge and Similar Type Clutch Bearing Sleeve July 44. Reclamation of Autocar, Diamond l' and White Half-Track Upper Bogie Roller C July 44. Reclamation of Oil Pressure Gage July 44. Conversion of 1937 through 1940 Chevrolet %-ton Truck Transmission for use in a 1941 and 1942 Chevrolet %-ton Truck Transmission July 44. Reclamation of Medium Tank Track- Support Roller July 44. Reclamation of Worn Bronze Bushings ,17 Aug. 44. Conversion of 1934 and 1935 Autolite Dodge Starting Motors, For use on 1939, and 1941 Dodge 1%-Ton Trucks 'Aug. 44. Reclamation of Starting; Motor Reduction Gear Housing, DR on Half-Track Vehicles, M5, ~5A1, M9Al, M14 and M Sept. 44. Reclamation of Medium Tank Transmission Shifter Forks, C77566 and C * Oct. 44. Reclamation of Wheel Hubs with Loose Bearing Races Oct. 44. Reclamation of Main Bearing Sadd,les and Caps for n-line Engines Dec. 40. Oil, Engine USA Feb. 44. Railroad Car Journal Bearing Lubri. cation March 44. War Department Lubrication Guide Holders. 89 NUMBEll DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES'" TB si6 'Nov. 44. Small Arms"General. nsti:uetlonl( for Care, Preservation, and Lubrication Jan. 44. 'Precautions when Cleaning andpfe. paring Contai~ers of Combustible Materials for "Hot Work" Repair,,..._.. * Dec. 44. Preparation of the Multiple: Calibre'.50 Machine Gun Cl1rriage M51 for Deep Water Fording.' '..,,: ',," ORD 1 1 Dec. 43. Camouflage of Reflective Reeo!l S~ide SurfAces. O~D 2 22 Dec. 43. Use of,trigger Spring Removln~T?ol. ORD 8 23 Dec. 43. Carriage, Motor, 3-n. Guri, M101lnd' M0A1: Crew Hand Holes. ORD 4 30 Dec. 43. nstrument Lights. ORD 5 31 Dec. 43. Emergency Field Maintenance for 2% Ton Amphibian Truck..... ORD 6 10 Jan. 44. nstallation and Removal \of Ball and Roller Bearings.,.., ORD 7 10 Jan. 44. Protection of Propelling Powder for 60-mm and a1.mm... ORD 8 10 Jan. 44. All Half-Track Vehicles arid Scout Carss Preparation and Operation of Surge Tank n Freezing Weather. ' URD 9 10 Jan. 44. Sight, Adjustable, Rear, Assembly, < D73955 and D ORD 10 3 April 44. Truck, ~4-Ton, 4 x 4, Ford (Model GPW) and Willys (Model MB): Grease Gun' Adapter. ORD Jan. 44. Tank Medium M4 Series: Flushing and Maintenance of Turret Bearing Race. ORD Jan. 44. Ordnance Vehicles; Correct Propeller' Shaft Universal Joint' Lubricant. ORD Jan. 44. Revised Procedure for Adjusting Exhaust Clearance. ORD March 43. Engine, Radial, Continental R-9i5 Series: Oil Pump dentification.. ORD Nov Protection of Electrical Equipment During Steam and/or Vapor Cleaning Operations. ORD 18 9 April 43. Tank, "Medium: Cast Track Support Roller. ORD Jan. 44. Tanks, medium, M3, M3Al, M3A3, M3A4, M3A5, M4A2, and M4A3, nstallation of bogie wheel bearing and seals. ORD Jan. 44. Placement of caution tags in, Driven Compartments. ORD Jan. 44. Cartridge, Grenade, Auxiliary, M7. ORD Jan. 44. Tank, Light and Medium; Carriages, Gun Motor (On Tank Chassis); Vehicles, Special Purpose (On Tank Chassis): Closing Spoke Type Bogie and dler Wheels. ORD Jan. 44. Half-Track Vehicles (White, Diamond l' and Autocar); Car, Scout, M3Al; Radio Suppression. ORD Jan. 44. Tank, Light, M5, M5A1; Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, M8: Matching of Fly-Wheel Housing and Cylinder Block. ORD 25 8 Feb. 44. ndicator, Azimuth, M5 and M16; and ndicator Elevation, M5: ndicator Covers M415. ORD 26 9 Feb. 44. Truck, 6 x 6 and 6 x.( (All Makes): Adjustment Lubrication of Roller. Bearing Type Trunnion Axle Spring Seat Bearings..' Om 27 :3 Feb. 44. Truck, 21h-Ton, 6 X 6 and 6 x 4. (GMC); Spiking Transmission Fifth Speed Gear Bushing.

41 tl~"- ~--=-=~~~~liiiiiilllillliiiiiii"- / r!'1jmber DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES ORDNANCE-.Continuec1 TB.. _ ORD 28 8 Feb. 44: Wheeled and Half-Track Vehcles: Engine Sludge Formation in Low Temlterature Operation. ORD Mar. 44. Tank, Medium, M4 and M4Al; Carriage, Motor, 105-mmHowitzer, M7; Carriage, Motor,. 155"mm Gun;M12 and Carrier, Cargo, T14; Carriage, Motor, 76-mm Gun, T70: Lubrication of Carburetor Pump Stem and Lever. ORn.30 3 Feb. 44. Tank, Light, M5 Series; Tank, Medium, M4 Series: Servicing Hydraulic Turret Traversing Mechanism (Oilg-ear).. ORD81 12 March 43. Medium Tanks, Self-Propelled Gun Mounts, and, All Special Vehicles Using Medium Tank Chassis, including:.carriage, Motor, 105-mm Howitzer, M7; Carriage, Motor, 3-n. Gun, M0 and M0Al; and Vehicle, Tank Recovery,T2: Use of Chamfered-Tooth Drive Gear in Synchronizer Assembly of Transmission. ORD Feb. 44. Truck, 2lh-Ton, 6 x 6 (GMC CCKW-352, CCKW-353): Lubrication nstructions. ORD Feb. 44. Truck, Bomb Service, Ml (GMC); Winch and Bomb Lift Truck: Lubrication nstructions. ORD Feb. 44. Tanks, Medium, M3 and M4 Series; nstallation of dler Brackets. ORD Feb. '44. Tank, Medium, M3A3, M3A5, M'4A2, and Carriage, MOlor, 3-n. Gun, M0: Failure of Tubes Connecting Fuel Pump To Junction Plate. ORD Feb. 44. Half-Track Vehicles; Aqjustment of the dler Shackle Stop Bolt. ORD 39 9 Feb. 44. Truck, llh-ton, 4 x 4 (Chevrolet); Truck, llh-ton, 4 x 2 (Chevrolet); Truck, %,-Ton, 4 x 2 (Chevrolet) ; Car, Medium, Sedan, 5-Passenger (Chevrolet): Replacement of Spark Plug No ~ ORD Feb. 44. Tank, Medium, M3 and M4 Series, Carriages, Carriers and Vehicles with Medium Tank M3 and M4 Suspension; Correction Position of Rear dler Track Adjusting Eccentric Shaft. ORD Feb. 44. Truck, lh-ton, 4 x 4 (Dodge): Lubrication nstructions. ORD Sept. 43. Tank, Medium M4A3 Carriage, Motor, 3-n. Gun, M0Al: Spark Plug nserts. ORD Feb. 44. Wheeled Vehicle 4 x 4 and 6 x 6: Lubrication of constant Velocity from' Axle Universal Joints. ORD 45 2 Feb. 43. Tank, Light?ond Medium (Using Continental W670-9A, R-975-Cl Engines): Carburetor Dust Guard. ORD 46 1 Jan. 42. Nuts, Elastic Stop, nstallation. ORD June 43. Truck, %'-Ton, 4 x 4, Weapons Carrier; Truck, 2lh-Ton, 6 x 6, Cargo Type: nstallation of 2d Echelon Tool Sets Nos. 1 and 2.. ORD March mm AA Gun Materiel, M3Al; 40-, mm AA Gun Materiel, Ml and M2; 90-mm AA Gun Materiel MAl, T2 and T2El; 4.7-nch AA Gun Materiel T2; Hydraulic Oil for Oil Geaz: Units and Hydraulic Speed Gears. ORD 49 6 May 43. Guns; 37-mm, MA2, M3, M3Al, M4, M5, M6, and M9; 40-mm, M1; 57-mm, Ml and M3; 75-mm, M2, M3, and M4; 76-mm, Ml; 3-nch, M7; 90-mm, Ml; 4.7-nch, Ml, Howitzers; 75-mm, MA1, M2, and M3; 105-mm, Ml and M3: nterchangeability of Barrels in Their Respective Breech Rings t Jn71BER DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES! TB ORD 51 5 March 43. Destructor, AN-M1, Destructor, AN M2, Destructor, M3. ORD Feb. 44. Howitzer (Pack) 75-mm, Ml and M1A1; Carriage, Howitzer, Ml and M8: Cleaning of Axle and. Dust Cover., ORD Feb. 44. Telescope, Panoramic, M12 Series: New Spring for Azimuth Throwout Lever Assembly. ORD 54 3 March 44. Truck, 2lh-Ton, 6 x 6 (GMC) All Mod. els and Truck, 2V2-Ton, 6 x 6 Amphibian (GMC DUKW-353): Oil Loss at Crankcase Ventilator Air Cleaner. ORD 55 6 March 44. Gun, 40-mm, Ml (AA); Carriage, Gun~ 40-mm, Ml and M2 (AA) : Lubrication nstructioj1s. ORD 56 8 March 44. Engine Rebuilt Data for TypeOn~ 5th Echelon Base Shops. ORD 57 8 March 44. German and talian Fuels am Lubri. cants. ORD Feb. 43. Generator, Auxilia'ry (Homelite Model HRH-28): Modifications Used on Medium Tanks M3A3, M4Al, M4A2, M4A3, and M4A4. ORD July 44. Trucks, Dump: Use of Hydraulic Pump. ORD March 44. Ordnance Vehicles: Lubrication of Generator Bearings. ORD March 44. Replacement of Button Head and Bayonet Type Lubrication Fittings on Ordnance FUll Track Vehicles. ORD March 44. Truck, 2%-Ton, 6 x 6 and 6 x 4 (GMC Models CCW and CCKW): Resurfacing Clutch Pressure Plates and Flywheels. ORD March 44. Elimination of Date of Manufacture on Aircraft Cannon. 'ORD Mar. 44. Carriage, howitzer, 105-mm. M2Al; Carriage, howitzer, 105-mm, M2A2; Carriage, gun, 3-inch, M1: Lubrication of swivel nut on traversing mechanism. ORD March 44. Firing Mechanism Ml Proper Assembly of Firing Machanism Receiver Housing on to Obturator Spindle and Use of Head Space Gage B ORD 66 5 Sept. 44. Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, M8; Tank, Light, M5 and M4Al; Tractor, High Speed, 13-Ton, M5: Steering, Brake Link Pin. ORD March 44. Storage Batteries. ' ORD March 44. Tank, Light, M5 and M5A1 Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, M8: Engine Water Temperature Gage Units and nstrument Panel Gages, Simplified Linkage Adjustment Procedure. ' ORD March 44. Remote Control Systems Ml, M3, and M5: Lubrication of Oil Gears Ml and M2. ORD March 44. Tank, Medium, M4A2 and M4A3: Descending Steep Grades. ORD Oct. 44. Tanks, Medium, M4 Series; Tankll, Light M3A4, M5, M5Al; Carriages, Motor (On Light and Medium Tank Chassis) : Reversing Track End Connectors. ORD March 44. Gun, 90-mm, Ml; Mount, Gun, Anti., aircraft, 90-mm, T2El; Lubrication nstructions. ORD March 44. Engine Rebuild Data for Type Two 5th Echelon Base Shops. ORD July 44. Ordnance Vehicles: CorrectivE! Cleaning of Cooling System. ORD AprH 44. Gasoline-Powerell Vehicles and Equipment Prevention of Gum Formation in Fuel Systems. ORD April 44. Fuze Wrench M7A1. (

42 \ DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES ORDNANCE-ContinueG TB ORD 77 5 June 44. Flash Reducer T1. ORD April 44. Tank, Light, M5, M5A1; Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, M8: New Type Rear Main Bearings. ORD April 44. Tank, Light, M3A3, M5 and. M.5A1; Tank, Medium, M4 Series; All Gun Motor Carriages and Special Purpose Vehicles on Light and Medium Tank Chassis: Use of Rubber and Steel Tracks. ORD May 44. Truck, 2Yz-Ton, 6 x 6 (G~) (With Banjo Type Axle): New Type Drive Gear 'Front Beating Retainer for Banjo Type Transfer Case. ORD April 44. Carriage, Motor, 3-nch Gun MOAl: Lubrication nstructions. ORD April 44. Medium Tank M4 Series; Full Track Vehicles with Medium Tank, M4, Power Train: Steering Brake Adjustment. ORD April 44. Grenade, Rifle, Smoke (Colored), Streamer, '1'12. ORD 85 5 May 43. Truck, 2Yz-Ton, 6 x 6 (GMC) (Model, ACKW and CCKW): Types of Oil Pans for "270" Engines. ORD Aug. 44. Truck, lyz-ton, 4 x 4 (Chevrolet); Truck, 2%-Ton, 6 x 6 (GMC); Truck, 2%-Ton, 6 x 4 (Studebaker); Frame Reinforcement. ORD 88 4 May 44. Tanks, and Tank-Like Vehicles; Engine Oil Drain Periods. ORD May 44. Tank, Medium, M4 Series; Carriage, Motor, 3-nch Gun MlO and MlOA1; Carriage, Motor, 76-mm Gun, M18; Procedure for Servicing of Azimuth ndicator M18 and M19. ORD May 44. Ordnance Wheeled'Vehicles: nstallation of 5-Gallon Liquid Container Bracket. ORD May 44. Ordnance Vehicles: nstallation of Pioneer Tool Bracket. ORD May 44. Replacement of M50-Series Direct Sight Telescope in Tankand Combat Vehicles by the M70 Series Telescopes." ORD May 44. Tank, Medium, M4A3; wl75-mm Gun; 2/76-mm Gun; w/l05-mm Howitzer; M4A3E2; '1'23; T25El; T26El: Carriage, Motor, 9Q-mm Gun, '1'71; Carriage, Motor, 105-mm Howitzer M7B1; 3-nch Gun, MlOAl; Spark Plug nserts. ORD May 44., Tank, Medium M4, M4A1, M4A3; Carrier, Cargo, M30; Carriage, Motor, l55-mm Gun, M12; Carriage Motor, 105-mm Howitzer, M7; Carriage Motor, 76-mm Gun, M18; Carriage, Motor, 3-nch Gun MlOA1; nterchangeability of Electric Type Oil Pressure Gages. ORD July mm Pack Howitzer Carriage Ml and 75-mm Howitzer Carriage M8: Removal of Bushings from Rear Trail.. ORD May 44. Tank, Medium, M4 Series; Carriages, Carriers, and Special Purpose Vehicles with Medium Tank M4 Transmission: Correct Tension of Shifter Rod Poppet Spring. ORD Aug. 43. Half-Track Vehicles (White, Autocar and Diamond '1') : CorrectiOn of Steering Knuckle Boot Guard. ORD May 43. Engines, Continental, R975 Series Ne~ Type Cam Assembly.. ORD May 44. Vehicle, Landing, Tracked; LVT (A) (1) : LVT (A) (2); LVT (2); LVT (A) (3); LVT (4); LVT (A) (4): Repainting of Vehicles. TB ORb June 44. Ordnance Vehicles; CorreetFlttids' for Hydraulic Jacks and Hydraulic Hoists. ORD June 44. Mortar, 81-rom, '1'27 and Mount,Mortar,T21.. ORD June 44. Tank, Medium, M4 and M4Al; Carriage, Motor, 105-mm Howitzer M7: ncorrect. En: gine Oil Gage Blade Markings.. ORD June 44. Half-track Vehicles and Scout Cars,. M3A1: Operation of Surge Tank in Freezing Weather. ORD June 44. Tank, Medium M4 and M4Al; Carriage, Motor, 105-mm Howitzer, M7; ReplacingRo;. mec Fuel Pump Equipped Engines withac fuel pump equipped engines. ORD June mm- Howitzer M2A1 andm3; Assembly of Spare Tube Assembly to Breech Ring. ORD June 44. Car Armored M8; Car Armored,. Utility, M20: LVT (A) (L). LVT (A) (2), LVT (2), LVT (A) (3), LVT (4), LVT (A) (4); Fuel cell nformation and repair nstructions. ORD June 44. Vehicle, Tank Recovery, M31' ('1'2) and M32 ('1'5); Mover, Prime, Full Track, M33 and M34: Tow' Bar Eye Enlargement. ORD June 44. nspection and Service of the Air Brake Systems on Field Artillery Materiel. ORD June 44. Adapter, Grenade Projection, Chemical, '1'2. ORD June 44. Tank, Medium, M4 and M4A1; Carriage, Motor, 105-mm Howitzer, M7; Carriage, Motor, l55-mm Gun, M12; Carriage, Motor, 76-mm Gun, M18 ('1'70): Carrier, Cargo, M30 ('1'14); Piston Ring dentification and nstallation (Continental R975 Series Engines). ORD J\lne 44. Vehicles with Medium Tank Track Suspensions: nterchangeability of Bogie Wheel Assembly. ORD July 44. dentification of Storage Batteries n Landing Vehicles, Tracked (LVT). When Prepared with Electrolyte of to 1.225'Specific Gravity. ORD June 44. Fuze, Hand Grenade, T2El. O'RD July 44. Exercising of Record Mechanisms on Coast Artillery and Railway Artillery Materiel. ORD July nch Rockets, M8 and M9 Series, '1'22 and '1'46. ORD Aug. 44. Projectile, lluminating, MK 24 Mod 1, for Guns, 3-nch and 76-mm. ' ORD July 44. Tanks, Light and Medium; Cars, Armored; Special Purpose Vehicles on Tank Chassis: Use of Hull Lifting Eyes. ORD June 44. Depth Charge, Aircraft, 250-Lb., Mk. V (British). ORD July 44. Tanks, Light and Medium; Carriages; Carriers, and Special Purpose Vehicles on Tank Chassis: Operation of Track Connecting Fixture 41-F ORD July 44. Cold Weather Lubrication and Service of Combat and Transport Materiel. ORD July 44. Truck, 2%-Ton, 6 x 6 and 6 x 4 (Studebaker Reo and GMC Models CCKW-352 and 353): Chan~e in 'Method of Lubricating Pillow Block Assemblies. ORD July 44. Fuze Dial on Motor Drive M2E1. ORD Aug. 44. All Half-Track and Full-Track Layinlt Vehicles: nstructions Governing Removal. nspee

43 ,NlrUlER DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES NUMlER DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES ORDNANCE-:-Con(inlled tion, Classification, Reconditioning and Dispositio ll ~ g'l'acks' and Bogie' Wheels. ORD Aug. 44. Tank, Medium,' M4AS,Carriage,Motor, 3-lneh~ Gun, M0Al: Engine Oil Pan Level Sending Unit, and Oil Level nstrument Panel Gage. :ORD'132 3 Aug. 44. Telescope M51, M52, M56, M57, M59,.M66, M70Series,' M71 Series, M72 Series, M76C (T106), and 11'93. ORD Aug. 44. Tank, Medium,M4 and Speci,al Purpose Full-Track Vehicles with Medium: Tank M4, Type, Power,Train; nstructions for Shimming " Transmission Pinion Gear Using Shim Checking Gage 41-G :.,ORD 1343 Aug. 44. Engines, Radial and nline: Disposition of Unserviceable Sodium-Filled Exhaust Valves. ORD135 3 Aug. 44. H;eavy Carriage Limber M5. ORD136 5 Aug. 44. Lubrication of Eyepiece Movements of Optical nstruments. ORD137 8 Aug. 44. ' 20-mm Aircraft Gun Rounds: T9E5 (M95), T18 (M96), T23 (M97), T24 (M99). ORD 138,10' Aug. 44. Recoil Mechanisms of Mobile Field Artillery: Changing from Recoil Oil (Heavy) to Recoil oil (Special). ORD 139, 10 Aug. 44. Air Pressures for Tires On Artillery.Carriages. ORD March 42. Quadrant, Range, M1: New Range Drums. < ORD June 42. Gun, Submachine, Caliber.45, Thompson, M1928A1 and M1: Deletion of Serial' Number from Frame. ORD Aug. 44. Restricted Use of Fuze, P.D., M51 W/Booster M21 Fuse, P.D., M51A1 W/Booster M21Al. ORD Aug. 44. Carriage, Motor, 3-n. Gun, MlO and'm10al, List of Equipment. ORD March 44. Carriage, Motor, 3-in. Gun, M0 and M0Al; mportance Of Locking Turret. ORD May 43. Engines, Continental, R-975-Cl: Magneto Timing Change. ORD May 43. Ordnance Vehicles; Correcting Windshield defrosted switch short circuit. ORD July 43. Ordnance Wheeled Vehicles; Provision for a Lubl'icant Passage on Universal Joint Trunnion Ends. ORD Aug. 43. Carriage, Motor, 3-n. Gun, M0 and M10A1, Carriage, Motor, 105-mm Howitzer, M7; Carriage, Motor, 155-mm Gun, 1\'112; Vehicles, Tank Recovery, T2; Tanks, Medium, M4 Series;' Carrier, Cargo, T14, Fuel Tank Filler Neck, Strainer, Seal, and Vent. ORD la9 12 July 43. Vehicles, Half-Track, and car, scout M3A1; Misuse of 5-Gallon liquid containers. ORD June 43. Tank, Medium; Track Adjustment.. ORD May 43. Tanks, Medium, M4 Series; Carriage Motor 3-in. gun, M10 and M10A1; Carriage, Motor, 105-mm Howitzer, M7; Carriage, Motor, 155-mm Gun, M12, Carrier, Cargo, T14, Transmission Oil Return Line. ORD July 44. Tart'ks, Medium, M4 Series; Carriage Motor, 3-in. Gun, MlO and M0A1; Carriage, Motor, 105-mm Howitzer, M7; Carriage Motor, 155-mm, Gun, M12; Carrier, Cargo, T14, Disc Type Track dler Wheel. 42 TB ORD Jan. 43. Engines, radial, booster coils; nspection..ord May 43. Tanks, Medium M4 Series, Carriage, Motor W5-mm Howitzer, M7; Carriage, Motor, 15~ mm Gun, M12; Carrier, Cargo, T14, Transmission, Pinion Gear Shim Replacement. ORD Aug. 43. Half-Track Vehicles and Scout Cars; Staking of Hexagon Nuts and Bolts. ORD July 43. Half-Track Vehicles; Removal of Engine Speed Restrictor or Governor. ORD Sept. 43. All Half-Track Vehicles; Removal of dler Adjusting Rod Lock Nut. ORD April 43. Tank, Medi'lm, M4-Series: Clutch Pedal Operation nterference. ORD May 43. Medium Tanks, M4 Series. Transmission Clutch Gears. ORD May 43. Tanks, Medium, M3A3, M3A5, M4 A2, Carriage. Motor, 3-n. Gun, M0; Clutch Disk Assembly, Semi-Metallic Facings to Replace Clutch Disk Assembly, Woven Asbestos Facings. ORD May 43,. Ordnance Vehicles; Mounting Decontaminating Apparatus, M2. ORD Dec. 42'. Half-Track Vehicles and Car, Scout, M3Al: Replacement of Gas Tank Drain Plug. ORD June 43. Ordnance Vehicles; Mounting Universal Rifle Bracket.,ORD June 42. Compasses for Scout Cars M3A1 and All Half-Track Vehicles; nstallation and Adjustment. ORD Aug. 43. Tanks, Medium M4, M4Al, M4~4, Carriage, Motor, 105-mm Howitzer, M7 Carriage, Motor, 15:'-mm Gun, M12 Carrier, Cargo T14; Field Method of Working Out the Dust Accumulation n Clutch. ORD June 44. Half-Track Vehicles; Modification of Crescent Wrench to Fit Tension Adjusting Nut on Spring-Loaded dler Mechanisms. ORD Aug. 44. Truck, 2~~-ton, 6 x 6, (GMC ClpKW 3u2-353); Truck, 2%-ton, 6 x 6 Amphibian (GMC DUKW-353); and Truck, 2lf2-Ton 6 x 4 (GMC CCW 353); Spring Seat Spacer Washer for Rear Spring Seat Seal (Lip-Type) Kit. ORD Nov. 43. Half-Track, and Wheeled Vehicles; Tre Lock Ring Removing Tool. ORD Aug. 44. Shell, H.E., 57-mm, T18El with Fuze, P. D., T83 or With Fuze, P.D., T86. ORD March 43. Tank, Medium M3 and M4 Series; Differential Compensating Pinion Mounting Bushings. ORD Aug. 44. Use of Recoil Oil (Special) in the Recoil.Cylinder for Gun, Automatic, 40-mm, Ml (AA), and Oil Geared Ml (Remote Control Systems Ml and M5), M2 (Remote Control System M3), and M3 (Remote Control System M15). ORD June 43. Ordnance Vehicles; nstrument Panel Voltmeter. ORD Aug. 44. Unit Replacement and Repair Time Guide For Wheeled Vehicles. ORD Aug. 44. pnits, Generating, :M:5 and M6: Lubrication of Fan. ORD Sept. 44. Truck, 10-Ton, 6 x 4, Diesel, Prime, Mover, (White 1064); Truck, 20-Ton 6 x 4, Diesel, Tractor (Federal 604); Cylinder Head Gaskets.

44 ,.( ~ ~- DA.TE, TTLE AND CHANGE' XUMBER DATll, TTLlll AND CHA.ltGJla TB ORDNANCE-Continued ORD Sept. 44. Tanks, Light, M5, M5Al. M3A3, Turret Mounting Lubrication and Adjustment Procedure. ORD Sept. 44. All GMC Vehicles with Banjo-Type, Axles; Conservation of Critical Transfer Case and Front Axle Drive Mainshaft Gear and Roller Spare Parts. ORD Sept. 44. Tank, Medium, M4; Tank, Medium, M4 (105-mm) Howitzer; Tank, Medium, M4A1; Tank, Medium, M4A1 (76-mm Gun); Grouser Compartment Plate Reinforcement. ORD Sept. 44. Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, M8; Tank, Light, M5 and M5A1; Tractor, Highspeed, 13-Ton, M5; Steering Brake Link Pin. ORD Sept. 44. Tank, Medium M4 (105-mm Howitzer, Wet) Tank, Medium. M4A1 (76-mm Gun, Wet) Tank, Medium M4A3 (75-mm Gun, Wet) Tank MedUm M.4Ail (76-mm Gun, Wet): Carriages Motor, 105-rom Howitzer, M7 and M7B1, Vehicle, Tank, Recovery M32B2; Removal of Clutch Pedal High-dle Control. ORD Sept. 44. Corrections in Test Problems for Director M7Al B2. ORD Dec. 42. Tank, Medium, M4, Suspension Assembly. ORD Oct. 43. Tank, Light, T9E1; Tank, Light, M5A1; Tank, Medium, M4, M4A1, M4A3; Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, M8: Fire Detector System. ORD July 43. Trucks, 2Y2-Ton, 6 x 6 (GMC) Prevention of nterference Between Body Channel and Rear Tires in Vehicles Having U-shaped Cross Members. ORD Sept. 44. Truck, 2~!,,-ton, 6 x 6 (GMC CCKW 352 and 3':;3); Truck 2 1 h-ton, 6 x 6, Amphibian (GMC DUKW-353); Truck, 5-ton 6 x 4 (GMC CCW-352); Truck, 2%-ton, COE (GMC AFKWX): New Type Cast ron Carburetor and Flange Mounted Air Cleaner. ORD S::pt. 44. Truck, 2%-Ton, 6 x 6, (GMC CCKW :353-:;33j Truck, 2'h-Ton, 6 x 6, Amphibian (GMC DUKW 353), Truck, 5-Ton, 6 x 4, (GMC CCW-353); Procedure for Reducing Exhaust Manifdld Failures. ORD Sept. 43. Engines, Radial, Unserviceable Cylinder Assemblies. ORD Dec. 42. Tanks, and Gun and Howitzer Motor Carriages; Bore Sighting Adjustment. ORD Aug. 43. Tanks, Medium M4 Series; Standardization of Traversing Mechanism. _ORD Sept. 42. Tanks, Light and Medium: Effect of Air Cleaners on dling Mixtures. ORD Sept. 44. Tank, Light, MS, M5A1 and M24; Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, M8, Half-Track Vehicles (Autocar, White and Diamond T): Servicing Hydraulic Valve Lifters. ORD Sept. 44. Tank, Medium, M4; Tank; Medium, M4 (105-mm Howitzer); Tank, Medium, M4A1; Tank, Medium, M4A1 (76-mm Gun):, Supplementary Maintenance nformation on Master Clutch D ORD Sept. 44. Cold Weather Lubrication: Operation and Maintenance of Artillery and Sighting and Fire Control Materiel. ORD Nov. 43. dentification of Cartridges. TP ORD April 43. Tanka with Radial Engine, Track nstallation. ORD Jan. 43. dentification Plate Qf Ordnance Material. ORD Sept. 44. M4 Series Medium Tanks and Light Tank M24 with' Wet Stowage: Removal of Ethylene Glycol Type Antifreeze Compound from Ammunition Container and nstallation of Aromudamp. ORD Sept. 44. dentification of Storage- Batteries in Landing Vehicles, Tracked (LVT) When Prepared with Electrolyte of to Specific Gravity. ORD Sept. 44. Tractor, Shop, T0; Preparation for Deep Water Fording. ORD Sept. 44. Tractors, High-Speed, l8-ton, M4: 13-Ton, M5, and 38-Ton, M6; Standardization of Track Tension. *ORD Sept. 44. Carriers, Cargo, M28, M29; and M29C: ~dentification of Connection Rods. ORD Sept. 44. Carriage, Motor, 105-rom Howitzer, M7; Tank, Medium M4; Correct Ammunition Boxes and Brackets. ORD Sept. 44. Motorcycle, ndian (All' Models) : Bleeding of Oil Pump. ORD Sept. 44. Trailer, 'l4.-ton, 2-Wheel: nstalling, Heavier Sprin~ and Longer Clips. ORD Sept. 44. Transport Vehicles: Engine Valve Tappet Clearances. ORD Sept. 44. ~arriage, Gun, 155-mm, M1 and M1A1, Carriage, Howitzer, 8-nch, M1: Location for the Loading Tray. ORD Sept. 44. Rifle, U. S., Cal..30, Ml. ORD Sept. 44. Smoke Rifle Grenades M19, M20 and M22. ORD Oct. 44. Replacement of M50-Series Direct Sight Telescope in Tank and Combat Vehicles by the M70 Series Telescope. ORD Oct. 44. Continental R975-Cl and R975-C4, Engines; Magneto dentification. ORD Oct. 44. Truck, Ton 4x4, (Chevrolet), imd Truck, 2~!l-Ton, 6x6 (GMC); Oversize Tie Rod Yoke Bolt. ORD Oct. 44. Hydropneumatic Recoil Mechanisms; nstructions Relating to nspection, Evacuation, and Records. ORD Oct. 44. Tanks, Medium M4, M4 (105-mm Howitzer), M4Al, M4A1 (76-mm Gun), 105-rom Howitzer Motor Carriage, M7; Service -nstructions on Master Clutclol Assembly ORD Oct. 44. Ammunition; Safety Distance Requirements for Preparation of Primers and Demolition Charges. ORD Oct. 44. Ordnance Engines, Run-n after Rebuilding. ORD Nov. 44. Truck, 5- to 6-Ton, 4x4 (Autocar, Model U-8l44-T); Truck, 6-Ton 6x6 (Brockway Model B 666); Truck 6-Ton, 6x6 (Corbitt Model 50SD-6); Truck, 6-Ton 6x6 (White Model 666); Truck, 6-Ton 6x6, (M:ack Model NM); Truck, Wrecking, Heavy, MJ( (Ward LaFrance and Kenworth); nstallation of Protector Snap Ring fqr Front Axle Shaft Oil Seal..ORD Nov. 44. All Ordnance Combat and Transnort Vehicles: Gear Case Lubricant Level.. -

45 \1 NUMBJilR DATll, TTL. UDCHANGJil DATE, TTLE AND CHANQ:El ORDNANCE-Continued,TJ3 'ORD Nov. 44. All Ordn\lnce Combat and Transport Vehicles: Replacement of Low Pressure (80 lb.) Universal Joint. Relief Valves with High Pressure (f500b.) Relief Valves and Availability of Thin Stem Lubricating Adapter. "prd ct. 44. Tank, Medium M4 and M4A1; Car,riage, Motor, 105-mm Howitzer M7; ncorrect Engine Oil Gage Blade Markings. ORD Nov. 44. Directors, M9, M9A1, M9A2, and M10; Excessive Voltage Drop in 'A-CPower Cable AssembHes C80250.,,'ORD Nov. 44. Maintenance of Diesel Power Plants, for Seacoast Gun Batteries During Periods of nactivity. *OR> Nov. 44. Paints and Painting. 'ORD Nov. 44. Cartridge, Canister, 57-mm, T17. ORD De~. 44. Firing Lock M17. prd Dec. 44. Tank, Medium, M4 Series: Replacement of Horizontal Volute Suspension Cap Screws which are Removed for shipment. "ORD Dec. 44. Change in Recoil on in Major Caliber AA Materiel.. 'ORD Dec. 44. Cutter, Cable, M1. 'ORD Dec. 44. Gun, Automatic, 37-mm, M4, M9, M9A1, and M10: Modifi~ation Record Card >'and Holder. ORD E1,29 July 44. German and talian Fuels and Lubricants. ORD E2 21 Aug. 44. German, talian, and Japanese Materiel; Preliminary Fuel and Lubricant nstructions. ORD FE 1 9 May 44. Carriage, Gun, Motor, 3-nch Gun M10 and M10A1; Eliminating nterference Between nterphone Terminal Box and 3-nch Breech Block. ORD FE2 23 May 44. Carriage, Motor, 3-nch Gun M10 and M10A1; Carriage Motor, 90-mm Gun, Tn; Sealing Spare Periscope Boxes. ORD FE April 44. Trailer, ;~-Ton, Payload 2 Wheel, Cargo ; Truck ~ Ton, 4 x 4 (Dodge T214) (Model WC-51 Weapon Carrier and WC-52 Weapon Carrier with Winch) Safety Chain nstallation. ORD FE 4 1 June 44. Carriage, Multiple, Cal..50 Machine Gun M51; Trailer, Generator, M7; Trailer, W/Smoke Generator, 2-Ton, M7; Trailer, Director M3 and M14: nstallation of Brake Cable Brackets. OR,D FE 5 10 June 44. Tank, Medium, M4, M4A1, M4A3,, M4A6; Carriage, Motor, 3-nch Gun, M10A1; 105 mm Howitzer, M7 and M7B1; 155-mm Gun, M12; Carrier, Cargo, M30 (T14); Vehicles Equipped with Medium Tank, M4 Transmission (Gasoline Powered): nstallation of Tachometer Drive on Old Style Transmission. ORD FE 6 22 June 44. Ordnance Vehicles: mprovement of Universal Rifle Bracket. ORD FE 7'22 June 44. Conversion of T214 and T223 Dodge Engine Assemblies and P14 Plymouth Engine Assembly for Use in Early Dodge Military Veh"les and Plymouth Passenger Cars. ORD FE 8 20 Oct. 44. Tanks, Medium, M4, Series (WET Stowage); Revision of 75 mm and 76-mm Shell Clamp Seals to prevent Stieking of Shelli in Containers. ORD FE 9 2 Aug. 44. Brush, Bore, J418, M14 and M26. TB ORD FE June 43. Howitzer, 155-mm. M1, Howitz~r,, 8-in. M1; and Gun, 155-mm, M1; Modification of Loading Rammer B ORD FE 11 7 Sept. 44. Tool, Breechblock Holding, For 120-mm Gun M1. ORD FE Sept. 44. Truck, 2 1 1:!-Ton, 6 x 6 (GMCall models); Reinforcements of Cylinder Head Rocker Arm Cover. ORD FE Sept. 44. Carriage, Motor, 8-inch Gun, M10A1; Carriage. Motor, 90-mm Gun, M36 (T7l): Eliminating nterference Between Engine Compartment Top Door Splash Shield and Carburetor Air ntake Manifold. ORD FE Sept. 44. Tank, Medium, M4 Series and Related Gun Motor Carriages; New Type Fourth Speed nput l;ear Snap Ring. *ORD FE Oct. 44. Tractor, High-Speed, 18-Ton, M4 and 38-Ton M6; Preventing Muffler Breakage Due to Expansion, Contraction and Flexing of the Metal. 0RD FE 18 9 Nov. 44. Elimination of Odometer, C ORD FE 19 9 Nov. 44. Drain Holes in Main Side Outriggers of 90-mm Gun Mounts T2E1, and M2 and 120 mm Gun Mount Ml. ORD FE Dec. 44. Carriage, Howitzer" 105-mm, M2A2; C'llTiag-e, Gun, 3-inch, M1 and M6: Modification of Handspike C ORD 10.< Jan. 44. Truck Trailer, 45-Ton Tank TranspOl'ter M19 (Truck, 12-Ton, 6 x 4 (4dt) M20) (Diamond T): Excessive Tightening of the Front Bracket Clamp Bolt (N39251F) on the Auxiliary Transmission. ORD March 44. Truck, ;1!-Ton, 4 x 4 (Dodge): Change in Oil Filter E'lements Replacement Period. ORD Jan. 44. Truck Trailer, 45-Ton Tank Transportation M19 (Truck, 12-Ton, 6 x 4 (4DT) M2P). Excessive Tightening of the F ront Brack~t, Cla'mp Bolt (N39251F') on the Auxiliary Tra~Sml$sion. ORD Aug. 43. Car, 5-Passenger, Sedan, Six and Eight Cylinder (Ford): Nomenclature Plate Change. 0RD "E 1 29 July 44. Truck, l%iton, 4 x 4 (Ford Model GTB): Relocation of Voltage Regulator. ORD Aug. 43. 'Truck, 7;1!-ton, 6 x 6 Prime Mover (Mack); Change in position of Shifter Lever Ball on Range Gear Shifter Lever and on Front Aixle Drive Shifter Lever. ORD June 43. Truck, Ph-Ton, 4 x 4 Chevrolet Dump Model G7116 (1942); Front Spring Rear Hanger **CV L.H. and **CV RH. Rivet Failure. ORD July 43. Truck, 1%-Ton, 4 x 4 'Chevrolet Engine Real' Frame Bracket Reinforcement. 0RD 1O-Hi July 44. Change to Parts List for Truck, 2 1,,-Ton, 6 x ) (Model US6) (Studebaker), Truck, 2 1 h-ton, 6 x 4 (Model US 6x 4) (Studebaker) and Truck. 2 ',,-Ton, 6 x 6 (Model US6) (Reo). ORD Dec. 44. Wrecker, 4-Ton, 6 x 6 Diamond T; Rear Spring Pad Clips. ORD Feb. 44. Truck nil-ton, 6 x 6, Prime Mover, (Mack): Lubrication nstructions. ORD FE 1 27 July 44. Truck, 7%-Ton, 6x 6, Prime Mover, W/Winch (Mack Modellt N O):Lubricat~'On of Clutch Release Bearing.

46 NlTMBER DATE, TTLE.AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGE. ORDNANCE-Continued TB June 44. U. S. Rifle Cal..30, Ml: Refinishing Shiny Gas Cylinders Oct. 44. Cal..30, Carbine, M2 (T4) Nov. 44. Repair of Revolvers Cal..45 M tl0-tl 14 Dec. 43. Preliminary nstructions: Use of Ele. vator-cradle Ml with Cal..50 Machine Gun Tripod Mount M Oct. 44. Shell, Smoke, WP, 60-mm, T July 44. Fuze, Time a~d Superquick, M77, 81 mm Mortar Jan. 44. Pneumatic Tires and Rubber Treads: nstructions for Mounting Synthetic Tire Tubes and Flaps June 44. Pneumatic Tires and Rubber Treads; Air Pressure. * Nov. 44. Pneumatic Tires and Rubber Treads. QUARTERMASTER Feb. 44. Questions and Answers on the Technical Operation of the QM Salvage Collecting Company March 44. Questions and Answers on Technical Operation of the Quartermaster Salvage Repair Comjlany Aug. 44. Lengthening Sleeping Bags. C ~ 4 Jan. 44. Speed of Pump (Jaeger Model ll~ P Portable), Gasoline Driven (Briggs and Stratton Engine, Model NP) July 44. Protection of Quartermaster Corps Laundry Trailers in Freezing Weather Feb. 44. Questions and Answers for the Technical Operations of the Quartermaster Laundry (Semi-Mobile) Au.g Mine Detection Dog (Jl-Dog) :"1 15 Feb. 44. Your Gasoline Stove. * Nov. 44. Range, Field M-1937 and Unit, fire Simplified Converted-type Oct. 44. Care of Outfit, Burner, Pot TYie, Oven, Bake Field March 44. Coffee Brewing April 44. Question and Answers About Meat March 44. Message to Mess Sergeants and, Cooks (Dehydrated Eggs) Feb. 44. Emergency Sponge Method of Bread Making Sept. 44. Preparation of Oversea Hams (Dry Pack) Dec. 43. Active Dry (Granular Dehydrated) Yeast Feb. 44. Questions and Answers for the Tech nical Operation of The Bakery 'Company March 44. Questions and Answers on the Tech nical Operation of the Quartermaster Gasoline Supply Company Feb. 44. Questions and Answers for the Technical Operation of Quartermaster Motor Transpor. tation. C 1. -'- lthl1 Technical Bulletin s distributed only to nterested headquarters.nd to ndividuals whose duties require that,they have it. Thi. Technical 'Bulletin must be safeguarded in accordance with provision. of AR S TB 10-tl Feb. 44. 'Questions and Answers on the Technical Operation of the QM Refrigeration Companf (Mobile)., 10-tl May 44. Questions and Answers on the Technical Operations of the Quartermaster Refrigeration Company (Mobile) (Changes to TB 10-tl15-1). 10-tl30-1 Hi Feb. 44. Questions and Answers on the Teehnical Operation of the QM Graves Registration Comp'my. C March 44. Graves Registration Oct. 44. Preventive Maintenance SerVice. Truck, Fork Lift, Clark, Carloader (Gasoline). * Dec. 44. Truck, Fork Lift, Clark, Clipper (Gasoline) Oct. 44. Truck, Fork Lift Clark :planeloader,(formerly Utiltruc) Code Transport (Gasoline) (Pneumatic Tires) Aug. 44. Preventive Maintenance Services, Crane (Gasoline-Driven), Silent Hoist Winch & Crane Co., Models AX-192, AY-29; QM 1 2 Feb. 44. Distribution and Numbering of QM Teehnical Bulletins. ' QM 2 28 Jan. 44. Notes on Operation and Mainte~ance of Mobile Equipment.,QM 3 28 Jan. 44. Questions and Answers Pertaining' to Cold ''''eather Clothing'. QM 4 22 Feb. 44. nspections and Preventive Maintenance Services,for Battery-Powered Tractors and Fork Lift Tmcks, '''heeled Cnnes, and Straddle Lumber Trucks.. QM 5 6 March 44. Shops for Reclamation Work. QM 6 6 March 44. Notes on Operation and Maintenance of Mobile Equipment. QM 7 8 March 44. Questions and Answers on the Technical Ope'ation of the Fumigation and Bath Company. QM 8 7 April 44. Repair Methods and Procedures for Bags, Sleeping, M1942 Helmets, Steel, M-l, and Typewriters and Office Appliances. QM9 10 April 44. Shops for Reclamation Work. QM April 44. Cqnservation of Fats. QM April 44. Questions and Answers of the Technical Operations of the the Quartermaster Fumiglloo tion and Bath Company. QM 12 9 May 44. Reporting Unsatisfactory Equipment. QM May 44. Clothing, Equipment, and Rations for Use in the Jungle. QM May 44. nstallations, Operation, and Repair ot nternational Payroll Machines. QM May 44. nstruction-demonstration On M1987 Fire Unit. QM 16 1 June 44. Quartermaster Petroleum Produ~ts La,boratory. QM il7 20 June 44. Quartermaster Special Purpose Semi. trailer Tw~Wheel, Laundry. QM June 44. mproved Functioning of Certain Unitl n Semitrailer, 2-Wheel, 2DT Laundry. QM July 44. Care and Preservation of Tentage anci Other Duck and Webbing Equipment. QM July 44. Major Unit Assemblies Repairanci Rebuilding.

47 n. i l j..,.,,1 il; i ', ' i! ii' i ir: ; ;'.'. ' :. 1'.1' ' 1'1 i,1 " ' Xt11BER DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES i QUARTERMASTER-Continued QM ~2:i. A,ug. 44. Standa,rd Repair Procedures for Cloth ing and Equipage tems. C 1, 2, 9, QM,~3 4 Aug. 44. Repair Methods and Procedures for Hel mets, M-1; Bags, Sleeping; Shoes; and Haversacks ' M-10, M-28. QM24 5 Aug. 44. Cleaning of Stencil Duplicators and Repair of Dented Drums. QM Aug. 44. Smoked and Cured Meat. QM,26 25 Oct. 44. Standard Repair Procedures for Office Appliances with Repair Shop Equipment and Tool List. QM Aug. 44. Demolition of Quartermaster Supplies and Equipment. QM Oct. 44. Miscellaneous Packing House By-Products. QM 29 Dec. 44. Repair of Miscellaneous tems. QM 30 Nov..44. Garrison Bakery Operations..QMS4. Dec. 44. Cleaning and Repairing Gasoline Containers in Theaters of Operations. SGNAL July 44. Preventive Maintenance as Applied tc> Radio Set SCR-177-B Sept. 44. Maintenance Parts List For Radio Set SCR-177-B Sept. 44. Maintenance Parts List for Radio Set SCR-188-A May '44. Simplified Alignment Procedure and Test Equipment for Use with Radio Sets SCR 536-A; SCR-536-B, SCR-536-C, and SCR-536-D July 44. Camouflage Measures for Radio Set. SCR-536-A, B, C, and D Aug. 44'. Preventing Loss of Jumper Plug in Radio Set SCR "; Aug, 44. nstructions for Replacing Capacitors C25, C26, and C27, in Resistor-Capacitor Cup No. 8B of Radio Set SCR-536-(*), with Capacitors more Resistant to Moisture Sep. 44. Watersealing Procedure for Radio Sets SCR-536-A, B, C, and D Nov. 44. nstallation of New Type Antenna nsulator in Radio Set SCR-536-A, B,-mra C Nov. 44. Modification of Fiberboard Partition in Radio Sets SCR-536 A, B, C, D and E , July 44. Packboard Transport for Radio Set SCR-300-A. 11~ May 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Radio Set SCR-291-A Oct. 44. Supplementary nstallation and Operating nstructions for Radio Set SCR-291-A Dec. 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Radio Sets SCR-503-A, and SCE-503-B Oct. 44. Tube Shield for, Tube VT-148 in Radio Set SCR Aug. 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Radio Set SCR-193-( ) Aug. 44. Maintenance Parts List for Radio Sets SCR-193-D, E, G, H, J, K, KB, KW, L, M, P, Q, R, S, and T Jan. 44. Radio Set SCR-284-A April 44. Battery BA-43, Used With Radio Set SCR-284-A. 46 DATE, TTLE AND CHAl'tGES TB July 44. Preliminary nstructions: Preventive Maintenance, Radio Set SCR-284-A Aug. 44. Servicing of Keying Relay 1-E-1 in Radio Receiver and Transmitter BC-654-A (Part of Radio Set SCR-284-A). Cl Sept. 44. Conductor Break~ge,n Laced Cable of Radio Set SCR-284-A. \ Sept. 44. Schematic Diagram for Power Unit. PE-103-A Sept. 44, Revised Limit of Antenna Current for Radio Set SCR-:!84-A Dec. 44. mproved Type Citcuit Breakers for Use with Power Unit PE-103-A July 44. Microphone T-50, Used with Radio Set SCR-299-A Sept. 44. nstructions for Modifying Vent~lating Fan Circuit and for Suppressing Radio nterference Caused by Fan Motor in Radio Set SCR-299-A, B, C, and D Oct. 44. Changes in Receiver Disabling Circuits of Junction Box, JB-70-A, Radio Set SCR-399A and SCR-499-A Nov. 44. Replacement of Electrolytic Capacity in Speech Amplifier BC-614 E, Part of Radio Sets SCR-399-A and SCR-499-A April 44. Plan for Maintenance of Frequency Meter Sets SCR-21l-(&) in Hands of Army Ground Forces. ' July 44. Preliminary nstructions: Preventive Maintenance as Applied to Charging Set SCR Aug. 44. nstructions for L ub' i cat ion of Charging Set SCR Aug. 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Remote Control Equipment RC-47-A, B, C, D, and G Dec. 44. Maintenance of Ringer MC-131, Part of Telephone EE-8, EE-8-A, EE-8-B, and Telephone Box EE Jan. 45. Timing and Telephone Set ML-110: Moistureprofing and Fungiprofing and Procurement nformation Sept. 44. nstructions for nstalling Reinforcing Plate for Cabinet B_E-70-A thr\1ugh BE-70-K June 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Telephone Repeaters EE-99-A, EE-99-T3, and EE-99-T June 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Telegraph Sets TG-5, TG-5-A, and TG-5-B Nov. 44. nstruction for Use of Telegraph Set TG-5, TG-5-A, or TG-5-B, as Tone Keyer for Signal Corps Radio Sets De'c. 44. Replacement of Ribbon Reverse Mechanism in Printer TG-7-A and Teletypewriters TG 7-B and TG-37-B Aug. 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Telegraph Terminal' CF-2-A (Carrier) Oct. 44. Adjustment of Frequency ndicator, of Radio Teletype Terminal Equipment AN/FGC-1 and ANFGC-1X Aug. 44. Operation of Circuits in Switchboard BD-100. C June 44. Spiral-Four Cable: Types of Aerial Construction at Different Span Lengths and Recommended Tension Method of Sagging.

48 DATE. TTLE AND ClA.NGES DATE. TTLE AND ClA.NGES SGNAL-.Continued TB Nov. 44. Expedient Splice of Spiral-Four Cable July 44. nstructions for Moistureproofing and Funglproofing Tape Facsimile Equipment RC-58-B B-l 19 Sept. 44. Maintenance Parts List for Fac~ simile Equipments RC-120-A and RC-120-B Jan. 45. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing and Lubrication of Test Set June 44. Preventive Maintenance as Applied to Converter M-209 (Code) Sept. 44..Message Keying nstructions for Converter M-209, M-209-A, M-209-B June 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Signal Lamp Equipment EE-;-80-A; mprovising Ground Connections for Key J Dec. 44. nstruction for Modification of Tripod LG-21, Component of Signal Lamp Equipment SEll July 44. Maintenance Parts List for Visual dentification Equipments AN/VVX-l and AN vvx-n~: May 44. Pigeon Crate PG-49 and Pigeon Cag", PG S-1 7 July 44. Wiring Harness for Theodolites ML 47-E Through ML-47-R Sept. 44. Maintenance of Batteries in Nontemperate Areas F-l 16 Aug. 44. Maintenance Parts List for Spotting Set PH-32-C and Spotting Set PH-32-F May 44. Moistureproofing and Fungipr06fing Public Address Equipment P A-4-C kl!'. 44. Maintenance Parts List for Operations Center AN/TTQ-1. "' Jan. 45. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Keyer TB-34-A Aug. 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Sound Ranging Set GR-3-C July 44. Shop Work. * Oct. 44. Text nstructional Aids for TM Sept Te~t nstructional Aids for TM Sept. 44. Basic Radio Propagation Predictions for December, Oct. 44. Basic Radio Propagation Pred9ctions for January, Nov. 44. Basic Radio Propagation Predictions for February Dec. 44. Basic Radio Propagation Predictions for March * Jan. 45. Basic Radio Propagation Predictions for April G-l 7 April 44. Standard Methods of nstalling Antenna A-62 (Phantom) on Mounting FT-237-A, FT-237-C, and FT-237-D of Radio Sets SCR-508 A, SCR-508-C, and SCR-508-D, or SCR-528-A, SCR-528-C and SCR-528-D July 44. Preventive Maintenance as Applied to Radio Sets SCR-508-( ), and SCR-528-( ) April 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing of Radio Sets SCR-509-A, SCR-509-B, SCR-510-A, and SCR-510-B. t 1Thls Technical Bulletin s distributed only to nterested headquarters and to individuals whose duties require that they have it. This Technical BulJetin must be safej1uarded in "",cordance with provisions of AR TB May44. Wire for Antenna Lead for Radio Seta SCR-510-A and SCR-510-B. lj July 44. Preventive Maintenance as Applied to Radio Set SCR-510-( ) Nov. 44. Antenna Stud Block Assembly and Other mprovements to Radio Sets SCR-'51G-A and SCR-510-B Nov. 44. Antenna Stud Block Assembly and other mprovements to Radio Sets SCR-509-A, and SCR-509-B April 44. Cover for Loudspeaker on Radio Sets SCR-609-A and SCR-610-A May 44. Wire for Antenna Lead for Radio Set SCR-61G-A May 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiprooflng Radio Sets SCR-609-A and Ss::,R-610-A Nov. 44. Antenna Stud Block Assembly and mprovements to Radio Set SCR-610-A and SeR 610-B Nov. 44. Antenna Stud Block Assembly and mprovements to Radio Set SCR-609-A and SClt 609-B July 44. Preventive Maintenance as Applied to Radio Set SCR =625,2 26 Aug. 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Radio Sets SCR-543-A, B, and C July 44. Preventive Maintenance as Applied to Radio Set SCR-506-A a, 3 Aug. 44. Stowage of Antenna A-27 (Phantom), Used with Radio Set SCR-506-( ), n Transport and Combat Vehicles. C Aug. 44. nstructions for Adjusting Friction Brll.ke On Tuning Control of Radio Receiver BC-652 A. Component of Radio Set ~CR-506-A Aug. 44. MoistureprooJlng and Fungiproofing Radio Transmitter BC-191-( ) Aug. 44. Moistul'eproufing and Fungiproofing Radio Receivers BC-312-( ), BC-34-( ), BC-342 ( ), and BC-344-( ) Sept. 44. Elimination of Defective Noise Suppression Circuit in Radio Receivers BC-312, Be 32-A, BC-312-C, BC-342, and BC-342-C Nov. 44. mproved Dial Light Control for Radio Receivers BC-312-L, M, N, and NX Dec. 44. Error in Circuit Label of Radio Reoceiver BC-312-N and BC-342N March 44. Removing Deposits from ndicator of Battery BB-54-A July 44. Preventive Maintenance, Radio Set SCR-593-A May 44. Know Your Super-Pro Receiver Oct. 44. Set Screws Used on Tuning Capacitor Dial Assemblies of Radio Receivers BC-794-A, BC-794-B, BC-779-A, BC-779-B, BC-004-B, Be 1004-C, and BC-004-D.. "' Jan. 45. Moistureproofing ay{d Fungiprooting Radio Receivers BC-779-A and B, BC-794-A and B.' BC-1804-A, E, C, and D; Power Supply Units RA-74-A, B, and C, RA-84-A and B, and ~A-94-A.."' Dec. 44. Replacement of Governor Throttle Link in Carburetor Assembly of Power Unit PE Oct. 44. Elimination of Carburetor cing m Power Units PE-95-G and PE-95-H

49 sq DATE. TTJ,E' AND CHANGEi NUMB R DATE, T'l'LE AND CHANGES, SGNA~Continued TB Nov. 44. nterchangeable Maintenance Parts Signal Corps Power Unit PE-95-G and H, and Ordnance Department Truck, ~'4-Ton, 4 x 4, Command ReconnaissancHeep Nov nstructions for Lubrication of Power Units PE-95-G and PE-95-H. C Nov. 44. Lubrication, Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing nstructions and Maintenance Parts List for Power Units PE-84, PE-84A, C and D. ' Aug. 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Power Unit PE-185-A. 11~ Nov. 44. Lubrication Order and Maintenance. Parts List for Pow~r Equipment PE-127-A Sept. 44. Maintenance Parts Lists for B~ KVA Kohler Power Unit, Model 1M21-A May 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Rectifier RA--43-B. 1l-959G-l 16 Oct. 44. mproved Mounting of Spare Tubes and Capacitors of Rectifiers RA-34-F and RA 34-G;, 11'-961'-1 7 Sept. 44. Preheating of Thyratron Rectifier Tubes in Rectifier RA-34-H Aug. 44. nstallation of Coupling Kit 270 CU2 on Radio Sets SCR-270 andscr-271-equipped with Nonresonant Transmission Line System, Oct. 44. Radio Sets SCR-270 and SCR-271 Equipped with Nonresonant Transmission Line System, nstallation of Coupling, MC-398-D. J1-10J,.8-1 J,. Nov..1,.4.1 Parts List. Calib'rator BC-725-A. 2vlaintenance Jan. 45. Range Calibrators and -178-A, Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Treatment Sept. 44. Trainer BC-968-A Maintenance Parts List Sept. 44. Signal Generator ( ) Main tenance Parts List Nov. 44. Signal Generator ( ) Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Nov. 44. Range Calibrator 1-144, Maintenance Parts List. / July 44. Maintenance Parts List for Oscilloscopes BC-1233-A and BC A-1 5 Aug. 44. nstallation of Capacitor C-4 in Transmitter BC-717-A, Radio Set SCR-296-A B-1 8 Feb. 44. nstructions for nstallation of Com- mercial Power Kit No. B68-P.' J1-111J,.D-1 J,. May.4J,.1. nstnlctions for nstallation of Data Transmission Kit B70-D Miscellaneous improvement Kit 527-MX4 on Radio Set SCR-527-A June 44. nstallation of Army 'Cable Rack, Kit 527-CX1 for Radio Set SCR-527-A June 44. nstallation of Navy Cable Kit ex2 for Radio Set SCR-527-A (For Use with Fruehauf Trailer Type K-72 Only) July 44. Power Supply mprovement Kit 527 PU July 44. PP Oscilloscope Addition Kit 527 D ' 22 July 44. nstructions for nstallation of Antenna Pedestal mprovement Kit SCR-527-AB4. -1This Technical Bulletin is distributed only to interested headquartero and to individuals whose duties require that they have it. This Technical Bulletin must be.afej;uarded p> a<cordance with provisions of AR S80-5. TB July 44. Brunton Pocket Transit Kit 527 TS3. Ref: TM , Radio Set SCR-527-A July 44. Motor Housing Repair of Transmitting Antenna Trailer, K-77-A for Radio Set SCR 527-A Nov. 44. Radio Set SCR-527-A, Oscilloscope, BC-986-A, Cathode-Ray Tube 12GP March 44. Adjustment of Detector Sets SCR 625-A, SCR-625-B, SCR-625-C, SCR-625-D, SCR 625-E, Prior to Operation April 44. Moisturellroofing and Fungiproofing Detector Sets SCR-62p-A, SCR-625-B, SCR 625-C, SRC-625-D, and SCR-625-E (Antitank Mine, Portable) and Detector, Antitank Mine, Portable, M July 44. Precautions to be Observed Regarding Color Coding of Search Coil C ( ) Part of Detector Set SCR-625-( ) July 44. nstallation of PP llumination Kit 602A-D2 on PP Oscilloscope BC-1083-A, a Component of Radio Sets SCR-602-T6 and SCR-602-A June 44. nstallation of PP Deflection Coil Kit 602A- D1 in Oscilloscope BC-108S-A, Com ponents of Radio Sets SCR-602-T6 and SCR-602-A '-3 13 May 44 1 nstructions fur Replacing the High Voltage f'late Transformer and Choke in Transmitters BC-1081-T6 and BC-1081-A, Components of Radio Sets SCR-602-T6 and SCR';'602-A ~ 5 July H. 1 nstallation and OperMion of Preamplifier Kit 206A-R1 with Radio Sets SCR-602;-A and SCR-602-T Aug. 44. nstructions for Replacing Power Transformers of Receivers BC-1082-A and BC 1082-T6, Components of Radio Sets SCR-602-A and SCR-602-T Oct. 44. nstallation of Engine Kit 602A-P2 on Power Unit PE Mny 44 1 Receiver Oscillator and Test Oscillator CO/'ity Modification Kit 51,5-R6. ' May H 1 Radio Set SCR-5405-A, Adjustment, P'rocedllres and Checks 'J 1.1,. June H. 1 nstallation and Ope ration of Crystal Converter Kit for Radio Receiver BC A (Track) in Radio Set SCJi: A J ul. 44. nstructions For nstallation of Ele vation Antibacklash Gear Kit 545-AS5 Drive On Radio Set SCR-54fi-A Aug. 44. nstallation of Remote Tuning Control Shield Kit 545-MX10 on Remote Tuning Control Unit of Radio Set SCR-545-A Sept..1,.4.1 Radio Set SCR-545-A, Crystal Convel'ter Kit 5lt5-R8, Maintenance Parts List Jul. 4.F. Maintenanoe Parts List' Yor Calibrator BC-726-A Oct. 44. Radio Equipment RC-192-A, n stallation of Adapter Kit X192-MT1. * A-1 20 Nov. 44. Beacon Transmitter-Receiver AN/PPN-1A, nstructions for nstallation of Cable Extension Kit CG-204/PPN-1A A-2 10 Nov. 44. Beacon Transmitter Receiver AN PPN-lA, Antenna Receptacle and Plug Pre,!,entive Maintenance Sept. 44. Responder-Beacon-AN/PPN-1, nstructions for nstallation of Cable Extension Kit CG-193/PPN

50 .. DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES SGNAL-Continued TB Oct. 44. Rana-e Calibrator Maintenance Parts List Oct. 44. Maintenance of Detector Set AN PRS Oct. 44. Radio Set SCR-268-C, Shelters HO-18, HO-18A; Field Transit Racks Mar. 44. Waterproofing Radio Set SCR-584 For Amphibious Operation Nov. 44. Radio Sets SCR-602-T6 and SCR 602-A; Tent Floor Kit MC Apr nstructions fo?' Operaf.'ton of Strobe Switch on Unit 16A after nstallation ofmodification Kit No. 588-B-R Jul nstructions For nstallation of nlulation Modifica.tion Kit 588-MXl Fo?' Radio Set, SCR-588-A and B. U Jul..4 1 nstructions For nstallation of Mixer Stage Modification Kit 58F-R7 On Radio Set SCR-588. %J-" Jun. H 1 nstructions for nstallations of 6A C7-6V6G Control Chassill l'lodification Kit 588B-RJ on Radio Set SCR Jul. 44. nstructions for nstallation of Modulator Fan Modification Kit 588-MD30n Radio Set SCR-588 (Research Enterprises LTD Kit No. 4214) July nstruction for nbtallation of Preamplifier Modification Kit No. 588B-R3/on Radio Set SGR-588-B Aug. 44. nstructions for nstallation of Azimuth Setting Modification Kit MC-566 on Radio Set SCR Sept. 44. Radio Set, SCR-588, Power Unit PE-198-B, nstructions for nstallation of Frequency Stability mprovement Kit 588-PU Sept. 44. Radio Equipment RC-215-A; Towers TR 48 and TR 49, Foundations and Guy Anchorage Details. * Nov. 44 Radio Set AN/TPS-2, Tent Floor Kit MX-278/TPS-2... * Nov. 44. Radio Set AN/TPS-3, Tent Floor Kit MX-280/TPS Sept. 44. Radio Equipment RC-351-Tower TR-48, Foundation and Guy Anchorage Details. * A-1 10 Nov. 44. Radio Sets AN/TPS-1A, Tent Floor Kit MX-281/TPS-l Oct. 44. Radio Set SCR-296-A, Out of Service Maintenance Nov. 44. Radio Sets SCR-268-B and C, Modification of Oscilloscop~s BC-412-A and B, to extend Life of High-Voltage Transformer Jun. 44. Method of Cleaning R-F Transmission Line in Radio Set SCR Aug. 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Radio Set SCR Oct. 44. Radio Set SCR-584, R-F Transmission Lines, Methods of Cleaning. * Nov. 44. Radio Set SCR-584, Gate Modification Kit Me-581, Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing. : ltbi. Teebni""l Jllilletin il diltribljted only to interested headquarter. and to individual,.ho dljtie8 require that they have it. Thio Technical lljlletin mult be lafe&'ljarded in accordance with rovi.ionl of AR DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES TB Nov. 44. Radio Sets SCR-602-T6 and SCR- 602-A; Transmitters Bt-1081-T6 and BC""081":'A~ and Power Supply Units PE-172""T6 andpe-172-a, T~eatment of Hi~h-Voltage Transformers Nov. 44. Radio Sets SCR-602-T6 andscr 602-A, Transmitters, BC-1081-T6, BC-~081-A,Receiver BC-1082-T6 and BC-1082-A, 'Modification of Spark-Gap an9 Blower Motors and Replacement of High-Voltage Leads.. * Dec. 44. Lubricating Unit PU-9/TPS-2. nstructions for Power Sept. 44. Radio Set SCR-296-A, nstallation of Antenna Transmission-Line Harness iuiul~tor Kit Oct Radio Set SCR-296-A nstatlati01lo and Operation of Automatic Gain Control UnitBC 1t86-A Kit A96-R2.. * Oct. 44. Radio Set SCR-296-A; Range Unit BC-723-A, nstl1llation of Range Aided Tracking and Range Data Transmitter Kit A96-U Nov. 44. Radio Set SCR-296-A, Comp;ressor-Dehydrator Kit, A96-A1, nstructions for Adjusting Spring in Automatic Pressure Control, Oct. H/ Radio Sets SCR-268-B, C, SCR-5.16, '. C,D,E; nst'ructiqn8' for nstallation of Antijamming Filter Nov. 44. Radio Sets SCR-268, SCR-268-B and SCR-268-C; Replacement of Deficient Parts Oct. 44. Radio Set SCR-527-A, nstallation. of Modification Kit MC Nov. 44. Radio Set SCR-527-A; Receiver ndicator mprovement Kits 527-J3 and 527-J4. * Nov. 44 Radio Set SCR- L 527-A, Rectifier RA-67-A, nstallation of Rectifier Kit MC Oct. 44. Radio Set SCR-627-A; Power Supply Unit RA-107-A, Variac Shield Kit MC ' Nov. 44. Radio Set SCR-627-A, Chain Guide Kit MC-59l ,-1 19 April 41,.1 Proce<1ure for Checking Opero.tim of Azimuth Qil Pump Jun Procedure for Tuning Sweep Cir- Cl(its of Radio Set SCR-58" Jun. H'. nstructions for nstallations and Removal of Magnetron Tubes of Radio Set SCR Jun....'. Low Crystal Mi.cer Sensitivitll 01 Radio Set SCR-58" June 44. nstructions for Releasing Jamrn~ Elevation Gear Trains of Radio Set SCR Jun nstructions For Aging Magnetrona With Radio Set SCR-58';. ' Jul. 44. Painting Antenna Bowl of Radio Set SCR Sept. 44. Radio Set SCR-584-B; Range ndicator BC-1088-"B, nstallation of Motor Guard Au~. 44. Break-Down of Driver Output Transformer T-105 of Driver Unit Be-lOgO n Radio Sets SCR-584-A and SCR-584-B , Sept. H. 1 Radio Sets SCR-58..-A and SCR 584-B; Gate Modification Kit MC Sept RadiQ Sft SCR-58.+, Maint~1lQln" PQ,rt, List., :... t,..., i,...

51 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGE' NU»BER DATE. TTLE AND CHANGE!! SGNAL-Continued TB Sep. 44. Radio Sf)t SCR-584, nstructions for nstallation of Blower Motor in P)ace of Blower BL Nov. 44. Radio Set SCR-584, Remote 'Data ndicator_ Kit MC ~ Oct Radio Set SCR-584, Field Report of Operation Against Window Dec. 44. Radio Set SCR-584, nstructions. for nstalling Coupling Modification Kit MC Oct. 44. Radio Set SCR-6.36, Modulator Unit. No. 32, Triggatron Modification Kit. 11-~547A-l 4 Dec. 44. Radio Set AN/TPS-A, ndic~tor Unit 'D-16/TPS-1A, Transformer Kit MX 265/TPS-A A-2 29 Nov. 44. Radio Set AN/TPS-A, ndicator Unit D-16/TPS-1A, nstallation of ndicator mprovement Kit MX-351/TPS A-3 28 Nov. 44. Radio Set AN/TPS-A, ndicator Unit D-16/TPS-LA, ndicator mprovement Kit MX-350/TPS A-4 28 Nov. 44. Radio Set AN/TPS-A, ndicator Unit D-16/TPS-A, nstallation of ndicator mprovement Kit MX-349/TPS-1. *1l-1547A-5 27 Nov. 44. Radio Set AN/TPS-A, ndicator Unit D-16/TPS-A, nstallation of ndicator mprovement Kit MX-352/TPS-1. * Dec. 44. Radio Sets SCR-270-( ) and SCR-271-( ), Receiver-ndicator BC-1239-A, nstallation of Terminal Board Kit PN Sept. 44. Radio Sets SCR-270-BB, -CB, -DA, and -EAj Ventilation Equipment Kit 270 MX Jan. 45. Complete 100-Mile Spiral-Four Car rier System Oct. 44. Maintenance Parts List for Sub )r, stitute Central Office Equipment. i i -lthis Technical Bulletin is distributed only to ntere.ted headquartero and to individualo whose duties require that they have it. Thi. Technical Bulletin must be safeguarded in accordance with provision. of AR TB Jut. 44. Moistureprooting and Fungiproofinr Repeater TG-30 (Terminal) Jul. 44. Moistureprooting and Fungiproofing. Repeater TG-31 (intermediate) Nov. 44. Maintenance Parts List For Line Terminating and Simplex Panel Packaged' Equipment. ' Nov. 44. Maintenance Parts List For Voice: Frequency Ringer Packaged Equipment. ' Jun. 44. nstructions for Replacing B.roken Dec. 44. Radio Set SCR-584 Plan Position Cranks on Reel RL~39. Unit BC-058-( ) nstallation of Range Marker Oct. 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofine Switch. nstructions for Reel Assembly RL-106/V Oct. 44. Radio Set SCR-584" Field Service Apr. 44. mproved Procedures for Using Gen nformation. erator M-185-A Hydrogen) Sept. 44. Radio Sets SCR-602-T6 and SCR lr Apr. 44. Repair of Defective Radiosondes. 602-A; Control Panels BD-122-T6 and BD-122-A, Sep. 44. Tropicalization of Radiosonde Receptor AN / F 1\1 Q-l, nstallation of Voltage Re&,ulator Kit 602A-Pl Dec. 44. Radio Sets SCR-602-T6 and SCR May 44. Storage and Use of Neoprene Meteorological Balloons. 602-A, Power'Supply Unit PE-172, nstallation of Replacement Powe:z,: Transformer Oct. 44. Additional nformation and Maintenance Parts List for Selsyn Type Wind ndicatinr Dec. 44. Radio Set SCR-545-A, Pedestal FT 395-A Pinning Azimuth Potentiometer to Drive aj;ld Recording Equipment. shaft. * Dec. 44. nst~jlation of Frequency Meter and Dec. 44. Radto Set AN/TPS-2; Plotting. A-C Voltmeter in Test Set -209-B. Board MX-27/TP Sep. 44. Maintenance Parts List for Portable Reconlel'. 1l-1539~2 Dec. 44. Maintenance Parts List For Power Unit PU-9/TPS Sep. 44. Maintenance Parts List for Transcriber Double Tone-band Dec. 44. Radio Set AN/TPS-3 nstallation and Operation of Antenna Assembly AS-202/TPS-3. * Dec. 44. Moistureproofing and " Fungiproofinr and other Maintenance nformation for Dual Chan; Oct. 44.' Radio Sets SCR-615-T1 and SCR nel Amplifier AM-43/FRC. 615-A; Summa ry of mprovements and Recommended Changes. ' BC\-403-C, BC-403-D. C Dec. 43. Radio Set AN/TRC-1 and la, Radio Terminal Set AN /TRC-3, Radio Relay Set AN TRC-4 and 4A, and Amplifier Equipment AN TRA-l. C Oct. 44. Maintenance Parts List For Antenna Kit For Rhombic Receiving Antenna Nov. 44. Frequency Meter BC-906-E, Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing nstructions. SG 19 SG 2 15 Dec. 43. Think Next Time. SG 4 14 Jan. 44. Methods for mproving the Effectivenesl of Jungle Radio Communication. SG 5 20 Jan. 44. Defense against Radio Jamming. SG 7 18 Feb. H'. Rerised Nomenclature for Radio S~ta SCR-27o-( ) and SCR-271-( ). SG ,fa1'..4~'. nstallation Compensated Hartley Oscillator Kit on Oscilloscopes BC-W8-B, BC-403-C, BC-403-D. C 1. SG10 15 July 4V. Preamplifier Conversion Kit 270B-R!. SG11 7 Mar. 44', DiscTiminrttor BC-llBS. SGl 10 Jun.,H'. DUl Ba8eline Kit Number B SG 13 7 Mar. 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing Signal Corps Equipment. SG Mar. 44. Repair of Flashlights. "'SG March 44. Radar Anti-jamming. SG 17 4 Apr. 44. nstructions for nstallation of Data Transmitter Kit C-70-Dl. SG Mar. 44. Summary of Signal Corps Power Units. 31.lar. 44'. -A pplicatiim Teletypewriter and Automatic Ciphering Equipment to Fixed Radio and Wk. Ci1'cuits.

52 DATE, TTLE AND.CHAN~E' NtrHBEB DATH, TTLl AND CHANGE. TB SGO SG21 SG,23 SG24 SG25 SG~6. SG 28 SG29 SG30 SG31 SG 33 SG34 SG 35 SG36 SG37 SG39 SG40 SG41 SG42 'S1G43.gG 44 SG45 SG46 SG 47 8G4S 8G49 'l'b SG50 12 Jun. 44. Maintaining Telephone \Communication Under Gas Conditions.. SG Jun. 44. Tactical Call Words,. -S(t Jun. 4.4.ConnectiQn and Line-up Procedure For 11 SG53 SG54 SG55 SG56 SG57 SG 58 SG59 '. SG 60 SG 61 SG 62 SG 63 SG 64 SG66 SG67 SG 68 SG69 SG70 SG71 SG 72 SG73 SG74 8G 75 SG76 Switchboard BD-00 nter-connected With Other Teletypewriter Equipm,nt By Wire Lines and By Carrier Telegraph Equpment.'.. 13 Jun. 44. Connection of Plug On FF Caple O"! C To Oscilloscope BC-142-A For Radio Set BCR 268. ' 13 Jun. 44. Working Through Jamming 'withfre quency Modulated Radio Sets. 26 Jun. 44. Preventive MaintenanceServceil. en Gasoline and Diesel Engine Components of Power Units used by the Signal Corps. 15 Aug. 44'. nstructions for nstallation 'ormatching Network Kit fn1-cu1 on Radio Sets SCR'" 71-AC, SCR-1t71-DA. SCR-271-BB, & Asspciatell Radio Sets.. 11 Oct. 44. nstructions for ns~llation of Match - ing Network Kit 270-CU1 On Radio Setlil SC& 270-BB, SCR-270-DA, SCR-270-CB, and SCR 270-EA. C Jun. 44. nstallation of Transtat Coil &.. Core Assembly on Rectifier RA-38, Radio. Set' SC'R 268-( ). 14 Jul. 44. nstructions For nstallation of Mycalex Phlte (A-7A ) On Antenna AN-128-A (Used with Radio Equipment RC-148). 24 Nov. 44. Radio Set SCR-270-BB,-DA: Air Con ditioner MX-31A/MP and Radio Set SCR-527-A and SCR-627-A; Ai~ Conditioner MX-31B/MP; 10 Ju. 44. Uses of Adapter Plug U-4/G'l'. 15 Jun. 44. Classification of Radio Traffic. 14 Jul. 44. Warning Notice for Radar. 29 Jul. 44. Expedie~t Means of Determining Power Supply Frequency in the Field Using T.eletype writer Line Unit BE-77-A or BE-77-B. 2 Aug. 44. Wi\ter Maintenance of Signal Equip" ment. 2 Aug. 44. Laying Field Cable Under Water. 3 Aug. 44. nstallation of Blackout Kit 68-Q3 on Transmitter BC-407-A, Keying Unit BC-409-A, and Modulator BC-435-A and Radio Sets SCR-268 and SCR-268-B. 5 Aug. 44. Lubrication of Ground Signa.l Equip ment. 8 Aug. 44. nstallation of Radio Sets SCR-193-Q, SCR-506-( ), SCR-508-( ) or SCR-528-( ), SCR-608-( ), or SCR-628-( ), SCR-5o-( ), SCR-610-( ), and, Facsimile Equipment RC-58 ( ) n Truck,.l-Ton, 4x4, Command (Radio); (12-Volt). 9 Aug. 44. Moistureproofing and Fungiprooftn". ~ectifiers RA-34-A, B, C, D, E, F, and H. 9 Aug. 44. Tropical Maintenance of Ground Signal Equipment. 11 Aug. 44. Open-Wire TranspositiolUl. 21 Aug. 44. Miscellaneous mprovement Ktt n~ MX11. 8 Aug. 44. Desert Maintenance of Ground Signal Equipment. 11 Aug. 44. mproved Psychrometric Measuremen1l1l With Psychrometers ML-24 and ML

53 ',- DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES SGNAL-:-Continued TB TB SG Oct. 44. Radio Equipments RC-127-A, RC-145 SG 77 8 Aug. 44. nstructions for nstallation of Adapter Kit MX-257/TPS-3 for Radio Set AN/TPS-3. A, RC-184; Antenna AN-154-A; nstructions for Providing Satisfactory Weather Protection. SG Aug; 44. nstructions For nitial Line-Up and SG Oct. 44. Radio Sets SCR-270-( ) and SCR Check Of Levels n Standard Multi-Channel Radio 271- ( ) Nomenclature and ndex to Literature. Communication System. SG Oct. 44. Maintenance Parts List For Psychrometers ML-24 and ML SG '19 10 Aug. 44. nstructions for Replacing Broken Glass in Meters with Plastic Material. BG 80!e Oct Radio Sets SCR-270 and SCR-271, SG N~v. 44. Radio Set AN/TPS-2, nstallation of Equipped with Console Conversion, Receiver BC Adapter Kit MX-328/TPS , Discriminator BC-1270 and Modified -F SG Nov. 44. Headset H-16/U. Chassis Kit 270-D4. SG Oct. 44. Plotting Equipment ME-78. SG Aug. 44. Authority For Use of Radio Channels. SG Oct. 44. Replacement of Limited Standard SG 82 1 Oct. 44. Radio Set SCR-268-( ); Trailer Mount Power Unit PU-8/TTQ-l with Power Unit PE-197. K-28- ( ), nstallation of nspection Plate Kit 268-V5. ' SG Oct. 44. Converting Ordnance Small Arms Repair Truck to Basic Signal Corps Repair Truck. 'BG83 17 Aug. 44. Testing Connections of Cables L-1 and L-2 in Console Conversion Kits B7Q-Cl and D71 *SG l:t3 Nov. 44. Test and Calibration of Radio Direction Cl. Finders for Site and nstrumental Errors. SG Aug. 44. Care and Maintenance of Pole Climbing *SG Dec. 44. Radio Sets SCR-545-A and SCR Equipment.. SG Aug. 44. nformation on Use and Operation of Tube WL-530 and Tuning Procedure for Radio Sets SCR-270-( ) and SCR-271-( ). SG Aug. 44. Radio Set SCR-628-A; nstallation SG 89 SG of Azimuth ndex Kit 682-D Aug. 44. nstructions For Charging Battery BB 210/U. 28 Aug. 44. nstructions For Charging Battery BB 54-A. SG 91 l' Sep. 44. nstructions for nstallation of Range mprovement Kit 268-D6 on Radio Set SCR-268-C. SG 92 6 Sep.44. Radio Set SCR-682-A; Synchroscope 1-212; Synchroscope Slow-Sweep Jack Kit 682-TS2. SG Sep. 44. Radio Equipments RC-215-A & RC 351; nstallation of Telescope Bracket Kit MC-588. SG 94 4 Sep. 44. Tube Test Data' for Precision Tube Checker Series 910, 912, 914, 915, 920, 922, 954. SG Oct. 44. Radio Set 1\NTPS-2, nstallation of Adapter Kit MX-268/TP~-2. C 1., BG 96 5 Sep. 44. Repair nstructions for Field and Long Range Tactical Wire. SG Sep. 44. Accessory Equipment for Field Wire Construction Truck. SG Sep. 44. Replacement of Governor Adjusting Spring in Power Units PE-198-B and PE-198-C. SG Sep. 44. Preventive Maintenance for Briggs and Stratton, Wisconsin, and Jacobsen Engines (Air Cooled). SG Sep. 44. Maintenance of Cocks ML--56 and ML 201-A. SG Sep. 44. Long-Range Tactical Wire W-143. SG Oct. 44. Maintenance of Electric Organs n Army Chapels in Continental United States, Alaska, Panama Canal Zone, Puerto Rico and Hawaii.,. SG Oct. 44. Nomenclature Designations in Signal Corps Publications. C 1. SG Oct. 44. Lubricating and Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing nstructions and Maintenance Parts List For Power Units PE-108-A Through PE 108-E.. 1Thi. Technical Bulletin. distributed only to interested headquarters and to ndividual. whose duties require that they have t. This Technical Bulletin muat be safeguarded n accordance with provisions of AR , nstallation of Remote Data ndicator Kit MC 544. SG Nov. 44. Silica Gel Contained in Radio Sets SCR G09-A and B, SCHi10-A and B, SCR-609-A and B, SCR-610-A and B. SG Nov. 44. Provisions for Dual Belt Drive of Power Units PE-74 and PE-84. SG Nov. 44. Radio Sets AN/TPS-1, AN/TPS-lA, AN/TPS-1A, AN/TPS-3, SCR-602-T6, and SCR 602-A, Plotting Board MX-26/TP. _ SG Nov. 44. Digest of Field Reports for Ground Signal Equipment. SG Nov. 44. Radio Equipments RC-145-A, RC-184, RC-182-A, and RC-282-A, Operation in High Density Areas with reduced power and narrow Antenna Beam width.. SG Nov. 44. nstructions for Blackout Adapter M-374 and Filter M-384 for Flashlight TL--122, A, B, C, and D. SG Nov. 44. nstructions for Tying and Use of ''leave Tie for Field Wires and Cables. SG Nov. 44. Adapter M-418, Part of Test Set 1 56-A, C, D, E, H, J, and L and Tube Tester *SG Nov. 44. Preventive Maintenance Practices for Ground Signal Equipment. SG Nov. 44. Starting Procedure for Power Unit PE-8G. SG Nov. 44. nterchangeability of Armatures of Power Units PE-108-A, B, C, D, and E.' SG Nov. 44. Radio Sets SCR-270-(*) and SCR 271-(*), Oscilloscopes BC-4tl3-(*), Replacing Filter Resistors in High-Voltage Power Unit. SG Nov. 44. E~ergency Use of Telephone Repeater EE-99-A as Suhstitute for Repeater CF-3-A (Carrier), and as Four-Wire Repeater on Cable Facilities. SG Nov. 44. Chest Sets. *SG Nov. 44. Radio Sets SCR-270-( ) and SCRe 271-(*), Keying Unit BC-758-A, Relocation of High-Voltage Capacitor. *SG Nov. 44. Radio Set SCR-270-(*), SCR-271 (*) ; Receiver-ndicator BC-1239-A; nstallation of Console llumination Kit 270-D3.

