Figure 1-17. Arm and hand signal for chemical attack.
a. You detect signs and symptoms of nerve agent poisoning in yourself or
b. The alarm on a mechanical, chemical agent detector device sounds.
c. Your M9 detector paper changes color.
d. Some artillery rounds explode less powerfully than they should.
e. Bomblets from an aircraft or a rocket pop rather than explode.
f. An aircraft sprays a mist or gas.