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4.19.1. Mounting. Bases may choose to provide the Type B5 Building Number Sign in addition
to the Type B4 Military Building Entry Sign. In the absence of installation-specific mounting
requirements for visibility by security police and fire personnel, mount the Type B5 sign directly
below the Type B4 Military Building Entry Sign or the Type C4 Community Building Entry
Sign. (See Figure 4.24).
4.19.2. Colors. White letters and numbers on standard brown background.
4.19.3. Dimensions. 200 mm x 450 mm (8" x 1'- 6").
4.19.4. Typography. Helvetica medium, 2" (50 mm) numbers, centered.
4.20. Military Construction Sign Type B6. Required for all Military Construction Projects.
Exceptions may be made for security reasons or to meet the restrictions of host nations. In addition,
host MAJCOMs may require the Military Construction Sign on non-Military Construction Projects.
Specific requirements for sign graphics and construction are provided in Engineering Technical
Letter (ETL) 93-1, Construction Signs dated 11 Mar 93.
4.21. Building Accessibility Sign Type B7. When not all entrances to a building are accessible,
accessible building entrances must be identified with the international symbol of accessibility. The
symbol shall be displayed as shown in Figures 4.25, 4.26 and 4.27.
4.21.1. Colors. White symbol on standard dark contrasting background.
4.21.2. Dimensions. 150 mm x 150 mm (6"x 6").