54 DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES DATE. TTLE AND CHA.NG_ SGNAL-Continued TB, SG 13i 13 Nov Digest of Field Reports for Ground Radar Equipment. C 1, 2. SG 133 Nov. 44. Emergency Fuel Tank Support Modification on Power Units PE-74 and PE-84. SG 134 Nov. 44. Dynamotor Limited Repairs and Replacement Plan. SG 135 Nov. 44. Watersealing Mast Bases MP-48 and MP-48-A. SG 137 Nov. 44. Plan for Disposition of Sealed Transmitter and Receiver Units of Microphones. Telephone Transmitters, and Receivers. SG 138 Nov. 14. Construction of Separator Ring for Type CR Collapsible Power Reel. SG 139 Dec. 44. Replacement for Milin Bearings in Power Unit PE-198, Part of Radio Set SCR-588. SG 140 Dec. 4~. Waterproofing nterphone Equipment RC-99 nstalled in Carriage, Motor, 76-mm Gun M18 (T70). SG 143 Dec. 44. nstallation nstructions for Vehicular Radio Sets. SG 148 Dec. 44. Plan for Maintenance of Photographic imd Projector Equipment used b'y Army Ground Forces and Army Service Forces. SG 151 Jan. 45. Tube Puller TL-201 for use with Radio Sets SCR-694-C and AN/TRC-2. SG 152 Jan. 45. nstructions for nstallation and use of Test Set -209-A and B for Monitoring Power Unit Used with Radiosonde Receptor AN/FMQ-1. SG 153 Jan. 45. Transformer TF-13. *SG 154 Jan. 45. Ge'neral Standards for Vehicular Antenna nstallations. SG 155 Jan. 45. Headset-Microphone Assembly AN URA-1. SG E2 28 Jan. 44. German Radio Set Torn. Fu, d2. SG E3 10 Feb. 44. German Radio Set, Torn. E. b. SG E4 25 Feb, 44. German Radio Receiver, Spez 445b Bs. SG E5 8 Mar. 44. German Radio Transmitters and 10 W. S.c and 10 W. S.h. and German Radio Receivers U k w. E.e and Ukw. E. h. SG E7 17 Mar. 44. German Radio Set Fusprech. a. SG E8 29 Mar. 44. German Radio Transmitters 20 W.S. c and 20 W.S.d. SG E9 10 Apr, 44. German Radio Transmitter 100 W.S. SiG E10 15 Apr. 44. German Radio Transmitter 80 W. S. a. SG Ell 10 May 44. German Radio Transmitter 30 W. S. a. SG E12 15 May 44. German Radio Sets Feldfu. band Feldfu. c. SG E13 25 May 44. German Radio Set SE 469 A. SGE14 5 Jun. 44. German Radio Receiver Kw. E.A. SG E15 26 Jun. 44. Description and Use of Captured Enemy Field Wire and Cable. SG E16 12 Aug. 44. German Radio Set Torn. Fu. g. SG E17 25 Oct. 44. Japanese Radio Set, Model 94 Mark 6 Wireless Set Mark 23 Type H. Transmitter. SG E18 8 Nov. 44. Japanese Radio Set, Model 97 Light, Wireless Set. SG E19 6 Dec. 44. Japanese Radio Set Model 94 Mark 5 Wireless Set Mark 32 Type Transmitter Mark 32 Type Receiver. SH~ E20 Dec. 44. Power Supplies for German Radio Sets. 63 TM TRANSPORTATON Jul. 44. Transportation Corps General nstruotions for Operation and Care of Locomotives and Locomotive Cranes Aug. 44. Feedwater Treatment and Wash-Out Procedure for Locomotive and Locomotive Crane Boilers Aug. 44. Echelon Maintenance Schedule For Locomotives and Locomotive Cranes n Zone of nterior and Contiguous Departments and Command Aug. 44. Preventive Maintenance Schedule For nternal Combustion Locomotives and Locomotive Cranes Apr. 44. Standard Plans Roadway. Track, and Structures Aug. 44. Detailed nstructions For First and Third Echelon Maintenance of Hospital Cars in Zone of nterior. TC1 29 Jan. 44. Feedwater Treatment for Locomotive and Locomotive-Crane Boilers. TC2 18 Apr. 44. Boiler Wash-out Procedure. 31. TECHNCAL MANUALS. (For description see par. 9) DATE. TTLE AND CRANGES AR TM Nov. 40. Air Navigation. C Mar. 41. Celestial Air Navigation. C Jun. 42. Air Navigation Tables. C Jul. 41. Basic Photography. C Nov. 42. Aerial Photography. C May 40. Weather Manual For Pilots Feb. 43. Elementary Weather for Air Crew Trainees Apr. 42. Basic Weather for Pilot Trainees. C Dec. 43. Elementary Physics for Air Crew Trainees Jun. 42. The Weather Observer. 43 Supp Jan. 44. Arctic Manual Jan. 43. Precision Bombing Practice. C1,1, 3,,,; Mar. 41. Handbook for Bombardiers Jul. 43. Bombing Aids Dec. 42. Dive Bombing May 42. Aerial Gunnery Practice and Record Fi~ ing. C 1, t Dec. 42. Fixed Aerial and Ground Gunnery (tentative). 1~ Feb. 43. Tactics and Technique of Air Chemical Spraying. C 1, 2, Apr. 40. Theory of Ballooning Oct. 40. Hydrogen Feb. 41. Airship Aerodynamics Oct. 40. Aerostatics "Jan. 4,P. Height Finding with the SCR-5$'1-A. 1Thi~ T~chnical Manual la. dlatributed only to ntere8ted headquartera and to mdlvlduals whose dutes require that they have t. This Technical Manual mu8t be safeguarded in accordance with provisions of All

55 ,... :Br1l'MBER DATE, TTLl AND CHANGEll DATE, TTLE AND CHANGEll tl A~Continued..TM Feb. 44. Theory of Flight. C 1, ~O Dec. 43. Turbosupercharger and Airplane Power Plant 'Dec. 41. Aircraft Engines. _ '16 Apr. 42. Aircraft Electrical Systems Feb. 44. Aircraft nduction Fuel and Oil Systems Mar. 44. Aircraft Power Plant Operation Jul. 41. Aircraft Armament and Pyrotechnics Sep. 43. Airplane Structures May 44. Airplane Hydraulic Systems ) Jan. 44. Aircraft Propellers. C Feb. 42. Ai~craft nstruments Dec. 42. Aircraft Woodwork Aug. 43. Airplane nspection Guide Mar. 44. Miscellaneous Aircraft Equipment. C Sep. 44. Aircraft Fabric Work and Application of Finishes Nov. 40. Lathes. C Apr. 42. Milling Machines, Shapers, and Planers Nov. 40. Grinding Machines. C Sep. 41. Heat Treating And nspection of Metals. C 1, Jun. 42. Aircraft Hardware and Materials Apr. 42. Welding. C Feb. 41. Aircraft Sheet Metal Work. C Jan. 41. Parachutes, Aircraft Fabrics and Clothing. C 1, f Aug. 44. Electrical Fundamentals Mar. 43. Radiotelephone Procedure. 1-4&5 2 Dec. 41. Airground Communication : May 42. Aircraft Radio Shop Practice Dec. 42. Radio Equipment May 42. Electrical Armament Controls Aug. 44. Harmonization of Aircraft Fixed Guns and Sights May 41. Bomb Racks, Tow Target Equipment, and Flare Racks Apr. 42. Aircraft Cameras (Machine Gun) Mar. 43. Synchronizing. : Sep. 43. Physiological Aspects of Flying Sep. 43. Applied Physics for Airplane Mechanics Feb. 43. Basic Glider Training (tentative) Apr. 43. Advanced Glider Training (tentative) Sept. 43. Mathematics for Air Crew T-ninees. C 1, Sep. 43. Vocational Teaching Mar. 43. Fundamentals of Mechanical Drawing May 42. Shotgun and Skeet Shooting. CAVALRY Mar. 41. The Horseshoer. C 1. CHEMCAL WARFARE Oct. 41. The Gas Mask. C 1,, 1,4, S Apr. 42. Military Chemistry and Chemical Agents. C 1. TM Nov. 43. Decontamination. C April. 43. Decontaminating Apparatus M3Al. C 1, 2, 3, 4, Feb. 44. Decontaminating Apparatus, M4, Skid Mount, Power Driven, 400-Gallon. C 1,,, Jul. 44. Decontaminating Apparatus, Power Driven M3A Aug. 44. Heater, Water, Portable, M1 and Othe:r Auxiliary Equipment for Apparatus, Decontami nating, Power-Driven, M3A1, M3A2, and M Nov. 42. Horse Gas Mask, M4 and M Apr. 44. Chemical Warfare Weather Manual Dec. 40. Storage and Shipment of Dangeroul Chemicals. C 1, Oct. 43. Chemical Handling and Loading Equip. ment. C 1, f, Feb. 44. Clothing mpregnating Plant M. *3-281 nstallation-operation Maintenance nstructions for TD, Type M2 mpregnating Plant Mar. 44. Miscellaneous Gas Protective Equipment. C 1, f Mar. 44. Miscellaneous Chemical Munitions Jun. 44. Use of Chemical. Agents and Munitions n Training. g Feb. 42. Portable Chemical Cylinder M1A2. C 1, f~ Oct inch Chemical Mortar MA!. C 1, 2, 3, 4, Mar. 42. ncendiary Bombs May 43. Gasproof Shelters May 43. Portable Flame Throwers M and MA1. C 1. * Dec. 43. Portable Flame Thrower, E A 16 May 44. Portable Flame Thro!'er M Aug. 44. Compressor, Air, Gasoline Engine-Driven, 7CFM, M May 43. Mechanical Smoke Generator M1 (100 Gallon) Jun. 44. Smoke Generator,. Mechanical, M2 (50 Gallon). COAST ARTLLERY Feb. 40. Coast Artillery Ammunition. C t, Mar. 40. Coast Artillery Weapons and, Materiel. C 1,2, Apr. 42. Controlled Submarine Mine Materiel. C 1, Mar. 43. Antiaircraft Artillery Target Practice. C 1,2, Jan. 44. Seacoast Artillery Target Practice. C Sep. 42. nstructions for Use of Rocket Target M2 by Antiaircraft Units. C 1,2, Jun. 44. Radio Controlled Target (JR) Boat Mar. 43. Coordinate Conversion Tables.- C Q 20 Dec. 42. Meteorology for Coast Artillery Jun. 41. Preservation and Care of Seacoast D.. fense Materiel May 44'. Flak Analysil. lthis Technical Manual s distributed only to nterested hudqu..-t.. and to individuals whose duties require that ihey have it. This TeehDillal Manual Dlust bs safeguarded.n accordance with provisions of AR "0:-60

56 -- / DATE, 'ftl!! AND CRANGJlL COAST ARTLLERY-Continued TM Apr. 42. Fixed Seacoast Artillery First and Second Class Gunners Jan. 42. Coast Artillery Gunners' nstruction, Fixed Seacoast Artillery, Expert Gunners Jan. 42. Mobile Seacoast Artillery, First Second Class Gunners May 42. Mobile Seacoast Artillery Expert Gunners. ENGJEERS Dec. 42. Rigging and Engineer Hand Tools. C 1, f May 43. Carpentry. C Sep. 44. Engineer Foundry Nov. 40. Topographic Drafting. ~ Oct. 40. Surveying.C Jul. 40. Surveying Tables. C 1, f May 44. Aerial Photography Jun. 43. Multiplex Mapping Equipment Apr.' 42. Map Reproduction Dec. 42. nterpretation of Aerial Photographs Apr. 44. Aviation Engineers Jul. 41. Protective Concealment for Seacoast Fortifications Feb. 43. Protective Concealment for Airfields and Other Fixed nstallations May 43. Camouflage. Supp. 1, 2, S, ~, Mar. 44. Light Stream-Crossing Equipage May 44. Steel Treadway Bridge, M Jul ton Ponton Bridge, Model 1940, and 10-ton Ponton Bridge Model C 1, " 18 Jun. 43. Portable Steel Highway Bridges H-10 and H Apr. 43. Pneumatic Ponton Bridge, MS Oct. 43. Ten-ton Trestle Bridge. C Sep. 43. Fixed Steel Panel Bridge Bailey Type. Cl Jun. 44. Outboard Motors Jan. 44. Suspension Bridges for Mountain Warfare Dec. 44. Construction in the Theater of Operations Jun. 44. Semipermanent Stelll Highway Bridges, 30-, 60-, and 90-ft. Spans Water Supply and Water Purification. C 1, Feb. 44. Ground Water Supply for Military Operations Nov. 43. Well Drilling Mar. 42. Military Protective Construction (Pas" sive Defense Measures Against Aerial Attack). 1i Mar. 44. Fire Protection by Troop Organizations n Theaters of Operations Apr. 44. Airplane Crash Fire Fighting. 1i Nov. 43. Military Pipe Line Systems Jan. 44. Mobile Oxygen-nitrogen Generating Units Oct. 44. Engineer Port, Repair Ship. 6':"371 U Mar Beam Railway Bridge. DAT!!, TlTLJl AND CHANG.,. TM Nov. 43. (Tentative) Unit Construction Railwa1 Bridge. C Aug. 44. Through Truss Railway Bridges Oct. 43. Unit Steel Trestle, Light Standard and Standard Apr. 44. Tentative (V-Type Steel Trestle Equip. ment) Sep. 44. Military Diving. :1:5-500 Pump, Carver (Model 255). :1: Pump, Centrifugal, 2", Red Jacket (Model 7-M). :j: Pump Centrifugal, 2", Carver (Model 25212)., :1: Pump Centrifugal, 4" MTD Carver (Model 4882). :j:5-500':"7 Pump, Sump,' ngersoll Rand (Model, size 25) Shovel, Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline,.i-cu. yd.j with Attachments, Link-Belt, Model LS Scraper, Carryall, 31;2 cu. yd., LeTourneau (Model X) Rolleri Portable, Littleford (Model CS). :1: Roller, Pneumatic Tired, William Bros. (Model 67W) Rooter, LeTourneau (Model K-30) Spreader, Material, Buckeye (Model 9-4 Whee!). :1: Trailer, 10-Ton Sprayer, Paint, Pneumatic, Portable without Compressor, DeVilbiss Saw, Circular, Portable, Motor Driven, 220-Volt, 60-Cyc1e, AC, 12-inch Blade, Skilsaw Model 127. :1: Grinder, Bench Mounted Air Operated, ngerson Rand (Model 4G). t Paint Spraying Unit. t Drill, Air (Stell). ingersoll Rand (Model B). :j: Saw P~eumatic, ngersoll Rand (Model B-12). t5-575 Searchlight, 60-in., General Electric Model Aggregate Material Spreader Model Dec. 42. Asphalt Mixer, Model Dec. 43. Dryer, Aggregate, Dual-Dl'um, Travel or Central Plant, Trailer-Mounted, 80 to 150 tons per hr., Barber-Greene, Model 833. C Nov: 42. Bucket Loader Model 82-A Dec. 42. Asphalt Finisher, Model 879A Dec. 42. Belt Conveyor Style N Nov. 42. Duml, Asphalt, Trailer-Mounted with Distributor, Attachments, Littleford, Model US Nov. 42. Tank, Car, Heater, Model DS, 3-car capacity Oct. 42. Asphalt Plant, Erection and Operation Dec. 43. Grader, Road, Motorized Diesel, 12 ft. Moldboard, Caterpillar, Model Jan. 43. Blade Grader-Model No. 66, Hand Controlled Motor Grader, Model G AG Gasoline Apr. 43. Grader, Road, Towed-Type, Leanin. Wheel, Hand Controlled, 10 ft. Moldboard Caterpillar Model Mar. 44. Pump, Asphalt, Trailer-Mounted, with Distributor Attachments, Littleford, Model US-SC, with LeRoi Engine, Model D-140-P Nov. 42. Motor Grader, Type 101 Diesel Model G AG. tr.sued by Maintenance Publication Office. War Plan. Division. Bas U78, Columbus. Ohio to U.er. 01 Equipmtmt Onlu.

57 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGE!! NUJUBER DA1'i'J, TT~E AND CHANGES ---'----- ENGNEERS-Continued TM TM * Apr. H. Heater, Asphalt, Trailer-Mounted, a :1: Jan. 44. Crusher, Rock, Jaw-type, 4-wheel car, 42-HP, Cleaver-Brooks Model DS-31, 'Briggs Trailer-Mounted, 7 Cu. Yd. per hr. Gruendler, Type & Stratton Engine, Model ZZ. 1016A ~ov. 42. Peg- Tooth Harrow, McCormick-Deering Ditcher, Model 44-C. No 2 Easy-Fold (Four-8eetion-140 Teeth) Dec. 42. Mixer, Rotary Tiller, Soil Stabilization, Jan. 43. Harrow, Disc, Offset, 8-ft., 24-in. Discs, Self-Powered, Trailer-mounted, Gasoline, Model nternational Harvester Model DY-RR SO-49. MHD i Jan. 43. Cultivator, Chisel-Tooth 12 in. Spacing, Mar. 44. Grader, Road, Towed-Type, Leaning- R-ft. Wide, ntel'llational Harvester, Model DY- Wheel, Hand-Controlled, 10-ft. Moldboard, Adams, RR--F. Model 104 with Scarifier Jan. 4:1. Plow. Traetor, with Standing Cutter Jan. 44. Crushing and Screening Plant, 2-Unit, and single plain share, Model No. 11. Gasoline, Semi-Trailer-Mounted with Dollies, 25-cu Jan. 43. Plow, Buttom and Disc. Towed-Type yd. pl'. hr. owa Model No.1, Maintenance. Four H-i!!. Buttollls, Deere, J'lodel Sept. 43. Crushing and Screening Plant 2-Unit, Gasoline, Semi-Trailer-Mounted with Dollies, 25-cu Feb. 43. Rooter, Cable Operated 3-tooth, Model 1-H3. yd. per hr. owa, Model No.1 Parts Feb. 4,;. Gmder, Road, Towed-Type, Leaning Jan. 43. Pump, Bituminous, Trailer-Mounted Wheel, Hall'-Contl'Oled, 12 ft. Adams, Modelboard Littleford, Model US-113. Adams. l\hlcl 12j Dec. 42. Tank Car Heater, Model DS 2 car ca Feb. 4:;' ~c1'apl'j', Huad, Drag-Type-Rotary 13 pacity. cu. ft. Adallls "~r'()dc Dec. 42. Tank Car Heater, Model DS 2 car ca Feb. 43. Serape', Road, Drag-Type, Rotary, 34 pacity. cu. ft. Adams, l\odel 3,J Nov. 42. Tank Car Heater, Model DS,-3 car ca June 4c1. Roller, Road Gasoline, Tandem, 2-Axle, pacity. 2- to 21,~-ton, Ferguson, Model 151. ' Nov. 43. Spreader, Sand, Towed Type, Traction Jan. 43. Holler, Road Powered, Gasoline, 3-wheel, Powered, Good Roads, Model 2S. 10-ton, l\1odd "Chief." Dec. 42. Aggregate Batching Plant (Model P Oct.. 4:3: \'-a"hing and Screening Plant, Sand and Compartment.) i Gravel, 75-tons pr. hr. Pioneer, Model 412-VW. ' Bituminous Brush, Drag., Model D. Traffic and Feb. H. Crushing and Screening Plant, 2 Units, Road Equip. Co. (SPM-1385). Gawli ne, ~"'lli- TraJ0l'-l\1ounted, with Dollies, May 43. Spreader, Concrete, Gasoline Engine- eu. ~-d. 1'1'. 1t1'. lowa... l\lodel No.2 with Buda L-525 Drive Form-Hiding, 20 ft. Width, Blaw-Knox Model Engine. SA with Hercules Engine, Model QXD 5. :1: Gruendlel' Type "A" 10x16 portable Jaw Crusher. 1) Jul. 43. Spreader, Concrete Gasoline Engine Gruendler Crusher and Pulverizer Co. (SPM-1805). Driven 20 ft. width Model SA with Continental En- * Mar. 44. Cmshing and Screening Plant, 2-Unit, gine Model P F226. C 1. Gasoline Engine-Driven, Semi-Trailer~Mounted,with May 43. Roller, Road, Towed-Type, Sheepsfoot, Dollies, 25 cu. yd. per hr. owa Model 2A, with Case 1-drum, with Removable feet, LeTourneau, Model Eng'ine.!\dodd LAE. W-1; 2-drums, in line, Model W-2. * Jan..14. Loader, Edt, Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline Nov. 42. Spreader, Concrete, Gasoline Engine El1g'inc~nl i\ "n. Snow, Barber-Greene, Model 38-D, Driven, Form Riding 20 ft. width Jaeger Model CS- \vith Bucket l.oader Boom Attachment, Buda Engine, 20. Model HP-~ Dec. 42. Finisher/Concrete, Self-propelled 20 ft Dec. 4;J. Loader, Bucket, Grawler-Mounted Gasapaving width, Model H. line Engine-lt'iven, 3-eu. yd. Barber-Greene, Model Sept. 43. Spreader Concrete, Gasoline Engine- 82 A, with fllhla Engine HP 326. Driven Form-Riding, 20 ft. width. Blaw-Knox, Model Apr. 4;1. Grader, Road, Towed Leaning Wheel, S. Hand Contlllled, 61~ foot Mold board, Adams, Model Feb. 43. Finisher, Concrete, Form-Riding, ft. width, Blaw-Knox, Model XC Apr. 43. r:ollr:r, Road, Towed 8heepsfoot, Single Nov. 42. Tamper Form, Concrete, Gasoline En- drum with l:emoyable Feet, (Model No. 10-S). gine-driven, Adjustable for 7 t~ 10 in Forms Jaeger, * Mar (;1'"de1', l~oad, Towed-Type, Elevating, Modell. Power Controlled, 48-inch Carrier, Adams, Model Apr. 43. Paver Concrete, Crawler Mounted Sin Feb. 4,1.?li:--."l', notary-tiller, Soil Stabilization gle-drum Model Multifoote 34E. Power Take-Otf, Trailel'-Mounted, Seaman, Model 6-io74 15 Jul. 43. Mixer, Concrete, Gasoline Engine Driven- ABT-48. Trailer Mounted, 7 cu. ft. Model 78 Dandie, with :1: Roller, Tcm ed, Model US Littleford Bros. LeRoi Engine M Model XRP. nc Jan. 44. Mixer, Concrete, Gasoline Trailer Nov. 43. li~tl'ibutor, Bituminous Material Trailer- Mounted, 14-cu. ft. Ransome, Model 14 S-U with Mounted 12;')0 gal., Etnyre Model MX-D4, Style RE, LeRoi Engine, D-140. with LeRoi Model P-2877D2 Engine. -.: Dec. 43. Distrihutor Bituminous Material, Trail. ;ssued by Maintenance Publication Office. War Plano Division, Box ~1 1879, Columbus, Ohio to User. of Equipment Onlv. er-i, ounted. 12;)0 g.al.,, Etnyre Model MX-D5,! $Not availab~. Style RE, with LeRoi Model D-140-P7-3 Engine. ~:--, :----~1)_6. ~...

58 DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TlT.E AND CHANGES ENGNEERS-Continued TM Apr. 44. Distributor, Bituminous Material,. Truck-Mounted, 800 gal, Etnyre, Model MX-D6, Style RE with LeRoi Engine Model D-140. * Feb. 44. Pump, Water, Trailer-Mounted with distributor, Attachments, Rosco Model MAE, with Wisconsin Engine, Model VE-4l. * Oct. 44. Mixer, Concrete, Gasoline, Trailer Mounted, 7 cu. ft., Construction Machinery Co., Model Tan. 44. Roller, Road, Towed-Type, Wheeled, Rubbel-Tired, 13 Tires, William Bros. Model 67W. ; Apr. 43. Roller, Ro~d, Gaspline, Tandem 2-Axle, 5 to 8 tor Buffalo-Sprmgfield, Model KT Jan Ditcher, Plow-Type, 12 in., Bottom 26 in. Depth, Killefer, Model 350-R Mar. 44. Tank, Asphalt, Steel, Trailer-Mounted, with Steam Coils, 1,500-gal., Littleford, Model 102S. * Nov. 43. Tank, Asphalt, Steel, Truck-Mounted, with Steam Coils, 800-gal. Rasco, Model RMU, with Wisconsin Engine, Model VE May 44. Distributor, Water-Truck Mounted 1,000 gal. Rasco, Model MME, with Wisconsin Engine, Model VE Jan. 42. Heater, Water, Paver, Concrete Littleford Model 5C Apr. 43. Kettle, Asphalt Repair, Trailer-Mounted with Motor-Driven Hand Spray, 165 gal. Capacity, Littleford, Model 84 Hd-3. * 'Mar. 44. Kettle, Asphalt Repair, Trailer. Mounted, with Motor Driven Hand Spray, 110-gal on capacit)" Model 66-US Airborne, with Lawson Engine Model ,6 May 44. Kettle, Asphalt-Repair, Trailer-Mounted, With Motor-Driven Hand Spray, 165-gal. Capacity Littleford, Model 84-HD-3 Series T Mar. 44. Shovel, Crawler-Mo~nted, Gasoline, 112 cu. yd. with attachments; Osgood, Model 200, with Buda Engine, Model HP-326 (Shovel serial numbers 3151 throug~ 3870 and 3971 through 3988). 5-[165 Shovel, Crawler-Mounted, Diesel, 2 cu. yd. with Attachments, Northwest, Model 78 D Jul. 43. Shovel, Crawler-Mounted Diesel, 2 cu. yd. with Attachments, Northwest, Model 78D, Parts, Catalog Dec. 43. Crane, Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline %,-cu. yd., with attachments, Koehring Model Jan. 43. Shovel, Crawler-Mounted Gasoline.i cu. yd. with Attachments, Bucyrus Erie, Model 15 B Sep. 43. Crane, Truck-Mounted Gasoline % cu. yd. Quickway, Model E, with H Model U-9 Power Unit Feb. 42. Ditching Machine, Wheeltype Crawler, Mounted, Gasoline Digging Depth 5 ft. 6 in. width 23 in. Cleveland Model 110. :: Model Tx2l. 3-axle Tandem (Roller) Buffalo Springfield Roller Co. (SPM-1014) Sep. 43. Roller, Road, Gasoline Engine Driven, Tandem, 3-Axle, 9 to 14 ton, Model KX-16. :1: Kohler 10-Ton Gasoline Roller, Serial H-1001-H 1470 ncl. (SPM-1809). :tssued by Maintenance Publication Office. War Plans Division, Box Columbus. Ohio to Users of Equipment Only. Not in stock; not to be requisitioned. 57 TM Apr. 43. Scraper, Towed, Hydraulically Operated, Ph cu. yd., Model Cab and Model H.U. BycL Unit. :1: Finisher, Concrete, Form-riding, 20-ft. to 25...: t., Blaw-Knox Model XD, with Hercules Engine, Model XB Mobiloader, Models 8, SH, 8C, 8M, 8B for Caterpillar D8 and RD8 Tractor Athey TruS$ Wheel Co May 43. Shovel, Power, Crawler Mounted, Gaso--. line %, cu. yd. (Model No. 70 with Buda Engine Model K-393) Dec. 43. Shovel, Power, Crawler Mounted Gaso- line %,, cu. yd. Model No. 70, with Buda Engine model K-393 (parts catalog) Mar. 44. Scraper, Road, Motorized, Cable-Ope~ ated, 12 cu. yd., LeTourneau, Model Super C, Tourna. pull, with Model LP Carryall Mar. 44. Scraper, Road, Towed-Type, Cable Operated 3%-cu. yd., LeTourneau, Model D Aug. 43. Scraper. Road, Towed-Type, Cable Operated 8-cu. yd., Type, LeTournea\1, Model LS Jun. 42. Scraper, Road, Towed-Type, Cable Operated 8-cu. yd., Type LeTourneau, Model LS. '/ Jul. 43. Scraper, Road, Towed-Type, - Cable-Ope~ ated Type V Model LP. * Sep. 43. Tiltdozer, Tractor Mounting, Cable Operated, Model A Jul. 43. Angledozer, Tractor-Mounting, Cable Operated, LeToul'lleau, :\10del SK Ju Angledozer. Tractor-Mounting, Cable Operated, LeTourneau, Model WCK Jul. 43. Angledozer. Tractor-Mounting, Cable Operated LeTourneau, Model c...:4 (For use with LeTourneau T-4 Power Control Unit.) Sept. 4:3. Plow, Disc, Towed Type, Five 28 inch Discs Deere Model Jul. 43. Crushing, Screening, Washing Plant, Rock, and Gravel. 5 and 9 unit Combination Crawler Mounted, T. P. H., Gasoline Erection and Operation Feb. 44. Crusher, Jaw-Type, Gasoline Engine Driven Crawler-Mounted, 30-in. x 42-in. to 200 to 400-tOllS per hr. Model,;(i-A Feb. 44. Crushed, Roll-Type, Gasoline Engine Driven, Crawler-Mounted 54 in. dia. x 24 in. Face 100 to 190 Tons per hr. Model 54-VA Feb. 44. Crusher, Screener and Washer, Roll-type Belt-Driven, Crawler Mounted, 40-in Dia. x 22 in. Face 40 to 140 TPH Model 300 WA, and Dehydrator, Sand, Screw, Feed Chain-Driven, Trailer-Mounted, 4 Steel Wheels, 40 to 60 TPH Pioneer. 5-1~50 2 Feb. 44. Crusher, Roll-type, GJoBoline Engine Driwn, Trailer-Mounted, 6-Stee Wheels, 40-in Dis. x 22 in. Face. 40 to 140 tons per hour, Model 42-VA. * Feb. 44. Scrubber and Washer, Paddle-Type Feb. 44. Power ~Jnit, Gasoline Engine-Driven, Trailer-Mounted, 4-Steel Wheels, 120 to 140-HP, 'Model 300 WA Feb. 44. Pump, Centrifugal, Gasoline Engine Driven, Trailer-Mounted, 6-in., Discharge 1,000 gpm. at 80-ft., Head, Model 300-WA.

59 DATE. TTLR AND CHANGES DATE, 'l'tljd AND (lhanges TM ENGNEERS-Continued Feb Conveyor, Belt, Transfer, High Gasoline, Engine-Driven, 30 in. x 50 ft. Mast; 30 in. x 35 ft. Low Mast; 30 in. x 50 ft. Low Mast. 300-FPM; 30 in. x 50-ft. Low Mast, 400-FPM Aug. 43. ~sphalt and Soil Aggregate, Mixing Plant. Gasoline Engine-Driven. 25 tons per hr. -4 units, Barber-Greene. 1:1: , 6, 7 and 8-Ton Huber Roller, Buda HP260 Gaso, line Engine. Huber Mfg. Co. (SPM-1021) May 43. Bulldozer, Hydraullic Tractor Mounted 59 in. Blade, Model BABX for Model CA-1, Clarkair Crawler. '-1272 Oct. 43. Angledozer, Tractor Mounting, Cable Operated LaPlante-Choate, Model R-76R (For Model D7 Caterpillar Tractor) Roller, Littleford, Model C. (SPM-1046). 1:1: Model No. 75 Water Distributor, Littleford Bros., nc. (SPM-1556) Aug. 43. Asphalt and Soil Aggregate Mixing Plant, Gasoline Engine-Driven, 25 tons per hr., 4 units. Barber-Greene Mar. 44. Angledozer, Tractor-Mounting, Hydraulic-Operated, LaPlant-Choate, Model R-63 (For Caterpillar D6 Tractor) Mar. 44. Angledozer, Tractor-Mounting, Hydraulic-Operated, LaPlant-Choate, Model 4-R for Caterpillar Tractor, Model D Apr. 44. Bulldozer, Tank-Mounting, Hydraulic Operated, LaPlant-Choate, Model BM4, for M4A1 A2 and A3, Medium Model Tanks. :1: Bulldozer, Model XD9 for use with D8 caterpillar tractor. R. G. LeTourneau nc. :t Austin-Western 3-Type Rip Rooter, Austin-Western Road Machinery Co Bulk Cement Plant. Blaw-Knox Division of Blaw Knox Co. li-1338 Athey Mobiloader Models 4 and W4 for Caterpillar D and R4 Standard or wide gauge Tractors, Athey 'Truss Wheel Co Haiss Loader, Bucbt Type, Model 75-C. LeRoi Motor, Model D-201-7, George Haiss Mfg. Co", nc Model C Tournapull. R. G. LeTourneau, nc. (SPM-1099). :t Roadbuilder, Mounted on Cletrac BG Tractors, Model RE, Garwood ndustries, nc. (SPM-1128). :1: Trackson Traxcavator, Model T4 (Bucket Eoader). Trackson Co. (SPM-1207). :1: Bros Rotary Snow PloW', Model 37 PR-188 Mtd. on Diamond T-986A Army 4-Ton, 6x6 Chassis. Wm. Bros. Boiler & Mfg. Co. (SPM-2477). 1:1: Caterpillar D8 Tractor LaPlant-Choate R8 Trailbuilder, LaPlant V8 Snow Plow, Williamette-Hyster D8N Winch. Caterpillar Tractor Co. (SPM-2339). :1: Model 20, American-Bosch Magnetos, Type MJS 4C MJA 6C; Wico Magnetos Series APStd. and Heavy. Fairbanks-Morse Magnetos, Bay City Shovel, nc. (SPM-1247). 1:1: Model 75, Link Belt Speeder, Shovel. Link-Belt Speeder Corp. (SPM-1768). :1: Adams Motor Grader, Model No. 402; Motor 'Model, FBC-450 HC, J. D. A,dams. (SPM-1317).... Uaaued b,. Maintenanee Publieation Offiee. War Piana Division, Box 18711, Columbus, Ohio to UlleTa of Equipment Onlu. Pl'oi a.,a1~je. ' TM #:1: Multifoote Paver, Model 27E. Foote Co., nc., (SPM-1500). / #:1: Killefer "c".series Cultivators Killefer Mfg. Corp. (SPM-1271). #:1: Mammoth Hauling Scrapers. The Slusser-McLean Scraper Co. (SPM-161l). t.f; Sauerman Slackline CabJeway Excavators and * Power Drag Scrapers, Sauerman Bros. nc. (SPM 1994). - #:1: Trailbuilder, TAB 20 and up for Clark Tractor, LaPlant-Choate Mfg. Co. (SPM-2087). #:1: Koehring 14S-3A Mixer with LeRoi Engine Model No. D133Pl-7. Koehring Co. (SPM-1783). :1:5-1'8' Wood Roadmixer, Model Series ~o. 48. Wood Roadmixer Co. (SPM-1391). :1: S Model "U" Mixer, Ransome Concrete Machinery Co. (SPM-1225). #:1: Bituminous Pressure Distributor. Model 875XA.. Municipal Supply Co. (SYM-1260). #:1: Roller Road, Powered, Diesel, 8-12 Ton Varfable Weight, Model "Tandem." Galion ron Works and Mfg. Co. (SPM-1797). #:j: Osgood Type 80 Cranes, with Caterpillar D Engine, Kohler 200o--Watt Light Plant. Model L, AC Fuel Pump, Model B Bosch Magneto, Type MJC4C-8 Curtis Air Compressor, Model F Nugent Pressure Oil Filter. Fig. 116TZ. Size r. Williams Clamshell Bucket. Type MF Williams Bucket. Type MF Williams Dragline Bucket, Type DX. Osgood Shovel Co. (SPM-2265). #:1: Crop Disc Harrows, Four-Gang, 180A Series. Killefer Mfg. Co. (SPM-1272). #:1: John Deere, Models KB and KC Tractor Disc Harrows, Deere & Mansur Works of Deere & Co. (SPM-1430). #:1: Model C. Turnapull (with Caterpillar D468 Motor) Model TC1 Power Control Unit, Model LS Carryall (with Bendix 17 x 4 Duo Servo Brake) R. G. LeTourneau, nc. (SPM-1552). :1: Bulldozer Model K8, for use with D8 Caterpillar Tractor, R. G. LeTourneau, nc. (SPM-1111). :1: Treedozer, Tractor-Mounted Hydraulic operated, LaPlant-Choate Model TD8 for Caterpillar Tractor Model D8, (SPM-2318). #:1: "Carrimor" Scraper, CW-0 (SPM-2254) La Plant-Choate Mfg. Co. #:1: Model AD Motor Grader. Allis-Chalmers Co. (SPM-2040). #:1: Austin-Western Camet Roller. (D-8700 and up.) Austin-Western Road Machinery Co. (SPM-1909). #:1: Smith Non-Tilting Mixers 7-S and Sizes, Model 356. T. L. Smith Co. (SPM-1907). * Mar. 44. Bulldozer Tractor-Mounted, Cable-Operated, LeTourneau Model XD-7. * July 44. Angledozer, Tractor Mounting, Cable Operated, LaPlant-Choate, ModelR 82 R, for Model D-8 Caterpillar Tractor Dec. 43. Portable Water Purification Equipment. Model, 1940, Wallace and Tiernan Co Sep. 42. Well Drilling Machine. No. 71 Speed Star. :1: Centrifugal Pump, Model 80M (WAC14X) 4-in Nov. 42. Centrifugal Pump, Model J54, 4, in Sep. 42. Deep Well Turbine Pump Model 4700.

60 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES ENGNEERS-Continued TM Nov. 42. Diaphragm Pump, Model AD-4, 4-in. Novo Nov. 42. Centrifugal Pump, Model 2XPK, 165 GPM Jaeger Dec. 42. Sump Pump, Model CP Feb. 43. Pump Centrifugal, Gasoline Engine Driven, Base-Mounted, 2-in., Discharge, 55 gpm at 50 ft. Head, Jaeger, Carver or Red Jacket Model 2APS-l May 48. Well Drilling Machine, Rotary Type, Skid-Mounted, Gasoline Engine-Driven, Failing, Model 314. t May 43. Pump, Centrifugal, Diesel Engine Driven, Base Mounted, 3 inch, Discharge, 600 gpm 400 foot head, with ngersoll-rand Model a GT Pump and Cummins Model Hip-600 Engine. li-2028 Nov. 43. Pump, Centrifugal, Gasoline Engine Driven, Base-Mounted, 4-in. Discharge, 200 gpm at 350 ft. Head, Gorman-Rupp, Model C' f) Dec. 42. Water Purification Unit, Gasoline Engine Drive, Truck Mounted, 100 GPM (Model 1938) Mar. 43. Hypochlorination Unit, Automatic Portable; Wallace & Tiernan, Model A-506. t Jan. 44. Pump Centrifugal, Gasoline Engine Driven, 2-in. Discharge, 60 GPM, 125-Ft. Head German-Rupp, Model W52-10A. 1) Feb. 43. Pump, Centrifugal, llat Discharge, 125 gpm 300-foot.ead, Gasoline Engine Driven, Model B-180; Economy Pump ncorporated Jan. 44. Pump, Centrifugal, Gasoline Engine Driven, Base-Mounted, 1%-in., Discharge, 125 G.P.M. at 300-ft., Head, Economy Model B-180 Engine; LeRoi, Model D July 43. Pump Centrifugal, Gasoline Engine Driven, Base Mounted 2-in. Discharge 60 gpm at 125 ft. Head Gorman-Rupp, Model W * '20 Apr. 44. Pump, Deep Well, Centrifugal Type, 4-in. Discharge, 200-GPM, 200-ft. Head, 150-ft. Setting, Gasoline Engine-Driven, Peerless Model 6M Feb. 44. Pump, Deep Well, Gasoline Engine Driven Helical Rotor-Type, 30 gpm at 250 ft. Head Type 11. Peerless, Hi-Lift Model Sept. 43. Pump, Centrifugal, 2'-in. Discharge, 166 gpm 25-foot head, Gasoline Engine Driven, Model CA-33. t Type 1, Peerless M-52 Hi-Lift Pump and Waukesha Model CKU Engine, Peerless Pump Division. (SPM-2282) Jun. 43. Tank Water, Canvas, with Spray Bar Attachment, 75-GPM, U. S. Rubber Dec. 43. Pump" Deep Well, Gasoline-Engine Driven, Turbine-Type, 200 gpm at 200-ft. Head, Cook Model P-535, with Continental Engine Y May 44. Pump, Deep Well, Gasoline Engine Driven, Helical Rotor-Type, 30 gpm at 250 ft. Head, type 2, Peerless Hi-Lift Model 42 H (Engine: Wiscon~in, Model AHH). * Mar. 44. Pumping and Hypochlorination Unit, Gasoline Engine-Driven, Portable, 50-GPM, Model U ~ tlosued by Maintenance Publication Office, War Plans Division Box 1679, Columbus, Ohio to User8 0/ EqUipment Only. ' lnot available. TM :1: Cleaver Model M2-E0B Distillation Unit, Z,OOO Gals. per day Capacity. Cleaver-Brooks Co. (SPM"'l 1734). :1: Model M2E25 Distillation Unit, 5000 Gals. per, day Capacity. Cleaver-Brooks Co. (SPM-2093) Jun. 44. Water Purification Unit, Gasoline Engine-Driven, Stationary, 5D-gpm,Wallace and Tiernan, Model A-521 (Knockdown-Type). * Aug. 44. Water Softening Equipment, Gravity flow 300,000 Grains per Regeneration (Zeolite Type). Refinite Model G Pump, Rotary, Power Take-off Driven, Fire Truck Mounting, Mid-ship, Single-Discharge, 2-in., Dil!Je charge, 100-GPM at 277- t. head or (12o-PS). Waterous, Model-HD-281-R Sep. 42. Mixer, Concrete, Gasoline, Trailer Mounted 14-eu. ft. Ransome, Model 14S-U with LeRoi Engine D133-P10. #:1: Pump, Centrifugal, Types, D.E.F.G. GA Gardner Denver Co. :1: Gasoline Pump, Model 6B, Type HBE with Continental Model 33R, Gasoline Engine, American; Ma.rsh Pwnps nc. :1: Barnes Self-Priming Centrifugal Pump, Model 7M US, Barnes Mfg. Co. #:1: Pump, Deep Well, Reciprocating. F. E. Myers Co., (SPM-1164). - :1: Portable Knockdown Purification Unit A-52107L Wallace & Tiernan, nc. (SPM-1925). t.l: Centrifugal J:>umping Unit, Hawk Model, 55 G. P. M. 2-inch. The Gorman-Rupp Co. (SPM-1785). #:1:& Myers Jack, AHH Wisconsin Engine, 3%.xlSx 67" Myers Fig Double Acting Working Barrel. (SPM-2082). #:1:&-2268 CMC Model 7M Pump, Wisconsin Model AB Engine. Construction Machinery Co., (SPM-1155). :1: CMC Model 30M Pump, Wisconsin Model VE-4 Engine. Construction Machinery Co. (SPM-1154). -!S-2274, Pump, Piston, 25 GPM, American Marsh. (SPM ) Carter Engine-Driven Pump Unit, 704-4F, Ralph B. Carter Co. " #:1: Single and Double Diaphragm Pump. No.!SA Stover CT2 Horizontal Engine; C. H. E. Manufaeturing Co. (SPM-1503). t Steam Pump, 4%x3x4, AE Gardner-Denver' Co. (SPM-2103).., :1: Novo Self-Priming, Diaphragm, Pressure, Centrifugal Pumps Novo Engine Co. (SPM-1229).. #:1: Goulds Flexi-Unit, Centrifugal Pumps, Single and Two-stage, Side Suction, Open mpeller, Double Ball Bearing, Goulds Pumps, nc. (SPM.,-1474). t.l: %x2%x4 Horizontal Duplex Steam Pump. Worthington Pump and Machinery Co. (SPM-1167). #:1: Centrifugal Pumps, Type HL, Single Phase and Type HBL Two-Stage. Worthington Pump & Machinery Co. (SPM-2252). #:1: Gas-Engine-Driven-Self-Priming Pumping Unit, 60 GPM, 200 ft RP.M., Model F6-T; Novo Gas Engine Model CW-66. Aurora Pump Co. (SPM-l 1330) Single-Stage Condensate Pump Warren Steam Pump Co., nc. (SPM-1489). :1: Boiler Feed Pump, Model AF Steam, 5l,4,x31hxl Duplex Pump, Valve Plate Piston Type. (Gardner Denver Co.) (SPM-1457). #:1: Pump, Self-Priming, Centrifugal. Gorman-Rupp Co. ( SPM-2294).

61 JrollBER DATE. TTLE AND CHANGE'll NTMBER DA'rE. T''LE A.ND CHANGES EN.GNEER8-Continued TM t.t " 15-Stage Cook Deep Well Turbine Pump, Model SK-660 on base frame with Wisconsin Model AGH Gasoline Eng-ine, V-Belt Drive for 200-ft. setting. A. D. Cook, nc. (SPM-3008). 1:1: Pump, 10M CMC 2" Centrifugal Dual Prime Engine, 'Visconsin Model AE. Construction Mach,inery Co. (SPM-14l3). t~2320 Pump, Steam, 4x2?h4, Gardner-Denver. (SPM 2548). t.j: Sterelators, Series 360q, Type U. High Pressure. Everson Mfg. Co. (SPM-1672). * Hi-Octane Pumping Unit, 100 GPM, 100-ft. Head of, Gasoline with Dewatering and Deaerating Equipment Gasoline Engine-Powered, Hill Diesel Engine Co. (SPM-2299). t.j: Electrifugal and Type SS Unit Pumps. Allis Chalmers. (SPM-1267) Qct. 42. ndustrial Tractor, Model D. 5'" Dec. 42. Dump Bottom Trailer, Model E-13 Crawler Mounted. tl'-3004 Model WM Tractor Equipped with Buckeye Trailbuilder as supplies to the 1:. S. Army, Tractor Serial No.WM and WM to 112-:-29, Allis Chalmers Mfg. Co Feb. 43. Tractor, Wheeled, Rubber-Tired;' Gasoline, 40 DB-HP, Standard, Case LA! May 43. Tractor, Wheeled, Rubber-Tired, Gaso 'line, 23-DB-HP, Standard, Case S1, with LaPlant Choate Power Control Unit (For Air-Airborne 01' ganizations). 5'" May 43. Tractor, Wheeled, Rubber-Tired, Gasoline, 23 DB-HP, Standard, Case S, with Hough Airborne S Bucket Loader Tractor, Crawler Type, 20 DBHF, with Bulldozer and Towing Winch Model CA-l Clarkair ' Mar. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 110 to 140 DBHP Standard Caterpillar D8, 78-in. Gage Feb. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 110 to 140 DBHP Standard, Caterpillar, D8, 78 in. Gage, with Le:-Tourneau CKD-8 Angledozer, T-8 ~ear Power Contro~Unit and FTD-8 Front Power Control Unit. & Feb. 43. Tractor Model D, Diesel with Le Tourneau CKD8 Angledozer and FD8 and R8 Power Control Units Feb. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 110 to 140 DBHP Standard, D8, 78 in. Gage, with LeTourneau CKD-g Angledozer, LeTourneau FTD-8 Power Control Unit and Hyster D8N Winch Oct. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 110 to 140 DBHP Standard, Caterpillar D8, 78-in. Gage, with LeTourneau R-8 Power Control Unit Feb. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 110 to 140 DBHP Rigid, Caterpillar D8, 78-in. Gage, with Athey 8H Bucket Loader. 6, Jan. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, DBPH Standard, Caterpillar D8, 78-in. Gage, with LaPlant-Choate R-8 Angledozer and Hyster D8N Winch Mar.' 43. Tractor, Crawler Type, Diesel, 113 DBHP, Model D8 with LeTourneau CK-D8 Angledozer and R8 Power Control Unit. * Caterpillar Diesel D8 Tractor, LeTourneau R8 Power Control Unit. K8 Bulldozer. Caterpillar Tractor Co. (SPM-1067). -.Ls~ued by Maintenance Publication Office, War Plana Divi8ion, Box U79. Columbus. Ohio to Users of Equipment Olly. Plot avallable. / 10 TM May 43. Tractor, Crawler, Type, Diesel, eo DB'H Model D Jan. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel 70 to 90 DBHP Standard, Caterpillar D7, 74-in. Gage with LeTourneau WCK-7 Angledozer, R7 Rear Power Control Unit and FTD-7 Front Power Control Unit May 43. Tractor, Cl'awler, Diesel 70 to 90 DBHP Standard, Caterpillar D7, 74-in. Gage with LeTourneau WCK-7 Angledozer and LeTourneau R-7 Power Contiol Unit Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 70 to 90 DBHP Standard, Caterpillar D7, 74-in. Gage with LaPlant-Choate R76F Angledozer and LeTourneau FTD-7 and R-7 Power Control Units Dec. 42. Tractor, Model D7, Diesel with Hyster. D7N Towing Winch, and LeTourneau WCK 7 An. gledozer, and FTD7 Power Control Unit Apr. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 70 to 90 DBHP Rigid, Caterpillar D7, 74-in. Gage, with Trackson MD-7 Pipe Layer and AF 7 Angiefiller Apr. 4B. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 70 to 90 DBH' Standard Caterpilbr D7, 74 in. Gage with Hyster Double-Drum D7N Winch Nov. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 70 to 90 DBHP 'Standard, Caterpillar D7, 74 in. Gage, with LaPlant-Choate R-7l Angledozer and LeTourneau R-7 Power Control Unit Tl'actoi', Crawler, Diesel 70 to 90 DBHP Standard, Caterpillar D7. 74 in. Gage, with LaPlant-Choate R-76R Angledozer and LeTourneau R7 Power Control Unit Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 70 to 90 DBHP Standard, Caterpillar D7, 74 in. Gage, with LaPlante-Choate R-71 Angledozer and Hyster D7N Winch. t5-30!l2 D7 Diesel Tractor with LeTourneau XD7 Bulldozer and R7 peu. Caterpillar Tractor Co. (SPM-1690) Aug. 43. Tractor, Crawler Type, Diesel Engine Powered, 55DBHP, Caterpillar Model D Jul. 44. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 55 to 65 DBHP, Standard. Caterpillar D6 74-in., Gage, with La Plant-Choate R-63 Angledozer and H~'ster D6N '""inch Aug. 43. Tractor, Crawler Type, Diesel, 55 DBHP Caterpillar Model D6 with LeTourneau SK6 Angledozer and R678 Power Control Unit Dec. 42. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel 55 to 65 DBHP Standard 74 in. Gage, with Hyster D6N winch. :1: Dec. 42. Tractor, Model D4, Diesel Tractor, Model D4, Diesel with LeTourneau C4 Angledozer and T4 Power Control Unit Dec. 42. Tractor, Crawler Diesel, 35 to 40 DBHP Standard, Caterpillar, D4, 44 in. Gage and 60 in. Gage with Hyster D4 Winch Tractor, Model D4 Diesel with Athey W4 Mobiloader. ~3117 Ju. 44. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 35 to 40 DBHP, Standard, Caterpillar D4, 44-in., Gage, with La Plant-Choate 4-R, Angledozer and Hyster D4A Winch. &-8118 Tractor, Model D4, Diesel with Athey W4 Mobiloader and Hyster D4 Towing Winch Apr. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 35 to 40 DBHP Caterpillar, D4, 60 in. Gage with Trackson PD4 Pipe Layer and AF4 Angle1illed.

62 i.1 ~ DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES ENGNEERS-Continued TM TM *:1: Model HD10W Tractor, with Buckeye Utility Ju. 44. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 35 to 40 DBHP,. Trailbuilder and Medium Duty 'Double DrumP.C.U~ Standard, Caterpillar D4, 44-in., Gage, with Athey Allis-Chalmers (SPM-1675). W-4-l, Bucket Loader. #:1: Model HD0W. Tractor with Garwood CU2 P.C.U. li Aug. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 35 to 40 Allis-Chalmers Co. (8PM-1871). DBHP, Standard, Caterpillar D4, 44-in. Gage with #:1: Model HD10W Tl'actor with Gal:wood CU2 P.C.U~ LeTourneau A-4 Tilting Blade and T-4 Power Control Unit. Allis-Chalmers Co. (SPM-1870). 1 #:1: Model HD10W Tractor with Garwood RCX Trailbuilder. Allis-Chalmers Co. (SPM-1677). li-3126 Dec. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 35 to 40 DBHP, Standard, Caterpillar D4, 44 in. Gauge, with Le! #:1: Baker 338A Gradebuilder for HD10W Tractor. Tourneau A4 Tilting Blade HN Power Control Unit Allis-Chalmers Co. (SPM-1703). and Hyster D4A Winch.. #:1: Model HD14 Tractor. Allis-Chalmers Co. (SPM-, Mar. 43. Tractor, Crawler Type, Gasoline, ). DBHP Model R4 with LeTourneau C4 Angledozer #:j: Model HD14 Tractor with Garwood Model CU and T4 Power Control Unit. P.C.U. Allis-Chalmers Co. (SPM-1707) Jun. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Gasoline 35 DBHP :1: Model HD14 with Buckeye Unitilt Trailbuilder and Standard, Caterpillar R4, 44 in. Gage, with LeTourneau C-4 Angledozer, and LeTourneau 'HN Power Control Unit with Hyster D4A Winch. Heavy Duty P.C.U. Allis-Chalmers. (SPM-1706). :j: Model HD14 Tractor with Baker 351 Gradebuilder. Allis-Chalmers Co. (SPM-1682) Aug. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Gasoline, 35 DBHP #:1: Model HD14 Tractractor with Baker 351 Gradebuilder and Carco HS Winch. Allis-Chalmers Co. Standard, Caterpillar, R4, 44 in. Gage with LeTourneau HN Power Control Unit. (SPM-1883). 1i Aug. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Gasoline, 35 DBHP #:1:5-3372' Model HD14 Tractor with Baker 351 Gradebuilder' Standard, Caterpillar R4, with LeTourneau A-4 Tiltingblade and T-4 Power Control Unit. (SPM-1873). and Garwood CU2 P.C.U. Allis-Chalmers Co. 15":3140 Oct. 43. Tractor, Crawler, Gasoline, 35 DBHP :1: Allis-Chalmers Model HD14 Tractor equipped with Caterpillar R4, 44 in. Gage, (Serial No. 6G 3279 and Baker 351 Gradebuilder and Buckeye HDDD P.C.U; up), with LeTourneau A-4 Tiltdozer and Power (SPM-2221). Control Unit with Hyster D-4A Winch. #:1: Model HD7 Tractor, with Garwood Model RBD' Bulldozer MD DD P.C.U. Allis-Chalmers. (SPM :1: Caterpillar Diesel D8 Tractor, LaPlant-Choate B81 Bulldozer. Caterpillar Tractor Co. (SPM-1281). 1700). :1: Model HD7 Tractor, with Baker Model 355 Gradebuilder (front pump) and Buckeye Medium Duty with LaPlant-Choate R61 Trailbuilder and LeTourneau R 678 P.C.U. Caterpillar Tractor Co. SPM DD P.C.U. Allis-Chalmers Co. (SPM~1699).. #:1: Model HD7W Tractor, equipped with.baker 325A 2241). Gradehuilder and Buckeye lvddd Power Control #:1: Tractor, Crawler-Type, Diesel, 55 DBHP, Model Unit. Allis-Chalmers Co. (SPM-1701). D6 with LaPlant-Choate B61 Bulldozer and Hyster :1: Model HD7W Tractor, equipped with Baker 325A D6N Winch. Caterpillar Tractor Co. (SPM-2235). Grade Gradebuilder and Buckeye MDDD Power #:1: D6 Tractor, Crawler-Type, Diesel, 55 DBHP with Control Unit, Allis-Chalmers Co. (8PM-1701). LaPlant-Choate Trailbuilder, Caterpillar Tractor :1: Model HD10W Tractor WBaker 338A Gradebuilder Co. (SPM-2478). and Garwood CU2 P.C.U. Allis-Chalmers Co. (SPM :1: Cletrac Crawler Tractor, Models AG & BG. Cleveland 1689). ' Tractor Co. #:1: Model HD7 or HD7W Tractor, WGarco Model :1: Model HD7 l;nd HD7W Standard Tractors. Allis FH Hoist. Allis-Chalmers Co. (SPM-1693). Chalmers Co. (SPM-1685). #:1: Model HD14 Tractor "'/Baker 351 Gradebuilder' % Heil 8-2 P.C.U. Allis-Chalmers Co. (SPM-1872). :1: Allis-Chalmers Model HD7W Tractor with Garwood #:1: nternational TD14 Tractractor with Drott No. 60 RBX Trailbuilder Allis-Chalmers. (SPM-1234). Bull Clam Shovel. HC. (SPM-1882). :1: Model HD7W Tractor Equipped with Garwood RBX #:j: TD-18 Tractractor with Bucyrus-Erie Model10-11 Trailbuilder and Buckeye Medium Duty Double Drum Power Control Unit. Allis-Chalmers Tractor Division. (SPM-1686) Model W.M. Tractor, AHis-Chalmers Co Model WM Allis-Chalmers Long Track Tractor :1: Tractor, Crawler-Type, Diesel, 55 DBHP, Model D6 with Hough Front End Hydraulic Shovel. Allis Chalmers Tractraetor, Model T6 and TD6, Diesel, nternational Harvester Co. :1: Model TD-14 Tractractor, nternational Harvester Co. (SPM-2269). :1: Model TD-18 Tractractor, nternational Harvester Co. (SPM-2268). 1:1: D2 Tractor, effective W Tractor 3-Jl and 5-Jl. CaterpiJar Tractor Co. (SPM-2260). :8sued by Maintenance Publication Office. War Plans Division, Box Columbus. Ohio to {;sers of Equipment Onill. Plot available. 61 Hydraulic Bulldozer with front-mounted pumps. nternational Harvester Co. (SPM-1'326). :1: nternational TD-18 Tractractor with Bucyrus Erie Model Hydraulic Bullgrader and Bucyrus-Erie Model P-20 Winch. HC (SPM-1794). :1: Tractractor, Model TD-14 Diesel with Bucyrus-Erie Hydraulic Bullgrader. nternational Harvester Co. (SPM-2290). #:1: McCormick-Deering W-4 Tractor, nternational Harvester Co. (SPM-1836). #:1: and 0-6. TmctoJ's (McCormick Deering). nternational Harvester Co. (SPM-1837). #:/: Tractor (McCormick-Deering). nternational Harvester Co. (SPM-1844). #:1: ndustrial Tractor, Model 20. nternational Harvester Co. (SPlU-1841). #:1: ndustrial T.ractor, Model -3D. nternational Harvester Co. (SPM-1842). \ 1! 1 \ \ 1 -

63 DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES ENGNEERS-Continued TM #t ndustrial Tractor, Model 1-40, nternational Harvester Co. (SPM-1843). t.f; R5 Tractor, Effective with 5E3001, 4A-501, 4H1500, 3Rl up. Caterpillar Tractor Co. (SPM 1279) ':1: Caterpillar Diesel D4 Tractor, LaPlant-Choate B4 Bulldozer, Caterpillar Tractor Co. (SPM-1663). _ : D6A Tractor, Diesel, Effective with Tractor 1T3001. up. Caterpillar Tractor Co. (SPM-2278). t.j: Caterpillar Diesel D6 Tractor, LaPlant-Choate, V-65 Snow Plow, Caterpillar Tractor Co. (SPM 1658). : Tractor, Crawler-Type, Diesel, 55-DBHP, Model D6 with LaPlant, R63 Trailbuilder, Caterpillar Tractor Co. (SPM-2245). : Tractor, Crawler-Type, Diesel 55 DBHP, Model D6 with LeTourneau TD6 P.C.U. Caterpillar Tractor Co. (SPM-2244)..: D8, Tractor, LaPlant-Choate TD8 Treedozer, La Plant-Choate R8 and RK8 Trailbuilder Conversion Units. Caterpillar Tractor Co. (SPM-1753). ;t Euclid Tractor, Model 9 FDT (G); Trailer, Model 58W (G) Euclid Road Machinery Co. (SPM-2288). l) Sept. 42. Pneumatic Chain Saw Timberhog 24 in Oct. 42. Saw, Chain, Portable, Gasoline, 36-in.' Blade, Disston, Model G-10, with Kiekhaefer Engine Model KB6A ') Dec. 42. Saw, Circular, Wood-Working, Portable Pneumatic, 12-in. Blade, Skilsaw, Model li Oct. 42. Portable Saw Rig Model Power Sawyer Dec. 42. Saw, Gasoline Tilting Table, Skid i Mounted Model 1l0A Apr. 43. Saw, Chain, Portable, Gasoline En gine-driven, 36-in. Blade, Ree-Prentice, Model Timberhog, 36-in. with Kiekhaefer Mercury Engine, Model KB6A.. 1) Aug. 43. Saw, Pneumatic, Chain Portable 24-in. Model P Apr. 43. Sharpener, Electric, Chain Saw, Dis ston Model E2C5. li Jun. 43. Saw, Circular, Wood Tilting Table, Skid Mounted, Gasoline Engine Driven, Model "Power Sawyer" Type AC with Wisconsin Engine Model AC Oct. 43. Grinder, Pneumatic Rotary 'Rype, 4x1 in. Vitrified, 6x1 in. Organic Wheel, ndependent Pneumatic, Thor, Size No. 255, Model No Dec. 42. Drill, Pneumatic, Portable, Rock 55-lb. Class Thor. Model May 43. :Breaker, Paving, Pneumatic, ndepend ent Pneumatic, Model 25. li Aug. 43. Digger, Clay, Pneumatic Thor. No. 412, Model li Sept. 43. Drill, Pneumatic, Portable Reversible, Wood Boring, No.2, Morse Taper, Thor No. 62, Model 958. li July 43. Furnilce, Oil Drill Steel, Model 27-F. 1) Jan. 43. Sharpener, Drill-Steel, Pneumatic Driven ngersoll-rand, 40. 1) Jan. 43. Drifter Drill, Pneumatic, Wagon --- Mounted, ngersoll-rand, Model X71-WD on FM-2 Wagon. *aeued by Maintenance Publication Office, War Plane Division, Box c<>lumbue, Ohio to Uaera Qf Equipment Only. lnoi a.allabl.. DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES TM Mar. 43. Drill, Pneumatic, Portable Rock, 35-lb. Class, Model JA-35 Jackhammer Sep~. 43. Drifter Drill, Pneumati~, Column Mounted ngersoll-rand, Model DA Mar Lathe, Bench, Back Gear Screw Cutting Type Electric_ Motor Powered, Model 210S, 10-in. Swing 24-in. Centers Sept. 43. Drill, Pneumatic, Portable, Rock, 45 lb. Class, ngersoll-rand, Model JB Apr. 43. Grinder, Crankshaft, Electric Motor Powered, Model K Home, Cylinder, 2.6-in. to 5.5-in.Cylinder size. Electric Drill-Driven Sunnen. t No. 7B Atlas 7 in. Shapero Atlas Press Co May 43. Sharpener, Chain Saw, Gasoline, Disstan Model G-C May -43. Saw, Chain, Portable, Gasoline, 36 in. Blade, Disston, Model G-36, with Kiekhaefer Engine Model KB 6AK Saw, Hack, Motor Driven 220 Volt, 60 cycle, AC, 5x5 in. Louisville Electric, Model Pioneer July 43. Sharpener, Chain Saw, Gasoline Engine Driven, Lofstrand, Model GLS-101 with Kiekhae- fer Eng'ine, Model KB-3G. t ngersoll-rand Shank Grinder, Size 4K. ngersoll Rand (SPM-2249) Apr. 43. Naildriver, Pneumatic, ngersol1-rand~ Model 6-CND Apr. 43. Tamper, Back-Fill, Pneumatic, ngersoll-rand, Model Jan. 43. Breaker, Paving, Pneumatic Model CC Apr. 43. Drill, Pneumatic, Portable Rock, 55 \ Lb. Class Model JB Aug. 43. Breaker, Paving Pneumatic Model CC 80 with Pile Driving attachments. * Feb. 44. Grinder. Detachable Drill-Steel Bit; Air Motor Driven, ngersoll-rand Model JA-3. * Nov. 43. Drill, Pneumatic, Portable Non-Reversible, No.3 Morse Taper, (for steel), ngersoll-rand Mode4-J. t Riveting Hammers, Sizes 4A through 9C and Rivet Busters, Sizes 999 and ngersoll-rand (SPM~ 1969). t No. 5A Cleco Backfill Tamper. Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Co. (SPM-1016) x54 in. Toolroom Lathe, Model B. Reed Prentice Corp. * Nov. 43. Drill, Pneumatic, Portable, Rotary, 9/16 in. Capacity, Thor No. 253X, Model 4444, with Stand, Drill, Thor No Jun. 44. Breaker, Paving, Gasoline, Barco. Model H6. t Thor Backfill Tamper, No. 60, Model No n dependent Pneumatic Tool Co. (SPM-1022) July 43. Welding and Cutting Outfit, Oxy Acetylene. ts-4102 Airco, Styles 9803, 9903, 9953 Welding Torches and Cutting Attachments. Air Reduction. (SPM-1l90). :1: "Safety-first" Air Saw, Size B12, ngersoll-rand (SPM-038). :1: J ackbit Grinders. Sizes J8, J A3, JB3 and JG3. ngersoll-rand (SPM-1036). t5-41l0 Jan. 44. Tamper, Back-fill, Chicago Pneumatic, Model CP-3. i 1!, l _.._ ,'

64 NUlBER. DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES. DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES ENGNEERS-Continued TM Aug. 43. Vibrator. Concrete, Pneumatic, Chicago Pneumatic, Model CP-219. t.j: Saw, Chain, Mall Tool, Flexible Shaft, Mall Tool Co. (SPM-1051). :1: Reed-Prentice Portable Timber Saw, Model 2T-24 with Chicag-o Pneumatic Piston Type Air Motor. (SPM-1054). :1: Portable Circular Saw, Model "0" Electric Hand, Skilsa,w, nc Thor 'Portable Electric Grinder, No. U60 Model No ndependent Pneumatic Tool Co Apr. 44. Vibrator, ~oncrete Pneumatic, Chicago Pneumatic, Model CP-219-B Apr. 44. Drill, Pn~umatic, Portable Rock, 45 lb. class, ngersoll-rand. Model JB-4 (Dry-Type) Sunnen Model LB Bushing Grinder, Sunnen Products Co. (SPM-2481). * Feb. 44. Saw, Band, Metal-Cutting and Filing, Table-Mounted, Motor Driven, 208-Volt, 3-Phase, 60-Cycle, AC, 10-in. Capacity, with Attachments and Accessories. Continental Model ML. #:1: Class K"';l1-S, Q-13 Busters and Q-13 Pile Driver. Sullivan Machinery Co. (SPM-1057). :1: Eastman Type "N" Round Knife Cutting Machines ngersoll-rand Concrete Vibrator, Model V, sizes.. lv, 2V, 3V, ngersoll-rand. :1: No. 444-Z, 9x3% in. Bench Lathe, South Bend Works Peerless High-Speed Power-Driven Metal Hack Saw, Model 9" x 9", Standard, Three-speed, Peerless Ma «hine Co Ammco Model "42" Universal Line Boring Machine. Automotive Maintenance Machinery Co Van Norman Per-Fect-O Boring Bar, No Van Norman Machine Tool Co Dumore Precision Grinder, Model No.7. Dumore Co Specifications for No. 11 Dumore Precision nternal and External Lathe Grinder. Dumore Co Rodgers Model Ton Universal Press with Track Servicing Attachment and Service Tool Head for Caterpillar Tools. Rodgers H~'draulic, nc. :1: Machine, Brake Relining, Model No. B 51. Barrett Equipment Co Pedestal Grinder, Type 36 F AS Model 100. Standard Electrical Tool Co Bench Grinder Model SP-No The Delta Mfg. Co Buffalo No. llrl Drilling Machines. Buffalo Forge Co. t Drill Press No. 15, Floor Type. Buffalo Forge Co. (SPM-2004). :1: Direct Motor Drive, 32 in. Band Saw. Fig. 440, Crescent Machine Co. t.j:5-411l4 20 in. Jewel Planer, Model 41, American Saw Mill Machinery Co. (SPM-1770). t.j: Drill Steel Sharpener, Model R-34; Oil Furnace,. Model 7F; Jackbit Grinder, Model JA3; Shank Grinder Model 4K (Air Operated). ngersoll-rand (SPM-1406) Grinder, Electric, Valve-Refacing, Black and Decker, Code No t.j: Model 80 Skilsaw Drill, Skilsaw, nc. (SPM-1609). --;;.u~d by Maintenance PUblica~on Office. War Plans Division. Box Columbus, Ohio to Users of Equipment Only. #Not available. 68 TM :1: Rodgers Model Ton Universal Press witlt. Track-Servicing Attachment and Service Tool Head for Caterpillar Tools, Rodgers Hydraulic, nc. * Aug. 44. Saw, Circular, Woodworking, Portable, Pneumatic 12-in. Blade, Mall, Model P :1: Drilling Machines, Buffalo No Drill. B~ffalo Forge Co. (SPM-1711).. #:1: Drill Press No. 16, Pedestal Type with Power Feed. Buffalo Forge Co. (SPM-2003). :1: Drill Press, No. 25, Lower-Mounted Motor Drive. Buffalo Farge Co. (SPM-2002). #:1: % Standard Drill, Type A. Black & Decker, (SPM 1295) :1: Milwaukee Milling Machines, No. 2H Universal, Louis-Allis Motor, Type OS. Kearney & Trecker Corp. (SPM-1526). #:1: Tool and Cutter Grinding Machine, Norton Model No.2: Norton Co. (SPM-1865).. #:1: Oliver No. 192 Band Saw< Motor-on-Shaft,.Band Sawing Machine, 18-in. Wheels - Ball - Bearinc Throughout. Oliver Machinery Co. (SPM-1578). :1: No. 260 Saw Bench, Oliver Machinery Co. (SPM 2008). :1: "Oliver No. 270 Tilting Arbor Precision Saw Bench, Oliver Machinery Co. (SPM-1581). :1: "Oliver No. 51-K Unit-Type, Adjustable Speed, Mo " tor Headstock Lathes for Alternating current, any Phase, 110 or 220-Volts. Oliver Machinery Co. (SPM-1582). :1: Models 103, 123, 143, Skilsaw Drills. Skilsaw, nc. (SPM-1608). #:j: ngersoll-rand Co. Go-Calyx Drill. ngersoll-rand Co. (SPM-1498). :1: No. 400B Millers Falls 1,';' in. Electric Drill. MillerS Falls Tools (SPM-1892). :1: No. 61-E Beavel" Pipe Threader. Beaver Pipe Tools' (SPM-2236).. :1: Mall Chain and Circular Saw Sharpeners, Tripod Mounted. Mall Tool Co. (SPM-2031). #:1: Van Norman Per-Fect-O Boring Bars,.Series 888. VanNorman Machine Tool Co. (SPM-1283). :1: Vulcan Pile Extractors. Vulcan ron Works (SPM 2243). :1: Type GPCA Pedestal Grinder, Model 102, 22Q-Volts, 60-Cycle, 3-Phase, Cincinnati Electrical Tool Co. (SPM-2021). #:j: to 100-ton Spring Banding Press. Watson Stillman Co. (SPM-2253). ' :1: Thor No. 255 GX. Model No Pneumatic Rotary Grinder. ndependent Pneumatic Tool Co. (SPM-2336). #:j: Thor Model 3532 Drill. ndependent Pneumatic Tool Co. (SPM-2640). #:1: Thor Model L-257 Drill. ndependent Pneumatic Tool Co. (SPM-2641). :1: in. Wood Cutting and Metal Cutting Band Saws, No. 881, Series 28. Delta Mfg. Co. (SPM-2490) Van Norman No. 303 Brake Drum Lathe. Van Norm,an Co. :1: %. in. Heavy Duty Drill Types H, HR, for No. 60 Drill Stands. Van Dorn Electric Co. (SPM-2306). #:j: Mall Van-Type Air Driven Concrete Vibrators, Model PV228, Mall Tool Co. (SPM-1744) Grainer, Plate, Lithographic-Offset, Motor-Driven, llo-volt, 60-Cycle, AC, with Accessories to Accommodate Two 27lhx28% in. Plates, Zarkin (Zenith), 33x62 in

65 : DATE, TTLE AXD CHANGJllS : DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES ==r-., ENGNEERS-Continued TM :1: Cineinnati)lodel2, Type MH Plain, Universal, Vertical Milling Machines, with 3-way Power Rapid Traverse. Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. (SPM 2534). :1: Allen Model E-32 Growler with Adjustable Rheostat. Allen Electric & Equipment Co. (SPM-2027). 1: Riveter, Lightweight, Size AVC-1S, ngersoll Rand Co. (SPM-1505). * Sizes 1H, 1L, 1M, 1N, 1P Multi-Vane Drills. ngersoll-rand (SPM-1509). 1: R-63 Paving Breaker. ngersoll-rand Co. (SPM 1885). ' * in. Drill PreBS. Delta Mfg. Co. (SPM-2442). * "Oliver" No. 166 Hand Planer and Jointer. Oliver Machinery Co. (SPM-1579). 1: "Oliver" No. 462 Vulkan Electl'ic Brazer for Band _ Saw Blades. Oliver Machinery Co. (SPM-1580). 1;1: No. 312AB Millers Falls %-in. Standard Electric Drill (can be used in Drill Stand No. 1238). (SPM 1966). :1: Rotary Drill, Model 5200, ndependent Pneumatic Tool Co. (SPM-1492). 1;1: Rotary Grinder (Thor) No. 360 Model ndependent Pneumatic Tool Co. (SPM-1483). :1: % Heavy Duty Drill, Type H, No. 60 Drill Stand. Black & Decker (SPM-2073)..:1: % Heavy Duty Drill, Type E. Black & Decker. (SPM-2075). 1: Federal Longitudinal Gear-Driven Seam Welder. Type S2-24-LG. Serial Nos Federal Machine & Welder Co. (SPM-1722). 1: Federal Longitudinal Gear-Driven Seam Welder. Type S2-24-LG. Serial Nos. 9722, 9723, 9724, Federal Machine & Welder Co. (SPM-1723). 1:1: Federal Circular Gear-Driven Seam Welder. Type S2-24-CG. Serial Nos. 9755' nc. The Federal Machine & Welder Co. (SPM-1717). i 1: Federal Longitudinal Gear-Driven Seam Welder. Type S2-24-LG. Federal Machine & Welder Co. Serial Nos and (SPM-1725). 1:1: Federal Cir'Cular Knurl-Driven Seam Welder. Type S2-18-CKD. Serial Nos to The Federal Machine & Welder Cd. (SPM":1714). 1:1: Federal Circular Gear-Driven Seam Welder. Type S2-24-CG. Serial Nos to The Federal Machine & Welder Co. (SPM-1713). 1:1: Federal Foot-Operated Spot Welder. Type RS-12 F. Serial Nos to The Federal Machine & Welder Co. (SPM-1716). 1:1: Federal Circular Gear-Driven Seam Welder. Type S2-24-CG. Serial Nos to The Federal Machine & Welder Co. (SPM-1724),. 1:1: Federal Longitudinal Knurl-Driven Seam Welder. Type S2-24-LK. Serial Nos to The Federal Machine & Welder Co. (SPM-1715). 1:1: Federal Motor-Operated SP9t Welder. Type R5 24-M. Serial Nos ; ; ; Federal Machine & Welder Co. (SPM 1719). 1:1: Federal Motor-Operated Spot Welder. Type R5 24-M. Serial Nos nc.; ncl.;. Federal Machine & Welder Co. (SPM-1718). taauh by Maintenance PubUe.tion Office. War Plan~ Division, Box Columbua, Ohio to Valin Of Equipment Only. Plot.,ail.hl.. TM tl: Federal Motor-Operated Spot Welder. Type R5 24-M. Serial Nos ; ; ; Federal Machine & Welder Co. (SPM 1720). :1: Nos. 106, 108 and 112 Combination Pipe-Cutting and Grooving Tools. Beaver Pipe Tools. (SPM 2237). :1: Tool Post Grinder, Type PA-Y, 115 Model. Cincinnati Electrical Tool Co. (SPM-2009). * March 44. Press, Drill, Upright-Type, Motor Driven, 220-Volt, 60-Cycle, AC, Back-Geared, Drill to Center of 22-in. Circle, 1-in. Drill Capacity, Buffalo, No tl: Carlton Radial Drill, Type 1A. Barney Machinery Co. (SPM-1790). tl: Myers Jack, AB Wisconsin Engine, 214x18x67 in. Myers Fig Double Acting Working Barrel. (SPM-2081). #:1: Brown & Sharpe, Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, Universal Grinding Machines. Brown & Sharpe Mfg. Co. (SPM-1830). tl: U. S. Tool Post Grinder, Model RA 1h H.P. U. S. Electrical Tool Co. (SPM-2025). #:1: Floor Grinder No Bridgeport Safety Emery Wheel Co., nc. (SPM-1313). #:1: Mill Band Saw. 30-in. Yates-American Machinery Co. (SPM-121l). :/: American 12-Speed Hole Wizard. (Drill). American Tool Works Co. (SPM-2079). \ :1: Oster No. 562 "Tom Thumb," A complete Portable Pipe Threading Machine. Oster Mfg. Co. (SPM 2071). :/: No. P Jointers. Walker-Turner Co., nc. (SPM-1815). :1: No. 12 Candey-Otto, 8-Speed Radial Drill, 3, 4 a 5-ft. Candey-Otto Co. (SPM-2500). #:1: Test Racks, No. 6ET and 14EL Equipment. Westinghouse Air Brake Co. (SPM-1495). :1: Sharpener, Chain Saw, Electric Motor Driven, Type _ 2, Model ELS with Dunmore Motor, Model ll, Lofstrand Co., (SPM-2457). tl: Cabinet-Type Armature and Coil Baking Oven. Detroit Sheet Metal Works. (SPM-1942) :1: Model 104, 14" Standard Universal Drill. 'rype USL. Cincinnati Electrical Tool Co. (SPM-2551). :1: Model 110, %" Light Universal Drill, Type UO. Cincinnati Electrical Tool Co. (SPM-2552). :1: ~". Universal Standard Drill, Model 125, Type UWY. Cincinnati Electrical Tool Go. (SPM-2554). #:1: Model 102 Machine Drill Stand, Type 00, Cincinnati Electrical Tool Co. (SPM-2555). :/: Switch Handle Assembly. VanDorn Electric Tool Co. (SPM-2307). #:1: Speed Radial Drill. Candey-Otto Co. (SPM 2519) Electric Generating Set 30 KW ModeRD-l4-A Electric Generating Set, 15 KW Model RD---6-A Sept. 42. Generator Set, Portable, Gasoline Engine-Driven Skid-Mounted, 3-kw, 115-volt, l-phase, 60-cycle, OnanModel W3M Dec. 42. Generator Set, Portable, Diesel; Skid Mounted, 15-KW, 1~J220-Volt, 3-Phase, 60-Cycle, or 230/400-Volt, 3-t'hase, 50-Cycle, Ready Power, Mopel RD-6A...

