(c) Cut a five-inch length of 0.080-inch
8924616), and construct a safety pin as shown in figure
(d) Cut a 15-inch length of type III nylon cord
(NSN 4020-00-246-0688). Remove the inner core
threads and sear the ends of the cord.
(e) Pass half of the cord length through the
safety pin loop. Tie a square knot up against the loop.
Tie another square knot about 4-1/2 inches from
previously tied knots.
(d) Pass one loose end of the cord through
the snap where the webbing Is attached. Tie the two
cord ends together with a square knot as shown in figure
11-11. Tie an overhand knot in each loose end of cord.
11-22. Personnel Parachute and Parachute Harness.
Inspection criteria, procedures, and report for the
personnel parachute assembly and parachute harness
are explained in the following paragraphs.
a. Inspection Criteria. Any of the equipment listed
below which is in use, installed in aircraft as extra
equipment, located in an aviation unit ready-for-use
facility, or in the possession of aircraft crew members
will be inspected on a routine basis every 30 days and
prior to issue for use. When an aviation unit Is not
conveniently located, E.G. on same installation as their
parachute inspectors will check and ensure that
shelf/service life items are withdrawn from use at the
end of their service life in accordance with TB 43-0002-4
and will sign the required document to support turn-in of
Figure 11-9. Snap Hook Safety Guard Drill Details
Figure 11-10. Snap Hook Safety Pin Construction
Figure 11-11. Safety Pin Retaining Cord Secured
to Snap Hook
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