Pack Assembly. There are two different pack trays used with the 24-Foot Diameter Troop Chest
Reserve Parachute Canopy. They are similar in appearance on the out side once the reserve is fully
packed and closed with the exception of the MIRPS pack tray that has the ripcord grip protruding from the
top center of the pack tray. In addition, an identifying yellow binding tape has been added to the ripcord
protector flap to identify the MIRPS.
The T-10R. This pack tray has two major parts of the pack. They are the main panel and the bottom and
end panels. The main panel forms a top-side flap and a bottom side flap, and the bottom and end panels
form a right end flap and a left end flap. The main panel is positioned across the bottom and end panels,
and the overlap central areas are stitched together to form the pack bottom. A rectangular shaped pack
frame is enclosed in a pocket formed in the pack bottom. Two holes are provided in the bottom of the
pack for the connector snaps, which are used for attaching the parachute to the primary parachute
harness. Two suspension line retainer band keepers are attached on the inside near the ends of the
pack bottom. A pilot chute protector flap is attached to the inside of each of the side flaps.