66 DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES TM ENGNEERS-Continued TM Sep. 43. Generator Set, Portable, Diesel, Base Jun. 48. Generator Set, Portable, GaSOline En Mounted, 30-kw, 127/220-volt, 3-phase, 60-Cycle, gine-driven Skid-Mounted, 3-kw, 115-Volt, -Phase, or 230/400-volt, 3-phase, 50-Cycle, Buda, Model.6 60-Cycle, Onim Model W3M-5 (Generators above Buda, Model 6, DTG-317. No ) Dec',43. Compressor, Air, Portable, Gasoline En Jun. 43. Generating Set, SKYA, 115 Volts, 60 gine-driven, 16-CFM, Quincy, Model 216 with Kiek Cy~e, Single Phase A.C. Skid Mounted, Gasoline haefer Engine, Model KB 6F. Engne Driven, Model W3M S034 1 Sept. 43. Generating Set, 1:t,2 KVA. 115 Volts, Jun. 43. Compressor, Air, Trailer-M,ounted, Cycle, Single Phase, A.C. Portable, Gasoline Engine Steel Wheels, Diesel, 315-efm, ngersoll-rand,. Driven, Model HRUA. Model K-315, C Jun. 44. Generator Set, Portable, Gasoline En t Type 40 Compressor, Size HK-210 ngersoll-rand. gine-driven, Skid-Mounted, 1:t,2-KW, 115-volt, 1 (SPM-1858). Phase, 60-Cycle, Homelite, Model HRA t Model D60 Gasoline-Engine-Driven Portable Air &-5038 Class WK-60, 2-stage, Truck Mounted Gasoline Compressors. ngersoll-rand (SPM-033). Engine-Driven Compressor. Sullivan Machinery Co. t Feb. 44. Cdmpressor Air Trailer-Mounted, 5-/ May 44. Generator, Acetylene Gas, Portable, Pneumatic Tires Gasoline Engine-Driven, S5-cFM, Sight teed, Model M-12-SP. ngersoll-rand, Model 6R-50, with Wisconsin En Nov. 42. Portable Air Compressor. Model 500 gine, Model VF-4. Class PO-So Welder, Electric Are, Motor-Driven, 300-amp, (} Sept. 42. Generator Set, Portable, Gasoline En Shop Wheel-Mounted, Hobart, Model MR-300P. gine-driven, Skid-Mounted, 5-kw, 110-volt, -phase, Feb. 43. Welder, Electric Are, Gasoline Engine 60-cycle, AC, Onan, Model W3M. Driven, 300 amp, Shop Wheel-Mounted, Hobart, Jut 43. Charger, Battery, Fast, 50 Amp. Capac Model GR-300-P, or Skid-Mounted, Model GRity, Dry Plate Type, Benwood Linz Model 50 Super 300-S. charger, Type 448C2. * Sept. 43. Welder, Electric Arc, Gasoline Engine- - *S May 43. Charger, Battery, 50 Amps Capacity, Fast Charger Dry Plate Rectifier, Model 50 CCl. Driven, 300 Amp, Skid-Mounted, Hobart, Model GR 300S, Specification No Dec. 43. Generator Set, Portable, Diesel Engine Driven, Skid-Mounted, 50-kw, 127/220-Volt 3-phase Feb. 43. Welder, Electric Are, Gasoline Engine- 60 cycle, or volt, 3-phase, 50 cycle, Cummins, Model H S (Spec 856A). Driven, 30o-amp, Skid-Mounted Hobart, Model GR Nov. 42. Motorized Air Compressor (Model Feb. 43. Welder, Electric Arc, Gasoline. Engine Ga), C 1. Driven, 300-amp, Skid-Mounted, Hobart, Model GR Schramm Fordair Air Compressor. Schramm' nc. 300-S (Spec 856A, 856B, 856C) Apr. 44. Generator Set, Portable, Diesel En Oct. 43. Generator Set, Portable, Diesel, Skidgine-Driven, Skid-Mounted, Enclosed, 30-KW, 127/ Mounted, 60-kw, 127/220-Volt, 3-Phase, 50-Cycle, 220-Volt, 3-phase, 60-cycle 230/400-volt, 3-phase, General Motors, Model 6016-C. 50-cycle, Ready-Power, Class EG, 30, Model RD 14-A. ' Aug. 43. Generator Set, Portable, Diesel, Skid. Mounted, 60-kw, 120/208-Volt, 3-Phase; 60-Cycle, May 44. Generator Set, Portable Diesel, Skid General Motors, Model 6016-A or 6016-B. Mounted, Enclosed, 15-kw, 127/220-volt, 3-phase, 60-cycle or 230/400-volt, 3-phase, 50-cycle, Ready t Air Compressor, Model A-140-U Electric Motor Power, Model RD-6A. Power, Truck-Mounted American Brakeshoe Co Apr. 43. Generator and Charging Plant, Acety (SPM-1947).. lene.gas, Semi-Trailer-Mounted, 50o-CFH Linde, t Diving Air Compressor, Gas-Engine-Driven, Models Model L-16. TTS-501, TTS-502. DeVilbiss Co. (SPM-1990) Apr. 43. Charging Plant, Acetylene Cylinder, #:/: DeVilbiss Air Compressor Outfits, Single Stage, 2 Semi-Trailer-Mounted with Dolly 500 CFH Linde, Cylinders. DeVilbiss Co. (SPM-1890). Model L-16. t Compressor, Air, Single-Stage-Type Electric-Motor Dec. 43. Generator Set, Portable, Oil Engine Driven, 27 CFM, Model Q-2-B. Curtiss Mfg. Co. Driven, Base-Mounted, 15-KW, 127/220-Volt, 3 (SPM-1943). Phase, 60-Cycle or 125~KW, 230/400-Volt, 3-Phase, 50 Cycle Rodgers; Model G * March 44. Generator Set, _Portable, Diesel En.gine-Driven, Skid-Mounted, 30-W, Volt, 8 * April 44. Generator Set, Portable, Oil Engine Driven, Enclosed, Skid-Mounted, 15-Kw, Phase, 60-Cycle, Volt, 3-Phase, 50-Cycle, Volt, 3-Phase, 60-Cycle, or Volt, 3-Phase, Buda, Model 6-DTG Cycle, Rogers, Model G-2151 (Serial No t.f; Onan Model No. WC-0-M, Electric Plant. D. W. through 1547). Qnan & Sons (SPM-18-20) Dec. 43. Generator Set, Portable, Oil Engine #:/: Engine Generator Set, Model 5 AXP. LeRoi Co. Driven, Base-Mounted, 15-KW, 127/220-Vplt, 3 (SPM-1294). Phase, 60-Cycle or 125-Kw, 230/400-Volt, 3-Phase, ts-5844 El)gine-Generator Plant, Type 15E Spec. No.1, 50-Cycle Rodgers; Model G Continental Motors Corp. (SPM-14-14). ~ssued by Maintenance Publication Olllce, War Plana Division, Box t.f; Air ~ompressor, Model HK ngersoll-rand 1679, Columbus, Ohio to Users 01 Equipment Onl1/. Co. (SPM-1499). #Not available. 65 -

67 t/ DATE, TTLE AND CHANGE'S TM ENGNEERS-Continued G-5348 Tournacar Welder, R. G. LeTourneau, nc. (SPM 1533). ':l:5,-s350 Welder, Gasoline Driven, Model SK-200 Dumore Electric Arc., nc;, (SPM-2208). ~ Caterpillar D8800 Diesel Engine; Electric Set; D-7700 P.U. Caterpillar Tractor Co. (SPM 1~55). ':1:5-5376' Generators, Type 2022-G, 2023-G and 180O-R16. Leece-Neville Co. (SPM-2005). ':1: Dualara Welding Generators, Electric Arc, nc., (SPM-2083). #:1: Kohler of Kohler Electric Plants, 1% and 2KW Models, Volt DC. Kohler Co. (SPM-1177). :1: Model 4B12 Delco Lights, Delco Appliance Divi, sion, General Motors Corp. (SPM-1170). t Delco Light Service nstructions. Delco Appliance Division, General Motors Corp. (SPM-1756). ':1: Pioneer Air Compressor for Model SP~. Pioneer Air Compressor Co., nc. (SPM-2274). ;1: Type 40, Model D60-PA Two-stage Air Compressors. ngersoll-rand Co. (SPH-2042). ':1: Type 40, Model D-85, Two-Stage Air Compressors. ngersoll-rand Co. (SPM-?'088). ;1: Model HK-105, Type 40, Portable 2-Stage Air Compressors. ngersoll-rand Co. (SPM'-2276). ;1: Hobart Electric-Motor-Driven Arc Welder; Muiti Range; Generator, 300-Amp., 40-Volt, Motor, 3 Phase 220/440-Volt, 6o-Cycle, 20-HP, Model MR 300, Specs. No. 830A. Hobart Bros. (SPM-2078). #::S-S460 Engine, Model XF1-11, SKVA Generating Sets. LeRoi Co. (SPM-1045). ~S KW Gasoline-Electric Generating Sets; Type GM-12, General Electric Co. (SPM-2061). :1: Electric Generating Set, 2~1l KW, Model BX United States- Motor Corp. (S:PM-2522) Arc Welder, Gasoline-Engine-Driven, EW-91. Hobart Bros. (SPM-2301) Oct. 43. Trailer, 2-Wheel Utility, Pole-Type, 2%-ton, Type, Triangulation Tower, Meili-Blumberg, Model 15-T. :1: U. S. Army Field Cameras, Lanston Monotype Machine Co. (SPM-1162)..:1: Camera, Copying, Complete with accessories, 24 x 30". Rutherford Machine Co. ':/: Class 1300 and 2000 Multilith Duplicator. Addressograph. Multigraph Corp. :1: ATF-Webendorfer Big Chief 20 Offset Press. American Type Founders. :1: Lit,hographic Press, Harris LTE. Mobile Reproduction Unit. Corps of Engineers. Harris Seybold Potter Co. :1: Camera, Copying, Complete with accessories 24 x 24". Rutherford Machine Co. :1: Vacuum Printing Frame, Model AF-101. Harold M. Pitman Co. (SPM-2262). :j: Lithographic Whirler, Model AW101, Harold M. Pitman Co. ':1: Bl-25 Airflow Printing Lamps. MacBeth Arc Lamp Co. (SPM-1956). :tsbued by Maintenance Publication Office. War Plans Division. Box 1679, Columbus. Ohio to Users of Equipment On1ll jlnot available. Not in stock, not to be requisitioned. 66. ~ --cl NUlUBER DATE. TT,E AND CHANGES TM :1: B~tti, F;,ld Pro"u C.m". No. 52C. :1: Camera Vertical Projection, Portable, 'Huebner, t 10 x 10-in., with accessories. :/: Vacuum Printing Frame, Model AF-103. Harold l M. Pitman Co. (SPM-2089). i ;1: Vacuum Printing, Frame Model AF-103. Harold M. Pitman Co. (SPM-1587). ~ #:j: Vacuum Machine Model C. Hunter Electro-Copyist, nc. (SPM-1314). #:/: Pease Model "12" Continuous Blue-Printing, De-, veloping and Electric Drying Equipment. (SPM- ~ 1588).! #:j: Duplicating Machine, Duplicator Model 221 with Suction Feeder Model 816. Davidson Mfg. Corp. (SPM-1763). #:/: Model 4 Continuous Photostat Corp. (SPM-3009). # Model 55 Printer. Charles Bruning Co. (SPM 1371). #:/: Printer,4BW. Charles Brunning Co. (SPM-1373).! # Ozalid Models "E" and "F" Whiteprint Machine ; Ozalid Products Division (SPM-1586). #:1: Model 7fi Mercury Printer Model 159 Volumatie Developer. Charles Bruning Co. (SPM-1369). # Model 154 B-Vi' Developer. Charles Bruning Co., (SPV-1370). # U. S. Army Field Cameras. Lanston Monotype Co. ~ (SPM-1853) Searchlight, flo-in., General Electric Models 1941 and 1941A Sep. 42. Searchlight, Portable, 60-inch Antiaircraft Trailer, Tilting-Type, Searchlight, 60-in., 4-Wheel, Fruehauf, Model 1121, Type M-l June 43. Searchlight, 60-inch General Electric Model 1942 and Control Station June 43. Searchlight, 60-inch General Electric Model 1942 and Control Station June 43. Portable Power Plant for Searchlight, 60-in. General Electric Model May 43. Generator Set, Portable, Gasoline Engine-Driven, Searchlight, with Carrying Case 400 Watt, 12-Volt, DC, Delco, Model 4-B Aug. 43. Winch, Barrage Balloon, Portable, Low Altitude, Wilson, U. S. Type, Model W-3 M-l (Series Nos to 1228) with Waukesha Engine, Model 6 BKU. ' * Dec. 43. Winch, Barrage Balloon, Portable, Skid Mounted, Gasoline, Engine-Driven, Low Altitude, Wilson, Model W-4 Type U-1, with Waukesha Engine, Model BKU Apr. 44. Winch, Barrage Balloon, Portable Very Low altitude, U. S. Type Model (VLA) M-1 with Waukesha Engine Model 150-U inch Antiaircraft Equipment Model Sperry Gyroscope Co. (SPM-205.J) Sperry Airborne Equip. Searchlight 60", M-1. Control Station and Power Plant. Sperry-Gyroscope Co., nc. (SPM-2521) Searchlight, 60-inch, General Electric, Model 1942A (parts catalog) Nov. 43. Portable Power Plant Searchlight, 60-in. Model 1942A Nov. 43. Portable, Power Plant Searchlight, 6o-in. Model 1942A. ~ ~--- ~ )f

68 - j DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES ENGNEERS-Continued TM i:-7120 Dec. 43. Generator, Hydrogen Gas, High Pressure, Ferro-Silicon Method Gasoline Engine-Driven, Trailer Mounted, Model KHPG-1, Type Al with Hercules Engine Model XB. (Parts manual only) :1: inch Antiaircraft Searchlight Mobile and Portable, Model 1934 Sperry Gyroscope Co. (SPM-2052). :1: inch Antiaircraft Searchlight Equipment, Model Sperry Gyroscope Co. (SPM-2046). :1: inch Antiaircraft Equipment Model Sperry Gyroscope Co. (SPM-2057). :1: inch Antiaircraft Searchlight Equipment, Model Sperry Gyroscope Co. (SPM-2054). :1;5, inch Antiaircraft Searchlight Equipment, Model 1941-A, Sperry Gyroscope Co. (SPM-2050). 6-8Q02 Outboard Motor (Model TSL-15). :1: Evinrude Speedifour, Model 7035, Evinrude Motors. (SPM-1122). y :1: Elto Lightwin, Models Evinrude Motors. :1: Evinrude Speeditwin, Models Evinrude Motors Dec. 43. Boat, Utility, Power, 18-ft. Penn-Yan, Model AT Sept. 48. Crane, Truck-Mounted Bridge Erector, Hydraulic-Operated, Daybrook, Model M-11A Nov. 43. Crane, Truck-Mounted, Bridge Erector, Hydraulic-Operated, Daybrook, Model M Jan. 43. Steel Treadway Bridge Equipment, Truck Body and Hydraulic Crane (Model M-11) Aug. 44. Crane, Truck-Mounted, Bridge Erector, Hydraulic-Operated, Heil, Model M-11A. t Outboard Motor, 400 Series. Johnson Motors. (SPM-1523). t Schramm Ponton nflation-deflation; Manifold nstruction. Schramm, nc. (SPM-1603) May 43. Trailer, 2-Wheel Pole Type Trestle, Model T-112o-A for 10-ton Ponton Bridge Equipment or 18-ft. Utility Power Boat Sept. 42. Trailer, Model No. XBBM 16-ton Low Bed Sept ton Ponton Trailer Model DF231 Special Sept. 42. Ponton Dolly, Model DC2 Special Sept. 42. Power Vice Stand No Oct ton Ponton Trailer (Model DF231 Special) Feb. 43. Semi-Trailer, Special, Drop-Frame, 25 ton Ponton, Electric Wheel Apr. 43. Semi-Trailer, Special, Drop-Frame, 25-ton Ponton, Trailer Co. of America Oct. 43. Trailer, Full, Low-Bed, 20-ton, Rogers Model H-20-LS-4 and H-20-LS Oct. 42. Threading Machine, Pipe Thread, Motor-Driven, lh to 2-in., Oster, No Nov. 42. Trailer, Full, Low-Bed, 16-ton. La Crosse, Model DF-6-16-A, ES T Mar. 43. Lubricator, Trailer Mounted, Model No Nov. 42. Ponton Trailer, Model 10-ton 2-wheel, Pole Type. U.ued by Maintenanoe Publication Offioe, War Plan. Divieion, Box 1679, ColumbUS, Ohio to Ulen 01 Equipment On/v. #Not available. 67 TM Ju. 43. Trailer, Full, Flat Bed, 8-ton, (Model CPT 8 Special) Feb. 43. Semi-Trailer, Flat Bed, 20-ton, Model CPT 20, Special with DC 4 Dolly Apr. 43. Semi-Trailer Water Tank 1500 Gallon Capacity. * Jan. 44. Plow, Snow, Straight Blade, Underbody Type, 4-Ton 6 x 6, or 6-Ton 6 x 6 Truck Mounted,. Standard Ordnance Truck, Willet, Model HRTA Dec. 42. Trailer, Full, Low-Bed, 16-ton, La Crosse, Model DF6-16-C, ES T-1042A Dec. 42. Trailer, Full, Low-Bed, 16-ton, La Crosse, Model DF6-16-B Dec. 42. Trailer, Full, Low-Bed, 16-ton, La Crosse, Model DF6-16-C, ES T-042A Trailer, Full, Low-Bed, 20-ton, LaCrosse, Model DF Jun. 43. Semi-Trailer, Acetylene Charging Plant, Model FF428DF Special with DC4 Dolly. 5-' Apr. 48. Trailer, Two Wheel for Arc Welder or 7.5 KVA Generator Model d-1752-s Sept. 44. Trailer, 2-wheel special, 114-ton, Arc Welder, Model D-1752-S Mar. 43. Crane, Tractor-Operated, Non revolving 40,000 lb. Capacity at 10 ft. Radius, 20 ft. Boom LeTourneau, Model M Apr. 43. Power Control Unit, Cable Operating, Rear-Mounting, -Drum, Reversible, LeTourneau Model HN Apr. 43. Tl'ailer, 2-wheel Pole Type for 10-ton Ponton Bridge Equipment, Model JUtl. 43. Trailer, 2 Wheel Pole Type, Trestle 10 ton Ponton Bridge, Model D-182o-S with Superstructure for Power Utility Boat Mav 48. Dolly 2--whee1, Semi-Trailer, Flat-Bed, 4~1, to;], 2-Dual Tires Hobbs Model D Jan. 43. Dolly, 2-Wheel Medium Type 2, 7.ton capacity '"Jan, 43. Trailer, 2~Wheel Utility, Pole-type 2lhton type, nfantry Raft Equipment and/or Pneumatic Bridge Equipment Deere Model D May 43, Trailer, Two-Wheel, Utility, Pole Type, 2lh-ton, Type, nfantry Support Raft and/or Pneu matk Bridge Equipment Model D Mar. 43. Trailer, Two-Wheel, Pole Type Trestle, 10-ton Ponton Bridge Equipment Model D Jul: 43. Sweeper, Rotary-Broom, 3-wheel Trailer Mounted, Gasoline, Two Way Sweeping 80 in. x 8 ft. Brush, Grace Model MD Nov. 42. Grease Gun Kit, Model PK Feb. 43. Sweeper, Rotary, Tractor Mounted Power, Take-Off Drive (ModelK) May 43. Trailer, Dump, 2-wheel, ljj ton, Airborne. ' Aug, 43. ce Plant, One Ton, Manually operated Portable Skid Mounted, Gasoline Engine Driven, Model V-50 with Continental Engine Model Y ce Plant, l5-ton Frick, Model SQDW Nov. 42. ce Plant, Model 5 x 5 AU 8.6 ton Jun. 43. Refrigeration Equipment, Automatic control Gasoline Engine Powered, ModelOCE 300 FLG-A with Continental Engine Model PY 69. 1i - - ~ \

69 JrtruBER DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES TM ENGNEERS-Continued TM :1: Towing Winch, Model D6N for Caterpillar D Aug. 43. Refrigeration Equipment, Motor Driven, Tractor, Williamette-Hyster Co. (SPM-2067). for Prefabricated Warehouse, Carrier Model OCE Aug. 43. Rooter, Road, Cable-Operated 3-Tooth, 300-FLE-A with Wagner Motor Type RP. with Cable-Laying Attaehments, LeTourneau Model 1i Feb. 43. ncinerator Model MB34, 2,000 lbs. pl'. B. hr Aug. 43. Dolly, Two-Wheel, Dual Tire, Semitrailer flat bed, 4 l h-ton. : Ton Capacity, Tilting Bed Trailer, Commercial Shearing & Stamping Co. (SPM-1120) Oct. 43. Derrick, Truck Mounted Cable, Winch :5':"9104 Hypressure Jenny Steam Cleaner, Model JM-i Homestead Valve Mfg. Co. (SPM-1928) Jul. 43. Pump, Turbine, Deep Well for Gasoline, Powered Model 5-ton Mar. 44. ce Plant, 15-ton, Equipment Only, 4 in. Discharge, 150 foot head, Gasoline Engine Frick Model, 7x7 (Enclosed 208/400 Volt, "W"). Driven, Model P-606 with Wisconsin Engine Model April 44. Plow, Snow, Straight Blade, H~-ton, AHH. 4 x 4, 01' 2%-ton, 6 x 6, Truck-Mounting R2-21A Mar. 44. Pumping Station, 3-in., Portable, 1i-9110A 5 May 44. Semi-Trailer, Van-Type, with Dolly, with 2 Ga"oline Engine-Drive Centrifugal Pumps, Heil, Model 02A (For use with ndependent Model 02B Oxygen and Nitrogen Gas Generator and Charging Plant., Generating and Charging Plant, Oxygen and Nitrogen Cylinder, 500-dh Oxygen, 100-dh, Nitrogen, Semi-Trailer-Mounted, with Dolly Air Products, Model D Jan. 44. Plow, Snow, V-Blade-Or Straight Blade, One-Way Type l.4-ton 4 x 4 Truck Mounting without Wing, Standard Ordnance Truck Wausau J or JB Mar. 44. Mower, Tractor-Drawn, Cutter-Bar Type, ron Wheels, 7 ft. Cutter Bar, Case ~6del Aug. 43. Sweeper, Rotary, Broom, Tr~ctor Mounted and Powered, One Way Sweeping, 30" x 6' Brush, Hough Model M Mar. 44. Shop, Engineer, Motorized, Aviation Battalion, Couse, Types "A" & "B" (chassis only) Mar. 44. Shop, Engineer, Motorized, Aviation Battalion, Welding, Couse Type A (Parts Catalog for Equipment Only) Mar. 44. Shop, Engineer, Motorized, Aviation Battalion, Welding, Couse, Type A (Maintenance nstructions for Equipment Only) Mar. 44. Shop, Engineer, Motorized, Aviation Battalion, Machine, Couse T~'pe B. (Parts Catalog for Equipment Only) Mar. 44. Shop, Engineer, Motorized, Aviation Battalion, Machine, Couse, Type B (Maintenance nstructions for Equipment only) Aug. 43. Auger, Earth, Skid-Mounted, Gasoline, Highway Trailer Model HDM-S with Continental Engine, Model PF-226. #:1: " Heavy Duty Band Saw, Model 72B. American Saw Mill Machinery Co. (SPM-009) Jul.' 43. Sweeper, Rotary-Broom, 4-wheel Trailer Mounted, Gasoline, two-way Sweeping 30 in. x 8 ft. Bl'ush, Hough, Model TuWay Nov. 43. Heater, Gasoline Burning, Electrically Operated 1S,000-BTU Evans, Model (For Mobile Machine Shop). :t Auger, Earth, Motorized, Model HBG-40 (The Buda Co.). ' Jul. 43. Shower, Unit, Field, Portable with Heater 32 Shower Heads, Wallace and Tiernan (Novadel Agene Corp.), Model A-529: ;t Towing Winch, Model D7N for Caterpillar D7 Tractor, Williamette-Hyster Co. (SPM-2086). :ssued by Maintenance Publication Office. War Plans Divisi,,m. Box 1679,. Columbus. Ohio to Users Of Equipment Only. #Not available. 68, 1 Sand Trap, 1 Discharge Section, 1 Main' Line Header Sect'on, 1 Set of Automatic Controls, 285 barrels pel' hour against a Pressure Differential of 600 lb. McGregor and Reed Jan. 44. Ta m;ller, Pneumatic or Steam, Pile Driven, 5000 lb. McKiernan-Terry No.7. Aug. 43. H eater. Gasoline-Burning with Blower, 110 Volt, 60 Cycle, AC, Hunter (Model UH-3) :"Jov. 43. Derrick, Stiff-Leg 25-ton, Wiley (10 to 25-ton) Sept. 43. Trailer, Two-Wheel, Special Pole Type Flat Bed, for Quickway Crane Shovel Attachment, Model T-8. t5-9176,jaeger Model 2A Dixie Special Hoist with Model XAHU Waukesha Engine Jaeger Maclfine Co ,Jul. 43. Diving Equipment, Set No.2, Shallow Water Ohio Rubber Aug. 43. Trailer, 2-Wheel Utility, Pole-Type 2lc~-ton, Type, Trestle Bay Load 10-ton Ponton Bridge, Kentucky Mfg. Co. Model D May 43. Trailer, Two-Wheel, Utility, Pole-Type, 2 '2-ton, Type i:j, Storm Boat, Model D Oct. 43. Trailer, Full Low-Bed, 16-ton Stell Products Model XBBM Dec Trailer Full Low-Bed, 16-ton Model LKD Dec. 43. Trailer, Full, Low-Bed,16-ton, LaCrosse Model DF6-Hi March 44. Semi-Trailer, Low-bed, with Dolly, 20 ton, Jahn, LK D-620. * March 44. Trailer, Full, Low-Bed, 20-Ton, Rogers, Model H-20-LS-14. t Trailer, Full, Low-Bed, 60-Ton, Rogers, Model D-60 DS-5. * March 44. Semi-Trailer, Low-Bed, with Dolly, 20 Ton, LaCross. Model DFG-20. * Sept. 44. Semi-trailer, Low-Bed, 20-Ton, Model 20-T, with Model 20-TD Dolly Oct. 43. Cl'ane, Tl'actor-Operated,;Non-Revolving, 20,000-lb. Capacity at 10-ft. Radius, 30 ft. Boom LeTourneau, Model AD-3. t Portable Circular Sawmill, Model -C Corinth Machinery Co. t5-9240,jaeger Model 2D3 Hoist with Model UD-18 nterna tional Diesel Engine, Jaeger Machine Co. t Engine, Caterpillar, Diesel D Caterpillar Tractor (SPM-081). :1: ce Maker, Gasoline-Driven, One Ton, Portable Compressor, Carrier Corp" Model 7K4. Victor Products Co. t t ~ J! l, L 1.'

70 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES ENGNEERS-Continued TM Oct. 43. Gate, Valve Sections, 4-in. Pipe Line, Consisting of one 4-in. Gate Valve Fabricated into a 20 ft. Section of Pipe Grooved for Victulic Couplings Niemes Mar. 44. Gate Valve Section, 4 in. Pipe 'Line, Consisting of one 4-in. Gate Valve Fabricated into a 20 ft. Section of Pipe Grooved for Victaulic Coupling Mutual. :1: Knockdown Type Sectional Coolers,.Grand Rapids Cabinet Co. (SPM-2070) U. S. Standard No.1 and No.2 RefrigeratOr. :1: No.1 Prefabricated Warehouse. Hussman-Ligonier Co. #:\: Refrigeration Equipment for 20'xl00' Refrigerated Warehouse. Hussman-Ligonier. (SPM-1480). :1: Refrigeration Equipment for 20'x52' Refrigerated Warehouse. Hussman-Ligonier Co. (SPM-1160). :1: Warehouse, Only. Refrigerated Prefabricated, U. S. Standard Warehouse No.2. Viking Refrigerators, nc. (SPM-2216). #:1: Condensing Units, Model E-200; 1 Unit Cooler, Model FVA 875-6R-3; 1 Evaporative-Condenser, Model E-5. Hussman-Ligonier Co. (SPM-1461) :1: Refrigeration Equipment for 20'xl00'Refrigerated Warehouse, Hussman-Ligonier Co. (SPM-1HJl). :1: Model R7 Rear PCU. R. G. LeTourneau (SPM 1864) Oct. 43. Power Control Unit, Cable-Operating, Rear-Mounting, 2 drum, LeTourneau, Model R May 44. Power Control Unit, Cable-Operating, Rear-Mounting, 2-DruJ1l, LeTourneau, Model T Feb Winch, Tractor Mounting, Single Drum, Reversible, Hyster Model D4A Jun. 44. Winch, Tractor Mounting, Single Drum, Reversible, Hyster, Model D8N. :1: Coffing's Model F--G Ratchet Lever Hoist. Coffing Hoist Co Feb. 44. Tank, Water, Steel, Semi-Trailer Mounted 1,500-gal., Columbian Steel Tank Co. Model Jun. 43. Sprayer Attachment, Paint, Pneumatic, E-A and E-B Sprayer, Paint, Pneumatic, Portable, with Compressor, Motor-Driven, ~-j, hp, 110 Volt, 60-CYcle, 1 Phase, with -qt. Gun, Roche J. Hose and Attachments. Binks-Roche, Model E-4 (Formerly Known. as Model SP 14 EJ Aug. 43. Sprayer, Paint, Pneumatic, Portable, with Compressor, Gasoline Engine-Driven, Wheelbarrow~Type with two 5-gal. steel Galvanized Tanks and Accessories. Binks, Model E Model 939A Air Motor Driven Agitator Unit. Binks Mfg. Co Feb. 44. Shop, Engineer, Motorized General Purpose Repair. :1: Model FD8 Front Power Control Unit. R. G. Le Tourneau, nc. (SPM-1545). :1: Model FTD7 Front Power Control Unit. R. G. Le Tourneau, nc. ':\: Engine, Diesel Model H. Cummins (SPM-1212). :1: Engine, Gasoline, 5 to 10 hp., Wisconsin, Models. AB, AK, AKS. *ssued by Maintenance Publica~lon Office, War Plana Divialon Box Columbus. Ohio to Users ot Equipment Only. Not available. 69 TM :1: Snow Roller. 5 Drug Type, Blaw-Knox Division (SPM-2318) Feb. 44. Drag, Snow Rectangular, 28 ft. Wide, Blaw-Knox. #:j: Fire Equipment, Model No Central Fire Truck Corp. (SPM-2517) Mar Odograph, Land 6-Volt, Complete with Cables for nstallation in Truck %,-tons 4x4, LB.M. and Monroe Model M Sep. 43. Odograph, Land, 6-Volt with Cables for nstallation on Truck, ~-ton, 4x4 Monroe Model M Sep. 43. Odograph, Land, 6-Volt with Cables for nstallation on Truck, ~-ton, 4x4 BM Model M-1. * Feb. 44. Level, Engineer, Military, with Acceasories and Tripod Berger, Model 10-X. * March 44. Altimeter, Surveying, 15,000 ft. 20 ft. Division Type 15, Wallace & Tiernan, Model f A-HS. * Oct. 44. Compass, Sun, Universal Type, Abrama Model SC-1. J:j:5'-9436 Snow Drag, 28 ft. 0" Wide. Blaw-Knox Division, (SPM--3317). :j: Hanson Trailer, Model SP8, 8 Tons Capacity. Han. son Clutch & Machinery Co. (SPM-1132). :1:<' Model B-16 Trailer. Bay City Shovels, nc. (SPM 1243). #:1: Ton Trailer, Model LKS-408. C. R. Jahn Co. (SPM-1518). :1: Platform Trailer, Model 6T Meili-Blumberg Corp. (SPlV-1l4~). :1: Winter Weiss Transport Trailer, Model S4S8. The Winter Weiss vo. (SPM-1149). :j: Ton Trailer, Model LKS-408. C. R. Jahn Co. (SPM-1134) Mar. 44. Trailer, 2-Wheel Utility, Pole-Type, 271- Ton, Type, nfantry Raft Equipment and/or Pneumatic Bridge Equipment, Electric Wheel, Model D-2498., Feb. 44. Trailer, 2-Wheel, Utility, Pole-Type, 271 Ton,. Type V, Storm Boat, Electric Wheel, Model D #:j: Models Z, ZH, ZHL, ZHLP, ZHR, ZL, ZLP, ZM. ZP, ZR, Briggs and Stratton Motors (SPM-1915). fi-9500 Principles of Modern Excavation and Equipment. :j: Tree and Stump Puller, Model ECC High-Speed Automotive Power-Driven, For Fordson Tractor. Evans Clearing Corp. :1: Air Hoists and Air Motors, Models HK and BKL. Gardener-Denver (SPM-1454). :j: Special Aerial Tramway with 4" stroke.. AHB: Wisconsin Engine. Stearns-Rogers Co. (SPM 2546). :1: Model T-15-C Crane. Browning Crane &; Shovel Co. (SPM-2563). #:1: U. S. Standard No. 2 Refrigerated Warehouse. United Refrigerator Mfg. Co. (SPM-2255). :1: McKiernan Terry Double Acting Pile Hammer No. O-B-2. McKiernan-Terry Corp. (SPM-1561). * Sept. 44. Pile Driving Rig, Wood Construction, Air or Steam Operated, Skid-mounted, 66-ft., Lead., 8-in., Channel Width 20lh-in., Face to Face, Giardino, Models G04, G07, Gl ~--

71 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGEl DATE, TTLE AND CHANGE!! TM ENGNEERS---Continued TM Oct. 43. nstructions for Preparation of Corpl 1-' Jun. 44. Barracks, Portable Sectional, All of Engineers Equipment for Exports. Wood nsulated, Procedures for Erecting Sep. 44. Shower-Unit, Field Trailer-Mounted, 1i Oct. 44. Barracks, Portable, Prefabricated, 20' x with Heater, 8-Shower Heads, Cleaver-Brook. 48', Steel (Angle Frame), nsulated, Procedure for Model EC-3. t Erecting Apr. 44. Hangar, Airplane, Steel, Sheet cov'-j Feb. 44. Barrack, Portable, Precut, All Wood ered 130 ft. and 160 ft.. for Tropical Use. #:1: Model 7D8 Logging Cruiser Wheels, Athey Trusl Nov. 44. Barracks, Portable, Prefabricated, 20' x Wheel Co. (SPM-1880). 48', Steel (Channe\ Frame), nsulated, Procedure ~ Map Reproduction Trailer, Model HH 228 Special, for Erecting. Fruehauf Trailer Co. (SPM-2029) Apr. 44. Erection Procedure for Barracks, ~ Rodgers 4-Wheel Trailer Track Press, Model 11 Portable Prefabricated 20' x 48' Steel (Angle with 5lh" Cylinder, 40 Pump, Wisconsin Engine, Frame) for Tropical Use. Solenoid Throttle Control & Rodgers Power Track Jan. 44. Erection Procedure for Barracks, Portable,.Wrench, Rodgers Hydraulic, nc. (SPM-2077). Prefabricated Sheet, Plain, Steel 20 ft. x 50 ft. #t Model HP-1 Williams Hi-Pressure Oil Burner. ~ 1i Oct. 44. Erection Procedure for Buildings, Williams Oil-O-Matic Heating Corp. (SPM-1951).! Portable, Prefabricated, N. P. Ward Steel (Angle #:1: Gasoline Heater, Model GN-4 Motorola. Galvin Frame) Tropical. Mfg. Corp. (SPM-1929). : Bucyrus-Erie 44-B Diesel Crane Bucyrus-Erie Co. #~ Premax Pressure ndicator, Bachrach ndustrial ~ (SPM-2309). nstrument Co. (SPM-1354).. i '~ Model 54-B Crane with Buda Diesel Parts List, #t A Mud Jack, Koehring Co. (SPM-2069). Models 6DH & DH Bucyrus-Erie Co. (SPM #t Ryker Model M-0 Military Stereoscope, Harrison. 2394). C. Rykers, nc. (SPM-1893). ~ U. S. Standard Refrigerated Warehouse No.2. #t Tractor Grane, Model AD4, R. G. LeTourneau, nc. & Koch Butchers Supply Co. (SPM-3000). (SPM-1252) ~ Engine, Model RSG-4-Cyli.nder Lauson Eng. Co. #:1: UD-6 Power Unit. nternational Harvester Co. J (SPM-1163). (SPM-1833). t 1:1: Atlas Diesel Engine 60 77~xl0Yz. Marine Engines #:1: " x 128" ndependent Boiler, American Hoist No Atlas mperial Diesel Engine Co. (SPM Derrick Co. (SPM-1959). 2273). #t Three-Drum Steam Hoist and Slewing Attachment : Carbide Flood Lights, Model 21-A Alexander Milburn Co. (SPM-1665). 1961). 81,4, x 10 size. American Hoist & Derrick Co. (SPM ~ Model C-l Beaver Power Unit. Beaver Pipe Tools. #:1: Speeder LS-90. Link Belt Speeder Corp. (SPM-, (SPM-1665). 1767). t 1:1: Medium Dolly, Type 2, 7-Ton Capacity. Syracuse #:1: Vacuum Pump, Style Westinghouse Eleo- i Chilled Plow Co. (SPM-1424). tric & Mfg. Co. (SPM-1803). tl: Dravo Direct Field Heater, Job. C-6060-Size 1,000,000 BTU/HR. Dravo Corp. (SPM-2503). : la Crane, C-3717, 3-S-3662, Caterpillar D Engine & Diesel Electric Set for N9001 to N999 nclusive and 3R7001 and Up. Kowhrin~ (SPM-2482). 1:1: Boiler Feed Steam Pump Model DRP-323, Duplex Reciprocating Valve Plate Type' American-Marsh Model 3x2x3, C. H. Dutton Co. (SPM-1996). '~ Oil Well, 38-D36 LRH Pump Unit. Goulds Fig. 3360, Three-nch 8-Stage Centrifugal Pump. Link Belt SW-12 Speed ncreaser Ratio 1 :3.6 Waukesha Hesselman Model 6LRHU Engine. Oil Well Supply i Co. (SPM-1692). d 1:1: Model W-llA Car Washer, 3HP, 208-Volt, 60 i, Cycle, 3-phase, Wayne Pump Co. (SPM-2018). 11' : Cardwell Model C Revolving Crane Cardwell Mfg. Co. nc. (SPM-1380). ~ Canton Portable Floor Crane, No. S High Base, with Standard Ratchet and Pawl. The Hill Acme Co., Canton Division. (SPM-1214). '~ Cycotherm Steam Generator C-12 Ames ron Works. (SPM-1823) Machine, Chest,' Duplicating Equipment, Gelatine Process 22 in. x 33 in. Model ~ :r.sued by Maintenance Publication Office, War Plans Division, Box Columbus. Ohio to UBerB 0/ Equipment Onll/. lnoi available. #:1: Refrigeration. ce Freezing. York Machinery Co. t. (SPM-1210). #:1: Baker Refrigeration Equipment for 20' x 52' Re- frigerated Warehouse, Baker ce Machine Co. nc.. i (SPM-1152). i #:1: Sewing Machine, Model 11-26, Singer Sewing Machine Co. (SPM-1386). #:1: Trailer, 2-Wheel, Triangulation Tower Stake Body. Oil City Tank and Boiler Co. (SPM-1681). ~ Grayco Convoy Luber, Model LU-00 Gray Co., nc. (SPM-1131). ~ Detrex Degreaser, Model VH-400 Detroit Rex Products Co. (SPM-1764). #:1: Electric Motors, Type FS Frame, 224-F Class A, 3 HP, 3500 RPM, 220-Volts, 3-Phase, 60-Cycles, Louis-Allis Co. (SPM-2000). #:1: Cement Gun, Model N-l, Cement Gun Co. (SPM 2000). tj:1j-9830 McKiernan-Terry Double-Acting Pile Hammer No, 9-B-2. McKiernan-Terry Corp. (SPM-1560). #~ Cleaver-Brooks Portable Field Bathing Unit, Model EC-4. Cleaver-Brooks Co. (SPM-1944), #:1: Sewage Non-Clog Vertical Centrifugal Pump, Novo Gasoline Engine Driven Weil Model C-176G. tem No Wei! Putnp Co. (SPM-1898). #:1: Direct-Feed Chlorinator, Type MEPM, Model No. A-499. Wallace & Tiernan. (SPM-1290).:

72 1 t.j: DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES ENGNEERS-Continued TM tt Elevating Portable Trough Belt, Conveyor, Model Trowbridge No. THD Trowbridge Conveyor Co. (SPM-1802). :1: Moto-Crane, Lorain Model MC-4, Thew Shovel Co. (SPM-2247) :1: Crane,?fodel Lorain MC3, Thew Shovel Co. (SPM 1460). :1: Two-Ton Gantry Crane, Mississippi Valley Structural Steel Co. (SPM-2206). #:1: B Transit Crane No , Buda K-428 Gas Engine. Bucyrus-Erie. (SPM-1316). #:): Krane Kar Model X, Buda Engine, Model HP205. Silent Hoist Winch & Crane Co. (SPM-1680). #:1: Power Control Unit, Model TD6, for use with D6 Caterpillar Tractor. R. G. LeTourneau, nc. (SPM 1101). #:1: Power Control Unit, Model T8, for use with Caterpillar Model D8 Tractor. R. G. LeTourneau, nc. (SPM-1112). #:1: Rooter, Model S5, R. G. LeTourneau, nc. (SPM 1547). #:1: Rooter, Model S3, R. G. Le'llourneau, nc. (SPM 1549). #:1: Concrete Bucket, Tremie-Type, Blaw-Knox Division of Blaw-Knox Co. (SPM-1245). #:1: Engine, Gas, Model PF-170 & PF-218. Continental Motors. (SPM-1l69). #:1: Engine and Power Units. ModelS Y69, Y91, PY91, ):"4069, Y4091, PY69, Continental Motors. (SPM 1415). #:1: Portable Electric Conveyor, Model 220-A. Jeffrey Mfg. Co. (SPM-1524). #:1: No.5 Gasoline ndustrial-brownhoist Crane, Machine No ; U. S. Crane No ndustrial Brownhoist Co. (SPM-1263). #:1: ndustrial Brownhoist Machine No , No.5, Gasoline, Climax R61 Engine, Curtis No. 80 Air Compressor. ndustrial Brownhoist Corp. (SPM 1310). #:1: ndustrial Brownhoist, Machine No , Gasoline. ndustrial Brownhoist Corp. (SPM-1305). #;/: No.5 Gasoline Crane Machine, No ; Climax R61 Engine; Curtis Air Compressor; Model 80, Twin Disc X8295A Clutch; Midland-Christensen N-3050 Air Cylinder. ndustrial Brownhoist Corp. (SPM 1324).. #:1: No.5 Gasoline Hoist, Machine No ; Climax RG1 Engine; Curtis Model 80 Air Compressor; Twin Disc X8295A Clutch; Midland-Christensen N-3050 Air Cylinder. ndustrial Brownhoist Corp. (SPM-1497). #:1: No.5 Gasoline, Machine No , Climax R61 Engine, Curtis Model No. 80 Air Compressor, ndustrial Brownhoist Corp. (SPM-1769). #:1: Gasoline Motors, Models B Thru BR. Briggs & Stratton. (SPM-1914). #:1: UD-9 Power Unit. nternational Harvester Co. (SPM-1831). Power Unit UD-14 HC (SPM-2224) #:1: UD18 Power Unit, nternational Harvester Co. (SPM-1760). issued by Maintenance Publication Office, War Plana Division, Box Columbus. Ohio t? Ul6rll of Eqvipment Only. #Not available. TM t.j: #:j: #:1: #:j: #:1: :1: DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES Power Unit, Model P-12, nternational Harvester Co. (SPM-1838). Power Unit, Model 200. nternational Harvester Co. (SPM-1845). Engine, Model D133Pl-7. LeRoi Co. (SPM-1643). Engine, Model D201 P Series No , LeRoi Co. (SPM-1674). Engine, Model P-2877, D2 Model MX. LeRoi Co. (SPM-1530). Buckeye MDDD Power Control Unit, Allis-Chalmers (SPM-1705). Allis-Chalmers Model U-40 Power Unit. Alli.. #:1:5-9960, Chalmers Mfg. Co. (SPM-1902). #:1: #:1: #:1: #:1: #:1: #:1: # #:1: #:1: #:1: Power Unit, L-90. Allis-Chalmers (SPM-190S). Allis-Chalmers, Model B-15 Power Unit. Alli.. Chalmers Mfg. Co. (SPM-1904). Trailer, 2-Wheel, T8, Timpte Bros. (SPM-1l48). DeVilbiss Type GD Spray Gun. DeVilbiss Co. (SPM-1436). DeVilbiss Spray Equipment. DeVilbiss Co. (SPM 1227). 2 Condensing Units, Model E500; 2' Unit Coolers Model FUA875-6R-3; 1 Evaporative Condenser, Model EC 7'12. Hyssman-Ligonier Co. (SPM-481). tem 2A, 7'12 H. P. Set Ups; 2 Condensing Units, Model W 500; 2 Unit Coolers, Model FUA875-6R3; 1 Evaporative Condenser, Model EC 7'12. Hussman Ligonier Co. (SPM-1479). Carrier Refrigeration Equipment in Refrigerated Meat Warehouse. Carrier Corp. (SPM-1999). Ser'vel Kerosene Refrigerator, Servel, nc. (SPM 1604). Haiss Loader, Model 25, with LeRoi D-2~1 Gasoline Engine. Geo. Haiss Mfg. Co. (SPM-1772). Nelson Q-7 Special Loader with 1-30 Tractor. Nel #:1: f son ron Works, nc. (SPM-1570). FELD ARTLLERY Dec. 41. Abbreviated Firing Tables Feb. 41. Field Artillery Fire-Control nstruments. C Nov. 44. Field Artillery Trainer, M May 41. Fire Control Code. C 1, 2, Jul. 42. Field Artillery Radio Communication Nov. 41. Field Artillery ndividual and Unit Training Standards Jan. 42. Field Artillery Notes, Meteorolo&ieal Data Using British 25-PR Range Tables. MEDCAL Mar. 41. Medical Department Soldier'. Handbook. C 1,2, Jan. 42. Dental Technicians Oct. 41. Methods for "Laboratory Technicians. C 1, Oct. 41. Methods for Pharmacy Techniciana. C 1,t S Jul. 41. Roentgenographic Technician Nov. 42. Army Medical Supply Depot Jul. 41. Fixed Hospitals of the Medical Department (General and Station Hospitals). (), i, Jan. 42. Military Roentgenology. : - :.,.,! i : - -

73 DATE, 'TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES TM ' ~ ~ MEDCAL-Continued 15 Apr. 44. Treatment of Casualties from Chemical Agents. 26 Nov. 40. Notes on Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat in Aviation Medicine. C Nov. 40. Notes on Cardiology in Aviation Medicine. 21 Oct. 40. Notes on Physiology in Aviation Medi cine. 27 Jan. 41. Notes on Psychology and Personality Studies in Aviation Medicine. 12 Dec. 40. Outline of Neuropsychiatry in Avia \tion Medicine. 1 May 41. Veterinary Administration. C Oct. 41. Hospital Diets. 28 Jan. 44. Field Operating Lamp. 28 Jan. 44. Surgical nstruments, ndirect Blood Transfusion Apparatus and Miscellaneous Surgical Supplies, Care and Maintenance. 17 Jul. 44. Distilling Apparatus. 8 Sep. 44. Case, Bone Operating 110 Volt, AC-DC (tem ). 2 Oct. 44. Cardiograph, Portable. 28 Jul. ~4. Gasoline Stoves and Burners. 14 Aug. 44. Mask Type Oxygen Therapy Outfit, Complete and Oxygen Therapy Outfit, with Manifold. ' 5 Aug. 44. Suction Apparatus, Portable, Electric. Oct. 44. Basal Metabolism Apparatus. 25 Sep. 44. Lamp, Therapeutic, Mercury Arc, Air Cooled, Mobile, Complete, 110-volt, 60-cycle. (tem ). Nov. 44. Field Sterilizing Equipment tems , , , , , , Sep. 44. Sinusoidal Machine. 6 Oct. 44. Cassette Changer, Steroscopic, Upright, Magnetically Controlled. Nov. 44. Diathermy Apparatus, Short Wave, Com plete, 110-volt, 60-cycle, tem Nov. 44. nstrument Sterilizer, tem Nov. 44. X-Ray Field Unit Generator, tem Sep. 44. Engine, Handpiece Straight Engine, Handpiece Angle. ORDNANCE 9; Oct. 42. Browning Machine Gun, Caliber.30, M2, Watercooled, and Mounts. C 1, Sep. 43. Browning Light Machine Gun, Cal..30, M1919A6. C 1. E9-206A 13 Apr. 43. German 7.9-mm, Du~l Purpose Machine Gun, MG Oct. 42. Thompson Submachine Gun, Cal..45 M1.Cl.' Jun. 43. Antiaircraft Machine Gun Trainer M Jun. 43. Multiple Caliber.50 Machine Gun, Mount M Jul. 44. Twin Cal. 50 Machine Gun Mount M33 and Multiple Cal..30 Machine Gun Mount M Apr. 43. Machine Gun Mounts for Trucks Dec; 43. Browning Machine Gun, Cal..50, M2, Aircraft, Basic. 72 TM E <l HO 9-2H * Aug. 43. Browning Machine Gun, Ca1iber.50, M2, Watercooled, and Mounts. C 1,2. 1 Jun mm, Automatic Gun M1, and 20-mm, Aircraft Automatic Gun AN-M2. C 1. 6 Sep mm, Automatic Gun, M1 and 20-mm Antiaircraft Gun Mount M2A1. 1 Apr ~cm. Flakvierling 38 (German 20-nim, Antiaircraft Gun, Four-Barreled Mount). 1 Jun mm Automatic Gun M3 (T31). (Errata Sheet). 14 Oct. 43. Machine Gun Mounts for Boats. 28 Jun. 44. Cal..60 Machine Gun, T17E3. 24 Jan mm AA Gun Materiel. 1 Nov mm Aircraft Gun Materiel M4 and M0 (Aircraft). 22 Apr mm Automatic Gun M9. 10 Aug mm Gun T32 and Tripod Mount T9. 3 Aug mm, Gun, M6, Mounted in Combat Vehicles. 17 Jan mm. Automatic Gun M1 (AA) and 40-mm Antiaircraft Gun Carrier. 28 Sep. 4::1. U. S. Rifle, Cal..30, M1903A4 (Snipper's) Characteristics and Operation; and Use of Telescopic Sight. C Mal'. 44. Caliber.22 Rifles, All Types. 21 Sep. 42. Shotguns, all Types. C Jan. 43. Pyrotechnic Projectors, All Types. 15 Jun nch Mortar M3. 27 Sep ;]6--nch, AT Rocket Launch~r MA1. C 1. 8 Nov rom Guns M1 and MK (British) and Carriages lv, MAl, MA2, MA3 and M2. 18 May mm Gun Materiel, M1897 and Modi fications. C Jun mm Gun M1897A4, Mounted in Combat Vehicles. C Mar mm Tank Guns M2 and M3 and Mounts Ml, M34, and M34A1. 29 Jun mm Gun, Materiel M1 (Combat Vehicles). 7 Feb mm Gun M4 and Airplane Mount M6. 16 Nov nun Gun AN-M5 and Aircraft Mount AN-M9. 11 Sept mm Gun M6 and Combination gun; Mount M Jan mm Howitzer M2 and M3 (Mounted in Combat Vehicles). 15 Apr mm Pack Howitzer M1Al and Car riage M8. 21 Jun mm Howitzer Materiel, 6 Jul mm Howitzer MA!, Mounted in t Combat Vehicles. C 1. \ 8 Mal' nch Gun M5 and 3-nch Gun Car riage M1. 25 Mar nch, Gun M7, Mounted in Combat Vehicles. 12 Jan mm Howitzer M4 (Mounted in Combat Vehicles). 19 Aug rom Howitzer M2 and M2A1 and 105-mm Howitzer Carriage M2Al and M2A2 and Combat Vehicle Mounts M3 and M4. German 105-mm Howitzer Materiel. C 1. E9-325A 15 Jun ;! t 1 l f., \, i, 1.1 f \ ' t -,

74 f'... DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES TM ORDNANCE-Continued 9~ Dec mm Howitzer M3 and 105-mm Howitzer Carriage M3 and M3A Mar nch Gun M1 and 4.5-nch Gun Carriage M1. C May 44. lss-mm Howitzer Materiel M1917, M 1918, and Modifications Nov. 43. ls5-mm Howitzer M1 and Carriage M1A Feb. 44. Ammunition Trailer M Sep nch Howitzer Materiel M1. C 1, 2, 3, Nov nch Gun M1 and Carriage M Apr mm Howitzers lv1918m1 and M1918 M1A1, 240-mm Howitzer Carriage M1918A2, and Transport Wagons.M4 and Mf> Jun mm Howitzer, M Jul. 42. ls5-mm Gun Materiel, M1917, M1918, and Modifications. C 1, 2, May S-mm Gun Materiel, M1. C 1,2,3,4, Jan nch Antiaircraft Gun Materiel (Mobile). C 1,2.3. E9-369A 29 Jun. 43. German 88-mm Antiaircraft Gun Materiel Dec mm Antiaircraft Gun Materiel M1 1 and M1A1. C 1, 2, Dec mm Gun and Antiaircraft Gun Mount T2E1. C 1.. * Nov l11m Gun M2 and 90-mm Antiaircraft Mount, M Mar mm Gun M1 and 90-mm Gun Mount T Sep mm Gun M3, Mounted in Combat Vehicles Mar nch Gun M1 and 4.7-nch Antiaircraft Gun Nov. 42. Target Rocket Projector Ml. C 1, fl Oct nch Artillery Rocket Launcher T35 and "5-nch H.E. Rocket M Sep " Aircraft Rocket l\ateriel Mar. 44. Test and Repair of Subl1\arine Mine Cable. C Oct nch Seacoast Gun Materiel, 3-nch (15-PDR.) Gun 1902M1 Mounted on 3-nch (15 PDR.) Barbette Carriage M1902, and 3-nch (15 PDR) Gun M1903 Mounted on 3-nch (l5-pdr.) Barbette Carriage M1903. C Jun nch Seacoast Materiel; Gun M1903 A2 and M1905A2: Barbette Carriages Ml and M Mar nch Seacoast lvlateriel: Gun T2 and Barbette Carriages M3 and M Apr nch Seac~ast Materiel Gun MK, V Mod. 3A2: Barbette Carriage M Oct nch Seacoast Materiel. 12-nch Mortar M1890M1 Mounted on 12-nch Mortar Carriage M1896M1 and M189GMll Aug nch Seacoast Materiel Mortar M 1908, Mounted on 12-nch Carriage M Aug nch Seacoast Materiel: 12-nch Mortar M1912 Mounted on 12-nch Mortar Carriage M1896Mlll Jan. 42. Gun, 8-nch, MK, V, Mod. 3A2 and Mount Railway, Gun, 8-nch M1Al Mar nch Seacoast Gun Materiel, Gun MK, M1, Barbette Carriage M4. C TM * Nov nch Graphical Firing Tables Sep. 43. Graphical Firing Tables Jul. 43. Observation Tower, Ml Feb. 42. Auxiliary Fire Control nstruments (Field Glasses, Eyeglasses, Telescopes and Watch es) Oct. 43. Range Finder M Dec. 43. Generating Units M5 and M Jan. 44. Generating 'Unit M Jul. 43. Generating Unit M Nov. 43. Height Finders, 13Y2-Ft., M1 and M1A Nov. 43. Height Finders M2 and M2Al Feb. 44. Cable System M12 and Off-Carriage Components of the Remote Control System M14 (For 6-in. Barbette Carriages M2 and M4) Jun. 44. A.A. Cable Systems; Cable Repair Kits, All Types; and Voltage Controller Ml., J ul. 43. Stereoscopic Trainers, AU Types and Stereoscopic Tester, M1Al Nov. 43. Director Trainer, M Jan. 44. Directors M7, M7A1B1 and M7A1B2. C Jul. 43. Directors M5 and M5Al Oct. 44. Gun data Computers M8 series Mar. 44. Directors M9, M9A1, M9A2 and M May 43. Basic Half-Track Vehicles (HC) (Personnel Carrier M5, Car M9A1 Multiple Gun Motor Carriage M14 and Similar HC Vehicles) Oct. 42. Scout Car M3Al Feb. 44. Basic Half-Track Vehicles (White, Autocar, and Diamond T) Feb. 43. Heavy Tanks, M6 and M6Al Nov. 43. Light Tank T Jul. 42. Light Tank M Dec. 43. Light Tanks M3A1 M3A Jun. 44. Light Tank, T24, (M24) C 30 Nov. 42. Medium Tank M3A4. Cl A 23 Dec. 43. Medium Tanks M4 and M4Al AA 23 Jun. 44. Medium Tank M4 (76-mm Gun and 10o-mm Howitzer) B 13 Jan. 43. Medium Tank, M4A E 15 Aug. 44. Carriage, Motor, 105-mm Howitzer, M7..' 9-731G 28 Jul nch Gun Motor Carriage MOAl Nov. 43. Light Tanks M5 and M5Al. C A Medium Tank M7., 9-732B 31 Jan mm Howitzer Motor Carriage MS. C 1,2. * Jan. 45. Mine Excavator T5ES Mar. 44. Medium Tank, T May 44. Mine Exploder TEl Jun. 44. Mine Exploder TE Dec. 43. Tank Recovery Vehicles M32, M32Bl, M32B2, :\f32b3, and M32B Aug. 43. Tank Recovery Vehicle T Nov. 42. Armored Car T Dec. 42. Armored Car T17El Jun. 43. Armored Car T18E2. (For British Only). (Errata Sheet) Feb. 44. Light Armored Car M8 and ~rmored Utility CarM20. C 1,.

75 DATE. TTLE AND CHANGE DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES ORDNANCE-Continued TM: Aug. 43. Universal Carrier T Aug. 44.' Carriage, Motor, 105-mm Howitzer, M 7Bl May 42. Medium Tank M3. C 1,2,8. f-750a 25 Nov mm Gun Motor' Carriage M Jan. 44. loo-mm Gun Motor Car:r;iage M12 and Cargo Carrier M30. C 1. \ Nov ni:h Gun Motor Carriage M Sept. 42. Medium Tanks M3A3 and M3A5. C Jan. 4~. Medium Tank M4A4. C 1, f Jul mm Gun 'Motor Carriage T Dec. 43. Medium Tank, M4A Apr mm Gun Motor Carriage T7l Sep. 44. Medium Tank, M4A3, C Dec. 43. Bomb Trailer MS May 43. Lift Truck M Aug. 42. Bomb Service Truck M Aug. 44. Botylb Service Truck M Feb Ton Tank Transporter Truck Trailer M25. C Oct ton Transporter Truck-Trailer, M Jul. 44. Truck Mounted Crane M2 and T~.ailer Clamshell, M ) Jul. 44. Carrier, Cargo, M29, Carrier, Cargo M 29C Jan. 44. Snow Tractor M7; 1-Ton Snow Trailer M Feb. 44. Landing Vehicles, Tracked MK and MK Jun. 44. Landing Vehicle Tracked, MKV LVT (4) May 42. Heavy Tractor Ml. C 1, t B 12 Jun. 42. Tractor, Light Wheeled ndustrial Type Jun. 42. Tractor, Light, Wheeled ndustrial Type (A-C Model B). C 1., 9-78gB 22 Dec. 42. Medium Tractor M1 Allis-Chalmers HD-7W) Feb. 43. Amphibian Tractor T33 (Rqebling). C Nov. 43. Medium Tractor M4 (Allis-Chalmers) Nov. 43. Medium Tractor M5 (HC) A 21 Dec. 42. Heavy Tractor, M1 (Allis-Chalmers HD-10W) Jut 44. Tractor, High-Speed, 38-Ton, M6(Allil- Chalmers). C 1. '-789 Trailer, Mount, M20 (Component of Mount-Trailer, Multiple Caliber.50 Machine Gun, M55) A 15 Dec Ton Trailers (Athey). 9-79GB 15 Dec o-Ton Trailer (Athey) Jan. 43. Armored Trailer, M Aug. 44. Trailer, 4-'J,'on, 2-Wheel, Ammunition, M Aug. 44. Trailer, Ammunition, M23 (8-Ton, 4 Wheel) Aug. 42. Heavy Wrecking Truck Ml (Seriel 1 &: 2) Mar. 44. Heavy Wrecking Truck M1A1 (KeD' worth Model 573 and Ward LaFrance Series 5). ' Oct. 44. Trailer, Bomb, 1-ton, 4-wheel, T53., Apr &: 353. Truck, 2:lh-Ton, 6 x 6, GMC CCKW TM Sep %-Ton Amphibian Truck, x 6, GMC DUKW Feb. 44. l4,-ton, 4 x 4, Truck (Willys-Overland Model MB and Ford Model GPW). E Jun. 44. German Volkswagen Dec h-ton, 4 x 4, Truck (Chevrolet) Feb. 44. V2-Ton, 4x2, Truck (Ford) Dec. 4J{ 2 1 'z-ton, 6 x 6, Truck and 2 1 h to 5-Ton, 6 x 4, Truck (Studebaker Models) US 6 and US 6 x Jan. 44. %.-Ton Truck, 4 x 4 (Dodge) May 43. Truck, 21f2-Ton, 6 x 6, Cab Forwa~d Yellow Truck and Coach) AFK WX Mar. 43. Truck, l%-ton, 6x6 (Fargo) Jan Ton, 6 x 6, Trucks (Diamond T Modell 968A Cargo, 969A Wrecker, 970A Ponton, and 972 Dump.). 11 Mar Ton, 4 x 2; Tractor-Truck C.O.E. (He Models H and H , Marmon Herrington Model H and Kenworth Model H Feb Ton, 6 x 6, Truck (White. Corbitt add Brockway) Mar to 5-Ton, 4 x 4, Tractor-Truck (Autocar) C\odel U-71-44T) Apr to 6-Ton 4 x 4, Ponton Tractor Truck (Autocar Model U8144T) Jan Ton, 6 x 4, Truck (Mack, Model NR) Mar to 5-Ton, 4 x 4, Tractor-Truck (Feberal) Oct %-Ton, 4 x 2, Truck (Federal) X 3 Apr, 43. Driver's Manual, 2J,t-Ton, 4 x 2, Truck, (Federal) (X-Extracted from TM 9-821). * Nov ~-Ton. 4 x 2 Dump Truck (HC K-7) and 37 Passenger Bus (HC K-7 and KS-7) Jul Ton, 4 x 2, Dump and Tractor Trucks, Model KR-ll (RC) Jun. 44. Vehicular General Purpose Unit Equipment Aug. 44. Cleaning, Preserving; Sea~ing, Lubri. cation and Related Materials ssued for Ordnanc:. Material Aug. 44. Targets, Target Material and Training Course Layouts Apr. 44. Airborne Motor Scooter (Cushman Model 53) Oct. 43. Motorcycle, Solo (Harley-Davidson) ) Sept. 42. Generator Trailer M7. C Jun. 43. Trailer, Semi-7-Ton, Stake and Platform (Edwards ron Works) Aug Ton, 2-Wheel Cargo and Water Trailers. C A 22 Apr Ton, Semitrailer, Combination Stake and Platform (Black Diamond) Nov to 6-Ton, 4-Wheel Cargo Trailer (Hobbs). Ct Oct Ton Payload, 10-Ton Gross, 2-Wheel Van Semitrailer Jut Ton Payload, 8-Ton Gross, 2-Wheel (2dt), Stake and Platform 1944 Semitrailer (TraUer Co. of America Truck Engineering Corps. OlOD. Mfi. Co.)

76 '-J!' DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES' ORDNANCE-Continued TM Aug. 44. Semitrailer, 6-ton Payload, 10-ton Gross, 2-wheel, 2000 gal. fuel tank , 22 Apr Ton Payload, 14-Ton Gross, 2 Wheel Stake and Platform Semitrailer and 10-Ton Converter Dolly Feb. 43. Light Cargo Carrier, T May 44. ll-ton Payload, 15-Ton Gross, 2-Wheel (2dt) Van, Semitrailer (Omaha Standard Body Corp. Model F6) Semitrailer, Van, ll-ton Payload, 15-ton Gross, 2-wheel (2dt) (Kentucky). " Nov. 44. ll-ton Payload, 2-Wheel Van Semitrailer (Reliance) Dec. 42. Tractor Crane Trailer, T May 44. nspection of Ordnance Materiel ~ , ' ORDNANCE MANTENANCE 7 Aug. 44. Browning Machine Gun, Caliber.30, All Types, and Ground Mounts. 1 Mar. 42. Browning Automatic Rifle. Cal..30, All Types, 1 Mar. 42. Thompson Submachine Gun, Cal..45, M1928A1. C 1, 2, 3, Mar. 44. AA MachiAe Gun Trainer M9. 1 Jun. 44. Twin Cal..50 Machine Gun Mount M33 and Multiple Cal..50 Machine Gun Mount M Jun mm Automatic Gun Ml and 20-mm Aircraft Automatic Gun AN-M2. C Apr mm Antiaircraft Gun Materiel. 6 Mar mm Automatic Guns, M4, M0 and M9 (Aircraft). 6 Feb mm Antitank Guns M3 and M3Al, and Carriages M4 and M4A1. 10 Mar mm Gun Materiel (Tank), M5 and M6. C1,2. 24 Apr. 42. Gun and Top Carriage of 40-mm, Antiaircraft Gun Materiel M2. 24 Apr. 42. Lower Carriage of 40-mm, Antiair craft Gun Materiel M2. 28 Jan. 42. Mortars, Light Field, and Mounts, All Types. 20 Jan. 44. Rifles, U. S. Cal..30, M1930A4. 6 Nov. 42. U. S. Rifle, Cal..30, M1. C 1. 5 Jun. 43. U.~. Carbine Cal..30, Ml and MA1. 25 Nov. 42. Shotguns, All Types. 18 Mar. 43. Pyrotechnic Projectors, All Types. 13 Mar. 41. Projector, Ground Signal M4. 9 Nov. 42. Pistols and Revolvers. 27 Oct. 41. Gun and Carriage 75-mm, M1897 All Types, and Special Field Artillery Vehicles. 22 May mm Tank Gun Materiel M2 and M3. 17 Nov mm Gun M4 and Airplane Mount M6. ' 13 Apr mm Gun M5 and Airplane Mount M9. 10 Apr mm Pack Howitzer MAl, and Car riage Ml, M3A2, M3A3, and M8., 18 Sep nch Gun M5 and Carriage M1. 28 Dec nch Gun M7 and Mount MS. 21 Sep mm, Howitzers M2 and M2Al; Car riages M2Al and M2A2; and Combat Vehicle Mounts M3 and M4. ' 20 Jan mm Howitzer M3 and Howitzer Carriages M3 and M3Al. C TM A 9-1:t41B A B A B Jul mm Howitzers M1917A1, M191'1AJ and M1918 and Carriages M1917A4 and M1918A3. ' 31 Jan mm Howitzer Ml, 4.5-nch Gun Ml and Carriages Ml and MA1. C,1,2. 22 Dec. 43. Stabilizers. 6 May mm, Howitzer Ml and Carriage Ml; 8-nch Gun Ml and Carriage M2. 15 MaT. 44. Transport Wagons MA1, M2A1, and M3Al for 240-mm Howitzer and 8-nch Gun Materiel Ml. ' 15 Jul mm Guns, M1917, M1917Al, and M1918Ml Carriages, M1917, M1917Al, M91S,' M1918Al, M2 and M3 Limbers, M1917, M1918, M1918Al, and M3. 15 Jul mm Guns Ml and MAl and Car riage Ml; 8-nch Howitzer Ml and Carriage Ml; Heavy Carriage Limber M2. 31 May nch AA Gun Materiel, M2A2, M2Al. MA2, MAl, TA2 and TAl. 30 Sep mm, Gun Ml and Mounts M1 and MA Gun and Upper Carriage. C 1,2. 30 Sep mm Gun Ml and Mounts M1 and MAl, Lower Carriage. 4 Mar mm Gun M2 and AA Mount M2. ' 20 Dec. 43. Combination Fuze Setter-Rammer M20 and Torque Amplifier (For 90-mmGun Mount M2). 30 Sep Feb. 44. Mount M1. 4 Apr Aug mm Gun Ml and Mount M mm Gun Ml and Antiaircraft Angle of Site nstrument, M Gunner's Quadrant Ml and M Aug. 41. Aiming Circle Ml, M1918 (French)'. M1916, and M1916M1. 12 Sept. 41. Sights M4, M3, M2A3, M2Al, M2 (60-mm & 81-mm Materiel); Sights M2A3, M2Al, M2 (For 81-mm Mortar Materiel Turned n:) Aug. 43. Telescope M31 and Telescope Mount M Mar. 44. Telescope Mount M30 (For 240-mm Howitzer Carriage Ml and 8-nch Gun Carriage M2) Dec. 43. Telescope Mount M44 (For 76-1J]1 Howitzer Motor Carriage M8). C Jul. 42. Telescope Mount M25 (For 4.5-nch Gun Carriage Ml and 155-mm) Nov. 41. Mount, Telescope M16 Quadrant, Range, M3 Telescope, Elbow, M Oct. 41. Moun, Telescope Ml, Panoramic Telescope M Nov. 41. Mount, Telescope M15A1, Quadrant, Range M May 41. Sight, M1901 (French) May 42. Telescope Mount M21 and M23, Panoramic Telescope M5A3 (M2Al) Range Quadrant M4, Telescope Mount M23, Elbow Telescope -Ml6. and nstrument Light M Nov. 41. Mount,,Telescope M22, etc Nov. 41. Mount, Telescope, MM Moun~ Quadrant, Ml; Telescope, Pimoramic M5A Jul. 42. Mount, Telescope M6A Aug. 41. Quadrant Sight; M1917, M1917A::. M198, and M1918Al;., Jun. 44. Observation TelescopesM48 and M49.,

77 .... DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES 4 DATE, TT,E AND CH.o\.NGES ORDNANCE-Continued ORDNANCE MANTENANCE-CclDtlnued TM Oct. 41. Quadrant, Elevation M May 42: Plotting Boards for FA May 42. Plotting Boards for Seacoast Artillery. C Oct. 41. Telescope M6 and Telescope Mount M Apr. 42. Battery Commander's Telesc.pe,.M1915A Oct. 41. Telescopic Sights M1 and T Aug. 42. Telescope M8, Panoramic Jan. 42. Telescopes, Panoramic, M1917Ml, M2A1, M3A1, M4, M5A2, M5A3, M5A4, M5A5, M5A6, M Jun. 42. Telescope, Panoramic M12, M12Al, M12A2 and M12A May 41. Range Finders, All Types Jul. 41. Setters, Fuze, Bracket, M1916, Series, Setters, Fuze, Hand, M1912, M1913 Series Jun. 43. Fuze Setters M14, M15, M16 and M Jul. 41. Prosmatic Compass Aug: 42. Compass M Aug. 42. Direct Fire Telescope for 3-nch and 90-mm Antiaircraft Guns Feb. 41. Set, Control, Equipment, M1 Automatic Gun, AA, M Jun. 41. Sighting System M2, with Telescope, M7, for 37-mm Antiaircraft Gun. C Jut 43. Sighting Systems M5 and M Oct. 44. Periscopes, Direct Sighting Telescopes, and Elbow Telescopes for Tanks, Motor Carriages, Field Artillery and AA. Artillery Jul. 41. nstrument, Flank Spotting Ml, and Rule, Flank Spotting M Jul. 42. Field Glass, Type EE Aug. 43. Generating Units M5 and M n Oct. 43. Generating Unit M Dec. 44. Desiccation and Charging of Heig-ht Finders Nov. 43. Height Finders, 13~-Ft, M1 and MA Sept 44. Height Finder M Feb. ~1. Fuze Setter, M8.. C Sept 41. Setter Fuze, M Oct. 41. Fuze Setter, T15 (M3) Sept 42. Remote Control System M Aug. 42..Remote Control Systems M1 and M5. C 1,f Jun. 43. Gun Data Computer M Oct. 43. Cable Systems M1 and M Sept 41. Director, M , Jan. 42. Data Transmission System, M3. C Oct. 42. Data Transmission System M6 (For 90-mm A!ltiaircraft Gun Mount ML) Jan. 42. Director, M4. C ' 15 Jan. 41. Data Tra'nsmission System, M4. C 1, f Ju. 42. Director M7. C 1, 2, 9,4, May 44.. Directors M5, M5A1, and M Oct. 40. Sound, Locator, M Apr. 41. clusive. Sound Locator, M1A1 to MA8 n TM 9-: Jul. 41. Binaural Training nstruments, M1 and M Mar. 43. Antiaircraft Battery Commander's Observation nstrument M1. *9-669B 25 Oct. 44. Gun Data Computers M8 Series: Wiring Diagrams A 13 Ju. 44. Directors M9, M9A1, M9A2, and M0: General Maintenance and Computers, M3, M3A1, M3A2, and M B 13 Jul. 44. Directors, M9, M9A1, M9A2, and M0: Power Unit, M8, Tracker, M2, and Altitude Converter, M C 1.Tu. 44. Direc.tors M9, M9A1, and M0: Wiring Diagrams D 20 May 44. Director M9A2, Wiring Diagrams Feb. 44. Electrical Testing Apparatus' for Fire Control Equipment Aug. 42. Telescope Mount M Sept 41. nstrument Azimuth M1910 and M 1910Al (Degrees) Jul. 44. Remote Control System M15 (For 40 mm Gun, Carriages M2, M2Al) Jun. 42. Azimuth nstrument, M1918, and M1918A Oct. 41. Depression Position Finder M1907, Nov. 41. Depression Position Finder M Aug. 42. Power Train for Scout Car M3Al C 17 Dec. 42. Diesel Power Plant for Scout Car M3Al (Hercules D.JXD Engine) Sept 42. Hercules JXD Gasoline Engine for Scout Cars A 10 Dec. 43. Engine, Engine Accessories, and Electrical Systems for Basic. Half-Track Vehicle 76 (HC) (Personnel Carriers M5 and M5Al Car M9Al, Multiple Gun Motor Carriages M14 and M17, and Similar HC Vehicles) B 11 Dec. 43. Power Train, Body and Chassis for Basic Half-Track Vehicle (HC) (Personnel Carriers 1\15 and M5Al, Car M9Al, Multiple Gun Motor Carriages M14 and M17, and Similar HC Vehicles Sept 42. Chass;s and Body of Scout Car M3A Ju. 42. Power Train (Axles, Transmission, and Propeller Shaft) for Half-Track Vehicles B 26 Nov. 42. White 60AX Engine, Half-Track Vehicles C 11 Sept 42. Chassis and Body for Half-Track Vehicles Jan. 42. White, 160AX Engine, Half-Track Vehicles A 6 Aug. 43. Light Tank T9 E1.(Engine and Engine Accessories) B 29 Jan. 44. Power Train, Hull Turret, Suspension, and Tracks for Light Tank T9E Jan. 44. Ordnance Engine Model R 975-C4 (Continental) A 14 Oct. 42. Generating, Starting and gnition Systems for Light Tanks M3 and Modifications B 14 Nov. 42. Tracks, Suspension, Turret, Hull and Related Components, Light Tank M C 20 Mar. 42. Continental Engine, Model W670-9A F 18 Sept 42. Fuel and Lubrication Systems for Light Tanks M3 andm3a Apr. 42. Guberson Engine, Model THf20. C 1.

78 NlJMBER DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES NlJMBER DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES ORDNANCE-Continued ORDNANCE MANTENANCE-Contlnue41 TM B 4 Jan. 43. Engine Cooling, Engine Electrical and Engine Fuel Systems for Light Tank M5 and 75 mm owitzer Motor Carriage M C 5 Feb. 43. Hydra-Matic Transmission and Propeller Shafts for Light Tanks, M5, M5Al, and 76 mm Howitl':er Motor Carriage M D 28 Apr. 43. Transfer Unit for Light Tanks M5, M5A1 and 75-mm Howitzer Motor Carriage, MS E 25 Jun. 43. Differential Final Drive, Track Sus~ pension for Light Tanks, M5 and M5Al and 75 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M F 4 Jun. 43. Auxiliary Generator Electrical System and nstruments for Light Tanks M5, M5A, and 75-mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M G 3 Aug. 43. Hull, Turret, Gun Mounts, and Equipment for Light Tanks M5, M5Al and 75-mm HowitzerMotor Carriage MS K 30 Apr. 43. Hydraulic Traversing Mechanism for Light Tank M5 (Oil gear) Apr. 42. Power Train for Light Tanks M3 and M3Al. C 1. *9-1729A 28 Nov. 44. Light Tanks, M5, M5Al, and M24, 75-mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M8, and Twin 40 mm Gun Motor Carriage M19: Engines, Cooling Systems, and Fuel Systems Aug. 42. Breeze Cartridge Starter for Radial Diesel Engines B 15 Jul. 43. Ford Tank Engine, Model GAA, V C 23 Aug. 43. Accessories for Tank Engine, Model GAA, V-8 (Ford). g-1731e 15 Jan. 43. Electric Traversing Mechanism for Medium Tanks M4 and Modifications.' F 6 May 43. Hydraulic Turret Traversing Mechanism (Logansport) for Medium Tank M4 and Modification G S May 43. Hydraulic Traversing Mechanism (Oil gear) for Medium Tanks M4 and Modifications K 18 May 43. Auxiliary Generator (Homelite Model HRUH-28) For Medium Tanks M4 and Modifications A 21 Sep. 42. Engine, Exhaust System and gnition System for Light Tank M5 and 75-mm Howitzer Motor C~rriage M A 5 Aug. 44. Electric Drive Equipment for Medium Tank, T23., A 1 Oct. 43. Power Plant for Armored Car T17El (Chevrolet) C 18 Oct. 43. Chassis, Hull' and Turret for Armored Car T17El (Chevrolet) Oct. 43. Armored Car, M8 and Armored Utility Car, 1\'[ A 30 Aug. 44. Carrier, Universal, Tl6-Engine and Engine Accessories B 31 Aug. 44. Carrier, Universal, Tl6-Power Train, Tracks, and Suspension Mar. 42. Power Train Unit, Three-piece Differential Case for Medium Tanks, M3, M4 and Modifications Aug. 43. Power Train for Medium Tanks, M3, M4 and Modifications C 19 May 44. Magnetos (American Bosch MJT 7A302, MFT 9A304, and MJT 9A306). TM (, t-1750d 12 Aug. 42. Accessories for Wright R976-EC2 Engines for Medium Tanks M3 and M4.\ E 25 Sept. 42. Guiberson Diesel T1400 Engine, Series 3, for Medium Tanks M3 and M4 and Related Gun Motor Carriage F 6 Apr. 48. Power Unit for Medium Tanks M8A4 and M4A G 1 Sept. 42. General Motors Twin Diesel 6-71 Power Plant for Medium Tanks M3A3, M3A5 and M4A J 12 May 43. Engine Accessories for Medium Tanks, M3A4, and M4A K 17 Nov. 43. Tracks and Suspension, Turret and Hull for Medium Tank M4 and Modification L 9 Dec. 43. Hull and Turret, Electrical Systems, Tracks and Suspension for 3-lnch Gun Motor Carriages M0 and M0Al Apr Cylinder, Radial, Gasoline Engine, (Continental Model R975-Cl) Aug. 41. Heater Generator for Tank, Medium M A 5 Oct. 43 Power Train for 76-mm Gun Motor Carriage T B 29 Jan. 44. Tracks, Suspension Hull, Turret, and, Related Components for 76-mm Gun Motor Garriage T70. :..g-1756a 9 Dec. 43. Ordnance Engine Model RD 1820 (Caterpillar) (Medium Tank, M4A6) A 15 Dec. 42. Axles, Propeller Shafts and Wheels for Bomb Service Truck M6 (Chevrolet) B 25 Feb. 43. Engine Power Train, Braking and Steering Systems for Bomb Service Truck M6 (Chevrolet) A 18 Dec. 43. Engine and Engine Accessories for Tractor M26, Component of 40-Ton Tank Transporter Trailer Truck M B 27 Dec. 43. Power Train for TraCtor Truck M26, Component of 4D-Ton Tank Transporter Trailer Truck M C 5 Jan. 44. Body, Chassis, and Winches for Tractor Truck M26, Component of 40-Ton Tank Transporter Trailer Truck M E 17 Feb. 44. Semitrailer M15, Component of 40 Ton Tank Transporter Trailer Truck M A 2 J ul. 43. Engine and Engine Accessories for Light Cargo Carrier T B 2 July 43. Power Train, Suspension System. Hull and Hull Electrical System fo'r Light Cargo Carrier T Sep. 42. Heavy Tractor Ml, Caterpillar D Apr. 44. Snow Tractor M7 & -Ton Snow Trailer M~~ Feb. 44. Glutch, Power Take-Off, Bilge Pump, Tracks and Suspension and Hull for Landing Vehicles Tracked (Unarmored) MK (LVT) (2), (Armored) with Turret MK (LVT (A) (1) A 12 Dec. 42. Heavy Tractor Ml (HC TD-18) Engine B 18 Feb. 43. Heavy Tractor, Ml (HC TD-18) Diesel Engine Accessories C 25 Feb. 43. Heavy Tractor, Ml (HC TD-18) Power Train, Track Frame Assembly, and Seats D 16 Apr. 4S. Heavy Tractor Ml. (RC TD-18) Equipment A 9 Jan. 4S. Medium Tractor, Ml (Allis-Chalmers HD-7W) Diesel Engine, (GM 3-71 RC 14). 77

79 .r / > DATE. TT,E AND CHANGES DATE. TTLE AND CJlANGES ORDNANCE-Continued ORDNANCE MANTENANCE-Continued r~, TM f)-1783b 18 Jun. 43. Medium Tractor M1 (AC-HD-7W) Engine Accessories. 1)-1783C 26 Jul. 43. Medium Tractor M1 (Allis-Chalmers HD-7W) Oct.43. Vehicle, Landing, Tracked (Unarmored) MK LVT (1). 1)-1785A 27 Mar. 44. Engine, Engine Accessories, and Torque Converter for 18-Ton M4 and 38-'-Ton M6 High Speed Tractors B 4 Apr. 44. Power Train, Suspension, and Equipment for 18-'1'00 High Speed Tractor M A 15 Jan. 44. E~gine, Engine Accessories,' Clutch Group, and PropeHer Shaft for 13-Ton High-Speed Tractor M5. 9:"1786B 25 Feb. 44. Power Train, Track Suspension, and Equipment for 13-Ton High-Speed Tractor M A 6 "<'eb.' 43. Heavy Tractor M1 (Allis-Chalmers) (HD-10W Engine). 9'-1787B 3 Apr. 43. Heavy Tractor, M1 (Allis-Chalmers HD-10W) Engine Accessol'ies C 18 Aug. 43. Heavy Tractor Ml (Allis-Chalmers HD-0W) Power Train, Frame Assembly and Seats D 4 Jun. 43. Heavy Tractor M1 (Allis-Chalmers HD-OW) Equipment Sept. 44. Tractor, High-speed 38-Ton, M6 Power Train, Suspension, Body, and Equipment A 30 Nov Ton and 20-Ton 1'railet (Athey) A 25 Sep. 42. Power Train for Heavy Wrecker Ml Series 2 (Axles, Transmission, Wheel and Tires) B 23 Jan. 43. Engine for Heavy Wrecking Truck Ml C 27 Jan. 43. Crane and Winches, Heavy. Wrecking Truck, Ml, (Ward LaFrance) (Kenworth) D 27 Jan. 43. Body and 'Chassis for Heavy Wrecking Truck, M1, Apr. 44. Crane for Heavy Wrecking Truck MA1, (Ward LaFrance and Kenworth) Apr. 43. Fire Extinguishers Mar Power Train, Chassis, and Bodies for 2Y2-Ton, 6 x 6 Truck (GMC, CCKW-353 and 352). 1)-1802A 15 Jul. 43. Power Plant for 2Y2-Ton Amphibian Truck, 6 x 6 (GMC-DUKW-353 & 2lh~Ton Truck, 6x6 (GMC) B 23 Nov. 43. Power Train for 2V2-Ton Amphibian Truck,6x6 (GMC-DUKW...:.353) C 21 Dec. 43. Hull and Water Drive for 2%-Ton Truck, 6 x 6 Amphibian (GMC-DUKW-353). 1)-1803A 24 Feb. 44. Engine and Engine Accessories for l,{-ton 4x4 Truck (Willys-Overland Model MB and Ford Model GPW). 1)-1803B 8 Apr. 44.~ower Train, Body, and Frame for. "4-:J'on, 4 x 4 Truck (Wi!lys-Overland Model MB and Ford Model GPW) A 12 May 44. Engine and Engine Accessories for 11/2-Ton, 4x2 Truck (Ford) B 24 Jul. 44. Power,Train and Chassis for lh-ton, 4 x 2 Truck (Ford) 1)-1807,17 Mar. 44. Power Train, Chassis, and Body for 2Y2-Ton, 6 x l;i Truck and to 5-Ton, 6 x 4 Truck (Studebaker Models US6and US6 x 4). ''M A 3 Sept. 43. Power Plant, Clutch, and Electrical System for Basic Vehicles, %-Ton, 4 x 4, and llh Ton, 6 x 6 (Dodge) B 17 Nov. 43. Power Train, Chassis and Body for Basic Vehicles, %-Ton, 4 x 4, and '!-V2-Ton, 6 x 6 (Dodge) Feb. 44.,Power Train, Chassis, Bodies, and 78 Equipment for 4- Ton, 6 x 6 Thuck (Diamond '1' Models 968A, 969A, 970A and 972) May Ton, 4 x 2, Tractor Truck, C.O.E. (.H.C. Models H542-9 & Marmon-Herrington Model and Kenworth Model ) A 5 Apr. 44. Engine, Engine Accessories, Clutch, And Transmission for 2 1 /2- to 4-Ton, 4 x 4, Truck (Four Wheel Drive-Model HAR-1) B 7' Mar. 44. Power Train, Chassis and BodY for 2Y2-Ton to 4-Ton, 4 x 4 Truck (Model HAR) Four Wheel Drive Apr. 44. Power, Train, Chassis, and Body for 4- to 5-Ton, 4 x 4 Tractor Truck. (Autocar and Federal) Apr. 44. Power Train, Chassis and Body 5- to 6-Ton, 4 x 4, Ponton Tractor Truck (Autocar) A 18 Apr Engine and Accessories fw 10-Ton, Gx'4, Truck (Mack) B 7 Jun. 44. Power Train, Chassis and Body for 10 Ton Truck, 6 x 4 (Mack) Mar. 44. Power Train, Axles, Bodies, and Frame for 2V2-Ton, 4 x 2 Dump Truck (Federal) Sept. 44. Truck, 5-Ton, 4 x 2, Dump A 12 Jan. 44. Electrical Equipment (Delco-Remy) B 20 Jan. 44. Electrical Equipment (Auto-Lite) A 11 Feb. 44. Carburetors (Carter) B 1 Apr. 44. Carburetors (Stromberg). 9-Hl26C 15 May 44.. Carburetors (Zenith) A 21 Dec. 43. Power Brake Systems (Bendix-Westinghouse) B 1 May 44. Vacuum Brake System (Bendix BK) C 21 Jan. 44. Hydraulic Brakes (Wagner-Lockheed) A 15 Apr. 44. Speedometers, Tachometers and Recorders A 17 May 44. Hercules Engines (SerieS" JX Model B, C, D, E-3, F and CB-JXD; Series HX Models C and D; Series RX Models Band C; Series WXL Models C and C-3) Dec. 42. Star-Gaging' Equipment, mpression Outfits, and Pressure Gages. C Mar. 44. Maintenance of Bomb Disposal Equipment for Access and Sterilization May 44. Tire Repair and Retread. C Mar. 44. Motorcycle, Solo (Harley-Davidson, Model WLA) A 19 Sept. 43. Engine, Engine Accessories and Clutch for Light Cargo Carrier Model B 25 Aug. 43. Power Train, Suspension System, Hull and Hull Electrical System for Light Cargo Carrier Model '1' Jul. 42. Ammunition, General. C June 44. Artillery Ammunition Mar. 44. Ammunition nspection Guide Sept. 44. Ballistic data, Performance of Ammunition Jun. 42. Bombs for Aircraft.

80 .. -F-, G ~ t! DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES ORDNANCE-Contihued ORDNANCE HANTENANCE-CoDtl_ed TM Jul. 43. Land Mines. C Dec. 43. Military Pyrotechnics Oct. 43. Grenades, Hand and Rifle May 42. Small Arms Ammunition. C 1, l, Oct. 43. Small Arms, Light Field Mortars and 20-mm Aircraft Guns Jul. 42. nstruction Guide, Small Arms Accident Malfunctions, and Their Causes Feb. 44. Standard Artillery and Fire Control Materiel Mar. 42. nstruction Guide Plotting Board, M1918A Jun. 41. nstruction Guide, Telescope T Jan. 42. nstrument Repairman, General nformation Feb. 41. nstruction Guide, Generating Unit, M Apr. 42. nstruction Guide, Generating Unit, M Apr. 42. nstruction Guide, Generating Unit, M Nov. 40. nstruction Guide, Height Finder, M1. C May 41. nstruction Guide, Fuze Setter T15 (For 90-mm AA Gun Ml) Aug. 42. nstruction Guide, Remote Control System M2. C Mar. 43. nstruction Guide, Gun Data Computer, M Mar. 41. nstruction Guide, Stereoscopic Tester MA Dec. 40. nstruction Guide, Director, M4. C Oct. 40. nstru<;iion Guide, Sound Locator, M Aug. 41. nstruction Guide, Telescope Mount, M20; Panoramic Telescope, M8; Elevation Quadrant, M Jul. 41. nstruction Guide, Azimuth nstrument, M1918A Ju. 41. nstruction Guide, Plotting Boards, M3 and M Jan. 41. nstruction Guide, Spotting Board, M Jul. 41. nstruction Guide, Plotting Board, M Mar. 42. nstruction Guide. Sound Ranging Plotting Board, M1. 9-, March 44. Standard Military Vehicles Oct. 43. Motor Vehicle nspections and Preven-, tions and Preventive Maintenance Services Jun. 43. Welding Theory and Application. ' Jan. 44. Preparation of Ordnance Materiel for Deep Water Fording Jan. 44. Repair of Slide Fasteners (nstruction Guide). C Sep. 40. Military Explosives. QUARTERMASTER Oct. 44. Mess Management and Training. C Sep. 40. nspection of Subsistence Supplies May 44. Sales Commissary Operation Aug. 40. nspection of Textiles. C Jan. 41. Classification, Processing, and nspec tion of Leather and Leather Equipment. f' TM Jut 43. Depot Company Supply Jun. 44. Quartermaster Handbook, Service Com. pany Oct. 40. Storage and ssue. C Mar. 43. Quartermaster Salvage, Theater of Operations Nov. 43. Quartermaster Handbook, (Tentative), Salvage Repair Company Quartermaster Handbook, Salvage Collecting Company. ' Oct. 44. Principles of Cold Weather Clothin~ and Equipment Aug. 40. Agent Officers. C Sep. 42. Operating nstructions and Part. Lists, Mobile Laundry Unit W-950-QM Mar. 43. Quartermaster Handbook, Laundry Company. * Dec. 44. Quartermaster Fixed Laundry Procedure Oct. 44. Quartermaster Base Depot Company Apr. 41. Rail Transportation-Zone of the nterior Nov Quartermaster Handbook Railhead Company (Tentative). C Feb. 41. Water Transportation Feb. 41. Operation51 of Remount Breeding Service. C Dec. 41. Remount Jul. 43. War Dogs. * Nov. 44. Stoves, Ranges, Ovens, and Cooking Outfits Apr. 42. The Army Cook. C 1,, l Nov. 43. Cooking Dehydrated Foods. Cl Ju!. 43. Cutting of Beef Jul. 43. Cutting and Preparing of Lamb Jul. 42. Army Baker. C 1, Oct. 43. Baking Manual for the Army Cook Aug. 44. Army Recipes. D Jul. 44. Unit Mea~ Supply Mar. 43. Quartermaster Handbook. Bakery Company Apr. 43. Emergency Food Plants and Poisonoul Plants of the slands of the Pacific. 10-: Mar. 42. The Saddler Nov. 41. The Machinist Nov. 41. Sheet Metal Work, Body, Fender, and Radiator Repain Mar. 42. The Body Finisher, Woodworker, Up. holsterer, Painter, and Glassworker Ju. 43. Quartermaster Handbook, Car Company Dee. 43. Quartermaster Handbook, Truck Company Oct. 40. The Motor Vehicle Sep. 42. The Motorcycle Dee: 40. Fuels'and Carburetion. Cl May 41. Chassis, Body, and Trailer Units. C Mar. 41. Automotive Brakes Jan. 41. Automotive Electricity. C 1, ', !> 10 Apr. 41. Automotive Power Transmission Units May 41. Hand, Measuring, and Power Tools., 1!! \... it._------liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiliiiiliiiiiilii~~~;::::=:==========--~~~, t._" '.

