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TB-55-8115-200-23 Milvan Containers Overhaul or Repaired General Cargo with Load Bracing System Manual
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TB 55-8115-200-23
SECTION I.
Introduction
1. Purpose.
a. This bulletin provides minimum standards for overhaul or repair of MILVAN container, NSNs
b. These standards provide for attaining the required level of serviceability of materiel without causing
unnecessary maintenance operations.
2. Scope.
a. Standards contained herein apply to all TROSCOM - MANAGED MILVAN containers overhauled
or repaired at US Army Materiel Command (AMC) depot maintenance activities or contract repair
facilities. Should conflicts arise between the provisions of TM 55-8115-200-23&P and the standards of this
TB, the standards and specifications herein will prevail. Complete coordination/cooperation between
Quality Assurance and Maintenance personnel at all levels is necessary to achieve an acceptable product.
b. Request for deviation from this bulletin, with detailed supporting justification, shall be directed to:
Commander, US Army Troop Support Command, ATTN: AMSTR-MCFR, 4300 Goodfellow Blvd., St.
Louis, MO 63120-1798.
3. General.
The standards written herein are intended to provide guidance to obtain a serviceable MILVAN through
overhaul without incurring unnecessary repair. For instructions regarding repair and replacement parts,
refer to TM 55-8115-200-23&P.
4. Types of Damage.
The types of damage listed below are those which should be noted during inspection and which constitute
damage/weathering requiring repair. (See Figures 1,2,3,4,5,6, and 7 for Parts Nomenclature.)
a. Sides.
(1) Top and bottom rails bent, cut or crushed.
(2) Corrugated sheets dented or torn.
(3) Door hold backs damaged or missing.
(4) Identification obliterated.
(5) Welds broken, cracked, missing, not primed or painted or not properly made.
(b). Front.
(1) Corrugated sheets dented or torn.
(2) Top and bottom rails bent, cut or crushed.
(3) Identification obliterated.
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