U.S. DOD Form dod-opnavinst-8070-1b

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U.S. DOD Form dod-opnavinst-8070-1b
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*AR 743-32
*OPNAVINST
8070.1 B
*AFR 1364
*MC() 4030J5B”
ARMY REGULATION
No. 740-32
OPNAV I~STRUCTION
I
DEPAR1’MENl’S
OF THE ARMY,
THE NAVY. AND THE AIR FORCE
No. 8070.111
AKR FORCE,REWJL~TIO~
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MARINE
Corn% ORDER
No. 4030.25B
WASHINGTON, DC, 6 Jum
1975
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STORAGE
AND
SUPPLY
ACTIVITIES
RESPONSIBILITIES
FOR TECHNICAL
DANGEROUS MATERIALS
ESCORT OF
Thi8 publicat
ion has been revi8ed to direct compliance
With public law8pertaining
to dangerous
herein.
All refer ence8 to “cla88 A poi80n8°
and “incapacitating
agentd ’
term “chemical
agent?
Local 8upplemen.
have been deleted and are replaced with the militarg
i8 prohibited,
except upon approval of the Deputg
tation of thi8 regulation
within the US Arrw
Chief of Staff for Logi8tic8 (HQDA (DALO-SMS)).
article8
de8cribed
Paragrnph
Purpose
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Policy _-___ --------------------------------------------------------------:----
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Definitions ------------------------------------------------------------------Shipments requirirw teclmlcal escort~-----------------------------------------ltesponsiMHties--------------------------------------------------------------­
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1. Purpose.
This regulation
delineates the responsibilities of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps.
and the Air Force wit h re.gnrd to the opcrat ion:ll
tethnical, materiel and administ rn~ive aspects of
technical escort of shipments of the dangerous
materials named in paragraph 2.
2. Policy. The Military Services will comply with
all laws find regulations of’ the Congress, Federal
and civil regulating boclies governing the movement of chemical agents, etiological and radioactive materials, and biological defense research
materials.
3. Definitions. For the purpose of this regulation,
the following definitions apply:
a. ?’echnicd
escort.
Individuals
technically
quxlified and properly equil)ped to accompany
designated nmterial requiring a high degree of
safety and/or securit~+ during shipment.
b. Chemical agent. A chemical substance which
is intended for use in military operations to kill,
*This
regulation
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seritiusly injure, or incapacitate man through its
chemical properties. Excluded from considerate ions
are riot control agents, chemical herbicides, s]noli~
b
and flame.
c. fVer ue ayent. A lethal toxic chemical agent
which is absorbed into the body by breathing, by
ingestion or through the skin and affects the nerv­
ous and respiratory
systems and various body
f(lnctions.
d. Riot control agent. A chemical that prodliccs
temporary irritating or disabling effects wIw]l i I)
contact with the eyes or when inhaled.
Micro-org:~­
e. Biologid
research
material
nisms which are used for research and which call.se
disease in man, plants, or animals, or cause t lle
deterioration of materiel.
f. l?tio70gicaZ materia7. The cause of any of tl)e
diseases listed in title 42, paragraph 72.25, ‘iPUlJ­
lic Health” Code of Federal Regulation, or of any
diswwes which may later be prescribed by the 51ur­
8070.1A/AFR
13&4/MCO
4030.25A, 8 August
1972.
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,SU1’VkC. In
Iddi ­
tion, the term “et iological mat erial” includes any
biological material designated by the Secretary of
.lgriclllturc
under the terms of the agreement be­
twmn the Sccrct aries of Agriclllt urc and Defense
concerning the sl]ipmcnt of IJotrntially dangerous
biological research nloteri:ll.
q. Dunqerous material. lfatcrial
listed in title
49, l)aragraph 172.5, Code of ~edcral Regll]ations
(R. M. Graziano’s Tariff 23 or succeedin: isucs
tlmreof).
lL. L’utlioactit’emaferi/17s. Any material orcom­
binttion
of m:derials
tl]ot s[)ontanemls]y
emit
radiation, grncrally nlplm or betu particles, often
acconlpaniwl I)y (;al)ln)a R:I)s floln the nuclei of
an unstable isotope and IIav]ng a specific activity
of greater t]~an 0.002 microcnries per gram back­
ground radiation. All radioactive materials which
require Ikpartmrmt, of Transportfitiorr waiver or
special permit for sllipmrnt.
i. Z?ltratl/eate?’, sl~;pJtz?~~t,s..iny nloverocnt of ap­
plicable munitions occurring within a thwrt m- after
initial delivery by ,irmy
kchnical
escort
person­
nel to tlw
designate(l
theater
entry
point.
