TM-55-1680-317-23-and-P

TM-55-1680-317-23-and-P
ARMY TECHNICAL MANUAL
*TM 55-1680-317-23&P
AVIATION UNIT AND AVIATION INTERMEDIATE
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ARMY AIRCRAFT SURVIVAL KITS
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WARNING
NOTE
Personnel, performing operations, procedures and practices which are Included
or implied in this technical manual, shall observe all WARNINGS, CAUTIONS and
NOTES. Disregard of these instructions may result in injury or death of aircrew or
support personnel.
WARNING
• Additional items placed in survival kits/vests must not create an undue hazard, impair
crewmembers in flight duties, or replace mandatory items.
• Inspect all matches to ensure that match heads ore not joined together.
matches that are joined together.
Do not use any
• If trioxane fuel is ingested do not induce vomiting; drink milk, eat bread or any high
protein food. Seek medical attention immediately.
• Compasses that are components of survival kits, possessing luminous markings on the
dial face, contain radioactive material. Insure direct contact with the dial face is avoided
in the event the face cover is cracked or broken. Under these conditions, handling and
disposal procedures shall be implemented as prescribed by TB 55-1500-314-25 and the
local Radiological Protection Officer.
• GAS UNDER PRESSURE. Do not loosen or attempt to remove carbon dioxide cylinder
from valve assembly.
• Final dimensions of valve actuating line is critical. Finished length shall not exceed five
Inches.
When flying on commercial airlines with any survival kit REMOVE ALL PYROTECHNICS FROM
ALL survival kits prior to leaving military base or aviation flight facility. Pyrotechnics cannot be put
on board ANY commercial airline per Federal Aviation Regulations.
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Changes to wiring diagrams are indicated by shaded areas.
Dates of issue for original and changed pages are:
Original …….. 0 …….. 26 March 1987
Change …….. 1 …….. 20 September 1988
Change …….. 2 …….. 7 July 1989
Change …….. 3 …….. 11 December 1989
Change …….. 4 …….. 1 March 1991
Change …….. 5 …….. 30 January 1992
Change …….. 6 …….. 30 April 1993
Change …….. 7 …….. 1 February 1994
Change …….. 8 …….. 1 April 1997
Change …….. 9 …….. 19 July 2002
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AVIATION UNIT AND AVIATION INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE MANUAL
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ARMY AIRCRAFT SURVIVAL KITS
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NOTE
The following Supply Catalogs have been superseded by the change: SC 1680-97CL-A02, 29 Feb 80; SC 1680-97-CL-A03, 29 Feb 80; SC 1680-97-CL-08, 21 Aug 81;
SC 1680-99-CL-A04, 20 Aug 74; and SC 8465-90-CL-P02, 29 Mar 85. All pertinent
information has been incorporated.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
CHAPTER
Section
1.
I.
II.
III.
INTRODUCTION
General Information
Equipment Description
Technical Principles of Operation
CHAPTER
Section
2.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Service Upon Receipt of Material
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
General Repair Instructions
Specific Repair and Packing Instructions
2-12. Individual Hot Climate Survival Kit
2-13. Individual Cold Climate Survival Kit
2-14. Individual Overwater Survival Kit
2-15. SRU-21P Survival Vest - Kit
2-16. OV-1 Aircraft Survival Vest
2-17. Modification of Radio Pocket
2-18. OV-1 Aircraft Rigid Seat Survival Kit (RSSK)
2-19. Aircrew Survival Armor Recovery Vest, Insert, and Packets
(SARVIP)
1-1
1-2
1-2
2-1
2-2
2-25
2-36
2-36
2-51
2-54
2-66
2-74
2-76
2-79
2-97
CHAPTER
3.
A.L.S.E WORK, STORAGE AND FITTING AREAS . ..........................................................
3-1
APPENDIX
A.
B.
C.
Reference ........................................ ...................................................................................
Maintenance Allocation Chart .............................................. ...............................................
Repair Parts and Special Tools List ............................................. ......................................
A-1
B-1
C-1
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Number
1-1.
1-2.
1-3.
1-4.
1-4a.
1-5.
2-1.
2-2.
2-3.
2-4.
2-5.
2-6.
2-7.
2-7.
2-7.
2-8.
2-9.
2-9a.
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Title
The individual survival kit for all Army aircraft, except OV-1, typical ..........................................................
The OV-1 aircraft individual survival kit .....................................................................................................
The SRU-21/P survival vest, typical ..........................................................................................................
OV-1 aircraft (rigid seat survival kit) RSSK ................................................................................................
Aircraft Survival Armor Recovery Vest, Insert, and Packets (SARVIP) ......................................................
Individual Survival Kit Components .................................................... ......................................................
General patching details ........................................................ ...................................................................
