WEIGHT/BALANCE AND LOADING
SECTION I. GENERAL
6-1. Extent of Coverage.
and records are contained in AR 95-3, TM 55-1500-342-23,
and DA PAM 738-751.
Sufficient data has been provided so that, knowing
the basic weight and moment of the aircraft, any
6-3. Aircraft Compartment and Stations.
combination of weight and balance can be computed.
The aircraft is separated into two compartments
associated with loading of the aircraft.
compartments are the cockpit and the cabin. Figure 6-1
Army Model U-21G is in Class 2.
directives governing weight and balance of Class 2
SECTION II. WEIGHT AND BALANCE
Weight and Balance Clearance Form F, if applicable.
are completed at time of delivery. This record is the
The data to be inserted on weight and balance
basic weight and balance data of the aircraft at delivery.
charts and forms are applicable only to the individual
All subsequent changes in weight and balance are
aircraft, the serial number of which appears on the title
compiled by the weight and balance technician.
page of the booklet entitled WEIGHT AND BALANCE
DATA supplied by the aircraft manufacturer and on the
various forms and charts which remain with the aircraft.
The charts and forms referred to in this chapter may
differ in nomenclature and arrangement from time to
time, but the principle on which they are based will not
6-5. Charts and Forms.
The standard system of weight and balance control
require the use of several different charts and forms.
Within this chapter, the following are used:
a. Chart C - Basic Weight and Balance Record,
DD Form 365-3.
b. Form F - Weight and Balance Clearance Form
F, DD Form 365-4 (Transport).
The aircraft manufacturer inserts all
identifying data on the title page of the booklet
WEIGHT AND BALANCE DATA and on the
charts and forms. All charts, including one
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