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3. There are no rapid changes of temperature which would cause moisture condensation.
4. Equipment is stored at least 6-inches off the floor, 1-foot away from external walls and 4-feet below
the roof or ceiling, with ventilation alleys between stacks on all sides.
5. Stock is protected by covers from exposure to bright sunlight (doors, windows, skylight) and from
fluorescent lighting, if within 6-feet distance.
6. Measurements, inspection and records are maintained to show that the criteria are met.
7. Cargo and cargo extraction parachutes packed for contingency operations will be identified by an
entry made on the JUMP, INSPECTION, AND REPACK DATA page of each applicable parachute log
record. The statement PACKED FOR CONTINGENCY and the location of the contingency stock will
be stamped in the log record using red ink.
PARACHUTE LOG RECORD
Using activities receiving cargo and cargo extraction parachutes from contingency stock will enter the date
of receipt in each applicable parachute log record (refer to the illustration above). Subsequent repack
intervals for these parachutes will be scheduled as specified above. However, under no circumstances
will the repack interval exceed 36 months for non depot contingency stock parachutes. For depot
contingency stock parachutes, the repack interval will not exceed 144-months.
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