(b) Handle, Release. The single point release handle assembly consists of a tubular webbing lanyard
to which the angular wire release cable is attached.
(c) Strap, Harness, Attaching. This strap is made of 1 1/2 inch Type III nylon webbing with a snap
hook on one end, and a triangular link on the other.
(6) Pack, Assembly, AT4. This jump pack is fabricated from nylon duck, nylon webbing, wool felt, and cotton
tape. The pack incorporates adjustable straps and quick release/fit hardware listed in Appendix C. A 15 foot lowering
line and stowage pocket is located on the exterior of the pack.
(7) Case, Parachutist's Individual Weapon, M-1950. The parachutist's individual weapons case Is made of
Type I cotton duck lined with 1/4-inch thick felt. The bottom of the case is reinforced on the inside with leather. The case
is closed at the side by means of a slide fastener thong and a snap fastener. The weapons case is equipped with a
quick-release snap link and several metal loops that are all attached to the case by webbing chapes. The snap link is
provided for accommodation of the quick-release snap-hook that secures the weapons case to the parachutist's harness.
The weapons case also has a webbing adjusting strap; two tiedown tapes, each of which is attached to a webbing tie-
down loop; a 20-foot lowering line; and a lowering line pocket. Hardware items are listed in Appendix C.
(8) Case, Parachutist's Weapon and Individual Equipment. This equipment consists of a pack and a
harness. The hexagonal-shaped pack is constructed of Type I cotton duck. The body is lined with 1/4-inch felt, and a
network of Type VIII cotton-nylon webbing suspender and securing straps. The straps are reinforced and are equipped
with quick-fit reversible adapters of 750-pound breaking strength. The pack is folded at the top and each side is held to
the top by a rivet. The harness consists of a Type I cotton duck body and flap, a network of securing and suspension
straps made of Type VIII nylon webbing, appropriate items of hardware, and a push pull actuator assembly. The release
assembly comprises the push-pull actuator assembly with release knob, a keeper pin with a Type IV nylon webbing strap,
a left and right-hand fastener and a Type X nylon webbing quick-release strap equipped with a snaphook at one end and
a quick-release, quick-fit connecting link at the other end.
(9) Jump Pack, Stinger Missile. The stinger pack consists of a nylon shell and felt liner. The pack
incorporates adjustable straps of Type II, VII, and X woven nylon webbing with