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Defense Demilitarization Training

Defense Demilitarization Training, For details CLICK HERE. DEMIL training can be tailored to personnel who have a functional responsibility associated with the logistics and disposal of military property, assignment of DEMIL codes and/or management of the DoD Demilitarization and Trade Security Controls Program.

Target Audience include: Provisioners, Inventory Managers and other personnel who want to become familiar with Demilitarization.

Defense Demilitarization Training, DEMIL training is aligned with the authority in DoD Directive (DoDD) 5134.01 (Reference (a)) and DoDD 5134.12 (Reference (b)), policy in DoD Instruction (DoDI) 4160.28 (Reference (c)), responsibilities, and procedures for assessing demilitarization (DEMIL) requirements and performing physical DEMIL of DoD personal property.

Topics Covered:

Overview of DEMIL

  • What is Defense Demilitarization (DEMIL)
  • DEMIL Program Administration
  • Defense Demilitarization coding
  • DEMIL References
  • Responsibilities
  • DEMIL Training
  • DEMIL Planning Guidance
  • DEMIL Waivers and Modifications
  • Captured Property
  • Qualified Recycling Program
  • DEMIL Method
  • DEMIL Procedures
  • Residual Materials
  • Demanufacturing of Military Electronics
  • Certification of DEMIL
  • Method and Degree of DEMIL
  • Disposition
  • Reporting Excess Property
  • Types of Disposition
  • Exchange and/or Sale of DoD Personal Property

DoD  DEMIL Program Organization

  • Control of DoD Personal Property
  • DEMIL and Total Life Cycle Systems Management
  • Project Manager Conventional Ammunition DEMIL
  • DEMIL Program Supplementary Guidance
  • DEMIL Planning Guidance
  • DEMIL Relationships With Other Program Planning Activities
  • DEMIL Plan Types
  • Principles for Procedural DEMIL Plan Development
  • Suggested Format and Content Guidance
  • DEMIL Waivers and Modifications
  • Submittal and Review Process
  • Captured Property
  • Requirements for Captured Property
  • Potentially Dangerous Concerns
  • DEMIL for Display Purposes
  • DEMIL of Foreign/captured Weapons
  • Qualified Recycling Program
  • Example LSN Assignment Guidance for Captured Weapons

Example Special DEMIL Programs – Overview

  • Material Without a National Stock Number (NSN)
  • Property Requiring Special Processing
  • Working with DEMIL Certificate
  • Sample Format of a DEMIL Certificate
  • Sample Format of a Declassification Certificate
  • Machine Gun With Tripod
  • Coaxial Machine Gun
  • Assault Rifle
  • Machine Gun Tripod Mount
  • Breechring and Sliding Breechblock
  • Interrupted Thread Breechblock
  • Artillery Tube
  • Mortar Tube
  • Hydropneumatic Recoil Mechanism
  • Nitrogen Cylinder
  • Recoil Rod
  • Hydropneumatic Equilibrator
  • Spring-type Equilibrator
  • Concentric Recoil Mechanism-type Cannon
  • Concentric Recoil Mechanism-type Gun Launcher
  • Rocket Launcher
  • Tank, Combat, Full Tracked
  • Personnel Carriers
  • Tank Recovery Vehicles
  • Grenade Projector Mounts
  • Up-armored Truck
  • mm Machine Gun – mm Grenade Launcher Helicopter Armament Subsystem
  • Single Engine Aircraft
  • Multi-engine Aircraft
  • Attack Helicopter
  • Aircraft Pylons and Pylon Parts
  • Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Trainer
  • Rifle Marksmanship Trainer Weaponeer
  • Specialized Camouflage Netting
  • Satellite Signals Navigation Set
  • Interim Ground Station Module
  • Sample Format of a Material Documented as Safe (MDAS) Certificate
  • Sample Format of an Inert Certificate

 

 

 

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