ARMY TM 10-1670-281-23&P
AIR FORCE T.O. 13C5-32-2
NAVY NAVAIR 13-1-32
Figure 2-29. Canopy Breakcord Tie Completed.
(6.1) Installing Deployment Bag Strap.
(a) If required, a 60-inch deployment bag retaining strap may be substituted for a breakcord.
(b) Use on connector link, and attach one end of the 60-inch connector strap to the parachute bridle loop.
(c) Use a second connector link, and attach the free end of the 60-inch connector strap to the
deployment bag breakcord attaching loop.
(d) S-fold the connector strap, and secure it with a retainer band.
(e) Place the bridle loop connector link and the retention strap inside the deployment bag through its vent
(7) Stowing the canopy.
(a) Two men, positioned at the top of the canopy, will raise the open end of the deployment bag and hold
the bag erect. In addition, one or both individuals should hold the canopy material to the bag to
prevent the canopy vent from being withdrawn through the bag vent line hole while the canopy is
being picked up from the packing surface.
(b) A third man shall move to a point located a reasonable distance below the canopy top, pick up the
canopy from the packing surface and S-fold the canopy material into the deployment bag (figure 2-
(c) Continue stowing the canopy using procedures in (b), above, until only 2 feet of the canopy remains
out of the deployment bag.
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