slinging/tiedo- provisions shall be labeled `LIFT' `TIEDOWN', OR `LIFT
TIEDOWN' as appropriate, in 1-inch (2.54 cm) high letters.
Unless otherwise specified
trucks shall meet the requirements of MIL-STD-1791 for air transport in U.S.
Air Force C-130, C-41 and C5-A aircraft.
3.1O.3 Rail transportability. Unles otherwise specified (6.2) the
truck shall be rail transportable in CONUS and NATO countries without
restrictions. The truck shall have a dimensional profile within within the Gabarit
International de Chargement (GIC) in accordance with MTMC/TEA pamphlet 70-1,
outline diagram when loaded on a 50-inch (127 cm) high rail car. The truck
shall be capable of withstanding shock loads resulting from rail impact
testing in accordance with 18.104.22.168 without failure, damage, or permanent
3.10.4 Highway transportability. The truck when loaded on a semitrailer/
tractor, shall be within the highway permit limits of all States.
3.10.5 Water transportability. Unless otherwise specified (see 6.2) the
trucks shall be marine transportable on container or breakbulk cargo ships.
3.11 Engine. The truck shall be furnished with a gasoline, diesel or
liquified petroleum gas, internal combustion engine as specified in 6.2. The
engine shall be covered by engine cowl or hood which can be opened or removed
without tools. The engine shall be capable of operating on the applicable
military lubricants specified in 3.9.2. If a diesel engine is furnished it
shall operate on fuel conforming to both W-F-800 grade DF2 and MIL-T-83133.
If a gasoline engine is furnished it shall operate on fuel conforming to
3.11.1 Gasoline or diesel engine fuel system. A fuel filter shall be
provided and shall be accessible without removal of other components, from
above or from the side. The fuel system shall include a water separator
located in the fuel line before the fuel filter, with provisions for draining
sediment. The capacity of the fuel tamk shall insure not less then 8 hours of
continuous operation during first article endurance testing (see 22.214.171.124).
The tank shall be equipped with a safety filler-cap assembly painted with red
enamel for gasoline system and green enamel for diesel system and shall
incorporate a self-closing cap with retaining device, removable strainer, and
means for padlocking. The fuel tank shall be equipped with a drain plug at
the lowest point of the tank so that fuel can be completely drained. The
drain plug shall be removable with hand tools without having to remove any
other component. Fuel type shall be stenciled near fuel cap (see 3.26.1).
3.11.2 Liquified petroleum gas engine fuel system. A fuel filter shall be
provided and shall be accessible from above or from the side without removal
of other components. The capacity of the fuel container shall insure not less
than 6 hours of continuous operation during first article endurance testing
specified in 126.96.36.199. An automatic shut-off valve shall be provided in the