ARMY TM 10-1670-281-23&P
AIR FORCE T.O. 13C5-32-2
NAVY NAVAIR 13-1-32
The bag closing tie will not be knotted until the center line, risers, and clevis have
been positioned over the center of the flap closure. Failure to observe this caution
may result in a malfunction.
(f) Cut two 24-inch lengths of 1 /4inch wide type I cotton webbing.
(g) Rigger 1 passes an end of one of the webbing lengths through the closing loop on each of the
four bag closing flaps (A, figure 2-91).
(h) Pull the webbing ends to draw the closing loops together (B, figure 2-92).
(i) Rigger 2 positions the risers and center line over the center of the flap closure.
(j) Rigger 1 brings the webbing ends around the risers and center line.
(k) Secure the webbing ends on top with a surgeon's knot and a locking knot (figure 2-93).
Figure 2-91. Routing Tie and Tightening Bag Closing Loops.