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MIL-T-14382W No smoking signs. Signs reading "NO SMOKING IN MEDICAL VEHICLES" shall
be prominently displayed, one in the driver's and one in the patients' compartment. The signs
shall be not less than 3-1/2 inches high and 5 inches wide. The letters shall be red on a
contrasting background. Identification and instruction plates. All operating controls for equipment in the
patient's compartment and for ambulance equipment shall be provided with identification plates
and, as appropriate, with caution, warning and instruction plates. Plates shall conform to
composition A (class 1 or 2) or composition C of MIL-P-514. Rustproofing. When specified (see 6.2), the vehicle shall be rustproofed in
accordance with FED-STD-297. When specified (see 6.2), tropical rustproofing in accordance
with FED-STD-297 shall be furnished. Towing devices. Not less than two hooks, loops, or pins for towing the vehicle shall
be furnished on the front of the vehicle. Wood treatment. Wood shall be treated in accordance with MIL-STD-1223. Brushguard. The vehicle shall be equipped with a radiator and headlamp
brushguard. Drive hubs. Unless interaxle compensating devices between front and rear axles are
furnished, manual or automatic drive hubs, for disengaging the front wheels from the power train,
shall be provided. Trailer towing package. When specified (see 6.2), a trailer towing package
consisting of a pintle, safety chain attachment devices, a lighting receptacle, and associated
reinforcements and wiring shall be installed on the rear of the vehicle. The pintle shall be of the
fixed type conforming to MS51335-2 and shall be installed on the chassis frame with
reinforcements to transfer a vertical tongue load of not less than 1,800 pounds and a horizontal
drawbar load of not less than 18,000 pounds directly to the chassis rails. The rearmost portion of
the pintle shall be forward but not more than four inches forward of the rearmost part of the
vehicle. Two trailer safety chain attachment devices, one adjacent to each side of the pintle, shall
be provided. Each attachment device shall provide an ultimate strength at least equal to the
GVW of the truck furnished. The attachment devices shall be capable of accommodating a
standard grab hook (2-3/16 inches wide, 47/64 inch thick, and 31/64-inch throat width) for a
3/8-inch chain. The lighting receptacle, conforming to SAE J560, with its conductors connected
and color coded as specified therein, shall be mounted in a readily accessible location near the

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