Installing an eyelet-type grommet, typical ................................................ .................................................
Seating a snap fastener, typical ....................................................... .........................................................
Knots used in survival kit maintenance ................................................. ....................................................
The individual survival kit outer case, typical ............................................. ...............................................
Kit outer case carrying handle construction details ....................................... .............................................
Individual survival kit (packed) (Sheet 1 of 3) ............................................. ..............................................
Individual survival kit (packed) (Sheet 2 of 3) ............................................. ..............................................
Individual survival kit (packed) (Sheet 3 of 3) ............................................. ..............................................
Attaching strap replacement details, typical ...............................................................................................
Strap assembly construction details, typical ...............................................................................................
Securing slide fastener thong.....................................................................................................................
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Number
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2-10. Packing details for survival components of the individual hot climate survival kit ...................................... 2-50.1
2-11. Tarpaulin folding details ............................................................................................................................. 2-51
2-12. Packing details for survival components of the individual cold climate survival kit ............. ....................... 2-53
2-13. Connector loop construction and attaching details ........................................ ............................................ 2-55
2-14. Thong replacement details ...................................................... .................................................................. 2-57
2-15. Ring chape construction details ........................................................ ........................................................ 2-58
2-16. Ring chape installed on kit outer case slide interlocking fastener ........................... ................................... 2-58
2-17. Connector web construction details ..................................................... ...................................................... 2-60
2-18. Inner case packing details for survival components of the individual overwater survival kit ....................... 2-61
2-19. One-man life raft packed in kit outer case upper section with connector web stowed .......... ...................... 2-62
2-20. Individual overwater survival kit packed and kit closure completed .......................... ................................. 2-63
2-21. One-man life raft folding details ....................................................... ......................................................... 2-64
2-22. Connecting the raft inflation assembly and kit closing details ............................... ..................................... 2-65
2-23. The SRU-21/P survival vest construction details .......................................... ............................................. 2-66
2-24. Removing the SRU-21/P survival vest inside panel ....................................... ........................................... 2-70
2-25. Assembly and stowage details for survival components of the SRU-21/P survival vest ......... .................... 2-72
2-26. Radio with antenna stowed properly for SRU-21/P vest .................................. .......................................... 2-73
2-27. OV-1 aircraft individual survival vest components assembly and stowage details .............. ....................... 2-75
2-27a. Alternate method of attaching LPU-10 flotation equipment to the OV-1 survival vest ........... ..................... 2-76
2-28. SRU-31/P packet 1 and 2 ......................................................................................................................... 2-77
2-29. Radio pocket flap alterations for OV-1 vest ............................................................................................... 2-78
2-30.Radio with antenna stowed properly in OV-1 vest .....................................................................................2-78.1
2-31.OV-1 aircraft rigid seat survival kit with seat pad and thigh support pads ..................................................2-79
2-32. RSSK 1 man life raft folding details ..................................................... .................................................... 2-80
2-33. Attaching dropline around neck of valve ................................................. .................................................. 2-82
2-34.Passing actuating line through pull-cable loop ...........................................................................................2-82
2-34a.Raft retaining line OV-1 RSSK .................................................................................................................2-82.1
2-35. OV-1 aircraft RSSK, equipment bag, and drop line (Sheet 1 of 3) .............................................................2-84
2-35.OV-1 aircraft RSSK, equipment bag, and drop line (Sheet 2 of 3) .............................................................2-85
2-35.OV-1 aircraft RSSK, equipment bag, and drop line (Sheet 3 of 3) .............................................................2-86
2-36.OV-1 aircraft rigid seat survival kit with harness assembly (Sheet 1 of 3) ..................................................2-87
2-36.OV-1 aircraft rigid seat survival kit with harness assembly (Sheet 2 of 3) ..................................................2-88
2-36.OV-1 aircraft rigid seat survival kit with harness assembly (Sheet 3 of 3) ..................................................2-89
2-37.OV-1 aircraft RSSK canopy release and quick release handle ..................................................................2-91
2-38.OV-1 aircraft RSSK stiffener and housing latch assembly .........................................................................2-92
2-39.Packing details for survival components of the OV-1 aircraft RSSK hot climate survival kit ......................2-94
2-40. Packing details for survival components of the OV-1 aircraft RSSK cold climate survival kit .... ............... 2-95
2-41.Packing details for survival components of the OV-1 aircraft RSSK overwater survival kit ........................2-96
2-42. SARVIP ..................................................................... .............................................................................. 2-97
2-43.Assembly of SARVIP components ............................................................................................................2-103
C-1. Survival kit, individual, hot climate ....................................................... .................................................... C-6
C-2. Survival kit, individual, cold climate ..................................................... ..................................................... C-8
C-3. Survival kit, individual, overwater ....................................................... ...................................................... C-10
C-4. Rigid seat survival kit, hot climate .................................................. .......................................................... C-12
C-5. Rigid seat survival kit, cold climate ...................................................... ..................................................... C-14
C-6. Rigid seat survival kit, overwater ................................................... ........................................................... C-16
C-7. Individual survival kit vest-type SRU-21/P ............................................... ................................................. C-18
C-8. Individual survival kit vest - OV-1 aircraft ................................................ ................................................. C-20
C-9. Rigid seat survival kit ................................................................................................................................ C-22
C-10. Survival kit lid assembly ............................................................... ............................................................ C-24
C-11.SARVIP ....................................................................................................................................................C-25.1
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INTRODUCTION
Section 1. GENERAL INFORMATION
1-1. SCOPE
a.