81 NUltlBER DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES NlTMBER DATE. TTJ,E AND CHANGES QUARTERMASTER-Continued TM 1H0 12 Jun. 43. Refrigeration. C Nov. 43. Quartermaster Handbook, Refrigeration Company, (Tentative) Sep. 41. Graves Registration. C 1, Dec. 42. Quartermaster Sterilization Company (Tentative). lh41 14 Nov. 42. Operating nstructions and Spare Parts Manual for Model MSB U.S,Q, M,C. Mobile Sterilization-Bath Unit U. S. Government Semitrailer Mounted Oct. 44. Fumigation and Bath Company (Q,M.) Oct. 41. Parts Price List, Special Model, GP 14 Ton 80" Wheelbase, 4-Wheel Drive 4 x 4, Ford. C Oct. 41. Maintenance Manual for Truck, Ford, 1,i-Ton, 4 x 4, C Aug. 41. Parts List for Willys Truck, Model MA, l,i-ton, 4 x 4. C Jul. 41. Parts Book, Model CCKWX-353, 1) x 6, General Motors Truck. C Jul. 41. Parts List, Truck, 4-5-Ton, 4 x 4, Coe, Federal (Model 94 x 43) Aug. 41. Parts Price List, Truck, 6-Ton, 6 x 6, Corbitt. C Oct. 41. Maintenance Manual and Parts List; Semitrailer, 2-Wheel, Trailmobile Jul. 41. Parts List and llustrations, nternational, 2 1 h-ton, 4 x 2, Truck, Model K Jul. 41. Operation and Maintenance Manual, nternational, 2 %-Ton, 4 x 2, Truck, Model K Sept. 41. Parts List 4-5-Ton, 4 x 4, Tractor Truck, The Autocar' Company Sep. 41. Maintenance Manual, Tractor Truck, o/t;-ton, 4 x 4, Autocar (Model U-7144-T) Sep. 41. Parts List, 5-6-Ton, 4 x 4, Ponton Trac tor-truck Sep. 41. Maintenance Manual 5-6-Ton, 4 x 4, Ponton Tractor-Truck Jul. 41. Parts List, Truck, liz-ton, 4 x 4, Dodge. 1Q Jul. 41. Parts List, Truck, 1;2-Ton, 4 x,4, Dodge. C Jut 41. Maintenance Manual, Dodge Trucks, 112_ Ton, 4 x 4. C Oct. 41. Maintenance Manual, Car, 5 Passenger, Chevrolet (BG) Dec. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck, l1/z-ton (LC), 4 x 4, Chevrolet Oct. 41. Chevrolet Parts Price List 1942, Left Hand Drive, Car, Four Door Sedans Oct. 41. Maintenance Manual Chevrolet Passenger Car Aug. 41. Maintenance Manual Book of Parts,.Truck, and Price List (GMC Model AFKX-352) (U.S.A. Registration Numbers: W to W Feb. 42. Maintenance Manual, Truck, 11h-Ton, 4 x 2, Ford Aug. 41. Parts List and llustrations, nterna, tional K-7, 4 x 2, Truck Aug. 41. Operation and Maintenance Manual (nternational Model K-7, 4 x 2, Truck) Jul. 41. Parts List and llustrations, nternational 6-Ton, 4 x 2, Truck. TM Jul. 41. Operation and Maintenance Manual, nternational 5-Ton, 4 x 2, Truck, Model KR Aug. 41. Parts List, Truck, 2% - Ton, 6 x 6, GMC. C Aug. 41. 'nstruction Manual for Plymouth Can (Code PH) Aug. 41. Plymouth Passenger Car Parts List (Model P11) Aug. 41. Maintenance Manual 5-Passenger Sedan, Plymouth N o~: 41. Parts List, Truck, ~6-Ton, 4 x 4, Dodge Sep. 41. Maihtenance Manual, Truck, Yz-Ton. 4 x 4, Dodge Aug. 41. Parts Catalog, Model 50SD6, Prime Mover, 6-Ton, 6 x 6 Corbitt Sep. 41. Combined lvlaintenance Manual and Parts List, Trailer, 6-Ton, 2-Wheel, Winter Weiss Jul. 41. Parts List, Truck, 21/z-Ton (LC) 4 x 2, nternational. C 1, Jul. 41. Operation and Maintenance Manual, ntel'llational, 216-Ton, 4 x 2 Truck, Model K Sept. 41. Dodge Truck T-203, Parts List, 1% Ton Models Sep. 41. nstruction Manual Dodge Trucks Built for United States Army. ' Sep. 41. Parts List, Truck, lh-ton, 4x4, Dodge Sep. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck, lh-ton, 4 x 4, Dodge Sep. 41. Parts List, Truck, 6-Ton, 6 x 6, Mack Sep. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck, 6-Ton, '6 x 6, Mack Sep. 41. Parts List, Mack, Model NB Sep. 41. Maintenance Manual Model NB, Mack Oct. 41. Mack Model EES Parts List, Truck, 2%-Ton, 4 x Oct. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck, 2Yz-Ton, 4 x 2, Mack (Model EES) Sep. 41. nstruction Manual, Dodge Trucks, l%-ton Sep. 41. Parts List, Truck, h-ton, 4.x 4, Dodge Sep. 41. nstruction Manual, Dodge Trucks Jut 41. Parts List, Dodge Truck, T-207, % Ton, 4 x Aug. 41. Dodge Truck, T-211, Parts List Jul. 41. nstruction Manual Dodge Trucks, %-Ton, 4 x 4, Chassis Built for U. S. Army. C Aug. 41. Parts Book, Bantam, Mode,l BRC. 4 x 4, 14_Ton, Reconnaissance and Command Trucks. C Aug. 41. Maintenance Manual, Bantam, Model BRC, 4 x 4, 14-Ton. C '8 Aug. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck, h-ton, 4x 4, Dodge Sep. 41. nstruction Manual Dodge Trucks. Built for U. S. Army Jul. 42. Operation and Maintenance Manual and Parts List. Carter Trailers Built for U. S. Army, 6-Ton, Semitrailer, Two-Wheel (2DT) Textile Repair Equipment Van Oct. 41. Parts List, Truck, 1 1 h to 3-Ton; 4 x 4, GMC Dec. 41. Maintenance Manual, True).;:, 1 Yz- 3 Ton, 4 x 4.

82 D'"TE, TTLE AND CH."-NGES _-.:-_---~---- -~ :--._----- QUARTERMASTER-Continned TM Sept. 41. Book of Parts-Model AFKX-352, Truck Chassis Sept. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck 1%- 3 Ton, 4:x 4, 'GMC. ' Sept. 41. GMC, Model ACKWX-353. C Sept. 41. Maintenance Manual, GMC, Model ACKWX-'353. Truck Chassis Aug. 42. Combined Maintenance Manual and Parts List-Tank Transporter Trailer, Model CPT 45 SP Jan. 42. Parts Price,List, Truck, %-Ton (LC), 4 x 2, Chevrolet Job, 21G Nov. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck, %-Ton (LC), 4 x 2, Chevrolet Jul. 42. Maintenance Manual, 6 x 4, Transporter, Diamond T. Motor Car Co Oct. 41. Maintenance Manual, Trucks, llh 3 e Ton, 4 x 4, GMC.. 10-le68 3 Oct. 41. Parts List Truck, 2lh-Ton, 6 x 6, GMC Oct. 41. ndian Motorcycle Parts List, Military Model, Oct. 41. ndian Motorcycle, Military Model, 640, Operators Manual of Care and Maintenance Oct. 41. ndian Motorcycle Parts List, Military Model May 43 American Bantam, Parts List and Maintenance Manual Oct. 41. Military Parts List, Model 340, ndian Motorcycle :3 Oct. 41. ndian Military Motorcycle, Model 340, Manual of Care and Maintenance. " Oct. 41. Parts List, Motorcycle, Solo, Harley Davidson Oct. 42. Operation and Maintenance Manual, Motorcycle, Model 42XA-Solo (Shaft Drive) Contract Number W-398-QM Oct. 41. Combined Maintenance Manual and Parts List, Semitrailers, Fruehauf (Model 200-S) Oct. 41. Chevrolet Car 1941 Shop Manual Oct. 41. ger Cars. Chevrolet Shop Manual, 1941 Passen ' 1O~ Oct. 41. Chevrolet Shop Manual, 1941 Trucks Oct. 41. Chevrolet Parts Price List, Truck 72 Ton, 4 x Dec. 43. Maintenance Manual and Parts List, Semitrailer - 2-Wheel (2DT), 10-Ton Gross Refrigerator Trailmobile, Model TD OCt. 41. Chevrolet Parts List, Truck lh -Ton Series, 4 x Oct. 41. Chevrolet Parts Price List, Truck 1711 Ton, Series C Oct. 41. Chevrolet Car Master Parts Price List Jul. 42. Semitrailer, 2-Wheel (2DT), Shoe Repair Van and 10-Ton Gross Van Oct. 41. Parts List, Tractor-Truck, 4x Mar. 42. Maintenance Manual, Chevrolet 1711 Ton (LC), 4 x 2,Truck Cab over Engine Nov. 41. Combined Maintenance Manual and Parts List, Trailers' Tank Transporter and Recovery, Rogers Nov. 41. Maintenance Manual, Model LM-SW, 6 x 4, Truck-Chassis Serial No's. LM 2D 1236 to 1416-Contract DA-W-398-QM-77. DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES TM Nov. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck, llh-l'on, 4x 2, Ford Mar. 42. Parts Price List, Truck, llh-ton (LC), 4 x 2, Chevrolet. ' i Mar. 42. Maintenance Manual, Truck, l%-ton (LC), 4 x 2, Chevrolet fl Jul. 41 Parts List, Truck, 2lh-Ton (LC), 4 x 2, nternational Jul. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck, 2%-Ton (LC), 4 x 2, nternational Mar. 43. Spare Parts List for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles and Sidecars Nov. 41. Spare Parts List for Harley-Davidson Motorcydes Solo Only Feb. 43. Parts List and Maintenance Manual for 6-Ton, 2-Wheel Hobbs,Trailers Nov. 41. Parts List, Mortocycles, Service-cars, i. and Side Cars, Harley-Davidson. \ Dec. 41. Parts List, Truck, %-Ton, 4 x 4, Dodge Nov. 42. Operation and Maintenance Manual and Parts List-Semitrailer, 2~Wheel (2DT) Gentry Trailers Built for United States Dec. 41. Combined Parts List and Maintenance Manual, Semi-trailer, 2-Wheel, (2DT), Highway. 10-= Jan. 42. Parts List, Car, Fordor Sedan, 6-Cylindel', 114" Wheelbase Ford. C J Feb. 42. Maintenance Manual for Car, Ford Fordor Sedan Built for U. S. Government, Models 2GA73C and 21A73C Jan. 42. Operation and Maintenance Manual Model SU-COE-5-6-Ton, 4 x 4, Truck Feb. 42. Parts List, Truck, lh-ton, 4 x 2, Dodge, Nov. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck, 5-Ton, 4 x 2, nternational Dec. 41. Combined Parts List and Maintenance Manual, Truck Chassis, 2 %-Ton, 4 x 4, COE Autocar Dec. 41. Combined Parts List and Maintenance Manual, Truck Chassis, 2lh-Ton, 4 x 4, COE Autocar Dec. 41. Care and Operation with Parts List, Tractol-Truck, 2 %-Ton, 4 x 4, COE, Autocar (1941 Model U-4044) Jul. 41. Parts List, Truck, llh-3-ton, 4 x 4, GMC Jul. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck, llh-3-ton, 4 x 4, GMC (Model AFKX-352) (Gen. Motorll Truck) Dec. 41. Combined Maintenance Manual and Parts List, Portable Gasoline Dispenser, Gray Apr. 42. Parts Price List, Truck, llh-ton (LC), 4x2, Chevrolet Model 4103 (Jobs 31M-31R), Chassis with Cab Truck Apr. 42. Maintenance Manual, Truck,Ph-Ton, (LC), 4 x 2, Chevrolet Aug. 43. Combined Maintenance Manual and Part List, Refrigerated Semitrailer, Thermo Kin~ Model QMC Mar. 42. Maintenance Manual for Ford Truck, 1 %-Ton, 4 x Aug. 42. Maintenance Manual for Ford Truck, llh-ton, 4 x Feb. 42. Partl List, Truck, lrit-ton, 4 x 2, Ford Jan. 42. Operation and Maintenance Manual and Parts List, 7-Ton Semitrailer. 81

83 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES ' TM QUARTERMASTER-Continued Feb. 42. Parts List, Truck,.i-Ton, 4 x 4, Dodge Feb. 42. Maintenance Manual, Truck, %-Ton, 4x4, Dodge. ' Mar. 42. Parts List, Truck, %-Ton, 4 x 4, Dodge Mar. 42. Maintenance Manual, Truck, %-Ton, 4 x 4, Dodge., Jan. 42. Combined Maintenanc~ Manual and. Parts List, Semitrailer, 4-Wheel (4DT) Van Body Fruehauf Trailer Company Feb. 42. Maintenance Manual, U. S. Army Mack Model NM-5, 6-Ton, 6 x 6, Prime Mover Truck Jan. 42. Combined Maintenance Manual and Parts List, Trailer, -Ton, 2-Wheel" 250-Gallon Water Tank Oct. 42. Truck, Federal, Parts Lists Jul. 41. Parts List and llustrations, Truck, 5 Ton, 6 x 4, nternational Jul. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck, 5-Ton, 6 x 4, nternational Feb. 42. Maintenance Manual, Express Body Truck, 1%-Ton, 4 x 2, Chevrolet Feb. 42. Combined Parts List and Maintenance Manual, Trailers, -Ton, 2-Wheel, Nash-Kelvinator Feb. 43. Maintenance Manual, U. S. Army, Mack Model NM-5, 6-Ton, 6 x 6, Prime Mover Truck Feb. 42. Model No.2, 7V2-Ton, 6 x 6, Prime Mover Truck Mar. 42. Combined Maintenance Manual and Parts List, Bicycles, Columbia Feb. 42. Parts and Price List ndian Motorcycle, Model 741-B.! Feb. 42. Operation and Maintenance, ndian Motorcycle, Model 741-B Feb. 41. Body Parts and Price List, Car, Fordor Sedans, Fords Jul. 41. Parts List and llustrations, Truck, 27f!-Ton, 6 x 6, nte~national Jul. 41. Operation and Maintenance Manual, nternational, 2*-Ton, 6 x 6, Truck, Model M Apr. 42. Parts List and llustrations, nternational, 2%-Ton, 4 x 2, Truck, Model K Mar. 42. Parts Price List, ndian Shaft Drive, Military Motorcycle, Model ' 12 Mar. 42. Model 841, Shaft Drive ndian Motorcycle, Operation and Maintenance Manual Mar. 42. Maintenance Manual, 1V2-Ton, 4 x 2, Truck, Models 440~ and 4409, Contract Number DA W-398-QM Mar. 42. Parts List, *-Ton, 4 x 4, Dodge Truck, Built for United States Army., Apr. 42. Parts List, Truck, 4-Ton, 6 x 6, Diamond T Motor Car Company Apr. 42. Maintenance Manual for Ford Truck, 1%-Ton,.4 x 2, (Right Hand Drive) Model 218-TF Aug. 42. Operation and Maintenance Manual, nternational, 2lh-Ton, 4 x 2, Tractor-Truck, Model KR-8-R Jul. 42. Parts List, 4-5-Ton, 4 x 4, Tractor Truck, Model No. U-7144-T, Contract No. W-670 ORD TM Nov. 42. Maintenance Manual, 4-5-Ton, 4:1t 4, Tractor-Truck Jun. 42. Parts List, 4-5-Ton, 4 x 4, Tractor Truck June 41. Parts List, Truck, 6-Ton, 6 x 6, (4DT), Mack Jan. 41. Parts List, Model 967, 6 x 6, Diamond T Trucks, Serials to 967,0998. C 1, S Jul. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck, 4-Ton, (HC), 6 x 6, Diamond T(Model 967). C Oct. 41. Parts List, Truck, 4-Ton, 6 x 6, Diamond T. C 1, Oct. 41. Parts List, Truck, 4-Ton, 6 x 6, Diamond T. (Models 968-A, 969-A and 960-A). C Sep. 43. Operation and Technical Manual and Parts List, Semitrailer, Two-Wheel, 10-Ton, Refrigerator, Model SR Jul. 42. Operation and Maintenance, 10-Ton Refrigerator (Van Semitrailer) Jul. 43. Maintenance Manual and Parts List, Refrigeration Trailer, Contract No. W950-qm-4935, and 122 Units Dec. 43. Parts List and Maintenance Manual, Semitrailer, 6-Ton Van Body, 2-Wheel, (2DT) Model T Jan. 44. War Department Technical Manual, Heater, Tent, Gasoline Herman-Nelson Model GT 3000~ Jan. 44. Combined Maintenance Manual and Parts List, Truck, Fork Lift, 6000 pounds. *fo July 44. Tractor, Wheeled, 3,300 lb Drawbar Pull (nternational Harvester Model 1-4) Jun. 44. Refrigerator, Field, Portable (26% Cu. ft.) Sep. 44. Tractor, Warehouse, Model "LAP', 7500 Lbs. Drawbar Pull Aug. 44. Refrigeration/Unit, Portable, 125 Cubic Feet May'43. Truck Engineering Semitrailer, 6-Ton, Gross Van Type, Mode12SF Mar. 43. Brockway TrUCk, Models 146-S, 156, 166-S, 260-A, B Apr. 43. U. S. Army, Mack, Models No.2, 8 & 6, 7 '!2-Ton, 6 x 6, Prime Mover Trucks May 43. nternational, 2%-Ton, 4x2, Dump Truck, Model K April 43. Parts List and llustrations nternati~nal, 5-Ton, 4 x 2, tractor-truck, Model 'KR-ll, Apr. 43. nternational, 5-Ton; 4 x 2, Tractor Truck, Model KR Dec. 43. Parts List for Car Passenger, Plymouth, Model P Aug. 41. GMC Parts Book, 4x4, AFKX ":' Aug. 41. Maintenance Manual, Truck, GMC, AFKX Oct. 41. Maintenance Manual, Trucks, 1.i-Ton, 4x2,GMC. ' Oct. 41. Mack. Parts List, Truck, 5-6--Ton, 4 x 4, COE Aug. 41. Maintenance Manual, Tractor-Truck, 5-6-Ton, 4 x 4, Mack.

84 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES, DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES SGNA~ TM Oct. 42. Radio SCR-AF-183, SCR-AG-183, SCR-AH-183, SCR-AJ-183, SCR-AK-183, SCR AL-183, SCR-AL-283, SCR-AN-183, SCR-AN Apr. 44. Signal Communication Equipment Directory, Radio Communication EquipmE!nt. El1-227 Jun. 44. Signal Communication Equipment Direatory, German Radio Communication Equipment Oct. 42. AN/FRC-l Radio Set RT-16/FRC-l Radio Receiver and Transmitter C-34/FRC-l Remote Control Unit. *11-230C 15 Aug. 44. Radio Set SCR-694-C Dec. 41. Radio Sets SCR-178 and SCR Aug. 41. Radio Set SCR-177-B. C Mar. 42. Radio Set SCR-188-A May 43. Radio Sets tlcr-536-a, SCR-536-B, SCR-536-C, and SCR-536-D. C 1, Mar. 42. Rad~o Sets SCR-131 and SCR Apr. 42. Radio 'Sets, SCR-194 and SCR-195, and Auxiliary Equipment. C Aug. 41. Radio Set SCR May 42. Radio Sets SCR-197-B, SCR-197-C, SCR-197-D, SCR-197-E, and SCR-197-F June 43. Radio Set SCR-300-A Mar. 44. Radio Set SCR-291-A. (Dir.ection Finding) Aug. 43. Radio Set SCR-281 D Jul. 43. Radio Set SCR-511-A, Radio Set SCR 511-B, Radio Set SCR-511-(*) and Power Supply Unit PE-157-(*). C A 30 Mar. 44. Radio Set SCR-503-A B 4 Mar. 44. Radio Set SCR-503-B (Direction-Finding) Aug. 44. Radio Set SCR-551-A and SCR-551-B Oct. 42. Radio Set SCR-288. C Aug. 44. Radio Set SCR-292 (Direction-Finding). * Sept. 44. Radio Set SCR-556-A. * June Radio Set AN/PRC Feb. 42. Radio Sets, SCR-210-A-B-C-D-E-F G-H & J and Radio Sets SCR-245-A-B-G-D-E-F G-H-J-K-L-M-N-P. C Apr. 41. Radio Sets, SCR-193-A, B, C, D, and E. C 1,2, Jan. 44. Radio Set SCR-284-A Jun. 44. Radio Set AN/VRC Jun. 43. Radio Set SCR-299-A, B, C, and D. Cl Sep. 43. Radio Sets SCR-399-A and SCR-499-A Jul. 44. Frequency Meter Sets SCR-211-A, B, C, D, E, F, J, K, L, M, N, 0, P, Q, R, T, AA, AC, AE, AF, AG, AH, AJ, AK, AL Dec. 41. Charging Set, SCR-169. C H 10 Jul. 48. Technical Manual for Charging Set SCR o2K 7 Aug. 43. Technical Manual for Charging Set 169 (PE-43-HK) Mar. 44. Test Sets 1-56-C, -56-D, ':"56-H, and -56-J. * Aug. 44. Charging Set SCR-606-A C 2 Feb. 43. Maintenance Equipment ME-S-C D 25 Jun. 43. Maintenance Equipment ME-13-D. lthis Technical Manual is distributed only to interested headquarters and to individuals whose duties require that they have it. This Technical Manual must be safeguarded in accordance with provisions of AR TM *11~07 16 March "".1 Signal GenlWatorB -7fJ-G and -7.-H Jan. 44. Remote Control Unit RM~29-(*) Oct. 43. Schematic Diagrams for Maintenance of Ground Radio Communication Sets. C 1, 2, 8, May 43. Test Equipment E-17-E. C Oct. 43. Remote Control Equipment RC-47-A, RC-47-B, RC-47-C, RC-47-D, and RC-47-G Mar. 43. Allen Model E-2 Unitron' Rectifier Nov. 43. Antennas and Antenna Systems. C Oct. 43. Maintenance Equipment ME-40-(*) and Maintenance Kit ME-53-(*). Supplement Aug. 43. Technical Manual for Signal Generator 1':' Jul. 43. Alignment Equipment ME Jul. 43. Technical Manual for Test Set -56-E Oct. 43. Switchboards BD-71, BD-72, BD-72-A, and BD-72-B. C Jun. 41. Switchboard BD June 42. Telephone Central Office Set TG-4. C 1, 2, March 42. Telephone EE-8-A and EE-8-B and EE-8. C 1, Aug. 43. Timing and Telephone Sets ML-ll~ (*) and ML-210-(*) Apr. 42. Telephone Central Office Set TC-1. C Jan. 43. Telephone Central Office Set TC-12. C 1, 2, July 44. Telephone Central Office Set TC Oct. 42. Telephone Central Office Set TC-2. Cl,l Apr. 43. Telephone Terminal CF-1-A (Carrier) and Repeater CF-3-A (Carrier). C Jun. 43. Ringing Equipments EE-100-T1, EE 100-A (Voice Frequency), and EE-101-A (Voice Frequency) Apr. 44. Relay Unit BE-84-A (Teletype Trunk) Jan. 43. Converter M-222. C 1, Apr. 42. Cabinet BE-70-( ) Wire Chief's Testing. C Apr. 44. Test Sets -61-A, -61-B, and -61-C Apr. 43. Telephone Repeater Set TC-29-A Aug. 43. Maintenance Equipment ME Sep. 41. Telegraph Sets TG-5, TG-5-A, and TG-5-B. C 1, Dec. 43. Printers TG-7-A, TG-7-B & TG-37-B Chests CH-50-A & CH-50-B Chests H-62-A CH 62~B Jul. 41. nstallation and Maintenance of Telegraph Printer Equipment. C 1, 2, Mar. 44. Telegraph Printer Set. (Teletypewriter) EE-97 and EE-98; Teletypewriter Seta EE-97-A, EE-98-A and EE April 43. Telegraph Terminal CF-2-A (Carrier). 1l~855B 8 Nov. 43. Telelrl'8ph Terminal CF-2-B (Ca.. riel') 11-S56 i Nov. 43. Radio Teletype Terminal Equipment, AN/FGC1 oran/fgg-lx July 43. Technical Manual for Telegraph Central Office Set TG-S a Sep. 43. Line Unit BE-'17-A and BE-7'L ---~.._

85 ii i' ii, DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES SGNAL-Continued,! ~ i TM Oct. 44. Reel Unit RL-26 and RL-26-A. 11-:361 2 Feb. 43. Test Sets EE-65 and EE-65-A through E. C2, F.28 Apr. 43. Test Set EE-65F Nov C Jan Sept. 42. ment HD Apr ' Jan. 43. TE-55-A May 44. tion. 11~ Aug June Oct. 44. Reel Units RL-31, RL-31-B, and RL Pole Line Construction. C 1. Truck K-44-B and Earth Borer Equip Wire Thrower RL-37-A. Vulcanizing Equipments, TE-54-A and Tactical Open Wire Pole Line Construc Spiral-Four Cable. Plow LC-61 (Cable). Cables WC-'fi34 (.S-pair), 'YC-G35 (10 pair) and Cable Assemblies CC-;{4;) and CC-%;'-A Feb. 44. Tape Facsimile Equipment RC-58-B B ) Apr. 44. Facsimile Equipment RC-120, RC-120 A and RC-120-B and Facsimile Set AN /TXC-l Jul. 44. Boehme Automatic Keying and Recording Equipment Sept. 43. Test Set -51 (Cable Repairman's) Mar. 44. ConverterM-209, M -20~)-A, M-209-B, (0) Jan. 44. Facsimile Recorder RD-2/GXH Sept. 44. Signal Lamp Equipments EE-80 and E'E-80-A Oct. 42. Signal Lamp Equipment EE-84. C Jun. 43. Technical Manual for Signal Lamp Equipment SE Apr. 44. Visual dentification Equipments AN/ VVX-l and AN/VVX-X Photographic Set PH Mar. 43. tion. Training Film and Film Strip Projec Jun. 44. Reproducing Equipments MC-364-A, MC-364-B and MC-364-C. C May- 43. dentification Equipment PH May 43. Photographic Darhoom Equipment (Processing Equipl:ent PH-395).. 1l-4<M 12 May 43. Photographic Dark Room Equipment (Processing Equipment PH-406) Apr. 43. Projector Equipment PH A 14 Feb. 44. Projector Equipment PH-398-A Oct. 44. Projectors PH-222 and PH-222-A Jun. 44. Photographic Laboratories, Organization and Operation in Service Commands, Departments, and Posts. C 1; Sep. 40. The Homing Pigeon Oct. 44. Ceiling Light Projectors ML-121-A, B, C, D, E, F, and G Oct. 44. Theodolites ML-47-C Through ML-47 R; Tripods ML-78-C Through ML-78-R; Compass ML-197; Telescope ML-146; Theodolite ML Sept. 44. Supports ML-29-B, ML-29-D, ML 29-E, Anemometers ML-80, ML-80-A, ML-80-B, ndicatori ML-117, ML-117-A, ML-117-B July 44. Barographs ML-3-A, ML-3-B, ML-3 C and ML-a-D. 84 TM ~428 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES 17 July 44. Thermographs ML-77 and ML-277. Nov. 44. Barometers ML-02-B, ML-02-D, ML 102-E, ML-02-F and ML-316/TM. 17 Oct. 44. Barometers, ML-2 Through ML-2-F; Cases, ML-48 Through ML-48-E D Mar. 43. Wind Equipment SCM-20-A and Wind Equipment AN/GMQ-l. C Jan. 42. Storage Batteries for Signal Communication. Except those pertaining to Aircraft. C Jan Feb. 42. Target Range Communication Systems. Code Practice Equipment. C 1, Aug. 42. Time nterval Apparatus EE-56, EE 8;), EE-86-A, Line Connector Unit EE-87, Time nterval Signal BE-65 and Bell MC May 42. Sp()tting Set PH-32-B D 25 June 43. Spotting Set PH-32-D (Theodolite PH-BG-33) Jan. 44. Public Address Equipment PA-4-C Oct. 43. Operations Center A~ /TTQ-1, Portable Filter and Operations Room Unit Assembly Nov. 43. Flash Ranging Set GR-4-A Oct. 43. Recorder BC May Oct. 43. Public Address Set B.A.--F. Keyer TG-34-A Jun. 43. Sound Ranging Set GR-3-C. 30 July 43. Panoramic Adaptors BC-1031-A and BC-032-A Mar. 44. Keyers, TG-10-A, TG-0-B, TG-10 C, TG-10-D, TG-l0-F, T(i-l0-G, TG-0-H, and TG-l0-J. *1l-447A 9 Sept. 44. Radio Set AN/TPS-A Oct. 44. Public Address Set P A-2-B Mar. 42. Training of Signal Communication Personnel. C Mar. 42. Shop Work. C May 43. The Radio Operator. C May 44. Radio Fundamentals Jul. 42. Wire Telegraphy. C Sept. 42. Local Battery Telephone Equipment Sept. 42. Common Battery Telephone Equipment Jun. 43. nstructions for Learning nternational Morse Charactel'll May 42. Division Field Code, Training Edition No Sept. 41. Air-Ground Liaison Code, Training Edition No Sept. 44. Signal Corps Reference Data Sept. 43. Trunk Line' Messenger Service (Tentative) (Multilithed) June 44. Radar Electronic Fundamentals. *1l-466LAB Nov. 44. Laboratory Workbook for TM Radar Electronic Fundamentals f8 Apr Radar S1lstem Fundamentals. * Dec. 44. Communication Security Aug. 43. Telephone Central Office nstallation June 44. Central Office Maintenance June 44. Substation nstallation. \ 1Thi. Technical Manual il distributed only to interested headquartero and to individuals whose duties require that they have it. This Technical Manual mult be sa.feeuarded in accordance with provisions of ~R

86 DATE, TTLE A:ND CHA:NGES _-~- SGNAL-Continued TM DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES and 28 o,e Telegraph 44, ""ndyl" Transmission. of Loog n'''an", T...phon ' ' Nov. July Hadio Had'o H",",v" H",.,,,, HC-767-H, 128-AY. '11-'83 D". 44. SUPP"''''on of H""o No~" Be-96'-A, 12 Nov. 43. Pow" Radio Supply Set SCR-614-A, Unit HA-61-A. Radio Receiver ~,i Ju", 44. Adv,""d Milit"y C',"tag"phy. ' Aug. 44. ''''ru,''on Book Mod.1 AR-8506-B n Od. 44. Fundam.ntal, of T..phony and Manual t'''''''''a", and H'gh F,,,,,u.n,y B"mv" T. ",hy. Nov. 43. (Preliminary), Radio Propagation T. 16 Nov... C 1,2. Pow" Unit. PE-75-C Through PE Handbook O,t. 43. Pow" Uuit PE-77-( }. C M'"h 43. Radio S", SCR-508-('), SCH Jau. 43. Po,"" Unit, PE-05-A, P E-'5-B, and' (*), and SCR-538-(*). Cl. PE-95-C '11-'02 15 D", Nov Radio Radio S.t Sets ANMHC-1. SCR-509_( ) and SCR G H. 8 Jun... Pow" Un'" PE-95-G and PE ( ) H 3 SopC... Pow" Unit. PE-95-G and PE-95-H, n-6l5 15 Nov. 43. R""o S,t, SCR-iiOO-A and SeR-'H) ' 15 JuJ. ". Pow" Unit PE-02-B Jan. 44. Radio Sets SCR-608-A and SCR-628-A. 74-( ). A Jan. '4. Pow" Un)" PE-", PE-74-B, PE SCR-506-A. 7 June 43. Preliminary nstructions for Radio Set a " Jan. 43. Power Unl'ts PE-78-G and H Feb. 42. nterphone Equipment RC-53 and RC- _ Jun. 43. Power Unit PE-214-A A Feb. 43. Power Unit PE-201-A May 43. nterphone Equipment RC C 26 Nov. 43. Power Unit PE-201-C Feb. 42. nterp,hone Equipment RC Jun. 44. Power Units, PE-84, PE-84-'-A, PE 13 April 42. nterphone Equipments RC-48 and 84-C and PE-84-n HC Jun. 4S. Power Unit PE-49-F Apr. 42, nterphone Equipment RC G 6 July 44. Power Unit PE-49-G Oct, 44. Radar Antijamming for the Operator Sept. 43. Power Uni.t PE-137-A Nov. 44. Radar Antijamming for the Technician E 27 Dec. 43. Power Un~t PE-99-E. 12 Nov. 42. Radio Transmitters BC-91-A, BC-/11-923F 28 Dec. 43. Power Umt PE-99-F, 191-B, BC-191-C, BC-191-D, BC-191-E and BC April 44. Power Unit PE-185-A N M-m. 20 March 44. Radio Transmitter BC-191-N ]-927 7,Jon. Sep Pow" Power Unit Unit PE-lO', PE-82-E. (A, B, C, D, & E), " Jan. 43. Power Amplifier BC-340-G and Water Jut 48. POwer Unit PE-145-A. ' Cooling4Unit RU-2-A Jun. 44. Power Unit PE-2'iJi-A Feb,. 4. Radio Transmitters, Wilcox Types 96_/ 11 _ June 43. Power Equipment PE-172-A. 200A and "-200B,. ' Oct... Pow" Unit PU-8/TT Q-l ' 7 F,b. ": Rarlio T,,~amit,t"', Wll"x Typ" 96C 11.."" "July"", Pow" Unit PU-8PTS-1. and 96C3, Rectlfier Umt, ~ dcox Type 3uA, Modu D t U 't BD 77 C lator Unit, Wilcox Type 50A. i ct..' ynamo or m.., June 42. Transmltbng Components of RadlO Set SCR-197-C, Radio Set " SCR-197-D, and Radio.' Set M21-A' 0 31.' Mar 44 ll-il-kva Kohler Power Umt ModeJ SCR-197:-F. 29 Feb. 44. Radio Transmitter 149-A Sep. 43. Motor Generator MG-37-A. " Oct. 44. Power Unit PE Sept, 43. Radio Transmitter-Receiver Type May 44. Power Unit PE-214-B. (250 Watts) and Associated Equipment, " Oct, 44. Power Unit"PE-167..,.A Feb. 44. SST-lOl Radio Transmitter Telegraph Aug. 44. Power Unit PE T",pb,", Mar. 44. (T,ntativ,). Portable RadO. Broadcast Transmltter ' Jun. 43.., Reetift" R t'fi RA-'6-J, RA "6 N K, L, TWT PB-50A N 10 June 4". ec 1 er,,_. * Mar. Aug Radio Radio Transmitter Transmitter BC-365-F BC-477-F. and Re Q6 RB6B17. Aug. 43. Rectifiers RA-36-K, RA,-36-Q, and 6 mote Control Unit RM-0-F Mar. 44. Rectifier RA-43-B. * Aug. 44. Model'ET-8026 Lifeboat Radio Transmitter Jun. 44. Rectifier RA PortMable. ar. 44. R a d' 10 R' ecelvers BC -"12 (*), BC June 43. Rectifier. RA-87. C 1. G 312-(*)X. BC-342-(*), BC-314-(*), and BC G 19 Feb. 43. Rectfiers RA-34-F and RA-34- (*) Nov. 43. Rectifier RA-34-H Mar', 43. Radio Set SCR-593-A. C 1, to lti Sept. «. Rectifier RA-63-B. 11-8'1 2S Aug, 42. R,dio S,t SCR-", (n""".n Find ' r Jon... Rmi." HA-8'-A. C ~n~~t.~~: Radio Set SCR-504-A (Direction Find ,'i May 44. Rectifier RA ing). Aug. 43. Radio Receivers BC-779-B, BC-794-B, March 44. Rectifier Power Unit PP-34/MSM;C 1. and BC-1004-C, and Power SupplyUnita RA-74-C, RA-84-B, and RA-94-A. and to individual. who dutie. require that t.hey hav~ ft. Th.. Techmcal M&ual Milot be o&le8'lla:rded in a,cordanc. wlth provl~lono of Ali ~o Technical Manual io distributed only to intere~ted h.eadquar~en... '\,

87 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGJll. NUltBJllR DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES TM SGNAL-Continued 1l~ Apr. 44. Trojan Rectifier Battery Eliminator Model Sept. 44. Power Transfer Panel CN-22/F May 44. Power Unit PE-205-B. U: Feb. 42. Contactor Unit BC-608-A Nov. 4t 1, nstallation of, Antenna ConverBion Kits on Radio Sets, SCR-170-( ) and SCR-17J-( ) Apr. 48. Signal Generator -122-A. U-l048 1 Deo TNt Equipment RC-ro-( ) Jut 48. SWi~bboard BD-116-A Jan. 44. Range Calibrator and -178-A July.,.1 Radio S.t. SCR--5Jr-A, SCR-88 et BCR-fJ1. ' ' 1 A""..U. 1 T..t CquipmMt B(}- lind R0-4,-A Dee. 41. 'bauer ][-U-D " 11 :Jep..,1. Aided-Arimuth-TrtJOkitt-, Kit No., All-PT " Jun TraWler BOff BC 10ro(A) (Master). U-10 Aug Ant.n714 PoBitiox Conwole Me-P8A " JlG-.i8B, (CotM/.,.ftoft Kit. lor Ra.cUe J.e. SCR "o( ) " SCB-rl( ).) C 1,. ' l.p Radio TrlJMf,itt.,. Be-f11 i A.N,*" ath B'quipment Kit N.,,..X. ll-10ll 10 April «. Tramer B<J-i68-A. 11-1ot1 1 New. 41. lpal Generaw U-l0Ull N.., Rang. CrJilw4tor '1.J-l0'6 1 F." SW''J! G(JM'/'at01" M B Apr. «. OlcilloBcopea BC-1238 and BC-123B-A JU'J..U 1 Antenna AN-ll 'M' Au. U. Radio Tranlmittini s.t AN/CRN-ll Oot..u. Teat let AN/GPH-l Jut 44. Signal Generator -222-A Jut. 43. Trailerl K-'76-A and K-77-A Dee. 42. Radio Set SCR-27o-B Jun tor 1-10'. lftdruaticm Boo" lor Rang. Calibr Jul. 44'. Technical Operation Manual for Radio MQ/ 41 1 Radio Set. SCB-547-A et SCR Equipment Re-150-B. RC-15O-C, RC-150-D, RC U7-B. C , RC-151-A, & RC-1S1-D. l1-11jod Ssp. ~J Aug. 44'. Technical Operation, Radio Equip RC-H8, RC-H8-B and RC-H8-C B S.p...'-. Radio Equi~t RC-l0o-B-Pr. menta liminart/ Jun. 44. Radio Set SCR-527-A, Technical Operation, Operating nstructiona, Equipment Perform D 22 Sept. 42. Radio Set HCR-170-D Jul...,'. Radio Equipment BC-H8 " RC-j4B ance and Corrective Measures. B. Cl Sept. 44. Radio Set SCR-627-A Jul. 4"'. Radio Set SCR-5t7-A Dec. 43. Radio Set SCR-584, Technical Operation (General Description, Operating nstructions, Apr. 43. Detector Sets SCR-625A, SCR-625-B, SCR-625-C, SCR-625-D, and SCR-625-E (Anti and Equipment Performance Log). C 1. Tank Mine, Portable) and Detector, Anti-Tank Mine, May 44. Radio Sets SCR-602-T6 and 602-A, Portable M-l. Technical Operation Dec nter!e1oence Reducer BC-796-B. C Jul. 44. Technical Operation. for Radio Set A 26 Dec. 42'. Special nstructionb for Modifica SCR-545 -Ation of. Equipment for Use with nterference Re ducer BC-736-B. 90 Dec. 43'. Radio Set SCR-588-( ), Equipment Sept. 4".1 Operation of Radio Sets SCR-602-A & SCR-602-T Jl-: Mar. 43'. Calibrators BC-726-A, 1-147, 1-156,,~. and lthi. Technical Manual is distributed only to interested headquarters and to individuals whose duties require that they have it. This Technical Manual must be safeguarded in accordance with provisions -of AR TH J() Nov Radio Equipment RC-19B-A ~ Dec. 48'. Test Equipment for Radio Set SCR 588-Tt ls July Responder-Beacon* AN/PPN-l "0A. 16 MQj/ Beacon TransmitUn' Rec.iv.r* AN PPN-1A Jul. 48'. Radio Set SCR-615. * Aug Beacon Transmitter-Receiver AN PPN-S Jan. 4,41. Range Calibrator -14~ April 44. Detector Set AN/PRS Aug. 44. Radar Set AN/TPX S08 Preliminary nstruction Book f01" Na1!1/ Model BN, Radio Equipment. * Nov. «. Voltohmmeter, Wuton Kodel 772, Type 8. \ * Oct. 44. Fluxmeter TS-201/UP Jul. 44. Technical Operation Manual for Radio Set SCR-296-A Jul. 44. Technical Operation Manual for Radio Seta SCR-268, SCR-268-B, SCR-268-C and Radio Seta SCR-516, SCR-516-C and SCR-61&-D, and SCR-516-E Jul. 4,P. Radio Equipment RC-1SS-A.lJnd Be.fiBS-A Sep. 44. Operating ~natructiona, Equipment Performance Log, & Corrective Mealurel For Radio Set. SCR-270-B, -C, -D, -E, -BA, -CA, SCR-271 A, -AA, -AAA, -AB, -B, -BA, -D, -E, -F, -G, -H, -J, -K, -L, -M Jul. 44. Technical Operation Manual Radio Seta SCR-582-A and SCR-582-T6, General Description, Operating nstructionl and Equipment Performance Log Jul Technical Operation' for Radio Equipment RC-l.f17-A. * Nov Radio Equipment RC-~07-A, Technical Operation Manual. Performance Log, nstruction Boak July Technical Ope1"ation, Radio Equipment RC-145-A Aug. 44. Technical Operation Manual Radio Equipment RC Aug. 441, Technical OperationB, Radio Equipment RC-215-A, General Desccription, Operation nstructions and Equipment Performance Log.

88 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES SGNAL-Continued TM Sept. 44. Radio Set AN/TPS-2, Technical Operations Manual Mar. 44. Technical Operation Manual for Radio Set AN/TPS-3. * July Technical Operation Radio Set SCR 615-A July 44. Technical Operation Manual Radio Set SCR-636-A July Radio Set AN/MPN-1, Technical Operation Aug Technical Operation Radio Equipment RC-950 and RC Jul. 44. Technical Operation Radio Sets SCR 270-BB -CB -DA -EA and SCR-271-AAB -AC -BB, -na, -EA, -FA, -GA, -HA, -JA, -KA: -LA; and -MA with CONSOLE Jul. 44. Radio Set SCR-296-A; Preventive Maintenance Jul. 44. Preventive Maintenance Manual, Radio Sets SCR-268, SCR~268-B, SCR-268-C, SCR 516, SCR-516-C, SCR-516-D, SCR-516-E Jul. 44. Radio Equipment RC-182-A and RC 282-A, Preventive Maintenance Manual Jun. 44: Preventive Maintenance Manual, for Radio Sets SCR-270-B, SCR-270-C, SCR-27"U-D SCR-27Q-E, SCR-270-BA, SCR-270-CA, SCR-271; SCR-271-A, SCR-271-BA, SCR-271-D, SCR-271 E, SCR-271-F, SCR-271-G, SCR-271-H, SCR-271 J, SCR-271-K, SCR-271-L, SCR-271-LA, SCR 271-~. ~ Jul. 44. Preventive Maintenance Manual, Radio Set SCR-582-A and SCR-582-T Aug. 44. Preventive Maintenance-Radio Equipment RC-127-A Oct. 44. Radio Equipment RC-207-A. Preventive Maintenance Manual Aug. 44. Radio Equipments RC-150~B, RC-150 C, RC-150-D, RC-151, RC-151-A, RC-15~D. Preventive Maintenance Manual. ' Aug. 44. Preventive Maintenance. - Radio Equipments RC-148, RC-148-B, and RC-148-C Jul. 44. Preventive Maintenance Manual-Radio Set SCR-527-A Aug. 44. Preventive Maintenance, Radio Set, SCR-627-A Oct. 44. Radio Equipment, RC-188-A Preventive Maintenance Manual Jan. 44. Radio Set SCR-584, Preventive Maintenance. C Jun. 44. Radio Sets SCR-602-A and SCR-602 T6, Preventive Maintenance Manual Aug. 44. Preventive Maintenance Manual-Radio Set SCR-545-A May 44 1 General Preventive Maintenance for Radio Set SCR Aug. 44. Preventive Maintenance, Radio Equipment RC-145-A June 44. Preventive Maintenance Manual, Radio Equipment RC-184. lthls Technical Manual s distributed only to interested headquarters and to individuals whose duties require that they have it. This Technical anual must be safelluard.d in accordance with provisions of AR 8BO T Jul. 44. Preventive Maintenance, Radio Equipment RC-215-A Sept. 44. Radio Set AN/TPS-2, Preventive Maintenance March 44. Radio Set AN/TPS-3 (Preventive Maintenance Manual) Jul. 44. Preventive Maintenance, Radio Sets SCR-615-A Aug. 44. Preventive Maintenance Manual for Radio Set SCR-636-A July Radio Set AN/MPN-1, Preventive Maintenance Manual Aug. 44. Radio Equipments RC-350 and RC 351, Preventive Maintenance A 9 Sept. 44. Radio Set AN/TPS-1A, Preventive Maintenance Manual Oct. 44. Preventive Maintenance Manual; Radio Equipment RC-246-A. \ Jul. 44. Preventive Maintenance Radio Set SCR-682-A Aug. 44. Preventive Maintenance fot Radio Sets SCR-270-BB, -CB, -DA, -EA, and SCR-271-AAB, -AC, -BB, -DA, -EA, -FA, -GA, -HA, -JA, -KA, -LA, -MA, with Console Aug Service Manual Radio Set SCR 296-A, Theory Trouble Shooting and Repair Sept Service Manual, Radio Set SCR-268, SCR-268-B, SCR-268-C, SCR-516, SCR-516-C, SCR-516-D, SCR-516-E. * Sept. 44. Service Manual for Radio Equipment RC-182-A and RC-282-A Aug Service Manual for Radio Sets, SCR 270-B, -C, -D, -E, -BA, -CA, and SCR-271, SCR"' 271-A, -AA, -AAA, -AB, -B, -BA, -D, -E, -F, -G, -H, -J, -K, -L, and -M Sept, Service Manual for RG.dio Sets SCR 582-A and SCR-582-T Aug Service Manual for Radio Equipment RC-127-A Service Manual, Radio Equipments RC-150-B, RC-150-C, RC-150-D, RC-151, RC-151-A ana RC-151-D Aug Service Manual for Radio Set SCR 527-A. * Dec Service Radio Set SCR-627-A Mar Radio Set SCR-584, Service Manual. * July Service Manual Radio Sets SCR 602-A and SCR-602-T-6. * Aug. H B. Service Manual for Radio Set SCR ',91 26 Aug Service Manual, Radio Equipment RC-145-A Aug Service Manual for Radio Equipment RC-184. * Sept. 44,1 Service Manual for Radio Equipment RC-215-A. * Oct Service Manual for Radio Set AN TPS Mar Radio Set AN/TPS-9, Service Manual Oct. 44. Radio Set SCR-636-A, Service Manual fo Sept Radio Set AN/MPN-1 Sf!1'1)ic. Man& ual.

89 -"'::.. i l,j,.umber DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE. TTLE "AND CHANGES SGNAL-Continuecl TM Sept.,U 1 Service Mamual, 'RadiQ Equipment RC-350 and RG-951 Theory, Trouble Shooting and Repair Aug. ##.1 Service Manual for Radio Set SCR 68~A.. r 11";' Aug. 44. Service Manual for Radio Sets SCR 270-BB, CB, DA, EA, and Set SCR-271 AAB, AC, BB, DA,'EA, FA, GA, HA, JA,,KA, LA, MA with console Jun. 44. System Mar. 44.,Equipment Nov Aug Oct July 43. Complete 100-Mile Spiral-Four Carrier Substitute Telephone Central Office Carrier Hybrid CF-7. Repeater Set TC-18 (Terminal). Repeater Set TC-19 (ljtermediate). Telephone Repeater, EE-89-A. C 1. * Oct. 43. Converter CF-4 (Carrier, 2-Wire-4 Wire) and Repeater CF-5. (Carrier, 2-Wire). * Mar. 44. Ringer Equipment 101-B (Voice Frequency Rack Mounted). C 1, * Aug. 44. Multiline Observing Set ADW.:..BM 100. * June 44. Toll Observing Equipment ADW-BM May 44. Telephone Unit EE-105. C April 44. S~itchboard SB-5!PT (Tentative). Cl July 44. Test Set TS-26/TSM Aug. 44. Test Set ~1 Sept. 44. D.C. Regenerative Telegraph Repeater, (Packaged Equipment.) * Sept. 44. D-C Telegraph Repeater Packaged Equipment Aug. 44. Telegraph Switchboard SB-6/GG Aug. 44. Test Set *11-: Aug. 44. Telephone TP Oct. 44. Test Set 1-48-~ Sept. 44. Test Set TS-27!TSM Aug. 43. Bias Meter -97-A.. ' July 44. Reperforator Teletypewriter Sets TC 16 and TC Dual Diversity Reviewing Equipment (Wilcox Type CW3-D) Sept. 44. Exciter Unit 0-5!FR April 44. Test Set TS-2!TG Jan B2 Printer Station Equipment for Army and Navy nstallations Jan. 44. nstruction Book, 132A2 Teletypewriter Subscriber Set and Associated Equipment May A1 Teletypewriter Table and Associated Printer Apparatus. * Aug A2 Teletypewriter Subscriber Set and Associated Equipment Jan. 44. Reel Equipment CE-l Nov. 43. Boom Equipment LC Jun. 44. Converter CV-2/TX. -- This Technical Manual s distributed only to interested headquarters and to individuals whose duties require that they have it. This Technical :Manual must be safelluarded in accordance with provisions of AR dentical with 16 July 1944 edition. 88 TM * , Mar. 44. Open Wire Construction for FiDel Plant Application. 19 June 44. Reel Assembly RL-06/V. Dec. 44. Enlarger PH-542/UF (V-Mail). 8 Jul. 44. Exposure Meters PH-77, PH-77-A, PH 77-C, and PH-252-A. C 1. 3 Nov. 44. Camera Equipment Mounting PH 515/MF. 5 Oct. 44. Photographic Equipment PH-383. i5 Oct "' Oct Oct Jun Apr Feb. 44. (XO-2). Laminating Equipment PH-523!GF. Timer PH-191-A. Electronic Timer (Photrix Model 1528). Generator ML-185-A (Hydrogen). Meteorological Balloons. Meteorological Station AN /TMQ-l Nov. 44. Aerograph Equipment AN!AMQ-S Mar. 44. Pilot Balloon Tables (3D-gram) Apr. 44. Pilot Balloon Tables (100-gram) Jun. 44. Hydrogen Generator ML-303/TM. * Nov. 44. Plotting Set AN!GMQ ~ 11~2522 "' * Oct. 43. Technical Manual for Test Set A. 91 Aug Test Equipment E Mar. 44. Trailer K-84-E. 24 Dec. 43. Public Address Sets PA-5 and PA-5A. 5 May 44. Public Address Set AN/UQ-l. 15 Jun. 44. Test Sets -83-A, -B, -C, -D, -E, -F. -G, -H, -J, and -K. 25 Feb Jun Jul Apr Apr Jun. 44. "15 June Sept. 44. ment. 24 Oet Apr. 44. Adapter FT-384-A. Training Generator AN /URA-T. Master Power Meter Panel. Portable Recorder. Transcriber Double Toneband. Test Set -193-A. Tape Puller TT-2!TG. Diversity Receiving Combining Equip- Tube Tester Espey Model 105. Supreme Tube Tester Model 504-A. 12 May 44. Rotary Converters 24-Volt DC-110 Volt AC and 110-Volt DC-110-Volt AC. 31 July 44. Vibrator Type nverter.. (12-Volt DC to 110-Volt AC). Nov. 44. Dual Channel Amplifier AM-43!FRC. 30 Sept. 44. Sound Recording Set AN!UNQ-l. 17 Oct. 44. Oscillator -151-A. 30 June 44. Miller Utility Heater Model OG-31-A. 11 Nov. 44. Oscilloscope BC-060-A Jun. 44. Battery Charger PP-78/MRQ-2. * Sept. 44. Maintenance and Operation of Crystal G.rinding Equipment and CrJstal Finishing Techmques Sept. 44. Speak-O-Phone Sound Detector, Model SDB Sept. 44. Connecting and Switching Kit MX 155/GT Feb. 44. Amplifier, Wilcox Type M57Dl.

90 O, ~, JrUBJB DATE, TTLE AND OHANGES JrUMBER DATE, TTLE AND OHANGES.1 SGNAL-Continued TM Feb. 44. Control Console, Wilcox Type CS 380; Keying Oscillator, Wilcox Type 95A; Ultra-High Frequency Antenna, Wilcox Type. 614A Nov. 44. Test Set Dec. 43. Radio Set,AN/TRC-1, Radio Terminal Set AN/TRe-3 Radio Relay Set AN/TRe-4, and Amplifier Equipment AN/TRA-l. Suppl Feb. 44. Frequency Standard TS-65/FMQ April 44. Radio Set AN/TRC May 44. Test Set May 44. Antepna System AS-81/GR. l1-ft609 ft9 Ma.l..u. Radio Beacon Equipment RC July 44. Antenna Assembly AS-511MRQ-2. and Auxiliary Antenna Assembly AS-93/M'RQ:"' Apr. 44. Antenna Kit for Rhombic Receiving Antenna (Drawing ES-E-386-E). 27 May 44. Voltohmmeter Sept. 44. Assembling and Erecting 30-Foot Gin Pole Type Trylon Ladder Towers. 18 ojuly 44. Foundation-Steel Pedestal Base for '7" Guyed Radio Tower. * Nov Oct. 44. Antenna Equipment RC July 44. Radio Control Central AN/TRQ-l-( ). 3 Oct. 44. Antenna Support AB-38/CR. Remote Control Equipment AN/TRA July 44. Frequency Meter BC-90G-E. C July 44. Test Unit Oct. 44. Antenna Equipment RC-219-A and Antenna AN-78-A. * Nov. 44. Radio Modulator BC-423-B Mar. 44. nstallation of Radio and nterphone Equipment in Light Tank M3A3. C May 44. nstallation of Radio Equipment in Car Half-Track, M Apr. 44. nstallation of Radio and nterphone Equipment in Light Armored Car M Jun. 44. nstallation of Radio and nterphone Equipment in Tank Recovery Vehide T Apr. 44. nstallation of Radio and nterp!:one Equipment in Medium Tank M4 Series. C Apr. 44. nstallation of Radio and nterphone. Equipment in Light Tank T9El May 44. nstallation of Radio and nterphone Equipment in Medium Tank M Jun. 44. nstallation of Radio Truck, :4-Ton, 4 x 4, Amphibian May 44. nstallation of Radio Multiple Gun Motor Carriage M Jun. 44. nstallation of Radio Truck, 2%-Ton, 6 x 6, Cargo Jul. 44. nstallation of Radio Truck, %-Ton, 4 x 4, Carryall. Equipment in Equipment in Equip~ent in Equipment in Sept. 44. nstallation of Radio Equipment in Carrier, Personnel Half-Track M5 or M5Al Jul. 44. nstallation of Radio Equipment in Multiple Gun Motor Carriage M13, M14, M16, or M17. Jt.-.- ltbis Technical Manual is distrihuted only to interest,\d headquarters and to individuals whose duties require that they have it. This Technical Manual must De safeguarded in accordance with provisions of AR ldentical with U AUKUst 1944 edition..;' TM Oct. 44. nstallation of Radio and nterphone. Equipment in Light Tank :M3. * Dec. 44. nstallation of Radio Equipment in C&l'o rier, Personnel, Half-Track, M Sep. 44. nstallation of Radio Equipment ba Truck,:4-Ton, 4 x 4. * Nov. 44. nstallation of Radio Equipment ba Armored Utility Car M20., * Dec. 44. nstallation of Radio and nterphone Equipment in Light Tanks M5 and M5A1.. ADJUTANT GENERAL Aug. 41. Adjutant General of Division Administratiorf-The Division and Large nstallation Nov. 44. A.rmed Forces nduction Stations Operations Oct. 44. Separation Center Operations. * Dec. 44. Reception Center Operations Oct. 44. Service Record. * Jan. 45. Enlisted Personnel: Discharge and Release from Active Duty (other than at Separation Centers). * Jan. 45. Enlisted Personnel Retirement. * Jan. 45. Deceased Personnel Within the Continental United States, Excluding Alaska (AR ) Oct. 42. Administration Apr. 43. The Army Clerk. * Oct. 44. Correspondence Nov. 42. Administrative Procedures. C Nov. 44. Orders, Bulletins, Circulars and Memoranda A Nov. 44. Order Digest (Supplement to TM ) Dec. 42. Personnel Tests Jun. 44. Regimental and Unit Mail Clerks Oct. 43. Machine Records Operations. (Multi-o lithed). C 1,2,9,4,5, Feb. 44. Codes, Machine Records Unit. C 1,! Oct. 43. Officer Classification-Commissioned and Warrant; Classification and Coding of Civilian Occupations. C Oct. 43. Officer Classification; Commissioned and Warrant. C Oct. 43. Officer Classification-Commissioned and Warrant, Military Classification and Coding Field Operation. C June 44. Personnel Classification. C 1,t Jul. 44. Civilian Occupational Classification of Enlisted Personnel Jul. 44. Military Occupational Classification of Enlisted Personnel. 89 FSCAL Apr. 43. Accounting for Public Funds Dec. 42. Enlisted Men's Pay and Allowances Dec. 43. Organization and Functions of Disbursing Offices, C 1, ft, 3, 4, Dec..43. Officers' Pay and Allowances. C 1,, 8,'" Dec. 43. Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Pel' sonnel. C 1, ft, 8,...

91 ) DATE. TTLE AND CHANGES FSCAL-Continued TM Dec. 43. Travel Allowances of War Department Personnel. C 1, 2, Dec. 43. Payment for Supplies and N,onpersonal Services. C 1, 2, 3, 4, 5., Dec. 43. Agent Finance Officers. C Dec. 43. Finance SerVice in Mobile Field Units. C 1, fl, Dec. 43. Model Disbursement and Collection Vouchers. C 1, 2, 9. 14_508 1 Dec. 43. Blank Forms. C Jul. 44. Official Mileage Tables of the War De~ partment. C 1, 2, 3, Jan. 44. War Department Fiscal Code. C 1, fl, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, Jan. 44. Fiscal Accountingf9r Field nstallations Jul: 44. Explanation of Appropriation and Project Accounts Jul. 44. (Tentative) Accounting Procedures for Nonappropriated Welfare Funds: C 1, fl , Jun. 44. Accounting fpr Government Property Furnished Under Fixed-Price Contracts Mar. 44. Administrative Audit Procedures for Cost-Plus-A-Fixed-fee Supply Contracts. C 1, 2, Feb. 44. Relations with General Accounting Office. C Jun. 44. Termination Accounting Manual for Fixed-Price Supply Contracts. C Jan. 44. War Department nternal Audit Procedures, Continental United States May 44. Property Auditing Procedures. CHAPLAN Jul. 44. The Chaplain. MLTARY POLCE Jun. 43. Sabotage May 44. Military Police Records and Forms Jan. 44. Military Police on Railroad Trains and in Railroad and Bus Terminals and Stations Jan. 45. Enemy Prisoners of War. MSCELLANEOUS Jan. 44. Di'ctionary of United States Army Terms. C 1, Oct. 44. Logarithmic, Trigonometric, and Mathe. matical Tables for Artillery. Errata Sheet Sept. 40. Field Music ,2 Jun. 44 Targets. C 1. Use of Radio Controlled Airplane NDVDUAL SOLDE,R Sept. 44. Special Services Officer. C May 42. Sports and Games Dec. 48. nformal Games for Soldiers Apr. 48. Army nstruction Nov. 42. Driver Selection and Training. C DATE. TTLll AND CHANGES TM Oct. 44. Driver Training, Half-Track and Full Track Vehicles May 43. Army Reader May 43. Army Arithmetic. MLTARY LAW May 43. Cases on Military Government Jan. 44. Treaties Governing Land Warfare. Ct. WELFARE, RECREATON AND MORALE Nov. 44. Army Education Program for nactive Theaters Nov. 44. Small Army Libraries. MLTARY NTELLGENCE Sept. 43. Counter ntelligence Corps. ' Mar. 44. Counterintelligence nvestigative Reports, Part Loyalty nvestigations of Civilians. C1,2, Jan. 42. Corps Area ntelligence Mar. 41. Post, Camp, and Station ntelligence, Zone of the nterior. * Aug. 41. Military Dictionary, English-Russian, Russian-English Sep celandic Phrase Book Jun. 41. Military Dictionary, English-Portuguese, Portuguese-English July 43. Military Dictionary, English-talian, talian-english Feb Moroccan Phrase Book Jun Spanish Language Guide June 43 1 Portuguese Language Guide. 30-3lJ2 21 Jun French Language Guide June 43 1 talian Language Guide June 43 1 German Language Guide Sep Dutch Language Guide Nov Norwegian Language Guide Dec Danish Language Guide Dec Swedish Language Guide Feb celandic Language Guide Dec Hungarian Language Guide Sept Turkish Language Guide Jun N6rth African Arabic Language Guide Sept Persian Language Guide Feb Thai (Siamese) Language Guide Feb: 44 1 Burmese Language Guide Jun Chinese Language Guide Dec Cantonese Language Guide Dec Malay Language Guide Jun Tagalog Language GuieJf Jun Japanese Language Guide Jun Russian Language Guide Dec Bulgarian Language Guide Nov Serbo-Croatian Language Guide. 1Under no circumstances will Language Guides other than German and Japanese be distributed to units or individuals in staging areas, Language GUides accompany phonograph recordings (a set of tw~ double face 2-inch 78 rpm light plastic records). For large orders, Foreign Language nstruction Kits (.S.) cgnslsting of 200 Language Guides (TM Benes) and One set of reeord. are available. 'Distribution restricted to overseal. \ H

92 DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES e MLTARY NTELLGENCE-C~ntinued TM Dec Rumanian Language Guide Jun Greek Language Guides Dec Albanian Language Guide Sept. 42. Handbook ot British Army. E Sept. 43. Handbook on German Military Forces. E Sept. 44. Handbook on Japanese Military Forces May 43. Japanese English GlossJry Dec. 43. German-English Glossary, Technical Communication Terms Mar. 44. Chinese-English Glossary Technical Communication Terms. C 1. * Aug. 44. Military Dictionary, English-French, French-English May 44. Military Dictionary. German-English; English-German Dec Spanish Phrase Book Dec Portuguese Phrase Book Sept French Phrase Book Sept talian Phrase Book Nov German Phrase Book Dec Dutch Phrase Book Dec. 43'. Norwegian Phrase Book Feb Danish Phrase Book Dec Swedish Phrase Book Dec Hungarian Phrase Book Feb Turkish Phrase Book Mar Persian Phrase Book Feb Siamese Phrase Book Mar Burmese Phrase Book Dec Chinese Phrase Book Dec. 43 Z Cantonese Phrase Book Mar Japanese Phrase Book Dec Russian Phrase Book. * Dec. '43 2 Bulgarian Phrase Book Dec Serbo-Croatian Phrase Book Dec Rumanian Phrase Book Dec Greek Phrase Book Dec Albanian Phrase Book. * March 44. Piccola Guide talian. English Language Guide March 44. Frasario (talian-english Phrase Book) April 44. L'nglese Parlato (Spoken English for talian, Part ) June 44. L'nglese Parlato (Spoken English for talian, Part ) A 28 April 44. Guide's Manual for L'nglese Parlato, Part. ' June 44. Guide's Manual for L'nglese Parlato, Part. SPECAL OPERATONS Apr. 43. Maintenance and Care of- Pneumatic Tires and Rubber Treads. C 1, 2, 3. lunder no eircumstences will Language Guides other than German and Japanese be distributed to units or ndividuals n staging areas. Language Guides accompany phonograph recordings (a set of t wo dou~ h. faee 2-inch 78 rpm light,pla.stic records). For large orderl", Foreign Language nstruction Kite (1.8.) conri~ting of 200 Language Guides (TM serie,), and One set of records are available. Dilltrlbntioll restricted i.....se&!'. SUPPLY PROCEDURES TM Jan. 44. Preparation and Administration of the Army Supply Program May 44. Stock Control Manual for Posts, Campa and Stations: C Nov. 44. Basic ~aintenance Manual. 3& Aug. 44. Station Supply Procedure Jun. 4'4. Standing Operating Procedure for Movement of Equipment and Supplies to Ports of Embarkation, Canada and Mexico April 44. Salvage in Zone of nt&ior. C 1, 2, ANTARCRAFT ARTLLERY Jun. 44. Orientation For Artillery. C Jun. 44. Stereoscopic Range and Height Finding. TRANSPORTATON (WATER AND RAL) Aug. 44. Transportation in the Zone of the nterior May 43. Manual, Transportation Rules, Military Railway Service. C 1. 55' Feb. 44. Maintenance of \'lay Rules, Military Railway Service Standard Plans-Roadway Track and Structures May 44. Stevedoring. * Nov. 44. Small Boat and Harbor Craft Preventive Maintenance Dec. 43. Engine, Marine, Diesel, Cummins, Model "A" Series Engine, Marine, Diesel, Cummins, Model "H" Series Engine, Marine, Diesel, Cummins, Model HMRS Engine, Marine, Gasoline, Hudson nvader, Model ' Engine, Marine, Gasoline, Packard, Model 4M Engine, Marine, Gasoline, Scripps, Models 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 16;;, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 200, 201,202,203,204, 20;;' nstruction Book, Model 208G Engine, Marine, Gasoline, Contnental Commando, Model R Engine, Marine, Gasoline, Continental nvincible Model M Engine, Marine, Diesel, Atlas, mpel'ial Model, 6HM Engine, Marine, Diesel, Atlas mperial Model 6HM Engine, Outboard, Gasoline, Evimude, Models Engine, Marine, Gasoline, Universal, Utility four, Models BN, BNM, BNR, BNMR. * Jan. Buda Silver Crown Marine Engine. * Operating nstructions, Palmer Model LLH Engine, Stationary, Diesel, Witte Vertical. * July 38. Operating nstruction Book for Alco- Sulzer Two Cycle Diesel Engines Engine, Marine, Diesel, Caterpillar, Model D Engine, Power Unit, Diesel, Caterpillar, Model D Engine, Power Unit, Diesel, Caterpillar, Model D8800. * Nov. 44. Engine, Marine Diesel, Caterpillar Model D4600.

93 p NlJMBER DATE, TTLE AND CHANGES DATE, TTJ,E AND CHANGES l- TRANSPORTATON (WATER AND RAL)-Continued TM Engine, Outboard Unit, Gasoline, Chrysler, Model Nov. 43. Engine, Marine, Diesel, General Motors, Model A Engine, Marine, Diesel, General Motors, Model 3-268A Engine, Marine, Diesel, General Moton, Model A Engil1e, Marine, Diesel, General. Motors, Model Engine, Marine, Diesel, General Motors, Models 3-71 and 6-71: April 44. Engine, Marine, Diesel, Buda-Lanova, Model 6-DCMR Engine, Marine, Gasoline, Sterling Viking Engine, Marine, Gasoline, Sterling Admiral V Engine, Marine, Gasoline, Sterling, Model L Engine, Marine, Diesel, Clark, Models MD4 and MD6. * Nov. 44. Engine, Marine Diesel Cooper-Bessemer Model GSB-8; 6 Units Engine, Marine, Gasoline, Chri~-Craft, Models K., KR & KB Engine, Marine, Gasoline, Chris-Craft, Model WR Nov. 44. Engine, Marine Diesel, Enterprise Engine, Marine, Gasoline, Briggs & Stratton, Model B Engine, Marine, Diesel, Fairbanks-Morse, Model 35F8-3/ Aug. 44. Fairbanks-Morse, Model 35F14M, Marine Diesel Engines Engine, Marine, Diesel, Fairbanks-Morse, Model 136A4-1/ Engine, Marine, Diesel, Fairbanks-Morse, Models 36A5-1/2 and 36AA Engine, Marine, Diesel, Fairbanks-Morse, Model 35F10M Engine, Marine, Diesel, Fairbanks-Morse, Model 37-E July 44. Engine, Marine, Diesel, Fairbanks-Morse, Model 37-F Engine, Marine, Diesel, Fairbanks-Morse, Model 37-E Oct. 44. Engine, Marine Diesel, Wolverine, Cylinder Oct. 44. Browning LocQmotive Cranes, nstructions and Repairs. * Maintenance Publications, Kermath Sea Chief Pumper and Generator, 2 1 h 25 KW. * Aug. 43. Electric Propulsion Equipment for United States Army Tugs LT-454, LT-455, LT-456, * Maintenance Publications, Onan Electric Plant, Model OTC-15BE. 82. TECHNCAL REGULATONS. (For description see par. 11). TR lsoq-30g 21 May 29. Browning Aircraft Machine Gunl, Caliber.30; M1918-M1 and )(1919. TR B 2 Jan. 40. Gun and Carriage, 75-mm, M1916 A, and M1916-MAl A 15 Jan mm Howitzer Materiel, M1918 and M1918-Al DB 29 Nov. 38. Altimeters. 132o-DL 30 Dec. 38. Data Transmission Systems, M2, M2Al, and M2A2, nstrument Trailers, - M2 and M2A1 (ncluding Power Units) A 28 Nov. 27. Ammunition for 240-mm -Howitzer, M1918 (Schneider). ' 1405-A 10 Dec. 32. Special Field Artillery Vehicles B 2 Jan. 40. Gun and Carriage, 75-mm, M1916A1 and M916-MAl. 33. TRANNG CRCULARS. (For description see par. 11). The training circulars listed below are still in force. Those training circulars and parts of training circulars which are not listed below have been incorporated in other publications or have served the purpose for which issued, are rescinded. --_._----.~----- Jl'UMBER TTLE DATE Protection Afforded by the 16 Oct Standard Service Gas Mask and M1 Training Mask. 2. Joint Army and Navy Radio Pro 16 Jan cedure, J oint Army and Navy Radio Pro 3 Mar cedure, Reading Courses for Officers... 5 Apr Modifications of 3-Gallon Demus 20 Aug tardizing Apparatus Use of High-Pressure Hose in 25 Aug Cleaning. 54. Preventive Maintenance Sep Changes in FM Sep Field Camouflage. 2 Oct Protective Concealment of Large nstallations. 31 Oct TF , Articles of War Feb Standard Basic Grid for Joint Army-Navy Operations. 11 Apr Air-Ground Visual Communication. 12 May Chemical Defense of Air Establishments. 16 May Pole Line Construction Jun Use of Type A- Target Lamp fol!' Night Firing Antiaircraft Artillery Units. 21 Jul Captured talian ntelligence Report Regarding Violations of Radio Security Measures in a Particular Operation. 5 Aug Adoption of 24-Hour Clock System 10 Aug as Official Time System for United States Army- Changes in Training Publications.

94 NUl\BER TTLE DATE TTLE DA.T '.' TRANKG CRCULARS-Continued Notes on Jungle Warfare Heat Exhaustion and Fatigue.. Radio Jamming... Medical Procedures Defined... Destruction of Abandoned Signal Communication Materiel in Combat Zone.. Chemical Defense of Air Establishments. War Department Film Bulletins. Radio Transmissions "n the Clear".. Description and Use of mprovised Boom Equipment.. Processing of Captured Materiel for ntelligence Purposes. 'Val' Department Film Bulletins. Training in nternational Morse Code. Physical Training Camouflage of Guns and Vehicles.. Phonetic Alphabet and Pronunciation of Numerals. Safeguarding Military nformation. ll. Processing of Captured Matei'iel for ntelligence Purposes.. Coordination with Civilian Traffic Authorities in Matters Pertaining to Military Convoy Movements.. Safeguarding nformation Relative to Convoy Movements. Transliteration of J a pit n e s e Words. Ricochet Fire.... Definition of.jammed, Jamming, and nterference.. Training in ntern'l Morse Code.. 'Vat Department Film Bulletins.. Description and US! of mprovised Boom Equipment.. Frequency Meter Sets SCR-211 A, SCR-211-C -Changes in Tl\f Destructi.on of Ordnance Materiel in mminent Capture in Combat Zone. Adjustment of Receiver and Transmitter to Assigned Frequency.. Destruction of Ordnance Materiel in Event of mminent Capture in Combat Zone.. Destruction of Abandoned Signal Communication Materiel in Combat Zone. Destruction of Ordnance Materiel in Hands of Ordnance Troops in Event of mminent Capture in Combat Zone. 18 Aug. 22 Aug. 22 Aug. 8 Sep. 8 Sep. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 6 Nov. 7 Nov. 12 Nov. 17 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Nov. 4 Dec. 5 Dec. 8 Dec. 14 Dec. 17 Dec. 22 Dec. 31 Dec J Jan Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb ; Recovery and Evacuation of Materiel by Service Units in Theater of Operations. Training in ndividual Trl.\cer Control of Caliber.50 Machine Guns Against Aerial Targets. Uselof Test Set -56-A.. Field Artillery Trainer M3.. Sighting Device Kit, Emergency, Crash Fire Fighting Equipment, for Mobile Decontaminator M3Al.. Practice in nternational Morse Characters. Mountain and Cold Weather Equipment. Cold 'Veather Clothing Tanks, Light, M5, M5A1, and Carriage, Motor, M8 Final Drive nstallation. ll. Tank, Medium, M4A4, Differences in Fuel Pumps. Spark Test for Location of Field Wire nsulation Faults. 1. Truck, Amphibian, %,-Ton, 4 by 4, nstructions for Sealing Threaded Connections on Fuel Line. n. Browning l\'lachine Guns, Caliber.50, M2, Aircraft, and Caliber.50, M2, Water-Cooled, Type of Oil for Oil Buffers.. Wheels, Bogie, Medium Tank Suspension System, G l' e a s e "eaks due to Bearing Looseness. V. Wearing of Headset HS Destruction of Abandoned Engineer Material in Combat Zones. Pneumatic Floats, 12-Ton, for Reinforcing Ponton Bridges.. Carriage, Motor, 3-nch Gun, MO and M0A1-mportance of Locking Turret.. Motor Vehicles - Placement of Caution.. Hifle, U. S., Caliber.30, Ml; Lubrication with Grease, Rifle.. Truck, Amphibian, 2%-Ton, 6 x 6 (General Motors) (Dukw 353) Hull Drainage, Ventilation, and Care.. Tank, Medium, M4A2, and Carriag'e, Motor, 3-nch Gun, M0 -Removal of Water from En gine Compartment.. Machine Gun Spare Parts.. V. Tank, Medium M3, M3Al, M3 A2, M3A3, M3A4, M3A5,M4, M4Al, M4A2, M4A3, M4A4; Carriage, Motor, 8-nch Gun, M0; Carriage, Motor 8-nch Gun, M0A; Carriage, Motor, 1,S5-mm Gun M12; and Howitzer, 105-mm, M7; Descending Steep Grades. 27 Feb. 1943' 1 Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Apr Apr Apr. 1941, 17 Avr Apr Apr Apr May 1941

95 TlTLB DAT. TTLll DATe TRANNG CRCULARS-Continued 80 War Department Photographic 4, May 1943 Libraries OJ 65.., OJ 70 :., J1..[11 '12,., < 84. <., 86 : 89 ' '4..'11 t5. '", '9.. ct, 101..r", 102, Radio.set SCR-299-C Medium Tanks M3 and M4, and Carriage, MQtor, 105-mm Howitzer, M7-Engine Operation. Use of Sack, Gas-Resistant, Ml. Destruction of Chemical Warfare Materiel and Supplies.. Recovery and Evacuation of Materiel by Service Units in Theater of Operations. Use of Test Set -56-C. Recognition of nsignia of Rank and Courtesies Between Personnel of United State. and Allied Forces. Recommended Syllabus for Security T r a i n i n g n Radio Schools. Oil Recoil, Special-Replacement for Oil, Recoil, Heavy, in Recoil Mechanisms Operating n Temperatures below 15 F. Dummy Training Compass...:.,. Cold Weather Clothing.. Handling of Explosives-Eleetrio Blasting Caps.. nstructions for Use of Pockets, Cartridge, Caliber.30, M1, Carbine or Rifle; Bag, Canrying, Rocket M6. Standard Firing Device Base Compared with Special Clip or Snout Base.. Carriage, Howitzer, 105-mm, M2 and M2Al - Prevention 'of Damage to Reeuperator Cylinder while Using 87-mm Subcaliber Mount M16.. Adaptation of the M1987 Army Field Range for the Purpose of Baking Bread under Emergency Condition Engineer Units '.'. Kit, Emergency, Crash Fire- Fighting E qui p men t for Power~Driven Decontaminator M4. Spiral-Four Cable. Landward Firing with Seacoast Armament Mountain and Col d Weather Equipment. Miscellaneous uses of Decontaminating Apparatus M3Al and M4 (Power-Driven 400-Gal- on). Destruction of Aircraft and Components. Number of Mast Sections and Length and Type of Lead-in Wire to be' Used with Radio Sets SCR-508, SCR-528, SC& 5 May J "., 8 May May ; 13 May May "" 21 May , 21 May '., 123 ~, 22 May : 125 '., 28 May 1943 i Jun t Jun ~1 131., 1.. <0' 14 Jun , Jun S..,.. 19 Jun Jun Jul Jut , Jut Jut Aug Aug i Sep ; , 15. 0; ,., 19 :. 510, SCR-608, SCR-628, and SCR-610. Employment of Mechanized Cavalry Unit.. Supersession -of TF Rescission of Training Circular. Firing at Unseen Targets by Antiaircraft Artillery. Employment of Airborne and Troop Carrier Forces.. Load Classification and Marking of Bridges and Military Vehicles.. nstruction of Personnel in Prevention of Food Wastage.. Lecture No. 1.. Lecture No.2. Safety Precautions. Mine-Field Marking.. Change in Training Circular No ' Antiaircraft Artillery... Employment of Tanks and Tank Destroyers as Artillery. 105-mm Howitzer M3, High Angle Firing. Recognition Training Aids.... Changes in Training Circular No. 118, Training in nternational Morse Code. Training Aid: "Graphic Portfolio-First Aid." Training in Map Reading.. Marksmanship Co u r s e for Browning Machine Gun, Caliber.30, M Change in Training Circular No. 1, Correction in Changes No.1, FM Change in Training Circular No. 32, First-Aid Packets for Training Purposes. Signal Training D uri n g Sea Voyages.. Addition to Training Circular No.2, Change in Classification of Technical Manuals and Shifting of Transfer Case in Heavy Duty Trucks. Load Classification and Marking of Bridges and Military Vehicles. Marksmanship Co urs e for Browning Machine Gun, CaUber.30, M1919A4 and 1\11919 A6, Ground. Subcaliber Qualification Course for Antitank Weapons.. Changes in Training Circular No. 123, Sep Sep Sep ct"943 1 Nov. 2 Nov. 4 Nov. 10 Nov. 11 Nov. 13 Nov. 13 Nov. 2 Dec. 14 Dec. 1 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 21 Jan. 24 Jan. 1 Feb. 8 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb Mar Mar tl Mar Mar Mar. 1944

96 TTLE DATU TTLE DATU TRANNG CRCULARS-Continued. Publi~ation of Changes in Training Literature. 20., Crew Drill and Ta~tical Employ- 31 Mar ment of the 2-nch Mortar M , Snake, Demolition, M2, Assembly 1 Apr and Use Sex Hygiene and Venereal Dis- 1 Apr eases Employment of Antiaircraft Ar- 8 Ap'r tillery Guns as Reinforcing Field Artillery. 25"01 Graphic Portfolio, Elementary 12 Apr Map Reading (GTA 5-2) nstructional Materials for Spe- 12 Apr cial Training Units. j Ballistic Winds for Meteorolog;i- 20 Apr cal Messages Using Radar Data. 29. '.J Use of Base Ejection Smoke 24 Apr ~hell ' Gunner Trainer Apr : Flying Safety; Standard Proce- 1 May 1944 dure n nstrument Weather Flying for Fighter Aircraft- ndividual, S qua d ' 0 n, and Group Employment of Anti~ircraft 2 May 194'4 Searchlights with Antiaircraft Automatic Weapons. 83. Employment of Amphibian Trac- 4 May 1944 tors and Amphibian Tanks. 35. Tactical Use of Mechanized 8 May 1944 Flame Throwers E5Rl-5 and E Limited Distribution of Certain 17 May 1944 Training Circulars.. Changes in Chemical Warfare Terminology. V. FM 21-8, "Military Training Aids". 37"01 Requirement for Showing TF 25 May Discontinued. 88. J Safety Precautions'for Handling 26 May 1944 Explosive Components of Submarine Ground Mines: 89..., Ballistic Winds for Meteorologi- 26 May 1944 cal Messages' Using Radar Data. 42. J. Change in Classification of Tech- 19 Jun nical'manual Approved War Department Graphic Training Aid 3-3, "Slurry and Dry Mix for De contamination". 43 oj. Classification of Technical Manual Jul , Shell, Smoke, M89, for 75-mm ' ) Jul. Tank Guns Employment of Army Air Forces Liaison Squadrons. 11 Jul '., Engineer Armored Vehicle Jul Storage of Ammunition in the Field. 20 Ju H 48.., J , ' 74.. Combined Radiotelephone (R/T) Procedure for Ground Control Approach (Provisional). Field Artillery Accuracy.. Attack of Targets at Night.... Change in TM Correction in Changes No. 1, TM Training in Map Reading.. War Department Graphic Training Aid. 9-1, U. S. Carbine, Caliber.30, Ml. Corps of Engineers Technical Manuals (Maintenance Manuals and Parts Lists).. Correction in Training Circular No. 48, Combat ntelligence.. Unauthorized Literature: nstructions on Throwing Hand Grenades.. Stabilizers in Armored Vehicles.. Change in Classification of TM and FM's.. Coordination of activities between Signal Corps and units engaged in Construction Activities. Coordination and Cooperation between Artillery Units and AAF Weather Units. Spread Beam Lens Kit for 60-in. Portable Searchlight. Disassembly and crating of 105 mm Howitzer M2Hl on carriage M2A2.. Distribution of TC No. 59;.... nfantry Plotting Board M10. WAC Physical Fitness Rating.. General.,;..... Technical Considerations.. Tactical Employment. Flying Safety: Standard procedure in instrument weather flying for fighter aircraft-individual, squadron, and group. Mortar, 105-mm, T13, and mount, T12. Point-designation grid.. Stabilizers in Armored Vehicles. Classified..... Use of mil gridded oblique photography.. Limited distribution of certain Training Circulars.. Rescission of C4, FM :U-20.. Change in TC 97, WD, V. Redesignation of components of WD Graphic Training Aid, 5-6. Signal Operation nstructions. Employment of the 81-mm Mortar Platoon as a Battery and Massing Fire " ". Authentication Systems 26 Jul Jul Ju Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Sep Sep. 25 Sep. 26 Sep. 26 Sep. 10 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oet. 21 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct Nov Nov Nov '1 Nov Dec Dec. 1944

97 TTLll DATll TTLE WDLONo. DATE TRANNG CRCULARS-Continued Communication: nfantry-tanks- 22 Dec. Artillery Team. Classified 29 Dec Radio Sets SCR-80-( ) and 12 Jan SCR-828-( ) for Emergency Transmission of Base-end Data for Seacoast Artillery - Employment and Assignment of Frequency. 34. WAR DEPARTMENT LUBRCATON' OR. DERS. (For description see par. 12) TTLE WDLONo. DATE Ambulance, %. tol'l, 4 x 2 (Pack Apr. 94~ ard, ). Apparatus, Decontaminating, Aug Power-Driven, M3A2. Auger, Earth, Motorized (Buda, Sep HBG-40) Auger, Earth, Skid-Mounted, Aug Gasoline. (Highway Trailer Model HDM-S). Boat, Utility, Power, Gasoline, NaV ft. (Penn Yan, Model AT). -Briggs and St'rl\tton Engine Mar (Models A, AHL and AP) (For Reel Unit RL-26-A, B & C Lubrication; see Guide No. 3006). Bus, 29 Passenger (lhc K Jul and KS-5). Car, Armored, T17El Dec Car, Armored, Light, M Jan Car, Armored, Utility, M Jan 'Car, Half-Track, M9A1 (RC) Apr Car, Scout, M3Al Jan Car, 5 Pass., Light Sedan, 4 x Jan (Chevrolet). Car, 5 Pass., Light Sedan, 4 x Jan (Ford). Car, 5 Pass., Light Sedan, 4 x Jan (Plymouth) Car, 5 Pass., Medium Sedan 530 4, Apr (Packard Models 160, 2008, Clipper). Carriage, Motor, 87-mm Gun, Dec M6. Carriage, Motor, 57-mm Gun, 184 T Feb Carriage, Motor, 76-mm Gun, 143 M18 (T70). 1 Apr Carriage, Motor, 90-mm Gun, M Jul Carriage, Motor, 90-mm Gun, Aug M36B1. Carriage, Motor, mm Gun, 110, 110A M Feb Carriage, Motor, 3-in. Gun M Jan Carriage, Motor, 3-in. Gun, Feb M10A1. 96 Carriage, Motor, 75-mm How Dec itzer, M8. Carriage, Motor, 75-mm How Mar itzer, T30. Carriage, Motor, 105-mm How May 1944 itzer, M7. Carriage, Motor, 105-mm How Apr itzer, M7Bl. Carriage, Motor, Multiple Gun, Nov M14. Carriage, Motor, Multiple Gun, Oct M15. Carriage, Motor, Multiple Gun, Mar M15Al. Carriage, Motor, Multiple Gun, Jan M16. Carriage, Motor, Multiple Gun, Apr M17. Carriage, Multiple Cal..50 Ma May 1944 chine Gun, M51. Carrier, 81-mm Mortar Half Aug Track, M4, M4A1, M21. Carrier, Cargo, M30 (T14) ,110A 28 Feb Carrier, Light Cargo, M29, M Sep C. Carrier, Personnel, Half-Track, Jan\ 1944 M3, M3A1. Carrier, Personnel, Half-Track, Apr M5, M5A1. Carrier, Universal, T Jun Cement Plant, Portable, Gaso Feb line, 30-TPH (Blaw Knox). Chest,CH-40 Sound Ranging Apr Set GR-3). Compressor, A i', Motorized, Jan CFM (LeRoi Model 105 GA) GMC 1v" to 3-ton, 4 x 4, Truck, Model AFKX-352. *Compressor, Air, Gasoline En Aug gine Driven, 7CFM, M1. Compressor, Air, Gasoline, Jul CFM with Attachments (Le- Roi Model 105 GA). Compressor, Air, Portable, Gas Feb oline, 60-CFM (Schramm Model Ford Air, 60). Compressor, Air, Trailer Mounted, Pneumatic Til' e s, 26 Nov Gasoline, 60-CFM (ngersoll Rand, Model D-60). Compressor, Air, Traile'r Mounted, Steel-Wheels, Diesel 15 Sep DFM (ngersoll Rand, ModeK-315). Compressor, Air, T ' a i e r July 1944 Mounted, Steel-Wheels, Diesel 500-CFM (Chicago Pneumatic, Model 500-PO-8). Compressor, Air, Trailer Mounted, Steel Wheels, Oil 26 Nov Engine, 21O-CFM (ngersoll Rand, Model HK-210). Converter M Apr Conveyor, Belt, Gasoline (Bar- 1064,1064A ber Greene, Style N). 28 May 1943

98 -4 DATE. TTLE WDLONo. WAR DEPT. LUBRCATON ORDERS-Continued Conveyor, Belt, Transfer, Gas Mar oline Engine-Driven, 30-n. x, 35-Ft., Low Mast, For Crushing, Screening and Washing Plant, Gasoline, Pioneer. Conveyor, Belt, Transfer, Gaso Mar line Engine Driven, 30-in., x 50 ft., Low Mast, 300/400 FPM for Crushing, Screening and Washing Plant, Gasoline, Pioneer. Conveyor, Belt, Transfer, Gaso Mar line Engine Driven, 30-in., by 50 ft., High Mast, for Crushing, Screening and Washing Plant, Gasoline, Pioneer. Crane, Crawler-Mounted, Gaso- 1054,1054A, 24 Nov line, %,-cu. yd., with Attach- 1054B ments. (Koehring Model 304). Crane, Truck Mounted M2. 135,135A 1 Oct Crane, Truck-Mounted, Gaso- 1002,1002A 24 Nov line, %-cu. yd. (Quick-Way, Model E). Crane, Wharf, Portal, Diesel, 1070, 1070A 1 May 11)44 3Y2-Ton (Marion, Type 362). Crane, '''harf Portal Diesel 17-10n,10nA 1 May 1944 Ton (Marion). "'Crane (Wheeled), Mat her 6020,6020A 31 Aug Loadmaster 80 [on Tractor, Case LA (Gasoline)]. "'Crane (Wheeled), Mercer No. 6023,6023A 21 Sep~ [on Tractor, nternational Harvester, 1-4 (Gasoline)]. "'Crane (Wheeled), Mercer No. 6019,6019A 23 Aug [on Case Tractor D (Gasoline)]. "'Crane (Wheeled), Mercer No. 6018,6018A 19 Aug [on Tractor, Case, LA (Gasoline) ]. Crusher, Jaw-Type, Gasoline, 1100, nooa 2 Mar Crl1-wler, 30-in. x 42-in., 200 to 400-TPH (Model 56-A) for Crushing, Screening, and Washing Plant, Gasoline, Pioneer..Crusher, Rock, Jaw-Type, Nov Wheel, Trailer-Mounted, 7 Cu. Yd. Per Hour (Gruendler, Model 1016A) (nternational Harvester, Model U-4 Engine). Crusher, Roll-type, Gasoline, 1101, nola 2 Mar Crawler, 54-in. Dia. x 24-in. Face, 100 to 190 TPH, (Model 54-VA) for Crushing, Screening and Washing Plant, Gasoline, Pioneer. Crusher, Roll - Type, Gasoline, 1103, n08a 1 Mar Trailer - Mounted, 6 - S tee Wheels, 40-in., Dia. x 22-in. Face, 40- to 140-TPH, (Model 42-VA) for Crushing, Screening and Washing Plant, Gasoline, Pioneer. WDLO ~io. Crusher, Screen and Washer, 1102 Roll-Type, Belt-Driven, Crawler, 40-in. Dia. x 22-in. Face; 40- to 140-TPH, (Model 300-WA) for C l' U s h i n go, Screening and Washing Plant, Gasoline, Pioneer. Crushing and Screening Plant, 1034, 1034A '25 cu. yd., Gasoline, Primary Unit, (owa Army Mobile Model No.2). Crushing and Screening Plant, 1034B, 25 cu. yd., Gasoline, Second 1034C ary Unit, (owa Army Mobile Modd No.2). Dehydrator, Sand, Screw-Feed, 1104 Chain-Driven, Trailer-l\lounted, 4 Steel Wheels, 40 to 60 TPH, for Crushing, Screening and Washing Plant, Gasoline, Pioneer. Distributor, Asph<11t, 12i)() Gal., 1015 T rai ler- Moun ted, (Etnyre, Model MX). Distributor, Bituminous Ma te 1080 rial, Truck-Mounted, 8()()-GaL, Gasoline (Etnyre, Model MX, Style RE) with LeRoi Engine Model P2877D2 or D-140-P7. Distributor, \V ate 1', Truck 1081 Mounted, 1000-Gal., Gasoline Engine-DriYen (Rosco, Model MME, with 'Wisconsin VEl Ellgine). DATE 1 Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Jun *Jitching Machine, Larldel'-T:,pe, 1033,1033A 1 Sep Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline Digging Depth 8-ft., Width 18 to 24-in. (Barber-Greene Model Model 44-C). Ditching Machine, Wheel-Type, 1042,1042A 4 Dec Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline (Cleveland Trencher, Model 110). *Dryer, Agg-reg-ate, llual-11rum, 1060,1060A, 1 Sep Travel or Central Plant, Trail- 1060B er-mounted, 80 to 150 Tons Per H 0 u l' (Barber-Greene, Model 833). ~Dryer, Aggregate, Single-Drum, 1068, 1068A Semi-Trailer Mounted, Pneu- 1068B matic Tires 15 to 30--TPH. (Barber-Greene Model 831). *Dynamotor BD-n *Dynamotor PE *Engine, Diesel, Marine, Busch Sulzer 6-DFMT-17. "'Engine, Diesel, Marine Cater pillar D8800, D11000, D *Engine, Diesel, Marine Cater pillar D *Engine, Diesel, Marine Enter prise DMG 6. Engine, Diesel, Marine (Clark 7008 MD4, MD6). 80 Sep Apr Apr Aug Aug Aug Aug. 194~ 8 Aug \ 11 Engine, Diesel, Marine (Cum Aug ' mini AMR602). i \ ~ "!

