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Change FM30 Septemberas follows: File this transmittal sheet in front of the publication. This change includes Change 1, 30 June Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
By Order of the Secretary of the Army: To be distributed in accordance with the initial distribution numberrequirements for FM A Installation Using the M Fuse A Removal Using the M Fuse Firing Devices and Activators A Arming and Disarming D-1 F, Mine Canister D Outside Friendly Territory D Within Friendly Territory D Scatterable Minefield Warning D Scatterable Minefield Report and Record E-5 M16 Antipersonnel Mine E-5 M18A1 Antipersonnel Munition F Recording and Mine-Data Tracking Methods of actuating mines AHD fn a release mechanism AHD not attached to the mine Tactical versus protective obstacles Vehicle mine encounter probability versus minefield density TF obstacle-intent integration and priorities Example counternine minefield resourcing Marking of minefields and obstacle groups Sample obstacle-turnover work sheet Volcano disrupt and fix minefields Volcano turn and block minefields MOPMS emplacement and safety zone MOPMS in a disrupt minefield MOPMS in a fix minefield SLAM in bottom-attack mode SLAM in side-attack mode Countermie in timed-demolition mode SLAM in command-detonation mode Hornet reinforcing a conventional minefield Hornet reinforcing a Volcano minefield Hornet gauntlet obstacle one cluster Hornet gauntlet obstacle platoon Opefations turn-and fix-obstacle groups Buried mine with pressure plate Buried mine with tilt rod Buried and concealed mines Minefield requirements computation work sheet Step-by-step procedures for completing the minefield requirements computation work sheet Laying a minefield continued Laying an IOE short row Sample strip feeder report Laying a row minefield Measuring distances between mines with sandbags Sample DA Form for a row minefield front Sample DA Form for a row minefield back Standardized disrupt and fix row minefields Standardized turn row minefield Standardized block row minefield Arrangement of clusters in a mine strip IOE baseline with short strips Clusters on an IOE short strip Minefield lanes and gaps Laying and fusing mines Sample DA Form R Mine-blade width compared to track-vehicle widths Mine-roller width compared to track-vehicle widths CEV with mine rake NATO standard marking for limited visibility Sweep teams in echelon Area clearance site layout Sample enemy obstacle report Sample route status report Sample mine incident report Sample DA Form front side for river mining Sample DA Form inside for river mining Building sketch and mine plan DA Form Probable M14 AP mine emplacement Probable M16 AP mine emplacement Probable M18A1 AP mine emplacement AT mine emplacement in urban areas AT mine emplacement in industrial and transportation areas Typical electric and nonelectric booby traps Sample DA Form front side for a booby-trapped area Sample DA Form inside for a booby-trapped area Improvised nonelectric FDs shear-pin operated Improvised nonelectric FDs spring-operated Improvised, electric delay devices Improvised, nonelectric delay devices HE, artillery-shell AT device Removal of safety clip A-4 xiii C2 Page Figure A Bottom view of M14 mine M16A1 mine and M25 wrench Buried mine with a trip wire Metal collar on an M fuse Greasing the M fuse Tightening the fuse with the extension rod M15 mine in the hole Assembly of the extension rod into the fuse ring Removal of safety pin