Type of Manual ................................................................ Aviation Unit and Aviation Intermediate
Maintenance Manual (including Repair Parts
and Special Tools List)
b.
Model Number and Equipment Name ............................... Army Aircraft Survival Kits
c.
Purpose of Equipment ......................................................Used to aid flying personnel in survival situations.
1-2. MAINTENANCE FORMS, RECORDS AND REPORTS
a.
Maintenance forms and records used by Army personnel are prescribed by DA PAM 738-751.
1-3. DESTRUCTION OF ARMY MATERIALTO PREVENT ENEMY USE
a.
Authority. The equipment will be destroyed if it is in danger of being captured and used by the enemy. Refer
to TM 750-244-1-2.
1-4. REPORTING OF EQUIPMENT IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS (EIR)
If your survival equipment needs improvement, let us know. Send us an EIR. You, the user, are the only one who can
tell us what you don't like about your equipment. Let us know why you don't like the design or performance.
a.
Army-EIR will be prepared using DA Form 2407, Maintenance Request. Instructions for preparing EIRs are
provided in DA PAM 738-751. Functional users manual for the Army Maintenance Management System
Aviation (TAMMS-A). EIRs should be mailed directly to Commander, U. S. Army Aviation and Missile
Command, ATTN: AMSAM-MMC-MA-NP, Redstone Arsenal, AL. 35898-5230. A reply will be furnished
directly to you.
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Section II. EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
1-5. EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS, CAPABILITIES, AND FEATURES
*
*
*
*
Completely self-contained.
Provides downed aircrew member with essential items needed in survival situations.
Lightweight and portable for transporting to other locations.
Provides a means of communication to downed aircrewmen.
1-6. LOCATION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS
For location of major components see the following sections describing the various kits.
1-7. EQUIPMENT DATA
The kits are as light and compact as possible, and are carried aboard all Army aircraft and are easily transported in
emergency situations. Any item used for training will not be used for service in any survival kit, and shall be marked,
"For Training Only".
Section III. TECHNICAL PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
1-8. EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
a.
The Individual Hot Climate, Cold Climate, and Overwater Survival Kits. The individual hot climate, cold climate,
and overwater survival kits (figure 1-1) are complete survival packages which are carried aboard all Army aircraft,
except OV-1 aircraft, according to the survival environment along the routes of flight. Components of each of the
survival kits are contained within a canvas or nylon case which is equipped with a web carrying handle and two
parachute attaching straps. The straps permit the applicable kit to be connected to an emergency-type personnel
parachute harness in the event of emergency bailout during flight. The contents of each individual survival kit shall
vary according to the kit type as outlined in chapter 2. However, of the three kit types, the overwater kit is the only
kit which contains one-man life raft and a carbon dioxide cylinder for raft inflation.
NOTE
For economic reasons, hot/cold climate survival kits may be converted from one
configuration to another by adding or subtracting the appropriate components
required. (Fig. 1-5) when hot/ cold climate survival kits are converted, place tape,
NSN 7510-00-266-5006, over hot/cold identification. Using a black marker, write
the appropriate configuration on the tape.
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1-8.
EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION-Continued
Figure 1-1. The individual survival kit for all Army aircraft, except OV-1, typical
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EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION - Continued
b.
The OV-1 Aircraft Rigid Seat Survival Kits (RSSK). The rigid seat survival kits are similar to those * described
above, except that kit container is made of rigid fiberglass. The rigid seat survival kit (RSSK) also includes a
retention assembly for the seat occupant. The survival kit assembly fits in the seat pan and is secured by two
lower attachment lugs, which are released only when the time release mechanism or the manual override handle
is actuated. An occupant retention assembly is attached to both sides of the survival container and clips to a
floating lap belt which Is attached to the personnel harness. To gain access to an equipment bag containing the
survival gear, squeeze and pull the special grip handles to release the assembly which locks the container
bottom to the lid assembly. Use only a normal handshake to squeeze. Pull until the small steel ball is visible.
The seat pan provides the occupant with proper support for the lower portion of the torso and consists of a seat
cushion and a rigid seat survival kit.