99 $ TTLB WDLOJf.. DATH TTLB 'WDLONo. WAR DEPT. LUBRCATON ORDER8--Continued Engine, Diesel, Marine (Cum Aug mins HMR 602, 603). Engine, Diesel, Marine (Cum Aug mins HMRS 602, 603). Engine,.Diesel, Marine (Gray 7020 Aug lN9, 64-TL, 1, 34). Engine, Diesel, Marine (GMC 7003 'T Aug. 19' A). Engine, Diesel, Marine (GMC Aug ). Engine, Diesel, Marine (GMC Aug A) (Reduction Gear & Propulsion Electric Motor). *Engine, Diesel, Marine, Turbo Aug. 1944, charged Enterprise DMG 88, DMQ 36, DMQ 38. ~ Engine, Diesel, Marine Propul Aug sion, Baldwin VQ-DR. Engine, Diesel, Marine (Wolver or Aug ine 6). Engine, Gasoline, Marine (Con Aug tinental Commando R-6602). Engine, Gasoline, Marine (Con Aug tinental nvincible M-6330). Engine, Gasoline, Marine (Gray ). Engine, Gasoline, Marine (Gray 7019 Aug a Aug e Sea Scout). Engine, Gasoline, Marine Pro Jul pulsion (Chrysler M6, M7, M8, M10). Engine, Gasoline, Marine (Hall Aug Scott Defender). Engine, Gasoline, Marine (Hall Aug Scott nvader). *Engine, Gas 0 lin e, Marine, Aug Lathrop M43. *Engine, Gas 0 lin e, Marine, Aug. 1~44 (Packard 4M-'2500 Types 8 thru 17). *Engine, Gas 0 1i n e,,marine, Aug Scripps 160, 162, 170, 172, 200. *Engine, Gas 0 lin e, Marine, Aug Scripps V-12, 302 H.Q. *Engine, Steam, Marine, Skin Aug ner 16;1 Stroke 600 H.P. Engine, Steam, Marine, Skin Aug ner 24" Stroke 1200 H.P. Facsimile Transceivers FX Apr; 1944 and FX-1-B (F a c s i mil e Equipments RC-120 and RC 120-B). Finisher, Asphalt, Gasoline. 1063,1063A 28 May 1943 (Bar~r-Greene Model 879 A). Finisher, Concrete, Form-Rid 1082, 1082A 26 Feb ing, 20-ft., Gasoline, (Blaw- Knox, Model XC). Flame-Thrower, Portable, M May 1944 Generatol', Field., Lamp. Operating LO or Oct Generator ~et, Portable, Diesel, Feb KW., 127/220-Volt, 8 Phase, 60-qcle or 230/.ao- Volt, 3-Phase, 50-cycle (Rog ers Diesel & Aircraft Corp.). Gen!J:ator Set, Portable, Diesel, KW., V, 3-Phase, 60 - Cycle or V, 3 Phase, 50-Cycle (Ready Power, Model RD-6A). Generator Set, Portable, Diesel, KW., (Buda Model 6 DTG-317). Generator Set, Portable, Gaso line, Skid-Mounted, 3-KW., 115-Volt, 1-Phase, 60-Cycle, (Qnan, Model W3M). *Generator Set, Portable, Gaso line, Skid-Mounted, 5-KW 110 Volt, 1-Phase,60-Cycle (Qnan, Model WC4-7.5S). Generator, Smoke, M *Generator, X-Ray Field Unit, LQ Onan. Generating Unit, M5 and M Generating Unit, M Generating Unit, M Grader, Motorized, Diesel (Cat- 1003,1003A erpillar No. 12). Grader, Motorized, Gasoline 1004 (Galion Model 101). Grader, Road, Motorized, Diesel, ft. Moldboard, (G ali 0 n Model101-D). *Grader, Road, Towed-Type, 1020 Leaning - Wheel, Hand - Controlled, 10-ft. or 12-ft. Moldboard (Caterpillar, Models 44 and 66. Grader, Road, Towed, Hand Controlled, (Adams Models 104 and 124). Grader, R 0 ad, Towed-Type, 1073 Leaning - W h eel, Hand-Controlled, 6~1!-ft. Moldboard, (Adams Model 11 S). Gun, Automatic, 20-mm, Ml. 127 Mount, Gun, AA, 20-mm, M2 Al. Gun, Automatic, 37-mm, M1A2. Carriage, Gun, M3 and M3El. 1 Gun, Automatic, 37-mm, M1A2. 60 Carriage, Gun, 37-mm M3Al. Gun, Automatic, 40-mm, Ml. 61 Carriage, Gun, 40-mm, M1, M1A1, M2, M2A1 (AA).. Gun, Automatic, 40-mm, Ml. 209 Mount, Gun, 4-mm, M5. Gun, 37-mm, M3. Carriage, Gun, 37-mm, M4, M4A1 (AT). 2 Gun, 57-mm, Ml. Carriage, Gun, mm, M1, M1A1, M1A2, M1A3. Gun, 7t'i-mm, M1897A4. Carriage, Gun, 75-mm, M2A1, M2A2. Gun, 75-mm, M1897A4. Car- 9 riage, Gun, 75-mm, M2A3. 23 Sep Nov Aug Aug Jun Dec Feb., Mar Jun Mar Mar Jul Sep Apr Nov Feb Jan Aug Nov May Jan May 1944 U Jan Jan. 1944

100 , 14-2 TTLE WDLONo. DATE WAR DEP1:. LUBRCATON ORDERS-Continued Gun, 75-mm, M4. Mount, Gun, Apr Airplane, 75-mm, M6. Gun, 75-mm,. M5 (T3El) Feb Mount, Gun, Airplane, 75-mm, M9 (T13E2). Gun, 90-mm, Ml. Mount, Gun, 'T 1 Sep ; 'AA, 90-mm, Ml. Gun, 90-mm, Ml. Mount, Gun, Mar AA, 90-mm, T2El. Gun,90-mm, Ml. Mount, Gun, 128, 128A 18 Nov mm, M3.. Gun, 90-mm, MAl. Mount, Gun, Aug AA,90-mm, MAl. Gun, 90-mm, M2. Mount, Gun, 142, 142A 26 Nov AA, 90-mm, M2. Gun, 120-mm, Ml. Mount, Gun; 75,75A 20 Mar AA, 120-mm, Ml. Gun, 155-mm, M1917, M1918Ml Jun Carriage, Gun, 155-mm, M2, M3. Gun, 55-mm, Ml and MA May 1944 Carriage, Gun, 155-mm, Ml. Gun, 3-in. (15PDR), M1902Ml Feb '. Carriage, Barbette, 3-in. (15 PDR), M1902. Gun, 3-in. (15PDR), M1903, Apr. 1,942 Carriage, Barbette, 3-in. (15 PDR), M1903. Gun, 3 - in., AA, M1917A2. 8 a Nov. '1943 Mount, Gun, AA, 3-in., M 1917Mll.. Gun, 3-in., AA, Ml and M Jun Mount, Gun, AA, 3-in., M2 A2. Gun, 3-in., M5. Carriage, Gun, Jul in., Mland M6. Gun, 4.5-in., Ml. Carriage, Gun, Jan in., Ml, MAL Gun, 6-in., M1900. Carriage, 72 2 Feb Barbette, 6-in., M1900. Gun, 6-in., M1903A2. Carriage, 205,205A 28 Mar Barbette, 6-in., M2. Gun, 6-in., T2. Carriage, Barb- "205, 205A 28 Mar ette, 6-in., M4. Gun, 6-in., M1903A2, M1905A2. 99; 99A 10 Feb Carriage, Barbette, 6-in., Ml. Gun, 6-in., T2. Carriage, Barb 99,99A 10 Feb ette, 6-in., M3. Gun, 8-in., M1888. Carriage, Apr Barbette, 8-in., M918 (Railway).. Gun, 8-in., Ml. Carriage, Gun, 100, 100A 1 Feb in., M2..Gun, 8-in., Mk. V, Mod. 3A Mar Carriage, Gun, Barbette, 8-in., Ml. Gun, 8-in., MK V, Mod. 3A Apr Mount, Railway, Gun, 8-in.~ MAl. Gun, 12-in., M1895, M1895Al, 73,7aA M1895A2, M1895A3, M1895A4, 14 Apr M1895M1, M1895M1A1, M1895M1A2, M1895M1A3. Carriage. Barbette, 12-in., M1917. TTLE WDLONo. DATE Gun, 16-in., M1919Ml1. Carriage, Barbette, 16-in., M ,14A 15 Apr Gun, 16-in., MK, Ml. Carriage, Bar bet t e, 16-in., 74,74A 31 Aug Ml919Ml, M2, M3. Gun, 16-in., MK, M1, Carriage, Barbette, 16-in., M4. Gun, 16-in., MK, Ml. Carriage, Barbette,. 16-in., M5. Half-Track, 81-mm Mortar Carrier, M4, M4A1, M2l. Half-Track Car, M9A1 (!HC). HalfcTrack Personnel Carrier, M3, M3Al. Half-Track Personnel Carrier, M5, M5Al. Hand Generators (Radio) GN 35, 37, 44, 45, 53, 54 and , 146A Dec Feb Aug Apr Aug Apr Apr He~ter, Asphalt, 2-Car and May 1943 Car, Gasoline (Cleaver-Brooks Model DS). *Hoist, Diesel, Double-Drum, 6 Ton (Jaeger 2D3) with nternational Harvester UD-18 Engine) Aug Hoist, Gasoline, Double-Drum, Apr Ton (Jaeger, Model 2A, Dixie Special). Howitzer, 105-mm, M2A1. Carriage, Howitzer, 105-mm, M2, M2A1, M2A Dec Howitzer, 105-mm, M3. Carriage, Mar.'1944 Howitzer, 105-mm, M3, M3Al. Howitzer, 155-mm, M1918. Carriage, Feb Howitzer, 155-mm, M 1918A3. Howitzer, 155-mm, Ml. Carriage, Jan Howitzer, 155-mm, M1, M1Al. How i t z e r, 240-mm, M1918, 69,69A 1 Jun M1918A1, M198M1, M1918M 1Al. Carriage, Howitzer, 240 mm, M198, M98Al. Howitzer, 240-mm, M1918Ml, 145, 145A 7 Dec M1918MAl. Carriage, Howitzer, 240-mm, M1918A2. Howitzer, 240-mm, Ml, Carriage, Howitzer 240-mm, M. Howitzer, 8-in., Ml. Carriage, Howitzer, 8-in., Ml. Howitzer, Pack, 75-mm, M1, 100,100A Feb May Feb MAl. Carriage, Howitzer, 75-mm, M3A1, M3A2, M3A3. Howitzer, Pack, 75-mm, M1, Feb MAl. Carriage, Howitzer, 75-mm, MS. Kettle, Asphalt Repair, Trailer Feb Mounted, with Motor Driven Hand Spray, 110 and 165 Gal. Capacity (Littleford Models US 66 and 84 HD 3). Landing Vehicle, Tracked (armored), Jun Mk., LVT (A) (1). 99..

101 , TlTLB WDLONo. DATB TTLJl WDLONo. DATE l i ~ i ~ ~ WAR DEPT. LUBRCATON ORDER8-Continued Landing Vehicle, Tracked (ar Jul mored), Mk. V, LVT (A) (4). Landing Vehicle, Tracked (un 141 armored), Mk., LVT (2). Landing Vehicle, Tracked (un 206 armored), Mk. V, LVT (4) l ,1061A 15 Jun May 1944 y Limber, Carriage, Heavy, M2, 3 May' 1944 M May Loader, Aggregate, B u eke t 15 Sep Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline, 3 cu. yd., 19-ft. 10-in., Boom or 17-ft. 4-in. Boom (Barber- Greene Models &2-AD or 8 AM). Mixer, Asphalt, Diesel (Barber- 1062,1062A 20 May 1943 Greene Model 848). -Mixer, Con ere t e, Gasoline, 1058 Trailer - Mounted, 7-Cu. Ft. (Koehring, Model 7SA-5). Mixer, Concrete, 14 cu. ft., Gas 1036 oline (Ransome Model 14-S U). 30 Sep Apr Mixer, Asphalt, Gasoline En 1067,1067A 20 Sep gine-driven, Repair P ant. Semi-Trailer-Mounted, Pneumatic Tires, 15 to 30-TPH, Barber-Greene, Model Mixer, Rotary-Filled, Soil-Stab 1017 ilization, Gasoline, Seft-Powered, Trailer-Mounted (Seaman, Model MHD-72, Chicago Fence, M6del CF-72). Mixer, Rotary, Tiller,\Soil Sta 1094 biization, Power Take-Off, (Seaman Model ABT-48). 14 Jul Dec Mixer, Soil Preparation Unit, 1069, 1069A 30 Sep Gasoline, Semi-Trailer-Mounted, Pneumatic Tires, 20 to 40 TPH, (Barber-Greene, Model 821). ' Mortar, 12-in., M1890M1. Car riage, M 0 r tar, 1 2'- inc h, M1896M1. Mortar, 12-in., M1890M1. Carriage, Mortar, M1918 (Railway). Oscillograph Equipment, le (Sound Ranging Set GR-3). Paver, Con ere t e, Crawler 1037, 1037A Mounted, 34-Cu. Ft. (Foote Model 34-E)., Portable Flame Thrower M placements. Power Unit, Gasoline Driven, 1106 Trailer-Mounted 4-Steel Wheels, HP. (Wau, kesha, Model 6 WAKU), for Crushing, Screening and Washing Plant, Gasoline, Pioneer. 15 Apr Apr Apr Sep. i944 5 May Apr Power Plant and Accessories 201, 201A for: Gun, 16-in., Mk. 11, Ml; Carriage, Barbett e, 16-in., M4, M5. Power Plant for 6-in. Gun Em 599, 99A 10 Feb placements. l205,205a 28 Mar Power Plant for 12-in.Gun Em,73, 73A 14 Apr Mar Power Unit PE-49-D, po and 3007 G. Power Unit PE-52-D, E, and 3045 F; Electric, 115 V. AC, 60 Cycle, Sip.gle Phase, 3 K. V. A. Power Unit PE-63-':H Power Unit PE-74, 84, 137, Power Unit, PE-75, Electric, 3016 AC, 2112 K. W. Power Unit, PE Power Unit PE-95-A, Band C Power Unit PE-95-E, G and 3026 H; Electric, AC, 5-10 K. W. Power Unit PE-99; Electric, Volts, AC, 60 Cycles, 3 Phase, 7.5 K.y.A. Power Unit, PE ' Power Unit PE-127-A & R 3056 Power Units PE-162 and PE A. Power Unit PE-l73 (Eqllipped 3064 with Engine Kit 602A--P2). Power Unit PE-183 & PU ;)8 Power Unit PE-185-A and' B Power Unit PE Power Unit PE m Power Unit, PE-201-A, Band 3047 C. Power Unit PE-205-B & PE B. Power Unit PE-210, PE B. Power Unit PE-254-A... 30G! Power Unit PU-6/TPS.; Power Unit PE-HC-43 through 3052 PE-HH-43 (Charging Set SCR-169). Power Unit PE-HJ-43 (Charg 3053 ing Set SCR-169). Power Unit PE-HJ-43 (Charg 3051 ing Set SCR-169). *Print Dryer PH-75 (PAKO 3804 Economy Dryer Model -SE). *Projector Equipment PH-398 & 3802 PH-398-A (RCA Models PG 200 & PG-20o-A). Pump Asphalt, Trailer-Mount 1066 ed with Distributor Attachments (Littleford Model 3-C). Pump, Centrifugal, Gasoline, 1085 Base-Mounted 2-in. Discharge, 55-GPM, 50-ft., Head (Jaegel', Carver and R~d Jacket, Models 2APS-1). Pump, Centrifugal, Gasoline 1086 Engine-Driven, Base-Mounted, 2-in. Discharge, 166-GPM at 25-ft. Head (Novo, Model KH-2). Pump, Centrifugal, Gasoline 1107 Engine - Driven, T r a i e r M 0 u n ted, 6-in. Discharge, 1000 gal. per minute at 80 ft. head, (Jaeger Model 6-PO) with Waukesha Model 6 24 Mar Apr Jun May Mar Mar Apr Mar Apr Apr. 1944' 10 May Apr May May Jan Mar May Mar Jun May May May Mar Mar Mar Feb Apr Aug Jan Mar Mar. 1944

102 TTLE WDLONo. DATJl TTLE WDLONo. DATE WAR DEPT. LUBRCATON ORDERS-Continued SPKR Engine, for Crushing, Screening and Washing Plant, Gasoline, Pioneer. Pump, Deep Well, Gasoline Engine-driven, 30-GPM at 250 ft. Head (Peerless, Model 42). Pump, Deep Well, Gasoline Engine-Driven, 60-GPM at 250 ft. Head (Peerless, Model 52). Recoil Fluid Guide, Antiaircraft and Field Artillery (37-mm to 75-mm inclusive, 3-in. to 240-mm inclusive). 'Recoil Fluid Guide, Seacoast Artillery. Reel Hand Axle RL Roller, Road, Gasoline, Tandem, 2-Axle, 2- to 2%-ton (Ferguson Model 151). Roller, Road, Gasoline, Tandem 2 - A x e, 5-8 toll (Buffalo Springfield Model KT-16). Roller, Road, Gasoline, 3-Wheel, 10-ton (Galion, Model Chief). Scout Car, M3Al.. Scraper, Road, Motorized, Cable-Operated, 12-cu. yd. (Le Tourneau, Model Super, "c" Turnapull with Model LP Carryall) (Cummins, Model HBD-600 Diesel Engine). Scraper, noad, Towed-Type, Hydraulic-Operated, 1% Cu. Yd. (LaPlant-Choate Model CAB). Scrubber andwasher, Paddle Type,: Gasoline, Trailer Mounted, 6-Steel Wheels, 80 to 100 TPH. (Model Log Washer) (For Crushing, Screening and Washing Plant, Gasoline, Pioneer). Semi-trailer, S p e cia1, Drop Frame, 25-ton Ponton (Trailer Co. of America, Fruehauf Trailer Co. and E 1 e c t ric Wheel Co., Model Semi-trailer, S p e cia ', Drop Frame, 10-ton Ponton, (Trailer Co. of America Mod e ) Fruehauf Trailer Co., Model Shop, Engineer, Motori~ed, Aviation, Battalion, Welding (Couse Type A). Shop, Engineer, Mot 0 r i zed, Aviation Battalion, Machine (Couse, Type B). Shovel, Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline, % and % Cu. Yd. (Link Belt, Speeder Models LS-40 and LS-50). Shovel, Crawler-Mounted, Diesel, 2-cu. yd. (Thew Model Lorain 82). " D May Apr Feb Mar Dec Feb. 194' 30 Jun May Jan Jun Jul Mar Sep Jul Nov ,lD18A 24 Nov Sep ,1021A, 1 Dec B,1021C 101 Shovel, Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline, 7» cu. yd. with Attach 1023, 1023A 15 Sep.1944 ments (Bucyrus~Erie Model 15-B}. Shovel, Power, Gasoline, % eu. 1007,1007A 17 Mar yd. (Osgood, Type 20, (Model 200). Shovel, Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline, %. cu. yd. with Attach 1038B 1038, 1038A, 15 Jul ments (Buckeye Model 70). Shovel, Power, Push, Tractor Mounted, llfs cu. yd. (Athey Mobiloader Model W4) Caterpillar Tractor Model D-4. Soils Preparation Unit, Gasoline ,1069A 30 Nov Jul (Barber-Greene Model 821). Spreader, Concrete, Gasoline, Feb ft. Width (Blaw-Knox Model SA)., Tank, Asphalt, Steel, Trailer Mounted with Steam Coils 1500-Gal. (Littleford, Model 102-S). Tank, Asphalt, Steel, Truck Mounted, with Heating Flues 800 Gal. (Rosco Model RMU). " Tank, Light, M3A1, M3A3.. Tank, Light, M5, M5Al.. Tank, Light, T9El.... Tank, Light, T Tank, Medium, M3, M3A1, M3A2. Tank, Medium, M4, M4A1... Tank, Medium, M4A2 (75-mm Gun, Wet and Dry). Tank,Medium, M4A3... Tank, Medium, M4A4... Tank, Medium, M4A Tank, Medium, T23... Tank, Medium, T25E1, T26El. Tank Transporter 40-ton, M25. Tank Recovery Vehicle, M31... Tank Recovery Vehicle Equipment, M32 Series. Tractor, Crawler-Type, Diesel with Angledozer (Caterpillar, Model D-4), LeTourneau C4 Angledozer and T4 Power Control Unit. Tractor, Crawler-Type, Diesel, with Angle-Dozer (Caterpillar Model D-8) LeTourneau CK8 Angle-Dozer, FD8 and R8 Power Control Units. Tractor, Crawler, Diesel, 70 to 90 DBHP, Standard (Caterpillar Model D7) 74-in. Gage, with LeTourneau WCK7 Angledozer FTD7 and R7 Power Control Units. Tractor, Crawler, Gasoline, 15 DBHP (Clark, Model CA-l Clarkair) Jul ' 1076 Dec, Dec Mar Jan Apr May Mar Mar Mar Nov Apr Feb Apr ,138A 7 Jan '10 Feb May 1944 LO Oct Jul l 100S,100SA ) Jul 'i!l Jan \1 it! t,. i 'l "',,' l.1 'i i!i ; 1. f! 1. '

103 r , TTLE WDLON.. DATE TTLE..WDLONO. J)ATJ:1l WAR DEPT, LUBRCATON ORDERS-Continued.Tractor, Crawler, Gasoline, Sep DBHP (Caterpillar, Model ~. R4, 44-n. Gage, with LeTour. neau C-4 Angledozer and T-4 "Power Control Unit:. LeTourneau C-4 Angledozei and Le Tourne.au HN Power Control Unit with Hyster D4A Winch. Tractor, High-Speed, 13"ton, M Mar (HC). Tractor, High-Speed, 18-ton,M Oct (AC). Tractor, High-Speed, 3840n, 15 Mar M~ 147 (AC).. Tractor, J. 1. Case, Model, VAl 6011 (Gas). 20J.u 'Tractor, Snow, M7., Mar Tractor, Warehouse (J. 1. Case Ju Model VAlW). Tractor, Warehouse (nterna Ju 'tional Harvester Model 1-4). Tractor, Warehouse (nterna tional' Harvester Model 1-6). 17 Ju Tractor, Clarktor-6 (Standard 6008 and Mill Mod e s) (Clark 22 Ju Tructractor).-Tractor, (Wheeled), Case D Aug. '1944 (Gasoline). " ~Tractor (Wheeled), Case LA Aug (Gas,oline). -Tractor (Wheeled), Case LA6017A 12 Aug (Gasoline) (with Air Brakes & GarWood Winch). Tractor, Wheeled, Gasoline Mar (Case, Model D1). -Tractor, Wheeled, Rub b e r Sep Tired, Gasoline, 30-DBHP, S tan da r d (nternational, Model ~.)... J:'ractor, Wheeled, Rubber-Tired, Nov Gasoline, 40-DBHP, Standard (Case Model LA). J:'ractor, Wheeled, Rubber-Tired, Sep Gasoline, 23-DBHP, (Case, Model S Airborne) Loader, Bucket, Tractor-Mounting, Hydraulic-Operated (Hough, Model S).. -Tractor (Wheeled) Warehouse nternational Harvester Jl (Gasoline) -Tractor (Wheeled) Warehouse, 6039 nternational Harvester 1..,9 21 J (Gasoline), (with Capstan Winch, Gar Wood 636E. Trailer, Bomb, M O.t Trailer, Full, Low-Bed, 16"ton 1046 (C. R. Jahn Model LKD-616, 17 Feb Steel Products Model XBBM, LaCrosse, Model DF6-16; and Rogers Model H-16-L-C). Trailer, Generator, M7...., Jun Trailer, Mount, Multiple Cad Jul Machine Gun, M55. Trailer, Snow, 1 ton, M Mar *Trailer, Special Tandam, 7 to 14-Ton, 4DT, (Eidal, Model EL-30). *Trailer, 2-Wheel, Special 1 ~ Ton, Arc Welder (Electric Wheel, Model D-!752-5). Trailer, 1 ton, Two-Wheel S522 l5ll Trailer, 2-Wheel, Special, Pole- 1002,1002A Type, Flat-Bed Quick-Way, Shovel Attachments, ('fimpte, Model QWT-8)..Trailer, 4-Wheel, all models.. Trailer, M15 (Trailer for 40 Ton, Tank, Transporter, M25).. Transceiver, Facsimile, FX-l and FX-1B. Truck, l%-ton, 4 x 4, Telephone Maintenance (K-43) (Chevrolet G-7173); Tele phone Earth Borer (K-44) (Chevrolet G-7163). Truck, Amphibian, 2 :! -ton, 6 x 6 (GMC DUKW-353)..Truck, Bomb Lift, M22... Truck, Bomb Lift, M. *Truck. Bomb S e rv ice, M6 (Chevrolet). Truck, Bomb Service, M27... Truck, Fork Lift; Clark "Utilitrue" & "Carloader'" Cleveland "6000" (Gas). ' Truck, Fork Lift; Clark "Planeloader" (Gas). Truck, Fork Lift, Clark Tructractor Co. Medal Clipper (Gasoline) Truck, Fork Lift; Towmotor, L-46, LT-50, LT-53, LT-56, LT-62 and LT-72 (Gasoline). Truck, Fork Lift; Mobilift Model TAW (GAS), (Vaughan Motor Company). "'Truck, Fork Lift, Ross Carrier 15HT and 19HT (Gasoline). "'Truck, Fork Lift, Ross Carrier lsht (Gasoline). "'Truck, Fork Lift, Towmotor LT-40 & LT-44 (Gasoline). Truck Mounted Crane, M2... Trucks, Ordnance Maintenance, 2 1 h-ton, 6 x 6 (Repair, Tool and Bench, Spare Parts, etc.) : 2%-ton, 6 x 6, GMC Chassis. 2 :!-ton, 6x6, Studebaker Chassis. Truck, Tractor, M26, (Truck for40-ton, Tank Transporter, M25). Truck, Trailer, 40-ton, Tank Transporter, M25. Truck, Wrecking. Heavy. M1 (Ward LaFrance. Series 1) (Crane, Gar Wood). {~i~ 138,138A ,135A ,138A 138, 138A Jl1n Sep Jan Jan Nov iljan Oct Jan Apr Aug Jun Feb '1 Jan Jan~ Jtin Ju Ju Al1g. 1944,31 Jut Jun Jut Ju Al1g Oct, Mar Jun Jan Jan Feb. 1944

104 f r TTLE WDLON... DATE TTLE ~LON... DATE WAR DEPT. LUBRCATON ORDERS-Continued Truck, Wrecking, Heavy, M1 (Ward LaFrance, Series 2) (Crane, Gar Wood). Truck, Wrecking, Heavy, M1 (Ward LaFrance, Series 5) (Crane, Gar Wood). Truck, l4-ton, 4 x 4, (Ford-Wi!.ys). Truck, %-ton, 4 x 2 (Dodge). Truck, V2-ton, 4 x 2'(Ford). Truck, 2-ton, 4x 4 (Dodge) ~ Truck, i-ton and ~-ton, 4 x 2 (C~evrolet). Truck, ~-ton, 4 x 4 (Dodge)... Truck, 1%-ton, 4 x 2 (Chevrolet). Truck, 1%-ton, 4 x 2 (Dodge). Truck, 1%-ton, 4 x 2 (Ford) Truck, 1%-ton, 4 x 4 (Ford GTB). Truck, l%-ton, 4 x 4 (Chevrolet) Truck, 1112 to 3-ton, 4 x 4, GMC, Model A,FKX-352 (LeRoi Model 10.:i-GA Compressor). Truck, 1V2-ton, 6 x 6 (Dodge).. Truck, 2%-ton, 4 x 2 (Federal). Truck, 2%-ton, (HC). 4 x 2 (2dt) Truck, 2%-ton, 6 x 4 (GMC Model COW-353). Truck, 2%-ton, 6 x 4, Cargo (Studebaker) Truck, 2V2-ton, 6 x 6, Cargo (Studebaker, Reo). Truck,.2%-ton, 6 x 6 (GMC 537 AFKWX-353 COE). Truck, 211,-ton, 6 x 6, GhC, 1014 Model CCKW-353 (LeRoi Model105-GA Compressor). Truck, 2,i-ton, 6 x 6 (GMC 504. Models CCKW-352 and CCKW-353). Truck, 4-tQn, 4 x 4 (FWD Har 524 ). Truck, 4-ton, 6x6 (Diamond T). 507 Truck, 4-5 ton, 4x4, COE, Tractor (Federal Model 94 x C). Truck, 4-5 ton, 4 x 4, COE, Tractor (Autocar U-7144-T). Truck, 5-Ton, 4 x 2 (Mack EH). Truck, 5-ton, 4 x 2, Tractor (HC Models H-542-9, H~ ) (Marmon-Herrington. and Kenworth Models H ). Truck, 5-ton, 4 x 2 (HC Model KR-ll) Dec ,544A 11 Dec Jun Dec Apr Dec Jun Mar Feb Dec May Jan May Jan Jan Jul Dec Feb May Jun Jun Nov. U42 25 Mar May Jun May; Apr Aug Apr Jun Truck, 5-6 ton, 4 x 4, COE, Tractor (Autocar U-8144, U-8144 T). Truck, 6-ton, 6 x 6 (Brockway). Truck, 6-ton, 6 x 6 (Corbitt) ~. Truck, 6-ton, 6 x 6 (Mack Model N~). Truck, 6-ton, 6 x 6 (White).:. Truck, 7%-ton, 6 x 6 (Mack).. Truck, 10-Ton, 6 x 4, Cargo (Mack Model NR). Truck, 10-ton, 6 x 4, Diesel, Prime-Movl'!r and General Service Load Carrier (White 1064). Truck, 12-ton, 6 x 4, M20 (Diamond T Model 980, 981) (Tractor for 45-ton Tank Transporter, M19). Truck, 20-ton, 6 x 4, Diesel Tractor (Federal Model 604). Unit Engine Generator GMC 3 71 & ' Unit Engine Generator GMC 8 268A. l,tnit, Generating, M5 and M6. Unit, Generating, M7... Unit, Generating, M18... Vehicle, Landing, Tracked (armored), Mk., LVT (A) (1). Vehicle, Landing, Tracked (armored), Mk., LVT (A) (2). Vehicle, Landing, Tracked (armored), Mk. V, LVT (A) (4). Vehicle, Landing, Tracked (unarmored), Mk., LVT (2). Vehicle, Landing, Tracked (unarmored), Mk. V, LVT (4). Vehicle, Tank Recovery, M3l.. Vehicle, Tank Recovery Equipment, M32 Series. Wagon, Transport, Cannon, M1, M1A1, M2Al. Wagon, Transport, Cannon, M4. Wagon, Transport, Carriage, M3, M3Al. Water Purification Unit, Mobile, 75-GPM. Gasoline (Wallace and Tierman, Mod e 19(0). Water Purification Unit, Gasoline Engine-Driven, Portable 15-GPM. (Wallace and Tierman Model 19(0). *Welder, Electric Are, Gasoline 300-Amp. (Hobart Modell GR-300P or GR-300S). Well Drilling Machine, Percussion, Skid-Mounted, Gasoline (Star Model No. 71). X-Ray Processing Unit, Field \ 100,100A 145, 145A 100,100A \ L Dec May Jan May Jan Oct Jun Jun. 1~44 12 Apr Jun Aug Aug Feb Mar Jun Jun Jun '20 Jut Jun May Feb May Feb f Dee Feb Sep May Sep Sep Oct ~ ~ ~

105 SECTON vn "SUPERSESSONS AND RESCSSONS. The following publication. were listed as relicinded in error. TB ORD 17 ORD 64 ORD ORD ORD ORD The following technical manuals will not be reprinted, since material covered by them has been declared obsolete. Since, however, some of the obsolete" material will be in.use for an indefinite period, no rescissions riotic4!s will be published. This ":DOtice is for information only. TM ~ C 9-732A ~ B F E WAR DEPARTMENT PUBLCATONS. 11 Nov Mar Feb Feb Feb Feb FM 5-55 and C 1. ~ 6-65 and C 1.. TECHNCAL BULLETNS._~ DATE AND REMARKS FELD MANUALS TB CW Dec CW 5 Apr ~ Jan May Aug Jan May Jun Dec Nov "'-7 21 D~ Rescinded. do. Superseded by TB CW 16, dated 16 Sep Superseded by TB CW 16, dated 16 Sep Superseded by TM 9-225, dated 15 Dec. 43. Superseded by C 1, TM 9-226, dated 9 Sep Superseded by C 1, TM 9-227, dated 9 Nov Superseded by C 1, TM 9-294, dated 2 Jun Superseded by TM 9-303, dated 25 Apr Superseded by TM 9-312, dated 16 Nov Obsolete. Superseded by TM 9-325, dated 19 Aug Superseded by TM 9-325,, dated 19 A\li ~,._--, NUl\lBER TB ' Feb Jun May Jan Mar. 19H Feb May Feb ) Aug: B-l...18 Jan Mar. 1944, May Jun. l!j Jan Feb Mar ORD Jan ORD ::' Feb ORD Feb ORD Mar ORD May 1944 ORD May 1944 ORD Jan ORD Jul ORD Jul Feb Jan Feb May iS-tl...26 Jul DATE AXD REMARKS Superseded by TM dated 18 May Superseded by TM dated 22 Nov Obsolete. Superseded by TM dated 22 Feb Superseded by TM dated 17 Aug Superseded by TM , dated 7 Aug Superseded by TM , dated 7 Aug Obsolete. Superseded by TM 9"':1624, dated 7 Sep Superseded by ''M B, dated 13 JuJ Superseded by TM , dated 29 Jun. 1944, Do. Do. Superseded by C 1, TM!J-HJ40, dated 7 Aug Supersed~d by C 1, TM , dated 7 Aug Superseded by TB , dated G Nov Superseded by ''M's 9-225, dated 15 Dec. 1943; C 1, ''M 9-226, d~ted 9 Sep. 1944; C 4, TM , dated 6 Apr Superseded by TM , dated,20 Jan Superseded by TM 9-225, dated 15 Dec Superseded by TB ORD 87, dated 4 May Superseded by TB ORD 208, dated 28 Sep Superseded by TB ORD 208, dated 28 Sep Superseded by ''M's 9-328, dated 30 Dec. 1943, and TM 9-331, dated 22 Nov Rescinded. Superseded by TB ORD 229, 5 Dec Superseded by TB , dated 5 Jun Superseded by TB , dated 6 Nov Superseded' by C 3, FM 23-85, dated 20 Feb Superseded by C 4, FM 23-85, dated 17 Nov Superseded by TB , dated 14 Oct

106 DATE AND REMARK. DATE AND REMARKS TECHNCAL BULLETNS-C~ritinued TB Aug Apr SG Feb SG Apr SG 38 and Cl...8 May 1944 SG Aug TECHNCAL MANUALS TM ' Oct Aug and Cl.. 12 Dec Superseded by C 1, TM , dated Dec Superseded by C g, TM , dated 28 Ju Superseded by TM , dated 26 Oct Superseded by TB SG 148, dated Dec Superseded by TB SG 114, dated 26 Dec. '1944. Superseded by TB SG 143, dated Dec Obsolete Rescinded Rescinded Rescinded Rescinded Rescinded Rescinded Rescinded Superseded by TM , dated 1 December Rescinded Rescinded Rescinded 36. TECHNCAL SERVCE PUBLCATONS ORDNANCE OFSTB Dec Aug June July July July July July : June Aug Jan Nov Dec:: June Jan Superseded by pertinent. TM.'s. Superseded by FM 23-7, dated 23 April Obsolete. Superseded by, FM 23-45, dated 12 April Obsolete Superseded by FM 23-50, dated 12 August Superseded by TM , dated 7 August Obsolete Superseded by TM 9-225, dated 15 December 1943 and TM 9-226, dated 2 August Rescinded Superseded by FM 23-85, dated 28 November Superseded by C3, FM 23 85, dated 20 February Obsolete Superseded by pertinent TM's. Obsolete Superseded by TM , dated 7 August OFSTB Nov Sept Sept Sept Jan Oct Nov Feb May Jan April May Sept '.' June Nov Feb June Jan Jan May July July Jan Aug. 1 Sept Nov April Nov Nov April Jan Jan Superseded, by C1,. TM.9 226, dated 9 September 1944." Superseded by TM 9-616, dated 23 December SupersededbyTM 9-616, dated 23 December nformation no longer ap. plies. Superseded by TM's 9-623, dated 5 November 1943 and 9-624, dated 27 No vember Superseded by TB , dated 21 December Superseded by TM 9-325, dated 19 Aug\Ult Superseded by. TM 9-300, dated 18 May Obsolete. Rescinded. nformation now in pertinent parts of ASF Catalog-ORD. Superseded by TM , dated 7 August Superseded by TM , dated 7 August Obsolete. Obsolete. Rescinded. Superseded by FM 23-5, dated 30 July Superseded by FM 23-5, dated 30 July Obsolete. Obsolete. Superseded by TM's A and B, dated 30 September Obsolete. Obsolete. Superseded by TM , dated 10 October Superseded by TM , dated 7 September Superseded by TM's 9-649, dated 15 June 1944 and , dated 7 October Obsolete. Superseded by C2, TM , dated 7 June Obsolete. Obsolete. Superseded by C2, TM , dated 7 June Superseded by TM's 9-623, dated 5 November 1943 and 9-624, dated 27 No vember Superseded by TM , dated 3 July 1942., \ i \1 ~ J }

107 > SECTON V1 NDEX All publications pertaining to one piece of equipment are listed under the standard nomenclature. As far as possible, items of equipment are listed. in this index under standard nomenclature; parts of large as sep1blies are listed only when a publication deals specifically with them. ABBREVATONS. MllitU'J' 'M ai-o AGTATORS: ABSORBERS, Shook. Sealed 1'7pe Monroe. Reclamation TB n ACCESSORES. ENGNE: Carrier. Cargo, Lilrht. TM A Tanks, Medium, M3 and M4 (Wright R70-EC2),., TM D Tractor: Heavy, M1 (Allia-Chalmera HD- low).. TM B Medium. M1 (AQ-HD-7W) TM B M5, Crane. 2-Ton.. TM 1-1'T81A Trucks 'i-ton. 4 x 4. (Wily8-0verland MB and, Ford GPW) TM A H Ton. 4 x, (Ford) TM A ". to 4 Ton. 4 x 4. HAR TM-18UA 10.Ton, 6 x 4. (Mack) TM l-1818a ACCDENTS, SmJ'll Arms A.,.". TM 1-ll1le ACCOUNTNG: ContractB- Fixed-Price "-.:.1.:- TM Termination ' - :.~.:.:.,:._ TM '-1005 FiBcal, Field natallatlona TM Funda- Public TM Welfare, Non-Appropriated. TM ACCOUNTS. Project Explanation TM ACETYLENE TETRACHLORDE: Determining Serviceability... TB S5 ADAPTER-BOOSTER, M11T TB ADAPTERS:, Blackout. M TB SG 120 Expedient, Steel Treadwaya..TB E6R2. Bomb Olust~ra Uaing. TB CW 16 E23. TBCW 111 FT-384-A TM Grenade Proteotion, Chemical, 'f2 TB ORD 114 M-418 TB SG 122 Plug U-4/GT.. TB SG 61 Ponton Bow... TB Priming Ml, MA......TB 5'-25-3 Lubricating-Thin Stem, Availability TBORD 218 Panoramic. BC-081-A. BC-1032-A TM ADDTVES: Use in Motor F1J4la, Engine Oils. and Gear Lubricants...TB ADJUSTMENT: Personal, enlisted men TB MED 21 Personnel TB MED 12 ADMNSTRATON: Adjutant General. Dlvlaion TM Finance TM Military '<'. :.:._...,. FM Procedures ~ ~.~ ~ - TM, Veterinary TM AERAL GUNNERY: See Gunnery AERAL PHOTOGRAPHY: See Photography. Aerial AERODYNAMCS.TM AEROGRAPH: Equipment TM AEROSTATCS TM 1-825\ AGENTS: Anest hetlc,.~.tb MED 48 ADS: All Typ"s. Technical Data...TB T Paint. Air. Motor Driven. 939A. Blnk TM Pneumatic. for Attachment to 55:Gal Drum, Binks. 939A TM natructlonal Text: For TM ,.", TB For TM TB Blackout Driving TlJ ENG 51 Training FM 21-8, TC 36 AMNG CRCLES: See Cireles ARPLANES AR: Aerodynamics ' ' TM Attack. :.: '.,.:.FM 1-10 Aerostatics TM -S2li Bombardment TC Hydraulic l3ystema. TM 1411 Brake Systems. FA MaterieL. TB ORD 118 nspection Guide.TM Communication- Power Plant... TM 1404 Signal FM 1-45 Structures......TM Combined Operating...FM Defense......FM 1-25 ALGNMENT. Equipment, ME-7S..TM 11-31& Establishments, Chemical Defenae. ALLOWANCES, Travel, WD PersonneL..... TC 31, '"... ; TM Fighting ~..FM 1-15 AMBULANCES. %-Ton, 4 x 2 (Packard Forces- 42) LO No. 530 Orders, Combat.FM 1-75 AMMETERS, D.C., Reclamation TB li Reference Data. FM 1-55 Reviews and nspections...fm 1-60 AMMUDAMP, nst~llation TB ORD 197 Service Center......FM AMMUNTON: Squadrona, Liaison. TC 45, 1944 Aircraft...TM 1-40' Use FM Artillery : TM ntelligence..... FM 1-40 Coast TM Navigation FM 1-30 Bags ~,....TC 83, 1943 Observation:. FA TC 131,1943 Power, Command and E;mployment '" FM Boxes, 20-mm.....TB Company, Ordnance... FM 9-20 Destructors......TB ORD 51 Reconnai5sance ana. Observation,,FM 1-20 Dummy, Storage TB Support, Ground Forces FM ARBORNE: Troops FM 31-30, TC 113, 1943 AR CO~DTONERS: MX-31A/MP. MX 31B/MP TB SG 60 ARCRAFT: Armament...TM Cameras ;... TM Camouflage, ground FM 5-20E Chemical Spraying TM Depth Charge, 250-Lb. MK. Vn (British) ;.TB ORD 124 Destruction TC 102, 123, 1943 Electrical Systems TM Engines......TM Power Plant.,...TM Equipment TM Fabric Work and Application of Finishes TM-417 Fabrica and Clothing... TM Flight Theory TM Fuel and Oll Syatema. TM Hardware TM nstruments TM Mine. Mh 18 (Navy) TB Propellers TM Radio Equipment...TM Recognition FM 21-60, Sheet Metal Work TM 1-4;5 Synchronizing Equipment. TM Warning Service FM Woodwork.TM 1414 l<j6 ARDROMES: Camouflage "'~".:.: ~..FM 5-20E Defense...FM 1-2i Earthworks. Plotting. TB ENG 18 ARFELDS: Concealment :.~ TM C6nstructioD.. FM5-1G ARPLANE: Crash Fire Fighting. TM'5-811 Hangar. Steel. Sheet Covered. lso-ft. and 160-ft..... TM 5-972i Landing Mats, Steel and Wood. TB Targets TM General TM Gun- 20-mm, Automatic, Aircraft TB ORD in.. M... Tl nspecton Guide... TM Loaded. Repair. TB Mines. Submarine. TB Mortars 60 mm., TB mm, M2. TB GO-mm and 81-mm. TB ORD 7 Perfol'mance Ballistic Data...TM Safety Distance Requirementa..''B ORD 214 Shells. H. E. 57-mm, TBEt..TB ORD ],,69 Small Arms TM Cal..30 TB _~~ Cal..50 TB Storage TC Supply... FM 9-6 AMPHBOUS: Communication ~ '.FM 24..;..24: Truck Company ' FM AMPLFERS: Dual Channel...TM AM-43/FRC.~ TB Equipment. AN/TRA-l TM power. BC-340-G... TM Speech, BC-614 E.., TB Torque, (For 90-mm. Gun Mount M2)..., TM B Wilcox TYPe M57D1.'_ TM

108 AMPUTATON, (lase, tb MED 18 ARMAMENT' ABTLLfty. COAST, ANDAMAN SLANDS. Medioal and Sanitary j-aireraft :.-.~-..-.tk Ammunition. ' TM. 4-!Olf Data. " " TB MED 105 Cable. Barrage Balloon, Low Altitude.. FirinJr Preparation..,. FM '-20 ANEMOMETERS, ML-80, ML-80-A, and llll-80-b.'-"..tm FM Cable. Barrage Balloon, Ver'; Low Altl Ganne... Materiel ~ FM 4-19, FM 4-20 tude fm Mateoro!oJrY TM ANESTHETC. A~ents TB MED '3 ARMATURES, of.power Unita. PE-08-A. Weapon. and Materiel TM ANGLEDOZERS TRACTOR-MOUNTNG: B. C. D, and E....TB SG 125 ARTLLERY DVSON, Higher Artillery All Types. Teohnioal Data...TB ARMOR, FLYER'S. Engineer Operations. Use Echelons, Tactios and Technique.. FM Baker 338A (For HD low Traotor,Allis.Chalmers)..... :..TM '". TBENG 80 ARTLLERY, FELD: ARMORED: Air Observation..TC 132, 1943 Cable-Operated- Battalion. Light and Medium.FM Armorad Division....FM La Plant.Choate. R-76R (For D7 Division FM Battalion and Battery. Motorized. FM 6-1(/1 Caterpillar Traotor).... TM Artillery......FM Camouflage.FM 5-20D LeTourneau. e-4 (For LeTourneau Trains and Headquarters Company Corps. FM T~4 Power Control Unit) TM 5-122B FM Drill..... FM 6-5 LeTourneau, SK-6....TM Employment. Tanks with nfantry FM Employment.' FM 6-20 LeTourneau, WCK-7....TM 5-122' E,;,glneer. Battalion FM 1745 Fire-Control nstruments TM Garwood RBX (For HD7W' Traotor, Allis-Chalmers) TM Foree- Firing... " FM 6-'40 Assault Gun Section and Platoon.. Aocuracy TC '4 Garwood RE (For Cletrac BC Tractor,...FM Ricochet..TC Garwood)..... TM Drill FM 17-1ii nfantry Division.... FM Hydraulie-Operat~d- Firing FM Meteorological Data. Using British. 25 LaPlant-Choate, 4-R (For Caterpillar Tractor, D4) TM Gunnery. Tank FM PR Range Tables....TM Logistics FM Observation- LaPlant-Choate, R-63 (For Caterpillar Tractor. D6).....TM Tank Company. FM Aii- FM Tank Platoon....FM Battalion FM LaPlant-Choate TAB 20 (For Tractor, Clark)..TM Vebicles, Decontamination FM Forward FM Maintenance Battalion FM Orlranization.. F.M 6-0 ANMALS, Transportation FM 25-5 Units, Signal Communication..FM Pack Artillery.. FM ANTENNA ASSEMBLY. Auxiliary, AS-931 Periscopes, Elbow for Tanks, Motor MRQ-2. '-"..TM Carriages, and AA Artillery..TM Periscopes, Direct Sighting Telescopes for Tanka. Motor Carriages and AA Artillery ~ TM Radio Communication.TM Reference Data., FM Trainer Standards, ndividual and Unit TM Weapons. Firing.....FM 6-40 ARTLLERY, SEACOAST: Fire Control and Position Firing. FM '-15 GunnerlJ- Fixed- ANTENNAS: AN-78-A '-" TM AN-128-A '-" TB SG 59.AN-154-A..TB SG 30, SG 105 AN-l61 TM Conversion Kits on Radio Sets, SCR-270' and 271. TM Equipment. RC-63 TM Frequency, Ultra-High. Wilcox.614A......TM Position Controls MC-298A and B (Conversion Kits for Radio, Sets SCR-270 and 27l) '-" TM 11--'1059 Rhombic Reoeiving..TM TB Stud Block Assembly...TB Support AB-38/CR.TM Systems,'-" :TM 1-3' AS-81/GR TM Vehicular, nstallations General Standards.,,, TB SG 154 ANTARCRAFT ARTLLERY: See Artillery ANTARCRAFT GUNS: See Guns ANTFREEZE (Compound) Ethylene-Glycol Type TB ORD 197 ANTTANK. Company, nfantry R~giment and Platoon, nfantry Battalion, FM 7-35 ARMORED VEHCLES. See Vehicles, Armored ARMY: Arithmetie TM Baker TM Cook ~ TM Cook. Baking TM Education Program for nactive Theaters..,...,, TM Extension Course..TC 6, 1942 Libraries, Small....TM Reader. TM Recipes TM Supply- Procedure TM Program TM ARTCLES OF WAR. TF TC ARTLulRy: ArmTred Division FM Logarithmic, Trigonometric, and Mathe.. matical Tables.TM Orientation.., TM Pack.. ' FM Seacoast, Fire Control and Position Finding......FM 4-15 ARTLLERY. ANTARCRAFT: Automatio Weapons, Employment, FM 44-2 Balloons.... FM 4-181, Camo.uflage FM 6-20F Employment With- Airborne Force : FM Expert TM '-110 Firot and. Seeond Class. TM '-306 Kobile- Expert....TM '-320 Firat and Seoond Class. TM Gunnery FM 4-1' Landward Firing.TC 95, 1943 Mines, S~bmarine.. FM 4-6 Railway Equipment FM 4-51 Taetics...,.... FM 4~5 Target Practice TM ARTLLERY, STANDARD..TM ASPHALT, Cut-back, FJeld Manufacture;..., TB ASPHALT AND SOL AGGREGATE MXNG PLANTS: ANTTANK GUNS: See Guns, Antitank Armored Forces FM An TypeR, Technical Data..TB Fire Unit, 37-mm FM Gasoline Engine.Driven. 25-Tons Per APPARATUS: Firing : TC Hour, 4..Unit, Barber-Greene.. Decontaminating, See Decontaminating Apparatus Formations and nspection.. FM TB Gunners....FM ASPHALT PLANTS: Diathermy, Short Wave Complete 110 Gunnery FM An Types, Technical Data...TB Volt, 60-Cycle.....TM Guns FM Erection and Operation, Barber-Grelne Distilling TM Fire Control..FM ' TM 5-101S Eleotrical ~esting, (For Fire Control Headquarte1'l TC 124, 1943 ASPHYXA: Treatment.....TB MED 181 Equipment) TM Logarithmic, Trigonometric, and Mathematical Tables... '..... " TM FM ASSAULTS. Gun. Section and Platoon. Metabolism, Basal,..,.TM 8-61~ Oxygen, Therapy. Boothby-Lovelace... Meteorological Messages.,TC 28,39,1944 ASSEMBLES:... TBMED 1 Operation and Maintenance. TB ORD 193 Antenna Time nterval EE-56. EE-65. EE-85, Operations Room. FM 44-8 AS-51/MRQ-2. AS-93/MRQ-.. EE-86-A TM Organization and Taotios. :FM TM APPLANCES: Office.....TB QM 8 Periscopes, Direct Sigbtin«Telescopes A.S-ZOZ/TPS- TB APPROPRATON. Explanation TM for Tanks, Motor Carriages..TM A.ntenna Stud Block. TB ll-s05. ' , ARCTC MANUAL..... TM Periscopes, Elbow Telescopes tor Tanks, TB Motor Carriages " ".TM Carburetor. Power Unit PE-76. AREAS: nundated, Bridging TB Searchlights, Us FM TB Large. Smoke Screening... FM 3-50 Target Practice s TM:.-214 Bead.at Mlcrophone, AN/VRA-1... ' ARTHMETC, ARMy TM Weapons FM TBSG '! ' 1. ' 1 ~ J f

109 ASSEMBLES: (Contnued) " BALLOONS: (Contnued) BlllARN'GS: (Oonttnued). Ma.ter Clutch, 'i'lj ,..tb ORD 218 HydrOitten Gas'... '.,.TM Roller.... TB ORp S Oil Seal l1. Chevrolet anrl GMC,. Meterological T.M.1l_2~05, TBl : Sh~ft, Seal-type, Reclamation. Water Reclamation.....TB 'BAND. The. Army FM28-5 pump TB Power Cable AC :TB ORD 221 BANDAGtNG. ;... FM 8-50 BELL, MC TM Reel RL-06jVl.....TM BARRACKS, Po~tahle BEiLTS, Fan. Reclamati'on. TB Re~ecting Sight. D TB 9;294-4 Precut, All Wood"Tropical V.e. TM BCYCLES, Columbia TM SWltch Handle... Tli, Prefabricated- ATTACKS: 20' x 48' Steel, Erection Procedure- BDS, Procurement.... TM Air..., FM 1-10 Angle Frame...'.. '.. Tli : BVOUACS. Camouflage. FM 5-20C On Fortified Position. ~.FM Channel Frame TM BLACKOUT DRVNG, AidR TB ENG 51 Spray, Airplane. Warning....RC x80 ft. Steel. Tropical U.e TM BLEACHNG for Decontamiootion ATTACHMENTS: Hoist Steam and Slewing 20 J E. P ' x50 ft. Stee, rectwn rocedure tb CW S2 8 i x 10. Three Drum TM 5-98 ''M AUDTNG BLOCKS, Plunger Spring. New Type Bogie.. : Sectional, All Wood. nsulated. Erection B " Army Exchange and Special Funds..... T Procedures.... TM , TB , ". "... ''M BAROGRAPHS ML.3-A ML-3-B, ML.3.C.! 'BLOOD SPECME,NS TB MED.8 nternal. Continental U. S TM and ML.3-D : TM,l1-426 ' BOARDS, PLOTTNG: TM Property and Commissary Accounts...! BAROMETERS Artillery TM ML~2 thro'ugh ML.-2-F...TM Field.... TM Property. Procedures : TM M6-316jTM TM Seacoast..TM AUGERS, All Types, Techmcal Data.... ML-102-B. -D, -E. -F.'.TM M TM TB 5~ BARS' M3 and M4 TM AUGERS. EARTH: Ail Types, Technical Data...TB M5....TM Motorized. Buda HBG 40..TM Boring- MX- 26/TP..... TB SG 177 LO 1001, 1001A Perfecto Van Norman 777 ''M MX-27/TP... TB Skld-Mount'ed, Gasoline. Highway Trall- Perfecto: Van Norman 888: ''M BOARDS. SPOTTNG. M3... TM , er. HDM-S.....''M TB , LO , Umvers~1, Automotve Mantenance BOATS' TB AUTOMATC WEAPONS: BASES: Machnery TM Motor. outboard.....tm Antiaircraft FM Firing Device TC Mounts. machine gun TM AUTOMOTVE: Pede.tal Steel, Foundation TM Ponton, nflation-deflation, Schramm.. Brake TM WaterRealing MaRt, MP48, and MP-48- ''M Electricity TM A TB SG 135 Pusher Knee TB Power Tran~mission Unit TM BATCHNG PLANTS, Aggregate. 3 Compart. Small.... :.... TM AVATON ENGNEERS.TM Preventive Maintenance....TM AVATON MEDCNE: See Medicine, Aviation ment, 105 Ton Capacity Blaw Knox P310S Stream CrosRings TB ENG 31 AVATON, Umpire Manual. FM '.. TM.0-10'50. TB 5-10.o0-l BATH, Company. QM...TM TB QM 7, rarll'~ (JK), Radio Controlled.. TM 4~2S7 AVATON UNTS. ntelligence Procedure.. ("111 Utility.... : FM 1-40 BATHNG UNTS, Field. Portable EC.4. Power. Penn-Yan 18-ft..AT... AXLES: Cleaver BrOOKS TM TM TB , Banjo Type. GMC Vehicle...TB ORD 177 BATHS, Sprological Water.. TM Standard Power, Pusher Knee... Truck. Bomb Service. M6... ''M A BATTALONS: TB Vehicles. Half Track.....TM Armored- BODES: AZORES: Medical and Sanitary Data... Engineer FM i 'Car, Scout. M3Al. TM 9-1'705E TB MED 123 nl'ntrv F~ Repairs ','.. Tli BACLLARY DYSENTERY (See Dyspntery) Lignt and Medium. -FM Vehides....TB MED n9 Maintenance FM 17-5'8 Half-Track TM C.1707B BACTEROLOGCAL CULTURE, Media... nfantry FM 7-20 Motor TM TB MED 60 Motorized , FM ' BOLER, NDEPENDENT, 449" x 128". Amer- BAGS: Observation FM ican Hoist & Del'l'ick TM Ammunition TC Railway Operating.. FM ''M BOLTOHMETER 'J\ Sleeping......TB , QM 8, QM 23 Railway Shop FM BOLTS: BAKER. Army......TM BATTERES: Lock, Turret. Medium Reclamation... BA-38-R TB SG 41 " 'fb BAKERY COMPANY QM...TM BB.54.A...TB TB SG 90 Track Wedll'e, Tank. Reclamation. TB BAKNG: BB-210jU......TB SG TB Bread TB ChargingPP-78/MRQ.2 TM U. nstallation on Tr~i1er. Bomb M5. Field.TC 86,1943 Dry....TB SG 6. TB SG ,.....TB FE2 Manual TM Emr>loyment. 81 mm 'fc 73 BOMa: yeast TB Motorized FM Dispossl Equipment TM Nontempel'ate Areas..TB Racks ''M BAL.ONTMENT.TB MED 101 Seacoast Gun TB ORD 223 BOMBARDERS: Handbook...,. ''M BALLSTC DATA. Performance of Ammuni- Signal Communication, Except Aircraft. BOMBNG: tion tm , TM Aids.....''M BALLC JNNG, Theory TM Storage- Air formations TC 84, 1942 BALLOONS: dentification..tb ORD 198 Dive...,..TM Aerostatics TM Landing Vehicles..TB ORD 118 Precision.. TM Barrage- Ordnance Materiel... TB ORD 67 Tests- Cable Armam.ent- - Reclamation..TB Buildings. TB ENG 6 Low Altitude..... FM BEAMS: Shelte TB ENG 10 Very Low Altitude.. FM Grab, Ml TB S Walls, Protective TB ENG 21 Control FM Hoisting, Alteration. Airplane Smoke BOMBS: Employment.... FM Tank TB 3~255-4 Adapter TB Gas Generation FM BEARNGS: Aircraft TM , TB Reference Data....FM 4-1g8 Anti-Friction TB ENG 11 Assembly...TB Rigging and Fabric Repair.. FM Ball TB ORD 6 Arming TB Site nstallations....fm Ball apd Roller. Cleaninll' and Reclamation Depth S25-lh AN MK 17.. 'T'B Technique FM of Unserviceable TB Extension fuse Ml..TB Equipment- {;utch Release,. Reclamation. TB Wirina:......TB 9-19'80-8 Low Altitude FM Main, Replacement n Power Unit PE-198 Armor Pierclnlf Lb. AN-MK.1. Very Low Altitude FM.4-188, TBSG1S9 :.. TB

110 80MB!: COoDtlnue4) 8BDOl!: CCleltbnl.., ' B'USHNG: (l'odtlnue<!) C.hemical.,- uldated Are.. and Tidal latuarlft -., Flanlr~, A7~O~562 TB '-:1856-' M47Al, M47AZ add XU, Alr~hft... ".... TB , Z Kountmlr. Pmlon Compensatll\g'Dl'fer... TB ,Lllrbt Stream Cro..Dlr Equlp&lre.TM ntlal.. TBORD Lb. M TB Karkille, load ela ificatiod To Worn Bronze. Reclamation TB Lb., AN-M7...TB TO. 7,19U CABNETS: Clulter- Panel, Bailey Type. TB ENG 52 BE-70-A through K- Aimable Ponton- Plate, Reinforcing'.., TM AN-M17Al TB CW 11 M8 TB ENG 27. TM Wire Chief's Testine TM AN-MA TB Floata TC 58,1948 CABLE ARMAMENTS: AN-M4. TB ton, 1988 TM 5-273, BarraK'e Balloon M2Al TB ton. luo TM Low Altitude...FM Adapter , TB ENG 52 Very Low Altitude..FM:4-192 M12 TB Railway- CABLE LAYNG, Under Water...TB SG 67 R6R2 TB CW 16 Erection TB ENG 45 CABLES: T-8 ' TB Beam TM Assemblies (5-p';:ir). CC-855-A. 100-Lb, TlO.... TB ThroUllh TrUll TM (. ) TM Lb. M28 (T0) TB 9-U80-28 Unit Construction TM palr,,. 500-Lb. Tll, TB Steel Panel, Bailey Type....,..Battery. Reclamation TB Captured Enemy, Description and Use. FUllmentation- Stock Pile.....TB ENG 12,, '.,,.,.TB SC; E 15 Parachute, AN-M40 TB Till , , TB ENG 119 nstructions for tyinll and use of We..~. T8 TB Stream-Crossinll Equlpalle...TB Tie TB SG & 23-Lbs..".... TB Suspension TM 5-27t Spiral-Four TM TB Lb, (T0).TB Treadway- TB , TO. 94, 1943 Fuze. M149 (Nose) TB Steel TB ENG 11 ncendiary Till Ml TB CABLEWAYS. Medium..TB ENG 48 M76, 500-Lb (T2El) TB CW 4 M2 Till 5-272, TB , CALBRATON: Radio Direction FindePi for Unexploded.,,.., FM 9-40 ;; TB ENG 52 Site and nstrumental Errors TB SC; 113 B~~~.~~~.~~~.~.~. ~~.~~' V.O.~ :~-~~1S U~e:. ~~~~-.t~:~~~:~ ~~~~~t~~~~ ~';;2-51 CAL:~~~~~S..R~~~E.:..., TB BOOBY TRAPS TO. 71 Tre&tJe- BC-726-A 1' , TB BOOM: Timber T~ ENG nstruction Book, TM Eauinment- 10 ton... ',' TM ,,.. '.,1' , TB LC 60 TC BRDGNG: To support Heavy Tank T26El TM TB LC 80 Till ,,TB ENG , &: 1-168,. TM BOOSTERS: 1\ ,'0.TB BRTSH ARMY HANDBOOK TM Rnd 1-178NA.. 0 TM , BORER, Earth. HD TM BRTSH MALAYA. Medical and Sanita':" TB BOX-GRNDER, Steel H-0 Fixed Bridge....! Data TB MED 95 CAMERAS: TB i BRTSH SOllALLAND: Medical and Sani- Copying, Rutherford, 24x30-in TM 1>-6006 BOXES: tary Data TB MED 130 Equipment, PH-515/MF.., TM Ammunition and Bracket., Correct... BRUSH. Bore, M13, M 14 and B26. TB ard FE 9 Field. Pl'ocess~ TB ORD 202 BUCKER. CONCRETE, Tremie Type, 1 cu. Lanston lonotype Co. (Gen;;~~. ~~28 EE 91 Telephon TB S yd.-blaw-knox Co...Till '".,,,. -- e... - BULDNGS, Erection Procedure. Portable. Lam-ton Monotype. 24x24-in.'.,... BRA~~~~~ Rear Frame Rei,nrorcement... Prefabricated TM "P',. ',..,',LpM 5-60t~ BULLDOZERS: No. 52C, rogresslye romo rons......',""""",tb ORD Cable-O\lerated. LeTourneau, XD9 (For _,,.,, TM, Front Torsion Bar Cushion StoP. Rein- Caterpillar D8 Tractors, H-3990 and Machine Gun. Aircraft,,TM forcement """"..,.. TB FE-l Vertical Projection, Portable- Trail Clamping, Heavy Carriage '_mber up), Till Beattie. Field, 52-C...TM M5... TB FE-l "Hydl'aulie-Operated- Huebner. 10xl0-in...TM J LaPlant-Choate- BRAKES: BABX. (For CA-l Clarkair CAMOUFLAGE: Air, Cam shaft... TB T rac t or ) TM Aircraft on the Ground..FM 5-20E Automotive Till BM4 ;..Till Airdromes.,,.,. '..,......FM 5":20E Power, (Bendix-Westinghouse) TM LeTourneau- Antiaircraft Artillery. FM 5-20F Hydraulic, (Wagner Lockheed) TM K TM Artificial Materials..FM 5-20H Winch, Operation and Adjustment.".,. XD9, (uu with D8 Caterpillar Trac- Basic Principles..... FM , " TB tor. H-S990 A up TM Bivouacs FM BRAZER, Olver, , TM 5~4564 ~Ta,nk Mountinc- Command Posts...FM BRAZNG AND SOLDERNG SETS. All Types. M4. M4Al, M4A2, M4A3. M4A4. Field Artillery... ' FM 5-20D, TC 60, 1941 Technical Data......TB Tanks...,TB ENG 9, TB ENG 23 Fortifications. Seacoast......TM BREAKERS: M4A-A2 and AS. Tank...TM General ,TM All Types, Technical Data..TB :1\14Al, M4A2. A M4AS...TB ENG 9 Guns TC Circuit......TB l44a2 and M4AS Tank., 1944 Series ndividuals FM.--20A, ']7B ENG 50 Pavinll- _......TB ENG 41 nfantry Weapon,..,'..FM 5.,.20A Gasoline, Barco. H6.....TM Tractor.Mounted, Cable-Operated, Le- Manufacturing Technique!.FM. 5-?OH nk'ersoll-rand Co. R-U TM Tourneau Model XD-7 Till Materials.,, '..,....TM Pneumatic. Thor. 25 TM BULLETNS; Orders, Circular. and lemo- Mediesl n"talletions...,'. FM Pneumatic. ngersoll.rand- randa TM Natural laterials FM5-20H TM BURNERS: Radio Sets SCR. 536-A. B, C. D.TB CC-80 TM Gasoline : TM Recoil Slide Surface....TB ORD 1 Sullivan Kill" Q13 (K-ll SK-lS Oil. Hillh Pres.ur.. William. Oil-O-Matie, Supply Points,....FM Busters) TM-4148 HP TM Tools and Equipment FM 1-20H BRDGES: Pot Type. Oven, Bake Field..TB Yehiel... FM 5-20B. TO. 91, 1942 Fixed TB ENG 19: BURSTER, M.t7Al and AN-M174Z TB CW 10 CAMSHAFTS, Brake. Air Reclamation.. Floating- BUSES:.... TB High Velocity Currenta.TB ENG P..senler OHC K-S and KS-5)... CANSTERS: Repair TB ENG 29 LO 545 Ammonia, M2' TB Girder Box. H0 and H20...TB ENG 19 PuseDller, HC K:-T and ](8 7.TM Cartridlle. 57-mm, T7 TB ORD226 Hilhway, BUSHNGS: HCN, M2....TB St~l. H0 and HO.TK '.& and A Elimination of Liehtweight, Service, Auxiliary (COl, Ml Stock Pile..TB ENG 11 Galline,..TB9-1U-FE2 and M2. TB j 10~

111 CANNON, Company, Dfantr:r 1telriment.'K,..., o.uuuaou (00Jltt1n". CA.mAO'" (Otnttf'llled),CAPACTORS: Disappoarl_ G_n-(Continued) Dual Electrolytl_ '-ncll uch C TB M18U...FT 6-B-a. FT ''M ''M C TB FT 1-D-2 TB , TB C ' ~ TB TB , TB , 1'B , Electrolytic. Replacement.TB FT 6-C-2. FT 4-D-2 TB ORD 64. TB ORD FE-20. Hiih-Voltage. Relocation TB SG 130 M1905.FT 4-C-2, FT 4-D FT 8- R- M6...TB ; TB Rectifiers RA-34-F and RA-34-G,.'... g-nch, L.F. TB , TB ORD FE-20...TB G-l M1896 FT 8-H-'1 4.5'nch CAP CRMP~'R. M2 TB ENG nch. L.F. M1... ''M ''M CAPS: M FT 12-E-2, FT 12-K-2 ToB , TB , n Line Engines, Reclamation. M1897. FT 12-E-2. FT 12-K-2 1'B , TB TB , TB 9-28S0-88 M1901.,. FT 12-E-2, FT 12-K-2, TB ORD 109. LOn Leveling JlCk......TB 9-12oSFEl CAR COMPANY. Quartermaster...''M nch. L.F. M1A1.. ''M , TB , M1907 FT 14-C-l TB TB CARBNES' M1907M1..FT 14-B-2 TB , United States, Cal..30, 1'B ORD 109, FT M1 and MA!... FM ''M , 1-nch. L.F. 4.nch. All Types, Service...FM 4-70 TB , TB ORD 2. M FT 16-C-l TC M FT 16-B-1, FT 16-C-1 8-nch, M2..''M 9-336, ''M A, Cal..30, M2 ('1'4)... _...TB 2S , 100A. FT 8-L-2 -CARBURETON. Fuels..''M Howitzer 'l.mmw CARBURETORS: 75 mm M3... FM Assembly. Power Unit PE-75..TB M4 (Antitank).....''M \ M3 FT Carter ''M A TB ORD 138, 1.0 2, FT 37-M-4 M3A1 L TM9-'1326,L076 cing, Elimination in Power Units, M4A1 (Antitank) ''M M3A2 ''M PE-905-G and PE-95-H...TB TB ORD 138,1.02 TB , Stromberg......''M B M8A8 TM mm- Zenith... TM C TB Ml.. ''B ''B FE1 CARDOGRAPHS. Portable.. TM M8 ''M 9-782B, ''M , ''B ORD CARDOLOGY. (See Medicine) TB , M2 (AA)..''M ''M , CARPENTRY..''M TC 44, 1943 ''M , TB ,,cARRAGES: _TB Jo'El, TB ORD 55. Howitzer (Pack) Artillery, Tires.TB ORD 139 TB , mm- Automatic Guns M2A1 (AA) ''M , M1.. ''M , TB S7-mm. M3 and M3A! , 6u TB ~'E1, TB ''D ORD mm- TB ORD , AP-T, M FT 40AA-A-2 li7-mm FT HE-T. (SD), Mk... FT 40AA-A-2 Ml. TM9-303.''B9S0S 3. M8.. TB ORD 97 Barbette 1.086, ft 57-A mm 3-nch-(15-pdr)- M1A1. ''M 9-303, TB , Ml.....FT 105-H-8 M1902.,. ''M 9-421, TB , FT 57 -D-1 M1Al..TM TB , FT 8-M-2 M1A..,.TM \ SOS. ''B , FT 105-H- M1903 FM 4-90, ''M FT 57-D-1 M ''M 9-325, 1'B TB , ~'T 8-M-2 MAS.''M 9-30S. TB 9-:103-3, TB FE1. TC 86, 1943, '-neh , FT 3-R2, FT 105-H-3 All Types FM 4-75 M2 TM 9-803, ''B , M2A1...TM 9-825, ''M M1..TM , 99A TB FE1 TB 9-1:i25-FE1. M2 TM 9-428, 9-627, '5-mm- TC 86, 1948,1.0' A M2Al 1.0 4, FT 70 B 4 M2A2.... ''M 9325, ''M , MS. ''M , 99A M2A TB , TB 91S25-FE1. M4 ''M , M2A TB ORD FE..20, TB ORD 64, LO 5 L A M1897 Series...TM 9-l~00'1 : ''M 9-326, ''M M ''M 9-424, TB ORD 188, FT 75-B , FT FT 6-C-2, F'' 6-D-2. FT 6-E-2 M1897A4.....TB M3A1.''M 9-326, M1910. FT 6-B-3. F'' 6-C-2, M FT 75-AF-1 M7 TB 9 781E-S FT 6-D-2 M1916 (British)... FT 75-E-3 M7B1 ~ TB nch Ml917 (British) FT 75-AF-1 M1.. FM 4-48, TB 9; , F1' 75-E-S TB ORD 2&. TB ORD 120, M FT8-H-1 'f4l.mm. '1'70..TM M FM 4-50, TB lu-mm LO 16, FT 8-A-S. FT 8-D-2. M1. ''M 9-850, ''M , : FT 8-H-1 TB 9-850~4, TB , M1918M1... FM 4-iO, FT 8-H-1 1'B TB , TB ~4, TB , U-nch M FT 12-E-2, FT 12-K-2 1'B , TB ORD 206, M1917..TB ,1.073, 73A, FT 155- S-2 FT 12-E-2. FT 12-K-2 M1A1... ''M 9-850, TB , TB TB , U-nch- M , 74A TB ORD 206 MS A M 1'M , M4. ''M 9-H1, TB ORD 25. MS 1'M , LO 64 TB ORD , 78At M ''M M5. LO A. FM 4-85 FT 155-B-5, FT 155 U-1 M1919, A, FT 16-B-1._ Ml.917Al TM , FT 16-C-1 FT 155-B-5, FT 155-U-1 M1919Ml... FT 16-E-l, Ml ''M LO 74, 74A. FM 4-85 FT 155-B":5, FT 155 -U-l llowit...r. 1-i..., TB ORD 120 JUnlAl TM 9-1n5. FT 1-A-1 FT 155-B mm M1... ''M , ''M , TB ,TB 'B , TB 9 13:J 1-5. TB , TB ORD 109, TB ORD 135, 1.077, FT 155--Q-2 M1Al...''M 9-831, ''M TB TB TB , TB TB ORD 109. TB ORD 135, M1917 FT 155-D-S M1917A M1918 FT 155-D-i M1918A1 FT 155-D-S M1918A&, 1.0,65 UO-mm M1 TM A. LO 100, 100A, FT 240-C-1 M A. F.T 240-B- M1918A1.LO A M1918A.LO A

112 a.umu.gl (Oolltlllllel) Howitzer (Pack) (Continued) -ncb, Ml.,....TB '-335-4, TB 9' , TB , TBl-1850-:5, TB TH ORD 206, LO 70;' FT 8...T-l K.chJ.pe ~\ln. :Mu~tiple Caliber.50. M51... TB )tortar nol> M1896. ~ FT 12-A-4 M1896M. LO 15. FT 12-A-4, Fi'12-G-2 M1896Ml..F:r 12-A-4, FT 12-G-2 M1896M....FT i2-g"-2 M1908 FT 12-A-4 M1908 TM 9 457, r FT 12-G-2 M1918, Railway..LO 17, FT 12-A-4' M1918M.....FT 12-G-2 Moto~ Bo..le and dler Wheel...TB ORD 22, TB ORD 188 Direct Shrhting and Elbow.Tele..copes for Tanks, Field Artillery and AA Artillery....TM Gun, Crew Drill, M36..,.FM 18-1& Llaht and Medium Tank Chassis.. ;....,, TBORD mm, Gun, M Tj\( 9-750A TB 9-750A-2. LO ).mm. Gun, Twin, M9.. TM A 57-mm, Gun, T48...TB ORD 8. LO 134 '15-mm. Gun M8 ". TB TB C-S, TB ORD 8, LO 112 MSA.,......,. TB ORD 8 '15-mm' Howitzer M8...TM 9-727B, TM C TM D, TM E, ''M F, TM G, TM A, TB 9-732B-18, TB B-l, TB C-1, TB C-4, TB D-5, TB E-l, TB A-S,.TB ORD 22, TB ORD 24, TB ORD 61, 'l:b ORD 66, TB ORD 68; TB ORD 78, TB ORD 80, TB ORD 125, TB ORD 179, TB ORD 183, LO 117, TSO, TB C-3, TB ORD'8, LO ll, TM 9-775, TM A,. TM A, TM B '16.mm, Gun 141& (T70)...,...TB , TB , TB ORD 29, TB ORD 90, TB ORD 96, TB ORD 115, LO 143 T70.FM 18-15, TB , TB , TB , TB , TB , TB , TD! FT 76-A--' 90-mm, Gun M36., LO 156 M36Bl.. LO 155 T7l.TM 9-'758, TB ORD 95, ''B ORD 116, TB ORD 125, TB ORD FE2 FT 90-C-8 10S-mm, Howltzer M'l ''M 9-7S1E, TB 9-28SG-52, TB ORD 22, TB ORD 29, TB ORn 81, ''B ORD 41, ''D ORD 51, TB ORD 88. 'J;'B ORD 96, ''D ORD 106, TB ORD 108, ''D ORD 115, ''D ORD 125, ''D ORD 1 '1, ''D ORD 1'51, ''D ORD 162, TB ORD 154, LO 106, FT.05-H-8, TC 61, 1948 OAJUtrAOnt (Colltlll..,' Moto~(Contil\\1>d.).,,.. " '. 106-mm, Howitzer-(Contll!1l!,dl M7Dl TM ll-:749,'tb ORD 95,,''BORD 125, LO 157. FT 105-H-.. '1;19 _. TB C-8, ''D G mm. Gun-'._ '1' , ''M , TB ; TB ORD 22, TB ORD 29, TB ORD 41,' TB ORn 96, TB ORD 115, ''D ORD 125, TB ORD 148, TB ORD 151, TB ORD 152, TB ORD 154,.O 110, 110A Howitzer. 147 and M7Bl:. TB ORD nch, Gun FM 18-15, ''M 9-762, '1' L. ''B G-5,' TB G-6, TB ORn 3, TB Olm 31, TB ORD 37, TBORD41,':~ORn".; TB ORD 80. TB ORD 83, TB O~D 90, ''D ORD 116, TB prd 125, TB ORD 143, TB ORD 144, ''D ORD 148,'. M8Al and M3A2...,.LO 211 ''ll ORD 161, TB ORD 162, TB ORD FEl, ''D ORD FE2, LO 113, FT 8-R-2, TC 64, 1943 M5 '1' TM A, TM B, ''M , ''B , T.D ORD 8,.O 116 MOA.TM9-731G;''M M5Al... TM A, LO 116 TB 9-731G-4, TB 9-731G-13; ''B 9-731G-13. TD B-3, TB'9-Ul31B-2, TB ORD 3" TB ORD 22, TB ORD 31, Spiral-Four, 100-Mlle, System 'Complete,...TM , TM Universal, T16.. TM 9-745" TM 9-'174.6A,. TM B, 1.0- '0 TB ORn 41, TB ORD 43, CARS: (See Also Vehicles) SB ORD 61. TB ORD 82. CARS: TB ORD 83, TB ORD 90, TB ORD 95, TB ORD 96. TB ORD 116, TB ORD 125, TB ORO 131, TB ORD 143, TB ORD 144, TB ORD 148, TB ORD 151, TB ORD 162,; ''B ORD FEl, TB ORD FE2, Armored....TB ORn 128 Llaht, M8.. TM 9-748, ''M , ''M , TB , TB 9-743_5, TB ''D , TB FE. TB , TB ORD 111, LO 139 TB ORD FE5, TB ORD FE14,.O 109, ''C 54, 1943 T17 TM 9-740,.O mm, Gun ~..FM 18-16, TB SG mm, Gun, M35,.. '..TB ORD FE mm, Howitzer, M8 TB ORD 191 l05.mm, Howitzer, M7 TM 9-731E, TB ORD 202, TB ORD 213, TB ORD 219' Multiple Gun 1413.,. TM , TB ORD 8. LO'l18 M13Al... LO TM 9-707, ''M A, ''M B, ''M , TB , TB ORD 8, LO FM 44-59, ''M 1l~2708, TB ElRD 8, LO ls M15Al,...FM 44:"59, TB ORD 8 M16. ''M TD FEl, TB ORD 8,.O TM A, TM B. LO 133 Mg ''M ' 1451 TB ORD FE4,.O 161 CARRERS: 40 mm. Aircraft Gun TM l-mm, Mortar- Half Track M4,''D , TB C-8, LO 28 M4A1 : :.TD ORD 8,.O 23 M21 TB ORD 8 Carao M28, 1'-14 TB , TB ORD 29, TB ORD 201 lu C1ARRDlRli '(Colltlnued)' Caril>-(CQntinued) M18-(Continued) " '1'15.TM 9-893, ''M 9~17!1SB. '1' SA, 'n(l 1l-1893D. ''D , LO 1140 M19, 1'240 :TM 9-'172,TM l-l'l'l2a. 1'M'9-1772B, TB 'l'b 9~772-8, TB 9-'772-FE-l,. TB 9-=7711-F2. TD ORD 201. LO 98 M29C (Amphibian). TM TB '1; TB ORD201 M80, '1'14.'1' , ''D 9';'761-&,. TB ORD-41, TD ORD 96, TB ORD 115, TB ORD 125. ''B ORn 148, TB'ORD 151, TBORDl172, TB ORD.154, ''D ORD FE5, LO 110, UOA Gao Mask. :aeconditionioa TB Hybrid, CF-7-A TM Open Wire.... TB SG 44 Personnel- HaJf.Track~ 'M , TB ~a, TD C-3. TB ORn 8, LO 22 T17E1,.''M 9-741, ''M A. TM C,.O 91 T18E2 (British Only)... TM Utility, M20...TM 9-743, TJ\o A. ''M 1l~2716, TB TB TB' ''B FEl, TB TD ORD ll, LO 189, Chevrolet TM , 1' Diamond T TD 9-U80-78 Half-Track~ M. TJ;l9-710A-20, TB 9-710C-~. ''D 9-71G-28, ''D ORD 8. ''M M2Al :.,. :.: TB ORD M9A1...''M 9-707, ''M A., TM9-1707B, TB , TB ORn 8, LO 118 P engel'l--'" Chevrolet.,.TM , TM G-l188. TM Ford TB ORD Plymouth.TM , ''M 10-1UO. ''M , ''D ORD FE1 Ba1lwa,. Hospital TB 66-2&6-l, ''B M1918Ml TD 9-14~1-1 ' Beconnaissanc., ~ Toll, 40 Wheel Drive, 80 N Wheelbas. T:M Scout, M8Al. Til 9-701, TK TM B, TM , TM 9-l705E, TJ( , TM '-1709, TB , ''D FEl, TB 9-17U~., TB ORD 8, ''D ORD, ''B OBD {n, TB OBD 166. TB Om lu,tb ORP 114. LO.0 i

