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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Lashings 13 through 24 initialled CI. Pass a I 5-foot tie- down 10-50-3 through clevis I4A and then through the left rear shackle of the rear drum not shown.
FM Titles (Version 5.7, 6-21-01) Remarks A B
Insert the cardboard separator into the container until the first row of the separator is inside. Forty containers can be delivered in one A cargo bag, eight contain- ers can be delivered in one A cargo bag, and containers can be delivered in four A cargo bags. Through the rear shackle of the rear drum. This drawing Is not drawn to scale.
Position the inner container, and insert the four canteens as shown. Make sure that the tape extends at least 6 inches down the aides nf the container. 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. Filled with gallons of water, each drum weighs 10-50-03. Filled with gallons of potable water, each 100-500-3 weighs 2, pounds 10-5003- is 60 inches long and 40 inches in diameter.
Empty, the drum weighs pounds. Through the rear shackfe of the rear drum. Filled with 50 gallons of water, each drum weighs pounds.
Please make this change where it applies throughout the manual. Fold the excess webbing, and tie the folds to the load binder. The CINCs responses will be used to chart the direction and role for airdrop in the 21st century. Parachute restraint straps installed CI.
Eight containers are rigged in nn A cargo bag. Set a 1 9- by 45 inch piece of honey- comb on top of the water con- tainers. Preparing Platform Prepare an 8-foot, type V platform using four tandem links and 28 clevises as shown in Fig- ure File this transmittal sheet in front of the publication for reference purposes. The gallon drum filled with gallons of water weighs 3, pounds. Emergency drinking water, fifty ouncecans Weight: V Raise the suspension slings to their full length using a lifting provision not shown.
If the load varies from the one shown, the weight, height, and CB must be recomputed. Place the hales 9 inches from each corner and 3 Inches from the edge. Enclosed you will find a numerical list and the number of changes of the manuals that have unlimited distribution.
Place the skid on a level surface. As required ft Cover: Seal the end of the container with 3-inch tape. E-Mail note for VIII Army states that the command has no input to ihe assessment as theii plans call for a limited employment of airdrop.
Equipment Required Equipment required to rig ounce zip-top cans for free drop is listed in table It is made up of a fiber board box and a plastic bag insert.
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Army and other services recently have concurred that LAPES will be terminated, as this capability is no longer required as a viable wartime contingency airdrop option. Before doing step 1.
W Adhesive, paste, 1 -gal Clevis, suspension: Seal the dosed end with 3- inch tape, Make sure that the tape extends at least 6 inches down the sides of the container. Install a tandem link on the rear of each platform side rail using holes 22, 23, and Description of Load The gallon collapsible water drum is a du- rable, nonvented, cylindrically shaped rubber container fitted with a faucet valve.
When rigged for LAPE airdrop, the drum is filled with gallons of water and weighs 2, pounds. Insert the plastic bag into rm fiber- board box. Placing Extraction Parachute Place the extraction parachute as described below. Repeat 3 until rows 3, 4, 5, and 6 are filled. The point of contact for this action is Mr.
Through the front shackle 10-5500-3 the third drum. Close dog end of the container by folding the flops closed. Honeycomb is placed between the inner and outer containers. Push down slowly on the plastic bag to squeeze out all of the air.
Gm the water containers together with either two A-7 A sling straps or two 1 5- foot tie down straps, hea vy- ditty D- rings, and load binders. FigurePlywood and honeycomb secured CI. Wrap four bands of tapa twice around each container as shewn.
Figu re 3 01-500-3 6, Sk id p rvpared and konvyca m h s t ticks p laved. Equipment required for rigging three gallon water drums for low-velocity airdrop on an 8-foot, type V platform continued ;: The gallon drum filled with gallons of water weighs 2, pounds when rigged for low-velocity airdrop.