Citations with the tag: MILITARY supplies -- Packing
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- Packing pointers.
// PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly; Sep96, Issue 526, p35
Cites the importance for common gear to be safely packed before being sent to the maintenance shop for repair. Use of available cushioning material.
- It's in Your Best Interest.
// PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly; May2000, Issue 570, p23
Provides guidelines on packaging line replaceable unit (LRU) to prevent the military supplies from being damaged during shipment. Credit deducted from damaged shipment of LRU; Procedure to the unit's maintenance.
- Cut Out the Zs.
// PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly; Oct2000, Issue 575, p59
Talks about total package fielding of military equipment in the United States. Importance for equipment to get its standard line item number (LIN); How to resolve Z-LIN problems.
- STRAPPING AND SEALING LOOK APPEALING.
// PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly; Feb2011, Issue 699, p49
The article offers tips on how to strap and seal cargoes before shipping or transporting.
- In the bag.
// PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly; May95, Issue 510, p45
Recommends the use of plastic, self-sealing bags to contain small parts of military communication systems to prevent dust accumulation.
- DRY UP MOISTURE THREAT!
// PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly; Mar2012, Issue 712, p50
The article offers tips on how to dry up moisture in military weapons. It suggests using vapor corrosion inhibitor wrap NSN 8135006640015 when the weapon will be brought for travel to protect it from moisture that can be caused by temperature changes and humidity. It mentions the use of...
- EXITING THE METHODS OF PRESERVATION MAZE:METHOD 10.
// PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly; Feb2013, Issue 723, p54
The article offers information on several military packaging preservation option. It refers to Method 10 Physical Protection which is used for chemically noncritical items live corrosion-resistant metals, ceramics, and/or non-optical glass. It also recommends the use of the Standard Practice for...
- The DoD mandate.
// Packaging Digest; May2005, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p34
Discusses the mandate issued by the U.S. Department of Defense for its suppliers to indicate that eventually anything sold to them must be marked with a radio-frequency identification tag. Standards of military marking for shipment and storage; Consideration given to suppliers in deciding how to...
- Warrior Logisticians: Establishing an SSA From the Ground Up.
Westhoven, Brice R. // Army Logistician; May2008, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p12
The article discusses the challenges put to the logisticians of the U.S. Army 3rd Infantry Division Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB) in establishing an operational supply support activity (SSA) from the ground up in a combat environment during the Operation Iraqi Freedom 06-08 in May 2007. It...
- Packing the Largest Shipment of the Iraq War.
McNealy, Kyle P. // Army Sustainment; Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p25
The article focuses on the operation of the members of the 841st Transportation Battalion and 276th Transportation Detachment of the U.S. Army in tagging and loading the single shipment for the Global War on Terrorism and the Iraq War in April 2010. Each piece of equipment has been attached to a...