SPECIAL AND FABRICATED TOOLS
BDAR FIXES SHALL BE USED ONLY IN COMBAT OR FOR TRAINING
AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COMMANDER
(AUTHORIZED TRAINING FIXES ARE LISTED IN APPENDIX E)
IN EITHER CASE DAMAGES SHALL BE REPAIRED BY STANDARD
PROCEDURES AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
Section I. INTRODUCTION
B-1. Scope. This appendix lists items recommended for the support of the generator in a combat environment. The
items listed may be required for Battlefield Damage Assessment and Repair at maintenance levels from crew through
DS. Also listed are expendient tools for performing BDAR repairs using non-standard equipment.
Section II. TOOLS
B-2. General. Tools listed in this appendix will enhance crew members and mechanics at all levels to accomplish
Battlefield Damage and Assessment repairs in a more expendient manner. Some tools listed may already be on hand in
the unit. Other equivalent tools may be available which are not listed in Table B-1.
Explanation of Symbols for Level. The column marked "Level" indicates the maintenance level at which
it is recommended these items be stock or carried. The unit commander may modify the items in the list and the
maintenance levels carrying the items, based on current mission requirements and recent operational experience.
Explanation of Symbols for Repair Items. The items marked "C" (Crew) are recommended to be carried
for use in combat emergencies at the discretion of the unit commander. Those units marked "MT" are recommended to
be carried by each Battlefield Damage Assessment and Repair Maintenance Team (MT). Some of these items may
already be available at organizational maintenance, however, additional items will be required to stock each MT. Those
items marked "MSI" are recommended to be carried by the DS maintenance support teams (MST).
Table B-1. Tools.
Blade, hand hacksaw: 24 teeth
per in., 10 in.
Blade, hacksaw, flat (tungsten)
Clamp, C: 6 in. (2 required)
Crimping Tool: terminal, hand
w/cutting pin, stripper