SECTION III. FUEL/OIL
6-12. Fuel Load Fuel loading imposes a restriction on
6-13. Fuel and Oil Data
the amount of cargo which can be carried. The required
fuel must first be determined, then that weight subtracted
fuel moment/1000 given gallons and pounds of JP-4
from the total weight of cargo and fuel. Cargo weights
up to and including the remaining allowable capacity can
be subtracted directly from the weight of cargo and fuel.
b. Oil Data. Total oil weight is included in the basic
As the fuel load is increased, the cargo capacity is
weight of the aircraft. Servicing information is provided
SECTION IV. PERSONNEL
6-14. Aircraft Personnel Cargo Features.
one litter on the left side of the cabin. One three-man
bench seat is provided at the forward right side of the
a. Cabin. The cabin extends from the back of the
compartment for ambulatory patients or medical
cockpit to the aft cabin wall. This area, when completely
stripped of seating provisions, provides as 230.0 cubic
foot cargo space with maximum measurements of 155.0
d. Staff Transport Features . Two versions of staff
inches long, 57.0 inches high and 55.0 inches wide.
transport cabin seating arrangements are available. The
Access is gained through the rectangular main entrance
first version has three forwardfacing chair seats secured
door which measures 51.5 inches high and 26.5 inches
to the floor ratings on each side of the center aisle
wide. In conjunction with the main entrance door, a
cargo door is provided to give an opening of 51.5 inches
facing chair seats and two aft-facing chair seats secured
high and 53.5 inches wide. The floor is designed to
to the floor railings on each side of the center aisle.
withstand cargo loads of 200 pounds per square foot.
Also, foldout tables are attached to the compartment wall
Refer to Section V to determine maximum cargo
between each pair of facing seats. A storage cabinet is
capacity and load position. Payload, must be limited in
located along the right wall aft of the main entrance door
conjunction with fuel loading to stay within the design
gross weight limitations.
b. Troop Cargo Features.
The troop transport
version is designed to carry 10 combat-equipped troops
The forward passenger seat on each
or either side of the aircraft may face
aft but only seats approved for an aft-
c. Staff Transportation Features.
facing installation may be installed
ambulance version is equipped for three litters and has
facing aft. When an approved seat
three seat positions. Two litters are to be placed one
faces aft, the aft-facing occupant
above the other, on the right aft side of the cabin, and
shall weigh not more than 170
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