Figure 1-2. OV-1 Aircraft Individual Survival Kit.
A. Rigid Seat Survival Kit (RSSK) Seat Container
B. The Hot or Cold Climate Kit, Typical
C. The Overwater Kit
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c.
SRU-21/P Survival Vest. The SRU-21/P survival vest (figure 1-3) is E complete survival package which is worn
by personnel on all types of Army aircraft, except OV-1. The vest is constructed of lightweight raschel knit nylon
cloth with pockets attached to contain the prescribed survival components. The vest may also accommodate a .
38 caliber or 9mm pistol holster which can be handtacked into position on the lower left side of the vest when
required.
Figure 1-3. The SRU-21/P Survival Vest, Typical
d.
The OV-1 AIRCREWMEMBERS SURVIVAL VEST. The vest is designed for the OV-1 aircrew and is to be used
in conjunction with the Rigid Seat Survival Kit (RSSK). ft is furnished in two sizes, large and small, and is made of
raschel knit nylon cloth. The pockets contain the survival components. The SRU-31 /P kit consists of two packets,
a mandatory medical packet found in the left side vest pocket, and a mandatory general packet found in the right
side vest pocket The kit is designed to supplement the RSSK If used properly the SRU-31/P will help maintain
physical and mental health until rescued. Each pocket has additional storage for items which the crewmember
might deem necessary for rescue or survival.
Figure 1-4. OV-1 Aircrewmembers Survival Vest
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1-8. EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION - Continued
Figure 1-4a. Aircraft Survival Armor Recovery Vest, Insert, and Packets (SARVIP)
CAUTION
Do not use SARVIP as helicopter restraint equipment. This will stop soldier from
modifying SARVIP.
e.
Aircraft Survival Armor Recovery Vest, Insert, and Packets (SARVIP). (Figure 1-4a.) SARVIP consists of an
armor insert and carriers, survival vest with integral lifting harness, survival packets (basic and medical); and other
survival/signal/communication devices. SARVIP also accommodates the Radio Set AN/PRC-90 or AN/PRC-112
and the LPU-10/P water life preserver.
When fielded, the SARVIP vest, packets, and other
survival/signal/communication devices replace the SRU-21/P vest. The SARVIP insert and carrier, when fielded,
replace the .30 caliber aircrew body armor currently utilized.
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1-9. COMPONENTS DESCRIPTIONS
Kit Components (Typical)
a.
The components listed in repair parts, Appendix C for each kit/vest are the mandatory minimum and shall be
included in the kit/vests. Unit commanders may authorize additional items to be included in kits/vests as space
allows.
WARNING
Additional items placed in survival kits/vests must not create an undue hazard,
impair crewmembers in flight duties, or replace mandatory items.
b.
Certain signaling devices are of primary importance to a downed crewman during search and rescue operations. In
addition, certain other items are considered essential in a survival situation. These are mandatory and will be so
noted in listing of items for each type kit. EACH INDIVIDUAL OR AIRCREW MEMBER ASSOCIATED WITH
THESE COMPONENTS SHALL BE COMPLETELY INSTRUCTED IN THE USE AND OPERATION OF THIS
EQUIPMENT TO OBTAIN MAXIMUM BENEFIT.
c.
Water, drinking, canned or flex-pack, is intended for use in emergencies when no clean water is available. Each
can contains 10 ounces of water and each flex-pack packet contains .125 mL of water which will support the
immediate need of a survivor. Flex-pack pack water may be substituted directly for canned water at a ration of
2:1.
d.
Bag, water storage, is a plastic bag used for storage of up to 5 quarts of fresh water. The bag comes complete with
a buckle strap fastener, and carrying strap for easy attachment to personnel or equipment.
e.
Blankets, combat casualty, are used to provide aircrew with warmth and protection against the elements and as a
signaling aid for rescue purposes. The blankets consist of two types. Type I heavyweight is 84 inches long by 56
inches wide. Type II, lightweight is 96 inches long by 56 inches wide. One blanket is olive drab/silver, the other is
orange/silver and made of aluminized plastic.
f.
Dye marker, is used to attract rescue craft. The dye is exhausted in 20 to 30 minutes and has a fluorescent green
color, which ceases to be a good target after an hour. The dye marker is contained within a yellow, vinyl resin
coated cloth pouch with an attaching tape.
g.
Knife, pocket, is a general purpose survival tool which has many uses. The knife is constructed of stainless steel
and consists of one blade, can opener, bottle opener, screwdriver, and leather punch blade.
h.
Knife, survival, has a five inch steel blade, one side of the blade is honed while the other side is serrated. The
knife sheath is constructed of leather with a pocket to carry the sharpening stone. There is a metal tip on the
sheath to protect from injury.
i.
