ARMY TM 10-1670-271-23&P
AIR FORCE TO 14D1-2-464-2
MARINE CORPS TM 01136B-23&P/1
1-7. Location and Description of Major Components (CONT).
Figure 1-3. Pack Tray.
c. Deployment Bag. (Figure 1-4.) The T-10B parachute is packed in the deployment bag. The
deployment bag is constructed of 8.8 ounce cotton sateen cloth with a static line attached. Two types of
deployment bags are available for use. These bags differ in the construction of the stow loops - rolled stow
loops (A, figure 1-4) and manufactured woven stow loops (B, figure 1-4).
d. Harness Assembly. (Figure 1-5.) The parachute is attached to the harness assembly which secures
the parachute to the paratrooper before the jump and during descent. The T-10B parachute harness assembly
is equipped with one chest and two leg straps secured with quick-ejector snaps. The female portion of the
canopy release has a cable loop-type release.
The troop harness assembly (NSN 1670-00-004-8876), equipped with quick-
ejector snaps, will replace the T-10 parachute harness assembly through
attrition. Also, the nylon pack tray with waistband located in lower position
will replace the cotton and nylon pack trays with waistband located in center
of pack tray through attrition. During the transition period, numerous
configurations may occur interchangeability of components is permitted,
provided shelf service life and serviceability criteria are met.