113 p labs: (Oonttuue4) "4\1 Sedau_ Chevrolet.,.TM , TB ORD 89, L052'1' Ford, TM , TM , TM , TB ORD , Ld529 Packard :.' LO 580 Plymouth LO 528 CART; Log. Low Hitchinlr, D4. Williamette- Hyster Co, TM 5-95\1 CARTRDGES: Aircraft Guns, 20 mm. TB ORD 187 AP-T, M70. FT 51-A-3, FT 57-D-l A P CAT, M86.FT 57-A-8, FT 57-D-l Ball M2, Cal..SO FT 0.SO-A-4. M2. Cal..50 FTO.50-H-1 Grenade. Auxiliary, M7. TB TB ORD 21 dentlftcation.. TB ORD 194 lrnition, M5Al FT 60-D-3. FT 60-G-1 M2. Cal..SO FT M2. Cal..50 FT 0.50-H-1 Division and Corps FM Drill Regulations- Horse..... FM 2-5 Mechanized FM 2-7 Employment...'..FM 2-15, TC 107, 1943 M.echanized Reconnaissance, Squadron FM 2-10 Reconnaissance Troop, Mechanized. FM 2-20 CELLS. Fuel TB ORD 111 CEMENT PLANTS, Portable. 80.TPH. Gasoline Engine-Driven, B1aw-Knox..TM LO 1052 CENSORSHP. FM 30-28, TC 15, CENTERS, Service (Air) FM CEYLON, Medical and Sanitary Data.....TB MED 109 CHANS: Timing, nspection on Truck '4-Ton, 4 x TB CHANGER, Cassette, Stereoscopic, Upright. Magnetically Controlled...TM CHAPLAN... : TM CHARGER BATTERY, Reetifier. Dry Plate (Fast), 110~Volt, 60-Cycle, AC. for One 6-Volt, 120-amp-hour Battery~ Benwood- Linze, 50 TM CHARGES: Demolition. TB ORD 214 Depth....TB ORD 124 Shaped 10 lb., M2 and M2Al..TB i, lb., M2A3... TB Demolition, 40 lb., TS TB GHARG~G, Set SCR-169. TM , TM H, TM 11-S02K, TB 11":302-1, TB 11":802~2 SCR-606-A TM ghasss, Body, For Scout Car, MSA1. TM E Car, Armored, T17E1 (Chevrolet)... TM C Half-Track Vehicle (HC) TM B, TM C Scout Car, MSA1...TM Truck, GMC. ACKWX.S5S TM Vehicles. Motor _ TM CHECK. Shen, 4.2-1neh Chemleal Mortar :M2 CLEANNGt TB ~8 Bearings... / CHECKER. Precision Tube. Series Anti-Friction TBENG , 914, 920, 922, 954. Tube Test Data.. Ball & Roller TB 9-28io TB SG 94 Containers. Precautions TB ,:",1 Gasoline Containers n Theaters of Op CHECK-LST, For.Servlce Record (W. D.. erations TB QM U AGO. Form No. 24) Supplement (Tente- nteriors of Compressed Gas Cylinder. tive) TM Tanks, and Accessories TB CW 20. CHECK VALVE SECTON. 4-nch Pipe Line. Ordnance Material.TM Consisting of One (1) 4-nch Gate valve Stencil Duplicators TB QM 24 and One (1) 4-nch combination Check Unit, Steam, Shop Wheel-Mounted, Oil- and Gate. Fabricated nto A20-Foot Section Burning One Gun, Nozzle-Controlled. of victualic Coupling Assembly. TM Homestead. JM. ; TB CHEMCAL: Use of Pressure hose Te51,19U Agents- CLEARNG: Casualties, Treatment of..tm Sandblaster ~B ENG 8& Military Chemistry TM CLERKS: Munitions in Traininlr....TM Army... TM 12-21>1 Attacks. Defense Against.... FM Regimental and Unit Mall.TM > Defense, Air establishments. TC , 1942 CLPS: Depot Company.:.... FM 3~65 Laboratory, Company.. FM 3-25 Spring. Longer..TB , TB ORD 204 Materiel, destruction..tc Detonating Cord, M...TB ENG 53 T PAT. M76, FT 57-D-l Mortar (See Mortars) CLOTHNG: 'Mortar Mount (See Mounts) Cold Weather...TM TB grain, T2 FT 105-P-1 Munitions (See Munitions) TB QM S. TC 37, 79, 1948 CASES: Spraying, Air TM General FM ML-48 through ML-48-E (For Barom Supply and Field Service.. FM 3-15 mpregnating Plant (See Plants) eter) TM Terminology TC Jungle TB QM 18 Amputation..... : TB MED 10 Troops. Gunners FM 3-10 Repairs, ~.'!B QM 22 CASUALTES, Chemical Agents. Treatment Warfare, Tactics.... FM 3-5 CLUSTERS:.... :..... ;. TM Warfare Weather Manual. TM 3~240 Aimable, Using E23 Adapter...TB CW 19 CAVALRY, CHEMCALS: Master, D78123.TB ORD 182 Danierous, Storage and Shipment... CLUTCH HOUSNGS,...TM Dodge. Conversion.. TB Handling and Loading Equipment TM Lubrication Fitting... ".TB FE Processing. Company'... FM 3-30 COAST ARTLLERY (See Artillery, Coast) CHEMSTRY, Military and Chemical Agents COAST, Defense....FM \ TM CODE; CHESTS: Division Field..TM CH-50 (Part of Sound Ranging Set GR-S) Fiscal. War Department..TM L03039 Morse TC ;TC ; CH-50-A. CG-50-B, CH-62-A, and CH- TC S : TC 3, B TM Practice. Equipment ;.TM CHEST SETS, TD-1, TD-2, a.nd TD CODES, Machine Records Unit...TM TB SG 129 COFFEE. Brewing.....TB CHNESE-ENGLSH GLOSSARY..TM COLS. C-161 and C TB SG 29 CHLORNATOR, D1rect-~'eed. Type MEPDM. ~~~~A;;:~ATHER OPERATONS FM , Wallace and Ternan TM ntelligence. Military FM 30-5 CPHERNG, Equipment. Automatic. Applica. n Towns, Attack on a Fortified Position tion to fixed Radio and Wire Circuits.... FM " ' '" TB SG 19 Practice Firing. Armored Force Units. CRCLES, Aiming. Ml, M1918. (French), FM M1916, and M1916Ml ; ". ".... Troops, Operations FM 100-& '.....TM , TM , TB Vehicle Armament. ncludes; Gun, 37 CRCUTS; Operation in Switchboard Hn~llin mm. MS. M6; Mount. Combinll"tion...TB Gun. M19, M20. M22, M23. M'24; Gun CRCULARS, Orders. Bulletins, and ltjemo- 75-mm, M2. M3; Mount. M1 Gun, 75 randa... T,:M mm. M3; Mount Combination G'un, CVL, M34. M34A LO 58, 58A Affairs FM 27-5 COMMAND POSTS, Camouflage..FM 5-20C Disturbances.... FM COMMSSARY. Sale.....TM CLAMP, Trestle-Bracing., TB ' COMMUNCATON, CLASSFCATON: Air-Ground TM 1-465, TC Civilian- Air-Ground. Code TM Occupations. Coding TM Air, (Signal) FM 1-45 Occupational, Enlisted PersonneL.. Aircraft warning. 0 FM TM2-427 Amphibious. combined FM MiJitary- Armored division.. FM Coding-Field Operation... TM Armored units... ~,FM Occupational, Enlisted Personnel... Cavalry division.... FM TM Construction of Routes: FM: 5-10 Officer- nfantry division.....fm 7-24, FM Comm.issioned and Warrant... Joint Operations, Signals.. TM TM , TM Air extract.fm Personnel TM 12-4~5 Army extract FM Radio. (See Radio Communication)..steam, HYllressure'Jenny, JM- Home- Reconnaissance unit......tc 107, 1948 stead Valve Mfg. Co TM Security TM Brake Hydrovac Air. TB FE Signal, (See Signal Communication) CLEANER: 112 :1 1[ ' ~"""~ ~iiiiiiii ~~~ ~"""

114 eommuncaton: (Contnued) CONSTRUCTON~ eounter!!t1dve!l!!v1!l mltrt1c''ons, SY,stems, Electrical Engineering. TM Bridges FM TM 'Target Range TM Culvert; TB ENG 43 COUPLNG. MC-398-D....TB ~2 Telephone TB SG 50 General FM 5-10 COURTESY, Military FM TC 70. lu VSual Signaling FM!U-22 Line, Open Wire Pole. Tactical. TM ,,TC 28, 1942 Piles and Pile Driving..TB ENG 32 COVER, ndicator, M415. TB ORD 26 Radiotelegraph.FM Pole Line '".'.TM COVERS:. Wire TB SG 37 Protective ' TM Arm. Cylinder Head Rocker.TB OaD FE 11 COMPA-NES: Railways TB G.un Breech. Rear, :p50003.tb FE 1 Amphibian Truck ;.TM ;;5-150 Routes of Communication... FM 5-10 Housing, Elevating' Mechanism " Armored. nfantry FM Theater of Operations TM ' TB Bakery. Q.M...TM , TB 10-41;;-2 TM Rocker Box. nterference. TS9-175i-20 ' Car. Q.M TM CONTANERS: CRAFTS" Harbor FM 55-1at Chemical Depot....'....FM 8-65 Ammunition.....TB ORD 197 Refrigeration...TM , TB 10-'615-1, TB Cleaning Precautions....TB 9-28ii2-1 Gasoline......TB QM 34 St<!rilization. Q.M TM Revision to Prevent Sticking of Shells., COMPARTMENTS, Drivers" Placement of Caution '" ", TB ORD FE8 Tags...TB ORD 20 CONTRACTOR. Unit. BC-608 A TM COMPASSES: CONTRACTS: M2 TM ML-197 TM Dummy training TC 76, 1943 Prismatic TM Scout Cars. M3A1, Half-track Vehicles TB ORD 164 Use ;...,.. FM Vehicular. Pioneer 18&0 TB ENG 24 <::OMPRESSORS: A-ir- All Types, Technical Data. TB Electric Motor Power. Truck Mount ed v A-410-U, American Brakeshoe... TM Gasoline Engine-Driven. 7cfm, M ; TM Gasoline. 105-cfm, Le Roi, 105-GA Truck Mounted 1 'h -Ton 4 x 4 and 2 'h -Ton 6 x 6 TM , TB , TB LO 1013 ngersolj-r;md D60 TM ngersolj-rand Co. HK-315. TM Pioneer, Model SP%,,TM Portable, G~soline Engine-Driven. 16 efm., Quincy. 216 with Kiekhaefer Enaine. KB5F...TM , TB Trailer-Mounted- ' Pneumatic Tires, Gasoline Engine.. Driven. 55-cfm, ngersoll-rand, 6R-50, with Wisconsin Engine, VF-4... :TM TB LO 1058 Steel Wheels, Diesel, 815-cfm. n gersoll-rand. K TM TB LO 1011 Steel Wheels. Diesel, 500-cfm. Chi" cago Pneumatic PO-8... TM , TB LO 1012 Truck Mounted. Gasoline 105-cfm. Sullivan. 105, Class WD TM 5-' cfm, Schramm, 60..TM LO 1077 COMPUTERS: M. Gun Data...FM TM TM M3 and M4...TM A M8. Gun Data. TM 9-669, TM B ' CONCEALMENT: Airfields... ': ".. TM 5-2'66 nstallations. large TC Seacoast Fortifications '.. TM 5>'265 CONE, Hub Wheel. Front....TB CONNECTOR; Line, Unit, EE-87.TM Administrative Audit, Procedures. Cost Plus-A-Fixed-Fee Supply...TM Fixed-Price Supply, Termination Account ing Manual....TM Furnished Under Fixed-Price, Government Property Accounting TM Requirements, Procurements TM Termination Accounting for Fixed-Price Supply : TM CONTROL PANELS. (See Panels, Control) CONVERSON TABLES; Coordinate. TM CONVERTER: Altitude, M2 TM B CF TM CV-2/TX TM M-209. M-20!):A. M-209-B (0). TM 'B TB M TM Rotary ; TM CONVEYORS: All Types. Technical Data...TB Belt, TrSlDsfer, Gasoline Engine-Driven 24-in. x 57 ft.. Barber-Greene. Style N TM TB in. x 50-ft. 'High Mast; 30-in. x 35-ft. Low Mast; 30-in. " 50-ft. Low Mast; 300-FPM; 30-in. " 50 ft. Low Mast. 400 FPM. TM , LO LO 1110 Portable- Electric, 220-A. Jeffrey Mfg....., TM 5~9906 Pioneerin~ Engineer Works.... TM "THD 2460". Le Roi Gasoline En. gine. Throwbridge Convey~r TM COOK: Army TM Baking TM COOKNG: Coffee TB Meat ;......TB COOKNG OUTFTS: Stoves. Ranges. Ovens.. '".....,,, " TM CORDS. Power TB SG 25 CORKS. ML-56 and ML-201-A (Hydrogen Generator) TB SG 100 CORPS: Army, Theater of Operations, G.H.G.. Organizations and Operations.. FM Cavalry and Cavalry Division, Organiza tion and Operation......FM CORRESPONDENCE: TM CORRESPONDENTS. With U. S. Army ' FM CORROSON. Correcting.....TB CONSERVATON: CORsiCA: Medical and Sanitary Data. Fats TB QM 10, TB MED 125. Food..., TC 118, 1943 COUNTER NTELLGENCE (See Also n- CONSOLES. Control, Wilcox type CS telligel\ce) 1M TM Military ntelligenoe 'K ao-16 CRANES: All Types, Technical Data TB Browning Locomotive... TM Bucyrus Erie, HB,... '" TM 5-951' Crawler Mounted. Gasoline.*-cu. yd., with Attachments (Koehring 304).. ; LO 1054, 1054A. 1054D Hydraulic-Operated. M-ll-A. TB 5_ Locomotive. Maintenance.. TB TB TB Portal. Wharf, Diesel. Engine-Driven. 17-ton. Marion. TB Tractor.Operated-. LeTour.neau AD-3.TB M :...TB Non-Revo1ving lb. Capacity at 10-ft. Radius. 30-ft. Boom LeTourneau. AD-3....TM lb.. Capacity at 10-ft.. Radius, 20-ft. Boom. LeTourneau, M-20! TM TB Truck, Heavy Wrecking M1 (Ward LaFrance) (Kenworth).... TM M1A1 (Ward Lalfrance and Ken worth) TM Truck-Mounted- Bridge Erector. Hydraulic-Operated. Day'brook- '. M.ll.TM TM , M-11A TM TM TB Hei!. M-H-A TM Diesel or Gasoliv, *-cu.yd. Thew. MC-3 (10-ton).....TB Gasoline, ti-cu.yd. Quick-Way, E, with H, U-9 Power Unit... TM TB LO A Wart Portal Diesel (17-ton Marion) LO 1071 Wheeled..:.... TB QM 4 CRANKCASE. Reclamation. From Cover B Contin..ntal Radial Engine R 975":' C TB CRANKSHAFTS, n line Engine. Reclamation.... TB CRAYON, Vesicant Detector...TC CREW DRLLS: Gun Motor Carriage, M FM 18~1 Gunnery,.75..mm Assault Howitzer on Motor Carriage :td8. '..FM Half-TrAck Vehicles FM Heavy Tank, T26E1....FM Light Armored Car M8.. FM 2-6 Light Tsnk M5 Series.. FM Medium Tank M FM 17-6'7 CRMPER. Cap. M TB ENG 21 CROSS MEMBERS. U.ShaDed. Trucks. 2%" ton. 6x6. GMC..., TB ORD 184. Light Armored Car, M8 FM 2-1 Tanks- Light M5 FM M4- ' FM l7-711 Medium, M'. n 1'1-67, FM 1'f-'l ~-~-~

115 i: il! ill CBU$HERS A Type Technlc"t Dds TlH-t Jaw Type. G".oline EngiM! Driven. Cr"..ler.Mount.d, 30.n. * to 'JOO to 'OO ton. per, hour. 68-A, '.c. ;'.'.'... TM 5-12U. LO noo, 1l00A Bock. J... Type.' 4 Wheel Tr"ller.Mouni>,ael.,'1 cu.yd. per hour. Gruendler.TY.Jle 101&A ; ' TM , TM Til LO :072 Roll-Type, Gasoline Engine-Driv,en--: Cr"wler.Mounted, 54 n. Di" x 24 n" F"ce. 100 to UO-tons per hour.' 64-VA ". TM 6'-1245, LO tun, 1l01A Traller.Mounted, -Ste.l.Wheel 48 n, Di., x 23-in. Face. 40.to' 140., tons per hour. 42-VA..'l'M 1i LO A 'creen.r anel W"sher. Rol.Type. Belt. Driven, Cr"..ler.Mount.d, 40.n. Dia x 2-n. Fac 40 to 140 TPH, 100.WA..nd Hydrator Sand, Screw-Feed. Chain Driven, Trailer - Mount.d, 4 "Steel Wheel 40 to60-tph,ploneer ~ TM , LO t.rSHNG.AND SCREENNG PLANTS, All Typ.s. Technlc!,1 'Dd"..TH Unite. G"sollne. Semitr.iler. Mounted with Dollles. 25-cu. yd. per hour. owa No.1. with Buda, L-U5 Engine. Maintenance and Part....TM TM No.2, with Buda L-526 Engine and Ca.e LAE Enllin.....TM TB LO 1034,1034A, LO 1034B. 1084C Cft,YPTOGRAPHY. Military. Adv.nc;ed TM CULTVATOR, Chisel-Tooth. 12-in. Spacinll. -ft Wide. nternational Harve.ter. DYRR F... : ,. TM CULTURE, B.cteriological, M~dia.. TB MED 60 CURTANS: Gasproof. M-l. TB 3-85G-181 OUTTER: ' Cloth. Rot.ry, Electric, 110-Volt, 60 Cycle. AC. 5lA1 -in. Blade, Eastman. Model N TM Cable, M1 TB ORD 233 CUTTNG. Under-water TB ENG 49 CYLNDER: Chemic., M1A2'. TM Ga.. ComprelBed,.TB CW 20 CZECHOSLOVAKA. Medical.nd Sanitary Data TB MED 107 DDT TB MED 14 DECONTAMNATNG APPARATUS: Ml.....TM 3~220. TB M2. TM-220. TB , TB lllal 0 TM 8-221, TM 3-228, Te 32, 101, 1941 lla2, Power-Driven....TB Power-Dl"ven, M8Al, M8A2, and M4. Heater, Water. Portable, Ml...d oth.r Auxili"ry Equipm.ni.,...TM M TM 8-222, TB , TC 9~. 101, 1948 DJjlOONTAMNATON '" TM 1-220, TB Armored Force Vehisl FM i7-59 Ohemieal Comp.ny FM 8-70 Gr.phie tr.ininlf.id TC 42,1944 DEFENSE: Aa'ain.t Aerial Attack..TM Tcu,illU ~alnet Oh_le.1 Att.ek..FM 21-40, TO 31, ll Ar.btllt ne.ndiuie F. 21-4! Alt FM 1-25 opallt.. : ; FM Searehllshte. AA,. TC U..uatacl. 70r AJMricaa loleller DE<$RESSER, Vapor,!letrex; VH,400, No D.troit Rex Prqduct~ TM DEH1:;DRA'llED" Food Cookinw.. TM, 10-40& DlllHY;DRATORS:' All Types, Technical D"t"...TB 5-9nO-l0 Sand. Screw Feed, Chain.Driven, Trsiler Mounted. 4 Steel Wheel., 40 to 60.TPH, For Crushing,,Screenin nd Washing PJs,nt. Gaaoline. Pioneer..LO 1104 DEMOLTONS' ChaTg'es, Safety Distance ReQuirements for Preparation......TB ORD 214 Explosives FM 5-25 QM SUllplie. "lid E<,i!pment...TB QM 27 Snake'i M2 '.....TC 21,19U DEMOLTON 'SNAKE, M2A. ;..TBENG 47 DENTAL TECHNCANS TM DENTURES..., TB MED 44 DEPOTS: Company Supply TM Ordnance Supply.... FM 9-25 Quartermaster Base Company TM SUi>ply, Medlc"l. TM DEPTH CHARGE, Alretaft, 250-lb., MK V (British) TB ORD 124 DERRCK: Bumper.Mounting, Cable-Operated, ~ Ton, Di"mond ron Works....TM Steel. Standard.....TB ENG 45 Stiff-Leg: 4-Ton, neram. 504 and Wiley, A, TB O Ton. - Wiley (10 to 26.Ton).. TM Wiley. E......TB DESERT, Operations FM DESGNATONS. Nomenclature, Signal Corps Publications TB SG 103 DESTRUCTON: Aircraft......TC 102, 123, 1948 Chemica; Materiel. TC 65, 1943 Engineer Materiel.....TC 4~ Ordnance Materier..TC 5, 16, Siena! MaterieL...TC 63, 1942 TC 16, 1948 DESTRUCTOR: AN-M1.TB ORD 51 AN M2.....TBORD51 M3.. 0 TB ORD 51 M4 TB ,DETECTORS: Anti-Tank Min Portable M-..TM Gas, TC Mine, AN/PRS-. TM Sets: AN/PRS-l....TB SCR 620-A to E......TM TB , TB , TB sound, Speak-O-Phone, Model SDB... '....TM DETONATOR, Concussion. Type T-1. TB DAGRAMS: Radio sets, eround.. ; TM Wirine- Directors, M9 and M10...TM C Gun D"t" Computers M8 Series......TM B DAL ASSEMBLES, Tuninlf C"pacitor TB DALS. Fuze, On Motor Drive, M2E1,,.,... 0 TB ORD 128 DATHERMY, Medical Technique... TM DATHERMY APPARATUS: Short W"ve, Complete. '110 volt, 60-eycle, TM DATON:rE, Water Purification Equipment Pack (Man or Animal Type), '15.GPM... " ',' TB DCTONAREl'l't Military- English-Portu.ue.e. Portn.u... English..,.,,'"... J'M: 8q~25'1 English-Spanish, Spanish.English.....,......, TM French-English TM8Q-,253 German :.TM , TM.; '-5e6 talian TM Russian TlraO-54'4 DCTONARY. Army Term....TM DESEL ENGNES: (5 En.ines. Diesel) DETS. HOSPTAL.,', TM 8-M10 DGEST: Field Reports.'.,.TB 'SG 118 Order... 0 TM''12-266A DGGERS: All Types, Technical Dat"...TB Clay. Pneumatic, ndependent Pneum.tic, Thor, No. 412, TM 5-4,024 DRECTORS: Antiaircraft- M3.....TM , TM , TM TC 5, 9. 19U M4 and M7....,.FM M5. AA. M5A1..TM TM 9.,1659. TB M6..., TB M7, AA. M7 A1B1. 0 TM9-658 TC5, 9, 1944 M7A1B2 TM 9-658, TBORD 181 M9 and M0, FM U-38, TM'9-671 TB B-l, TC U. TM A. TB 9-'1671A-2. TM B. TM 9~1'671C. '<. TB ORD221 M9Al... 0 FM U-88, 'fm 9-671, TB ORD 221 M9A2...FM 'U-311,TM TM D, TB ORD 221 M10 FM U-38, TM 9-671, TB ORD 221, TB B-1 DRECTORY: Equipment, Silr""l...TMEl1-227 DSBURSNG OFFCES......'1'M: DSCHARGE: Jo'rom Active Duty, Enlisted Personnel TM DlSCPLNE. Militery FM21-50 DSEASES: Acute Respiratory TB MED 112 Communicable. Part X, W.D., M.D. Forms No. 86ab TB MED 92 ' Fever- Sand Fly....TB MED sa Scrub Typhus. 0,.TB MED 31. Gonorrhea, Treatment.. 0 TB MED 96 nfectiou tb MED 45 nftuenza Vaccine,.TB MED 85 Respiratory TB MED 47. TB MED 69 Trench Foot TB MED 81 Venereal, training ~.".TC 22,1944 Women's, :......TB MED 8 DSPENSER, Gasoline. Portable, Gray......, '..... TM ' DSTLLATON UNT: 2000-eals., M2E10B, Cleaver-Brooks ,.... TM Skid-Mounted, '''1. Per D"y. Clea ver-brooks, 3E-12..TB DlSTLLNG APPARATUS... ~...TM _ DSTRBUTORS: All Types. Technical Dat... TB 6-972~ Asphalt, 1250 Gal.. Tr"Uer. MOUnted. (Etnyre. MX).....,....LO 1015 Bituminous Material. Tr"i1eio - Mounted, 1250-Gal. Etnyre- MX-D4, liltyle RE...,...TM MX-D5, Style ke......,'tom , TB TB ll.'

116 b1stjtbutolls: (Col>tiJmed) Bituminoua Material, Truel, - Mounted, 800-Gal. Etnyre, MX-D6, Style RE,."th Le Roi Engine, DUO with Le Rili Engine P2877D2... TM Water. Truek-Mounted, 1000-Gal., Rosco, MME. with W~scon8in Engine, VE TM TB DSTRBUTOR PONTS, Reelamation TB DSTURBANCES, Domestic, Military Law FM DrrCHER, Plow-Type. 12-in. Bottom, 26-in. Depth, Killefer, 350R....TM DTCHNG MACHNES: All Types, Teehnical Data...TB Ladder-Type. Crawler-Mounted. Gasoline, Digging- Depth 8-ft, Width 18 to 24-in., Bar. ber Greene. H-C TM , TB , TB , LO A Wheel-Type, Crawler-Mounted, Gasoline. Digging- Depth 5-ft. 6-ln., Width 23-in., Cleveland. 110 bs...tm , TB , LO 1042, 1042A DVE BOMBNG TM DVNG, Military...TM DVNG EQUPMENT, Set No.2, Shallow- Water, Ohio Rubber TM DOGS: Transportation FM 25-6 War TM DOLLY: 2-Wheel, Semitrailer, Flat-Bed, 4'h -Ton, 2-Dual Tires- Dart 40 TM Deere. Type,.TM Hobb., D TM Trailer Co. of America, TX " TM 5 -,,37-5 Fruehauf, DC TM ton. Converter......,.. TM 9892 DOORS, Glove Compartment on GMC and Chevrolet Vehicles, Reclamation TB DOWELS, nstallation in- Rear Wheel Sprock. ets tb DRAFTNG, Topographic...TM DRAGS: All Types, Technical Data...TB Bituminolls BruAh, D. Traffic &; Road Equipment... TM , TB , TM Snow, Rectangular, 28-ft. Wide. Blaw- ~Knox...,....TM DRAWNG, Mechanical.TM DRFTER: Pneumatie Column-Mounted, lngerooll-rand, DA-35 TM Wagon-Mounted. ngersoll-rand, X71-WD (on FM 2 Wagon)... " ~. TM ,. TB DRhL: Armored Forc'e.-FM 17-6 Artillery, Field,....FM 6-6 Crew, (76-mm Gun Motor Carriage M18..,, FM Regulation., nfantry }. FM 22-5 Sharpener, R 34, Oil Furnace JA3. Grinder. 4K ngerooll-rand... TM DRLtNG MACHNES, No. 18-L. Buffalo Forge TM DRLL PRESS: Floor Type. Buffalo Forge Co. No. 16 TM No. 16 TM No. 25 TM5-noil Excelsier 21--Royersford Foundry.. Machin. Co TM H-in. Delta Mfg TM: in. Delta Mfg TM 5'-4658.DRLL STAND: Model 102. Maehine, Type Co. Cincinnati Elee. Tool Co. TM 5-478~ DRLLS: All Type. Technical Data...TB , TB 5-9'720 9 Black" Decker (% Standard, Type A--) ' TM Calyx, Co-Calyx, ngersoll-rand Co......, ". TM ' Drifter:!lltTn! AftftltlJCU't'Z~ (entblll") Dual-Drum-(Continued) Travel or Central 1>lant, Trane.. : Mounted- (Continued) 80 to 160-TPH, Barber-Gloeen" TM , TB5~ Gasoline. with Elevator Bucket, Barber- Greene, ,1068A, 1068B Single-Drum. Semitrailer-Mounted. Pneumatic Tire. 15 to 30-ton. per hour, Barber-Greene, TM , TB DUPLCATORS: Stencil, Cleaning and repairing tb QM 24 Dll.LL Pt!:!!: (e.l>till.uel!) Triple Dut7 Pneumatic DUTES: Guard. nterior.....fm 26,6 Column-Mounted, ngersoll Rand DA 3b".. TM i DYNAMOTOR UNT, BD-77-C...TM 11-9a Wagon-Mounted, ngersoll-rand, X71-WD (on FM-2 Wagon) TM Electrie: Cincinnati Electrical Tool. Standard Universal 104'L ULS TM 5-47~2 110,,, VO TM , UW-Y... :..TM Heavy Duty, Black" Decker Mf/t. Type E, 'h" TM Type H, No. 60'~". ' ;, TM Van Dorn, Types H. HR, for No. 60~".....TM Electric- Mmers FaJ. 14" 400B TM 5-4~52 ~/," 321AB TM DYNAMOTORS, Limited Repairs and Replacement Plan TB SG 184 DYSENTERY. Bacillary TB MED 1111 ELBOWS. Exhaust, Engine, Radial R-975, Reclantoation.. TB ELECTRCTY; Automotive TM Fundamentals...TM ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY..TB MED a ELECTROLYTE, to Specifie Gravity. ~... ~.. TB ORD 191. ELEVATORS: Aggre~8te. Bucket, Chain Drive, Semi-_ trai1er Mounted~ Pneumatic Tires, 16 to 30-tons per hour. Barber-Greene, 831 TM TB f All Type Technical Data, TB Pneumatic~ Cradle, Ml with Cal..50 Machine Gufl Thor, ndep-ndent Pneumatic Tool- Tripod, Mount M3, TB L267 ~ TM 5-,4392 ELMNATORS. Battery, Trojan Rectifier,,, L632 TM TM EMPLACEMENTS: Gun, Exca"ation, Use of Explo.ive. '.. ' TB-ENG-'1 EMPLOYMENT: Pneumatic Portable Non-Reversible- ngersoll-rand. Multivane... TM n-4:;1l2 No 3 Morse Taper, ngenojl- Rand. (For Steel)..TM Rock, ngersoll-rand 35-lb. Clas. JA-35 Jackhammer TM b. Class. JB-4... TM X 55-1b Class,.JB-5, TM Wood-Boring. No.2 Morse Taper, nd~pendent Pneumatic, Thor 62WJ!l,... Radial: Candey-Otto. 8 Seed, No , ft, TM Candey~Otto. 12 Speed.... TM 5-4i"42 Carlton Drill. Type la TM 5-46H Reversible. Skilsaw. 103, 123, 143.,..... TM Rotary, ndependent, ;; TM 5-4.>76 Skilsaw. 80 TM Wizard. 12 Siloed Hole. The American Tool Works Co...,......TM DRVERS: Maintenanee nstruetionl - TB Selectio;' and TraininK...TN: DRVNG: Blackout, Aid....TB ENG 51 DRUMS: Airh~rne and Troop Carrier Forc'?8... TC Artillery- Antiaircraft, as FA.....'e Field. Tactical FM 6-20 Cannon Company. nfantry Regiment TC Cavaln. MechRnized Units, TC 107,1943 Enltineer Un;t.,. _' TC TRnk De.troyer Units TC 88, ENE:'."-Y PERSONNEL ".FM 3fJ-li ENGNEER Armor.d Vehicle TC RaltRlion. Armored.... FM EQuipment-L Disa~~embly and Loading for Transport n c-n Cargo Plane,. ' TB ENG 33A nstructions for Preparation for Export TM , TM Spare Part TB Foundry Units....TM Matl-riel. De,truction..,., TC 4X, 1943 Operations. Flyer's Armor. TB ENG 30 PO'!. Repair Shop......TM Soldier's Handbook. FM Technical Manual..TC f T"o' TM Troop..,.... FM 5-5. FM 5-35 Brake. Reclamation TB \ Unit.., TC Dented, Repair.,......TB Q\i 24 Operat1Ons..... FM 5-6 Range, New.. TB ORD 140 : ENGNEERS, Aviation TM Use of for Culvert Constmction.T- ENG 43 DRYERS AGGREGATE: All Type., Technical Data,.. TB ENGNES: Accegoorlel- Dual~Drum- Travel or Central Plant, Trailer. Mounted 80 to 100-TPH, Barber-Greene. '.81...LO 1060, 1010A, 1080B 115 Tank, LiKht. T9El....TV A Torquf! Converter for Tractor. High....peed, H-ton, M4.. :...TM A Tractor M5. 2 ton, Crane. TM A Truck, 10-ton, 6 x 4 (Mack)... TV'

117 j.engnes : (eontfnue4) Atr Cooled, Briglrs and StrottOtl, Wiseotl. ain, and Ja"obsen, Pr.eventive laintenan.ee, TB SG Air-craft..... TM Operation and Test TM Po~er Plant...,. Tll Super"harginlr.....TM Caterpillar, RD 1820 (Medium Tank, :M4A6).,...,. Tll A Continental R-975 Series..TB ORD 16, TB ORD 101, TB ORD 115, TC 61, 1948 R-975-CL..TB , TB ORD 145 R-975-C4..,TM , TB Z Conversion- TransmisBion- GMC T16 (1988) and AFKX (1940) to Chevrolet 1V. ton (1941 and 19(2).TB Dodge, 1V..ton (19U.1989) to (1941 and 19(2).TB Cooling Systems and Fuel Systems....,.. l......tm 9~1729A CrankShaft Radial, R975, Reelamation.. TB ' Dleoel Alco-Sulzer Two Cycle, Operating nstruction Book.,.,TM i5-1u2 Atlaa 6c 7%x10'h Marine Engines No, 11784, Atlas 1m.erial Diesel., Tl Atlu mperial, 6 HM2124, Marine., Tl Atlas mperial, 6 HM TM BUda-Lanova, -DCMR , TM ' Buiberson T1400, Medium Tanks, M8, M4 and Related Gun Motor Carriage,.,...,." TM E Caterpillar, D TM Caterpillar, D-8800, Power Unit.. TM Caterpillar, D TM Caterpillar D Marine....TM Clark, MD4 and MD6, Marine. TM Cummins, H......TM 5-&376 For U. S. Army Transpoi-tatioD Corps, Contract W-2789 TC 335,.....Tll , TM , 1002 Enterprise Marine DMG-6 Tll DlG-38 Tll Fairbanks-Mors.: Marine 37-E-14..,.TM larine 371E-18...TM Fairbanks Morse 136A4 "', Marine....TM Marine, 35F 10M (in5tructione No. 3500F10)...TM Marine, l4f14m.".tm (nstructions No '10) 'l,'m Marine. S5F8 %, nstructions No. 3500F8 %...Tll Marine, 36A 5 1 f.,m, 86A 61h Stationary and 36AA 5 1,1, Sta tionary Gas (nstructions No. 86~fA5%)... TM 55-la Mari1lll, S7F12 TM 5&-1111 (GM 8-71 RC 14) For Tractor, Med ium, M1 (Allis-Chalme.. HD 7W) TM 9-1'188A General MotorB- Marine 8~278A.. LO 7008 Marine, 1-71 and '-Tl....-" ul.'l'm ENGNES, (Centltllle4t Diesel-(Continued) General Metora-(C&lltil.\ue41) MaritB. -USA TM 55':'1066 Marine, -null. Tll 61i-U&5 Marin ATS...LO 7007, TM Mar n a l!-178a (!teduetion Gear a: PropUlsion lleetrle Motor).. LO 7002, TM tadial. TK '-1721G. TM 11-1'Tl Twill '-Cylindar. Model TB G-8 Witte VerticHl. Stationary. ''M 5,;}-,-1040 Wolverin. Marine TM: , LO 7014 Dodge T2U. TB ORO FE7 Tnl.,.TB ORD FE7 Dynamometer Test., TB ORD 89 Gasoline-- Brhrge a: Stratton, t. N, A. B, a: ZZ... TB 20-2 B TM Commando, Marin. R-S02. TM 'Chrie-Craft; Marin. K, KR, KB and Wt-UO TM: Continental PF-170 and PF TM Ytl......,..TB Evinrude. 4875, Outboard. TM Hercules JXD for Seout Cara TM '-170', Tl B Hudoon nvader, U8...Tll nvincible, llarlne M8UO. TM Radial,.-Cylinder.. TB ' , -. TB ' Sterling Admital V-UOG-6, Marine V ,......TM Sterling L-6, Marine..., TM Sterling Viking 11, Marina. TM: Universal Utility FOllr, BN, BNM, BNR, BNMR, Marine... Tll 5o 10~5 WiRconsin, AB, AK. AKS.. Tll Wiscon8ln AB, AX:, AKH, VE-4 and VF-4..., ,....TB 20-1 Gubereon, T Tll Half-Track Vehicles (HC)..TM A Handpiece- Angle TM Straight.TM BerculelJ- Serie. HX. C and D....TM9-1832A Serie..lX. B. C, D, E-8. Fond CB-JXD '..,....TM '-1832A, TB A-1 Seri RX, Band C... TM 9-H32A, TB '-1832A-FE-1 Seri.. WXL, Canol. C-8...TM n-line, Reclamation of Main Bearing Saddles and Cap TB LeRol Company D2, P-2877, MX.,.. TM 5-99:;0 DU Pl-7 TM D201 P3-721 Serie TM Marine-- Buda Silver Cro n TM 6i-1087 Chry.l.r M, M'1, Jl. M0... LO 7004 Chrysler, Tll Chrysler, M TM Dlesel Caterpillar,D TM Cooper - Bessemer, GSB-8; Unite....TM Hall Scott Dafellder,.LO 7006 Hall Scott nvader L0'1006 Packard, Type. W7 through W18,. TM Serlpp., 208G Tll , 161, 162, 168, , 170, 171, 171, 1'{, 174, 1U, 200, 101,... N, Sfi...TM & ENGNES, (Continued) lari"e-(continued) Oil Gage Blade Marking., ncorrect..;; TB'ORD 219 Plymouth 1'14..TB ORD FE1 Radial- Booster Coils, nspection.. TB ORD 151 Continental R975-C1 TM TB , TB R9-17S1-19, Tahle of Limit"., TB W670-9A.....,....TB , TB ORD 45 DisJ)o8ition of Unserviceable Sodium Filled Exhaust Valves.. TB ORO 184 Unserviceable Cylinder. Assemblies....,.....TB ORO 18'1 Rebuild Data- Type, 5th Echelon Base Shops..,.., TB ORO 58 Type 2, 5th Echelon Base Shops.....TB ORD 73 RSC-4 Cylinder, Lausen Engine Co TM Replacement, equipped...ith Radio Suppression.. TB tustproofing TB SG 21 Slud... Formation TB ORD 28 Tanks- Engin. Oil Drain Period.,.TB ORD 88 Ford. GAA, V-8...,...,...TM '-1731B. TM ' Light, M5 and Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, 8..TM A White, Diamond T and Autocar,160AX, Half-Track Vehicles.,.Tl B, TM 9_1711,. TB TB Wisconsin, Model AB......TM Wright R-975-C1...,...,.TB ORD 411 ENLARGER: PH-542/U'F (V Mail).TM EQUPMENT: ; Ael'ogl'aph, AN/AMQ-3...TM Aircraft TM Alignment, le-73,.. TM Amplifier, AN/TRA-l ~,TM Antenna RC ,. TM RC-219-A TM Associated. S2A2 Teletypewriter Sub seriber Set....,, TM G Bklloon- Lo... Altitude......FM 4-18'1 Very Low Altitude.".. FM Boeheme Automatic, Keying and ReOil>rding TM Boom (See Boom Equipment) Camera, Mounting PH-515/MF. TM Chemical Handling and Loading. TM Code Practice......TM Cold Weather.TB , TC , 1943 Cold Weathe.r Clolhing TM Combining (Diversity Receiving) TM Communication, German Radio Tll El1-227 CrYKtal Grinding, Maintenance and Oper... ation TM 11-2.j40 D-C Telegraph Repeater Packaged TM Destroying. M2Al, ncendiary. TB Diving, Set No.2, Shallo... Water ,...Tl 5-918G Electric Propulsion for U. S. Army Tugs, LT-454, LT-455 and LT-4fi ,... TM Electnca!- Auto Llte.Tll B Deleo-:a-,..Tll iA.

118 EQUPMENT: (Continue.!' Engineers Dis"ssembly and Loading for Tran port n C-47 Cargo Plane... '... TB ENG 33A (Spare Parts).. ~ TB :'1 Use. ''M Facsimile,' RC-120A and RC-120-B......, '"...,.. "...TB B-1 FiJ'e Control, Electrical Testine Apparatus.... ''M 9-16'72 Gas, Protective TM General FM Ground Radar..,.TB SG 132 Ground-Signal......TB SG 122 Hoisting, Technical Data...TB nterphone, Waterproofing RC TB SG 140 dentification PH-385 :.TM nterphone'rc-99. ''M nterphone, RC ''M nterphone RC-48 and RC-60.. ''M nterphone RC 3R.....1'1' nterphone nstallation...''m , ''M ''M ''M , ''M , ''M , ''M Jungle TB QM 18 Laminating. PH-523/GF.TM Land-Clearing, 1he TB ENG 55 Leather, Classification. Proce8sing. and nspection tm Maintenance- ME-B-r> ''M 11-Ro6D ME-13-C.''M C ME-22 "TM ME-40-( ) TM Materiale Handling. Preventive nance Services TB Mountain TC Office, Central, Substitute TB Office, Payroll :\-l:u.:-hillf!s TB Ql\l l<i Packa'ged, D~C Regenerative Telegraph Repeater ' " ''M Paint Spraying (De\'ilbiss) TM Photographic and Projector, Used by Army Ground Forces, Ai'my S<?rvice Forces TB SG Hi! Photographic, PH-3R3 ''M Piping all types, Technical Data... EQUPMENT, '(Cot\tlt\11e.!' Railway Artillery. OlleratloD and Care.,".,.'.ll'M 4-51 Reel (See Reel Equipment) Refrigeration (See Refrigeration" Equip.. ment) Remote Control AN/TRA-2 TM Reproducinlr MC-364-A, MC-364-B and MC-364-C ''M Ringer, 101-B ''M Ringing. EE-00-Tl, EE-00-A (Voice Frequency), and EE-0-A (Voice Frequency)..,....TM ' Searchlight, Antiaircraft,. 60 inc h ,. ''M Signal Ground- Preventive Maintenanc'e Prac~ tices 'TB SG 123 Tropical.Maintenance TB SG 72 Lamp, EE-80 and EE-80-A....TM t-390 Lamp EE"-80-A, mprovision. Grou'nd Connection for Key J-47. TB Lamp SE-11 TB Simplex Panel,Packaged and Line Terminating TB Star-Gaging, mpression Outfits and Pressure Gages ''M Termi~al. Radio Teletype, AN/F,GG-1 and AN/FGG-X TB Test RC-68 and RC-68-A.. ''M Tow 'fal')let..... T~.1 1 ;,00 Unit, t ehicular General ''M 9-8? 4 Unsatisfactory, -Reporting TB QM 12 Voice Frequency. R~ger Pnekaged " TB Test, RC-68, and RC 68- A ''M Water Purification, Diatomite..TB 5 29;) 2 Welding and Cutting, Smith Welding Equipment Corporation, F-9731 A '" ''M Wind, SCM 20 A and AN/GMC ''M ESTUARES: Tidal, Bridging... TB EVACUATON: nfe"try Regiment....,... FM 7-30 nstructions......tb ORD 212 Materiel, fr~m Battlefields..TC 21. 6K. 1H4:\, TB Medical Detachment FM 7-30 Plotting ME-78 TB SG-110 Service Company. FM 7-30 Power. P", 127-A.. TM 11 nl. TB 11"931-1 Printer Station, 131B2, A"",y and Navy......''M EXAMNATON: Gunners- Artillery- Radio..... ''M Antiaircraft FM Beacon, RC-163 TV Coa8t 1"1' nstallation- Chemical Warfare F 3-10 Armored Utility Cal' M Neuropsychiatric, WAC Recruiting Station TB MED TM Carrier, Personnel. Half-Trsek. EXCAVATON: Equipment ''M 5-\) M3 '1'1' EXCAVATORS: Mine, T5E3.... TM 9733 L,ght Tonks M5 and M5A ''M ,EXCTER: Unt, 0-5/FR ''M RC-127-A ''M '. RC-1,45_A ''M RC-145-A, RC-1S4, RC-182-A and RC-282-A..''M , TB SG 119 RC-150-B, RC-150-C and RC-150-D : ''M RC-151, RC-151-A and RC-101-D......TM Jl,C-182A and RC-282-A.. TM ''M RC-184 ''M RC-188-A... ''M RC-207 -A. ''M , ''M RC-215-A.TM ''M RC ''M RC-282-A...,.''M RC-350 and RC-aU 1'1' , ''M 11-1&48 EXHAUSTON: Heat TC 57,1942 EXPLODERS: Mine, T1El..''M T1E ''M EXPLOSVES: Acetylene Tetrachloride. Procedure for Determining Seniceabilty while storod in Drums, Theater of Operations Depot....,...TB 3270 :\S5 Adaptor,.Priming.. TB Blasting Caps TC Cap Crimper, 1'012..TB ENG 2S Demolitions FM 5-25 Fuse Lighter M2 TB:; 25 2 Military ''M Priming. Adaptor......TB Use h. Excavating Gun Emplacements..., '.' TB ENG EXTRACTOR!!,.'Vulcan Ple, 'Vulea!l TroD Works. ',', TM FACSMLE, EQUPMENT. RC-58-( )..... TB SG 70 RC-120-A and RC-120-B...TM B TB 1l::'375B-l Set, AN/TXC-l ''M B FAN. Lubrication, Generating Units, M5 and M6....TBORDU FASTENERS, Slide. Repair..... ''M FATS, Conservation TB QM 10 FEED MECHANSM, 20-mm, M TB FE 1 FEEDERS, All Types, Technical Data......,.. TB FEEDNG, Civil population... TB MED 58 FENDER: Rcpairs ''M Side Sheets. TB FE1 FEVER: Rheumatic.,,.TB MED 97 Sand Fly TB MED 82 Scruh Typhus TB MED 31 ~'leld ARTLLERY: (See Artillery, Field) FELD NSTALLATONS. Fiscal Accountinlr... TM FELD SERVCE REGULATONS: Administration...FM Air Powpr.... FM Larger units..,.,'..fm Operations......FM FELDS, Mine. Marking,.TC 122, 1943 ~"LMS : Medical,'.TB MED 4 Photor.ntJ<en TB MED 99 Projection ''M Traininl< List.... FM 21-7, TC 6, 1942 FLM STRPS: List FM 21-7 Projection.....''M FLTERS: Antijamming.....TB M ~,t TBSG120 FNANCE: Service. ~ chile Field Unit... ''M FNANCE OFFCERS. (See Officers) FNDERS: Depression Position- Ml ''M TM Height-, 1111 and MA....TM M....''M M2 ''M TB Radio. R,cp'" TB SlG 113 Ransre--- All Typ.s TM M TB FNSHERS' All Type". Technical Data...TB Asphalt. Crawler-Mounted, 12-ft, Barber.. Greene, 879 A., ''M , LO 1063, 1063A Concrete. Form Riding 20 to 25-ft. Blaw-Knox- XC, HM TB , LO 1082 XD. with Hercules Engine XB-5...,... ''M , TB 5-1r' to 25-ft. Jaeger, 20. ''M 5-10U FRE:, Control 111 ateriel '.'.TM Extin!!,uishers ''M FRE CONTROL: (See also Artillery, Seacoast) Antiaircraft Artillery, Automatic Weapons FM 4-15, FM H-U Code..., ''M nstrument.. Field Artlllel'Y.''M Material. Operation and Maintenance TB ORD 198 FRE FGHTNG: Airplane.TM Kits TO 82, ,

119 ORENADE!l: (Contmued) Rille-(Continued) Smoke- AN. M3.,.,TC , M19. WP TB ORD 87. 'TB OR]) 208 :M.20 TB ORD 208 M22 ".TB ORD 208 T5 and T5E. WP TB ORD 79 T8 and, T8El. " TB ORD 99 T12, Colored TB 9-19';5-3, TB ORD 84 flafety Precautions TO 120, 1943 Throwing, Unauthorized literature... 1 ; TC GRNDERS: All Types. Technical Data TB Bushing. LB, Sunnen Products..TM 5-41'32 Detachable Drill-Steel Bit. Air Motor Driven. ngersoll-rand, JA 8.. TB Dumore Preeision- Model 7 TM Model 11 TM Electric Bench-Type. Y,.HP. 110.Volt. 60 Cycle. 1.phase. Delta, TM Crankshaft, Sunnen. K-850.TM Floor-Type. T"\'o 14-ln., Wheels. 208 Volt, 3-phase. 60-cyole. Standard, Type 36 FAS TM Portable- 6-in. Wheel. ndependent Pneu. matlc. U TM 5-,&120 T-Bolt Mounting. 1/5 HP. Unl. versal Motor, Dumore, ' TM5-HU T-Bolt Mounting, 1/5-HP., Uni. versal Motor, Dumore, " TM Valve-Refacing, Black and Decker. Code No TM 5-41'2 GPCA Pedestal. Model Volts. 60-Cyole. 3-phase. Cincinnati Electric Tool TM Jackbit. J3, ngersoll-rand TM , Norton Model No.2 Tool'" Cutter. Nor. ton Com~pny TM Pedestal. Type 36 FAS. Model Standard Electrical Tool....TM Pneuamtic. Rotary 4 x -in. Vitrified. 6 x -in. Organic Wheel. Thor. ~55...TM x -in. Vitrifled. 8 x l ln. Organic Wheel. ngerooll-rand. 4-G.... " TM Portable. Thor U ndependent Pneumatic TM R~tary. Thor. No , l}dependent Pneumatic Tool :TM Shank. 4K. ngersoll-rand....tm Thor, No. 185, Bridgeport Safsty Emery Wheel TM Tool Post. Type PA-., 116 Model. The Cincinnati Electric Tool...TM Universal, NOB.- 1, 2, 3, and., Brown A Sharpe Mfg TM U. S. Tool Post, Model RA H.P. United States Electrical Tool. TM Valve Refacer. Types C-M-MW. L-LW. D. MW. Black'" Decker Mfg.. TM GROUND FORCES, Aviation in SUPbort FM 8~-16 around UNTS: Air Supply FM 81-40' Air Support FM GUARD DUTES, nterior.. PM 26-5 GUDES:, Language (See Language Guide.) 'Foreign Exchange TM GUDES. (Colltintted) Recoil Fluid Antiaircraft and Pield.LO 19. Selleoast Artillery LO 59 Repair Time, Wheeled Vehlcles '".TB ORD 173 GUN MOUNTS: (S.. Mounts)... FM GUNNERS: Artillery. Antiaircraft FM TC Artillery. Coast... FM4-19 Chemical Warfare FM 8-10 Exl>ertr- Mobile. Seacoast Artlllery.TM Seacoast Artlllery......TM First and Second Fixed Seacoast Artillery TM Mobile, Seacoast Artillery, First and Second Class TM Tank. Course TC 41, 1944 GUNNERY: Aerlal- Fixed TM Practice and Record Firing.. TM Artillery- Antiaircraft...FM Night TC 50,1944 Seacoast FM 4-10 W""pons :... TC 2,1944 Crew Drill, 75 mm Assault Howitzer On Motor Carriage M FM Ground TM Tank FM GUN EMPLACEMENTS. Excavation. use of Explosives......, TB ENG 7 GUNS: (See als....(larriag.s. Director Find. ers, Howitzers, Limqe1'8. Mortars. Mounts, Rifles, Setters. Sights, and Small Arms) 87-mm- All Types.TM 9-235, TM TM TB M8.. FM 23-70, TM TB , TB ORD 49. TB ORD 138. LO 2. FT 37-M-4 M3Al..TM 9-'1245. TB ORD TB ORD 138. FT 37,M-4 M5 TM TB TB ORD 49, LO 68 M6.. TM , TM 9-750A ''M ''B 9-74~-6, TB , TB , TB ORD 49. TB ORD 94, TB ORD 138. LO 58. FT , FT T ''M T TB T36 TB , TB mm. M1. ;..TB mm M1.. FM 23-75, TM TB TB ORD 49, LO 86. FT 57-A-3 Mk. (British).....FT 57-D-1 75-mm:' AN M5 TM M2... FM 6-55, TM 9-307, TM , TB ORD 49, TB ORD 94. LO 58, FT 75-AD-6, FT 75-AF-l M2Al TB M2A2 TB M2A FM 6-56 M3 TM 9-307, TB ORD 49 M3 (Tank) " TM , TB ORD 94, LO 58, LO 58A, FT 75-AD-5 M TM ''M , TB ORD 49. TB ORD 68, LO 126 M TM M6 (T8EO. TM LO 150 M6 TM9-313 M1897 (All Types) FM 6-50, TM TB TB ORO 138. FT U-l-4, FT 76-B- 120 (J~8: (Continued) 75-mm-(Continued) to1897a4.fm TM 9~8.06. LO 4." M1916, FM FT 75-AF-1. FT 76-E-3 M1917 FT 75-AF-l. FT 75-E-8 M1917Al FM mm M1Al TM 9-308, TB TB ORD 122, FT 76-A-4 M1A2. TB FT 76-A-4 DO-mm- Ml '".FM FM TM 9-370, TM ''M ''M TM A. TM B, ''M TM TB ORD 72. ''B ORD 129, LO 7,125,128, 128A. FT 90-A-B-3, FT 90-C-8 M1Al. TM 9-370, TB ORD 48. LO 62, FT 90AA-B-3. FT 90-C-8 M2... FM ''M ''M A, TB , TB ORD 129. LO A. FT 90AA-B-3 M3...FT 90-C-3. TM T2 TB ORD 48 T2El... TB ORD 48 '1'71 ''M f20-mm, M.. TM TB ORD FE 11, TB ORD 129. LO 75, 75A 165 mm- Ml. FM 4-24, FM 6-90, TM ''M TB , TB , TB TB ORD 65. TB ORD 113. TB ORD FE9, LO 10, FT 155-S-2 M1Al ''M , TB , TB , TB TB ORD 6.,. LO 10. FT 15;;-8-2 M12 FM 6-86, TB ORD FE5. TB ORD 165 M FM ''M TM , TB LO 64. FT 155-B-5, FT 155-U-l M1917 Al '" ''M , TB F'' 156-B-5. FT 155-U-1 M FM FM TM M1918M1... ''M , ''B LO 64. FT 155-B-5. FT 155-U-l -!lch M5... ''M ''M TB , TB TB , LO 108. FT 3-R-2 M7 TM TM TB ORD 94. FT 3-R-2 Ml0 TB ORD nch-(15pdr) M1902M1 FM 4-90, ''M TB , LO 71, FT 3-M-2 M1903 FM 4-90, TM TB9-H21-1, LO 11. FT 3-M nch. Ml FM 6-77, TM 9-328, TM TB TB FE 1, TB ORD 113. LO 77. FT 4.5-A-l 4.7-1nch, M1..PM ''B ORD nch All Types.. FM 4-70, FM 4-75 M1897Ml. FT FT 6-C-2 M TM LO 72. FT 6-C-2. FT 6-D-2. FT 6 E-2. TB M1908. TB LO 12, FT 6-C-2, FT 6-D-2 M1D08AJ. FM 4-7'4. TM LO 99, 99A. FT 6-E-2

120 ~----~~ S-E GUNS: (Continued) GUN!!: (Continue." GUNS: (Continued) 6-nch-(Continued) T Anti'airc~aft- (Continued) Machine-(Continued) M190b ;:.. :FT 6.-C-2 3-nch-(Continued) Caliber.50, Brown;nJr-(Colltlnued) M1905A2 0 FM 4_14. TM 9-42R. 1(1917 Sene... FT 3AA-K-3 Aerial Target...TC 22,1943 LO A. FT 6-E-2 JU917A2.. LO S.FT 8AA...J-3. Dup water ;fording..tb M1908,... FT 6-B-3, FT 6-C-2 TjC 3AA-O-3 ~ Reducing Stoppages.TB '2 TM LO 203,'205A U917M LO 79 Tracer Control TC nch- M1918. FT3AA~-~,Caliber.60, TliE 'M M1 1'M , TM A. FT 8AA-L-2 All TYll6...TC 59,1943 TB 'B ORD 113. M1925M1.. FT 8AA-K -3. German ".9-rnm. Dual Purpose LO 100, 100A. FT 8-L-2 TjC8AA-'0-3 i MGU.....TM E 9-206A Mk. V. Mod. 3A2. FM/ 4-4~.FM 4_-411. T1A 1 1'r.r TB ORD 129 Marksmanship...TC '1, TM TM 9-463, 1'B '1A2. TM , 1'B ORD 129 Caliber.45 TB 9~ 'B , 4..7-neh, M1... TM P480. 1'B 'homp.on- 1'B ORD 2;;. LO 18,67. F1' Employment FM Ml..1'M TB ORD 141 M1888 Series.. FM TB , Anault, Section and Platoon FM17-25 M3.. FM TB ORD FE6 [,016, F1' 8-A-3. Automatie- M192~Al FM FT 8-D-2, FT 8-H-1 20-mm- TM 'B ORD nch- M1...TM 9-22;, TM 9-228, Spn~', TYlle GD, DeVilbiss TM ;;-9970 All Types.... FM 4-65 TM 9-122;. 1'M Towed. Platoon :. F.M M1888 Series FT 10-B-l TB ORD 63. LO 127 ' HALF.TRACK VEHCLES (See "... Carreirs M1895 FT0-B,l Ml (Aircraft) TM , "nd Cars) TM A, TM B. M1900 FT 10-B-1 TB ORD 137 TM-1710C, 1'B ORD 8. AN-M2 (Aircrllft)...TM 9~227, 12-nch- TB ORD 107, TB ORD 166 TM TB 9~227~7, All Types Enl1.'ino- Barbette Carriage.. FM 4~60, TB ORD 63, TB ORD 137 Sludge TB ORD 28 FM 4-61 M8 (Aircraft),...,... ''M 9-229, White 160AX..TM B. Disappearing Carri"ge...FM 'B ORD 137 TM a M1888 Series.. FT 12-E-2, FT 12-1(-2 mm <':.. Tank Dram Plu"'.... TB ORD 162 M1895 Series...TB , LO 73, MA2... 1'11 OW 49. TB ORD 69. oler Shackle Stup Bolt. 0 TB ORD 38 1,0, 60. F'' 37AA-N-2 73A. F'T 12-K-2, Power Train, TM FT 12-E-2, FT 75-F>3 M4 TBORD2:Q White, Autoc3r and.diamond T... AN-M4 (AircrRft) TM! '1'11!i ~710-25, , TB FEl, Til ORD TB ORD , 107 ~ H'~~~::~A~i8~~~~~~i~~'~~~~i~:~. ~~4.5 TlOW /:3 AN-M9 (Aircraft). TM 9~241. HANAN. '1.1.,1. a"o SRn. Data...''B MED FM 4~80 ''M 9-1~40. ''ll ORO 49 HAM.\lERS: M190; Series FT 14-C-l _ M9..,...'l'B ORO 2:;; All Types. Technical D"ta...''B;; , M1909 FT 14--B 2t M9Al ; TBORD:!:l; ' M FT 14~B2 i M0 TBOftD2'l; Pile M1910M1...FT 14-B-2, FT 7,,~li:- 8 ' M0 (Aircraft) TM l\!lekif>rllan-'tel'ry M1920 _.. FT 14-M-l 40-mm- No ''M ;;-9164 M 1920M... FM 24-35, FT 14 -M -1, No. :J-Jl ''M 'i-9~30 Ml... ''M TB ;. FT 75-E-3 Til 9-12;;2-1. TB ORD 48, No. 10-B-2 TM 'i-9584 l'-nch Ri\.tin~. TB ORD 49. TB ORD 69, Siz'" 4A, 'ia. 6A, 8A. 9A. 6B, All Types, Casemateo FM 4-86 TH ORD , 6B. 8B. 9B. 3C, 6C, 8C. 9C, end Rivet Mk., M FM ''M 9-471, Bu.,ter", Size. 999,.nd nlfh.oll- TB FE1, FT 40AA A2 TB ORD 25. LO A. 78, R,nr! TM '1'2.. TB ORD 48 78A, 146, 146A, FT 16-D-2 Bore Sighting Adju._tment TB ORD. HANDBOOKS: g M189!'i. FT 16-C-l Bombardie ''M Cement, N-1 Cemen\ Gun Co TM ;'-9828 M1919 Series. FT 16-B-l, FT 16-C-1 Rl'iti.h Arm, TM Fire Control FM 4-12 f M1919M...FM 4-85, LO H. HA. Engineer FM FT 75-E-3 Machine- Gel'men Military Forces.. ''M E M919M.. FM 4-85, FT 75-E-3 C"liber.30, Browning talian 'Military Foree.... ''M E All Typea TM Aircrllft- Jflpane~e Militflry Force1'\:..... TM 30-4BO Controls TM TB Til ORO 36 Medical Department, Soldier.. TM Sight.. TM AN-M2 (Airoraft)... TM 9-205, Quart~rma8t.,.r- TB , TB ORD 16. Aati"ireraft- Ba kery Company. ''M mm. German, Four Bureled TB ORD 34 Car Comp"ny...,,. ''M Mount, 2-crn Flakvierlina- a8... }t TM ,aundry Company.''M ''M MUlTA.EM 23-65, TM '1 Railh."d Company....TM FT 0.30-A-4. FT 0.30-J-1 37-mm, M9 ''M 9241 Refrigeration Company...TM M1919A4.. FM FM mm, M1 TM Sal,age Repair Company,.''M mm, German Materiel.. TM 9-369A TM TB , Service Company..., TM FT 0.30-J 1 90-mm. Ml.....TB ORD 55 Truck Company ''M MU19A5.....FT 0.SO-J mm, M3 FM HANDSPKE: C60682, Modification FT 105-AA-E-1 M1ll19AS ''M 9206,...''B ORD FE 20 TM 91250, FT 0.SO-J-1 3-nch HANGER, Airplane, Steel, Sheet Covered,. All Types... FM 4-125, ''M Caliber.50. Browning- 130-ft. ano 160-ft TM TM TB ORD 122 All Type... FM HARBOR CRAFTS. Sm"l1 Boats..FM Ml.. FT 3AA-J-3, FT 3AA-K-3, AN-M2 (Aircraft).., TM 9-225, Preventive MaintenRnce. '. ''M TjC 3AA-0-3 TB TB HARROWS: M1A1 '" TM , TB ORD 129 TB , TB , Disc M1A2 '" TM , TB ORD 129 1'B ORD 15, TC Four Gang, UO-A Serle Killefer M2.. FT 3AA-K-1, TjC 3AA-0-3 Jilt FM 23-60, FM 23-65, Mfg.....,.,TM M2A1...TB ORD 129 TB 9~22;;~FE. TB 922;;-19. Model "KB" : "KC" Deere : Man M2A2 '" TM , TB ORD 12t TB tl, TB 9-122li-22. our, Work; (John Deere). TM lila TB LO 6. TB , TB , Ofhet, 8-ft., 24-in., Disc., nter FT 3-R-2, FT 3AA-J-8, F'' 0.50-H- n,tional Harve8ter, DYRR FT 3AA-K-S, TjC SAA-O-3 Mt. Watercooled...1'M ''M i-on ll.... FT 3AA-J-3, FT 3AA-K-8. TB $-125-9, TC n, p1~-Tooth. 4.!!eetlon, llter1l&tlollal Jl... to 0 'jc'.u~ ~..,.,"-t: _.~.f. Oa» U.'1'11...WttW 121 j t

121 llaversacxll, \1111. :M2 ''D Q:M 21 HEADSET: HS-30 TC 47,1943 H-16/U TB SG 109 HEAT EXHAUSTON ' 1'C HEATERS: All Typ~s, Technical Data.. TB Asphalt. Trailer-Mounted 2-Car, 28-H'P.. Cleaver-Brooks, Z Eneine...TM 5":1042. TB TM 5-10'4. LO 1065 Car, 42 HP. Cleaver-Brooks, Model DS-31...TM Car, 42-HP, Cleaver-Brooks, DS-3, Z Engine TM TB TM Direct Fired, Drave Job C Si;e 1, BTU/HR. Drave...TM Gasoline- Evans Electrically Operated, 18,OO-BTU TM Herman-Nelson. GT-3000-' TM Hunter, UH-3, Blower. 110-Volt. 50-Cycle. AC.....TM Motorola, GN-4. Galvin Mfg TM Miller Uitility. OC-31-A. TM Water- Paver, Concrete, Litt1efor~. 5C TM Portable, M1 and other Auxiliary Equipment for Apparatus, DecC?n.. taminating, Power...Driven, M3Al. M3A2 and M4.TM HEGHT FNDERS: Desiccation, Chargine TM M1 and M2 FM SCR-547. FM SCR-527-A TM HELMETS: M1 TB QM 8, TB QM 23 HOST: Air, and 'Air Motors. HK and HKL. Gardener-Denver TM (lable. Jaeger 2A, Dixie Special 4-Ton...-: TM Chain, Ratchet %~Ton. Covving, AG...TB 'h to 3-ton Coffing......TM TB Diesel, Engine-Driven. SO-ton, Jaeger 2D5...TB Gasoline Crane- ndustrial Brown- No TM No TM Gasoline, Double-Drum 4-Ton, Jaeger, A. Dixie Special.. TM , TB , LO Ton. Jaeger, 2D3 TM Gasoline, Engine-Driven, JReger. 2A "Dixie Special".TB HOST STEAM & SLEWNG ATTACHMENT: 8J4x10 Three-Drum American Hoiat.. Derrick Co..... TM 5-9&02 HONES:. All Types, Technical Data...TB Cylinder, 2.6-in. to 5.5-in..cylinder Size, Electric Drill-Driven, Sunnen. TM HORSES, Paek Transportation.FM 25-7 HORSESHOER..... TM HOSl. Grease, High Pressur. with Faultl!' Connections......TB ~OSPTALS: Army. Clinical Psychological Service.....TBMED115 Diet. r Tl 8~OO HOSPlTALS: le""tl"u..a) Fixed, ledical Departmetlt (statio" a"d Gmeral Hospitals) TM Sureical portable TB MED 5 HOUSNGS: Clutch, Dodge, Conversion...TB Flywheel Bell, Periodic nspection " TB Gear. Startine Motor Reduction,. DR TB HOWTZERS: 15-mm- All Types.... TB ORD 138 MA1...TB ORD 49, TB ORD 94, FT lol tm 9-318, TM TB ORD 49, TB ORD 94, FT M3 TM 9-518, TM Assault, FM Horse Drawn and Truck-Drawn FM mm M2.FM 6-75, TM , TM FT 10.>-H-3 M2A1. TM 9-525, TM , TM 9-325, TB , TB ORD 110, LO 5, FT 105-H-S MS. FM , TM 9-326, TM TB ORD 49, TB ORD 110, LO 129, FT 105-L-2, :roc 66, 1941, TC M4.,.. TM 9-524, FT 105-H-3 M7, M7B1 TB ORD FE5 German TM E 9-325A 155-mm M1,.FM TM TM TB , TB ORD 65, TB ORD 115 TB , TB FE1, TB_ORD n, TR ORD FE9. FT 15iiQ--2. LO 77 M1917 Series... LO 68, FT 155-D-3 M1917Al., TB ORD 113, FT 155-D-5 M1917A2 TBORD113 M 191~ TB ORD 113, LO 65, FT U,.; -D-8 M1918A1, Truck.Drawn..., FM 6-80 J40-mm M1,TM 9-34'1. TM A, TB ORD 113. TB ORD FE9, LO A, FT 240-C- M191S Series.LO A. FT 240-D-2 M1918M1...TM TB ORD 113, LO A M1918MA1 TM 9-540, TB ORD 113, LO A M1918A2 TM nch, M.....FM.6-91, TM , TB , TB , TB TB ORD ~5, TB ORD 113. TB ORD 135, TB ORD FE9, FT 8-J-1, LO nch, M FM FT 16-A-1 Bore Sightine Adjustment..TB ORD 188 Pack- 75-mm- M '".. TR TB ORD 49, TB ORD 52, LO , FT MA1...TM 9-319, TM 9-321, TM TB , TB ORD 62. LO , 144 TB ~87 HUBS: Bogi., Half Track (White. Autocar and Diamond T) Reclamation.. TB Wheel, With Loose Bearing Races, Reclamation TB , TB HULLS Car, Armored, T17.E1 (Che..-r"let) '" Til.-t'141G. Related Components, Tank, Light, in: TM 9-{72d HYDRAULC SYSTEMS. Airplane..TM 1-ui HYy;lROGEN TM Generators, Barrage Balloon, Gas Gm eration, Use Purification.. FM HYGENE, Sex, Training.....TC HYPOCHLORNATON UN1T, Automatic, Portable, Z to 100-gpm Flo... Wallace and Tiernan. A-506. '.. TM CE PLANTS: -Ton, Manually Operated, Portable. Skid-Mounted, Gasoline Engine-Drivq V -50 with Continental Enll"ine, Y TM , TB 5-908'-1 -Ton. Victor...,.TM a.g.ton. Frick... TM Ton, Frick, SQDW....TM , York Machinery Co TM 5-980i DENTFCATON, Equipment. PH TM GNTERS, M47A and AN-M7A2,.TB CW 10 MMUNZATON TB MED 1U MPREGNATNG PLANTS: (See Plants) MPREGNATON, Clothing with n~ect ReJ"el~ lent (Dimethyl Phthalate) TB MED 121 MPROVEMENTS. Recommended Changes...TB NCENDARES: Defense Against...FM Equipment Destroying, M2A1..TB '1 Safe Destroying, MA TB 3-S00-' NCNERATOR, Morse Bouleer. MBS(..... TM NCREMENTS. Mortar Relocation.. TB ,.4 NDCATORS: Azimuth, M5 and M16,. TB ORD 25 Azimuth M8 and M9 TBORD90 Elevation. M5... "..., TB ORD 25 Frequency, Adjustment. TB Heat, Thermoelectric T;l"pe Recla'mation....,,TB ML 117, ML-1l7-A, ML-1l7-B...,....,.... ootml1-424 Premax Pressure, Bachrach ndu8trial nstrument TM Ran"e. BC 1088-B, Radio Set.... SCR-584-B TB Unit, D-16/TPS-1A TB A-1. TB A-2, TB A-ll-, TB A-4, TB A,.5 NDUCTONS STATONS, Armed Force., Operstion TM NFANTRY: Armored- Company'. FM Employment of Tanh...FM 17~36 Battalion- Antitank Platoon... FM 7-35 Armored..... FM Division- Communication....,. FM 7'-24 Organization and Operation.. FM'11-10 Drill Re"ulations FM 22-5 Meoical Detachment... FM 7-30 Rpgiment- Antitank Company. FM 7-35 Cannon Company ;FM 7-87 Rifle....FM 7-40 Rifle Company..... FM 7-10 Rifle Company. heavy weapons.....,.. FM 7-15 Supply and Evacuation... '. FM 7-30 Service Company.,..., FM NFLUENZA: T:B M!D 11 Vaccine " TB MED

122 -- --_!- NJECTORS: Types Used n 'Model 80U ',' Twin 6-C:rlindel" G;' M. DieSel Enginu..,......TB' G-6 NSPECTON, 'ndicating nstruments, Elec.'" trieal TB SG 24 NSPECTONS: Air Forces - " i. ~. FM 1-60 Airplane....,..TM Artillery., Antiaircraft. FM Classifica.tion Processing, Leather :TM Hydropneumatio Recoil Mechanisms TB ORD 212 JNSTALLATONS:. Army and Navy... TM ifiscal Accounting. Field...TM Electrical Requirements for X-Ray Apnavatu8. Temporary TB MED 117 NSTRUCTON BOOK: 132A2 Teletypewriter SulHcriber Set and Associated Equipment.. ' '" TN: NSTRUCTONS: Army TM COmbination, Combined' Amphibious : FM Count ubversive.tm Fuel TB ORD 111 Gi!:neral care, preservation and lubrica.. tion of.mall arm...tb nspection:machine Gun TB 9~ nstallation. Vehicular Radio Sets., TB SG 148 Luhrleating, Power Unit PU.9/TPS-2.. i..;... '"....TB Lubriclltlon TB Operatinlr. Palmer. LLH TM :aelatin.g to speetion. Evacuation and Records TB ORD 212 Repairs ".... TM :a"vision. Administrative Audit Procedures for Cost-Plus-A-Fixed-Fee Supply Con. tracts...,.... TM NSTRUCTONAL ADS: (See: Aids. nstruc tional). NSTRUMENTS: Aircraft TM Anlrle of Sits. Ml917 TM Azimuth M9l0Al TM M1918 and M1918A2 TM MU18A TM :Binaural, Traininlr. M 1 and M2. "......TM TM Eleetrlealndlcatinlr, nspections..... TB SG 24 Flre Control, Field Artillery TM Flank Spottinlr, M. TM Observation, AA. Battery Commander's M1 TM Optical. lubrication...tb ORD 186 tepairman, General nformation TM Tallks, Light. M5. M5Al, and Carriage. Motor. 75 mm Howitzer..TM F D<;bTRUMENT REPARMAN: General nfor.mation (See also Repairman) TM NTELLGENCE: Air FM 1-40 Artillery, Antiaircraft. FM 44-8 Combat TC Corp. Area TM COunte... Corp. TM nvestigative Reports TM SubT...i... l.truotions TM 30~205 :Ml1ta~y- Censorahlp. FM 30-%8 Com~at..... FM 30-5 (lommullieatiell..curity, TC 71. 1UB NTELLGENCE: (Continued) cmilital'y-(continued), Correspondents. FM Counterintelligenc.. Flo{ J)ocuments.. y :'M Maps FM Material. Enemy..",'" FM BO,..15 Observers,.FM80-27 Observation.., 'cfm Personal. Enemy... FM Photo&,raphy. Aerial.... FM 3'0-21 Post. Camp. and Station (Zone of 'the nterior). TM Repatriates FM Service 8pe~ia1i8tl 'FM Signal Corp....'....F'M Signs and Symbols FM NTEROR. Guard Duty.... FM 26-5 NTERPHONE EQUPMENT: nstallation- Car. Li&,ht Armored M8...TM 11~2702 Tank- Lilrht, M3, TM Light M3A8...TM U-2700 Light T9E1.TM Medium M8...TM Medium M4....TM Recovery Veblcle T ; TM RG-38 TM RC-48 and RC-60 TM RC-53 and RC-53-A TM RG-61 TM RC-99 ~ _ TM NUNDATED. AREAS AND, TDAL ESTU ARES. BRDGNG......TB NVERTERS: Vibrator Type TM SSUE AND STORAGE TM TALAN MLTARY FORCES. HANDBOOK... TM E TALAN SOMALLAND: Medical and Sanitary Data." TB MED 132 TEMS: Equipment, Field Sterilizing...TM MiseeUaneou., Repair....TB QM 29 X-Ray Field Unit Generator TM NTERPHONE EQUPMENT: nstauation'ln Light Tanks M5 and M5A1....TM JACKS: Firin&, TB FE2 Mud, 50-2A, Loehring....TM No. 431 with AB, Wisconsin Engine, F. E. Myers : Bros. Co...TM JAPANESE: En&,lish Glossary. TM Lilrht Wireless Set. 9T.TB SG E18. TB SGE19 Military Forces, Handbook...TM , TM-'E Radio Set TB SG E 17 Word., Transliteration TC JAVA. Medical and Sanitary.TB MED 102 JONTERS: No. 166 with DraWinlrs. OiTer Machine 'co... TM 5~4-562 P908, John D. Wllama Ezport Co for Walker-Turner Co nc TM JUNCTON BOX, JB TO-A. (ltadio Sat. SCR 399A and SCR-499-A). TB JUNGLE: Clothinlr, Equipment and ltation tb QM 13 Radio Communication TB SG 4 Warfare..... FM T2-20, TC 55,1942 KETTLES:. AU Type Technieal Data...TM A.phalt-Repair, Trailer Mounted. with Mot"r.D,,;ven Hand Spray- UO-Gallon Capacity. Littl.ford. US- a TB 5-11i.-2, LO OU 128 r KETTLES: (Continued) Aapbalt.Repair. etc.-(continued).164o-gauon Capacity,Littl.f"rd, U HD Tl 1i,.1154,... 16/i-GsUon Cap~city,.. Littleford. 84 lid-3 ; TM ,TM ,. 'TB 6-ii\4-1 KEYERS: TG.5. TG-5-Ac, or TG-5 B..TB "TG~10-A, TG-10-B. TG-0-C.TG-10-D, TG-10.F. TG 1O G, TG 0 H. and TG-10.J.....TM 11-44T TG.84.A. '1'M1-443, 'rb KEYNG. Ullit,BC.401l-A BC-758-A ' KTS: Adapter TB SG 68 ; TBSG 130 MX_257/TPS-8 TB SG 77 MX-268/TPS-2 TB SG 95 MX-S28/TPS-2....TB SG 108 X192-MT1... TB All Types. Technical Data....TB Aided-Azimuth-Tracking, No. A96-PL TM Antenna.....TM , TB Antenna Connector. PPN-ATS,. natruo tiona for nstauation......tb SG 31 Antenna Pedestal SCR-527~AB TB Antenna Transmiludon - Line Harnes. nsulator, SCR 296,..A...TB Army Cable Rack, 527-CX1.. TB l Associated Equipment, No. 68~X2. Radio Transmitter BC-677..TM _ Azimuth ndex 682,..D7 TB SG 87 Blackout Jewel.....TB SG 46 Brunton Pocket. 527-TS8..TB Cable Repair. AU Types....TM Cable Extension- CG-93/PPN TB CG-204/PPN-A....TB A-1 Canvas Cover 2G8-CW1... TB SG 40 Chain Guide, MC TB CompreSlor-Dehydrator, A96-Al '..TB Con.ole Conversion B70-C1.,.. TB SG 83 D71-C TB SG 88 Console llumination, 270-DS. nstallation -...TB SG 181 Con...rsion. for Radio Sets SCR-270 ( ) and SCR ( ); Antenna Position Controls MG-298A and MG 298B TM Conversion Preampllfier. 270-B-R TB SG 10 Counterweirht, 268-AS3...TB SG 311 Couplinlr 270-CU2 TB Couplln&, Modification, MC~ , TB ' Cra.h fir. fighting Deeontamin;'tor M8A1.. TC M4.... TC Crystal Convert... 1i45-R8. TB Data Transmitter, C70-Dl. nstructions for n.tallation.....tb SG T Data Transmli ionl. T1-D1. nstructions for nstallation......tb SG 211 Defeetion Coil. 602A-D1....TB l Elevation, Antlbackla.h Gear, 545 AS TB "4 Enlrine, S02A-P2..TB Frequeney S tab t y mprovement US-PU TB l Fuel Fillinlr ter Flame Thro_rs. Ell.,... TB CW 18 Gas Ma.k, waterproofing TC 8,1943 Gat. Modifieation MC-681..TB , TBU-UU-ll

123 K'1'8: (eontlnue!!) Greass Gun, Pneumatlo, Gra,., PK TM Dlumlnatlon, 602A-D2 TB mprovement, 527-MX4 TB MXll, Mlsoellaneous TB SG 74 ndicator- mprovement MX-349/TPS-1 TB A-4 MX-350/TPS-1 TB A-8 MX-851/TPS-1.,.TB A-2 MX-852/TPS-1 TB A-5 Remote Data, Me-544..TB SG 114 nspection Plate, 268-V5.... TB SG 62 Lip Type. Rear Spring Seat Sea\ TB ORD 167 Maintenance ME-58- ( ) TM Matching Network, 271-CUl, On Radio Sets SCR-271-ACSCR-271.JJASCR-271 BB and Associated Radio Sets, nstructions for nstallation...tb SG 56 MC-566 Azimuth Setting Mo4ification nstallation, on Radio Set SCR TB MC TB Modulator Fan Modification, 588-MD8...TB MX-155/GT TM Navy Cable Rack, 527-CX2..TB ~ Network, Matching, 270-eU. TB SG 57 Oscilloscope, Addition, 526-1D TB Oscilloscope mprovement, ' TB SG 47 Power. B68-P1., TB B-l Preamplifier, Modification, No. 588B-R3. ' TB Reactor Bracing, 268-PP8....TB SG 42 Receiver-ndicator, 527-J3 and 527-J TB Rectifier, MC TB Reinforcing, Reel Unit RL-26-A " TB Remote Data ndicator, MC-' , TB RemMe Timing Control Shield. 545-MX10 TB Synchroacope S low - S wee p Jack, 682-TS TB SG 9~ Telescope Bracket, MC-588. nstallation.tb SG 93 Tent Floor MC TB MX-27 B/TPS-2.TB , TB A-1 MX-280/TP&-3.. TB MX-281/TPS-l TB A- Terminal Board, PN-47..TB Tool. Bomb Venting E1.....TB CW 15 Transformer, MX-265/TPS-A. TB A-1 Transmission Data, 870-D3. TB D-1 Transmitter, Range Data and Range Aided Tracking A96-U1.....TB Vapor detecting, M4, HS....TC 11, 1948 Variac Shield, Me-565. TB Ventilation Equipment, 270-MX2....TB Voltage Regulator, 602A-Pl. TB Water testing, poisons, treatment control.....tb MED 37 & ch.l. Winterizing, 1410 TB X145-V8.. TB SG 48 KNEE PUSHER, Standard Power Utility Boats.,.... TB KNUCKLES, Steering Right and Left Hand Truck 'A.-ton Ford GPW and Willys, MB Reclamation TB LABELS. Error n Olrcult.'i.;. ~ TB " LABORATORY' Company. Chemieal -.-.,;-. -.",,.,.FM 3-25 Technicians. Methods.TM Workbook for TM TM LAB LABORATORES, Photographic, Organization and Operation Service Commands, Depart Vlenta, and Post......TM LAMNATNG EQUPMENT, PH-523/GF TM LAMPS: Airflow, No. 12Bl-25, Macbeth Arc Lamp......TM Field Operating TM Signalilquipment.TM EE-'-84 TM SE TM Therapeutic. Mercury Arc, Air-Cooled, Mobile. Complete, 110-Volt, 60-Cycle TM LAND-CLEARNG: Equipment. Use.TB ENG 55 LAND WARFARE: (See Warfare, Land) LANDNG: Operations on Hostile Shores..... FM 31-.'> LANDNG CRAFT, Smoke Pot Rack. El TB LANDNG MATS: Airplane TB LANDNG VEHCLES: Tracked Armored- MK, LVT (A) (1) LO 141 MK, LVT (A) (4) LO 159 Unarm--ored 14K. ~ LVT (1) LO K., LVT (2).. LO K. V. LVT (4) LO 206 LANGUAGE GUDES: Alb"l"ian TM Brazilian,..TM Bulgarian TM Cantonese TM Ch'inese TM Danish TM Dutch TM Finnish.TM French TM Germa\l TM Greek....TM Hindustani TM Hungarian TM celandic TM talian TM Japanese TM Malay TM North African Arabic.TM Norwegian TM Persian TM Rumanian TM Russian.. TM Serbo-Croatian.. TM Spanish TM Swedish TM Tagalog..... TM Thai (Siamese) TM Turkish 1' LARGER UNTS:.FM LATCHES, Special Cover, Aircraft Machine Gun. Cal..50M2 TB FEl LATHES: TM All Types, Technical Data TM Brake, Drum, Motor-Driven. Van Norman, 803,.TM Motor Driven. 9-ln. t 8',i ft. Bed Length, Quick Ohange Gears, Bench-Type. SO'uth Bend. A. No TM in. " 8'>11 ft. Bed Length, ndependent Change Gears, Beneh Tn.,!.qeD, 2108,..." TM LATHES: (Continued) Motor Driven-(Continued) 10-in. l< 4.. ft. Bed Length. Quick Change G ear s, Toolroom type. Reed-Prentice, B... TM Tool Room, 16 t 54, "B';, Reed-Prentice Corporation......TM , Speed. Oliver 51-K, Headstock-Kimble Electric, Oliver Machine ;.TM , L.6.UNCHERS: Rocket M1Al...FM TM M9 TB , TB M9A1,.' TB M12 TB M15 TB T TM nch TB , TB LAUNDRY: Company.. '... TM Semimobile TB Trailers. TB LAUNDRES: Mobile Units W-950-QM TM TB Quartermaster, F'ixed Procedure....TM Special Purpose, QM, Semitrailer TB QM 17 QM 18 LAW. Military FM LEATHER, Classification Processing nspection tm LESSER SUNDA SLANDS, Medical' and Sanitary Data TB MED 75 LEVANT STATES (GREATER SYRA): Medical and Sanitary Data TB MED 128 LEVELS: Gear Case Lubricant TB ORD 217 LBRARES, Army. Small TM LFEBOATS: Radio Transmitter, Portable, Model ET TM LFTERS, Hydraulic Valve, Servicing TB qrd 191 LGHTER, Fuze. Weatherproof M2..TB LGHTS: Carbine Flood TM nstrument.. TB ORD 4 M5.. TM LMBERS: Carriage- Heavy M2... TB M2 and M5... TB LO 10, 76 M TB , '-7, TB FE1. TB ORD 135 M1917, M1918, M1918A1 and 143, TM LNES: Open Wire Pole....TM Unit, BE-77-A and BE-77 TM LNKS: Replacement, Governor Throttle, Carburetor Assembly of Power Unit PE ' TB LTERATURE, ndex to Radio Sets SCR-270 ( ) and SCR-271-( ). TB SG 108 LOADERS: All Types, Technical Data... TB , Haiss- No. 25, with LeRoi D-201 Gasoline Engine. George Raias Mfg TM C, with LeRoi Motor. TM Mobiloader 4 and W4 for Caterpillar D4W and Standard or Wide Gauge Tractors. Athey Truss Wheel....TM Athey 8-H. Athey Truss Wheel TM5-1~ j