Light, distress marker, type SDU-5/E emits a high intensity flashing light, visible for great distances and used to aid
in rescue operations. A flash guard is used during combat.
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j.
Whistle, Ball, plastic, is used for attracting attention of rescue personnel. The whistle is made of plastic with a
lanyard attached for easy access and to prevent loss.
k.
Tool kit, survival, aids a downed aircrew to sustain life in adverse environments. The tool kit contains an axe,
burning lens, sharpening stone, and cotton duck case.
I.
The knife-saw-shovel assembly, consists of a handle that can be used with each of these pieces. Care must be
taken as the blade of the knife/saw is very sharp and is not to be used as an axe or hatchet during extreme cold
weather, as the blade will shatter.
m.
Candles are now being issued in cans. Loose candles should be packed 1 or 2 to a ziplok bag, this stops the
candles from melting into one unusable blob.
n.
Food packets are in pull top cans and contain two corn flake bars, one rice/corn flake bar, one natural granola bar,
four sugar packs, one chicken broth packet, and one coffee packet.
o.
Individual first aid kit has a soft cover and a hard plastic container that houses all but the eye first aid kit and two
first aid cards.
p.
Survival compass is a 1 1/2 inch diameter compass, Type MC-1, packed in the inner case with instructions, and
does not have radioactive fluorescent material.
q.
20 feet of snare wire to be used in snaring small game.
r.
Fishing kit consists of fish hooks, lures, flies, fishing line, leaders, colored cloth, safety pins, and assorted needles,
with instructions on knot tying and fishing.
s.
Insect headnet with loops for attaching to pockets.
t.
Sun hat reversible to be used in the hot climate and overwater kits.
u.
Paddles for use in the overwater kit, reflector tape on one side may be used for signaling.
v.
Sponge, bailer and sea anchor for use in the overwater kit.
w.
One man life raft with CO2 cartridge for automatic inflation or an oral inflation tube in case the CO2 malfunctions.
x.
Sunscreen lotion for use in the hot climate and overwater kits to prevent sunburn.
y.
Emergency signaling mirror can be used during overcast days and moonlit nights, as well as clear days.
z.
Seawater desalter kit to make potable drinking water from salt water, used in overwater kits.
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aa.
Handsaw, finger grip two rings with thumb screws to retain round saw blade.
ab.
Pan, frying, aluminum, rectangular in shape is located in bottom of inner case.
ac.
Plastic spoon in sealed plastic bag.
ad.
Poncho used for shelter, to keep dry during raining periods and to be used as makeshift stretcher and to collect rain
water.
ae.
Tarpaulin used for shelter, signaling panel and to collect rain water.
af.
Net, gill fishing, used for fishing, hammock, stretcher, carrying equipment/collected food and hanging cache.
ag.
Survival kit, individual, tropical tactical aircrewman, is combination first aid kit and has limited survival equipment
components.
ah.
"MATCHES, NONSAFETY". Are packed in a large plastic round container with a screw top cap that makes a water
tight seal. The container holds four boxes of 30-40 matches each. A rough surface on the outside bottom of the
container is for striking the match to cause ignition.
ai.
Radio Set, AN/PRC-90 Series survival radio has 2 frequency 282.8 and 243.0 MHz capable of voice or beacon,
AN/PRC-112 has 3 frequencies 121.5 MHz, 243.0 MHz, 282.8 in beacon, voice and transponder mode and two
programmable frequency channels in transponder or voice.
aj.
Sleeping Bag, either SRU-15/P or Arctic Survival. Both sleeping bags are vacuum-pressure packed and sealed at
the factory and cannot be repacked. If opened, they cannot be resealed and used again in the survival kit. They
can either be used for training or turned in for disposal as required.
ak.
Survival vest. Two types are used. The standard type is used by all aircrew members, except OV-1 crews; this
comes in two sizes, small and large. The older type did not have a radio pocket for the PRC-90 survival radio. It is
made of nylon raschel and has pockets for survival equipment. The newer OV-1 type vest is similar except it has
openings in the upper portion of the vest for parachute harness release. It has two special soft pack survival kits;
one is general purpose and the second is a first aid kit.
al.
Three types of survival kits are in the system. First is a soft pack type survival kit, soft pack being defined as an
outer case made of heavy canvas and an inner case made of heavy canvas or nylon. The second type is the rigid
seat survival kit (RSSK). This type is used only in the OV-1 aircraft and is a part of the ejection seat system. The
soft pack type is used on all other types of aircraft. The third is the Aircraft Modular Survival System (AMSS).
am.
Firestarter, aviation survival, sparklite, used to start fires.
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an.
