Washington DC: Department of the Army, Headquarters, 1992. Later printing. Wraps with attachment. Approximately 4 inches by 5.75 inches. Various paginations (32 pages plus covers). Figures. Tabular Data. This Manual supersedes TB CML 92, 14 Feb 63, including all changes. This manual includes Chapter 1. Introduction with a General discussion and a Description. Chapter 2 Operating Instruction includes section I. The ABC-M1A1 RADIAC Calculator and II The M4A1 Nuclear Yield Calculator. With the printed manual is a plastic bag with the designator Calculator Set, RADIAC and Nuclear Yield: BC-M28A1 NSC 6665-00-130-3616. Inside are RADIAC Calculator , ABC-M1A1 which has Instructions on one side and three multicolor circular elements on the other side. The circular calculator has a 4.5 inch diameter. A second disc, entitled Calculator, Nuclear Yield ABC M4A1 is also present with calculation elements on both side. This second circular calculator also has a 4.5 inch diameter. There is a plastic insert with text on each side. One side states Sample Calculations, Calculator, Nuclear Yield, ABC M4A1. The other side states Sample Problem: ABC-M1A1, RADIAC Calculator.
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Washington DC: United States, Department of the Army, Headquarters, 1977. Presumed first printing thus. Wraps. Stapled on the left side and three-hole punched. Various paginations (approximately 175 pages, illustrations, fold-out. Front cover is illustrated and has wear and soiling. Writing on spine area. Rear cover is missing but this document appears to be otherwise complete. This FM supersedes FM 21-40, 17 May 1971, including all changes. Immediate Action Interim Change No. I01 dated 12 February 1982 (4 pages) laid in. This disseminates the revised first aid procedure for nerve agent poisoning and was considered critical in view of the recent replacement of nerve agent antidote with atropine. This manual tells how units of the United States Army can use the principles and techniques of nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) defense in the conduct of combat operations. The probability that the U.S. Army will be outnumbered at the start of any future war makes it essential that every unit gain the highest level of survival proficiency and basic operational skills. The concepts of training to fight and factually fighting under NBC conditions are the same. This manual services two purposes. It provides doctrine and guidance for the commander and his staff in NBC defense, an d it provides the technical information necessary for chemical personnel and other personnel assigned NBC defense duties to evaluate NBC situations and advise their commander.
Washington DC: Department of the Army, Headquarters, 1963. Presumed First printing thus [supersedes prior guidance]. Wraps. Three-hole punched, with one staple on the left side. 163,  pages, illustrations (Figures and Tables). Footnotes. Ink notations on spine and bottom edge. Stapled on left side and three hole punched. So,e cover wear and soiling. This manual together with FM 101-31-1, 1 February 1963, and FM 101-31-1, 1 February 1963, and FM 101-31-3, 1 February 1963, supersedes FM 101-31, 20 July 1959, including C 1, 29 Jun 2 1961; FM 101-31 (modified), 15 September 1960; DA Pam 39-1, 20 May 1959; and DA Training Circular 101-1, 8 December 1958, including C 2, 14 June 1060. The contents include: Introduction, Initial Effects of Nuclear Weapons, Target Analysis, Command Responsibilities, Staff Procedures and Techniques of Employment, Operations in Residual Radiation Areas; Protective Measures, Appendices, and Index. This manual provides guidance to commanders and staff officers in the operational and logistical aspects of nuclear weapons employment in combat operations. The doctrine presented in this manual is concerned with nuclear weapons employment with the field army. When the manual discusses special ammunition logistics, vulnerability analyses and the employment of nuclear weapons in such areas as air defense the scope is extended to include the theater of operations. In addition, some portions of this manual are applicable to Continental United States air defense.
Washington DC: U.S. Army Headquarters, 1996. Presumed First Edition, First printing thus. Wraps. Three-hole punched and staplebound. Distribution Restriction--authorized to U.S. Government agencies only. Various paginations (approx. 100 pages). Figures. Glossary. References. Index. Cover creased and has some wear and soiling. This manual establishes Army doctrine for operations in a nuclear environment and details the doctrine for integrating nuclear consideration into all other aspects of the battlefield. It also describes the Army's role in nominating tragets at corps and above levels and protecting the force from the effects of a nuclear weapons detonation. Nuclear employment in a theater of operations has theater strategic, operational, and tactical results; execution has national strategic implications. The corps' role is to function at either the tactical or operational levels of war. At the tactical level, the corps accomplishes missions as Field Manual (FM) 199-15 describes. At the operational level, when directed and augmented, the corps functions as either the Army force (ARFOR), the joint force land component command (JFLCC), or a joint task force (JTF). By viewing the corps in its many possible roles, the reader can also discern nuclear procedures for echelons above corps (EAC) and joint missions. This manual can help educate and train commanders and staff at corps and operations levels in nuclear operations and educate and train divisions in nuclear force protection. It is used with Joint Publications (JP) 3-12.1, 3-12.2 (SRD), or 3-12.3 and serves as the bridge between joint and Army doctrine. It is also uses with FM 25-50, which contains training doctrine for nuclear survivability.