A film titled 'Decontamination on Armored Vehicles' shows how to test for the presence of a war gas on an armored vehicle and then shows several decontamination procedures. An aircraft in flight sprays a war gas. A tank moves on a field. U.S. soldiers carry gas in a tank and attach it to the wing of the aircraft. The aircraft taxis and takes off. The aircraft sprays war gas over an armored vehicle. The tank covered with the war gas. A U.S. soldier wearing a gas mask puts a mustard chemical in a container and sprays it on specific parts of the tank. A soldier makes a blue mark on the mustard surface. A soldier puts a special chemical through a syringe. A soldier works on the syringe. Two soldiers wearing gas masks. A soldier stands on the tank. The soldier puts a vacuum bottle in the tank and stands holding the vacuum bottle. A soldier sprays DAMC, a non corrosive decontamination agent, on the tank. The tank moves. After two hours, a soldier wearing a gas mask sprays DAMC on the tank. Another soldier sprays the mustard chemical. The tank moves over a mud area. Mud stuck on the wheels is taken as a sample for a test. The soldiers on the tank spray chlorinated lime on the mud. The chlorinated lime in water. The tank moves into water to remove the mud. A soldier removes the mud from the tank. Several decontamination procedures being used. A soldier sprays hot steam all over the tank. Another soldier sprays DAMC . A soldier records the test result.
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