Basic Field Manual ...: Military courtesy. chapter 2. Personal hygiene. chapter 3. Equipment. chapter 4. Physical training. chapter 5. Map and serial photograph reading. chapter 6. Sketching. chapter 8. Defence against chemical attack. chapter 9. Scouting
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1938
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Страница 16 - As conductors they convey the heat of the atmosphere to the earth when the earth is cooler than the air, and transmit it in the contrary direction when the temperature of the earth is higher than that of the atmosphere. Of course, then, as conductors, they tend to equalize the temperature of the earth and air.
Страница 40 - See that angle tube is properly connected to face piece, with rubber band surrounding the binding. See that the fabric has not torn or pulled loose around the eyepiece frames. Examine the chin seam and see that it is in good condition and properly taped inside and outside. Examine the inside of the face piece for pinholes.
Страница 40 - Look especially for pinholes just below where flutter valve is joined to angle tube, and for tears around valve opening. See that valve has no dirt or sand in it and that it is properly connected to the angle tube. See that the binding wire is properly taped. See that flutter-valve guard is not loose.
Страница 39 - ... fasten the hook and clasp of the shoulder sling together. Slip the left arm through the sling and allow the satchel to hang from the upper left arm, at the same time removing the mask therefrom by grasping the canister with the right hand. Examine the canister for rust spots and weak places by pressing lightly with the fingers, beginning at the bottom and working toward the top ; and see that its contents do not rattle on shaking.
Страница 39 - This inspection is not conclusive, a leak will be determined by the minute inspection indicated below. If the leak is found not to be in the hose, then pinch together the outlet valve at the angle tube and also the hose. If the leak is no longer detected on inspiration, it is in the outlet valve below where it was pinched; otherwise above this point or in the facepiece.
Страница 40 - Look especially for pinholes just below where the outlet valve is joined to angle tube and for tears around valve opening. See that valve has no dirt or sand in it and that it is properly connected to the angle tube. See that the binding wire is properly taped. See that outlet valve guard is not loose.
Страница 39 - Adjust the mask to the face. Then pinch together the walls of the corrugated tubing just above the canister nozzle and inhale. If air can be drawn in, a leak is present, and its approximate location may be determined as follows : Pinch the walls of the corrugated tube together at the angle tube. If a leak is no longer detected on inspiration, the leak is in the corrugated tube ; otherwise it is elsewhere.
Страница 35 - ... height of chin, holding it firmly in both hands with the fingers extended and joined outside of the face piece, the thumbs inside at the binding, midway between the two lower straps of the head harness. Thrust out the chin. (Three) Bring face piece forward, digging the chin into it.
Страница 29 - Weapons and metal equipment. — Greasy or oily metal surfaces contaminated with mustard gas should first be cleaned with kerosene or gasoline. These solvents do not destroy mustard, but dissolve it so that most of it may be removed. Rags used for the purpose should be burned in a fire with a good draft, as they will be grossly contaminated. After such treatment, a very thin coating of mustard will still remain on the surface of the metal so that it will still be dangerous to touch.
Страница 39 - ... downward. 6. Drill B — Mask inspection by the numbers. — Being prepared for mask inspection : 1. By the numbers, 2. Inspect, 3. MASK. Free right hand by holding canister in left armpit, the tube and face piece hanging over upper left arm. Examine the sling and the exterior and interior of the satchel in turn to insure that there are no defective or missing parts, that all parts are securely fastened in place, and that the body of the satchel is free from holes, tears, rips. (Two) If the satchel...