SARVIP. The aircrew survival armor recovery vest, insert, and packets (SARVIP) is a three part system: The
survival vest is fabricated from raschel knit and oxford fire-resistant fabric. It contains 12 external pockets, both
front, side and inside, for storage of survival, signal, and communications components. All pockets have fastener
tape closures. Located just above the center slide fastener is a carabiner attached to the harness for rescue lift
capability. Internal loops are provided for securing the LPU-10/P to the vest.
The armor insert consists of an oxford carrier with seven layers of ballistic Kevlar attached, and a ceramic/
fiberglass armor insert with a 3/4-inch-thick foam padding. The armor insert provides .50 cal AP protection, and
the Kevlar provides spall fragmentation protection when the armor is hit with a round. The foam padding located
closest to the chest provides blunt trauma protection when the armor insert is hit.
The survival packets are designed to provide essential, world wide, climatically oriented survival components for
immediate self-aid in all basic/temperate, hot, cold, or overwater survival environments. There are two types of
survival packets: medical related and basic survival which are carried in the front pockets.
ao.
SARVIP includes the vest, compass, dye marker, SDU-5/E distress marker light, emergency signaling mirror,
smoke and illumination signals, life preserver LPU-10/P, a foliage penetration signal kit, and a pocket for carrying
an AN/PRC-90 or an AN/PRC-112 radio.
ap.
Signal smoke and illumination (MK-13 or MK-124) is a hand actuated combination day or night distress signal.
One end of the signal device contains orange smoke for daytime use and the opposite end contains a pyrotechnic
composition for illumination during nighttime use. The end is marked by a series of embossed projections located
1/4-inch below end cap.
aq.
Technical manual, TM 1-1680-359-10, covers use and care of the SARVIP and other survival items included with
it.
ar.
Life preserver LPU-1 0/P consists of gas-actuated water wings which are secured to the SARVIP armhole openings
with snap dot fasteners.
as.
The signal kit uses slide-in flares (gyro-jet type) that are held in the launcher by collets.
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1-10. HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS
a.
Hazardous components as referred to in this technical manual consist of ammunition items (cartridges and shells),
pyrotechnics (signals, distress), flammables (fire starter and matches), compass lensatic, MIL-C-10436 and
trioxane fuel packets.
b.
As option, lot numbers of ammunitions items and distress signals will be checked for serviceability in accordance
with TB 9-1300-385, T.O. 11A-1-1, NAVSEA OD 17190. As option, use lot numbers that will be entered on
the reverse side of serviceable tag, (DD Form 1574), to facilitate checking lot numbers between periodic kit inspection.
c.
Operation of Signal, MK13, MODO. All personnel who may be required to operate these signals in emergencies
shall be given instructions in their use.
WARNING
Inspect all matches to ensure that match heads are not joined together. Do not
use any matches that are joined together.
WARNING
Inspect all matches to insure the match heads are not placed in such a way that
the head could ignite by rubbing against an adjacent match. Do not use any
matches that are joined together.
d.
"MATCHES, NON-SAFETY". Are packed in a large round plastic container with a screw top cap that makes a
water tight seal. The container holds four boxes of 30-40 matches each. A rough surface on the outside bottom of
the container is for striking the match to cause ignition.
e.
Trioxane Fuel Tablets. Trioxane fuel tablets are considered good indefinitely. Trioxane fuel is primarily composed
of metaformaldehyde, which is highly toxic. Ingestion constitutes a medical emergency. Wash hands immediately
after handling opened or leaking packages.
WARNING
If trioxane fuel is ingested do not induce vomiting; drink milk, eat bread or any
high protein food. Seek medical attention immediately.
f.
The Signal Kit Personnel Distress, is a hand launched distress signal. The flare is composed of two cylindrical
sections. The candle composition is in the front section. The rear sections consist of a rocket motor and nozzle
plate with a centrally located primer, propellant and delay column.
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The nozzle plate has two canned gas exit holes which provide axial thrust and impart a high spin rate to stabilize
flight. The primer, initiated by the firing pin, lights the igniter, which in turn ignites the propellant. The exhaust
gases are expelled through the nozzle holes and propel the flare out of the launcher, in a spin stabilized flight.
After approximately 1100 feet of travel (3.0 sec. ), the delay column burns through and ignites the payload.
Ignition of the payload causes separation from the rocket motor section. The display burns in upward flight,
through maximum altitude and in downward flight. The signal duration is approximately 10 seconds and provides a
10,000 candle power illumination, visible for 15 to 20 miles. The flare is approximately 2.0 inches long, 0.5 inches
in diameter, and weighs approximately 1/2 ounce. The flares are available in green, red, and white. The launcher
consists of a black anodized aluminum housing, spring, firing pin release knob, and a flare holder. All internal
parts are corrosion-resistant steel. The overall dimensions are 5. 5 inches long, 0. 8 inches in diameter and the
launcher weighs approximately 2-1/2 ounces.
