A vehicle (with a trailer, if necessary).
The firing team requires the following items:
An M32 or M34 blasting machine. (This is controlled by the team leader.)
Firing wire and reel.
Electric or nonelectric blasting caps, as applicable.
An M51 test set.
Fuse igniters. (These are controlled by the team leader.)
The road guard teams require the following items:
The protective clothing and equipment needed by the teams depends on the type of ammunition in the ASP. If the
use of chemicals has begun or has been authorized, decontamination kits, decontamination equipment, and
protective masks should already be available. Large-scale decontamination of the ASP and marking of
contaminated areas will not be performed, since the area is being abandoned.
Munitions To Be Destroyed
Since time may be a major factor, priorities should be assigned to allow for the most complete job possible.
Priority 1 includes classified ammunition, associated components, and documents.
Priority 2 includes ammunition that can be used against friendly forces, that does not require weapons to use
(such as mines and hand grenades), and that can be used in enemy weapons (such as 60mm and 81mm mortar
Priority 3 includes ammunition not in priority 1 or priority 2 that is casualty-producing, and that the enemy
can use if enough friendly weapons are captured.
Priority 4 includes non-casualty-producing ammunition and pyrotechnics.
Include the method of destruction to be used for each type of ammunition or storage location, and the demolition