ARMY TM 10-1670-281-23&P
AIR FORCE T.O. 13C5-32-2
NAVY NAVAIR 13-1-32
(8) Stowing the suspension lines and risers.
(a) Fold the locking stow flap and the locking slot flap over the stowed canopy and insert the locking stow loops
through the respective locking slots (figure 2-32).
(b) Cut a 36-inch length of 1/2-inch wide tubular nylon webbing, or equivalent, for use as a packing aid. Double
the webbing length and make an overhand knot in the alined webbing ends.
Figure 2-32. Locking Stow Loops Inserted Through Locking Slots.
(c) Using the doubled webbing, encircle the suspension lines and make a girth hitch in the webbing at a
point 15 inches from the closed flaps of the bag. Thread the packing aid length knotted end through
the right locking stow loop and make the first locking stow by pulling the webbing and suspension
lines through the locking stow loop (figure 2-33) until a 3-inch loop is formed in the suspension lines
beyond the locking stow loop. Remove the packing aid.
(d) Using the webbing length packing aid and the procedures in (c) above, make the second locking stow
in the left locking stow loop (figure 2-34).
(e) Lay the deployment bag flat on the floor and expose the suspension line retaining straps by folding
the suspension line stowage flap back over the top panel.