blocks the "TO SHELTER" port in the closed position. In the open position, the door blocks
the "TO PROT ENT" port (i.e. the. "TO SHELTER" port is not blocked).
6.4 Interplant shipment. Packaging and marking for interplant shipment is for supplies
and materials that do not directly enter the military supply system. Typical interplant ship-
ments are shipments from a vendor to a subcontractor or a prime contractor, or between
contractors and subcontractors, or from a vendor or contractor to a military arsenal, plant,
or other activity for evaluation immediate use. or further processing as specified in the
6.5 Submission of alternat ive inspection provisions. Proposed alternative inspection
provisions should be submitted by the contractor to the procuring contracting officer for
evaluation and approval by the technical activity responsible for preparation of this specifi-
6.6 Changes from previous issues. Marginal notations are not used in this revision to
identify changes with respect to the previous issue due to the extensiveness of the changes.
6.7 Subject term (key word) listing.
Compartment control module
Army - EA
Project No. 4240-A008