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These are the sources quoted or paraphrased in this publication.

Army Publications

AR 25-400-2. The Modern Army Recordkeeping system (MARKS). 26 February l993.

AR 40-14. Control and Recording Procedures for Exposure to Ionizing Radiation and Radioactive Materials. 15 March 1982.

AR 50-5. Nuclear and Chemical Weapons and Material - Nuclear Surety. 3 October 1986.

AR 50-6. Nuclear and Chemical Weapons and Material - Chemical Surety. 12 November 1986.

AR 75-14. Interservice Responsibilities for Explosive Ordnance Disposal. 14 February 1992.

AR 75-15. Responsibilities and Procedures for Explosive Ordnance Disposal. 1 November 1978.

AR 200-1. Environmental Protection and Enhancement. 23 April 1990.

AR 200-2. Environmental Effects of Army Actions. 23 December 1988.

AR 385-40. Accident Reporting and Records. 1 April 1987.

AR 600-8-2. Suspension of Favorable Personnel Actions (FLAGS). 30 October 1987.

AR 600-8-10. Leaves and Passes. 1 July 1994.

AR 600-9. The Army Weight Control Program. 1 September 1986.

AR 611-201. Enlisted Career Management Fields and Military Occupational Specialties. 1 January 1994.

DA Form 285. U.S. Army Accident Report. January 1992.

DA Form 873. Certificate of Clearance and/or Security Determination. December 1969.

DA Form 1879. Book Card. January 1957.

DA Form 3180-R. Personnel Screening and Evaluation. June 1988.

DA Pamphlet 50-6. Chemical Accident or Incident Response and Assistance (CAIRA) Operations. 17 May 1991.

FM 3-4. NBC Protection. 29 May 1992.

FM 3-7. NBC Handbook. 27 September 1990.

FM 3-21. Chemical Accident Contamination Control. 23 February 1978.

FM 19-10. The Military Police Law and Order Operations. 30 September 1987.

FM 20-3. Camouflage. 14 November 1990.

FM 20-32. Mine/Countermine Operations. 30 September 1992.

FM 21-16. Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Procedures. 30 August 1994.

FM 34-54. Battlefield Technical Intelligence. 5 April 1990.

STANAG 2002. Warning Signs for the Marking of Contaminated or Dangerous Land Areas, Complete Equipment, Supplies, and Stores. Edition 7, Amendment 4.

STANAG 2079. Rear Area Security and Rear Area Damage Control. Edition 4, Amendment 1.

STANAG 2143. Explosive Ordnance Reconnaissance/Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOR/EOD). Edition 4, Amendment 2.

STANAG 2389. Minimum Standards of Proficiency for Trained Explosive Ordnance Disposal Personnel. Edition 1, Amendment 3.

STANAG 2834. The Operation of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technical Information Center (EODTIC). Edition 2, Amendment 3.

STANAG 2929. Airfield Damage Repair (ADR). Edition 4.

STANAG 2957. International System (SI) Units used by Armed Forces in the Nuclear Field. Edition 3.

TB 9-1300-278. Guidelines for Safe Response to Handling, Storage, and Transportation Accidents Involving Army Tank Munitions or Armor Which Contain Depleted Uranium. 20 September 1990.

TM 9-1300-206. Ammunition and Explosives Standards. 30 August 1973.

Note: None of the following TM 60A-series publications appear in the DA Pamphlet 25-30 index of Army publications. However, all EOD units have access to them.

TM 60A-1-1-11. Chemical/Biological (C/B) Agents & Related Materials; Characteristics, Leak Sealing, Disposal, & Decontamination.

TM 60A-1-1-15. EOD Glossary of Terminology, Abbreviations, & Designations.

TM 60A-1-1-22. General EOD Safety Precautions.

TM 60A-1-1-31. EOD Disposal Procedures.

TM 60A-1-1-36. Surface Range Clearance General Information.

TM 60A-2-1-38. Removal of Lodged Projectiles from Gun Tubes.

TM 60A-2-1-59. Disruption of Surface UXO by Gunfire.

TOE 09446L000. HHD, Ordnance Battalion, EOD.

TOE 09447L000. Ordnance Company, EOD.

TOE 09527L Series. EOD Control/Detachment/Response Teams

TOE 09627L000. Ordnance Group (EOD).

TOE 09747L000. Ordnance Company (EOD) (CONUS Support).

TOE 51001L00. HHC, TA.

Nonmilitary Publications

Code of Federal Regulations, Title 29 (29 CFR). Labor.

Code of Federal Regulations, Title 40 (40 CFR). Protection of Environment.

Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49 (49 CFR). Transportation.

(NOTE: CFR publications are orderable through the United States Government Printing Office, Superintendent of Documents, Mail Stop: SSOP, Washington, DC 20402-9328.)

Munitions Countermeasure Manual (MCM) . To get a copy, write to the US Secret Service, Technical Security Division, Munition Countermeasure Section, Old Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20500.


These documents must be available to the intended users of this publication.

Army Publications

AR 190-11. Physical Security of Arms, Ammunition and Explosives. 30 September 1993.

AR 190-13. The Army Physical Security Program. 30 September 1993.

AR 380-150. Access to and Dissemination of Restricted Data. 15 August 1982.

AR 385-10. Army Safety Program. 23 May 1988.

AR 385-11. Ionizing Radiation Protection (Licensing, Control, Transportation, Disposal, and Radiation Safety). 1 May 1980.

AR 385-63. Policies and Procedures for Firing Ammunition for Training, Target Practice, and Combat. 15 October 1983.

AR 385-64. Ammunition and Explosives Safety Standards. 22 May 1987.

