ARMY TM 10-1670-271-23&P
AIR FORCE TO 14D1-2-464-2
MARINE CORPS TM 01136B-23&P/1
Figure 2-38. Tying Static Line Loop to Bridle Loop.
(3) Tie ends of webbing over the static line loop (A, figure 2-39), using a surgeon's knot and a locking
knot (B, figure 2-29). Allow approximately a 3-inch loop between the static line loop and the bridle loop. Cut
off excess webbing , leaving ends approximately 2 inches long.
j. Stowing Canopy. Proceed to stow the canopy as follows:
(1) Release tension and unhook the bridle loop from the apex hook. Hold the deployment bag open with
the right hand and grasp the canopy near the apex. Place the apex of the canopy into the upper right corner of
the deployment bag (figure 2-40).
(2) Grasp the canopy with the left hand, approximately the width of the deployment bag, and place the
second stow in the upper left corner
(3) Continue stowing the canopy In alternating sides of the deployment bag until the lower lateral band
and anti-inversion net are reached (figure 2-41).
(4) Grasp the lower lateral band and slide it into the center of the deployment bag.
(5) With the middle finger of the right hand placed between the left and right group of suspension lines,
grasp the anti-inversion net.