ARMY TM 10-1670-271-23&P
AIR FORCE TO 14D1-2-464-2
MARINE CORPS TM 01136B-23&P/1
2.32. Deployment Bag.
This task covers
Knife, Item 13, Appendix B
Webbing, Cotton, Type II, Item 59,
Knife, Hot Metal, Item 14, Appendix B
Pot, Melting, Electric, Item 22,
Webbing, Nylon, Type VIII, Item 67,
Sewing Machine, Light Duty (Table 2-2)
Wire, Steel, 0.080 Diameter, Item 70,
Sewing Machine, Medium Duty (Table 2-2)
Sewing Machine, Very Heavy Duty
Shears, Item 28, Appendix B
43E(10) Parachute Rigger
Beeswax, Item 2, Appendix D
Cloth, Cotton Satten, 8.8 oz, Item 8,
Deployment bag clean with defects recorded.
Cord, Nylon, Type II, Item 14,
Thread, Nylon, Item 50/51, Appendix D
Group No 03, MAC, Appendix B,
Thread, Nylon, Item 54/55, Appendix D
Thread, Nylon, Item 56, Appendix D
(1) General. Two types of deployment bags are used with the T-10B parachute deployment bag with
locking loop closure and rolled stow loops (A, figure 2-98), and deployment bag with locking loop closure and
manufactured woven stow loops (B, figure 2-98). Bags with manufactured woven stow loops are not stocked
but may be used until unserviceable.
(2) Stitching. Stitch and restitch with thread, nylon, size E, which matches the color of the original
stitching, when possible. Lock all straight stitching by backstitching at least 1/2 inch. Restitch directly over the
original stitching following the original stitch pattern as closely as possible.
(3) Restenciling. If necessary, restencil bag number on suspension line protector cover in accordance
with para 2-19.
(4) Suspension line stow loop. Repair stow loops as follows
(a) Permissible damage. Two manufactured woven stow loops per panel may be torn, if the
tear does not exceed 1/2 the width of the loop, and the torn loops are not adjoining. Bags with tie closure may
have closing loops torn up to 1/2 the width (A, figure 2-99).