ARMY TM 10-1670-271-23&P
AIR FORCE TO 14D1-2-464-2
MARINE CORPS TM 01136B-23&P/1
Figure 2-92. Anti-Inversion Net Repairs.
(3) Spread new piece of netting over removed section with top horizontal cord placed below old cord
sewn to lower lateral band.
(4) Cut out a new section so that ends may be sewn together, using method shown in C and D, figure 2-
93, as a guide.
(5) If there is insufficient horizontal cord on the inside of the suspension lines of the section being
replaced to attach the replacement net, the horizontal net cords may be placed across suspension
line and sewn to other cords on each side of the suspension line.
(6) Sew a minimum of one inch by skipping over the suspension line or sewing cords together for two
inches in the adjacent section and the section being replaced.
(7) Avoid removal of vertical net cord from suspension line, if possible. When replacement vertical net
cord must be sewn to suspension line, the old cord shall be carefully removed.
The above procedures describe basic netting repairs normally required. This
should not be construed to mean that these repairs are the only authorized repairs.
Any time supervisory parachute maintenance personnel determine that other
repairs are necessary to maintain the basic integrity of the net assembly, they may
be made following basic criteria outlined above.