124 zp p j. r r LOADERS: (Continued) N. P. Q-7 Nelson Crawler-Nelson tron Works TM Trackson, T-4 for D4 and R4.Caterpillar Trackam.... TM LOADERS AGGREGATE BUCKET: Crawler Mounted, Gasoline- 8-cu. Yd., 19.-ft. 10-in. Boom, Unit No. 7 For use with dryer, Barber_ Greene, 82-A with Buda En gine No. HP TM TB For use with dryer, Barber_ Greene, 82-A with Buda Engine No. HP TM TB Haiss. 75-C.....TM a-cu. yd. 19.ft., 10-in. or 17-ft. 4-in. Boom BarberooGreene 82AD or AM LO A Tractor Mounting, Front-End Cable- Operated-. -cu. yd., Athey, W -4...TM /10 cu. yd., Athey. 8H..TM LOCATORS: Sound- MA to MA8 nclusive. TM M2 TM LOCKS: Firing. M17 TB ORD 227 Hydrostatic.... TB LOCOMOTVES: Boilers... TB , TB TC-l, TB TC-2 Maintenance TB , Olleration and Care... ~ TB LOGARTHMC. For Artillery. TM LOGSTCS: Armored Force,..FM Enemy Data.....FM E0-0 Stall' Officers ".FM LUBRCANT LEVELS: Gear Case; Ordnance Combat and Transport Vehicles..TB ORD 217 LUBRCANTS: Gear, Use of Additives Tn German & talian.. TB ORD El, TB ORD 57 LUBRCATNG MATERALS:...TB LUBRCATON: Aircraft.... TM Bearings, Anti-Friction....TB ENG 11 Cold Weather and Service of Mat~riel, Combat and Transport..TB ORD 126 Operations and Maintenance.. TB ORD 193 Equipment, 0 TB 5-9,720-7 General nstructions and preservation for care of small ~rms. 0 0 TB Guide Holders. W. Do..TB nstructions '" TB '-3. TB Materials. Engine, USA TB Moistureproofing and Fungiproofing ".. TB Optical nstruments.tb ORD 136 Ordnance- Equipment.TB ORD 138 LUBRCATORS: All Types. Technical Data TB Trailer-Mounted. Stewart-Warner, TM Skid-Mounted-LU 100-Gray Company..... TM LUNETTES: For towing transport wagon. Tractors, Highspeed. 88-ton. M6 Allis- Chalmers TB MACHNES: Blueprintivg, Con'tinuous Blueprinting, Developing & Electric Drying Equip ment. Pease V TM 5-6i02 Brake Relining, Barrett EqUipment YB TM Cutting & Grooving Tools, Combustion Pipe Cutting, Nos. 106, 198 and 112. tem No.8, Beaver......TM Developing, Bruning.BW 154. TM Drilling, No. 18-L,' Buffalo Forge TM Duplicating- Duplicator 221. with Suction Feeder 816. Davidson... TM Gelatin Process, 22 x 33-in.. with Duplicator Chest. Carriage Handle. lo-in. Screwdriver, Sponge Pan. Sponge Drawer, Roll Spindle. and Take-up Roll Spindi~. Smith and Corona......TM Duplicator, Multilith Addressograph.Mul_ tigraph. Class 1300 and 2000, Form SA 91'U!l ,. TM Grinding Materiel......TM MACHNE GUNS:(See Guns, Machne) MALARA...TB MED 65, TB MED 72 l Vehicles.TB ORD 12. TB ORD 60 Control.. 0 TB MED 6, TB MED 42, TM 1'-422 Grindinl(' & Polishing, Floor Grinder No. 185, Bridgeport. Safety Emery Wheel 0. TM Lathes.TM Line Boring, "Ammco." 42, Automotive Maintenance Machinery...TM Lithographic Offset, Motor-Driven Volt. 60-Cycle, AC, Multilith, 2066, Sheet Sizes. 20 x 20 in... ".TM Milling- Cincinnati Millinlr Machine 2, Type MH.....TM Shapers and Planers...TM Universal 2H-Milwaukee Mill ing Machines, Kearney &: Treoker TM Ozalid Whiteprint, Ozalid Products Division, E & F TM Payroll, Office Equipment TB QM 14 Photostat- Hunter Electric COllyist Agency, nc. 30 x 30,..C... 0 TM Photostat Corp. Continuous. TM Sewing, Singer TM Sinusoidal......TM Threading TM TM ,. TM Well Drilling. Rotary-Type, Skid.Mount_ ed, Gasoline Enlrine-Driven, Failinlr TB MANTENANCE: Battalion, Armored.FM Carrier Equipment. Open Wire. TB SG 44 Crystal Grinding Equipment and Crystal Finishing Techniq)les... TM Diesel Power Plants for Seacoast Gun Batteries During Periods of nactivity tb ORD 223 Equipment, QM TB QM 12 Frequency Meter Sets SCR.211.series.. 0 " TB Hospital Cars 0 TB , nformation, Dual Channel Amplifier AM-43/FRC ;. TB Laundry Units. QM..TB Locomotives and Cranes....TB M~nuaJ, Basic TM , TM Mobile Equipment. QM. TB QM 2, TB QM 6 Motor Transport. QM...TB Ordnance, 'Field. ~.FM 9-10 Organ, Electric.TB SG 1 Plans. Photographic and Projector Equipment used by AGF and ASF.. TB SG 148 Plug Preventive... TB A-Z Signal Equipment- Desert....TB SG 75 Tropical ' TB SG 72 Winter TB SG 66 Special Services Equipment. TB 28-1 Steering Gears TB Telephone, Truck, 2 'h -Ton, 4 x 2. Federal M 2G, Dump, and 3G TB MANTENANCE, PREVENTVE: Charging Set, SC& TB Converter M-209 (Code)..TB Crane, Silent Hoist, Winch and Crane. " TB Crane, Wheeled..TB QM 4 Engines- Briggs and Stratton Models.. TB 20-2 Signal Corps TB SG 55 Wisconsin Models... TB 20-1 Locomotives... TB Mounts, Gun TB Power- Cords 00 TB SG 25 Units... TB SG 55 Practices for 'Ground Signal Equipment TB SG 123 Radio Sets SCR-177-B. TB SCR-284-A. TB SCR-506-A TB SCR-508-( ) TB SCR-528-( ) TB SCR-543 TB SCR-570 TB SCR-593-A. TB Tractors... TB BatteiT-Powered. TB QM 4 Trucks- Fork-Lift TB QM 4 Straddle Lumber....TB QM 4 Small Boat and Harbor Craft..TM Vehicles......TC 54, 1941 Ordnance...TB , X-Ray. Field Unit Generator.. TB MED 127 Power Units, PE-08-A Through, MACHNES RECORDS: TB MED 87 PE--08-E TB SG 104 Codes. TM Training Program. TC 108,1943 Railroad Car Journal Bearings.... o: Operations TM MANAGEMENT: Mess, Training. o.tm " TB MANEUVERS: Rifte, U. S. Cal., 30, M.... : TC MACHNST TM Umpire Manual..FM Signal Ground Equipment. TB SG 69 MAGNETOS: Air FM Smal Arms 0 TB 9-2:~5-7 American Bosch MJT 7A302. MFT MANFOLDS, Bilge Pump Valve...TB Test Set, 1-51, TB A304, and MJT 9A306...TM MANUALS: Truck, 10-Ton, 6 x 4, Mack Model NR American BOlch Magnetos. Model '20. Arctic.... 0,. ". " TB TM Type MJS 4CMJA 6C. Bay City Universal Joints, Wheel Vehicles... Aviation Umpire.FM Shovels. Covered by Shovel TB ORD:&4 Basic Maintenance TM _e:... TM Field, Basic FM , 125 : r, l~iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~~~======~1

125 . ANUALS: (Continued) Maintenance, 6x4 Transpol'ter. Diamond T TN: Preventive Maintenance.TN: Setvlc_. Radio Equipment Re-lt6~A.. TM Radio Sets AN/TPS-2 TM SC~602-T6.TM SCR-605-A.TM Stock Control......TM Teletype. No. 48. Test Set TS-2/TG......, :.TM Umpire. Air FM Ground FM MAPPNG......FM 21-80, Block Plot Control Adjuatmenta. TB ENG 5 ElUipment,' Multiplex. TM TB ENG 5 Revision Proble'1h.TB ENG 5 MAPS: ntellillence.fm Reading....T B Advance,.. FM Elementary ; FM Traininw TC Revroduction. TM Template TB MARKNG: Bridges '.;' TC 117, 19(8. 7,1944 Mine flelda... TC 122, 1948 Vehicles TC 117,19(8, 15,1944 MARNE ENGNES: (See Engines. Marine) JM:ARKSMANSHP: (See Guns, Machine, Riftes) MARSHALL SLANDS, Medical and Sanitary Data TB MED 111 MATERAL: Defense Seacoast. Care and Preservation......TM Lubricatinw.TB MATJl:REL: Artillery- Coast.TM Seacoast...FM 4-20, TM Captured...TC , TC 100, 1942 Cleaning, Pre8ervinK', Lubricating, and Weldin.. '.... TM Cold Weather Lubrication and Service.,.... TB ORD 126 Destruction- Aircraft TC 102, 128, 1948 Chemical..TC 65, 1943 Enllineer TC 48, 1943 Ordnancs.TC 5, 16, 18, 1943 Signal......TC 63, 1942: German, talian and Japaness. (Preliminary Fuel and Lubricant nstructionl)... :..... TBORD50 nspectiqn, " Ordnance...TM Recovery from battlefieldl..tc 21, Standard Artillery and Firs Control TM MATHEMATCAL TABLES, For ArtUlery.....' :..TM MATHEMATCS, Air Cre... Trainee...TM MATS. Landlnll Airplane.TB MEATS TB Cuttinll... Beef,." '.TN: 1~"7 Lamb.T Hams TB Smoked" Cured TB QM 25 Supply Unit TN: MECHANCAL DRAWNG TN: 1,.1050 XECHANSMS: Firing. Ml TB ORD 65 Foot Firinll. Machine Gun (M8El) (!# ~,...~v..' TB u--- MECHANSMS: (Continued) MEDCAL AND SANTABl' DATA: (Continued) :a.coll. H,.dropneumatlc TB ORD 212 Philippine bland TB MED 68 Ribbon Reverae. Replacement.TB Po'tUllal; 1'B MED 56 1'raversi~ (See Traver.inll Mechanisms) Rum.nia. TB MED 49 Ryukyu slands... 1'B MED'108 Vain Replacement 111 TB Southwestern sland TB MED 75 MEDCAL: Sumatrlt.....TB MED 120 Amputation Caaea...TB MED 10 Sweden. TB MED 54 Anelthetic Awants....TB MED 43 Switzerland., TB MED 55 Department, Mobile Unlta..FM 8-5" Trans-Joruan......TB MED 126 Diallnosea.. TB MED 15 Naurolollical TB MED 76 Examination- nduction Station.TB MED 33 Reception Station ;.TB MED 2 Filma.. TB MED 4 Forma TB MED 7 Forma 78A '.1'B MED 3 nstallationa, Camoufiaw.. FM 5-20C Procedures. dellned....tc 61,1942 Service- Field Unit. ~.... '.. FM 8-10 Operationa, Joint overteal. FM 8-26 Sanitation.... FN: Tranlportation FM 8-35 Supply Depoh.....1'M Telchinw Emergency Care and First Aid...TB MED 116 Treatment- Orthopedic and Amputatioll cases ;TB MED 10 Psychiatric patients.. TB MED 28, TB MED 32 Unlto, Armored FM MEDCAL AND SANTARY DATA: Aellean olands. ;-;....TB MED 26 Albania :'...TB MED 40 Allleria TB MED 90 Andaman sland n MED 105 Austria.....TB MED 59 A.ore. TB MED 123 Beilliurn... TB N:ED 36 Bonin bland.tb N:ED 83 British Mal.ya t...tb MED 95 British Somamand TB MED 130 Buillaria.... TB N:ED 58 Burm".....TB MED 77 Caroline bland. TB MED 50' Celebes TB MED 67 Ceylon.TB MED 109 Corsica TB MED 125 Crete TB MED 61 Czechoslovakia... TB MED 107 Denmark.... TB MED 52 Dutch New Guinea TB MED 18 Eritrea TB MED 79 Finland :TB MED 66 Formola. TB MED SO France TB MED 38 French ndo.china.tb MED 86 Germany '.TB MED 27 Gold Coast......TB MED 129 Guam "...TB MED 67 Halnan. ' '.TB MED 118 talian Somaliland...TB MED 132 n slanda TB MED 88 Java TB MED 102 Kamchatka..TB MED 46 Xaun leland....tb MED 83 Xhabarovak Xral and Maritime Kral TB MED 88 lturlle slanda ; TB MED 24 L...er Bunda 1oanda......TB MED 75 Levant States (Greater Syria). TB MED 128 Marc... slands.. TB MED 8 S Mariana 1oland.TB MED 20 Marshall 10landl TB MED 111 Netherlands TB MED 39 Nicobar.landa TB MED 106 Norway. TB MED 29 Palau slands TB MED 4.1 Palestine TB MED Tunisia......TB MED 9~ Turkey....1'B MED 64 U. S. S. R, Far Eastern Territory TB MED 88 MEDCAL OFFCER. General Neuropsychiatry 'B MED 94 MEDCNE. AVATON...1'M Cardiolowy......,.TM Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat,''M Neuroplychiatry......TM Phy~iology.... T~l ; r PsycholollY and Personality. 1'M MEMORANDA. Orders. Bulletinl and Circulars 1' MESS MANAGEMENT, Training.. T: MESSENGER TRUNK LNE, Service.... TM METABOLSM: Apparatus, BaBal....TM METAL WORK: Aircraft....TM Sheet. Repaira ".TM METALS: Heat 1'reatinrr T: METEOROLOGCAL: Balloonl....TM Data. Artillery. Antiaircraft.TC 28, 39,19(4 Usinll British 25-PR Ranlle Tablel TM Station. AN/TMQ-l (XO-2) 1' METEOROLOGY: Artillery, Coa.t TM METERS: Bias, -97-A..TM Electrical. Broken Glass TB SG 79 Exposure. PH-77, PH-77.A. PH-77.C, and PH-252-A.....TM Frequency. BC-906-E 1' , TB , TB 11-!623-1' Panel, MaRter Power......TM Sets. Frequency. SCR-2ll.A, thru T; AE to AH; AK-AL TM MCROPHONES. Receiver Units. DVolition TB SG 187 MLEAGE TABLES; Official, War Depart. ment TM MLTARY: Courtesy FM 21-50, TC Dictionaries-(S.e Dictionaries) Discipline... " FM Government... TM Civil Attaiu. U. S. Army and Navy Manual FM 27-5 nstruction-(see Teachinll) ntelliwence-(see ntellillence) Law FM Police-(See Police. Military) Railroads. Military Service.FM Sanitation..... ~M Signa......FM Traffic TB ENG 15 Training..... FM 21-5 MN!: FELDS. Markinll.TC 122, 1941 MNES : Aircraft- AN-MK 26 Mod 1 (looo lb.) tb MK 18 (Navy) TB Antltsnk- Heavy T6Fl TB Llwht H.E., T7. TB

126 - ~~-~~ !':» KNES: (Continued) Excavator. T5E3.... TM Land......' TM Booby Trap. '" FM TC 71 Charll'e. Demolition. Shaped. 40-lb.. T TB Sub';;arine,Cable TM9-H5 Explosive.TB Ground. TC Mat{'riel ''M 4 ~20 Tacti FM 4-6 MSCELLANEOUS TEMS: Repair.. TB QM 29 lxers: All Type Technical Data...TB Aspbalt-" Die.el Travel or Central Plant. Trailer - Mounted. 110 to 200 ton. 'per hour. Barber.Greene Heavy Duty TM 5-'1002. TB LO A Gasollne Enll'lne Driven. Repair Plant. Semitrailer - Mounted. Pneumatic Tire 15 to 30-tons per hour. Barber.Grepne TM TB CODcrete- Gasoline- Traller-Mounted 7-cu. ft., Koehrinll'. 7SA-5...TM , T M 5-1 i38. TB LO cu: ft. ltamso~e. 14S-U... TM , TB '1. LO 1036 YWK-MX, Koehrjn~ 14S-3A, Le- Roi Engine. Koehring Co.. TM 5-,1482 Puemill. Gasoline. Barber-Greene LO A Ransome U.. " "". ''M ;;-1486 Roadmlxer, Wood. Model 48. Wood Roadmixer Co TM Rotary-Tiller. SOil-Stabilization- GaSOline Engine _.Ql'iven. Selt- Powered. Trailer-Mounted. Seaman, MHD-72.TM , LO 1017 Power Take-Off. Trailer.Mounted. Seaman. 'ABT-48.. TM T'l LO 1094 Smith Non-Tiltlnll'. 7-S.: 10-S Size. 356, LeRoi Enlline XP5-82 Serial No T. L. Smith...TM Soil Preparation Unit, Gasoline Engine. DriveD. Semitrailer _ Mounted. Pneu. matic Tire 20 to 40-ton per hour. Barber-Greene. 821 ''M MXTURES: dlinll'. Effect of Air Cleaners..... ',,TB ORD 190 MOBLE UNTS. Medical Departm.nt , FM 8-5 MODULATOR UNT. Wilcox Type 50A......TM MOSTUREPROOFNG AND FUNGPROOFNG: Calibrators. Range and -na.....tb Detector Sets SCR-625-A. B. C, D. and E Tll11-1l22-2 Frequency Meter, BC-9Q6-E. TB ~-1 Keyer. TB-S4-A TB Maintenance nformation for Dual Chan- Del Amplifier AM-43/FRC..TB Power Unit: PE-185-A..... TB pe-84. PE-84A. C and D.TB PE-08-A throua-h PE-08-E......TBSG104 MOSTUREPROOFNG AND FUNGPROOFNG: (Continued) 'Procurement nformation TB Public Addre Equipment PA-4-C....,.... " TB Radio Receivers BC.312-( ). BC-314-( ). BC-342 ().andbc344-( ).TB11-&50-1 BC-779-A. B; BC-794-A. B; BC-004 A. B. C. D TB 11~866-3 Radio Sets SCR-193 TB SCR TB SG 49 SCR-291-A TB SCR-503-A. B TB SCR-509-A. Band SCR-510-A and B,.'TB SCR-536 TB MO~TARS: (Continued) 12-1nch All Type.FM 4-40,4-55 M1890 FT 12-A-4. FT 12-G-2 M890Ml...TM9-456.LO5,LO7. FT 12-A-4. FT 12-G-2 M1908.TM FT 12-A-4 M1912 TM FT 12-G-2 Chemical- 4.2-inch: M1Al TM M2.....TB S3 Recoilles. E34Rl....TB CW 24 Training Accessories 4.2-inch... TB 3~20-2 Light. Field TM TM Trench. 3-nch. MK...: FT 81-B-. MOSQUTOES: Larvicide TB MED 14 SCR-ii23-A. B. and C..TB 1' MOTOR DRVE. M2E1. TB ORD 128 SCR-!i~4.,, TB SCR-602 T8 (AN/TPS-3)., TB SG 35 SCR-609-A and SCR.610-A... MOTORCYCLES Chain-Drive- TM TB Radiosonde Receptor, AN/FMQ-l... Harley-Davidson. 40 WLA..TM ndian-. '" " TB HO TM Radio Transmitter BC-191-( ) TB TM B...TM 10-1t Re.tifiers Harley-Davidson TM RA-43-B......TB , RC-34-A, B, C, D. E, F. G, and H TB SG 71 Reel Assembly. RL-Q6/V!..TB 11-22:;4-1 Remote Control Equipment. RC-47-A. B. C. D, and G... "."..TB Repeaters ndian (All Models)......TB ORt> 203 Shaft-Drive Harley-Davidson, 42XA...TM ndian '...TM Solo, Harley-Davidson. WLA...TB MOTORS: TG-30.TB Briggs and Strstton Motors. Z. ZH, ZHL. TG-31 TB ZHLP ZHR. ZL. ZLP, ZM, ZP, ZR. Signal Corps Equipment,.. TB SG 13.,.., ', TM Signal Generator ( )... Dodge Startinl!'. Autolite...TB : : TB Gasoline- Signal..r: amp EqUpment. E~-80-A. m Allis Fs Frame 224-F. Serial Nos. provlsmg Ground ConnectOn for Key J 47...TB Tape Facsimile Equipment RC-58-B....., TB Telegraph- Set,TG-5. TG-5-A and TG-5-B.... "... TB A Terminal. CF-2-A, <carrier) TB Telephone EE-8. EE-8-A, and EE-8-Jil TB Repeaters. EE-99-A EE-99-T3' and EE-99-T5 :., TB li Tentall'e..... TB QM 19 Test Sets. -51 '" TB , MORBDTY; Mortality Records (Sick and Wounded)... : FM 8-45 MORSE CODE....TC S. U44; TC ; TC ; TC ~38 '" Louis...TM M Briggs and Stratton T Models B thru BR TM , Outboard TM HP- Evinrude Lightwin. Parts n. structions......tm lohn.on, TSL 15,... TM HP- EVinrud~. Speeditwin. Parts n-. structlons.....tm Johnson. POLR-15 '" TM , TB &: 55-HP..''M 5-801~, TB Johnston Motors. 400-serl. TM Speedifour M.P. Evinrude TM 'Starting, Chevrolet Brush Holder Frame Reclamation. TB MODULATOR:, MORTALTY; Morbidity Records. (Sick and Tran.p~rt... FM BC-485-A TB SG 68 1 Wounded) FM 8-45T' TM Radio. BC 428-B TM 11,2686, MORTARS' MO OR VEHCLES.. " 60-mm Caution Tags." _ TB OED 20 M2 MOULAGES: War Wound.....TB MED 116 T18E6 81-rnm- Ml FM TB TB TB ORD 7.. TB ORD 105. FT 60-A-4....TB FM 17-27,-FM TB FE. TB TB ORD 7. FT 81-B-3. FT 81-H":'1 T Z7...3.TB ORD 105, FT 81-Q mm T13 T25 1.nch- MS 127 FT 105-P-l FT 155-AF-l TMi-293.TC MOUNTNGS: Csmera Equipment, PH-51!/ MF TM MOUN1:S: Chemical Mortar 4,2-in. Le. E4R TB Combat Vehicle. M3 and M4...TM ll-u25 Combination Gun M19. M84. M42 M54 M62 MS4 M20. 1\122. 1\123. M24..LO 58 MS4Al....TM LO 58A TB '-235-'.: TB i-2s5-a, TB TB TM 9-S13,,

127 i Ma~hineGunl-(Continued)..,.FM KOt'!NTS: (Continued) lotjn'n: (Oo1Jt,iDue4) NAVGATON: GUDS- Air 7.mm T 11-1'6 Cal..50-(Continued) Celestial,' TM 'O-mm-, U.FM ''M Table TM lu..tb 9-U-l. LO S NETS: Fish. Repair :',268 '111.mm- Boate. ''M NEUROLOGY. Diagnosis ~. TB MED 76 Jil1..''M LO 58. FT 75-AF-l Truck TM 9-224' NEUROPSYCHATRC: 7.-mm- Mortars- Examination TB MED 38 Jill, ; TB mm- WAC Recruiting Station _m,D_Jil2 ''M TB TB MED ' 00 M2,......TB ORD FE mm- Patients. Reconditioning. TB MED 80 lis. ''M TB ORD 129. All Typel.TB ORD 105 NEUROSYPHLS TB MED 48. FT 90-C-S '1'21. ",.TB ORD 1051 NEUROPSYCHATRY. (See Medicine) '1' 2El.''B ORD FE mm- Aviation medicine.... ''M l0-mm, Ml.''B ORD FE 19 '1'12,.. FT 105-P-l General Medical Officer...''B MED 9.4 '-DCh- Quadrant Ml,.,. ''M 9-155S S NCOBAR SLANDS. Medical and Sanitary M5 ''M 9-1S23 Railway Gunl- Data ''B MED inch- ' h Jr11 FM 4-12S _1nc - NOMENCLATURE: Designations. Signsl Corps publications.. Aircraft. AN-M9 ''M 9-S12 Ml TB ORD 120 'fb SG los Airplane- MA. FM '-49. ''M 9-463, Radio Sets SCR-270 ( ), and SCR-27l '15-mm- ''B () TB SG 106 M6 '1'1\1 9.,.Sl1. ''M 9-1S11. TB TB ORD 25, NUTRTON... TB MED 2S. TB MED 25 LO 126 TB ORD 120. LO 18 Civil population...tb MED 5S M9 (T13E2)...TM lneh- Hospital diets.tm ''M TB FM 4-'5. FT 12-E-2, NUTS: ''ll LO 150 U-neh- 12-K-2 Adju8ting. Hub, Chevrolet and GMC, Antiaircraft-- Reolamation TB 9-28S mw- M F1\4-S5, TB ORD 120, Elastic Stop, nstallation....tb ORD 46 1 M2Al TM9-228.L0127 FT14-M- 1l0-mm- Telelcope- 0BSERVATON: Forward.....FM 6-1S5 Ml '1'11'1 9-S70, Ml TM Military nteuigence FM ''M A. TB '12 1'11' OBSERVERS. T( chnical FM ''M , TB ORO 129, M6A!..''M OBSERVNG: Equipment ADW-B;"[ LO 7. LO 128, 128A. M15A1 ~ ''M ''M S FT 90AA-B-3, FT 90-C-S \ 11' TM OBSTACLES: (See also Mines) MA FM 4-U6, Ml';Al. T:f , 9-2.,53 Beach and Underwater Charge "nd Meth TM9-370,TM9-lS70A, 1\ '11'19-1:,78 od of PaS8ing " TBENGS4 ''M B, TB M Technique, :.. FM 5-80 TBORD29.L062 M21...'1'11' , OCCUPATiONAL CLASSFCATON: M2... FM '1'11' '122. TM (See Classification) TM A. TB 9-S72-1, Mn T~l 9 l:,r,l ODOGRAPH: TB , TB Ml- TB B-FE. M25. TM TB Land. 6-Volt Cable' for nstallation TB ORD 129. LO A M in Truck. '" -Ton. 4x4 Monroe.. MS FM 4-91 M35 " ''M TM , T2El ''M 9-371, MH "' ; ''M 9-154S TB TB ORD 72, LO ' 'B S-S20-6 Tropioalization in Field.. TB mm- Trailer, M20....TM 9-7,'9 ODOMETERS. C Elimination Ml TJC 105-AA-E-lc, MOVER: TBORD mm-, \ Ml.''M ' Prime- 6-ton. 6 " 6. Corbitt Model 50SD6. OFFCE: Central. Maintenance.TM 11-'478 TB ORD 129, LO A Parta Cataloi'...''M Disbur,ing....TM General Accounting. Relations with. " ,,. 1'11' S-ineh~ Full Track- M2A2 (Mobile). M3S.TB ORD 112 OFFCE APPLANCES, Repairs... TB , LO 6. MS'.TB ORD TB QM 8, TB QM 26 FT S-R-2 OFFCE EQUPMENT, Payroll Machines.. Tractor-Drawn Mi.,.TJC llaa-o-s... ''BQ1\U Cutter-Bar Type. ron wheel.. 7 ft tjc 3AA-J-S. OFFCE MACHNES. Duplicators. Stencil. Re- Cutter Bar ''M TJC SAA-K-S, SAA.-O-3 ''B pair TB QM 24 Ml917Ml TJC 3AA-,c-9, OF'FCER CLASSFCATON :(See Classification). LO 79 MUFFLERS:... M1917Mll LO 8 1 mprovised. truck. '4-ton. 4"4.. OFFCERS: Agent TM 10-S25 M191S TJC SAA--S..,..., TB FES Finance Agent.. ''M , ''M AA-L-2 Prev~nting Breakage Due to Expansion. Reading oourses...tc 25, 1941 Contraction. and Flexing of Meta.)...a. 4.7 lneh- Special Service ''M :.... TB ORD FE 16 1\11 TM 9-S80. Uniform; Sam Browne belt TC 9, 1940 ''B FT 4.7AA-C-l Drive Gear TBORD31 MULTLNE: Observing Set. ADW-BM-00.. OFFCERS, STAFF: 2 Kaehine Guns- ' \ TMl1-201 E'ield manuals LOi'istica1 data, FM Cal.30 TB MULT-RANGE; Tester TM Orders FM M TM 9-20' MUNTONS: Organization..FM M2, ''M Chemiea.l. 1\1.cellan..ou,.''M S-SOO Technical data. FM 'M1917A1 '1'1\ Traffic control.fm Cal..50- n trainin&, TM 3-S05 OL: M2. Watereooled. (Browning).. MUSC, F\t!ld '.c.tm Enll'ine: Gage Blade Markini'8. ncorreet. '", '1' MS T:B2S-60-6 \NALDRVERS:., TB ORD 219 MSa FM '-157. T1\ 9-22S. All TY,pe,"' Technical Data..TB USA TB ''M Pneumatk. nll'ersoll-rand. 6-CN}) V of Additivel TB Mal ~_._,..!. 'rb '-'115-1 ' '. ' rl'm , "

128 fit y, OL: (Continued) Mineral, For Two-Cycle Gasoline Eng-ines TBENG36 Recoil, Change in Major Caliber AA Materiel TB OnD.22.9 Recoil, Light, for' 6-inch Gun. M TB Recoil, Use in the Recoil Cylinder for Gun. Automatic, 40-mm. M1 (AA), and Oil Geard M1 (Remote Control SYstems M1 and M5) M2 Remote Control Sys tem M3). a.nd M~ (Remote Control Systems M5) TB ORD 171 Seal Guard. Differential... TB 0- RO~-FE4 OL GEARS. M1 and M2 TB and 69 OL PUMPS: See Pumps. OPERATNG NSTRUCTONS: Palmp)' Model...LH...', 'M f'j;--q3r OPERATONS:. AUmmistration..,.. FM 100-1il Airborne troops..... FM Air power FM 100-2U Attack FM Bakery. Gal'l'ison......TE QM 30 Cavalry.Division 'a:1(1 Co, p:--;...,fm Center. AN/TTQ- TM 11-43R TB Cold Weather. Tracked Landing Vehicle;.;..., Tn 9 77" 6 Combat Troops FM 100/5 Desert ORDNANCE VEHCLES: Combat and Transport. :. TB QRD 217,,TBOnD218 Cooling SYstems.....,TB ORD 74 Fluids for Jacks and Hoists.. TB ORD 104 Fuel Systems.....TB OnD 75 PENCLL1N TB MED 9 Liquid Container Bracket TB ORD 92 Gonorrhea Treatment. TB MED 16 Lubrication TB OnD 12, TB ORD 60 ''rcntnwnt of Syphilis..... TB MED 106 Lubrication, Universal Joints...TB ORD '44 PERFORATOR. Teletypewriter, Set, TG-16 Rifle bracket tb ORD FE6 and TG-17 TM Tool brocket.....tb ORD!13 PEHSCOFJo:S: OnGANZATON DATA: nc, M198 TM Enemy FM E 101-1!} M1, M2. M3, and M5....TM Staff Ollicers FM !v4, JliJJA1. lv6, M~. M8A1, and MO ORGANS: Electric Maintenance.....TB SJG 1 ORENTATON FOR ARTLLERY... ''M ' O:-;CLJ,ATOHS: -1',l-A Tl\f 11-21,24 Keying, \Vilcox Type 9SA.. TM 11-,2~)r)1 OSCLLOGRAPH: le-14 (Part of Sound Ranging Set GR-3). :... "...., LO ;'010 nc-12:)3 and 1233-A TM ;'; TM O\'en, Cnbinet-Type Armature and Coil Baking. Detroit Sheet Metal \V arks.....,... TM OSCLLOSCOPES: FM '112-1 BC 2.'" A TBll-11UJ-O General FM RC'-l(J:l (*) TB SG 126 nduction Slation, Armed Forces,."... BC- -11~ A,llt! n TB TM BCOr.O-A TM 11-2~,26 nfantry Divis,ion... : ~M_11-1~ i OUTRGGERS. % -cu. ;}Cd. Quick-way C.rane Jomt. Army-]\an. gtla TC11,104".., TBE,NG 44 Jungl~ F~ 7~-2~ OVENS: SbJ\'('ci. Rau;l,"('.'i, an(1 ~o()killg nuti;ts.. Landing 1 ~1 31D i,.. TM Larg~ units FJvl100:-1~. OXYGEN THERAPY OT!''FT: Machine Rec0rds 12 -~0" MC1C lfojd 'M Maneuvers FM FM Mk '' t TM Radar, Anti~Jamming' TB SlG 9 jas ype, camp e e R ecepton ' C e nt er TM 1" L j PACK, Mule, M2.. TB Room, Unit Assembly and Portable Fil- i PAt~K1\G. Pr(lcessin~ and Corrosion Preven. ter. TM1-13Si tion TM:lK :l05 Ship~to shore. U~e Sted Treadway Bridge J PACK.:'lG HOUSE, Ploduets....TB QM.~,i TB ') PAN, SllUl.ymg. Equipment (De\dbH;~). Snow FM ,.....,. ''M TB ; Hi2020 OPERATORS. Rada) Antijamming.. TM PANTER '".. ''M OPTCAL NSTRUMENTS. Lubrication... : PANTE'{G......TM 928,,1, TB ORD '13 ORD 136 ' PANTS :,, 1'B OR! 2:!4 ORDERS: PALESTNE: Medical and ~anjta)'y Dota... Bulletins, Circuial's and Memoranda.... 'll ::>1 ED 12& TM [PANEL, Master Power Meter... TM Combat..... FM 101_5f PANELS: Combat, Air Forces..,. FM 1-75 Cont 01 Still' FM BD-l~2-A TR ORDNANCE: BD 122-'1'6 Tn Ammunition Company FM 9-~20 Combat and Tlanspo~ t Vehicles TB ORD 217 Company Depot..... FM Engines TB ORD 215 Field Maintenance FM 9-10 Location. and n:-;tallation of Maintenance Sets- G TB H TB ~4 Mamtenance... TM Material, Use of Dry-Cleal1lng- Solvent TR Materiel. Destruction TC 5. 16, 18, 1943 Cleaning... TM TB , TB TR ORD 17 General...TM dentification Plates.. TB ORD 106 Lubrication '" TB PoweJ T,ln'-'fer. C'!'J" 22/F T.:vll1~967 WC':lthel', TB ] PANORAMC ADAPTORS: (See Adaptors, Panoramic) PARACHUTES TM PARAF' ln'. C'hloyin"tt.,j '......Tll ~ i'\4 PARTTONS. Fil'pho~)'d Tn 11-2;::-; PARTS, Maintenance, nterchange. TB PARTS BOOK: GMC 0 x 4 AFKX-804 TM GMC.. CCKW-352 and TM PATROLLNG 0 FM Zl-7~ P AVER: Concrete, Crawler-Mounted. 34-cu. ft., Foote. 34E TM , LO 1037A Mnitifoote, 27E,..-The Foote Co., nc... :... ". ''M PAY AND ALLOWANCES: Civilian Employee's.... TM 14-26!i Preparation. Deep 'Water Fording... Enlisted Men ''M , :.. :. : TM ~-285~ Enlisted Personnel TM Q~ n.p.q n Field EM 9-0 Officer's ' TM PAYMENT, Supplies and Nonpersonal Services,.,. ''M 1<1-5.04, TM 44-2,2(\ PAYWLL MACHNES......THQM 14. PEDESTALS. FT-:l05-A, On Radio Set SCR- 54" ca tb 11-L TM M0 al1(]..8 TM Dj}'('ct SiJzhting. Telescopes for use in TiJl1L TM PEHSO\!'J EL; Ciassifj('a t'jon.tm Dec'easpd ''M Enclny... }. ~.FM J.~[] li"'t(,d.,-- J)j-.ldl:1'J!" and ReleaHe from active "U!y TM R..ti,."ment ''M dil<llce. tems to be Disassembled Periodk:-l/!y for Luhrication, Truc,k, 10 Ton, 6x1. Mack.Model NR... TB Si!.<wd Cllll1munieation, TrHining Tl\ T,,>t." ''M V\~ar Dep~!rtTlent, 'rravf~l Allowano~s..... '...,... TM PERSON.';E], ADJUSTMENT: Enlisted nlpn. _... ",.,. '.'.. TB MED 21 L.,e!llr,," TB MED 12 Pl1AH.:'i~A(,\. Tl'chnic1:1DS, :',bo'thods..tm \ PHONETC:', TC 94, 1942 PH(lTorJ('\ PH C, J)~lrkro{lnl Equipnlcllt, (Prucessing Equip~ ment pr-! S!!;-J),...,.... TT\ol t1-404 Dnrkl'oom ]<;quiprnent, PH TM , Tn SG 148 Eqtlipnwl,f. PH ;-\,;.;:{..... TM ,nhoraior:(-s... TM 11-4fJ9' Lihr;:lri\>~_ \VD ~~~~ ~~~.~. TC60, 1943 Set. ph 261 TM PHOTOGRAPH HEAD]))G, Aerial.. FM 21-25, 2-2G. Tn P-fO'fOCU\PH:--: : A(~r~a] ntvrpreiation....tm ('nsori'hip TC 15, (j6, 1943 PHOTO(mA'J!Y: Aerial PM T: , TM ntelligence FM Map Reading FM 21-25, FM' nasie... ''M Oblique " ; TC 70 PHRASE: BOOK':: Albanian.... ''M Burmese,.TM Cantonese....,. ''M Chinese TM C'i.,'eh TM !J:tJ1i,h TM Duteh ' Finni,h TM French TM German TM Greek.... TM Hllngarian. ~ ~ ~. ~ TM celandic. ; TM 30~256 talian '.!: Japanese TM Malay..... ''M Moroccan TM Norweg-ian ~ ' TM Persian TM Poli,h TM Portuguese ~... TM Rumanian TM

129 'HR;\SE BOOKS: (Continued) Russi';n '", TV 8Cl-844 Se~bo-Croatlan. TV Siamese TM Spanish TM Swedish TV' Turkish ; ; TM PSYCHO.OGY: (See Medicine) 1'HYSCAL: Training. FV 21-Z0 TC 87,1942 WAC FM PHYSCAL THERAPY: Amputees.TB MED 122 PHYSCS: \ Air. Crew. Trainees ",_,., ~),{ Airplane Mechanics "" TM P:HYSOLOGCA~ASPECTS OF FLyNG..... TM PHYS<;lLOGY: (See Medicine) PGEONS: CaKe, PG-50 TB Company SiKnal.. FM Crate PG-49.. ' TB Homing... :.TM PLES AND PLE DRVNG....TB ENG 8Z PLLBOXES, Concrete'Effect of Projectile.:. 0 TB ENG 2 PLOTS: Balloon Tables- 30-Gram TM Gram. m Weather Manual 0 TM PNONS, Worn and unmatched, for GMC 2'h-ton. Ford l'h ton and Dodge 1 'h-tod Trucks, Reclamlltion......TB PNS: Firing, Reclamation....TB FE1 PPES: AU Types, Technical" Data...TB Culvert, ron or Steel, Nestable Packing for Export.TB ENG 14 'Metal Culvert.T~ ENG 8 Wood TB ENG 20 PPELAYERS, All Types, Technical Data TB 5-972Cl-11 PPE LNE SYSTEMS:.... ;.TM PPNG EQUPMENT, All Types. Technical Data 0 0 TB PSTOLS AND REVOLVERS: Automatic, Caliber.45, M1911,.nd M'1911A1 FM Revolvers : TM FLAGUE...,.TB MED 124 l'laners: Milling M.chines.nd Sh.pers.TM 1_421 Model 41, 20", Jewel, Americ.n Saw Min Machinery : TM '-24..for built-in motor, Crescent M. chine TM :PLANTS: Asph.lt AU Types, Technical Data TB Erection and Operation, Barber Greene..., TM Asphalt and Aggregat~ M~ing-' All Types, Technical Dat :... :...:. : :. : : : :TB ' Gas'oline Engine-Driven 25-Tons Per Hour: 4-Unit, B.rber-Greene. 0 0 TB B.tchlng,.AgKregate, 8 CQmp.rtment, 105-Ton Capacity, Bl.w-Knox, 1' TM , TB Cement, Portable, 30-Tons Per Hour, Gasoline EnKine-Driven. B.w-Knox.. TM , LO 1052 (irushing.nd Screeriing- All Types. Technical D.ta..._ TB 6-9' PLANTS: (Continued) Cru,shing and Screenlng-(Continued) J Units, Galoline, Semi..trailer Mounted with Dollles, 25 cu. yd. per hour- owa No. 1 with Bud. L-525 Engine...TM , owa No. 2 with Buda L-525 EngiM.nd Case LAE Engine..TM TB , LO OU, 1034A, 1034B, 1034C Diesel Power- For Scout C.r MBA.. 0.TM C M.intenance 0 TB ORD 223 Food, Emereency, slands of the P.clflc.. TM GeneratinK..nd Ch..rginK- Acetylene Gas, Semitrailer-Mounted 500-cph, Linde L ".'.. TM , All Type., Technical D.ta......TB aener&tor- Electric On..n, OTC-.. 0 TM Engine. Type 15 E. Spec.. No., Continent..l Motor Corp.. TM ce- 8.6-Ton, Frick TM Ton~ M.nually Operated Port.ble, Skid-Mounted, G.Boline Engine-Driven V-50 with Continental Engine. Y 69..., TM , TB Victor......TM Ton, Frick, S Q D W....TM , , mpreknatinll' M 1, Clothln TM 1-270, TB mpreenati"ll' ) TM Onan Electric, Model OTC-15BE.. '".,, "..TM Poi.onous, slands of the Paci1lc. TM Power-(S.e Powel' Planh::) Power, C.r, Armored, T17E1, Chevrolet...TM t-1741a Wasbinc and Screening- All Types, Technical D.ta....., '.. TB S.nd and Gnvel. 75;Tons Per Hour, Pioneer, Model 412-VW..TM PLATES: Compartmen.t, Grouser.,TB ORD 173 Vehicle dentl1lcation, TB PLATOONS: Employment, 81-mm....TC 73 Pioneer, Tank DeBtroyer..... FM Re.onn.lssance, Tank DeBtroyer. FM T.nk Destroyer, Self-Propelled, Tactl 1 Employment FM 18'::ZO Towed Gun... 0 ofm 18-Z1 PLOTTNG BOARD: (See Bo.rds, Plotting) PLOTTNG: Set, AN/GMQ-3 TM PLOWS: All Types, Technic.l D.t...TB Bottom and Disc, Towed-Type,!,'our 14-in. Bottoms, Deere Model TM , TB Disc. Towed Type, Fiv. 23-inch Disc, Deere, Model 205.TM LC-51 Cable TM Snow. Model 87 Pr., 188, Serial Nos. 130 to. 174 ncl., Mounted on Diemond T-'86 Army 4-ton x4 Cha..leOl051, Wm. Bros. Boiler A: Mfg. Co.. 0 TM Snow, Straight Blade Ph-Ton, 4 x 4, or 2-Ton. 6 x 6, Truck-Mounting Burch Model R2-21A...TM Tr.ctor, with Standlnll' Cu.tter and'slnele :Plain Sh.re. Deere, ;... '~_'."""" TM , TB PLUGS, Excessive Heating, Cable System. M'T......TB A-2 PLUNGERS, Safety L.tch... TB FEl POCKET, Cartridge. Cal 30 M1 ri1le Or carbine... TO 83,1943 PONTS, Distrihutor, Reclamation....., :. TB 'POSONNG, Systemic. TB MED 101 POSONS, Blood.nd Nerve..TB CW 3 POLE, ClimhinK Equipment...TB SG 85. POLE LNE, Construction.TM POLCE: Military,FM 19-5, FM ) Railroad Tr.ins and in Railroad, Bus Terminal Stations..TM Records and Forms.,..., TM POSTON FNDNG: (See Artillery, Seacoast) POSTAL: Service Army F:M POSTS, Command. Camouflage FM POTENTOMETERS, Azimuth, Pinning to Drive Shaft, TB POWER AMPLFER: BC~340-G TM 1l,..801 POWER CONTROL UNTS: All Types, Technical Data..TB Buckeye MDDD-Allis-Chalmers.. TM Cable-Operating, Fro n t Mounting, 1 Drum, Reversible, LeTourneau, FTD TM Cable.Operating Re.r.Mounting...: -Drum, Reversible, LeTourneau. HN., 0 0 TM Drum, LeTourneau, R TM 5-92a4 2-Drum, LeTourneau, T TM LeTourneau Front-FD8 Form PC-13-G. TM FTD7-R. G...TM R7.., 0 TM 'fd6 TM T-4 TM TS TM POWER CORDS: TB SiG 25 POWER KT: B6S-P1.TB B-l POWER PLANTS: Clutch, Electrical System, for Basic' Vehicles, 'l(-ton, 4 x 4.nd llh-ton, 6 x 6 (Dodge) TM 9-180SA Gun, 16-in. MK. 11, Ml, CarriaKe. Barbette, 16-in. Mi, M5.....LO 201, 201A Gun Emplacements- 6-in.... LO 99, 99A, 205, 205.,A 12-in...,... '......LO 13, 73A Medium Tanks, M3A3, M3A5, and M4A2, ' General Motors, Twin Diesel, , TM G Searchlight. Portable, 60 inch 1942A TM POWER SUPPLY UNTS. PE-172 TB PE 172-A otb PE-172-T6 TB RA 61-A TM RA-H.A, B, C, RA-84-A, B, and RA-94-A...,... ".TB RA-H-C, RA-84 B and RA-95-A... TM , TB RA-101.A.... TB POWER TRAN: AxleB, Bodies, and Frame for 2 'h -ton 4 x 2 Dump Truck (Federal). TM Basic Half-Tr.ck Vehicle (HC) TM B ChaBsiB, and Body Truck 1 'h.ton 4 x 2 (Ford). TM B 2 'h ton 6 :t 6...TJ4 '-1801

130 POWER TRAN: (Contlnu&d) Chassis and Body- (Continued) Truck- (Continued) l'h-ton e,. e, (Studebaker USB and USB x 4j. TM ' 'h ton to 4-ton, 4 x 4, (Hari, 4-wheel Drive) '" TM 9-181o'B 4 to 5 ton, 4 " 4, Tractor. (Alltocar and Federal) TM to 6-ton. 4" 4 Truck, Tractor, (Autocar) TM ton, 6" 4 Truck (Mack).... TM B Crane, 2-ton Tractor 'M5 OHC-T9), 'fm B Equipment for landing Vehicles Tracked) (Unarmored) MK LVT (2) TM B Gun, Motor 76-mm, Carriage T70. " " TM A Heavy Wrecker. Ml Series 2 (Axles, Transmission, Wheel and Tires. "..., TM A Scout Car. M3Al.,. TM Suspension System. ".. TM B. TM B Suspension System, Carrier Li~ht Cargo Model T-15 TM 9-1H93R Tanks, Medium M3. M4 and Modification TM R Track. Frame Assembly Seats. TM C Track Suspension Equipment, 'tractor, HighsPt-ed, 18 ton M5... TM 9-17H6B Tractor. Heavy, M. Allis-Chalmers RD. low TM C Truck- 2 '2 -ton 6 x 6 dmc... ". TM A 4-ton. 6 x 6 Diamond T. 968A. 970A. 972 TM POWER TRAN UNlTS, Medium Tanks. M3 and M4 and Mod TM POWER TRANSMSSON. Automotive, Units TM POWER UNTS: All Types, Technical Data...TB B-15, Form TPL.83C-Allis Chalmers... " TM Electric. 2 KW, D.C. Engine-2 Cylinder, 4~cycJe, Quan HOTe" Generator, 2KW 40 Volt, DC 2000 RPM D.W. Onan and Sons TM Gasoline Engine-Driven., Trailer..Mounted, 4 Steel Wheels, HP. 300 WA...., '" TM , LO 1106 General Summary......TB SlG 18 High Voltage. FiHer Resistors Replace~ ment TB SG 126 Limited Standard, PE-8/TTQ-l TB SG 111 L.90. Form TPL 41 B, Allis-Chalmers : "... " 'M Model LM21-A. l%-kva. Kohler TM , 1'B Model 200, nternational Harvester ,... " TM Model C, Beaver Pipe Tools...TM Model F 12,. nternational Harvester " TM Monitoring, Radio8onde Receptor AN/FMQl 'fbslg52 PE-49-F TM PE-49 G,.TM G PE-74 1'B SG 116. 'fb SLG 133 PE-74, PE-74 B, PE 74- ( )... TM PE-75 ;.1'B PE-75-C through PE 75-T TM PE-75.K, Preiiminar"y nstructions ,. TM K PE-75-T TM T PE-75-U... 1':1« U POWER UNTS: (Contfnued) PE-77-( ).... TM PB-82-E..., TM PE-84, PE 84 A, PE.84-C and PE 84-D. '" 1'M TB , TB SG 116, TB SG 133 PE 85 TB SG 124 PE-92-B..... ' TM ~:~::~~' ::~-~~~9:~~ P.~~~5.-;;,t~_19~~~~~ H. TB TB , TB ;:~::~; :::::::::: ~:~ ;:; ~~~:;:; PE 99 G TM G, G PE-03 A TB PE 03, A. B, C, D and E....TM TB SG 104, TB SG '~5 PE-137-A..... TM PE-145 A TM PE 'M PE-167-A TM: PE l ;...1'B ~' PE H2 TM PE 185-A TM 'B PE-197 TMl1-940.TBSGll1 PE ln TB SG 139 PE-198-B TB PE 201-A TMq-91-1 PE-201:C, TM C PE-205 B..,. TM PE-~O TM P~;'214 A '1': PE.-214.B TM PE 24 5 A......TM PP34.MSM.:-Rcdifier...TM PU.S/TTQ.l. : TM 11-1)32 PU-9/TPS-2.. TB TB Signal Corps, PE-95-G and H ,...TB Tanks, Med,um. M3A4 8< M4A TM F U 40. TPL 43-B, Allis Chalmers. ''M DD6. lnternationai H~rv~ster TM UD-9, nternational Harvester TM UD H, nt~rnational Harvester..TM UD ls, nternational Harvester.. 1'M., 9933 Y69. Y91. PY91. Y4069. Y PY69, Continental Motors TM POWER VSE STAND: No. 422 ''M PRACTCE BOMBNG: (See Bombing) PREDCTONS: Propagation. Basic Radio TB , TB PRESERVATON AND CARE OF SEACOAST DEFENSE MATEREL.. TM PRESERVNG. Ordnance Material...TM PRESSES: All Type., Technical Data...TB Driil- Floor Type TM , Triple Duty,.TM , Upl'ight Type TM Hydraulic, Track, Portable. Hand...Operatell 100-Ton, Ro<1gers Model' TM Model TM Lithographic Off.et, Motor-Driven, 110. Volt. 60 Cycle. AC- American Type Founders, Weben.. dorfer, Big Chief, Model 29, 22x29-in. Sheet Size.. '" TM Harri. Seybold.Potter. Model LTE, 20x221;2-in. Sheet Size.. ''M Printing. Big Chief :<29, Webendorier Mills Co., American Type,Founders (SPM 161) TM PRESSES: (Contlnn«, Universal, Model 22. too ton. Rogen Hydraulic. 1i,c: (SPM-1939).:TM: PRMERS, Sa.fety Distanc. Requirement~..."" TB ORO 21-& PRNTERS: Mercury- Model "55"-Chas., BruQing..... M~~;'..:;~.:~~~~;.:' Br~'n'i~:'. ~~611ll : TM 6-611' TG-7-A,.TG-7-B and TG-37-B... PRSO~~~' ~~. ~~~:T;':~~35.2:.~~~1~:~:~~ PROCEDURES: Admlni.trative Audit. Cost - Plus. A. Fixed Fee Supply Contracto.1'M Signaling, Combined..FM 24-22, FM Standard Repair TB QM 2G PROCUREMENT: ~quirements. nvitation for Bids, Contracts and Bonds. ~M PROGRAMS, Supply, Army PreparatlOn and Admini.tration TM ls-21t PROJECTLES, lluminating MK U Mod. 1 TB ORO 121 PROJECTOR: Equipment. 'PH-398, PH-398.A TM TM A Equipment TBSG148 PROJECTORS: Ceiling Light. ML-121.A. B. C, D; E. F and G.TM 11-42t Film and Filmstrip TM Ground Signal. M4 TM PH-22~. PH-222 A......TM PYl'Otechnie. All Type.. : TM 9-290, TM Target Rocket. M.. TM 9-890, TB9-S90-1 PROPELLER SHAFTS: (See Shafts) PROPHYLAXS, Sulfadiazine...TB MED 112 PROTECTON: Fire, Troop Organizations in Theaters of Operations..... TM ndividuah..nd.mall units.. FM PROTECTORS, Collective. M3...TB 8-S50-1 PSYCHATRC, patients. treatment tb MED 28, TB MED 32 PSYCHOLOGCAL SERVCE. Clinic'... n Army Hospital.... TB MED 115 PSYCHROMETER EQUPMENT. ML.313/AM TB SG 36 PSYCHROMETERS: ML-24 TB SG 76 ML-224 TB SG 76 PSYCHOTHERAPY. Group.,. TBMED loll PUBLC ADDRESS: Equipment. PA 4-C TM TB Set- AN/UQ-l... TM PA--F TM PA.2.B TM PA-li and PA-5A TM PUBLCATONS: List of, for Training., FM 21-e SigHal Corps. Nomenclature Designations TB SG los PULLEY. Dod,. Cranksbaft, Reclamation TB 9-ll83041 PUMPERS: Kermath Sea Chief. TM PUMPS: All Types, Technical Data.. TB TB '4. TB Asphalt. Trailer-Mounted. wth Distrib. utor Attachments, Littleford. :Model US-SC TM TM Bilge. Cold Weather Precautions.1'B 1-80il-1 Bituminous, Trailer-Mounted. LittletON. Model US lls TM 6-10ti ~--~

131 rumps: (Continued) Boiler, Feed Steam. Model J)RP-S2S..._ T ~edtrifusal- Gaaoline Ensine-Driven... Bale-Mounted-' 1 ~ -n., Dlschars GPM at SOO.ft. Head. Economy, Model B-1S0 TM , TM , TB l.ld. Discharge- 66-GPM at 60-ft. Head Barnes. Model M...TM earver, Model TM laeser, Carver or Red Jacket, Model APS-l. TM , LO 1085 f-gpm. 12o-ft. Head. G 0 r man _ R u p p, W W52-10A.. TM , TM 2088, TB GPM at ZOO-ft. Head, Gardner-Den ver. Model E. ' TM GPM at 25-ft., Head, Nove, Model KH-2...LO a-ld.. Dlscharlre- 200-GPM at 1000-ft. Head. or in Parallel, 400-GPM at 500 ft. H e a d, Han on Waters, Type TB GPM, at 400-ft. Head, ns e r s 0 11 Rand, S.GT, with Cummins HP Enlrine...TM n., Discharge- JOO-GPM at SOO-ft., Head, Gorman-Rupp, Model J -54.TM GPM at S50-ft Head, Gorman-RuP1, Model C TM , TB OO-GPM at SOO.ft. Head, Left. Model Aurora AD-2... TB '-n., Disch..rse 1000 GPM at SOO-ft.. Head, A mer i e a n Marsh, Model 6B, Type HBE., TM , TB Tra!iler Mounted- J-in.. Di""h..rse. 166-GPM..t 25-ft., He..d, Novo, Model KH-2 TM n.. Disch..rge. 500 GPM at 20-ft., Head, Carver. Model 4822.TM , TB '.in., Discharlre, l,ooo.gpm at 80-ft., Head, Model aoo- W A... ~ TM , LO 1107 PUMPS: (Continued) Deep W..ll G..lollne Engine.Driven~ Helical Rotor.Type- ao-gpm at 250.ft., He..d Type 2, Peerless Hi-Lift. Model 42, and 42-H...., TM , , TB LO 1079 SO-GPM at 250-ft., Head Type, Peerle Hi-Lift, Model 52. TM , TB , LO 1091 Turblne-Type 4-in., Discharge, 160 GPM at 150-ft., Head, Cook, Model P-606.TM , TB 5-91rO-l 200-GPM at 200-ft., Head Peerless, Model 6M... TM , TB TB , TB S Diaphragm, G a 8 olin e EngineooDriven. Mounted on Two Steel Wheels, 4.ln Discharge, 100 GPM at la-ft., Head. Suction, Novo, Model AD-4...TM Fuel TM A Hydraulic Trucks, Dump TB ORD 09 Oil Bleeding. Motorcycle ndian (All Models),, TB ORO 20S Piaton, Power, Horizontal, Gasco Fig, No. 1860, 3lA!" x 4","," x 4lh" x 4~2" x 6, Rotary- Duplex,.Gasco Pump & Burner Co....TM Hi-Octane Pumlling Unit, 100-GPM, 100.ft., Head of Gasoline with De watering and Deael'sting Equipoo ment. Gasoline EngineooPowered, Hill Diesel Engine Co...TM Power takeoooff Driven, Fire Truck Mounting Mid-Ship, Single Dis charge, 2ooin" Discharge, loo GPM at 277-ft., Head or (20-PS), Watrous, HD-281-R TM Steam Gardner-Denver--" 4 x 2'h x 4 TM i'h X 3% x i TM Sum_ l'neumatic 2 'h -in. Discharge, 175 GPM at 25-ft., Head, ngersoll-rand, Model 25..,...TM S.in., Discharge, 175-GPM at 25 ft., Head, Chicago Pneu. matic, Model CP-2..TM Technical Data...TB Vacuum, Style , Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.....TM Warren Steam, Size, 1", C-ll, Warren Steam. Pump Co, nc TM Water- Having a Defective Water Seal Washer Seat, Reclamation..., TM Trailer-Mounted, with Distributor At. tachments, Rosco, ModeJ MAE..,...,, TB PUMPNG STATON, 8-in., Portable, with 2 gasoline EngineooDriven, Centrifugal Pumps, 1 sand Trap, 1 Discharge Section, 1 Main Line Header Section, 1 Set of Automatic Controls, 285-barrels per Hour Alfainst a Pressure Differentlal of 600.lb., McGregor and Reed., TM PURFCATON. Water, TM PYROTECHNCS: Aircraft ;.:.:.:. -.'.-.' ' TN Miitar.,! _ ~._._._-.!..L TM QUADRANTS' Elevation, Ml,.TM , TM Gunner'., Ml and M1ll18. '".TM Range-- Ml,. ; TM , TB ORD 149 M4 TM TM M5, " ; TM 9-255l! QUALTY CHECK, Bleaching Material, De contamination. Procedure for Theater ot. Operations TB CW S3 QUARTERMASTER: Base Depot Company..,..TM' Fumigation and bath Company. TM Laundry, Fixed Procedure...TM Operations FM 10-5 Petroleum Products Laboratory TB QM 16 Service- Company.., TM Theater of Operation.,.FM Supplies and EqUipment, Demolition TB QM 21 Technical Bulletins ','.'.TB QM 1 RACKS, Transit, Field. '.','.' '.',' TB RADAR: Antijammins...TM , TM TB SG 16 Electronic, Fundamentals...TM TM LAB Equipment Ground. "....TB SG 132 Precautions, Gasoline _. _.' TB SG 63 Set. AN/TPX-:l TM Spotting, AA Guns.. TC 34, 1944 System, Fundamentals TM RADATOR, Repairs,,TM RADO: Aircraft Shop Practiee. TM Basic. Propagation Predictions- December TB January 1945.TB Febru..ry, 194& TB S March, 1945,.TB April, 1945, TB Communication '.FM 24-1il AGF...,.,.FM 24-6 Censorship, TC 15, i94s Channels, TB SG 81 Equipment- German TM El1-22'T Signal, TM Field Artillery.. TM-235 Frequencies, Station, TC 6, 1943 n the Clear,TC 72,1942 Jamminjr TB SG /; Jungle TB SG 4 Relay System,,.TB SG 78 Security.....TC 71, 1943, TB SG 2 talian Reports, TO 49, 1942 Traffic Classification TB SG 62 Control Central, AN/TRQ-l...TM Direction Finders, Test and Calibration for Site and nstrumental Errors...._."...,TB SG 118 Equipment- Aircraft rr.-. :.:. :.:_: 0... TM Car- Armored, Light, MS. TM Half Track, M2 TM Carriage, Motor, Multiple Gun- MS and MH TM M15.., TM M16 and M19 TM notallation- Armored Utility Car M20..TM C..rrier, Personnel, Half-Track, M3..., TM Light Tanks M5 and M5A1.,....TM RC-00-B, Preliminary TM l1-llllb

132 UDO: (Continued) Equipment- (Continued) RC-127-A-" Preventive Maintenance. TM Technical Operation TM Weather Protection.TB SG 105 RC-145-A- Operation in High-Density Areas TB SG 119 Preventive Maintenance TM Technical Operation.. TM 11-13'l RC-148, RC-148-B and HC-148-C.. TM TM TM , TB SG 59 HC-150-B. HC-150-C. RC-150-D, RC 151-A and HC-151-D.T,M , TM TM RC-182-A and RC-282-A.TM , , TM , TB SG 119 RC-184 Operation n High-Density Areas...TB SG 119 Preventive Maintenance......,...,... TM Technical Operation Manual TM Weather Protection.,.TB SrG 105 RC-188-A., TM RC-192-A-(C).TM , TB RC-207-A,.,.,. TM RC-215-A Pre\'entive Maintenance.....TM TB , TB SG 93 Service Manual...TM RC TM RC-282-A..TM , TM , TB srg 119 &C-350 and RC TM , TM , , TB , TB SrG 93 Tank- Lill'ht M3 TM M3A3 : TM ' T9El. TM Medium M3 TM M4 TM Recovery Vehicle, T2. TM Truck *-ton. 4 x 4, Amphibian.....TM , ' "--ton, 4 x 4, qarryall.... TM "" -ton, 6 x 6, Cargo. TM Fundamentals TM Jamming '.TB SG 5, TC 58, 1M2; TC 197, 1942 Modulator, BC-423-B TM Noises, Suppression TM Operator ' TM AGF..FM 24-6 Portable, Broadcast Transmitter, TWT PB-50A TM Procedure, Jt.. Army-Navy...TC 2, 12, 1941 Propagation, Handbook (Preliminary) '", '.'," TM Receivers BC-312 Series ':'C".n.TM , TB BC-312-N, BC-312-NX, BC-314-G, BC-344-G.,TM , TB N, TB , TB BC-342-N...TB BC-652-A c.:...r.tb RADO: (Continued, Receivers-(Continued) BC-654-A TB BC-779-A, B......TB BC-'179-B, BC-794-B. and BC-1004-C " TM TM.t1-8&6-1 BC-787-B..... TM BC-794-A, B.TB BC-969-A _ TM BC-1004-A, B, C, D...TB German, Kw Ea. TB SG E14 Spez. 445 b Bs TB SG E4 Transmitter. C-34/FRC-l., TM Sets AN- FRC-l..... TM MPM-1,... TM , , MRC l TM PRC-5.. TM TPS-1A......TM A, TB A-1, TB A-1. TB A-2. TB A-3, TB A-4, TB A-5, TB SG 117 TPS-l (C) TM , TB SG 117 TPS-2.. TM , TM il-1489, TM TB , TB SG 108, TB , TB , TB SrG 95 TPS-3.TM , TM , , TB , TB t , TB SG 77, TB SG 117 TRC-1 and la...tm TRC-~., T!: , TB SG 151 TRC-4 and 4A.TM VRC-l....TM German, Power Supplies.. TB SG E 20 Japanese, 97 Light Wireless, TB SlG E 18, TB SG E 19 SCR 131 and TM and 156-C.TM T6 TM TM B.. TM , TB , TB and 179,TM A..TM , TB 11-23l A, B, C, D and E TM , TB SG!l D, E, G, H. J. K, KB, KW., M, P, Q, R. S, and T TB G n Car, Half-Track, MZ... TM J n Truck, "--Ton, 4 x TM L n Truck. * -Ton, 4 x 4..., TM Q TB SlG and 195 TM B Through F.TM C, D and F....TM TM F., TM F 210 A Through G. TM A, B, and C. TC 4, A Through P..TM AB n T rue k. 14,-Ton,, 4 x 4...TM ' P n Car, Half-Track, M2... TM T n Truck, %-Ton, 4 x 4... TM UDO: (Continued) s.t_(continu.d) SCB-(Coa.inue4U J\ili,.. ' TM !leri FM TM , TM TB SG TB Sa 811. TB Sa 41, TB SG 49, TB SG 53, TB SG 88, TB SG82, TC 106,194' 288. B and C.TM 11-li06, TB , TB , TB , TB SG 40. TB SGd 268-B TB SG 89, TB SrG 6i 268-C TM TB , TB SG 4' 278 Series,.. TM , TM , TB , TB TB SG 86. TB SG 106, TB SG ( ) TB (0)..TBSG180.TBSG B. TM B, C, D, E, BA. CA. and A. TM , ' no DB, CB, DA., and EA. "-.,.TM , TM , TB TB SG 67 TB SG D TM D 270-DA TB SG 6' ( ) TB 11-li (0) '.'"','".TB SG 180. TB SG Series. TM , TB SG 86, TB SG 106. TB TM TB , TB BG , A. BA, D. E, F, G, H, J. K L, LA, l....tm AC, DA, and BB..TBSG 271-AAB, AC, BB, DA, EA, FA, GA, HA, JA. KA, LA and 1lA.. Tl , TM D TM n Car, Half-Track, 1l2.... Til Truck, ""-Ton, 4 x 4... TM '7 184-A TM , TB TB , TB TB TM , TB A (Direction Finding)... TM , TB ; TM A..FM 4-95, TM A TM , TM Til TB A-1. TB , TB ~1. TB , TB Serle..... TM TB , TB A TM B 299-B :.:, TM B 29~-C TC A.. ' TM TB A and 499-A...TM , TB , TB A TM A, TB B.,.TK B, TB A TM Sert TB Sa 21, TB SG '70, TB 11-&10-1 :r. Car. Half-Track. ll,. : _. e._._ _. Tl l \ ~. \, iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~~~~~~~~"~ i

133 aado: (Colltlnued) ht_c<>ntinulld) C&-C<>ntinued) n Car. Light.Armore<l, Ml... TM n Carrler, Personn..l. Hall~ Track M50r M5Al...TM n Truek, '" -Ton, 4 x TMU-2707 n Truek. %. -Ton, 4 x ''M A..,...TM 11-63"0 TB , TB Series...,... TM TB 11-60D-2.TB SG 70 TC n Car- Half-Track, ,..... '" 1'M Light Armored, MS TM n Carrl..r, Personnel. Halt-' Track M5 or M5Al.. TM n Tank- Medium, M8 TM Medium. M4 TM n Truek 'A-Ton,4%4.TM %_Ton,4%4. ''M A.... TBl DS-A. Band C...TB SG 82 50S-C TB 11-6DD D.,...TB 11-60D A, TM TB 11-6D5-1, TB TB SG 115 G1D 8erles : 1'M TB TB SG 7D TC n Carriage, Multiple Gun, Ml;; TM 11o-27DS n Car Half.Traek, M TM Light Armored, MS..... TM n Carrlsr, Personnel. Half Traek M5 or M5A TM n Tank. Licht, T9El TM True k %.Ton. 4:0;4.TM 'Y Ton,4x4.TM D 2 'f2 Ton. 6d TM ' lild-a...tm , TB 11-6ll5-1. TB 11-6D5-2, TB TBSG B.., TB SG 45 TB :1. TB 11_605-2,... TB 11"':805':4 11-A and B TM TB SG &-C to E...,.TM TM TM 'B A.., TM , TM TM TM TB , TB TB , TB TB , TB TB , TB TB TB TM , TB TB , TB , TB SG Sed.. TM TB TB TB 8G 70 TC a CAr. Hall-Track. \U~...~... Tlll-1"'l BADO: (Contnued) Seta-- C<>ntinued) sc&-(continuedl n Oarri..._ Gun Motor MS to 17..TM Personnel, Half-Track M5 <>r M5Al..TM 'ank- Medium, M8 TM Medium, M4 TM n ''ruck ",.Ton. 4x4 TM /. -Ton. h4.tm n Vehicle. Tank Recovery. 1'2 TM A, Band C TB SG '2 TM Series TM TB TB TB , TB TB TB Serles.....TM n Car, Light Armored. M8... TM n ''ank- Medium, M3 TM Medium. M4 TM n Vehicle, Tank Recovery, 1'2, ''M n TB U3-A....TB FM 4-146, TB , TC U5-A...TM TM _ TB , TB , TB TB SG 34. TBSG A and B TM lh-a TM '51-B....TM A TM A TM lib ,..fm 4-98 A and T6...TM TM C TMl '6 TM is FM ''M 'M , TB (-1 i TB , TB , TB TB TB '1'B TB TB , ''B , TB , TB TB 'B TB SG 114 TC A and B. TB TB ,TB i88...tm TM TB , TP , TB TB TM B TM its, Car, Half Track. M2..,...,..,.' TM il3-a, TM 11-S59, TB '02 A TM , TM TB , TB , TB TB SG 117 A and 1' TM TM , TB TB '6, TM TM TB , TB , TB il , TB TB , TB SG lo/l.J)O: (Continued) Sets-(Continued) sc&-(continued) 1'8 (AN/TPS-8)...TB SG as 118 Seriel TB SG 70, TO 105, 1941 n Car- Half.Track, M 'M Light Armored. M TM n Carrier, Perlonnel, Half Track M5 or M5A1....TM n Truck, 'l<,.ton, 4 x TM A TM A and B. TB SG 82 &09 A..,1'M , ''M A TB , TB , TB A and B TB SG 115 no Series TB SG 70, TC n Car- Half.Track, M TM Light Armored, M ,...,. TM 11~27011 n Carrier, Personnel. Half Track M5 Dr M5A TM ,4 -Ton. 4 x 4 TM %.Ton, 4 x 4 TM ' Ton, 6,,6 TM n Vehicle, Tank Recovery, 1'2 TM Truck 110 A. ' TM 11'-615. TM A TB , ''B ''B TB SG 45 A and B...TB , TB SG A TM U TM TB A TM '1'-1 ''B TM A..1'M , TM , ''M '0. TB , TB US Series ''B SG 70 n Car- Half.Track. M TM Light Armored, M8....,..,.., TM Carrier, Personnel, Half Track M5 or M5Al TM n Truck. 'l<, Ton, 4 x 4... TM A TM A and B.TB SG 82 &S6-A.,TM , ''M , TM a U2-A.. F:M TM , TM ''B SG 87. TB SG A W TM 1l-23D C.,'TM 11-2S00, TB SG 151 '114 A W. " ''M A:R-18S, AG-18S, AH-S8, AJ 188, AK-188, AL AL 28S. AN-SS. AN-283 TM 1i-200 German- FeJdfu, and Fuaprech. a SE 4.69 A. TB SG Ell! TB SrG E7 TB SrG Ell

134 RADO: (Continued) Germrn-(Continued). Torn.-.. Fu. bl fnd f....tb SG El Fu. D2.. TB SG E2 F'u. 1l TBSGE6 E b....tb SG E3 Ground, Diagrams.... TM Jamming TB SG 54 Japanese TB SG E17 Vehicular TB SG 33. TBSG 143 SuppreR8ion TB Targets. Airplane TM Tower TR-48 TB 1l l' TR-48 and TR TB Guyed. 73' 7"......TM Transmitters BC-191 Series TM TB BC-191-N TM N BC36'\F TM1l828 BC-447-F' TM BC 677 TM A TM German":"" 10 W.S.c and H....TB SG E5 20 W.S.c and D.....TB SG E8 30 W.S. a TB SG Ell 80 W.S. a TR SG E0 100 W.S TB SG E9 Portahie. Lifeboat. Model ET ' T'\11830 Telegraph, Telephone, SST ,, TM Wi]cox 96C and 96C3 TM A and B.. TM Transmitter-Receiver, Type 1 iio;') (250 Watts and Associated Equipment TM Transmitting Set. AN/CRN-ll TM RADOSONDES: Repair TB Receptor, ANF'MQ-l, Tropicalization ".... TB RADOTELEGRAPH: Procedure, U. S -Bdtish FM Signals, Combined- Air Extract FM Army Extract FM Signals, Visual.....FM RADOTELEPHONE: Air Forces TM C~1l Words TB SG.511' F,ghter FM 1-46 Procedure.....TM 1-460, TC 48,1944 U.S.-British F'\ 24-9 RAFTNG...TB ENG 46 RAFTS: Stream Crossing TB ENG 31 To support he:l\'y t:mk T26El.. TB ENG 52 RAL, TRANSPORTATON, Zone of the.nterior TM RALHEAD, Company, Quartermaster Handbook.. TM TB , TB RALWAY BRDGES: (See Bridges) RALWAY SERVCE: Maintenance of Way Rules...TM Transportation Rules......TM RALWAYS (See Also Locomotives) Arlillery, Equipment., FM 4-51' Cars, HospitaL..TB , TB Construction., TB Military FM Operating Battalion...FM 55-55, TM Shop Battalion FM RANGE: Stove, Ovens, and Cooking Outfits TM RANGE, FELD M TB , TC 86, 1943 RANGE FNDERS (See Finders, Ranl:e) RATONS -.'.TB MED 25 Jungle TB QM 13 READER, Army.....,. TM REA:pNG, Courses, Officers.,.. TC 25,1941 RECEVER: Beacon Transmitter, AN/PPN-iA.., "... TM A, TB A-2 ndicator, BC-1239-A TB 11-1:,70-1, TB SG 131 Mark 32 Type, JapaJ~eHe Radio Set... TB SG E 19 Mod~l AR-8;j06 B, ntermediate and High Frequency.....T!\ Radio BC312-L,M,N,NX TBll-8'\0 3 BC342-N TBl BC-6!'4-A TB 1127-' 3 Be 779 A and BC 779-B. TB , TB BC-794 A and BC 794, B TB TB BC-004-B, BC-004-C, and BC 1001 J.. oo... TB , 'TB ll-rgfi :~ BC-082-A....TB BC-082-TG.. TB AY TM RECEPTACLES: Antenn'l. Bp(lcon Tr:\T.Q.mHtl']' Rt>cpiypr AN 'PPN-A TB 11 ] 140A-2 Exce~sjYe He:lting, Cable Sy:-;tpm V TB A BECLA1l:ATON: (Continued) Governor Speed Control Lever ,. TB Grease Hose...TB Hack Saw Frames TB Half-Track, White, Autocar and.diamond T, Bogie Herks.,.. :...TB Heat ndicators TB Hub Adjustinl: Nut, Chevrolet & GMC TB dentitication Racks,..TB dler Wheel, Light Tank, D , TB Loose Bearing Race Seats. '" TB Main Bearing Saddles &. Caps, in-line en;!ines, TB a Medium Tank- Track Support Roller...TB Transmission Shifter Forks, C77568 and C7F>66 TB Metallizing Method TB Nut Assembly, GMC TB Oil Pressure Gage,... TB Oil Pump Gear TB 9r Oil Seal Assemblies, Chevrolet & GMC TB & Press Fit Shafts.....TB Recesses......TB Ring Gears, GMC 2 % -ton, Ford llh -ton. and Dodge 1'; -ton trucks TB Seals, oil and grease.,.. ; TB Shoek Abso.!'bers, Monroe TB RECEPTON CENTER: Operations.. T:V Shops TB QM RECEPTORS, Radiosonde, AN F:VQ-l, Stul'ting :\-otor Frame Brush, ChevroJet Tropic:l1i7.;{ion..,.TB 11 ~40>~ :? TH SC; 17; TB '18 RECESSES, R('cl~mation......'ll Starting Motot Rpduction Genl' Housing, RECPES, Army TM DR On Half-Track Vehicles, RECLAMATON: Mi}, M5Al, 19Al, MH, and M7... ; Ail'craft, High Tp'nsion 'Vi 'e TB n 2S " TB Amr{let(~rs, D.C. TB~) 2:-\30-3;"). Steam Release Tube, GMC TB Autocal'. Diamond T and \Vhite H~llf Stepl'ing Gf'ar3 }lnd Shafts, Chevrolet, Track Upper BOR1P. Roller, C~601 O. Dodge. Ford. GMC and Willys Trucks TB , TB Axle, Dodg'e l~-ton truck.,.,.tr: ~S:~O--14 Steering- Knuckle.,>, Trucks, Foi'd, Model Axle Hou~ing' Timken" TB 9-28~ 0-76 GPW, and' Willys, MB, \i-ton. B'ltteries. StOl {lge 1'8 9-2~:30-'ja TB Battery Cables"..... TB 9-28:~O 22 Beal'lngs- Tank Float Units Tank Track.Wedge Bolt. TB TB Ball & Roller TB Bearings- Tank Track Support Roller..TB Tank Wedge Bolt with damaged thread Clutch Release TB 9-28:10 72 or swelled end TB Race Seats TB 9-2K30-44 Temperature gage TB Bogie Hubs. Half-Track Tll ,18' Thprmoelectrie Type Oil Pressure Gage.. Brake Cam Sh!lft,Air B,'akes TB!J--2:-<' TB CU~ssjfi('ation RHCk~ TB Thermostats.., TB Clutch Asspmblies on Medium Tanks... Turret Lock Bolts, Medium Tank TB \ ~830~'\2 '" TB Clutch Relen'e Bearings.. i..tb Uns'erviceable Shafts Having Keyways.. Connector. GMC. E \1 :~~:W ;) TB Crankcase. F'ont Cover B-15496, RC\dial,Voltmeters, Thermoelectric type D.C... Continental Engine R975-Cl TB TB 9-~ Crank8haft, n-line Engine.. TB Water Pump... _....,..TB Water Pump Shaft Bearings.. TB Crankshaft Pulley, Dodge...TB \-28:;O-:n Wheel Hubs TB Cylinder Heads......TB , TB Distributor Points.. ;.. TB 9-28:l0-1i> Worn Bronze Bushings.. TB Drums, Brake ;.:.. TB Aircraft FM 21-80, FM 30-3ll, Engine Cranbhafts, Radial, R-97'\... TC 131, 1943 TB Journal of Recognition TC 131, 1943 Engine Cylinder Blocks TB Ships...FM 21-80, TC 131, 1943 Engine exhaust elbows, R-975 TB Fan Belts TB Firing Pin....TB FEl Flying Ring Gears...TB Flywheel Housings....., TB Gage, Oil Pressure, Thermoelectric Type.... TB Vehicles, Armored... FM 21-80, FM 30-40, TC 131, 1943 RECOL: Mechanisms, Coast Artillery Materiel.....TB ORD 120 Fluid, Glycerin-Water..TB Oil... : TC72,194S Gear' Shift Shafts,. M3 & M4 Medium RECOL FLUD. GUDES: ' 'Tanks TB Antiaircraft and Field Artillery, (37-mm Glass, Windshield TB to 75-mm inclusive, a-in. to 240-mm Glove Compartme.n.t, GMC & Chevrolet.. inelusive) LQ TB Seacoast Artillery., LO 59 \ i ~ \ \ t L ~ ~-""---~-----~----=

135 .ECOL MECHANSMS, Jfydropneumatl".....,...TB ORD 212 ltecol SYSTEMS: Lubrication..TB ORD 129, TB ORD 138, TB 'RECONDTONNG: Neuropsychiatric.... " '"... \.... TB MED 80 RECONNASSANCE (See also Air Reconnaissance) Air FM 1-'20 Troops (See Troops) RECORDERS BC TB Facsimile, RC-2/G XR...,.TM Portable..TM , TB Morbidity and Mortality, (Sick and Wounded). FM 8-45 RECORDS: Morbidity and Mortality.,.FM 8-45 Service, Check List (WD, AGO. Form No. 2() Supplement (Tentative)......TM TB ORD 212 Sick and wounded FM 8-45 RECORDS AND FORMS, Military Police TM RECTFERS: Umtron. Allen E-2 TM RA-34-F and RA-34-G TM G. TB G-1, TB SG 71 RA-34-H.., TM TB SG 71, TB RA-36-J-;K-L......,. TM RA-36-K, RA-.36-Q and 6RB6B TM 11-9:i1Q RA-36-N,.... TM N RA TM ,RA-38 TBS?42 RA-43-B...TM 11954, T~.11-9"4-~ RA-63B 1M 11 96_ RA-67A. ",..TB RA-83-A,....TM RA ,.. TM RA-91 TM RECTFER UNT; Wilcox Type 36A...,......TMl1-803 REDUCER; nterference. BC-736-B......TM , TM A REEL: Assembly, RL-06/V...TM , TB Equipment, CE 11.TM , TM REFERENCE DATA: Air Forces.....FM 1-55 Artillery, Field FM Engineers.....FM 5-35 :Medical Corps '.'.FM 8-55 Signal CorPs,.TM REFRGERATON, TM Unit P>:>rtahle. 125 Cubic Feet. TM REFRGERATON COMPANY..,.TM , TB TB REFRGERATON EQUPMENT: Automatic Control, Gasoline Engine Driven U. S. Thermo-Control, OCE 391l-FLG~A.,.TM , :'B Baker ce Machine Co.... TM Condensing Unit (5 H.P.), E-200, Huseman.Ligonier Co......TM Cooler, Knockdown Type. Sectional, Grand Rapids Cabinet Co.... TM Warehouse 10 X 52' Huseman-Lilfonier. TM REFRGERATON EQUPMENT: (Contnued) Warehouse-(Continued) 20 x 100' Huseman-Ligonier TM , TM 'Ph H. P., Huseman-Ligonier Co Carrier Corporation....TM Carrier, OCE-300-FLE-A, with Wagner Motor, Type RP TM Condensing" Unit E-500, Huseman- Ligonier Co TM TM A 'REFRGERATON WAREHOUSE: Prefabricated Huseman-Ligonier. No. 1.,TM Viking, U. S. Standard, No.2,... TB , TelegTaph, D. C. Regenerative United Refrigerator, 620-cu. ft.". Telephone..,..,.....,.., EE-89 A,TM TM ' Kock Butchers. U. S. ~tandard No.2 EE-99-A.....TB SG ,,, : REPELLENTS, nsect.tb MED 121 U. ~. Standard No.2, United Refngerator '1. REFRGERATOR: Field, Portable.....TM Kerosene, N 1942, Servel, nc...tm Mess Hall. Domestic, Reach-n and Walk-n..,, TB ENG 38 pow:r, Unit, PP34-.MSM... TM REFUSE DSPOSAL, Sanitary Fun Method.. TrOJan, Battery, El'minator, ,.,......TB ENG 1.. :, TM , TM ' REGSTRATON. Graves TM Power, Collapsible. CR Unit, RL-26 and RL-26-A Unit, RL-31...TM , TB , TB REGULATONS: Cavalry Drill- Horse...,.. FM 2-5 Mechanized,FM 2-7 Field Service-.. Administration..FM Air Power FM Larger Units.....FM Operations FM 100 nfantry D"in FM 22'; TB9161R-l REGULATORS: Voltage, M1 RENFORCEMENTS: Weakened Trail Spades TB 9-1:J25 FE1 RELAY, Unit, BE-84.A 9 (Teletype Trunk)....,,.., TM RELEASE: From Active Duty, Enlisted Personnel TM 12 no REMOTE CONTROL: EQuipment REPLAC~cMENTS: Low Pressure (80 lb.) Universal Joint Relief Valves with High Pressure (1"00 lb.) Relief Valves and Availability of Thin Stem Lubricating Adapt"".....TB ORD 218 Ribbon Reverse Mechanism..TB REPRODUCNG, Equipment, MC-365-A, MC 364-B and MC-364-C, REQUREMENTS: Electrical. X-Ray Apparatus..TB MED 11 '7 Primers and Demolition Charges,, TB ORD.214 Suhgrade and BaRe Course, for Airplane landing mats of steel and wood... TB RESPRATORY DEPRESSON: Treatment,., TB MED 131 R':SPO:--1DER-BEACON. AN/PPN-l. TM TB11-1HO-l RFfANER, n Tran'fer Ca.e nner Bearing, ConHrsio 2 \" -ton truck, GMC... TB RETR1Dl ENT: Personoel. enlisted REVEWS, Air Forces....FM -60 REVOLVERS. Colt. Caliber,.45 M1917 and Revolver. Smitb and Wesson. Caliber.45, \1l917 FM23-36.TB AN/TRA_2 TM TB TM RC-47-A. RC-47B. RC 47C. RC- RHEUM ATC FEVER.. TB MED 97 47D and RC.47.G TM RHEOSTATS. RS 2:'6 TB TB RFLE:, System, M15..TM B, ackets. Universal, Mounting, Ordnance Unit- Vehicles.....,.TB ORD 168 RM-10-F.,..TM Company, nfantry Regiment..,.. FM 'B SG 138 RM-29--( ),.. TM 11 ~08 TM , i REMOUNT TM TB Breeding Service, Operations..TM REPARS, (S.., Also nance, Preventive) Maintenance; Main!e- REPARS: (Continued) Subdepots. QM, Operation..TB QM 21 Typewriters TB QM REPATRATES: (See ntelligence, Military).... ~, FM REPEATERS: Four Wire. Cable Facilities... TB SG 128 Set- GF -3-A (Carrier) , TB SG 128 CF-5....TM TC-18 (Terminal)., TM TB TC-19 (ntermediate).,.tm Marksmanship. Sighting device TC 31, 75, 1945 Regiment FM 7-40 Regiment, HeavY, Weapons Company... FM 7-15 Bags, Sleeping....TB QM 23 Bags, Sleeping, M19H,TB QM 8 RFLES: All Types TM Clothing TB QM 22 U. S. Cal..22 TM Equipage. QM TB QM 22 U. S. Cal TB Flashlight......TB SG 15 M1.FM 23-5, TM , TB , Gasoline Containers in Theaters of Operations TB , TC , FM 23-10, , TB QM 34 TB ORD 36, TB ORD 207, Haversacks, M10. M28 TB QM 23 Helmets, Steel, M TB QM 8, TB QM 23 TB M 1903A4 (Snipers l. Characteristics nstructions TM and Operation; and Use of Telesco!,ic nstrument.,, TM Sight..TM 9-270, TM Limited Dynamotor...,TB SG 134 M FM 23-6 Mine Cable. Submarine TM M1918A2 FM Office Appliances....'......TB QM 8 RGS: Pile Driving, Wood Construction, Air QM Equipment. Maio' Unit Assemblies. or Steam operated, Skid_mounted, 66-ft. i,....., TB QM 21 leads. 8-in. channel width, 20'h- n. face Ship, Engineer Port.... TM Radiator.....,.TM to face. Giardino M. G104, G107, G ,....,TM Radiosonde, ~. TB ,RNGS. Separator TB SG 138 Shoe TB QM 23[ RVETER. 1~. Light Weight. Size AVC-13 Stencil Duplicatora,.TB QM 24 Form 2648A, ngersoll-rand. TM ~ ~

