TM 10-1670-292-23&P 0001 00
Exercise extreme care when using petroleum products to destroy
equipment by fire, as these materials are highly flammable.
Improper handling may cause injury to personnel.
Destruction by Fire. Items that can be destroyed by fire shall be burned. The destruction of equipment
by use of fire is and effective method of destroying low-melting-point metal items (e.g., side rails, threaded
portions of nuts and bolts, and platforms). However, mechanical destruction should be completed first,
whenever possible, before initiating destruction by fire. When items to be destroyed are made of metal,
textile materials (or some comparable low combustible material) should be packed under and around the
items, then soaked with a flammable petroleum product and ignited. Proper concentration of equipment
that is suitable for burning will provide a hotter and more destructive fire.
Destruction by Use of Natural Surroundings. Small vital parts of assemblies, that are easily
accessible, may be disposed of as follows: Disposal or denial of equipment to an enemy may be
accomplished through use of natural surroundings. Accessible vital parts of assemblies may be removed
and scattered through dense foliage, buried in dirt or sand, or thrown into a lake, stream, or other body of
water. Total submersion of equipment in a body of water will provide water damage as well as
concealment. Salt water will inflict extensive damage to air delivery equipment.
PREPARATION FOR STORAGE AND SHIPMENT
For storage and shipment, refer to TM 10-1670-201-23/T.O. 13C-1-41/NAVAIR 13-1-17, and WP 0039 00;
for shipment, refer to WP 0040 00 of this manual.
The MC1-1C/MC1-1D Troop Back Parachute Assembly does not contain warranty provisions.
NOMENCLATURE CROSS-REFERENCE LIST
MC1-1C Troop Back Parachute Assembly, 35-Foot Diameter
MC1-1D Troop Back Parachute Assembly, 35-Foot Diameter
Universal Static Line
LIST OF ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
Beyond Economic Repair
Basis of Issue
Commercial and Government Entity Code