g. General supplies include many items which do not require special handling.
Food, clothing, light machinery, spare parts, and many other items are crated or boxed. In
very few instances will you find specially formed crates or boxes which allow separate
identification of contents. A hypothetical crate measuring 4 feet x 4 feet x 4 feet might
contain a generator, cases of dehydrated food, overcoats, or any of several other items.
These items can be stored in warehouses or buildings (Figure 2-19) or covered with
tarpaulin and placed in bunkers or caves, thereby denying the IA the opportunity to
analyze the containers. As a result, the IA locating such an installation reports it as a
supply dump, or depot (Figure 2-20) and gives its location and approximate dimensions.
Figure 2-19. General Supply Storage Warehouse.