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US ARMY Series 60a 26-1-3 Japanese Explosive Ordnance

US ARMY Series 60a 26-1-3 Japanese Explosive Ordnance

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US ARMY Series 60a 26-1-3 Japanese Explosive Ordnance
US ARMY Series 60a 26-1-3 Japanese Explosive Ordnance

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NAVY EODBARMY TM60A-26-1-3AIR FORCE TORevision 002 June 1978TECHNICAL MANUALEXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL PROCEDURESJAPANESE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE (15 AUG 1945)Published under authority of the Secretaries of the Army, Navy, and Air Force.(Prepared by the Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division, 2008 StumpNeck Road, Indian Head, MD 20640-5070)FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYFURTHER DISTRIBUTION ONLY AS DIRECTED BY CO, NAVEODTECHDIV ORHIGHER DOD AUTHORITY.
 
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PROMULGATION INFORMATION (U)(U) This manual is issued for the information and guidance of EOD personnel. It hasbeen prepared by the Department of the Navy in carrying out its responsibilities perJoint Service Regulation AR 75-14/OPNAVINST 8027.1/AFR 136-8/MCO 8027.1(U) Distribution of this document shall normally be limited to organizations assignedgraduates of the U.S. Naval School, Explosive Ordnance Disposal. Foreign release ofthis document, or any portion thereof, shall require authorization from the NavyInternational Programs Office (IPO-11A), Arlington, VA 22202-1111, with an informationcopy of the request to Commanding Officer, Naval Explosive Ordnance TechnologyDivision (AC-9), 2008 Stump Neck Road, Indian Head, MD 20640-5070. Requests bycivil authorities or individuals for release of this document should be forwarded toCommanding Officer, Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division (Code60), 2008 Stump Neck Road, Indian Head, MD 20640-5070.(U) Errors in the EODB or recommendations for its improvement by Navy units shall besubmitted in accordance with NAVEODFLTLAU Publication Note 1-99.(U) Errors in this EODB or recommendations for its improvement by Marine units shouldbe submitted to the Officer-In-Charge, Marine Corps Detachment, 2008 Stump NeckRoad, Indian Head, MD 20640-5098, in accordance with MCO 3571.2.(U) Reports of errors, omissions, and recommendations by Army units for improving thisTM by the individual user are encouraged. Reports should be submitted on DA Form2028, Recommended Changes to Publications, and forwarded directly to Commander,U.S. Army Technical Detachment, 2008 Stump Neck Road, Indian Head, MD 20640-5096.(U) Recommended changes, additions, or deletions by Air Force units to this T.O. shallbe submitted in accordance with T.O. 00-5-1 to Commander, Detachment 63, 2008Stump Neck Road, Indian Head, MD 20640-5099.(U) Published under authority of the Secretaries of the Army, Navy, and Air Force.Prepared by the Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division, 2008 StumpNeck Road, Indian Head, MD 20640-5070.
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION
CHAPTER I. JAPANESE ORDNANCE MARKINGSCHAPTER II. JAPANESE MILITARY EXPLOSIVESCHAPTER III. JAPANESE UNDERWATER ORDNANCECHAPTER IV. JAPANESE BOMBS AND FUZESCHAPTER V. JAPANESE AMMUNITIONCHAPTER VI. JAPANESE LAND MINES AND BOOBY TRAPSCHAPTER VII. JAPANESE DEMOLITION EQUIPMENTCHAPTER VIII. JAPANESE PYROTECHNICS AND CHEMICAL ORDNANCEAPPENDIX A. COLOR SHEETS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF JAPANESE AMMUNITION
HANDBOOK OF JAPANESE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCEINTRODUCTION
This book is a nontechnical identification manual of Japanese explosive and chemicalordnance. It is designed to aid:(1) Experienced field personnel who, in addition to disposal work, are concerned withrecovering and reporting on new ordnance.(2) Untrained field units desirous of recognizing weapons and devices used by theenemy.(3) All forces needing information to safeguard themselves from the dangers ofunexploded ordnance, booby traps, and mines.Technical details of operation and construction have been purposely omitted in orderto make this book one for handy reference. The information presented must in nomanner be regarded as sufficient basis for disposal or rendering safe operations.All such work should be done by specially trained personnel of Army, Navy, or MarineBomb Disposal and Navy Mine Disposal Units who are available in combat or forwardareas. New material should be reported to the Mobile Explosives Investigation Units,Army Technical Intelligence teams, or Bomb and Mine Disposal personnel.All explosive ordnance must be handled with caution. Souveniring of explosiveordnance should be prohibited. In addition to the danger of accidents, much valuableintelligence material is thereby lost. In the same manner, hasty disposal by demolition ordumping in deep water destroys valuable sources of intelligence. Careful noting andreporting of new ordnance, including booby traps, and the tactical employment of suchnew ordnance will save lives. No attempt has been made to maintain a uniform scale forphotographs of items of ordnance appearing in the text. Large bombs, certain bomb

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