FM 10-500-3 PDF

Dobar C Aircraft, Place a foot cargo extraction parachute a foot 3 -looptype XXVI nylon webbing extraction line on the load for installation in the aircraft. Twenty-four 1 -quart plastic canteens filled with 6 gallons of water weigh 54 pounds. Water containers placed and bound. Set a 1 9- by 45 inch piece of honey- comb on top of the water con- tainers.

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Yozshurr Replace the cap on the bag. FigurePlywood and honeycomb secured CI. Each drum weighs pounds when empty. Figu re 3- 1Milk — dispen si ng eo nta iner p repa red. Remove and insert pages as indicated below. C Aircraft Place a foot cargo ex- traction parachute and a foot 3-looptype XXVI nylon webbing extraction line on the load for installation in the aircraft. Army Aviation Troop Command. Based on information received the references a-c above, the following update is provided per request ref c, above.

Place a foot cargo ex- traction parachute and a foot 3-looptype XXVI nylon webbing extraction line on the load for installation in the aircraft. DO NOT use shorter lines to form foot extraction line. It is inches long and 53 inches in diameter. T Cut two by 1 6- Inch pieces of honeycomb for stack J. The gallon drum filled with gallons of water weighs 3, pounds.

FM Titles Version 5. Y Raise the suspension flings to their full length using a lifting provision not shown. Figu re 3 — 6, Sk id p rvpared and konvyca m h s t ticks p laved. Adhesive, 2-in Filament, reinforced, 1 -in Webbing: It is 10 inches square and 17 inches high. The CINCs responses will be used to chart the direction and role for airdrop in the century. This system is not authorized for use IAW ref d, above.

Position the filled container with the open end up. Wrap four bands of tapa twice around each container as shewn. Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms. Preparing the outer container. Center the outside pieces f fcush with the ends of the first layer.

Use nylon- rein fore ad tape to close the container. A pumping assembly can be rigged with the load as an accompanying load. Place one piece on each end p flush with the edges af the bottom first layer. MJ Secure each sling to the inboard shackles of the first and third drums with a one turn single Length of type I. T Position the plvwood inside the cover. Based on the responses received enclosurethere is no strong support for LAPES airdrop capability at this time. As proponent for development of all series airdrop rigging field manuals and the sling load manuals, it has been determined that the distribution restriction on these field manuals should be changed to read: One case of zip-top cans weighs 39 pounds.

Honeycomb placed on CI. Figure A cargo bag prepared Preparing and Positioning Honeycomb Prepare and position the honeycomb on the platform as shown in Figure 5.

Drums fmsititmed and lashed together Cl. Close one end by folding the end flap. Fold the excess webbing, and tie the folds to the load binder. Glue four 6- by inch pieces of honeycomb to the skid. Related Articles.

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Yozshurr Replace the cap on the bag. FigurePlywood and honeycomb secured CI. Each drum weighs pounds when empty. Figu re 3- 1Milk — dispen si ng eo nta iner p repa red. Remove and insert pages as indicated below. C Aircraft Place a foot cargo ex- traction parachute and a foot 3-looptype XXVI nylon webbing extraction line on the load for installation in the aircraft. Army Aviation Troop Command.

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JoJoshicage T Center a drum on honeycomb stack J. Lash the drums together as shown in Figure Projected publication date — Spring Please make this change where it applies throughout the manual. Starting at the front of the platform, number the clevises bolted to the right side from I through 1 4 and those bolted to the left side from I A through J4A. Further, we will continue to maintain a range of airdrop capabilities to support all contingencies throughout the Army. Preparing Containers Prepare eight milk-dispensing containers as shown in figure T Cut two by 3i-inch pieces of honeycomb for stack 2, Center the stack 7 Inches from stack I. Only those loads that specifically require this system are authorized use of this system.

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Mikall Four drums are rigged in an A cargo bag for low-velocity airdrop. 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. Description of Load The gallon collapsible water drum is a du- rable, nonvented, cylindrically shaped, rubber container fitted with a faucet valve. Airdrop of Supplies and Equipment: Position the filled container with the open end up.

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Shakalar Placing Extraction Parachute Place the extraction parachute as described below. Honeycomb ia placed between the case anri outer container. Honeycomb is placed between the case and outer con- tainer. Emergency drinking water, fifty ouncecans Weight: IM-lnch cotton webbing not shown. Wrap four bands of tapa twice around each container as shewn.

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