b. Shipping Between Maintenance Activities.
The shipping of airdrop equipment between organizational and direct support maintenance activities will be
accomplished on a signature verification basis using whatever means of available transportation. Used parachutes and
other fabric items will be tagged in accordance with TB 750-126, and rolled, folded, or placed loosely in a parachute
pack, deployment bag, or other suitable container, as required. Used wood and metal airdrop items will be tagged as
prescribed in TB 750-126 and placed into a suitable type container, if necessary. Unused airdrop equipment will be
transported in original shipping containers. During shipment, every effort will be made to protect airdrop items from
weather elements, dust, dirt, oil, grease, and acids. Vehicles used to transport parachutes will be inspected to insure the
items are protected from the previously cited material damaging conditions.
c. Other Shipping Instructions.
Airdrop equipment destined for domestic or overseas shipment will be packaged and marked in accordance with AR
700-15, TM 38-230-1, and TM 38-230-2. Shipment of airdrop items will be accomplished in accordance with AR 55-45.