If this step is done
underclothing or skin.
d. Station 4.
Overboots and Gloves Removal.
limit the spread of contamination.
Overboots and gloves are also
decontaminated for reissue.
The following equipment and materials are needed:
Eight 30-gallon containers/garbage cans
100 plastic bags or one per soldier
Two scrub brushes
Two ponchos or large plastic sheets
10% STB/HTH Solution
Hot, soapy water
Cold rinse water
The station will be set up as shown in Figure 4-2.
Fill two 30-gallon
containers with 10% STB/HTH solution and place the two scrub brushes near
the containers. Fill two 30-gallon containers with cold rinse water.
One soldier is needed to supervise and assist soldiers at this station.
Personnel wearing M24, M25A1, or M42 Masks will be assisted by the
attendant. The other two soldiers decontaminate the overboots and gloves.
One person processes the overboots, while the other person processes the
Use Engineer Tape to mark the liquid contamination control line on the
ground. Place the cutting tool, two containers, and the plastic bags on the
"dirty" side of the liquid contamination control line.
The liquid contamination control line separates the "dirty" from the "clean"
area. The exception to this "clean" area will be the contaminated gloves.
However, no liquid agent should be tracked along the ground after the liquid
contamination control line. The attendant unfastens or cuts the strings or
elastic closures on the GVO/footcovers. If soldier is wearing the chemical