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MIL-HDBK-1013/1A
1)
Low- and Medium-Severity Threats.
There are no low- and
medium-severity threat doors.
2)
High-Severity Threat.  Table 16 gives examples of typical door
panel construction required by DOD 5154.4 to achieve explosive safety in the
storage of Risk Categories I through IV, ammunition and explosives (see Table
15 for a description of risk categories).  At present, the shrouded shackle
padlock shown in Figure 40 together with the shrouded hasp shown in Figure
41, is to be used with these doors.  Note in Table 31, that although the door
panel is capable of providing a penetration delay time of 4 minutes, the
lock/hasp provides less than 1 minute of delay against a high-severity
threat.
3)
Very High-Severity Threat.  Figure 42 describes a door panel
design that will counter a very high-severity threat.  This panel should be
used with the High-Security Internal-Locking System.  The door panel and
locking system are described in detail in MIL-HDBK-1013/11 and 1013/6,
respectively.  When the door panel and locking system are integrated, the
resulting barrier will provide 20 minutes of delay against a very high-
severity threat level attack.
5.5.5.5
Vehicle Doors.  Table 33 provides a summary of the door
construction choices applicable to vehicle doors for the low-, medium-, and
high-severity threats.
Table 33
Vehicle Door Construction
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* Threat Severity Level  *
* Penetration Time *
Construction
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*
*
(minutes)
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*  18-gauge (1.2-mm)
*
*
Low
1
*
*  galvanized steel with
*
*
*
*  interlocking slates.
*
*
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*  14-gauge (1.9-mm)
*
*
Medium
1
*
*  hollow metal on 3/8-
*
*
*
*  inch (9.5-mm) steel
*
*
*
*  plate.
*
*
*
*
*
*
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*  See Table 16 and
*
*
High
4
*
*  Figures 40 and 41 for
*
*
*
*  magazine door.
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*
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1)
Low-Severity Threat.  For the low-severity threat, use the
standard 18-gauge (1.2-mm) galvanized-steel roll-up door with interlocking
slats.
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