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Team M82 Equipment

Page history last edited by Michael 8 months, 4 weeks ago

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vehicle equipment set, SK-5 assault version

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-59(V) 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

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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

3

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

1

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

PAS-7 thermal viewer, uses "camera battery"

 

1

angle-head flashlight, in holder next to observer's seat, uses "camera batteries" in D-cell hulls

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

PVS-4 Starlight scope with mounts and reticles for Stoner system and M14/M21 rifle

1

pair of M19 7x50 binoculars, with case

1

Morrow Project rechargeable 24 volt "radio battery"

8

Morrow Project MP-AA rechargeable 1.5 volt "camera batteries"

8

sabot hulls to use AA batteries in C-cell devices

8

sabot hulls to use AA batteries in D-cell devices

1

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

1

large Morrow Project Med Kit in shoulder bag

1

Civil Defense V-717 high-range radiation survey meter and 7.6 m cable; 2.4 kg, uses D cell battery

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.

2

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

1

coil 50 meters of 11mm diameter nylon OD rope

1

machete with olive drab belt scabbard, weight 0.5 kg

1

M21 rifle with 12 loaded magazines (240 rounds), four ammo pouches, and sling (no bipod, suppressor or telescopic sight; teams usually mount the PVS-3A Starlite scope on this weapon)

3

fire extinguishers

1

shovel

generally known as

pioneer tools

1

axe

1

sledgehammer, 6 pound

1

pick-mattock

2

crow bars

1

bow saw, 30" blade

1

bolt cutter

2

camouflage nets, 3 m by 6 m

8

camo net poles

30

aluminum tent stakes in canvas bag

40

bungie cords, misc. colors and sizes

8

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

8

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

8

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

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.

1

"civilian" electric blanket, various models and non-camo, non-garish colors

1

25 liter food cooler/water carrier (M1944 mermite can), with three 5.5 liter insert cans, weight 8 kg empty

1

insulated olive drab canvas carrier for mermite can, with shoulder strap

6

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

1

minor spares kit (specific to vehicle:  light bulbs, two ceramic water filters, fuses, wooden hull plugs, rubber skirt patches, 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, socket wrench set, hand drill and bits, vice grips, multi-meter, soldering iron, snips, wire cutter/stripper tool, folding ruler, hacksaw, files, two "C" clamps, brass peen hammer, etc.; all in a canvas bag

 

demolition kit - volume 0.03 cubic meters

kg

1

plastic case with twelve M112 C-4 demolition blocks; case includes storage warning label

7.5

2

M1 mechanical demolition timer/detonators

0.6

5

M2A1 demolition igniter/time fuse/detonators

0.3

1

roll primercord, 152 meters

5.0

1

15 meter coils of M700 time fuse

0.4

1

plastic box of twenty M7 blasting caps

0.1

5

M60 fuse igniters, in a sealed foil package

0.4

1

bronze cap crimping tool

0.5

1

canvas bag for everything except the cased demolition blocks

1.0

total

15.8

 

 team cold weather gear kit - 2.3 cubic meters

#

item

volume

2

free-standing dome tent, 4-man, usually olive drab

0.2

1

Optimus Svea 123R stove (mass 0.55 kg; includes 1 liter pot)

0.02

2

metal liter cans of naptha/white gas stove fuel (Optimus stove burns 7 hours per liter of fuel)

0.002

1

ice saw

0.05

5

white/silver space blankets

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1

cold weather weapons maintenance kit, including vehicle supplies

0.05

1

magnesium fire-stick fire starter

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MARS assault hovercraft ordnance supplies - 2 cubic meters

#

item

volume

40

metal can of 105 linked round .50 cal ammo

0.3

40

metal can of 32 rounds 40mm linked HEDP grenades

0.5

6

AN-M3 spare barrel

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1

.50 cal machine gun cleaning and headspace kit

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4

sets of barrel bushings, etc. to allow use of M2HB barrels in AN-M3 guns

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2

backplates with spade grips and triggers, to use AN-M3 turret guns as ground weapons

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4

tripod, M3 ("50 cal tripod"), 20 kg

0.1

1

case M26A1 fragmentation grenades (30 grenades)

0.03

1

case M34 white phosphorus grenades

0.03

1

case M7A3 tear gas grenades

0.03

2

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

0.03

1

case of 2880 rounds 9x19mm ammunition

0.03

1

case of 1640 rounds 5.56mm NATO ball ammunition, on stripper clips

0.03

1

case of twenty Stoner-system tubs of 5.56mm linked ammunition, 4 ball to 1 tracer; 2000 rounds total

0.1

1

case of 920 rounds 7.62mm NATO ball ammunition, on stripper clips (this is in addition to ammo with the M21 rifle, and linked ammunition included in the vehicle inventory)

0.03

1

case of 800 rounds 12 gauge buckshot

0.03

9

Armbrust 300 anti-tank rockets

0.1

this represents 614 kilograms of .50 caliber ammunition plus 420 kg of 40mm ammo ...

it might be best not to load all of it on the hovercraft at once

 

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