ARMY TM 10-1670-282-23&P
AIR FORCE T.O. 13C5-30-2
NAVY NAVAIR 13-1-33
Packing the G-14 34-Foot Cargo Parachute.
This task covers:
Longfolding the Canopy
Preparing to Stow Suspension Lines
Stowing Suspension Lines
for Proper Layout
Stowing the Canopy
Attaching a Nonbreaking Static Line and
Attaching Breakaway Static Line
Closing the Pack
Stowing the Static Line
Folding the Gores
Packing Weights, Item 12, Section 1I1, Appendix B
Parachute cleaned (reference paragraph 2-12) and
Line Separator, Item 8, Section 111, Appendix B
given a shakeout (reference paragraph 2-11).
Cord, Nylon, Type l1l, Item 12, Appendix D
DA PAM 738-751
Retainer Band, Rubber, Item 1, Appendix D
Tape, Pressure Sensitive, Item 39, Appendix D
Thread, Cotton, Ticket No. 8/7, Item 22, Appendix D
Webbing, Nylon, Tubular, 3/4-In. OD, Item 40,
Webbing, Cotton, Type 1, 1/4-in., Item 30,
Failure to detect areas of damage may result in malfunction of the parachute and injury or loss of life to
Inspection. If defects or damages are discovered during inspection of a parachute, the parachute must be rigger-
rolled and processed for maintenance in accordance with para. 2-46. A modified/rigger-type inspection and a pack-in-process
inspection must be performed in conjunction with each packing of a parachute (refer to para. 2-13).
Modified/rigger-type inspection. Before each parachute is packed for air delivery, it must be given a
modified/rigger-type inspection by the packer in accordance with paragraph 2-13c(2).
Pack-in-process inspection. A pack-in-process inspection must be performed by a designated supervisory rigger,
other than the packer, at seven intervals during the packing procedure. The inspection is performed to assure that the
parachute is packed according to authorized packing procedures (refer to para. 2-13).