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Unformatted text preview: ound the probe rod with a hammer. D-120. The recovery procedure is the same as for the burial, except for the following two points: the recovery person– Should never use a pickax for digging because it might puncture the container and damage the cached items. May need to fill the hole with other objects in addition to soil after he removes the cache. D-121. Sometimes it is possible for the recovery person to fill the hole with rocks, sticks, or other readily available objects at the site. If the recovery person does not find filler objects during his preliminary reconnaissance, he should carry an object roughly the size of the cache to the site during recovery. 30 November 2010 TC 18-01 D-19 Appendix D STERILIZATION OF THE SITE D-122. As with emplacement, the recovery person must perform the recovery operation without leaving any trace of the operation. Although sterilization is not as important for recovery as for emplacement, the recovery person should perform sterilization as thoroughly as time permits. Evidence of a recovered cache may alert the enemy to clandestine activity in the area and provoke countermeasures. D-20 TC 18-01 30 November 2010 Glossary SECTION I – ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS ADA Antideficiency Act AM amplitude modulation AO area of operations AOB ARNG ARNGUS advanced operations base Army National Guard Army National Guard of the United States ARSOF Army special operations forces BMNT begin morning nautical twilight C2 command and control CA Civil Affairs CAO CBRNE Civil Affairs operations chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives CMO civil-military operations DA Department of the Army DOD DODD DZ EENT F FHA Department of Defense Department of Defense Directive drop zone end of evening nautical twilight Fahrenheit foreign humanitarian assistance FID foreign internal defense FM field manual; frequency modulation FRP FY GTA final reference point fiscal year graphic training aid HA humanitarian assistance HF high frequency HN host nation HQ headquarters IAW in accordance with ICC International Criminal Court IGO intergovernmental organization IPOE intelligence preparation of the operational environment IW irregular warfare JP joint publication JSOA 30 November 2010 joint special operations area TC 18-01 Glossary-1 Glossary JSOTF LOC LZ METT–TC MIS joint special operations task force line of communications landing zone mission, enemy, terrain and weather, troops and support available time available, civi...
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