(2) One 1/2-lb. charge inside of each drive
Saturate this packing with gasoline, oil, or diesel
fuel and ignite.
(3) One 1/2-lb. charge inside of each steer-
b. Submersion. Totally submerge the fork lift
truck in a body of water to provide water dam-
age and concealment. Salt water will damage
Note. The above are minimum requirements for
metal parts more than fresh water.
(4) One 1/2-lb. charge inside of control
All operators should receive thorough training
(5) One 1/2-lb. charge on hydraulic oil
in the destruction of the fork lift truck. Refer to
pump and motor.
FM 5-25. Simulated destruction, using all of the
(6) One 1/2-lb. charge on the differential.
methods listed above, should be included in the
(7) Two 1/2-lb. charges on traveling motor.
(8) Two 1/2-lb. charges inside of battery
operator training program. It must be empha-
sized in training, that demolition operations are
usually necessitated by critical situations when
b. Weapons Fire. Fire on the fork lift truck
time available for carrying out destruction is
with the heaviest practical weapons available.
limited. For this reason, it is necessary that op-
erators be thoroughly familiar with all methods
4-6. Other Demolition Methods
of destruction of equipment, and be able to
a. Burning. Pack rags, clothing, or canvas,
carry out demolition instructions without refer-
under, around, and inside the fork lift truck.
ence to this or any other manual.