1-11. TABULATED DATA
TYPE SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT:
PACKED
WEIGHT
HEIGHT
LENGTH
WIDTH
OVERWATER KIT (in ML-4 container)
29 lbs.
5.5"
19"
15"
COLD CLIMATE KIT (in ML-4 container)
28 lbs.
5.5"
19"
15"
HOT CLIMATE KIT (in ML-4 container)
29 lbs.
5.5"
19"
15"
SRU-21 P SURVIVAL VEST (packed)
7.5 lbs.
SARVIP
X-Small
Small
Medium
Large
X-Large
OV-1 AIRCREW SURVIVAL VEST (packed)
8.5 to
9.00 lbs.
(w/o ballistic insert)
7.5 lbs.
OV-1 AIRCRAFT-RIGID SEAT
SURVIVAL KIT (RSSK)
COLD CLIMATE CONFIGURATION
33.2
lbs.
9"
14.5"
15"
HOT CLIMATE CONFIGURATION
33.2
lbs.
9"
14.5"
15"
OVERWATER CONFIGURATION
44.0
lbs.
9"
14.5"
15"
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1-11. TABULATED DATA- Continued
TYPE SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT:
PACKED
WEIGHT
HEIGHT
LENGTH
9.2 lbs.
10.9 lbs.
13.5 lbs.
13.9 lbs.
13.00"
14.25"
14.50"
14.25"
10.75"
11.10"
12.10"
11.00"
BALLISTIC INSERT
Small
Medium
Large
X-Large
TYPE FLOTATION EQUIPMENT:
INDIVIDUAL LIFE RAFT
UNDERARM FLOTATION (Waterwings)
ONE-MAN LIFE RAFT
UNDERARM FLOTATION (Waterwings)
NOTE
The Cold Climate Survival Kit cases manufactured after July 1985 are two inches
greater in depth to accommodate the new sleeping bag.
1-12. TRAINING
a.
Periodic training programs should be established at unit level to ensure that each individual aircrew member is
thoroughly familiar with the type of kit and components he is using and how to use and operate this equipment in
times of emergency. The importance of a familiarization program cannot be overemphasized.
CAUTION
The individual type survival kits and containers described in this manual are items
of primary survival equipment and every precaution shall be taken to assure
proper handling. Care must be exercised to preclude damage to the kits or
component parts. Kits shall not be thrown in or out of aircraft or vehicles.
b.
The components of survival kits are vital in providing downed personnel with essential life sustaining items and
rescue aids. The containers are designed to accommodate a maximum number of survival items in the lease
possible space. Compact packing of survival kits will depend upon proper training of personnel selected to
assemble kits. Personnel engaged in the packing and inspection of survival kits shall be a life support school
graduate. A list identifying those personnel will be conspicuously located in the area where kit packing is
performed.
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INDIVIDUAL SURVIVAL KITS
(HOT/COLD CLIMATE AND OVER-WATER)
OUTER CASE
NSN 1 680-00-082-2511 (over-water)
NSN 1680 00-082-2512 (cold-climate)
NSN 1680-00-082-251 3 (hot-climate)
COMPONENTS COMMON TO ALL KITS
ITEM
NSN
Inner Case
Compass, Magnetic
Net, Hat & Mosquito
First Aid Kit
Survival Manual
Smoke and Illumination Signal
Mirror, Signaling Emergency
Food Packets, Survival
Bag, Water Storage
Knife, Pocket
Matches, Non-Safety W/Container
Net, Multi-Purpose
Fishing Kit
Fuel, Compressed, Trioxane
Spoon, Plastic, Picnic
Pan, Frying
Whistle, Plastic
Blanket Combat Casualty
Fire-Starter, Aviation Survival, Sparklite
Sharpener, General Purpose
Saw, Hand, Finger Grip
Fire-Starter, Aviation Survival, Magnesium
Packing List— Hot Kit: TM 55-1680-317-CL-1; Overwater Kit: TM 55-1680-317-CL-3
Cold Kit: TM 55-1680-317-CL-2; SRU 21/P: TM 55-1680-317-CL-4
1680-00-082-2514
6605-00-515-5637
8415-00-935-3130
6545-01-094-8412
AFM 64-5 or FM21-76
1370-00-309-5028
6350-00-261-9772
8970-00-082-5665
8465-00-485-3034
5110-00-162-2205
9920-01-154-7199
8465-00-300-2138
4220-00-244-0764
9110-00-263-9865
7340-00-170-8374
7330-00-082-2398
8465-00-254-8803
7120-00-935-6667
1680-01-233-0061
5345-01-214-1050
5110-00-570-6896
1680-01-160-5618
ADD THE FOLLOWING COMPONENTS FOR HOT CLIMATE KIT
Snare Wire
Hat, Reversible, Cotton
Tool Kit, Survival
Water, Drinking, Flex-Pack
Sunburn Preventive, Sunscreen Lotion
Tarpaulin
TM 55-1680-349-10, Operator's Manual, Survival Kit, Hot Climate
9525-00-596-3498
8415-00-270-0229
8465-00-973-4807
8960-01-319-4703
6505-01-121-2335
8340-00-485-3012
N/A
ADD THE FOLLOWING COMPONENTS FOR COLD CLIMATE KIT
Snare Wire
Saw-Knife-Shovel Assembly
Poncho, Wet Weather Nylon, Camo
Candle, IIIuminating
Sleeping Bag
TM 55-1680-348-10, Operator's Manual, Survival Kit, Cold Climate
9525-00-596-3498
5110-00-733-7129
8405-01-100-0976
6260-00-840-5578
8465-01-131-7921
N/A
Figure 1-5. Individual Survival Kit Components (Sheet 1 of 2)
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INDIVIDUAL SURVIVAL KITS
(HOT/COLD CLIMATE AND OVER-WATER) (Cont)
ADD THE FOLLOWING COMPONENTS FOR OVER-WATER KIT
NOTE: The over-water outer case must be used for this kit.
