ARMY TM 5-5420-212-10-1
MARINE CORPS TM 08676A-10/1-1
DISASSEMBLY - SINGLE STORY - 12 BAY (Restricted Site)
Disassembly is made possible, by using longer than normal launching nose and counterweight. Since the
procedures are similar to a 12 bay bridge on a normal site (para. 5-4) only the that are different are given in detail.
Carry out step a. (1) and (2) and step b. (1) thru (15) in paragraph 5-4.
Use landing roller pedestal to raise bridge from ground until jack is fully extended.
Vehicle is holding bridge and roller catches in roller beam are locked.
Connect fourth heavy nose section (4N1) to third section (3N1). DO NOT REMOVE panel pin in
anchorage tube of second section.
During delaunch, if the end of bridge touches ground, lower landing roller pedestal. Add
launching noses as required ensuring that at least 5 ft (1.5m) of nose section must extend beyond
the landing roller pedestal at all times.
Boom bridge to panel point 8p5.
Remove bankseat beam.
After the bankseat beam is removed, place it to one side of the site near the rear of the bridge. It
will be put back on later and used as a counterweight to permit retrieval and disassembly of the
Remove bay 12.
Remove deck unit from next to last deck unit recess of bay 11.