FM44-80
PROCEDURES AND DRILLS FOR THE NIKE 1 SYSTEM

Please note: pages 1-5 were missing in the reproductions received from the government.

Part One ORGANIZATION AND EQUIPMENT ParagraphsPages
CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION 1-14 3
2. FIRE CONTROL AND LAUNCHING EQUIPMENT
Section I. Battery control area equipment 15-23 10
II. Launching area 24-33 64
Chapter 3. HANDLING, SERVICING AND. TEST EQUIPMENT
Section I. Missile and booster 34-46 91
II. Propellant servicing equipment 7-49 106
III. Test equipment 50-59 115
IV. Miscellaneous 60-63 126
Chapter 4. ENGINE GENERATORS
Section I. Description and data 64-69 131
II. Operation 70-80 135
Chapter 5. CABLES AND COMMUNICATIONS
Section I. Cables 81-94 149
II. Communications 95-108 148
Chapter 6. OPERATION OF HEATING AND VentilatING SYSTEMS
Section I. Equipment-cooling system 109-111 151
II. Personnel heating and ventilating-system 112-117 154
Chapter 7. RECORDING SYSTEMS
Section I. General 118,119 164
II. Plotting boards 120-125 164
III. Event recorder 126-134 167
IV. Photographic processing machine 135-140 174
PART Two. OPERATIONAL CHECKS -
Chapter 8. BATTERY CONTROL AREA
Section I. Requirements 141-145 178
II. Daily system checks 146-151 179
III. Daily target and missile radar checks 152-171 184
IV. Daily acquisition radar and computer checks 172-177 194
V. Initial, weekly, and monthly checks 178-179 196
VI. Prefiring checks 180-189 196
VII. Computer dynamic test 190-198 213
VIII. Training and tracking tests 199-206 220
CHAPTER 9. LAUNCHING AREA
Section I. Launching control trailer 207 225
II. Daily checks 208-209 225
III. Weekly checks 210-222 226
IV. Special checks 223-225 232
V. Monthly checks 226-229 233
CHAPTER 10. MISSILE AND BOOSTER PREPARATION
Section I. Responsibility 230, 231 241
II. Assembly 232-242 241
III. Check 243-250 258
IV. Propellant servicing 251-282.7 285
V. Explosive components 283-292 229
VI. Loading and unloading transporter-trailer 293-296 329
Chapter 11. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (MISSILE AND BOOSTER)
Section I. Personnel 297-299 340
II. Booster igniter, arming mechanisms, and battery box. 300-309 341
III. Propellant removal 310-316 344
section 1. Undergrounu storage magazine-type installations. 344-355 377
II. Aboveground launching sections 356-366 389
CHAPTER 15. EMERGENCY FIRING PROCEDURE 367-373 395
PART FOUR. EMPLACEMENT AND MARCH ORDER
CHAPTER 16. SEQUENCE 374-376 406
17. BATTERY CONTROL AREA
Section I. General 377-381 407
II. Acquisition radar and maintenance and spares trailer. 382-395 407
III. Battery control trailer and radar control trailer 396-407 420
IV. Missile-tracking radar, target-tracking radar, and
radar collimation mast assembly
408-420 426
CHAPTER 18. LAUNCHING AREA
Section I. Launching control trailer 421-433 445
II. Launching section control equipment 434-444 449
III. Launcher-loader assemblies 445-459 450
CHAPTER 19. ASSEMBLY AREA 460-470 460
20. ORGANIZATIONAI. MAINTE:v'ANCE OF EQUIPM1ENT 471,472 465
APPENDIX I. REFERENCES - 469
II. DESTRUCTION OF MATERIEL _ 470
III. GLOSSARY AND ABBREVIATIONS _ 471
Index - - 473