ARMY TM 10-1670-279-23&P
AIR FORCE T.O. 13C5-27-2
NAVY NAVAIR 13-1-28
Figure 2-64. Safety Cord Fabrication Details.
(4) Insert splicing aid into cord casing at 8-inch mark and work aid through cord to outside at
5-inch mark (figure 2-65).
(5) Pass 4 inches of marked cord end through one bottom bag closing loop and attach tapered
end to splicing aid.
(6) Pull splicing aid with attached cord end back into cord casing at 5-inch mark and work aid
back through cord casing until 3- and 5-inch marks are alined.
(7) Hold alined marks together and work splicing aid and tapered cord end to outside at 8-inch
(8) Remove tapered cord end from splicing aid and while holding alined 3- and 5-inch marks
together, stretch cord length to allow tapered cord end to recede inside cord casing.
(9) Secure formed safety cord end loop by stitching a 3/16-inch wide by 3-inch long row using
a zig-zag sewing machine and size E nylon thread. Stitching will be 7 to 11 stitches per
(10)Mark and attach cord running end to opposite bottom bag closing loop using procedures in
(3) through (9) above.