FM 10-450-5 PDF
This Publication Number will be included in the next revision of this manual. 4. Change FM , 30 August , as follows: Remove old pages. Insert new . Us Army FM Utility and Cargo Helicopter Operations () FM MULTISERVICE HELICOPTER SLING LOAD. Other manuals in this series are FM (FM )/MCRP E. VOL I/COMDTINST MB and FM /MCRP E, VOL III/NWP.
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Route outer sling legs 1 and 2 to ffm outer wheel hubs. The aft hookup person stands on the trailer and places apex fitting 2 onto the aft cargo hook. The forward hookup person kneels on top of the vehicle 10-405-5 places apex fitting 1 onto the forward cargo hook.
Two persons can prepare and rig the MA2 trailer in 10 minutes. The passenger side is designated as the front of the load. Repeat the procedure between the vehicle pintles. Pad the chains or sling legs where they 10–450-5 the load. Dual-point loads cannot be certified for dualpoint lift based on previously certified dual-point rigging procedures because of the difference in dual hook helicopters, such as the distance between the cargo hooks.
Repeat with a second tiedown strap at the other end of the panels.
FM 4-20.199 MCRP 4-11.3E, VOL III
Place two sling legs on apex fitting number 1. Pad the slings or chains where they may contact the generator. Inspect fuel tank cap, oil filler cap, and battery caps for proper installation.
Remove the doors and secure inside the vehicle. Secure all loose equipment inside the vehicle with tape, Type III nylon cord, or tiedown straps. Four persons can prepare and rig this load in 20 minutes. Position the apex fitting of sling set 2 in the bed of the trailer. Loop the chain end of the left and right sling legs through their respective lift provision located on both sides of the barrel. Route the chain end of sling leg 3 through the left sling guide located near the center of the truck bed.
Route outer sling legs 1and 2 between the two front bows to the front of the generator and inner sling legs 3 and 4 between the two rear bows to the rear of the generator.
Light Armored Vehicle FM Route the rear chains through the opening between the tailgate and the trailer bed and inside the trailer hinges. Attach one extra chain length to each existing chain on each 10–450-5 leg using one coupling link. Loop the chain end of the sling legs through their respective lift shackle on the outside end of the rear bumper. Some trailers become extremely unstable at low weights; therefore, a minimum weight is identified.
Loop the chain end of the left sling leg through the lift provision just aft of the driver’s side of the cab and insert link 41 in the grabhook. The hookup teams stand on top of the MA1.
The hookup team then carefully dismounts the vehicle and remains close to ffm load as the helicopter removes slack from the sling legs. Wrap the chain end of the other sling leg around the padding on the trail end of howitzer 1 and insert link 56 in the grab hook. Inspect lifting provisions and supporting structure for damage or degradation prior to sling loading. The following 100-450-5 in Table are certified for the helicopter s listed in the following table by the US Army Natick Soldier Center:.
When an item is certified for sling load, it means that NSC, in cooperation with various test activities, has: Store and secure the doors in the cab or in the cargo bed cover. These rigging procedures are in Chapters 2 through Pad the slings where they contact the vehicle.
Loop the chain end of the left and right sling legs through their respective extended lift provision located between the rear wheels. Remove the doors and secure to the seats with Type III nylon cord. Sling set 10,pound capacity with one additional apex fitting. The front of the vehicles face to the right side of the direction of flight.
Position the apex fitting on the roof of the shelter. Cluster and tie tape breakaway technique the sling legs in each sling set on top of the vehicle to prevent entanglement during hookup and lift-off. Lower the roof to the stop and pin in position. Loop the chain end of sling leg 1 through the left front lift provision located on the front of the trailer. Cluster and tie or tape breakaway technique the sling legs in each sling set together to prevent entanglement during hookup and lift-off.
Cluster and tie or tape breakaway technique all sling legs together on top of the trailer to prevent entanglement during hookup and lift-off. Two persons can prepare and rig this load in 15 to 25 minutes. The front of the EAGS is the end with the large towbar. The MA2 with advanced field artillery tactical data system full size or partial soft top installation kit is rigged for dual-point sling load using the following procedures: When successful hookup is assured, the hookup team quickly exits the area underneath the helicopter to the designated rendezvous point Note.
Position the sling set on top of the baseplate between the trails. Place two panels side by side on the trailer so that the panel ends are approximately 10 inches from the front of the trailer. Close and secure shelter vents and door with nylon cord or tape.
The name and rank of the approving authority should be printed in the bottom right corner of the remarks block on DA Form R, Sling Load Inspection Record. Loop the 10-450-55 end of the sling legs through their respective lift provisions located on the front lunette end of the trailer bed.
FM MCRP E, VOL III
The aft hookup person stands on the trail end of howitzer 1 and places apex fitting 2 onto the aft cargo hook. The hookup team stands in the bed of the vehicle. Position the other sling set on the roof of one of the vehicles.