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CHAPTER 3 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS - TM-10-4210-235-13_72
TM 10-4210-235-13 2-18.  NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL (NBC) DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURES NOTE Detailed decon procedures can be found in: FM 3-3, FM 3-4, and FM 3-5. Decon procedures take time.  Do as much as you can based on the tactical situation. a. General The following emergency procedures can be performed until field NBC decon facilities are available. b. Emergency  Procedures:    If  NBC  attack  is  known  or  suspected  Mask  at  once  and  continue  mission    If  outside, follow decon procedures below to avoid taking contamination into controlled area Do not unmask until told to do so. (1) Nuclear decontamination.  Brush fallout from skin, clothing, and equipment with available brushes, rags, and tree branches Wash skin and have radiation check made as soon as tactical situation permits. (2) Biological decontamination Remain masked and continue mission until told to unmask WARNING Do not use decontamination spray on personnel It could cause personal injury. (3) Chemical detection and decontamination: (a) Use M8 paper from the M256 Chemical Agent Detector Kit or M9 paper to determine If liquid agent is present on the equipment (b) If exposure to liquid agent is known or suspected, clean exposed skin, clothing, personal gear, and equipment, in that order using M258A1 kit.  Use the buddy system.  Wash exposed skin and thoroughly decontaminate as soon as tactical situation permits. (c) If  the  M8  or  M9  paper  indicates  that  liquid  chemical  agent  is  present  on  the  equipment,  use  the NBCM 1I decon apparatus for decon of equipment 2-55/(2-56 blank)

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