ARMY TM 10-1670-279-23&P
AIR FORCE T.O. 13C5-27-2
NAVY NAVAIR 13-1-28
2-16. Packing the 22-Foot Cargo Extraction Parachute (cont).
Figure 2-12. Removing Partial Inversion.
f. Locating Suspension Lines. To properly locate suspension lines, proceed as follows:
Suspension lines 1 thru 28 are divided into two groups, lines 1 thru 14 in left
group and lines 15 thru 28 in right group.
(1) Divide the suspension lines into left and right groups.
(2) Place a packing weight around the right group of lines and move weight toward risers, checking for turns,
tangles and twists.
(3) When inversion, turns, tangles, and twists are present in a canopy assembly, the proper sequence for removal
to achieve proper layout is to remove an inversion first, remove turns secondly, then remove tangles, and
finally, remove twists as follows:
(a) Turns. A turn occurs when one group of suspension lines rotates around other group (figure 2-13).
1 Remove connector links from tension plate and remove a turn by rotating adapter web in direction opposite
to direction of turn.
2 Reposition connector links on tension plate.