4-19. REPACKING FOR SHIPMENT OR LIMITED STORAGE - Continued
Package the RL-207(*)/G as follows:
A Bolt the equipment to the base of a nailed wooden box.
B Use filler material to fill all empty space in the toolbox.
C Cushion the control levers, handles, and other protruding points with pads of filler material or
D Wrap the upper control lever in cardboard, and tape it to the upper reel axle.
E Cover the equipment with the canvas cover.
F Cover the entire equipment with cardboard secured with gummed tape.
G Seal the packed equipment in a covering of waterproof paper. Seal the wrapping with water-
H Assembly a nailed wooden box around the equipment.
Section Vlll. DEMOLITION OF MATERIEL TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
4-20. AUTHORITY FOR DEMOLITION
Demolition of the equipment will be accomplished only upon the order of the commander. The
destruction procedures outlined below will be used to prevent further use of the equipment.
4-21. METHODS OF DESTRUCTION
Use any or all of the following methods to destroy the equipment:
Smash te controls, pulleys, shafts, bearings, castings, brake drums, hub locks, axle locks, fuel filter,
spark plugs, and carburetor; use sledges, axes, handaxes, pickaxes, hammers, or crowbars.
Cut the drive belts, the ignition switch wiring, and the fuel line; use axes, cutting pliers, or machetes.
Burn all belts, covers, and technical manuals; use gasoline, kerosene, oil, flamethrowers, or incen-
Bend covers, toolbox, engine air shroud, and reel axles.
Be extremely careful with explosives and incendiary devices. Use these items only when
the need is urgent.
Bury or scatter the destroyed parts in slit trenches or foxholes, or throw them into streams.