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Fm_9-10_ordnance Field Manual_ordnance Field Maintenance_april 20, 1942

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FM 9-10, Ordnance Field Manual, Ordnance Field Mainteance,
is published for the information and guidance of all
concerned. It is based on the fundamentals of ordnance service
contained in FM 9-5 and the pertinent Tables of Organization.
The purpose of this manual is to present a coordinated and
complete picture of the problem of ordnance field maintenance,
together With a logical solution of that problem.
While this manual will be found to be helpful as a reference
for operation of the maintenance organizations in garrison,
it is intended primarily as a guide for use in field operations.
There are included in the various parts of this manual a
complete discussion of a typical ordnance field shop and a
method of conducting operations; a discussion of details pertaining
to a typical maintenance company; and discussions
of particular problems in ordnance field maintenance as they
are encountered and solved in particular echelons such as
the various types of divisions, the armored force, etc. Except
where obviously necessary in the interests of uniformity
throughout all ordnance service, it is not intended that this
manual shall impose unnecessary restrictions on the imagination
and initiative of ordnance personnel responsible for the
operation of the units covered by this manual. On the
contrary, it is intended that the thoughts and imagination of
such personnel will be stimulated to evolve more satisfactory
solutions to the problems of ordnance field service.
FM 9-10, Ordnance Field Manual, Ordnance Field Mainteance,
is published for the information and guidance of all
concerned. It is based on the fundamentals of ordnance service
contained in FM 9-5 and the pertinent Tables of Organization.
The purpose of this manual is to present a coordinated and
complete picture of the problem of ordnance field maintenance,
together With a logical solution of that problem.
While this manual will be found to be helpful as a reference
for operation of the maintenance organizations in garrison,
it is intended primarily as a guide for use in field operations.
There are included in the various parts of this manual a
complete discussion of a typical ordnance field shop and a
method of conducting operations; a discussion of details pertaining
to a typical maintenance company; and discussions
of particular problems in ordnance field maintenance as they
are encountered and solved in particular echelons such as
the various types of divisions, the armored force, etc. Except
where obviously necessary in the interests of uniformity
throughout all ordnance service, it is not intended that this
manual shall impose unnecessary restrictions on the imagination
and initiative of ordnance personnel responsible for the
operation of the units covered by this manual. On the
contrary, it is intended that the thoughts and imagination of
such personnel will be stimulated to evolve more satisfactory
solutions to the problems of ordnance field service.

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FM
9-10
WAR
DEPARTMENT
ORDNANCE
FIELD
MANUAL
ORDNANCE
FIELD
MAINTENANCE
April
20,
1942
MHI
Copy
3
 
FM
9-10
ORDNANCE
FIELD
MANUAL
ORDNANCE
FIELD
MAINTENANCE
UNITED STATESGOVERNMENT
PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON
:
1942
For
saleby
the
Superintendent
of
DocumentsWashington.
D.C.
 
WARDEPARTMENT,
WASHINGTON,
April
20,1942.
FM
9-10,
Ordnance
FieldManual,
Ordnance
Field
Mainte-
ance,
is
publishedfor
the
information
and
guidance
of
all
concerned.
It
is
based on
thefundamentals
of
ordnance
serv-
ice
contained
in
FM9-5
andthe
pertinent
Tables
of
Organ-
ization.
The
purpose
of
this
manual
is
to
present
a
coordinated
and
complete
picture
of
the
problem
of
ordnance
field
mainte-
nance,together
With
a
logical
solution
of
that
problem.While
this
manual
will
be
found
to
be
helpful
as
a
reference
foroperation
of
the
maintenanceorganizations
in
garrison,
it
is
intendedprimarily
as
a
guide
for
use
in
field
operations.There
are
included
in
the
various
parts
of
this
manuala
complete
discussion
of
atypical
ordnance
field
shop
anda
method
of
conducting
operations;
a
discussion
of
details per-
taining
to
a
typical
maintenance
company;
and
discussions
of
particular
problems
in
ordnance
field
maintenance
as
they
are
encountered
and
solved
in
particular
echelons
such
as
the
varioustypes
of
divisions,
the
armored
force,
etc.
Exceptwhere
obviously
necessary
in
theinterests
of
uniformitythroughout
all
ordnance
service,
it
is
not
intended
that
this
manual
shall
impose
unnecessary
restrictions
on
the
imagina-
tion andinitiative
of
ordnance
personnelresponsible
for
the
operation
of
the
units
covered by
this
manual.
On
the
contrary,
it
is
intended
that
the
thoughtsand
imagination
of
such
personnel
will
be
stimulated
to
evolve
more
satisfactory
solutions
to
the
problems
of
ordnance
fieldservice.
The
organization
of
ordnance
maintenance
in
the
field
army
is
based
on
the
principle
of
progressive
increases
in
avail-
able
maintenance
facilities
from
front
to
rear.
The
equip-
ment
and
personnelassigned toeach
echelon
are
designedto
carry
the
normal
load
of
that
echelonplus
a
certain
peak load
of
the
subordinate
echelons.
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