ARMY TM 10-1670-278-23&P
AIR FORCE T.O. 13C5-26-2
NAVY NAVAIR 13-1-27
Stowing the Suspension Lines.
When making suspension line stows insure stows do not exceed the width of the deployment
Right of secured center bag tie loops, form a loop in suspension lines and make first suspension line stow
at upper right corner of deployment bag suspension line stowage flap. Secure stow with the previously
installed retainer band (A, figure 2-26).
Extend suspension lines to upper left corner of stowage flap, form a loop in the suspension line and secure
stow with previously installed retainer band.
Using procedures in (1) and (2) above, continue stowing suspension lines on stowage flap to a point within
six inches of suspension line connector link assemblies. Make last stow at the lower right side of the
stowage flap (B, figure 2-26).
Closing the Deployment Bag.
Position suspension line connector link assemblies back on top of stowed suspension lines and extend
extraction line or adapter web, as applicable, across stowed suspension lines to upper left comer of
deployment bag (A, figure 2-27).
Fold right side of suspension line stowage flap over stowed suspension lines, fold left flap over right flap
(B, figure 2-27).
Beginning at lower end of suspension line stowage flap, tightly roll flap into open end of deployment bag.
Insure extraction line or adapter web extends from left side of deployment bag (figure 2-28).
Fold extended extraction line or adapter web from left to right across rolled suspension line stowage flap
Using a doubled length of thread, size 8/7 make left bag closing tie by passing one end of thread through
left bottom bag closing loop from right to left, under extraction line or adapter web, as applicable, through
top bag closing loop from left to right, secure ends together over extraction line or adapter web, as
applicable, with a surgeon's knot and a locking knot. Trim tie ends to 2-inches.