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The following are some common situations in which a soldier affects the environment:
Weapons maintenance and cleaning.
NBC equipment and decontamination equipment maintenance.
Supply, storage, and transportation.
Maneuver damage control.
Weapons training and demolition.
(page 2-2, para 2-2a)
During vehicle maintenance, fuels, oils, coolants, or other fluids may be spilled.
Take simple precautions, such as placing drip pans, diapers, or absorbents under
(page 2-2, para 2-3)
Risks can be reduced by conducting off-road driving only in authorized areas,
crossing streams only at approved points, filling in fighting positions before leaving
an area, and using camouflage netting instead of branches and shrubs.
(page 2-6, para 2-9)
When soldiers wash equipment in a parking lot or a maintenance area, runoff enters
storm drains and runs into streams and rivers, causing pollution. (page 2-7, para 2-