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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FM Titles (Version 5.7, 6-21-01) Remarks A B
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: Description of Load One case of fifty ounce cans of water is rigged in a cardboard container. Parachute release attached CI. Water, drinking, 3 gallons, twenty-four ounce zip-top cans Weight: Preparing Inner Container a.
Position the drums on the platform as shown in Figure Twenty-four 1 -quart plastic canteens filled with 6 gallons of water weigh 54 pounds. Through the front shackle of the rear drum.
FM Titles (Version , ) Remarks A B
10-5000-3 one end by folding the end flap. Type V Airdrop Platform. The metric platform interim rigging procedures are no longer valid as they apply to metric platforms.
Preparing Containers Prepare 40 containers as shown in figure Drums positioned und lashed together CI.
Tie the lead binders to their D-rings with a length of type I, M-inch cotton webbing. Rigging Typical Supply Loads.
Space the inner pieces 8 inches from the outside pieces, and glue them. Stencil the following information on the container: Install a tandem link on the front of each platform side rail using holes I k 2, and 1, 3.
Tj Bolt a I 2-foot sling to each tandem link using a large suspension clevis. Through the rear shackle of the front drum, Through the tm shackle of the front drum, Through the front shackle of the rear drum. Through die rear shackle of the third drum. Equipment Required Equipment required to rig fifty ounce cans for free drop is listed in table It is 62 inches long and 53 inches in diameter. Equipment Required Use the equipment listed in Table to 1-0500-3 this load.
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Through the rear shackle of the first drum. Through the front shackle of the first drum. Installing Lifting Slings Install the lifting slings to each drum using two 3- foot 2-loop and two 9-foot 2-looptype XX VI nylon webbing slings as shown in Figure A copy of this manual must be available to the joint airdrop inspectors during the before- and after-loading inspections.
Remove and insert pages as indicated below. Each drum is 60 inches long and 40 inches in diameter. Fold the excess webbing, and tie the folds to the load binder.
Water containers placed and bound. Bind the water containers 110-500-3 with either two 10-50-3 A sling straps or two 1 5- foot tie down straps, hea vy- ditty D- rings, and load binders. Stencil the following information on the outer con- tainer: 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.
Equipment required for rigging three gallon water drums for low-velocity airdrop on an 8-foot, type V 10-50-3 National Stock iliii! Four drums are rigged in an A cargo bag for low-velocity airdrop. File this transmittal sheet in front of the publication for reference purposes. Use nylon- rein fore ad tape to close the container.
One case of ounce cans weighs Center eight prepared water con- tainers on the cover.
Make sure the shackles on 10-500-3 drums are parallel to the platform before installing the lashings. 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. Please make this change where it applies throughout the manual.
MJ Secure each sling to the inboard shackles of the first and third drums with a one turn single Length of fk I. A pumping assembly can be rigged with the load as an accompanying load.