Technhd
Courier. A rlearcd collrier who is
q~lalified to provide scicnt ific information concern­
ing the nature of the material being transported,
m]d who can give technical ndvice <asto procedures
to he followed concerl~illg sc~~~ility,saf[~ty oraczi­
dcnts (Air Forcc only).
requiring
technical
escorts.
a.
4. Shipments
Tcchn ical escorts arc rcqlli red to :Icconlpany ship­
ments of cl]cmical agents wllrn tile shipments ex­
ceed, in volume, the space occupied by 100 pounds
of water ( I.(I cubic feet or 11.9 gallons). Further,
technical escorts arc alwnys rcqu ircd for shipment
of —
(1) All chemical rrgents, regar(lless of quan­
tit y, when shippe(l by milit ary aircraft.
(2) Nerve agents and nerve agents under de­
velopment, regardless of quantity, except for sepa­
rfitc shipmcmt of one gas identification set or lab­
oratory
sample packaged
in accordance
with
j.
paragraph 173.331, R. 3L Grnziano’s Tariff 25 or
succeeding issues thereof.
(3) Al] biological
rwrfirch or etiological
material (cxccpt diagnostic specinlens and etio­
]ogica] material with 500 mi]]i]item or less in the
primary containers, provided the total quantity in
any onc vehicle, aircraft, or other conveyance does
not cxcecd 3 gallons). The shipping agency will
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provide effrrt i ve drcont aminants for materials
that are resistant to calcium hypochlorite, 5 per­
cent phenol, or 5 percent sodium hydroxide.
(4) All radioactive materials which require
a w~i ver or special permit for shipment, under
provisions of service regulations governil~g radio­
active and fissile materials other than weapons.
(5) Other dangerous material as determined
by the responsible service.
b. The criteria in a above do not preclude the
use of technical escorts when an evaluation by the
commanding officer of the shippi]lg installation or
t mnsportal ion agency of inllcrent factors of plIb­
lic relations> security, economics and clcgrcw of
huzard involved indicates SUCIIescort would be in
tlw I)est interest of the Government.
r. The criteria in a above will only be used for
general glidance. For the hazard classification of
specific mat erials refer to the “Code of Federal
Regulations,” titles 42 or 49, or to the latest issue
of R. 1[. Graz.iano’s Tariff.
d. The criteria in a above do not preclude the
use of a technical courier when an evaluation by
the shipping authority of inherent factor%of pub­
lic relat ions, security, economics, and degree of
hazard involved clearly indicates that technical
escort is not, required, but a technically competent
courier would be in the best interest of the C~ovcrn­
rnent (Air Force only).
a. Technical ewort service.
5. Responsibilities.
(1) The Arnly is rcsponsibk to provide 1ecll ­
nical escort for—
(a) All shipments of chemical agents anfl
dnngerolw
material
in Army
custody
within
CONUS and to and from a specified point of entry
or exit within a theater of operations as designatc(l
by the theater commander.
(b) Shipments, when requested, of chen~i­
cd agents and dangerous material in custody of
o~llcr Services within CONUS and to and from a
speciticd point of entry or exit within a theater of
operations
as
designated
by
the
theater
commander.
(c) Shipments, when requested, of other
dangerous material within CONUS and to and
from a specified point of entry or exit within a
theater of operations as designated by the therrtcr
commander.
(2) The Services are responsible for—
(a) Providing
technical escort for intra­
theater shipments necesary to support their own
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mission. Commensurate with its capabilities, the
technical
escort
when
Army
may
perform
requested by the other Services.
(b) Providing technical escort for danger­
ous material as required by paragraph 46.
the disposition of agents
(c) Controlling
and articles for which they are accountable re­
gardless of the location of the agents or articles
unless provisions of section V, part II, paragraph
15, “Joint Interservice Logistics Support Agree­
mefit for .Ammunitions”
(applies
to CONUS
only ) apply.
(d) Taking
whatever measures possible
wit hin their capability to neutralize, prevent, or
limit possible injury or damage when they become
aware of an accident/incident
to a shipment under
technical escort pending assumption of control by
the responsible Service.
