5.2.2 Level B packing. one-hundred forty-four bandoleers,
preserved as specified in 5.1, shall be packed in snug-fitting
fiberboard shipping container conforming to style RSC-L, type CF
(variety SW) or SF, class domestic, grade 275 of PPP-B-636. The
inside dimensions of the shipping container shall approximate 16
inches in length, 12 inches in width and 18 inches in depth.
Approximate dimensions are furnished as a guide only. Each
container shall have the contents completely covered on the top and
bottem with a sheet of 30-pound minimum basis weight kraft paper
conforming to type 1, grade of UU-P-268. Each shipping container
shall be closed in accordance with method II as specified in the
appendix of PPP-B-636, except that inspection shal be in accordance
188.8.131.52 weather-resistant fiberboard container. When specified
(see 6.2) , the shipping container shall be a grade V3c, V3s, or V4S
fiberboard box fabricated in accordance with PPP-B-636 and closed in
accordance with method III as specified in the appendix of PPP-B-636
except that the inspection shall be in accordance with 4.4.6.
5.2.3 Commercial packing. Bandoleers, preserved as specified
in 5.1, shall be packed in accordance with ASTM-D-3951.
5.3 Palletization. When specified (see 6.2) , bandoleers,
packed as specified in 5.2, shall be palletized in accordance with
load type la of MIL-STD-147. Pallet type shall be type I (4-way
entry) , type IV or type V in accordance with MIL-STD-147.
5.4 Markinq. In addition to any special marking required by
the contract or purchase order, shipping containers and palletized
unit loads shall be marked in accordance with MIL-STD-129 or
ASTM-D-3951, as applicable.
6.1 Intended use. The bandoleer is designed to accommodate and
carry two M86 mines. The bandoleer is provided with a support strap
to be worn over the shoulder and a let tie down loop located on the
bottom. The bandoleer is of the expendable type.
Acquisition documents should specify the
6.2 Ordering data.
Title, name, and date of this document.
b. When a first article sample is required (see 3.1, 4.3, and
Selection of the applicable levels of preservation and
packing (see 5.1 and 5.2) .