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MIL-T-13906H (AL)
5.1.1.1.  Disassembly.  When practical, items shall be disassembled to
afford protectiotn of components, attachments, and accessories against damage,
pilferage and to reduce cubae,  Disassembled parts shall be clearly and
legibly marked as to identity and proper location on the assembled item and
matchmarked when necessary to facilitate reassembly.  Removed parts and mating
parts on the item shall be matchmarkedby stenciling on the part or by the use
of tags.  Tags shall be waterproof and ink used shall e waterproof. Tags
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shall be firmly secured to each individual part. All fasteners removed during
disassembly shall be reinstalled in one of the mating parts.  A part shall not
be disassembled unless it can be readily assembled in the field without
special skills or tools.
5.1.1.3. Cleaning and drying. Component parts, disassembled parts,
attachments, accessories, assembly, hardware and small miscellaneous parts
Shall be cleaned, dried, preserved, packaged and packed like the basic unit
and as specified herein.  Cleaning shall be in accordance with method C-1 of
MIL-P-116 except that no class 1 ozone depleting substances such as 1.1.1
trichloroethane, chlorofluorocarbons, halons or carbon tetrachloride shall be
used. Drying shall be accomplished by any applicable means stated in
MIL-P-116.
* 5.1.1.4.  Preservation.  Immediately after cleaning and drying,
surfaces that are subject to corrosion or deterioration shall be treated with
a P-type preservative. Preservation shall be in accordance with any
applicable method of MIL-P-116 except that preservative such as P-6 shall not
be used. Excessive use of preservative compounds shall be avoided.
Preservative compounds shall not be applied to plastic, corrosion resistant
metal, or metal that is treated or painted to resist corrosion.
5.1.1.5.  Technical data.  Technical data furnished shall be placed in a
waterproof, greaseproof bag, sealed and and attached to the table or placed in
the box containing the table.
5.1.1.6. Locks and keys  The interior of the locks shall be mated with
dry lubricant and operated to assure penetration of the lubricant.  The locks
with keys attached shall be placed in waterproof, greaseproof bag sealed
attached in a conspicuous place to the worktable with tape conforming to
PPP-T-60.
5.1.2.  Level c.  Worktables and shelving shall be preserved in
accordance with MIL-STD-1190.
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