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MIL-HDBK-1012/1
8.9.3.3
Cabling
a) Cabling from the pedestal to the building shall be run in a
cable trench, as set forth in the BESEP.
b) Transmission and communication lines shall enter the building
through an underground cable vault.
c)  Cabling within the building shall be run in overhead cable
trays as set forth in the BESEP.
d) Where red/black security conditions exist, the installation
shall conform to MIL-HDBK-419.
8.9.3.4
Interference Suppression. The criteria for receiver facilities
shall apply.
Grounding
8.9.3.5
a) Hardstands require grounding and shall be part of the
equipotential plane specified in the BESEP.
b) Antenna grounding shall be as set forth in the BESEP.
c) Where radomes are required, a properly grounded lightning rod
shall be installed at the top of the radome.
d) Where red/black security conditions exist, the installation
shall conform to MIL-HDBK-419.
8.10
Transportables
Description.  Transportable facilities are electronics equipment
8.10.1
enclosures that range in size and construction from small tactical enclosures
that can be carried within or towed behind a truck to large semi-permanent
enclosures that are essentially assembled and completed in the field.  The
main transportable classifications are as follows:
8.10.1.1  Transportable/tactical.  This is an enclosure that can be
transported by standard military means, quickly placed in operation, and
easily relocated. The electronic equipment must be built in to the greatest
extent possible so that the system can be activated by opening protective
doors/covers and applying power to quick disconnect fittings. Wheels and
leveling jacks or skids may be provided.
8.10.1.2  Transportable/relocatable.  This is an enclosure that can be
completed, with all equipment installed, checked out, and secured, prior to
shipment. The enclosure, if possible, should conform to the dimensions of
International Organization for Standardization (ISO) containers, in accordance
with OPNAVINST 4620.8, Use of Internal Containers, Special Purpose Vans. and
Tactical Shelters. These units require minimal assembly and hook-up in the
field.  These transportables are generally much larger and heavier than
tactical units, and offer more flexibility. in electronic and environmental
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