The procedure of decontamination after a gas attack on open vehicles and tanks in the United States.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:2 min 46 sec Sound:Yes
A U.S. Army training film about decontamination procedures during a war. Soldiers decontaminate an open vehicle like a half truck. They hand spray on the vehicle and rub it with a swab. They clean it on up wind side then turn it around and clean. Tanks are brought to a safer area and are turned facing the wind. A soldier opens a hatch and rubs the entrance with decontamination saturated rag. He then uses one o one half quarter sprayer. Then the soldiers clean the surface of the tank. They clean all the other parts of the tank especially openings air ways. A three gallon apparatus filled with non coronation and chlorinated lime is applied on the tank.
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