(e) Funding for tcc]mical escort functions
which they will provide in accordance with re­
sponsibilities established herein. In the event of an
accident/incident,
the Service requiring the tech­
nical escort services will reimburse, upon request,
the costs incurred by other !%rvice (s) over and
above normal operating
expenses in rendering
essential assistance.
u
(~) Reimbursing
the Army, upon request,
for services requested in (1) (b), (1) (c), or (a)
above, to cover cost of travel, pcr diem of tech­
nical escorts, special equipment and supplies re­
quired and other expenses incident to the services
requested.
(g) Establishing
appropriate guidance to
installation level for safety and security of ship­
ment vehicles during scheduled or unscheduled en
route stops.
(h) Notifying
the Army
for technical escort publications,
ment, and training devices.
(3)
Air Force responsibilities
of requirements
tools and equip­
nre:
(a) AFLC coordinates command require­
ments for technical
escort publications,
tools,
cquiprnent, and training devices with appropriate
commands and agencies.
(b) AFLC coordinates Army technical es­
cort support for Air Force chipping requirements
within CONUS for war reserve, non-war reserve,
or other dangerous material or agents as provided
for in this regulation.
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(4) Consignors using technical escort services
are responsible for —
(a) Thoroughly
inspecting
transport
equipment used in the transportation of dangeroue
materials prior to loading.
(b) Loading all shipments to include block­
ing and bracing.
(c) Certifying that all shipments are pack­
aged and labeled in accordance with applicable
civil or military regulations
and are properly
blocked and bracccl, or providing
a waiver.
(d) Specifying
agent, radioactive
wvwte
material, munition or hazard, safety practices,
emergency handling procedures, packing or pack­
aging and security aspects of the cargo, and other
pertinent data, nnd briefing escort personnel, as
applicable.
(e) Providing, when available, d%ontanli­
nant requested by the responsible ‘1’cchnicrd Escort
activity
suitably
packaged
nud in necessary
amounts for the shipment, This permits escort
personnel, in the event of an incident/accident,
to
take all possible rncasurcs within existing capa­
bilities to neutralize agent, prevent, or limit pos­
sible damage to nmtcricl or injury to personnel
pending assumption of control by the responsible
Service.
nrca clearances for over­
(~) Obtaining
flight and landing as appropriate. h’otifying the
appropriate area commanders within time periods
specified in paragraph 6 of all shipments under
technical escort to or through their geographical
areas of responsibility for the purpose of provid­
ingassistance
inthec~cntof an a~ident/illcidcnt.
(g) Providing
s!afety and security after
removal from secure storage of material to be
shipped and prior to nnd during loading for
shipment.
(h) Providing tllc escort commmnder writ­
ten listings of tel~phonc numbrrs of the installa­
tions to call for assistnncc.
(5) Consignees
receiving
sllip”ments
technical escort are responsible for—
under
(a) Inspect ing transport equipment nnd
cargo prior to movement to the unloading point
to insure safe unloading.
(b)
Unloading
shipments.
(c) Providing safety and security for m~­
terial during unloading and movement to secure
storage, or until assumption of these responsibili­
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ties by a tcclmicnl
escort team for further
movement.
(d) Arranging,
wllcn necessary, for mess­
ing, billeting and return transportation of escort
personnel.
b. Tec?( n7’cul ewort tcai)linq.
(1) Army is responsible for conlmon tylw in­
dividual training of personnel for technical escort
operrrt ions.
(2) ‘1’Im %rvices are rcs~~onsib]e for r,,s~Nlc­
tive unit training programs.
(:]) ArrC
provi(lcs
initial
and we,lr,e),t
fornlrrl trainiug as providrd for in .4FR 50-9.
lfrrjor commands arc responsible to establish I]nit
training progranls as required. Int ratheater techn­
ical escort technical unit training is reqllircd only
wi[llill organizrrtiol~s rxprcssly assigned this rc ­
sponsibi]ity
by n]:ljor ccnnmands
(.lir
I;orre
only).
c. Z’ec?l n.ical
.wpp o IV.
Army is responsib]c for-­
(1) The development of rrnd contil]lling vali(l­
ity of teclmical
rwort tecbllical
plll)lirations
covering
procedll res au<l associut ed t001s :]]]d
cqllipment for Wrrr Reserve ma ferirl al~d ag~lits
w]lich will be acrompnniml IW technical escorts
‘l%e
dllring
will
shipmwlt.
be coorclinate(l
All sutIII tecl]uical
pub]icrrtions
with i lIc o(her .Scrvices.
