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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. Four 10-5003 are rigged in an A cargo bag for low-velocity airdrop. Figure r Honeycomb stacks built and placed.

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Preparing Containers Prepare 40 containers as shown in figure If the load varies from the one shown, the weight, height, and CB 10-50-3 be recomputed. Through the front shackle of the first drum. Equipment Required Use the equipment listed in Table to rig this load. Water containers placed and bound. Bind 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.


10-50-3 die rear shackle of the third drum.

Through the rear shackle of the rear drum. Cut two by Inch pieces of honeycomb.

Full text of “Airdrop of Supplies and Equipment: Rigging Potable Water”

Only those loads that specifically require this system are authorized use of this system. Center the thtrd piece between the end pieces to form the third layer. Positioning Honeycomb Position two by inch, two by inch, and two by inch pieces of honeycomb as shown in figure Before doing step 1. Measurements given in this section are from the front 10-50-03 of the platform, NOT from the front edge of the nose bumper.

Empty, the drum weighs pounds. Insert the cardboard separator into the container until the first row of the separator is inside. Description of Load The 6-gailon milk-dispensing container is used as an expandable container for potable water. A pumping assembly can be rigged with the load as an accompanying load.

QT Pad the faucet valves with cellulose wadding and tape. Through the rear shackle of the first drum. Preparing Containers Prepare eight milk-dispensing containers as shown in figure Search the history of 10-00-3 billion web pages on the Internet. Pad the load binders and D-rLiigs with cellulose wadding. The CINCs responses will be used to chart the direction and role for airdrop in the 21st century.


Set a 1 9- by 45 inch 1-500-3 of honey- comb on top of the water con- tainers. Position the filled container with the open end up. Equipment required for rigging three gallon water drums for low-velocity airdrop on an 8-foot, type V platform continued ;: Fold the excess webbing, and tie the folds to the load binder.

Those rigging procedures which have dual application with the type V platform are still valid for the type V platform. Repeat 3 until rows 3, 4, 5, and 6 are filled.

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Push down slowly on the plastic bag to squeeze out all of the air. Slide the packing case, protected bv honeycomb, into the outer con- tainer, and fold the end flaps down. Figu re 3 – 6, Sk id p rvpared and konvyca m h s t ticks p laved. Figure A cargo bag prepared Remove pages Insert pages i through viii i through xii through through through Glossary- 1 References-1 Glossary- 1 References-1 3.