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ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT FOR LOW VELOCITY AIR DROP SYSTEMS (LVADS)
PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT
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92R(10) Parachute Rigger
General Information. An in-storage inspection is a physical check conducted on a random sample of
airdrop equipment that is located in storage. Authorized rigger personnel (MOS 92R(20)) will conduct this
Intervals. Equipment in storage will be inspected at least semiannually and at more frequent intervals if
prescribed by the local parachute maintenance officer.
Inspection. Inspect to ensure the equipment is ready for issue.
1. If necessary, check for proper identification.
2. Check that no damage or deterioration has been occurred.
3. Ensure that all modifications, or similar requirements, have been completed.
4. Check the adequacy of the storage facilities, efforts taken to control pests and rodents, and protection
against unfavorable climatic conditions.
Initial Shipment. The initial packaging and shipping of equipment is the responsibility of item
manufacturers, who are required to comply with federal and military packing specifications, as stipulated in
contractual agreements. Equipment is normally shipped to depot activities, by domestic freight or parcel
post, and packed to comply with overseas shipping requirements. Except for those pieces of equipment
that are unpackaged and subjected to random inspections or testing by depot activity, equipment received
by a using unit will be contained in the original packaging materials.
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