SERVICE UPON RECEIPT
THIS WORK PACKAGE COVERS:
Initial Procedures, Preoperational Procedures, Operational Procedures, Equipment Faults
If the vehicle has been shipped by rail, unblock and un-
load the equipment according WP 0712 00.
Inspect the equipment for damage incurred during shipment. If the equipment has been damaged, report the dam-
age on SF Form 364, Report of Deficiency.
Check the equipment against the packing slip to see if the shipment is complete. Report all discrepancies in accor-
dance with the instructions on DA PAM 738--750.
Check whether the equipment has been modified. Reference shall be made to the authorized equipment configura-
tion change list when applicable.
Deprocessing Unpacked Equipment
Clean all tools and equipment.
Store all basic issue items in their respective vehicle storage facility as indicated in TM 9--2350--292--10.
Clean the vehicle as follows:
Remove any rust--preventive compound from exterior surfaces with dry--cleaning solvent
(item 1, WP 0716 00). Whenever possible, the vehicle crew will help in cleaning.
Armament parts are coated with rust--preventive compound when received from storage. Clean these parts thor-
oughly with rags or a brush saturated with dry--cleaning solvent (item 1, WP 0716 00). After complete removal of
the rust--preventive compound, lubricate as specified in WP 0187 00.
Component parts of each weapon should be cleaned separately where possible. Component parts are inter-
changeable; however, the parts originally assembled work best together.
Assembly of Equipment
The M88A2 HRV equipment and systems are shipped as assembled units. Assembly is not required.