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R36 Team Equipment

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     This team is equipped with a Gull ACV. Items listed in yellow are part of the "installed equipment"; items in green are carried externally.

  

vehicle equipment set

#

name

kg

1

Morrow Project PC, with external 3.5" diskette reader, and diskettes containing software

1

Laserdisc player, with Laserdiscs for :  survival library, computer programs, and maps

1

ARN-89 radio direction finder; it provides a relative bearing of the direction from which an incoming radio signal is being detected. The bearing is displayed on a compass-type dial indicator, and is also fed to the AutoNav to be displayed on the map. Frequency range:  100 kilohertz to 3 megahertz. Power is from the vehicle.

1

PRC-70 manpack radio; uses "radio battery" or vehicle power

--

radio accessories:  long and short antennas, radio direction finder, packframe, vehicle power cable, 8-meter long doublet antenna (AS-2975, 2.4 kg including ground rod, halyards and wire ropes)

1

converter box to connect the computer to the radio; can thus act as a 9600 baud modem, and allow sending of Morse by software

2

LS-166/U speakers on short cables; can plug into the intercom system or directly into most Project radios

1

H-250/U radio handset, for use with most Project radios

5

H-161E headset with microphone (some teams receive different types, but functionally the same); for when you don't want to wear the big helmet ...

1

CX-10791/GR extension cable for headset, 3 meters long (the "person on watch" extension cord)

1

GVS-5 laser rangefinder, uses "camera battery"

1.7

1

PVS-5 night vision binocular, uses "camera battery"

0.408

1

Kel-Lite flashlight, in holder between the pilot and observer, uses 3 "camera batteries" in D-cell hulls

0.8

1

M42 chemical alarm, on 11 meter long cable (connected to vehicle CBR system normally). It uses 4 'D' cells; the Project version has 4 'D' sabots with 4 Project camera batteries in them, allowing the M42 to signal for a very long time indeed.

1

pair of M19 7x50 binoculars, with case

1

1

Morrow Project rechargeable 24 volt "radio battery" (a spare)

0.36

10

Morrow Project MP-AA rechargeable 1.5 volt "camera batteries" (note that issued items come with their usual set of batteries, so these are spares)

0.12

10

sabot hulls to use AA batteries in C-cell devices

0.05

10

sabot hulls to use AA batteries in D-cell devices

0.05

1

battery charger:  can accommodate 1 "camera battery" and 1 "radio battery" simultaneously

1

Civil Defense V-717 high-range radiation survey meter and 7.6 m cable; uses D cell battery

2.4

1

#3 "aid bag" with three zippered pockets. It contains a minor surgical field instrument set, EMT shears, 24 field dressings (0.1 kg each), compresses, gauze, band-aids, sunburn cream, two tourniquets, a splint, and other minor stuff. Game effects:   the use of First Aid skill allows this set to be used for the treatment of 12 minor or major wounds. It's not much use in case of amputations or massive blood loss. 

1

case of LRP rations (5 boxes, 12 meals per box, 4.2 kg per box)

21

1

coil 50 meters of 11mm diameter nylon OD rope

4.4

1

machete with olive drab belt scabbard

0.5

2

fire extinguishers

1

shovel

generally known as

pioneer tools

1

axe

1

sledgehammer, 6 pound

1

pick-mattock

1

breaker bar, 137 cm long; has a five-sided socket on one end (for opening caches) and a lug nut socket on the other

1

crow bar

1

bow saw, 30" blade

1

bolt cutter

10

bungie cords, misc. colors and sizes up to 2.5 meters long

1

1

30 meter electrical extension cord, with 4 outlets on the end

6

2

dimmer switch/power switch plug/socket for electrical extension cord or light

0.2

2

75 watt work light, with 16 m cord for 110/120 V outlet

0.3

1

two-'burner' electric stove

1

600 watt microwave oven (only fitted on vehicles placed after 1984)

1

mountaineering mess set:  8" x 1" steel fry pan, and 2 aluminum cooking pots 7 1/2" dia. x 4" high. 

0.5 ?

1

"civilian" electric blanket, light blue

1.6

2

20 liter jerry cans (marked "water"), empty when placed in the bolt-hole

1

spares kit (specific to vehicle:  light bulbs, ceramic water filter, fuses, skirt patches, rubber hull plugs, spare hoses, pipe clamps, wire, wire crimps, etc.)

1

vehicle tool kit:  includes an open-end adjustable wrench, screwdriver set, hex/allen key set, oil can, needlenose pliers, diagonal cutters, skirt patch/repair kit, socket wrench set, hand drill and bits, vice grips, multi-meter, soldering iron, snips, wire cutter/stripper tool, olding ruler, hacksaw, files, two "C" clamps, brass peen hammer, etc.; all in a canvas bag

 

     The "not installed" equipment above totals 42.4 kg; the following kits total 112.8 kg, to bring the total "cargo" load to 150 kg.

 

team ordnance 

kg

1

MAG-58 machinegun

10.9

1

MAG-58 spare barrel and case

5.8

1

PVS-4 Starlight scope with mounts and reticles for MAG-58 machinegun and M14 or M21 rifles

1.75

2

M18A1 claymore mine kits (each complete with bag, clacker and firing wire)

3.2

6

cartons of 72 rounds 9x19mm ammunition, 432 rounds total

7.86

8

metal boxes each of 200 rounds 7.62mm NATO linked ammunition, mix 4 ball to 1 tracer; 1600 rounds total

69.84

total

68.1

 

team cold weather gear 

kg

1

free-standing dome tent, 4-man, usually olive drab; one tent is issued per 4 persons on the team

5

1

Optimus-type stove set

0.8

1

metal liter can of stove fuel, per 4 persons on the team

1

1

aluminum ice saw, 35 cm, with sheath

0.3

4

white/silver space blankets

--

1

cold weather weapons maintenance kit, including vehicle supplies

0.25

1

magnesium fire-stick fire starter

0.1

total

7.45

 

trade pack 

kg

1

nylon Jansport pack

0.4

50

gold U.S. double eagle coins (weight 33.46 grams each) = 1.67 kg. Note these "Standing Liberty" double eagles all have 1933 dates, and are all counterfeits made by the Project.

1.67

50

silver U.S. dollar coins (weight 26.73 grams each) = 1.34 kg. These "Peace Dollar" coins are authentic, and have dates from 1921 to 1928.

1.34

6

roughly one-liter bottles of liquor (typically rum, vodka, whiskey, gin, brandy, bourbon ... all at least 80 proof)

~7

1

can of tobacco

2.3

1

can of candy

0.2

6

sewing kits

--

4

mirrors

--

6

comb-and-brush sets

0.1

var.

toiletry articles

0.4

6

knives, assorted folding and fixed blade

0.6

var.

items of fishing gear (hooks, weights, nylon line, bobbers)

0.2

total

14.2

 

 

Comments (1)

Michael said

at 9:07 am on Jul 14, 2016

all the booze from the trade packs was consumed by pirates in episode 1

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