(b) Using key ring, reattach 27-inch
lanyard to flare disconnect.
Dispose of damaged flares in accordance with TM 9-
1300-206 and AR 385-63.
(c) Remove safety lanyard package
(m) Repack serviceable flares and store
and return to original shipping container.
for reuse in accordance with (3) below.
(d) Remove flare from trough.
(e) Continue with procedures in (1) (o)
(3) Storage for reuse. Before other stocks
through (q) above.
are opened store serviceable flares for immediate reuse
(f) Replace flare in original shipping
container and tape or strap closed in accordance with
(a) Do not attempt to replace flares in
packing procedure in chapter 4. Use repacked flares
first in subsequent launchings.
(b) Stack unpacked flares on dunnage
3-9. Operation under Unusual Conditions
and cover with tarpaulin or otherwise provide protection
pending reuse. (See chapter 5 for storage suggestions.)
Operation of this flare under unusual conditions is the
same as under normal conditions. However, during
(4) Return to as-shipped condition. To return
operation in an Arctic environment, taping will be
serviceable stocks to as-shipped condition, follow
performed in a warm structure.
disarming procedure in (1) (a) through (g) above. Then,
proceed as follows:
(a) Remove tape covering fastener and