136 ito;.v:>, Snow and ce, Expedient...TB ENG 42 ROCKET LAUNCHERS: 4.S-nch (Aircraft) M TM M14 TM M15... TM 9-"15 ROCKET, PREFECTOR. Ml. TM9-390 ROCKET TARGET. M2, nstructions for Use r by Antiaircraft Units......TM t ROCKETS: ROOTER: LeTourneau, S3.TM LeTourneau, Heavy. Duty, S-5.. TM Road. Cable-Operated, 3-Tooth, LeTour neau- Model B TM Model H3 ootm Model K TM G-36.TM Road. Lever-Operated. 3-Tooth. Austin- Reed-Prentice, Tlmberholr nch. AT. HE.... FM Western, Rip-Rooter, TM Klekhaefer Mercury En!' 4.5-nch, H.E., M8....,. TM TB rine, KB6A. Tlo! Pneumatic, 24-in. Blade [ 'M 9-39;'. 'B ORD 121 RUBBER TREADS: (See Treads, Rubber) RODS: Disston, P-7., TM r RULES: Reed-Prentice. Timberhog Blast-Driven Earth. Set No 1.. TB ENG ;'4 Fiank Spotting, M1..TM Tlo! ~-4000! Connecting, dentification. C~rriers. Cargo, Land Warfare FM M28. M29 and M29C TB ORD 201 Clrcular RUSTPROOFNG, Engines TB SG 23 ROENTGENOGRAPHY: B-12. ngersoll Rand Tlo! Exposures..... TB MED 62 RYUKYU SLANDS. Medical and S,mitary Portable- Military....TM 8-27;' Data TB MED 108 Motor-Driven, 220-Volt, 60-Cycle, Technicians...TM SABOTAGE...,..TM AC- ROLLERS: SACK, Gas Resistant, Ml,. TC 63, in. Blade, Skllsaw, 0. All Types. Technical Data...TB 'TM SADDLER, TM Ton. with Buda HP 260 Gasoline.Pneumatic, 12 in. Blade SADDLES, Main Bearing,.For nline Engines. Engine. Huber Mfg. Co... ''M ;'-1266 ngersoll-rand, B-12 Reclamation 'B Cadet. D-3700 and up. Austin..TM ,... TM Half-Track Upper Bogie, White. SAFETY: Kall. P-120A TM " TB Flying......TC Skilsaw, 2127 TM 6-"004 Littleford, C TM Precautions, Water... FM Direct-Drive Motor, Band, 32-in., 440, Road SALVAGE: Crescent Machine Co... ;...TM Z BUffalo-Springfield, TX-21. TM Collecting Company......TB Hack- Die.el Repair Company. TM , TB Metal 17-in., Peerles. Machine.. 6-Ton, 3 Wheel, Huber Theater of Operations. Qr.!:,..,. TM : TM 5~ "...TB TB Motor-Driven, 220-Volt, 60 Cycle, 8-12-Ton, Variable Weight, 20ne of nterior..... TM AC "TandE"m". Galion ron Works 6 x 5-in., Louisville Electric,. '" TM SANDBLASTERS < TB ENG 35 Model Pioneer... TM 5-40li4 Gasoline- SAND-FLY FEVER,. TB MED 82 9 x 9-in. Peerless,..TM 5-: Wheel, 10-ton. Calion Chief, Serial No. W and W SANTATON: Heavy Duty Band, 20-in., 72B...American TM , Field., FM 8-45 Saw Mill Machinery....TM Wheel. 10-ton. Serial Nos. H Fill Method of Di",posillg of Garbage anu Mill Band, 3D-in., Yates-American Machinpry......TM H-1470, nclusive, Huber Refuse..,'.,,.. TB ENG 1 Mfg. Co.. ;...TM Military FM Motor- TB Airborne, Cushman TM, SAWMLLS, Tandem- Side Car, 39, Package Delivery, Airborne,. 'J:M American Sawmill. 72B, PU. 2-Axle. 2 t6 2%-ton, (Ferguson 151)... TM ,..... TA Circular, ~C, Corinth Machinery. SCOOTERS: Motor. 2-Wheel...TB " TM 5-,9234 SCOUT CARS. M3A1, Axle, 5 to 8-ton, Buffalo Portable, Gasoline, 40 x 7oft. Corinth, C SCOUTNG...,. FM Springfield. KT " " TM " '" TM SCRAPERS: Tilted~Type, S-Axle. 9.to 14-ton. Buffalo-Springfield. KX-16. Portable, Gasoline, Skid.. All Type., Technical Data...,TR Mounted, 16-in. Blade- Carrimore, CW-10 LaPlant-Choate..... TM Beach, ''M , TB TM Road. Towed-Type- Construction Machine, Power Sawyer, Carryall and Drag with Hydraulic Brake K, US , Serial No S2 to with W,isconsin VE~41 En.. C TournapuU; Power Control Unit S33 No S1, (Littleford)... gine ''M R. T. FTD7 and N Series Units, Le '"... TM Construction Machine. Power Saw.. Tourneau......TM Sheepsfoot. -Drum, with Removable yer, with Wisconsin AG-4 Engine Haulinll'-Slu er-mclean Scraper. Feet, Adams, 10-S TM TM ,......,.,... TM TB SAWS: Power Drag. Slackline, Cableway, Excavation. Sheepsfoot. 1 Drum with Removable All,Types, Technical Data...TB , Sauerman Bros. TM Feet, LeTourneau, Model W -, 2 TB Road- Drums in Line, W...2. and 3.Drums Band- Drag-Type, Rotary-' n Line. ;V TM Oliver Machinery, 192-D...TM cu. ft., Adam., 152. TM Smooth Drum Metal-Cutting. Motor-Driven, cu. ft., Adam., TM 5-109S 1 to 3-ton, with Water Tank, Volt. 60-Cycle,.Phase, AC, 32 Motorized. Cable-Operated, 12-cu.yd. Cocoa Mat and Scraper, Littleford, in., C~eseent. 440 TM LeTourneau, Super C Tournapull US TM Wood Cutting and Metal Cutting. with LP Carryall.TM ton, Water Load Littleford. 14-in., 881, Delta Mfll'. Co.... TB 6-i202-1 CS TM ~.. TM Towed-Type. Cable-Operated Wheeled, Rubber-Tired, 13 Bench- 3lh-Cu. Yd. Tire.. William Bros., 67 -W.. Oliver Machinery Type. LeTourneau, X...TM , TM TM TM TB , TB D TM LeTourneau, Model D Snow, Blaw-Knox.....TM Chain-... TM 5-120S Support. Medium Tank Track..... Flexible Shaft, 24, Mall Tool Co. 8-cu. yd., Type, l, LeTourneau TB TM , M..., Till Traek Support, Medium Tank.... Piston Type, 24-in., 2T24, Re,ed- 8-cu. yd., Type l. LeTourneau, ; "-'.,,.TB Prentice TM LS Tllli-1210.TB SAWS: (Continued) Chain-(Continued) Portable- Gasoline, 36-ln, Blade- D ton G-0.TM TB

137 (!.,.APEltS: (Oontlnued), Boad-(Continued) Towed-Type, etc.-(continued) 12-cu. yd., ''ype V, LeTourneau, LP o' 0 TM i TB Towed.Type, Hydraulic-Operated 1'h.ch. yd., LaPlant Choate. CAB o' TM 5-il90. TB LO 109~ Tournapull- LeTourneau C16 0 TM TC PCU 0 ''M SCREWS. Cylinder Head Cap.. TB TB FE1, TB OnD 228 SCRUB TYPHUS FEVER... TB MED 81 SCRUBBERS AND WASHERS: All Types, Technical Data...TB Paddle-Type, Gasoline, Trailer-Mounted, i'steel Wheels TPH, (Log Washer) (For Crushing, Screening and Washing Plant, Gasoline, Pioneer).. 0 " '" LO 1105 SEALNG. Ordnance Materiel..TM SEALS: Oil. Front Axle Shaft TB ORD 216 'Oil and Grease. Reclamation TB Grease TB Shell Clamp.., o TB ORD FE 8 SEARCHLGHTS: Antiaircraft.....TC AAAS:EmpJoyment " ' FM Portable. Power Plant, 60-nch, 1942A.....TM , TM Service 0 FM SEACOAST ARTLLERY (See Artillery. Seac'-st) 60-nch- General Electric 1941.' 0.TM and 1941A.TM TM , 11M1, 1941A, A 0 o. TM , TM ''M TM TB , TB ENG 22 Sperry , 1941A. 1942, 1942A.0....TB SEARCHLGHT & CONTROL SYSTEM, 60 nch, Antiaircraft Searchlight, Mobile and Portable, Sperry-Gyroscope. TM SEARCHLGHT EQUPMENT: 60-nch Antiaircraft Sperry Gyroscope TM TM TM A, otm , TM nch M-1 Control Station & Power Plant. (Airborne) 1944, Sperry Gyroscope Co..... :...''M SEARCHLGHT POWER PLANT. 60 nch Antiaircraft. Searchlight Equipment, 1987 Sperry TM SEATS. Race. Loose Bearing. Reclamation. 0,' TB SECURTY: (See also ntelligence. Military) Communication TM Radio. talian Reports..., 0 TC 49, 1942 SEDAN, 5-Passenger. Plymouth. TM SEMTRALER: Gentry, Built for U. Soo TM Ton Payload- 8-Ton. Gro.s. 2 wheel (2 dt) (1516)...TM SEMTRALER: (Continued) 6-Ton Gras.. Van Type, Model 2SF (Truck Engineering) TM Ton Payload- Animal & Cargo (Trailer TD-32-C) 0... otm Black Diamond.TM 9-88'6A 7-Ton Payload- Cargo. Carter C ''M Ton Gross- 2-Wheel (Gersterslager 1 shoe repair Van).....TM Fruehauf. Ponton... '1' LO 1055 Trailer Co. Ponton TM LO Ton Payload- 14-Ton Gross, 2 wheel Stake and Platform TM Ton Refrfgerated GMC-1043, Thermo.King.. TM SR-120 TM Watson T-42 TM l1 Ton Payload 2-wheel Van (Reliance)... '1' Ton. 2-wheel (2 do Van (F16)....TM 9-894, TM FruehaUf. 220-S 0 TM Ton- 12%-Ton- Fruehauf FFLT-225.TM Ton- Fruehauf. CPT TM 5-1/034 John Flat Bed. LKD ''M 'LaCrosse, DF TB Low Bed.., 0 :' ''M ~ 40 T,on. M15.TB FEl Acetylen~ Charging Plant, FF428DF... " 0" 0 TM Mounted Mobile Sterilization-Bath Unit. for Model MSB., QMC TM Special Drop Frame. 25-Ton Ponton- Electric Wheel TM LO 1051 Fruehauf TM , LO 1051 Trailer Co TM SEPARATON CENTERS: Operations. 0 ' TM SEROLOGCAL: Water Baths ".TM SERVCE: Aircraft Warning..FM Medical, Field Units..FM 8-10 Ordnance n Field 0 FM 9-5 Supply and Field.. 0 o'.fm 3-15 Trunk Line Messenger..."...TM SERVCE-CARS,. Harley-Davidson. TM SERVCE CF!NTER, Air....~.FM 1-195,SERVCE RECORDS 0 TM SETS: Control. Equipment, M. Automatic Gun, AA. M ''M Teletypewriter Subscriber...''M SET SCREWS. Used on Tuning Capacitor Dial Assemblies of Radio Receivers.. TB , SETTERSl Fuze- Bracket, M1916 Series otm Hand, M1912. M1913 Series 0 TM M ''M M TM MH, M15. M16. and M17 TM (For 4.7-in. AA. M1).TB '1'15 (M3)...TM 9-1&41. ''M 9~26U 0 0 otm Gross- Carter... 0 TM Fuel Tank Gallons.. 0 SETTER-RAMMER, Combination Fuze, M20. (For 90-mm. Gun Mount M2).TM B Tim!>le '1'-8. 0 TM SEX HYGENE, Training.. TC 22, 1944 Van TYPe..TM SHAFTS: 10 '6ll'on Gr6ss Chevrolet. Dodge Ford-(GPN). GMC. Highway (SKD-1850)..... and Wi\yS (MB) Trucks. Reclama. 0 o. 0" 0" 0 0 TM tion TB Press Fit and Similar tems, Reclamation TB Propellers- Bomb Service Truck. M6. TM A Half Track Vehicle....''M Tank, Light, M5, M5A. and 75. mm Howitzer Motor Carriage MB 0 0" 0" 0 TM 9~172'lO Sliding Gear Shift, Medium Tank M and M4. Reclamation...TB 'f Unserviceable. Reclamation TB ~ SHAPERS, All Types, Technical Data...TB Metal.Working, Bench-Type. Mot 0 r Driven, 110 Volt, 60 Cycle, Sinlll. Phase. AC, Atlas, 7B TM Planers. and Milling Machines..''M SHARPENERS: All Types Technical Data...TB Chain & Circular Saw, Tripod Mounted Mall Tool Company.... TM Chain Saw- Electric Disston......''M Electric Type 2. ELS with Dumore Motor TM Gasoline- Disston. G-G5. 0 '1' TB Drill-Steel, Pneumatic Driven, ngersoll. Rand. 40 TM , TM SHEET METAL WORK, Aircraft. 0.TM SHELLS: A.P. 108-lb, M FT 6-C lb- Mk. V, and Mods...FT 8-G-2 Mk. X " 0 FT 8-G-2 Mk. XX FT 8-H-1, b. M11l11.00 FT 8-E lb, 14k. XV FT 12-E lb. M909 FT 14-H-1, lb. Mk. 12. (Formerly Mk. X) " 0, FT 16-E-l C lb. M191l 0.FT lb....., oft 12-G lb ' FT 12-A lb, Mk. 1 0 FT 12-E lb......FT 12-A-4, 12-G-2 HOO-b. 14k. XV.. FT 14-B lb. Mk. X... FT 14-A D-l. 14-G lb, FT 14-H-1, lb. Mk. V... o'. FT Chemical- Mk. D.FT 3-45-A-l Mk. oft 155-D-8 Mk. la1, and Mods...FT ls5-v-2 Mk. V...FT 155-B~5 Mk. VA.FT 155-U-1 M57 FT 81-Q-2 M60.FT 105-H-8 M64 oft M10i FT FT 155-U-l L

138 0 0.TM -_:~~,=-oo,-----~j~.i ;.',,i, ~... SHELLS: (Continued) Chemic&! M106 1fT 155-V-2 M110 FT 155-Q-2 Chemicai Mortar:. 4.2-inch, M TB S3 4.2-inch, Fuze, Delay M4. TB D.P 700-lb;.FT 12-A-4, 12-G lb...FT 12-A-4, 12-G lb......FT 12-A-4, 12-G-c2 Empty, tor sandloading, 95./b, Mk. and Mk. FT 155-B-5, FT 155-D-3 0 0", 0 0 Fixed, H.E.- Mk....FT 75-AD-5, FT 75-B-4, ''D 75-B-4, 2b., TO 75-B-4, 2C, FT 75-E-3 Mk. X.TJC 3AA-K-3, 3AA-L-2 M38... TJC 105-AA-E-lc. M38A1....F T 105-J-2 M41Al oft M42A1.FT 3-R-2, FT 76~A-4, FT3-Q-1 M43A1..FT 81-B-3, 81-H-l, 81-R-1 M48.FT75-1-4, FT 75-AD-5, 75-AF-l, 75-Z-2, ''D 75-Z-2a M54 FT 37-AA-N-2 M63 FT 37-S-3 M66 : FT 7- '-4 M71 FT 90AA-B-3 M1935.,..FT 3-M-2 Fixed, practice- Mk., Sandloaded..FT 75-E-3 Mk. A....,..FT Mk. V FT 3-M-2 Mko VlAl 0" 0 0,FT 3-M-2 M48, Sandloaded..FT 75-AF-l M55A1 FT 37AA-N-2 M63. FT 37-BA-2 M92 FT 37-BJ-1 M94' FT37-C-2 Fixed, smoke, pbosphorus- Mk. H.E.- Mk. Mk. Mk. Mk. Mk. Mk. Mk. FT 75-AD-5 FT 155-D-3 A1 FT 155-V-2 FT 6-D-2 lla2 FT 6-F-2.,.''D 155-B-4a, FT 155-B-5, FT 240-B-2 Al FT 155-U FT 3-45-A-l M42A TJC 3AA-0-3 M49A2..FT 60-A-3, 60-A-4, 60-D-l, 60-D-3 M56....FT 81-C-2, 81-H":, 81-Q-2, 81-S-1 M " FT 4.5-A-1 M71 FT 90-C-8 M FT 4.7AA-C-1 M01...FT 155-S-2, 155-U-1 M02,...FT 155-V-2 'M03 FT 8-L-2 M107 FT 155-Q-2 M FT 240-C-1 T17E1...FT 155-AF-1, FT 105-P-1 90-lb, Mk. A1.....FT 6-B-3 SHELLS: (Continued) SHOVlllUll (('Olt1B~) 260 lb.- Crawler-Mounted-(Continuec!) Gasoline-(Contlnu..d) Mk. V,...FT 8-G-2 Power, Push, Trailer-Mountea,... Mk. XV, MG..FT 8-H-1 1'A1 cu. yd. Athey MobUoader Revision of 75mm and 761~1 Shell Clam~ W 4, Caterpillar Tractor D 4. Seals TB ORD FE 8,.LO lb.- Mk...FT 8-A-3, 8-D-2 Mk. A1 FT 8-K-1 M106 FT 8-J' lb, M103...FT lb.- Mk. V. ".FT 12-N-2 Mk. X FT 12-N-2 llluminating, M83A1, FT 60-G-1 Practice M48..,.-,.. FT 81-B-3 M43A1.....FT 81-B-3 MH FT 81-B-8 M50A2.FT 60-A-8, 60-A-4 Semifixed- Chemical, MGO.0 FT 105-L-,2 H.E. M1... ~.FT 10S-H-3, 105-L-2 SHOW"ER UNTS: M41A1....FT Field Portable, with Heater, 82 Shower M FT H.,ads, Wallace and Tiernan Novadel M64 FT Agene Corp., A TM M67....FT 105-H-3, 105-L-2 M67A FT 105-H-3 Field, Trailer-Mounted with Heater, 8 Shower Heads, Cleaver-Brooks EC-3.. Smoke- 66-mm, WP, '1'6 TB , TB TM SHRAPNEL F' d Mk FT 5-B ' lxe, : rom, B. E., M84...FT 105-H-3, FT 75-E-3, TJQ 8AA--3, TJC 8AA-J-8 '105-H-2 SCK AND WOUNDED: 155-mm, M116 (Conversion).TB CW 9 Records FM 8-45 M89.., TC 44, 1944 Transportation FM 8-36 M11G (colored).. TB ~SDECARS, Harley-Davidson TM ''M 10-13U Training M68..FT 81-F-2 M FT 60-C-2 Tropical, 110 by 405 ft...tb by 54 ft TB SHELTERS: Gasproof TM HO-18, HO-18A......TB Prefabricated, ~ortable...''m r;. 1 SHPMENT, Chemicals,...TM SHPS: Abandoning FM Recognition.....FM 21-80, FM SHOES: nsllectioil....''m Repairs.....TB QM 22, TB QM 23 SHOPS: \ Engineer. Motorized, Aviation Battalion- Machine, Course, Type B..TM , LO 1018, LO 1018A, ''M Welding, Course Type A.. TM 5-~'~O, ''M , ''M , LO 1028) Engineer, Motorized- Electrical Repair....TB , TM General Purpose., 0 TB 5~ SHOP PRACTCE, Aircraft Radio SHOP, Work......''M , TB SHOTGUNS: AU Types... TM 9-285, TM, TB Shooting.... ''M SHOVELS: All Types, Technical Data...TB Crawler-Mounted- Diesel,,Z-cu. yd.. Northwest, 78D TM ''M Diesel, 2-cu. Yd.. Thew Lorain TB , LO 1021, 1021A, 1021&,1021C Gasoline, %-cu. yd., Link Belt, LS40... '" ''M , LO 1006!h-cu. yd. Buda Engine, HP , 0", TM !h-cu. yd" Link-Belt, LS50... SGNS:... ''M ; LO 1006 Military FM ~-cu. yd., Buckeye, 170, with Buda Military ntelligence FM Engine,K-393 TM , SLCA GEL, nstallation TB SG 1-, TM , LO 1038, 1038A, 1038B SNUSODAL, Machine....''M GasoUne- l%.cu. yd., and 1 *-cu. yd. SNUS SKEET SHOOTNG TB MED 89 TM TB ENG 13' SKETCHNG.;....FM Power,!h-cu. yd., Cagood, Type SLEEVE, Clutch Bearing, Reclamation of 20, 200. LO 1007, 1007A Dodge and Similar Type.TB Speeder 75. Link-Belt Speeder Corp. ''M 5-145' LS 90 Link Belt Speeder..''M 5-980" SlGaTS: Carbine, Cal..30, M1 &: M1A1..TB ORD M4, M3, M2A3, M2Al, M2 (GO-mm and 81.'mm Materiel).....TM M1901 (French) ''M Machine guns, aircraft ''M Quadrant, M1917, M1917A1, M1918, and M1918A1...,... TM Rifle Grenade Launcher, M16 TB Rifles M, M1903, M1917 TC 31, 1943 Telescopic, Ml and '1'3.,.... TM SGNAL: Communication.FM 11-5, FM 24-6 Air.....FM 1-45 Air-ground, code ''M Aircraft warning ; FM Armored division...fm Armored units... FM Cavalry olivision FM Corps, Army, Theatre of 'Operations, GHQ FM Equipment Directory..TM !nfantry division......n Personnel Training TM Visual....FM 24-22, FM Corps- ntelligence..... FM 11~35 Reference Data TM Equipment- Desert Maintenance.TB SG 75 Digest, Field Reports TB SG 118 Ground. Preventive Maintenance Practic~s......TB SG 123 Lubrication......TB SG 69 Moistureproofing... TB SG 18 TB Tropical TB SG 72 Winter Maintenance.TB SGG6 Pigeon, Company......FM Troops, Training, sea voyages..tc 11,19'4 SGNAL LAMP EQUPMENT, EE-80-A: 1m provision Ground Connection tor Key J TB SGNAL MATEREL, Destruction...,' o'..tc 63, 1942, TC 16,1941!h-cu. yd., Bucyrus-Erie, 15B... SGNALNG. Procedures. Combined.... ','...TM , LO 1023,1023A FM 24-22, FM 24-2'

139 ,, J re Be BMALLAR~St Accidents....TM: Lubrication ; : TB ~2885-7, TB SMOKE POTS Hell' TC 49,1943 M:4A2.TB M: TB SMO.KE POT RACK. Floatinc. El TB SMOKE SCREENNG, Large Area....F : 3-50 SNAKE. Demolition. :M2Al TB ENG 47 SNPNG FM SOLDERNG SETS: All Types, Technical Data. TB SOLDERS: Camouftalle FM 5-20A Defenae. Unarmed. FM Engineer, Handbook FM 21-20li Firat Aid FM Medical handbook TM SOLVENTS: Dry-Cleaning :..TB , TB nduatrial.....tb MED 85 B SOUND RANGNG SET. GR-E-C...TM , TB 11-4""-1 BOUND RECORDNG. Set, AN/UNQ-1... TM' SOUTHWE~ERN SLANDS, Medicai and Sanitary Data.....TM MED 75 SPADES. Weakened Trail. R~inforcement......' '..TB 9-1l126-FEl SPECALSTS: Servic.e, Technical Observers Accompanying U. S. Army Forces in Field.,... FM SPECAL SERVCES: Company., FM Equipment,...TB 28-1 Officer TM SPECMENS, Blood.TB :MED 78 SPEEDOM!4TERS.... TM A SPNDLES, Wheel. Replacement..TB SPLCES, Expedient, Spiral-Four cable " ". TB SPLNTNG :.: :....FM 8-60 SPORTS.,,. '.'." TM SPOTTNG SETS: PH-S2-B :.: :....rm PH-32-C TB F-l PH-34-D TM D PH-32-F.TB F-l SPRAY ATTACK, Airplane, warning '..... TC SPRAYERS: All Types. Technical Data...TB Gun, Type :MBC. Devilbiss Co. TM Paint. Pneumatic, Portable- With Compressor- Gasoline Engine-Driven Wheelbar. row-type, with Two 6-Gal. Galvanized Steel Tanks and Acces loriea- Binks E-2..T:M TB Eclipse.....TM Motor-Driven, %-HP. 110-Volt. 60.Cycle, 1.Phase. with l~qt. Gun, Roche J Hose and Attachments, Binks-Roche. E-4 (Formerly k now n as SP %.EJ)......TM Without Compressor. Binks, E-A and E-B TM apmys: Outtl.t, DeVllbis. Paint., TM Stereo.cope, Military Ryker M-0, Harri. on C. Ryker TM PRAY GUNS. Type GD. DeVilbiu.TM PREADERS: All T;rpea, Technical Data TB ft. Width- SPREADERS: (Continued) Aggregate,.Towed-Type, Traction Powered!loft. Width. Good Roads, 8..TM ft; Width, Buckeye...TM Concrete, Gaaoline Engine-Driven, Form Riding '" Blaw-Knox- Model 8....T:M Model SA, with Continental Engine, PF-226. " TM , TB , LO 1088 Model SA, with Hercules Engine, QXD-5.TM Jaeger, CS-20...TM to 50 ft., Widtb. Blaw-Knox SC.....TB San d, Towed-TYlle, Traction-Powered, Good Roads, 2S.....TM SPRNG::>: Equilibrator, Mulfunction. 37-m", Anti., aircraft Guns... TB ~ront and Rear, nstallation... TB Governor, Adjusting, Replacement in Power Units, PE-198-B ahd PE-198-C..... TB SG 98 Heavier... TB ORD 204 SPROCKETS: nspection on Truck, 1;4 -Ton 4x4....TB Rear Wheel, nstallation TB SQUADRON, Cavalry Mechanized Reconnais.anCe......FM 2-30 STABLZERS TM All Types, Technical Data...TB Soil, Semi-Trailer.Mounted, with Dolly, Barber-Greene, 821 TB STAFF, and Combat Orders... FM STANDS: Drill, :Model 102 TM Power Vise, No. 422 TM STARTER, Cartridge, Breeze, for Radial Diesel Engines TM G, STATON HOSPTALS: (See Hospitals) STATON: (See, Meterological Station) STEEL, Straighteninl" TB ENG 25 lltencl DUPLCATORS, Cleaning and. Repair TB QM 24 STEREOSCOPC RANGE AND HEGHT FNDNG TM STERLZATON COMPANY, Quartermaster..., ". ". " TM STERLZER: nstrument, Small 110-Volt TM STEVEDORNG,TM STOCK CONTROL, Posts, Camps and Stations TM STORAGE: Ammunition......TC Anti-Friction Bearings.....TB ENG 11 Chemicals TM ssue : TM Use of Neoprene Meteorological Balloons TB STOVES: Gasoline......TM 8-615, TB Ranges, Ovens, Cooking Outfits.. TM STROBOSCOPE : TB SG 64 SUl:MACHNE GUNS: (See Guns) SUBMARNE MNES: (S.. Mines) SUBSTATON: nstallation TM SUBSCRBER SET, Teletypewriter, 132A2, Associated Equipment. ns.ruction Book..... : TM SULFADAZNE PROPHYLAXS, Acute Respiratory Diseases, TB :MED 112 SUMATRA: Medical and Sanitary Data......,..TB :MED 120 SUPERCHARGNG..':'...c. TM SUPPLES.: Ammunition.,,.Jl'M 9-8 Evacuation. nfantry Regiment, Service Company and Medical Detachment FM 7-30 Ground Units, By Air..FM nspection of Subsi.tence..T:M Power, German Radio Sets...TB SG E20 Surgical Tll SUPPLES AND SERVCES; Payment for TM SUPPLY PONTS. Camouflage FM 5-20C SUPPLY PROCEDURE. Army TM Station... TM SUPPLY PROGRAM, Army Preparation and Administration......T:M SUPPORTS, :M1-29-B. :ML-29-D. :MD-29 E......,..TM 11-42& SURGCAL SUPPLES; (See Supplies) SURVEYNG TM Airdromes, Earthwork..TB ENG 18 Tables..., TM SUSPENSON; Tank. Light :M3 TM 9-1'r26 T9El TM B Track, Tanks, Light, :M6 and MoAl. Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer ~......,... 'fm 9-17~7E Track. Conversion 16-inch to 20-inch TB FE2 SWEEPERS: All Types, Technical Data...TB Rotary-Broom- Tractor Mounted and Powered. One Way Sweeping, 30-in. X 6.ft, Brush, Hough :M TM Tractor-Mounted. and Powered. One Way Sweeping, 30-in. x 7-ft. Hough... T:M , TB wheel Trailer-:Mounted, Gasllline. Two-Way. Sweeping', 30.in. x 8-ft. Brush, Grace, MB-100..TM TB whcel Trailer-Mounted. Gasoline. Two-Way, Sweeping. 30.in. x 8-ft. Brush, Hough. Ty.Way. TM SWMMNG... '....FM SWTCHBOARDS: Telephone F:M BD-14 TM BD-7l. BD-72, BD-72-A and BD-72-B TM -330 BD-100,..TB BD-16-A... : TM SB-5/PT TM SB-6/GG TM SWTCH HANDLE ASSEMBLY; Van Dorn Eiectric Tool......TM SWTCHES: Range Marker.TB SYMBOLS: :Military FM Military ntelligence.fm SyNCHRONZNG TM SYNCHROllCOPES '" : TB SG 92 SYPHLS: Neurosyphilis TB MED 48 Penicillin Treatment TB MED 106 WD. :M. D. Form 78a.....TB MED 3 SYSTEMS: Cable, :Ml and M2...TM Carrier, Spiral-Four.TB ' Cooling. Engines...,.T:M A Data TransmisBion M3.., T:M M4..,.TM :M6 TM :M7 TB9-1617A-2 Electrical- Basic Half.Track Vebicles (HC)....,... _~.. TM9-1707A

140 ij nstems: (Contlnuedl Electrical-(Continued) Change, Truck, 1 %-Ton; 4x4...:....TB B-l Field, Wire,...FM Generator, Auxiliary Tanks, Light, M6, M5Al, and Carriage, Motor, 75-mm, Howitzer....TM F Hull and Tllrret, Tracks and Suspension 8...ineh Gun, Motor Carriage, M0 and M10Al.... TM L Power Plant for Basic Vehicles, ~ ton 4 x 4, and Ph -ton, 6 x 6 (Dodge),..TM 9-180SA Engine- Electrical. Tank, Light M5 and 75 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage MB TM B. Fuel TM A Fuel Tank, Light M5 and 75-mm Howitzer Motor Carriage MB TM B Exhaust. Tank, Light. M6 and Carriage. Motor 75~mm, Howitzer, M8 TM A Fuel and Lubrication Tanks, Light. M3 and M3A1 TM F Generating, Tanks, Light, M3'and Modifications....TM A Hydraulic, Airplane...TM gnition, Tank. Light, M5 and Carriage. Motor, 75-mm, Howitzer, M8 TM A Pipe Line TM Power Brake, (Bendix-Westinghouse) TM A Power Tr&in, Electrical, Carrier, Cargo T TM B Recoil, Lubrication......TB ORD 129, TB ORD 188, TB Remote Control M1 and M5.: TM M2 TM 9~ M16 A'M Searchlight and Control...TM Sighting M2 with Telescope, M7, for 37-mm, Antiaircraft Gun TM M5 and M TM Starting, Tank, Light M3 and Modifications TM A Time, 24-Hour, WD...TC 51, 1942 Transmission FM 4-32 Vacuum Brake, Bendix BK...TM B TABLES: (See Pilot Bllloon Tables) Abbreviated TM Conversion, Coordinate.TM Firing, Graphical.... TM Mileage, Official War Dept...TM Official Mileage, War Department TM Surveying,.. TM TACHOMETERS.TM A TACTCS FM 4-5 TAGS: Caution TB ORD 20 TAGALOG: Language Guide.TM TAMPERS: All Types, Technical Data.\.TB Backfill- Chicago Pneumatic, CP 3..TM Cleveland Pneumatic, 5A.:. TM ndependent Pneumatic, Thor TM ngersoll-rand, Model 3...TM , TM Fo:rm, Concrete, Gasoline-Engine-Driven. Adjustable for 'f to 10-in. Form., Jaeger TM TANX DestroyerB-"' As Artillery. TO 125, 1943 Platoon.,.FM S-20, FM ls-22 Towed Gun.... FM S-21 Unit TC'SS, 126, 1943 Tactical Employment.FM S-o Guns-(See Guns, Tank) Platoons,....FM Recovery Vehicles-(See Vehicles) TANKD01JERS.. TB ENG 9, TB ENG 28 TANKS: All Types, Technical Data...TB , TB Armored Employment with nfantry ' FM Asphalt Stee- Trailer Mounted, with Steam Coils, lo00-gal.. Littleford, 1028.TM , TM , LO 1039 Truck~Mounted, with Heating Coil Gallons (Rosco RMU)......LO 1076 Bore Sighting Adjustment..TB ORD 188 Carriage, Motor l05-mm Howitzer, M-7 Medium, M4 TB ORD 202 Caterpillar, Diesel, D17000, Power Unit.... " TM Cleaning nterior... TB CW 20 Company, Light and Medium FM Emplo)'ment as Artillery TC En,dne, Continental, W670-9A. TM C Fuel ~.TB Gunnery,.FM Heav'y M6...TM 9-721, TB , LO 87 M6Al.,.TM 9-721, TB , LO 87 M6A2.... TB , LO 105 T26El......FM Light TB ORD 123, TB ORD 125 Effect of air cleaners on dling Mix~ tu!,'es TB ORD 190 M2, Airplane Smoke Tank.. TB M3 Series...TM TM A, TM B. TM E, TM F. TM , TM , TB , TB K-3, TB ORD eo, TB ORD 125 M3Al... TM TM E. TM F. TB K-l, TM , TB , TB , TB ORD 22, TB ORD 125, LO 85 M3AS... TB ORD 71 M3A3...''M 9-727, TM 11-2,700. TB TB , TB K-l, TB ORD 22, TB ORD 80, TB ORD 125, TB ORD 176, LO 85 M6 Series, Crew Drill.....FM 17-68, TB K-3, TB ORD 30. TB ORD 125 M5.TM 9-732, TM B, TM C, TM D, TM E, TM F. TM G, TM 9-l727K, ''M A, TM A, ''M TB B-1, TB E--l, TB ORD 2"2, TB ORD 24, TB ORD 30, TB ORD 66, TB ORD 68, TB ORD 78, TB ORD 80, TB ORD 126, TB , TB ORD 176, TB A-3, TB ORD 179, TB , TB ORD 191, TB C-4, TB D-5, LO Sl, TC 44,l94S 141 'fanxl!l: (e""tinued) Light-(Continued) M5A1.,. TM 9-732, TM Q. TM D, TM Eo TM G, TM9-1729A" TM , TB TB B-1, TB E-'1. TB ORD 22, TB ORD 24, TB ORD 30. TB ORD 61. TB ORD 68, TB ORD 78. TB ORD 80, TB ORD 125. TB ORD 191. TB 9-732~~9. TB ORD 176. TB A-3. TB ORD179, TB 9-172C-1. TB C-4, TB D-5. TB ORD 183, LO 81, TC M22, (''9Ell,.TB _ M24...TB ORD 191, TB FE 1. TB ORD 197 M24, (Crew Drill)...FM17-75 M24, (T24). TM 9-729, TM A, TB , TB , LO 153 TgEl.TM TM A TM B, TM TB TB , TB ORD 183, TB , LO 88 Bogie, dler Whe~ls TB ORD 22 Engine Oil Drain Periods TB ORD 8S Medium......TB ORD 19, TB ORD 123, TB ORD 125 Effect of air cleaners on dling Mix.. tures TB ORD 190 M3, TM 9-750, TM , TM B, TM D. TM E, TM K. TM , TM TB ORD 19. TB ORD 35 TB ORD 41, TB ORD 170, LO 32, TC 61,t"943 M:1Al... TB ORD 19, LO 32 M3A2...TB ORD 19, LO 3:1 M3A3.TM 9-753, TM F. TM G, TM J, TB G-5, TB G-6, TB ORD 19, TB ORD 37. TB ORD 41, TB ORD 58, TB ORn 160, TB ORD SO, LO 83 M3A T C. TB ORD 11. TB ORD 19, TB ORD 41, TB ORD 43, LO 103 M3A5...TM 9-753, TM G, TB G-5, TBll-1750G-6. TB ORD r~. TB ORD 3'/, TB ORD 41, TB ORD 160, LO 83 M4.....TM 9-731A, TM 9-731AA. M4... TB ORD 219, TB ORD 71, TB ORD FE-8. TM 9-731A, TM 9'-731AA, ''M 9-798, TM E. TM F. TM G, TM K, TM TM B, TM D. TM E. TM 9-l750K. TM TB 9-731A-15. TB 9-731AA-1, TB G-3. TB K-2. TB TB ORD 11, TB ORD 22. TB ORD 29, TB ORD 30. TB ORD 31, TB ORD 36, ''B ORD 41, TB ORD 83, " TB ORD 90, TB ORD 96, TB PRD 98, TB ORD 106. TB ORD 108, TB ORD 115. TB ORD 116, TB ORD 125, TB ORD 133, TB ORD 154 TB ORD 152,TB ORD154. TB ORD 158, TB ORD 159, TB ORD 170, TB ORD 182. TB ORD 213, TB ORD 228, FM 17-76, TB ORD 189, TB ORD FE 5, LO 84. TC 61, O1'e... Drnl. FM =--=

141 ~ TANKS: (Continued) Medium-(Continued) M4 TB ORD FE 15, TB ORD 219, TB ORO 197,TB ORO 192 M4Al...TB ENG 9, TB ORD 219, TM 9-731A, TB 9-731A-14, TB 9-731A-15,TB 9-731AA~l, TB >2, TB ORD 29, TB ORO 30, TB ORD 41, TBORD 58", TB ORO 90, TB ORD 96, TB ORD106, TB ORD 108, TB ORD 115, TB ORD 116, TB ORD 125, TB ORD 165, TB ORD 178, TB ORD 180, TB ORD 183, TB ORD 192, TB ORD 213, TB ORD FE5, LO 84 M4AZ...TM.9-731B, TM G, TB G-5. TB ENG 41, TB ORD 11, TB ORD 19, TB ORD 22, TB'ORD 30, TB ORD 37, TB ORD 41, TB ORD 58, TB ORD 70, TB ORD 90, TB ORD 116, TB ORD 125, TB G-6, TB ORn 160, LO 119, TC 59, 1943 M4A TM9-731C. TM 9-757, TB 9c-7.59-FE1, TM 9-759, TB , TB B-2, TB B-3, TB ENG 41, TB ORn 11, TB ORn 22, TB ORD 30, TB ORD 41, TB ORD 58, TB ORD 70, TB ORD 83, TB ORD 90, TB ORD95, TB ORD 96. TB ORD 116. TB ORD 125, TB ORD 131. TB ORD'183, TB ORD 180, TB ORD FE5, LO 104 M4A3 E TB ORD 95 M4A4 M4A6.TM 9-754, TM F. TM J, TB ORD 11, TB ORD 22, TB ORD 30, TB ORn 41, TB'ORD58, TB ORD 83, TB ORn 90, TB ORD 116, TB ORD 125, TB ORD 165, LO 107, TC 44,1943.TM 9-756, TM A, TB ORD 11, TB ORD 116, TB ORD FE5, LO 149 'M5A ~ TB ORD 71 M5A1. TB ORD 71 M5 Series TB ORD.30 M7, TM 9-732A T23...TM 9-734, TM A. TB G-3, TB ORD 95, TB ORD 125, TB ORD 165. TB 9-734'-1, LO 151 T25E1 TB G-3, LO 148, TBORD 95 T26E1...TM 9-735, TB G-8, TB ORD 95. LO 148 Bogie Wheels. ~ 1'c 47, 1943 Bogie and dler Wheels.. TB ORD 22 Periscopes, Direct Sighting Telescopes TM Power Train Units _.TB ern 98 Steep Grades,. Descending.. TC 59, 1'943 Storage, Elimination of Airline F;rac... tures......tb FE1 Trsck adjustna"mt. TB ORD. 51 Track Roller TB ORD 18 Pressure. Portable M2-2.TB 3~376A-l Radial TB ORD 195 Water- Canvas. With Spray Bar Attach ment, i50-gal. Capacity, U. S. Rubber......TM Steel, Semitrailer - Mounted, 1500 Ga\.. Co1umbian TM , TM TANKS: Heavy, T26El..TB ENG 52 TAPE: ' Facsimile. Equipment, RC-58-B... "...;... TM 1l~374, TB ~1 'J:T-2/TG.TM TARGETS: Aerial......,...,TC 22,1943 Airplane, Radio Controlled.. TM Attack, Night TC 50, 1944 Boat (JR) Radio Controlled, TM TELEPHONY: Fundamentals...TM Ground, Artillery Weapons, TC 2, 1944 TELESCOPE MOUNTS: (See Mounts) Material and l'raining Course Layouts... TELESCOPES:..., TM Practice M6...,. TM Elbow M16 TB Artillel'Y- M TM 9-1;;39 Antiaircraft.....TM 4-23,j1 Direct Sighting TM Seacoa~t., T!\tl i'i Range, Communication Systems.q'M M50 Series.TB ORD 94, TB ORn 209 Rocket, M-2 TM Mr, TBORD132 M52...TB ORn 132 TEACHNG METHODS: Use of War Wound MH TB Moulages 'fB MED 116 Mo6, 57, 59, and 66 TB ORD 132 TEACHNG 'fm 21-2;;0 M70... TB ORD 94, TB ORD 132. Vocational TM TB ORD 209 TECHNCAL: M71, 72, 76C (T06) TB ORD 132 BuBetins, QM,...TB QM 1 T TM 9-257!1 Data- Enemy FM E Pumps.. 'fb Staff Officers... FM TECHNCANS: Dental TM Laboratory,.Methods.TM Pharmacy, Methods..TM Roentgenographic TM TECHNQUES: Ct-ystal Finishing, Maintenance and Operation TM TELEGRAPH: Equipment, D-C Repeater, Packaged '...TM Office, Set TC-3...Tl , TB Printers- Fjquiprilent.,....TM Sets (Teletypew"iter) EE-97 and EE TM Radio Transmitter.....'fM [ Repeater, D-C Regencrative... TM Sets, TG-5. TG-5-A and TG-5-B..,.....TM , TB , TB Switchboard. SB-6/GG TM Termipal--' CF-2-A. TM , TB CF-2-B......,TM B TELEGRAPHY: Wire : TM11 4,,6 Manual, Fundamentals....TM TELEPHONES :. EE-8i A and B.,. TM 11333, TB , TB , TB 11-33;3-3 Central Office- nstallation.tm 'Set- TC-l TM TC-2,,... TM TC-4.. TM '1'0-10 TMl1-338 TC~) TM Communication TB SG ;)0 Control Office, Equipment, Substitute '" TM Equipmcnt- Common Battery... TM Local Battery TM Maintenance. Truck, 2 ~~-Ton. 4 x 2. Federal M 2G, Dump and 3G ;.TB 9 -R21-1 ;Jtadio Transmitter....TM 11 R24 Receivers, Disposition..TB SG 137 Repeaters EE-89-A,.TM EE-99-A, Tc-3. T-5. TB TC-29-A.....TM TELEPHONES: (Cnntinued) Set, M1-110 T'B Sets and Timing, ML-110-( ) and ML 210-( ) TM Switchboard FM Terminal, CF-.3-A (Carrier) and Repeat er CF-3-A (Carrier).....TM 11~341 TP TM Unit, EE TM '1' TB ORD 132 B.C. M1915A1. TM Elbow M5.TM , TB ' M16 ' TM TB TB M24, 25, and TM ML-146 TM Observation, M48 and M49 TM jl-1556 Panoramic M2A1 TM M3 TM M3A1, M4 TM M5A3.... TM M5 Series TM A5 TM , TM M TM "...,...,. TM TM , TM M:).2 Series.TM TB ORD 53 M12Al TM M1 '" _ TM TELETYPE; Radio, Terminal, Equipment, AN/FGC or AN/FGG-X.....TM TELETYPEWRTERS: Equipment, Application of Circuits......,... TB SG 19 Line... TB SG 64 Paller Rolls......TB SG 28 Perforator, Set, TG-16 and TG., TM Pmcedure FM 24-8, FM Replacelnent of Ribbon Reverse Mechanism TG-7-B, TG-37-B TB Sets, EE-97-A, EE-98-A and EE , " TM Subscriber Set, 133A2.,.TM Switchboards.... TB SG 52 TENTAGE: Care and Preservation..TB QM 19 Repairs....TB QM 22 TENT PTCHNG,.PM TERMNALS: Telegraph CF-2-A (Carrier) TM CF-Z-B (Carrier) TM B Telephone, CF-1-A (Carrier)..TM T'oJelypp. EqUipment, AN/FGC1 or AN/FGC-X......TM TERMS: Army Dictionary TM TEST: Equipment E-17-E. TM Ec-28.. TM RC-70-() TM Re-70-A TM j,aA

142 TEST: (Continued) R..cks, No. 6ET and UEL Ettuillment, Westinghouse Air B1'lk. Co. (SPM 1495)......TM Radio Direction Finders for Site and nstrument..1 Errora.TB SG 113 Sets AN/GPM-1 TM EE-65..nd EE--65-A Through E..... ' TM EE-65-F.TM F -'-48-B TM ,....TM ,.TM , TB A...TC 26, 69, C... TC 69, D TM TM H 1-56-E... TM ,TM H TM , TM H 1-56-J TM A, B. and C TM A, B, C, D. E, F, G, H. J,..nd K.TM TB SG TM A TM ootm A--B TM TB TB SG 152 TS-2/TG......TM TS-26/TSM TM TS-27/TSM.TM TESTER: Multi-Range, TM Stereoscopic, M1Al.. TM 9-654, TM TESTERS, GROWLER, Allen. E-32 (with Adjustable Rheostat), Allen Electric'" Equipment.... TM TESTERS, St..bilizer Circuit..TB ge307--s Tube. Espey Model 105 TM Tube. Supreme Model 504-D TM TESTS, Peraonnel TM THEATER OF OPERATONS: Cleaning and Repairing Gasoline Containera TB QM 34 Construction TM Corps, Army, G.H.Q., Organizations and Operations.... FM Depot- Acetylene Tetrachloride Stored 'in Druma TB S5 Procedure for Determining Se-rviceability of ChlorinafedParaffin TB S4 Fire Protection TM naetive, Army Education Program......TM Quality Check of Shell 4.2 Chemical Mol' t..r M TB Qu..rtermaster Service... FM THEODOLTES, ML-47-aeriea..TM TB THERMOGRAPHS. ML-77..nd ML TM THERMOSTAT, Water Circulation. Reclamation......TB THREADNG MACHNES: O~ter Mfg. Co. No TM P,pe Thre..d-. Beaver Pipe Tools, ne., &-E TM Motor-Driven, 1,j, to 2-in. Oster, 'M THROTTLE LNK: Governor TB THROWERS, Wire; RL-37-A..,..TM TLTDOZERS: Tractor Mounting Cable euted, Model A4 1'M TME NTERVAL APPA1l.ATU!!: EE-56, EE-8.6.' EE.-86-A '.' T'M 11~U8 EE TM 11~n8 TME SYSTEM, ~4.hour, WD...Te51, 1942 TMER'.. Electronic. TM Ph-191-A. TM TRES ; TB Artillery Carri..ges TB ORD 189 Flap..,......TB Pneumati~, Maintenflnee and Care. TM , TB Pressure, 4-ply, 4.00-g tire...tb , TB Reconditioned, nspection...tb Rep..ir, Retread TM Substitution (Tr..i1er, Ammunition, M0)......,.. TB Tubes..nd Flaps....TB Unserviceable. disposition...tb TSSUE, Pathology. facilities TB MED 19 TOLL: Observing Equipment, ADW-BM TM TONE BAND, Double, Transcriber.TM TOOLS: CO-rpentry......TM,5-226 Breechlock Holding TB ORD FE 11 Hand and Rigging (Engineer)..TM H..nd Measuring, Power TM Woodw()rkiag. '".TB 5-t720-7 TOWER: Observation, TM Radio, guyed, 73"" TM Trylon Ladder, SO-foot Gin-Pole Type..., TM TOW TARGET EQUPMENT TM TRACKERS, M2...TM B, TB B-1 TRACKS: nacto'r!!. C1l.AWLE1l.: Clark, CA-1 _.TM " TB Lo 104'! Cat...piJO-r D4 TM , TM 6-~lU CO-terpillar D6...TM CO-terpillo.r 11.4 TB ,1 TB inch Gauge TB TRACTORS. HEAVY: Caterpillar D7.,.TM , TM , TM , TM , TM , TM , TM , TM , TM TM , TM , TB , TB ENG 13, LO 1001 D8.. TM TM TM TM , TM 5-30H. TM , TM TM TM , T;M , TM TM , 1'B TB ENG 13. LO 1028 Ml (All-Chalmers, HD10W)..TM TM TM , TM TM 5,..3366, TM , TM , TM 9-787A, TM 9-787C, TM A, TM C. TM D Ml (Caterpillar. RD7)...,.TM Ml (nt.rnation..l, TD-18)...TM , TM , TM , TM 9-777, TM 9-78&B. TM A, TM B, TM C, TM D, TM TRACTORS.HGHSPEED: Tank. Light, M3...TM B l3-ton, M6 (nternational)...tm 9-788, T..nk Ligbt. T9El...,...TM B TM A, TM B. TB 9786-F'E1. TB ORD 66, TEST UNT, TM i TRACTOR OPERATORS, Protection.. TB ENG 4 TEXT: nstructional Aids for TM TRACTORS: (For Attachments Used With TB ORD 179, TB ORD 200,...TM M~dels. See De.criptive Titles in Li.to) LO 123 TEXTLES, nspection.,. TM All Types. Teo.hnical Data...TB Ton, M4 (Allis-Chalmers)...TM TM A, TM B, TM 9-178;;- 2. TB B-l, TB 9-17~5B-2. TB ORD 200, TB ORD FE16,LO 122 Ali.-Chalme1'8 HD7 TM TM HD14 TM , TM TM , TM 5-3~ TM , TM , TM 5-33H. TM Battery-Power.d,.,... TB QM 4 Caterpillar R5..,.TM Crawler- Diesel. 70 to 90 DBHP. Standard or rigid. nternational TD-18, 74 imh Gauge TB Gasoline, 35~DBHP, Stflndard, Cater.. pillar H-inch Gauge with Le- Tourneau A-4 Tilting-blade Le- Tourneau HN Power Control Unit and Hyster D-4A Winch TB Engineering. Armoring..TB ENG 4 nternational nd 0-6 TM TM W-4....TM TRACTORS, AMPHBAN. T TM TRACTORS. CRANE: -Ton (ntern..tion..1 T6) -'M TM Ml (Allis-Chalmers)..... TM TM , TM To~ M3 (Caterpillar D6)....TB ENG 13 M6 (nternational T-9).. TM A'1 TM -HUB, T'M -HUe 143 S-Ton. M6 (Allis-Chalmers)... TM TM A. TM TB '. TB , TB TB ORD 200, TB ORD FE16. LO 147 TRACTORS. NDUSTRAL: nternrtion..l ,.TM ,.TM ,.TM ,TRACTORS, LGHT: (CO-terpillar D2) TM M2. (nternational, T-6)....TM Wheeled. ndustri..l Type (Allia-Ch..lmel'S B) TM 9-780B, TM TRACTORS, MEDUM: (Caterpill..r D4) TM T;M , TM TM , TM , TM , TM TM , TM 5'-3420, TB , TB TB , TB ENG 13, LO 100ll (C..terpillarD6) TM , TM , TM , TM , TM TM TM , TM TH U 1,,

143 J 00 i '!'ltaetors. :MEDUM: <Ceutlnuell) Ml (Alie.C!l/.lmers HD-7W)..Til , TM 5~S19'. TM &-3200, TM TM TM TM & TM 9-783B. TM A.. TM B. TM C lu (Allis-Chalmers WM)...TM , TM &-3210, TM &-3212 JU (nternatiena! T-9)..TM Ml (nternatioaa! TD U)... TM , TM TM W /Analedoze~ (New Caterpillar R4)... TM TM TM TM , TM 5-8UO. TB , LO 102& lu, W / Anlliedozer (Cletrac BG) TM & TBACTORS. SHOP, Tl0 TB ORD 61, TB ORD ~99 TRACTORS, SNOW, M7 (T26E4)...TM TB , TM LO 208 Truek. J12 TB 9-17'7A-FEl nactors, WHEELED: Ca... Dl ; TM &-8000, TB Tf i, LO 1027 Case. LAl TM , LO 1029 ClU. SL-Alrborne TM , TB , TB , LO 1043 (nternational, 1-6).TM LO 1010 Clark. Standard and Mills (GalolineJ.,.... LO S008 Rubber Tired, Gasoline U-DBHP, Standard. C...e S, with LaPlant Choate. Power-Control Unit.. TB Lb. Drawbar Pull,!'M TBAFFC: Militar,. ~.:. _._."._.& PM SiaDa, MilitarY' -. r -, TB ENG 15 nalers: Ammunition (Substitution of Tires). TB M TM Bomb. M5. nstallation of bomb hold down U Bolts TB FE2 '* -ton. 2-Whee!, TB ORD 304 ~-ton Payload. Carllo....TB ORD FE3 -ton Payload. Cargo. TM TB ton Payload, Cargo, Nash-Kelvinator TM l ton Payload, Watertank.TM TM to '-ton Payload. Cargo, Hobbs TM '-ton Winter Weiss TM '-ton Payload Hobbs TM '-~n. Stake and Platform, Edwards TM ton, Payload, 12 Wheel (l2dtl, M9. '... TB ORD 91 '!'wo-wheel QWT-T8. Timpte,,:c.. TM ton....lo 522. &11 1%-ton, Arc Welder. Electric Wheel, D-17&1-8 TM TB , LO 1032 ~-ton- Oi! City. TM QUick-Wa,. QWT-...TM &-9174 T1mpte QWT-8 Tl LO 1002 Type 1. nfantry Raft EQ.uip ment and/or P n e U mat i e B rid ' e Equipment. Deere, D-221i2. TM '.l'7pe 1. nfantry Raft Equip ment and/or P n e u mat i. B rid e EQ.uipment, Dure, D-J1424.".'.'...TM , TB 1i-'074-1 TRALERS: (Continued) Two-Wheel-(Continued) 2 'h -ton-(continued) Type. Utility, Pole-Type. n fantry Raft Equipment and/ or Pneumatic Bridge Equip~ ment, Electric Wheel, Model D TM Type, Trestle Bay Load. 10-ton Ponton Bridge, Deere D-1665 TM Type, Trestle Bay Load, 10 ton Ponton Bridge, Electric Wheel, 1938 TM Type. Trestle Bay Load, 10 ton Ponton Bridge. Kentucky D~ TM Type. Trestle Bay Load, 10 ton Ponton Bridge, and/or Type V, Utility Power Boat, Electric Wheel. D-1820-S TM Type, Trestle Bay Load. 10 ton Ponton Bridge and/or ' Type V, Utility Power Boat Fruehauf T-1120-A. TM Type, Triangulation Tower, Meili-Blumberg 15-1' TM & Type V, Storm Boat, Deere, D-2476 TM Wh~el, All Models.. LO 521, 513 Bay City Shovel. B-16.TM 5-9H2 K-34-D TM K-34-E...,.TM K-76-A and K-77-A TM LKD-620, 20-ton...TM LXS 408, 8-ton, Jahn.. TM 5-94H Ammunition M10 TM9-333 M21 TM (T34E2) 8-ton. 4 wheel TM Armored- M8. :.. :.. TM Athey 6-ton.:0:0.... TM ~-790A, TM A, TB 9-790A-1 20-ton. TM 9-790B, TM A Bamb -ton. T53.. TM H& ; TM 9-760, TB TB FE1. TB , LO 25 Clamshell, M16 TM Director, M13... TB ORD FE4 Dump, Towed Type, 2-Wheel, 1 2 ton, Converto TM , TB Full, Flat Bed. 8-ton Hanson, SP8 TM Jahn, LKS-408. TM Winter Weiss S.4, S-8...TM :Full. Low bed- S-ton, Fruehauf and Wintel'-Weiss CPT-8 Special... TM ton- Fruehauf CPT-16 Special..... TM Jahn LKD TM , LO 1046 LaCro..e.TM , TM TM TM TM LO 1046 Standard. XBBM. TM TM Stell XBBN, Rogers H-16-L-C.... ".eo" LO 1046 ll-ton-' ROllers H-20-LS-4 TM Tim1lte 2-0A-20.:.c...:.TM TRALERS: (Continued) Full. Low bed-(continued) 60-ton- Rogers, D-60-D-S-5 TM Generator, M7...TM 9-881; TB ORD FE4. LO 15& Map Reproduction. Fruehauf, 1"1" TM Motor Vehicle Units TM Ponton. 10-ton, 2-wheel. Pole Type....., " TM Refrigerator.....TM Snow, 1-ton. M-19 :... TM LO 208 Tank Transporter. TM TM Tilting, 4-ton, Commercial Shearing TM , TB Tilting, 2-wheel, 6T Type. Meii Blumberg TM Tilting, Searchlight, 60 in. 4-wlieel. Frue hauf. 1131, Type M-1....TM TB Tractor. Crane, T26 (7-Ton)...TM Track-Press, Rogers. 11, with 5 'A ". Cylinder 40", Pump, Wisconsin En.. gine. Solenoid Throttle.Control " Rogers Power Track Wrench, Rogers Hydraulic..... TM TRANEES: Air Crew, Mathematics..TM Truck, ~ransporter 45-Ton Mll.. TM Truck. 40-ton Tank Transporter M25; Correct Winch Brake Operation and Adjustment......TB 9-76' TRANER BOX. BC 1070 (A) (Master) TM M9 Antiaircraft TM 9-221, 1'9, Cal..30,... TB Stereoscopic, All Types... TM TRANNG: TRANERS: AA Machine Gun. M9 Maintenance..... TM BC 96R A. TM , TB BC-968-A.TB Director. M8..TM Field Artillery ";'.'.TM M3.... TC Machine Gun Aid~- Military..., ~....FM 21-8 Target Material.TM 9~855 Chemical Agents....TM Driver Selection TM Driver Vehicles. Half- and Full-Track TM Films FM 21-7 ndiddua and Unit... TM Literature, changes TC 19, 1944 Mess Management., 1' Physical FM Physical, WAC.FM 35-20, TC Recognition FM Signal, sea voyages. - '0'.TC 11, 1944 Special training units.. TC 26, 1944 Venereal disease... TC 22, 1944 TRANNG ADS, FM 21-8 TC TRAMWAY: Light Aerial. M2.....TB ENG 16 Special Aerial, with 4" Stroke AHH Wis. consin Engine, Stearns-Rogers TM TRANSCRBER. Double Toneband. TM TB TRANSFORMERS: High Voltage....TB Replacement, nstallation in Radio Sets SCR-602-T6, SC&-602-A and Power Supply Unit, PE-172 TB TF TB SG 158 TRANS-JORDAN: Medical and Sanitary Data...~~ ~_'."., ".'."..,." TB MED 121

144 ..,'g "!ll "'' _ -Rill TRANBLlTERAlfONt Japane.e Word '...>7... y TC TRANSRECEVER, Fac.imile. FX-l and FX-B LO 3038 TRANSMSSONS: "~-ton Truck, Chevrolet. Conver.ion pi 1937 through 1940 for u.e in a 1941 and 1942 Chevrolet 1 % -ton Truck Tran.mi.sion. TB l%-ton. Dodge ( ), Conver.ion TB GMC '1'16 (1938) '" AFKX (1940), Conyer.ion TB Half-Track Vehicle...''M Hydra-Matic. Tank., Light, M5 M5Al. and 75.mm, Howitzer Motor Carriage MB TM C TRANSMSSON SYSTEMS: Telegraph. Telephone. Long Distance. Principle... ''M Base-End Data and Gun Data (Seacoa.t Artillery)...,.,.,._ F'M 4-82 TRANSMTTER-RECEVER: Beacon- AN/PPN-A,-. TB Al AN/PPN-2 TM TRANSMTTERS: (See also Radio Tran. mltter.) Mark 82 Type. Japane.e Radio Set.....TB SG E 19 Radio- Life Boat, Portable Model ET TM Telegraph. Teiephone.TM Telephone, Di.po.ition...TB SG 137 Sealed. Disposition TB SG 187 BC-865-F TM BC-407-A......TB SG 68 BC-407-A and BC-677..,....TB SG 40 BC-1081-A.TB TB BC-1081-T6 -,_._._._ TB TRANSPORTATON: Animal... FM 25-5 Decontaminating Apparatu., M TB Dog FM 25-6 Military Railway Service, Rule. ''M Motor.. FM Pack oofm 25-7 QM. Motor.. TB Rail; Zone of the nterior ''M Sick and Wounded.FM 8-35 Water.. 00 ''M Zone of the nterior.. ''M TRANSPORTERS: 6x4. Diamond T. Motor Car '... TM Tank. Truck Trailer, 40-ton M " TB TRAPS. Booby; Land Mine....FM 5-81 TRAVEL, Allowances, WD Per.onnel " ','_',' ''M TRA,VERSNG: TRAYS: Mechani.m... Electric. Tanko. Medium, M4 and Modification.... ''M E Hydraulic, Tank, Medium M4 and Modification....''M G '1' u r ret, Hydraulic (Logan.port) Tank. Medium. M4 and Modifications,.,.,.,_.,.,...,...T:J F Loading ' - '.-.- TB ORD 206 Location ' TB ORD 206 TREADS, Rubber, Maintenance and Care...TM ''B TREADWAYS, Steel. Reducing Twist Due te Torque V.Approach for Steel Treadways... :... _.:.t..!i..jo~...,..._. ~._ ita.~.".. TB 'TREATMENTs Gonorrhea 'TT.:n''''-.TB MED 95 Re.piratory Depre ion and Asphyxia TB MED 131 SUBPension-Traction, Fraeturos TB MED 133 TREEDOZER, '1' for D7 Caterpillar LaPlant Choate.. ''M TRENCH FOOT '.' TB MED 81 TRESTLE: Equipment, Steel V-Type.''M Steel Unit, Light Standard and Standard ''M TRCHOMONAS. Vaginali., Vaginitis.TB MED 8 TRGONOMETRC: For Artillery. T:' TRPOD, 1lL-78().....TMl1-423 n.tr~ctions for Modification LG-21.., TB TROOPS: Airborne ' FM TC 118, 1948 Combat. Operations :.:., FM Engineer FM 6-5 Mechanized. Cavalry Reconnaissance...,.. FM 2-20 Mountain, Supply. TB ENG 16 Signal, Training, Sea Voyage TC 11, 1944 TRUCKS: %-ton. 4 x 4 Monroe, Ml TB Wilys- All Types.TB , LO 501 Ford GPW... TB FE2. TB FE8. TB FE3. TB FE4 MA ''M MB.. TM TM A, ''M B. TB TB TB FE1, TB A-1. TB ORD 10 ~-ton and %-ton. 4 x 2 Chevrolet- All Types LO 539 AK 3103, 3104 TM AK 3116 TM ''M BK '.-.1'0:...''M BK 3103 ',','.:.: ;TM ''M ~ ton, 4 " 2 Chevrelet. Various Models... ''M , ''M Amphibian (Ford GPA) Fu~1 Line.....TC 47, 1943 Radio Equipment TM , ''M Command Reconnaissance (Bantam, ~O-BRC) ''M ''M ''B Ford- All Types..TB , TB , TB , LO 501 GP TM GPA....TB GPW ".,''M TM A. ''M B, TB FE-1, TB FE3, TB FE4. TB A-1! TB ORD 10 Dodge- All Types.,.,...TB LO 542 WC-36, 39 "~-:oj...tm a Ford- All Types ''M LO C TM STF _ Q:.~.~~ TM 10-lin 145 TRUCXS: (Continued) ',-Ton. 4 x 4 Dodge Various Model.TM 10-1Ull. ''M , ''M ''M ;TM ''M , ''M 10-11St. ''M ''M ''M , ''M , ''M ''M 10-1U2. ''M 10-l<l43,TB ORD TB ORD 42. LO 511 '1'-202 TM ''M '1'-203. TB ''M ''M , ''M '1' ''M '1' TM WC-43...''M ''M ~-Ton- < x 2, (Chevrolet, KD. KE) TB ORD39 4 " 4, (Dodge. '1'-214).. TM ''M ''M TB , TB TB ORD 47. TB ORD FE3. L0508 ll,l,-ton. 4 x 2 Chevrolet- All Type TB ORD 39, LO MR... ;....TM ''M , ''M YR ''M MR ';M ''M TM TM '1'-203.TB ''M ''M '3 Dodge, '1'-112 ' 0_"'" LO 535 Ford- All Type ''M ''M A, ''M B, TB , LO 532 2GT TM GT TM GMC, CF'-351 ''M l',1-ton, 4 x ~- Chevrolet- Various Types TM 9-~05. TB B-1, ''M TB ORD 39, TB ORD 86. TB ORD LO 503 Over.ize Tie Rod Yoke Bolt '" TB ORD 211 G7116 TB ORD G-7123NN...''M G-7133 ''M Ford. GTB ''M , LO 511, ''D ORD FEl Dodge. '1'-203 ''M ''M ll,l, Ton Dodge. 1939, , TB " l',1 Ton. 6 x 6 (Dodge. '1'-228)..TM TB , TB ORD 26, LO 521 1',1. to 3-Ton- GMC- All Types -a...c.'. ''M AFKX-852.''M ''M , ''M ''M , ''M , LO 1018 la Ton, 4 " Z... Federal. 2G..TM 9-821, '1' :><,_ ''M , ''D 821-FE1, LO 531 nternlltional XR-8-R ''M KR-ll "->:.:.. :0;. '1' '

145 '1'1tUCU: (CoJltillue4) 2'" -TOil, 'x 2-(Colltinued) Mack, EES.... TM G-1190, TM (2dt) nternational, K-'1'.TM 9-822, TM , TM , - TM , TM , TM TM , TM , TM TM 10-15U, TM , LO 533 '",,-Ton;, x " C.O.E. Autocar- U-20H TM 10:"1392. TM U-404' TM ~-ToJl. & lit, Ail Makes. TB ORD 26 GMC, CCW-303 TB ORD13. TB ORD 62, TB ORD 167, LO 538 Mack, NB.... TM TM lltudebaker " Reo, US & TM TM '-HO'1', TB , TB , TB OaD 86."'-Ton, Ox,; Cargo (Studebaker)....TM 9-807, TM TB ORD , LO 526 '", Ton, X 1 All Makes.. _. _ TB OaD 26 AD\1hibian TB ORD 180, TB ORD 167 Cargo. All,Makes. Radio Equipment '" TM 11-%709, TB SG 97 GMC- Amphibian (GMC DUKW-353) (Correcting Corrosion and Waterproofing procedure)... TB ; TB ORD 185, TB Amphibian (GMC DUKW-353) Hull Draininll'sand Ventilation; Bilge Pump and Bilge Pump Valve Manifold Cold Weather Precautions TB 9 -B02--9 ~l Models.... TM A, TB ORD FE 13, TB ~39, TM B. TB , TB ORD 54, TB ORD 184 ACKWX TM , TM AFKWX-353 TM 9-809, TM TB , TB ORD 13, TB ORD 26. TB ORD86. LO 537 AFKX 352, TM TM AsFX-852, TM Coe AFKWX.TB ORD 185 H-nch. 2 ~ -Ton. 6x6, 1H nch Wood or Steel Cargo Body (GMC) Location and nstallation of 0 r dna n c e Maintenanee Set ~ G".. TB Set "H"...TB Set "L", TB (Oversize tie rod Yoke Bolt) TB ORD 211 CCKW TM 9-801, TM , TM A, TM , TM TB 9":801-4 TB TB TB ORD 13, TB ORD 14, TB ORD 26,TB ORD 27. TB ORD 82, TB ORD 47, TB ORD 85, TB ORD 86, TB O:RD 12'1', TB ORD 157, TB ORD 186, LO 604 TRUCXS: (CoJltinued) 2'l,!, -Ton~(C!,ntinued) GMC- (Continued) CCKW-(Continued) Tl 9~180l and 353..TB FE, TB ORD 185 CCKW-353 TM TM , TM A. TM , TM TB , TB , TB TB ORD 13. TB ORD H. TB ORD 26, TB ORD 27. TB ORD 32, TB ORD 47. TJ'l ORD 62. TB ORD 81, TB ORD 85, TB ORD 86. TB ORD 127, TB ORD 1 ">7, TB ORD 186, LO 504. LO 1014 Cargo, (nternational, M-5-f>~ " TM TM General MQtoro, CCKWX-85.. '" TM GMC-DUKW-353 (Anll,hibian)... TM 9-802, TM A. TM B, TM C. TB 9-802~2, TB , TB TB , TB TB , TB TB TB FEl, 1'B B-2. TB ORD 5, TB ORD 13, TB ORD 26. TB ORD 54. TB ORD 81, TC 55, 1943, LO 505 Studebaker " Reo. US 6...1'M 'M , TM , TB , TB , TB , TB ORD 86, TB ORD 127, TB ORD LO Ton 4 x 4, Cargo (Four Wheel Drive. HAR-l)... TM TM A, TM B, LO x 6 Diamond T. Various Models 'tm 9-811, TM TM , 'fm , 'fm LO 507 Diamond T, TM , TM t- to 5-Ton, 4 x ~- C.O.E., Tra'Ctor- Autocar. U-71HT...TM 9-816, TM 'M , TM LO 502 Federal.,.TM TM x H. 'fm , TM x 43C LO 509.-Ton.4 x 2 nternational H542...TM 9-812, TM : TB , 1'B , LO 543 KR-ll...TM TM , 'fm , TM TM 'M LO 534. Ton, 6 x 'B ORD 'B ORD 186 M TM M 'fm Mack, LM-SW...1'M &- to 6-Ton. 4 x 4 GMQ OCW nternational Autocar U ' TB ORD 216. TM , TM TM TRUCKS: (COBth\ued) &- to 6-Ton, 4 x 4-(Continued) Autocar--(Continued) U-81H-T TM 9-617, TM TM , TM LO 525 Mack, NJU-l. TM , TM SU-COE,, _TM Ton, 6 x 6 Brockway... TB FEl, TB ORD216, TM TM TB TB , LO 518 Corbitt... 1'B ORD 216; TM TM , TM TB 9-$13-1. TB , LO 521 Mack 4DT." 1'B ORD 216, TM NM TM , TM LO 51 '1' NM-5 _. TM '1' White TB ORD 216. TM '9-813, TM , 1'B 'fb , LO 506 7~-1'on. 6 x 6, Mack TM 9-814, TM TB TB B-2. TB ORD , TB ORD , TB FE, LO Ton, 6 x 4 Mack....TM , TB TM A, TM B, TM A Cargo, NR LO 523 Whita, T}3.0RD 175. LO Ton. 6 x 4, MaO, Diamond 1'.._... TM , 'fb ORD , TB ORD 91, 'fb ORD03, LO Ton, 6 x 4. Federal TB ORD 175. LO 516 K-H B TM Ba,c;;ic Signal Corps Repair Conversion of Ordnance Small Arms Repair Truck ; TB SG '12 Bomb Lift- Ml 1'B , LO 26, LO 56 M22 LO 124 Bornb Service- Ml- Ford TM GMC TM , TB ORD 33. LO 26 M6, Chevrolet 'fm 9-765, TM A, 1'M B. LO 55 M27 TM 9-766, LO 547 Company, Amphibian.....FM Construction, Field Wire...1'B SG 9'1' Dump, Hydraulic Pump TB ORD 511 Fire, Central }'~ire 'fruck Corp!';, TM Fork-Lift..TM , TB QM 4 Clark- Carloader and Utilitruc and Cleveland, TB , Clipper, -Gasoline. "...1'B _1 LO 6010 Planeloader. TB , LO 09 Vaul<han, TAW Mobilift. LO 6004 Heavy Duty, Transfer- Case TC 14,1944 Lift, M22. ~ TM Mount., Machine Gun...TM 9224 Ordnance SmRl Arms Repair. Conversion to Basic Signal Corps Repair Truck TB SG 112 Straddle Lumher 'fB QM 4 Tractor, 40-Ton. Trailer, M25.. :TM 9-767, TM A, TM C. TB , LO 188, LO, 188A

146 TRUCKS: (Continued) Trailer- 40.Ton,. 'lmns1>q1'ter, M2&..''M 9-767, ''M D, ''M E, TB , LO 138, LO 138A,.5-Ton, Transporter, M19..''M 9-788, TB ORD 91, ''M A, TB ORD 91, TB ORD Wrecking, Heavy M1 (Kenworth) TB ORD 216, ''M C, TB M1 (Ward LaFrance)...''M B, TB ORD 216, ''M C, ''M D, LO 24 Serieo 1 '" ''M Series 2 ::......LO 82 Series 5....LO 544, LO 544A MA......''M 9-796, ''M 9-1a6 TUBE PULLER: TL TB SG 151 TUBES: Cathode-Ray, 12GP7...TD nner Deflation....TB Re~tifier. Thyratron, Preheating, n,. Rectifier, RA-a4-H :.,.TB 11>'961-1, TB G-l Steam Release, GMC, Reclamation TB Subcaliber 1 Pounder, for Guns, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14-nch......FT 37-C-2 75-mm or 2.95-nch... FT 75-D-l VT-148, Shield,.TB TUBE TESTER: Supreme, Model 504-A TM ''B SG 122 TUBNG, Radioactive, Luminous, Vinylite TBENG 26 TUGS: United States Army, LT.454: LT.455, LT.456, Electric Propulsion Equipment '" ''M TUNSA, Medical and Sanitary Data TB MED 98 TURKEY; Medical and Sanitary Data TB MED 64 TURRET: Car~ Armored, T17E1 (Chevrolet)......,... ''M C Hull, Tank, Light, T9E1...''M B Light Tank, M TM B TWST, Reducing, Due to Torque n \lteel Treadways: V-Approach For Steel Tread. ways tb TYPHUS FEVER, Scrub..TB flied 31 UMPRE MANUALS: Air FM Grollnd FM UNT REPLACEMENT,'Wheeled Vehicles TB ORD 173 UNTf1: Antiaircraft......''M Automotive Power Transmission.. ''M Aviation. ntelligence Procedure.. FM 1-40 Bathing, Field, P()rtable, EC-4, Cleaver Brooks....''M BE-77~A or BE-'t7-B.TB SG 64 Distillation M2 E-0B, 2000 gals., Cleaver. Brooks.. : ''M M3 E-12, 2500 gal. per day, Skid Mounted, Cleaver-Brooks TB 5-20&2-1 Engineer Gas Generating, TB Fu~. M TBQl\15 37-mm Antiaircraft Artillery..... :.... FM mm FM Float, Autom()tiv. Fu.1 Tank. Reclamailon,.,.,. ''D 9": UNTS: (Ceatlnned) GeneratingliU and X,,TM -1U', TJ 0-81'-1, Ta ORD 174, LO 120 M7 TB 9-llS-2, LO 121 M7A1 and M15Al...TB M18 L0155 Ground- Air Supply FM Air Support FM Power, M8.., ''M B Small, Prot.ction..FM Special Training..TC 26,1944 Hypo.chlorination, Automatic, Portable, 2 to 100.pmF()w, Wallace and Ti.rnan A TM ndicator, D-18jTPS-1A.. TB A-, TB A-8 Keying BC-'09-A,''B SG 88 BC-768-A TB SG 130 Larger,. FM Machine Rec()rdl, Codel. TM Mobile, Medical Department.FM 8-6 Plan Position, BC-1058_( )....''D Power (5.. Power Unih) Power Control (5.. Po...er Control UnitB) Power Supply (5 Pow.r Supply UnitB) Power Train, Medium Tanks, M8 and M ''M Range, BC-728-A Ttll Relay,. BE-8'-A ''M Remot. Control, tm-0-,f,. TM Shower, Fi,)d, Portabl'<...ith H.at.r, 82 Show,r Heads, Wallace and Tiernan Novedel Alrene Corp., A-529..''M 5-914' Water Purification (See Wat,r PuriAcation Units) UNVERSAL. Joint C r 0. Converolon of Chevrolet #368099Q...TB UPHOLSTERER TM VALVES, Replacement M.chanism, Type M1. ; TB VEHCLES: (5 al.o Carrierl. Ordnance Vehicles, Tanks. Tractor Trail.rs, and Trucks) Antenna nstallations.tb SG 15' Armored- Decontamination..FM Engine,r TC 46,1944 Recognition..FM 21-88, FM 80-'0 Basic- Half-Track (lhc)... '.'.TM 0~707, TM A, ''D ""-Ton, 4 X 4, Pow.r.Plant... " ''M A Ph-Ton. 6 x a (Dodlr.), Po... r. Plant ''M A Camouflage (See Camouflalre).FM 5-20B Combat....TM Combat and Transport. Ordnance. TB ORD 217, TB ORD 218 GMC (All) With Banjo-Type Axles......TB ORD 177 GMC and {}hevrolet. G1ov. Compartment Doors, R.clamation.TB Half-Track- Basic (HC) and Similar HC Ve. hicle ''m B Car,.Scout M8A1 TB ORD 149 Chalsi. 'and Bod:!, for Maint.nance ''M C Olutch Malntenanc. and Adjultm.nt TB Compass TB ORD 164 Crew Drill FM Full-Track,Driver Trahlinlr. TM En.in.. no-ax, Whit......Tl( , TB B 147 nmclxb: (Continued) Half Track-(Continued) Modification. of Crescent Wrench to' Fit Tenlion Adjusti;'g Nut on Sprinlr-Load~d dler Mechanisms TB ORD 16' Remoyal of EUlrine Spe.d Restrictor or Governor TB ORD 151 R.moval of dler Adjusting Rod Lock Nut... TB ORD 167 Staki~g of Hexagon Nuts and Bolts TB ORD 155 Tir. Lock Ring Removing '1' TBORD 168 White Autoca; and Di.mond T TB , TB TB , TB ORD 191 M8Al, Replacement of Ga, Tank Drain Plug.....TlORD 162 M5 and lt5a1...tb M9A1. "" TB M14,TB M17 TB dentification Plate; Change in Oil Sped- \ lcations ' TB nl!lpections. Preventive Maintenance Services... _''M nstallation nstructions for Radio Sets.....TB SG 148 Landing, Tracked Armored :MK, LVT (A) H) and MK, LVT (A) (2).....TM ''M , TB TB , TB ORD 102. TB ORD118, TB ORD 198. LO H, TC 33, 1944 MKV, LVT (4)...,''M 9-776, TB , TB ORD 102. LO 169 Cold Weather Operation.TB Unarmored--- MK, LVT (1) and MK, LVT (2)..,''M , TM TM!l~1784B, TB 9~776-1 TB TB LO 115, LO 141 Laying Half-Track and Full-Track Re moval, nspection, Classification 'Re eonditionin~ and Disposition Tracks and Bogi. Wheels... :...TB ORD 130 M;"rking.....TC 117, ~943, TC 16, 1944 Military or : ''M Motor....''M Motor- Chassis. B9dy and Trailer Units...'. : ''M Transfer case...tc 14, 1944 Ordnance. (S.e Ordnance Vebicles) Correcting Windshield' Defroster Switch' Short dircuit"...tb ORD 146 nstrument 'Panel Valtmeter ,.,...,,'... TB ORD 172 Mounting Decontahiinating Apparatus, M2 TB ORD 161 Mounting Universal Rifle Bracket TB ORD 168 Wheeled, Provision for a Lubricant Passage on Universal Joint Trunnion Ends TB ORD 14'1 Special Purpose ~.TB ORD 123 Tank R,coy"ry- M81 (T2-).TB , TB 9' TB ORD 22, TB ORD 112. TB ORD 125, LO 80 M82...''M 9-738, TB FE. TB ORD 41, TB ORD 126 LO 152 lu2b1.. ''M 9-788, TB ORD 41,,.TB ORD 126, ''M 9-788

147 VEHCLES: (Ccmthmed) Tank Recovery-(Continued) M32B2 ' TM 9-738, TB ORD 41,TB ORD 125 M32B3. TM TB ORD 41, TB ORD 125, TB ORD 180 M 32B TM 9-738, TB ORD 116. TB ORD 125 T2. ''M 9-739,TB G-5, TB G-6,TB ORD 31, TB ORD 61, TB ORD 115, TB ORD 148 T2, Radio and nterphone Equipment ; TM Tracked Landing Cold Weather Oper ation tb , TB Transport, Engine Valve TaPDet Clear~ ances tb ORD 205 Unit Equipment....TM Utility, Armored, '1'41, Stowage 'of Tools and Equipment on Vehicle..TB Wheeled- Tire Lock Ring Removing Tool TB ORD 1681 Unit Rep)acement and Repair Time Guide TB ORD 173 V.MAL: Enlarger.PH-542/UF..TMl VENTLATON, Hull TB V1"TERNARY ADMNSTRATON.. ''M VBRATORS: All Types, Technical Data..TB Concrete- Pneumatic. Chicago Pneumatic, CP ', '1':\15':4112 Pneumatic, Chicago Pneumatic, CP-219-B., ''M Pneumatic, ngersoll-rand V TM Vane-Type, Air-Driven, PV288. Mall Tool Co.. ''M VSE, Power, Stand No ''M VSBLTY, Night. TC 44, 1942 VSUAL: dentification- Equipments, AN/VVX-l and ANVVX-X ''M 11~393, ''M Signaling, Combined (VS Procedure) FM FM VSUAL ADS: (See Also Films)...FM 21-8, FM 21-80, TC 36, 1944 VOCATONAL TEACHNG TM VOCE-FREQUENCY, Equipment, R i n g e r Packaged. TB VOLKSWAGON, German.....,'1':\ VOLTAGE REGULATOR, M..,Til VOLTAGE REGULATOR KTS: (Soo Kits, Voltage'Regulator) VOLTMETERS: AC, nstallation in Test Set B '...,... "...TB D.C., Thermoelectric Type, Reclamation.....TB nstrument Panel, Ordnance Vehicles : TB ORD 172 Weston, M772, Type 6 TM VOUCHERS, Disbursement and Collection.... ''M , ''M VULCANZNG: Equipments TE-54-A and TE-55-A..''M Floats, Pneumatic TB ENG 27 WAC. Recruiting Station, Ne.uropsychiatric Examination TB MED 100 WAGONS: All Types, Technical Data...TB Dirt or Rock" Crawler~Mounted. Bottom Dump, 13-cu. yd. Athey, & i.'. ~... :. " TM WAGONS: (Contumed) WEATHER: (Continued) Transport-. Pilots...,....TM Lunette for towing....tb Precautions TB M1A1, M2A1, and M3A1, for 240 WEATHERPROOFNG, Tentage TB QM 19 mm Howitzer and 8-nch Gun WELDERS: Material M1 TM B, Electric Arc- LO 100, 100A M4 and M5...TM 9-340, LO A 'Gasolin-E'ngine-Driven- Carriage, 3, M3A1...LO 100, 100A Dualarc, SK ''M Hobart, EW-91.., ''M WARFARE: Attack FM 31-5 Shop Wheel-Mounted, Hobart. Cbemical, Tactics..FM 3-5, FM 3t-25, GR-300-P....''M FM-31~20, TC ! ''M , ''M , LO 1048 GR-300-S, Spec. 856A-C.. Jungle FM Land, Rules....FM " ''M 5-,-5126 Skid-Mounted~ Land, Treaties.Governing T~ 27-2:'51 Hob a r t~ GR 300-S (Spec. 426-B & 840). Mountain ''M Snow FM ''M , TB Winter, FM Motor-Driven, Shop, Wheel-Mounted, WASHER. Car, W-llA, HP, 208V. 60C., Hobart. MR-300P ''M HP. The Wayne Pump Co '1'1' WASHERS: Spacer, Spring Seat 'B ORD 167 Steel,Hardened, Tank, Light, M22 (T9E1) TB WASHNG AND SCREEN1NG PLANTS: All Types. 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