ARMY TM 10-1670-281-23&P
AIR FORCE T.O. 13C5-32-2
NAVY NAVAIR 13-1-32
(f) Temporarily secure the folded suspension line stowage flap at the bridle end of the bag with the two
adjacent cluster tie webbing straps. Pass each webbing strap through the end loop of the adjacent
suspension line retaining strap and make a slip knot in the webbing strap.
(g) Cut a minimum of twenty-four 18-inch lengths of 1/4-inch wide, type I cotton webbing for use as
suspension line ties.
(h) Beginning with the suspension line retaining strap loops at the top of the bag, secure three lengths of
tie webbing to each loop on the line stowage panel by making a slip loop in each webbing length
Figure 2-35. Suspension Line Ties Positioned on Suspension Line Retaining Strap Loops.
(i) Extend the suspension line length from the left locking stow to the first webbing loop at the upper right
corner of the line stowage panel and form the first suspension line stow by making an S-fold in the
suspension lines at the edge of the line stowage panel. Secure the formed suspension line stow with
the first length of tie webbing, make a surgeon's knot and a locking knot (figure 2-36).
(j) Extend the suspension line length to the first webbing loop at the upper left comer of the line stowage
panel. Form and secure the second suspension line stows as described in (i), above (figure 2-37).
Continue stowing and securing the remaining suspension line length alternately from right to left.
Insure each stow is alined with the line stowage panel edge.