ARMY TM 10-834022413
AIR FORCE TO 35E5-6-1
Cut and remove retaining straps holding crate to
pallet. Remove crate from wooden pallet.
Position crate to be unpacked with the top facing up.
Open the crate, remove padding material, and set it
aside. Do not cut, rip, or otherwise damage the
Lift the components from the crate.
b. Shipping Material. Save the shipping crate and any padding
material for reuse.
c. Checking Unpacked Equipment. Inspect the unpacked
components for damage, completeness, and application of
applicable Modification Work Orders (MWOs) as follows:
(1) Damage. Check the equipment for damage incurred during
shipment. Report any damage on DD Form 6, Packaging Improvement
Report. Also note damage on DA Form 2404, Equipment Inspection
and Maintenance Worksheet, and initiate corrective maintenance
procedures in accordance with Section III of this chapter.
(2) Completeness. Inspect the contents of the shipment
against the packing slip to see if any items are missing (See
Appendix C, Components of End Item). Report any discrepancies
noted in accordance with instructions in DA Pam 738750. The
equipment can be placed in service even if accessory or other
parts/assemblies that are not affecting proper functioning, are
(3) Modifications. Check DA Pam 2530 to see if there is
any MWO applicable to the TEMPER components you are unpacking. If
an MWO is listed, check to see if it has been applied to the
equipment. The MWO number will be shown on the case/bag near the
equipment nomenclature. If a current MWO is listed in DA Pam 25
30 but there is no evidence that it has been applied to the
equipment you are unpacking, note discrepancy on DA Form 2404,
Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet.
Section III. UNIT TROUBLESHOOTING
4-6. GENERAL. Table 41 lists common malfunctions of the
equipment and contains instructions for unit personnel diagnosing
and correcting each malfunction. Perform the indicated steps in
the order listed.