DEFENSE DEMILITARIZATION MANUAL (REPRINT INCORPORATES CHANGE 1)
|Publication Date:||21 October 1991|
APPLICABILITY AND SCOPE
The provisions of this manual are applicable to all elements of the DoD. The term "DoD Components", as used herein, refers to the Military Departments and Defense Agencies.
This manual specifies the items to be demilitarized, designates the key points to be destroyed and prescribes methods for accomplishment of demilitarization.
Request for exceptions or additions to the demilitarization requirements contained in this manual will be forwarded through appropriate Military Service/Defense Agency channels to the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Production and Logistics) (ASD PL) on a case-by-case basis. Full justification will accompany each request.
Unless otherwise stated, this manual is not applicable to:
a. The disposition of nuclear ordinance pursuant to Section 81 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 (42 United States Code (U.S.C.) 2111).
b. Items under management control of the Defense Nuclear Agency in Federal Supply Group (FSG) 11, also all Department of Energy (DOE) special design and quality controlled items and all DoD items designed specifically for use on or with nuclear weapons (identified by manufacturers' codes 57991,67991,77991, and 87991 in the Defense Logistics Services Center (DLSC) Total Item Record (TIR) will be processed in accordance with Technical Publications, Supply Management of Nuclear Weapons Material, DOE-DNA TP 100-1, Navy SWOP 100-1, Army TM 39-100-1 and Air Force T.O. 11N-100-1.
c. Cryptologic Material. This material will be processed in accordance with NACSI 2001 (FOUO) and NSA Circular 60-5íC).