AR 385-65. Identification of Inert Ammunition and Ammunition Components. 15 April 1983.

DA Form 1355. Minefield Record. March 1987.

DA Form 2028. Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms. February 1974.

DA Form 3265-R. Explosive Ordnance Incident Report. February 1989.

DA Form 4149-R. EOD Activity and Status Report. August 1978.

DA Pam 351-4. U.S. Army Formal Schools Catalog. 30 October 1993.

DA Pam 385-1. Small Unit Safety Officer/NCO Guide. 22 September 1993.

DD Form 1141. Record of Occupational Exposure to Ionizing Radiation. May 1967.

DD Form 1926. Explosive Ordnance Disposal Civil Support Release and Reimbursement Agreement. September 1973.

FM 3-5. NBC Contamination. 17 November 1993.

FM 5-250. Explosives and Demolitions. 15 June 1992.

GTA 9-12-1. UXO Procedures. 1992.

TM 9-1300-206. Ammunition and Explosives Standards (w/changes). 30 August 1973.


These readings contain relevant supplemental information.

Army Publications

AR 1-4. Employment of Department of the Army Resources in Support of the United States Secret Service. 1 October 1979.

AR 385-26. Use of Explosives and Pyrotechnics in Public Demonstrations, Exhibitions, and Celebrations. 10 October 1967.

AR 611-105. Selection, Processing, and Training of Officer Volunteers for Explosive Ordnance Disposal Duty. 3 September 1985.

AR 614-200. Selection of Enlisted Soldiers for Training and Reassignment. 5 July 1984.

FM 55-10. Movement Control in a Theater of Operations. 8 December 1992.

FM 90-13-1. Combined Arms Breaching Operations. 28 February 1991.

FM 90-14. Rear Battle. 10 June 1985.

FM 100-5. Operations. 14 June 1993.

FM 101-5. Staff Organization and Operations. 25 May 1984.

TC 5-400. Unit Leaders' Handbook for Environmental Stewardship. 29 September 1994.

TM 9-1185 Series. EOD Procedures. (Various Titles and Dates).

TM 9-1300-277. General Instructions for Demilitarization/Disposal of Conventional Munitions. 31 March 1982.

TM 9-1375-213-34. Direct Support and General Support Maintenance Manual (lncluding Repair Parts and Special Tools List) for Demolition Materials. 30 March 1973.

TM 43-0002-31. Destruction of Chemical Weapons and Defense Equipment to Prevent Enemy Use. 8 December 1982.

TM 43-0002-33. Destruction of Conventional Ammunition and Improved Conventional Munitions (ICM) to Prevent Enemy Use. 15 November 1993.

Note: None of the following TM 60A-series publications appear in the DA Pamphlet 25-30 index of Army publications. However, all EOD units have access to them.

TM 60A Series. General EOD information, tools, and techniques.

TM 60A-1-1-12. Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) Hazards, Precautions, & General Procedures.

TM 60A-1-1-13. Electrical Grounding Procedures.

TM 60A-1-1-18. General EOD Information, Techniques, & Tools (Surface Fuze Stripping Guide).

TM 60A-2-1-1. Tape & Line Techniques.

TM 60A-2-1-3. US Tool Set, MK 2 MOD 1 (Caliber .50 Dearmer); Operation, Maintenance & IPB.

TM 60A-2-1-4. US Tool Set, MD 3 MOD 5; Operation, Maintenance, and IPB.

TM 60A-2-1-11. US Explosive Ordnance (OP 1664, Volume 1).

TM 60A-2-1-12. US Explosive Ordnance (OP 1664,).

TM 60A-2-1-15. Civil War Explosive Ordnance.

TM 60A-2-1-35. US Ammunition Color Coding.

TM 60A-2-1-36. NATO & Unaligned European Countries Ammunition Color Coding.

TM 60A-2-1-42. US Tool Sets, Radiographic (X-Ray), MK 32 MODS 0 & 1; Operation, Maintenance & IPB.

TM 60A-2-1-43. Operation & Maintenance of EOD Tool Set, Fiberscope (EOD), MK 1 MOD 0.

TM 60A-2-1-46. US Tool Set, MK 1 MOD 3 (Remote Wrench); Operation, Maintenance, & IPB.

TM 60A-2-1-50. Procedures for Use of Powder Activated Cutters, MK 23 MOD 0 & MK 24 MOD 0 (EXROD).

TM 60A-2-1-52. US Tool Set, MK 22 MOD 0 (Surface Ordnance Locator); Operation, Maintenance & IPB.

TM 60A-2-1-58. US Tool Set, MK 26 MOD 0, Locator, Ordnance (Forester); Operation, Maintenance & IPB.

TM 60A-2-1-60. Methods of External Fuze Gagging/Immobilization.

TM 60A-2-1-63-1. Removal of Lodged Projectiles from US Mortar, 60-MM, M224.

TM 60A-2-1-63-2. Removal of Lodged Projectiles from US Mortar, 81-MM, M29, M29A1 & M252.

TM 60A-2-1-63-3. Removal of Lodged Projectiles from US Mortar, 4.2-IN, M30 & Subcaliber, 60-MM, M31.

TM 60A-35-1-1(C) USSR & Soviet Block Nations Ammunition Color Coding.

Commander's Guide to Environmental Management. May 1993. (This publication can be obtained by writing the U.S. Army Environmental Center (Attn: Technical Information Center), Aberdeen Proving Ground, Edgewood, Maryland 21010-5401 or by calling the Army Environmental Hotline, DSN 584-1699.)

Nonmilitary Publications

18 USC 1385 Crimes and Criminal Procedure, (1964). To use a copy, go to your local legal office.

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