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 2-30. Bag Opening Safety Loop and Pendulum Line Secured.
m. Attaching the Extraction Line. Extraction Parachute NSN 1670-00-687-5458 requires a 60-foot, three-loop, Type
X Extraction line and may only be used on C-130 aircraft. Extraction Parachute NSN 1670-01-063-3716 will require a 60-
foot, three-loop Type XXVI extraction line for C-130 aircraft or a 140 foot, three loop, Type XXVI extraction line for C-141
aircraft. The type X extraction line will not be used on this parachute. Refer to FM 10-500 and TM 10-1670-286-20&P
for attachment and stowing of extraction lines.
Stowing the Extraction Line, Adapter Web, or Release Line.
Position packed deployment bag on a packing table with bottom facing up.
If applicable, secure V-knife, located in extraction line 30 feet from load attaching loop to extraction line
webbing using pressure-sensitive tape.
Stow extraction, adapter web, or release line length as applicable by S-folding along length of deployment
bag, making layers of folds, as required. Using deployment bag tiedown loops, secure each layer of S-folded
extraction line at a minimum of two points. Make each tie with a suitable length of one turn single, 1/4-inch
wide, Type I Cotton webbing (figure 2-31).