Tllc conduct of research, explor:, [ory
and engineering devclopme]lt of special tools and
equiplnent nnd triii]ling dcviccs to meet tile specific
needs of technical rscolt for ite]ns delineated in
pnragrrrph 4C ( 1) t]]rollgh ( 5). ill SUC1lproglalus
will be coolxlinatc(l wit]l the ot]lrr Seryiccs.
tw?lllicfl? C$corf.
(1. [ntr’r7tArdcr
(1) The .~ir Force re?ponsibi]ity
for illt ra­
tlw~ter technical escort is fllrther assigned m
follows :
(2)
(o) IIItlafll(:lt~r
tCcl~JliCill esc>rt
su])lwrt
n[ission :Issigllmcll[s ale Infitters of ron,rr,arl~l dis.
crctiun.
I1{J\\-r\rr, I’.\{’.kF
nlLd l’S.\IrE
will
rn:{illtaill su~lcirrlt IIull)lxIrs tIl\d(}.lxw of qlullitl(,(l
pt’l”so!lnel to rn{wt rrtissio]l r(~{lllir.(lllellts. IJnits re­
sl~onslb]c
identified
xlical
for
m:~iutaining
this
capability
are
i]l the C31CIC.
ir~tratheater
tech­
(b) lTS.kFJ? provides
of Air Force
escort for sllil)l]lcllts
in support
missions witlli]l l~;l~(-ol[
a]ld 31E.kI~S.k.
(~:) l’.~(’.l[~
provides illtrat]lea~er tec]l­
for sllip]l]er]ts
in support of .4ir Force
n)issions in PAC(JJI.
rlical
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rcsl)onsibility
for illtratllcater
(2) Army
tcchnicrrl escort is assigned as follows:
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(a) USAREUR
provides intrat]matcr twh-
IIical escort for shipments in support of Arnly
l’(’[lllir[~l]l(~rltswithin F,UCOM.
(h) L’S Arrl]y Support Co]lunal)(l. II:l\v:\ii
l)ro\ides il]tratbeatcr technical escort for shil)­
ments ill support of Army requirements within
l’.icoM.
6. Coordinating
instructions.
a. Tile Services
\Yill f[lrnisb irlfol,rn:ltio]l to t]le ~~oll~m:lnding offi.
.Irsenal, ,~T’~N : CO, ~Ts -\rrl\Y
c[’r, ~(lgc}vood
Technical I?scort vent cr, Edgewood Arsenal, 11 I )
21010, for planned nlovements (exempt report,
lmra 7--2?~..lR :KK-I J ) inrludillg­
(1) Project name, designation, and secl[rity
clilssitication of shipnmut (s).
(2) Quantity and type of shiprucnt(s).
(3) origin and destination and :Inticil)atc(l
sllil)pirlg date (s) of sl]ipmcnt (s).
7). Scl\ive Consignors will-—
(1) Submit the following in fornlat ion to tl~e
( ‘olilmarld illg ofliccr, Iklgcwood Arsmml, A’I’TS:
(’0, US .Irn)y Tcrh]lical Escort Center, I?(lgc’­
lvofr(l .irscll:ll,
NII) 21010,
to ~~~rile :1 nlilli]llll!l~
(It’
7 days
before tile desired shipl~ing date for
(’ONTU”S shipments nnd n n]illinlunl of 60 days fur
si~l“Pnleuts to rrrld fronl olltsi(]e co>’~ls.
]I;l))(J 1.­
requests sI10111(Ibe n]adc I)v nlost expmlit ions
:ency
Ineans followrd I)y contirnmtion ill ~~rititlg, .111
req~msts will f~lruish tl~c planned mode of sl)ilP
IImnt and cstil]lated duration of mission and will.
to extent data arc a}-ailablr, inclllde the follo\\­
ing information :
(u) Por aycnts or m7/nitr40n.s.
1.
Itellls
and
quantity
to
be
sllil~lxxl
including:
(a) .~gcllt, if Ol)plit’al,lc. ail,l ql[:llltily
al)d tyl~t~of dccontanlillant bein: provided.
(b) Sl,i~,l,i,,g
di,,,cr,sio,ls
(l,l,;~(],.
}rid[ll, aIId ]Icig]]t).
(c)
lVcigl,l.
Type of coll(:lillrr.
(e) Sectlrity classification of sl,il)l,lcnt
and any special security requirements.
(d)
,?. Pitokup
point
and
(lest inat ion
(J f
sl]ipl]wul.
3. ~Tame of individual])
tit]e (s), a]ld
telephone numtwrs to contact at pickup l)oint :Iiltl
destination.
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