Prepare and install one GE cargo parachute or three G cargo parachutes to the A cargo bag according to FM /TO 13C FM /TO 13C, 21 August , is changed as follows: 1. New or changed material is , c1. , c1. ARMY FM (FM ). AIR FORCE TO . This publication supersedes FM /TO 13C, 31 October FM /TO 13C
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Expand the inch-long inner card- hoard container. Cut two by Inch pieces of honeycomb. All measurements are given In Inches.
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It is made up of a fiber board box and a plastic bag insert. Each drum weighs pounds when empty. When rigged for LAPE airdrop, the drum is filled with gallons of water and weighs 2, pounds.
Preparing and Positioning Honeycomb Prepare and position the honeycomb on the platform as shown in Figure 5. Through the front shackle of the ffm drum.
The 100-500-3 r 21 cargo bag uses either one G or one G 1 4 cargo parachute and a skid and honeycomb kit. Components of the pumping assembly that have been used to deliver petroleum products must not be used to pump water for human use.
T Bolt a 1 2-foot sling to each tandem link using a targe suspension clevis. Therefore, maintaining Joint Inspection training program is no longer required for this equipment.
Glue the honeycomb 10-500- to the skidp 2 inches in from the side and cantered between the front and rear edges. Bind the stacked containers and boards together with three 1 6-fool lengths of type X nyton webbing, three load binders, and six D rings.
One case of zip-top cans weighs 39 pounds. New or changed material is identified by a vertical bar in the margin opposite the changed material. Equipment required for rigging three gallon water drums for low-velocity airdrop on an 8-foot, type V platform continued ;: C Aircraft, Place a foot cargo extraction parachute and a foot 3 -looptype XXVI nylon webbing extraction line on the load for installation in the aircraft.
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Adhesive, 2-in Filament, reinforced, 1 -in Webbing: Technical Order Publication Improvement Report. The type II modular platform no longer exists within any contingency stocks. Lashings 13 through 24 initialled CI. Through die rear shackle of the third drum. Description of Load The 6-gailon milk-dispensing container is used as an expandable container for potable water.
Fk the stack 1 1 inches from the front edge of the platform.
Parachute restraint straps installed CI. Equipment Required Equipment required to rig fifty ounce cans for free drop is listed in table Received verbal response on 16 Oct 96 stating command is indifferent on the specific capability received.
Empty, the drum weighs pounds. Preparing Platform Prepare an 8-foot, type V platform using four tandem links and 28 clevises as shown in Fig- ure Seal the end of the container with 3-inch tape. Army Aviation Troop Command.
Preparing the outer container. Through the rear shackfe of the rear drum.
Seal the closed end with 3-inch tape. Remove and insert pages as indicated below.
FM Titles (Version 5.7, 6-21-01) Remarks A B
Fold the excess webbing, and tie the folds to the load binder. Seal the dosed end with 3- inch tape, CZJ Make sure that the tape extends at least 6 inches down the sides of the container. Honeycomb ia placed between the case anri outer container. Install a tie-down clevis on bushings I and 2 on each front tandem link 5. Slide the packing case, protected bv honeycomb, into the outer con- tainer, and fold the end flaps down.
Distribution authorized to US government agencies only to protect technical or operational information from automatic dissemination under the International Exchange Program or by other means. Lashing Number Clevis Number Instruction? T Center a drum on honeycomb stack J. Place four canteens in the second row of the separator, Insert the separator until the canteens in the second row are inside the container.
Tie the lead binders to their D-rings with a length of type I, M-inch cotton webbing. As required ft Cover: FigureInner container reinforced.