ARMY TM 10-1670-281-23&P
AIR FORCE T.O. 13C5-32-2
NAVY NAVAIR 13-1-32
2-16. Packing the 64-Foot Cargo Parachute, Model G-12D (cont).
Figure 2-39. Suspension Line Stowage Panel Rolled and Inserted Into Bag Open End.
(d) Cut a 24-inch length of 1/4-inch wide, type I cotton webbing and pass one end of the webbing length
through the closing loop on each of the four bag closing flaps. Pull the webbing ends to draw the
closing loops together (A, figure 2-40).
(e) Position the extended risers over the center of the flap closure and bring the webbing ends around
the risers (B, figure 2-40). Secure the webbing ends on top of the risers with a surgeon's knot and a
locking knot. Trim tie ends to 2 inches.
(f) Using a 24-inch length of 1/4-inch wide, type I cotton webbing, secure the right secondary bag closing
loops with one turn single by passing one end of the webbing through one loop, under the secured
risers, and through the opposite loop. Secure both webbing ends on top of the risers (figure 2-41)
with a surgeon's knot and a locking knot. Trim tie ends to 2 inches.
(g) Secure the left secondary bag closing loops and the positioned suspension clevis using a 48-inch
length of 1/4-inch wide, type I cotton webbing. Make the tie with one turn triple using the procedures
in (f), above (figure 2-42). Insure the closing flaps are tucked into the bag neatly and trim tie ends to
2 inches (figure 2-43).