FM (FM )/ MCWP 7/AFMAN/ NAVSEA SSAF- MMO STATIC LINE PARACHUTING TECHNIQUES AND TRAINING. Field manual contains basic and advanced training and techniques for static line parachuting. It is designed to standardize procedures for initial. Static Line Parachuting Techniques and Training April TC (FM 3- ) / MCWP / AFMAN / NAVSEA SSAF-MMO

Author: Mezizuru Kazrarn
Country: Nicaragua
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Art
Published (Last): 1 December 2014
Pages: 253
PDF File Size: 18.99 Mb
ePub File Size: 8.23 Mb
ISBN: 186-3-35606-732-8
Downloads: 47310
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Voodoolrajas

The last two jumpers in each stick face about. Ballistic Helmet Description The swing landing trainer provides a means for gaining forward momentum and simulating the lateral movement experienced during a parachute landing. This malfunction may remain stable, become completely inverted, or revert to normal during descent.

Read more Read less. Designation Notification Door Bundle Procedures and Ejection Weeks 1 and 2 form the ground and tower training phase, and Week 3 is the jump training phase. When both parachutists have donned their parachute harnesses, they face each other and make a visual inspection. For training students in civilian operations, modifications to existing static line equipment may be made to simplify operations.

Ground Training Connector link tie loops four. It is composed of a cloverleaf-shaped, stainless steel rip cord grip attached to a 7. They stand at parade rest on top of the mound, facing the tower.

It has a 4,pound breaking strength and 30 percent minimum elongation. A detailed description of refresher training is in Appendix A. Tense neck muscle throughout the PLF. Check Static Lines To maneuver the parachute to a certain point on the ground or to avoid ground obstacles, the parachutist may have to turn and hold into the wind, run with the wind, or crab to the left or right while running or holding.

  CDBR 4220B PDF

Dragon Missile Jump Pack Rigged He relays the commands of the jumpmaster to the ropemen and ensures students do not pass under the safety ropes and anchor cables. This system is compatible with the current night vision devices NVGscommunications packages, and chemical defense NBC equipment. If the MIRPS does not activate immediately, the jumper remains in a good tight body position while still grasping the left carrying handle. Depending on the jumper’s total weight, its rate of descent varies from 15 to 22 feet per second.

Follow the Author

Donning the Ballistic Helmet. During the count, the jumper feels an excessive opening shock and then feels himself being towed by the aircraft. This action reduces spinning and tumbling in the air and allows for proper parachute deployment. He is responsible for attaching the butterfly snaps on the risers to the D-rings of the harness.

Full text of “Static Line Parachuting Techniques and Training”

Planned and Unplanned Exits. Over-the-Ramp Operations He first rotates his arms to the sides and down at a degree angle. Number 2 then ffm lowers the parachute while number 1 coils the suspension lines on top of the harness and places the canopy inside the bag. With the right hand forming a knife cutting edge, he sweeps the top panel of the reserve up and away, ensuring that the right hand does not interfere with the cm deployment assistance device. Horizontal Back Strap Remove all air psrachuting.


Holding into the wind is done by rotating the MCl-series canopy until the orifice is on the downwind side. The deployment weight provides the necessary mass to cause positive launch of the pilot chute once the ejector spring reaches full extension.

He holds the risers firmly against his chest and presses his elbows against his body. It is made from the same webbing as the static line. Move to the apex of the canopy, grasp the bridle loop, elongate the parachute into the wind to straighten the canopy and suspension lines, and remove all foreign objects and debris from suspension 3-1.220 and canopy.

Static line

This arrangement enables the reserve to function if a malfunction occurs. Jump Altitudes The method of releasing the seats from the floor varies, depending on the model and year of aircraft. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.