ITEM
Bailer, Boat
Desalter Kit, Seawater
Hat, Reversible, Cotton
Life Raft, Inflatable
Paddle, Boat
Repair Kit, Inflatable Raft
Sea Marker, Flourescein
Sponge, Cellulose
Sunburn Preventive, Sunscreen Lotion
TM 55-1680-350-10, Operator's Manual, Survival Kit, Over-water
Figure 1-5.
Individual Survival Kit Components (Sheet 2 of 2)
Change 5
1-12.1/(1-12.2 blank)
NSN
2090-00-277-6583
4610-00-372-0592
8415-00-270-0229
4220-01-056-8667
2040-00-485-3018
4220-00-763-3766
6850-00-270-9986
7920-00-240-2555
6505-01-121-2335
N/A
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
CHAPTER 2
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIAL
2-1. INITIAL RECEIPT
Each survivor kit or survivor kit, component initially received from A specific supply source will be inspected as
prescribed in paragraph 2-4 prior to being placed into service, Usaually when a new survivor kit with all respective
components is received from the supply source, on illustrated pocking list will be furnished with the kit. This list will be
used to insure that all kit components ore present upon kit receipt. Upon completion of the initial inspection, the survivor
kit may be pocked for service using the applicable kit pocking specifics outlined in this chapter and the applicable kit
pocking list. Once pocked, the kit stroll be identified with a a condition tog according the procedured in paragraphs 2-3
and 2-4. The kit may then be placed into limited storage or issued for use. Individual survivor kits, after being inspected,
will be identified with a material condition tog according to DA PAM 738-751 and, may then be placed in limited storage
or issued, as required.
"After initial inventory place a DD Form 1577-2 (Green tag Unserviceable Repairable) on the kit. The kit (and ALL
components) ore still considered to be in a STORAGE condition. As soon as a DD Form 1574 (yellow tog Serviceable) is
placed on on inspected kit, it (and ALL of the components) then become IN SERVICE and will comply with all
serviceability rules. "
2 2. RECEIPT OF PREVIOUS ISSUE ITEM
WARNING
Compasses that are components of survival kits, possessing luminous markings
on the dial face, contain radioactive material. Ensure direct contact with the dial
face is avoided in the event the face cover is cracked or broken. Under these
conditions, handling and disposal procedures shall be implemented as prescribed
by TB 55-1500-314-25 and the local Radiolog. deal Protection Officer.
a.
General. Upon receipt of a survival kit previously issued for use, the kit exterior shall be visually inspected for
contamination by petroleum products or saltwater, and indications of tampering which may be reflected by irregular
shape of the kit, a noticeable change in kit weight, or partially opened kit closing devices. In addition, the attached
DD Form 1574 (Serviceable Tag-Material) shall be checked to ascertain the next periodic inspection due date. If
any doubt exists regarding the serviceability of a survival kit, an inspection of the kit and its contents shall be
performed. Any survival kit case which shows fabric deterioration, or which is incapable of withstanding bail-out
forces, shall be replaced. Unserviceable survival kits or components, except webbing items, will be disposed of in
accordance with DOD 4160-21-M and AR 755-2. Webbing components for which no repair procedures exist or
which are beyond repair shall be destroyed.
Change 2
2-1
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2-2. RECEIPT OF PREVIOUS ISSUE ITEM - Continued
NOTE
Unserviceable containers of canned water shall be punctured and the contents
emptied to prevent any possible further use of the canned water.
b.
Service Life. Survival kits and most survival kit components do not have a prescribed service life, except for the
following:
(1)
The service life of smoke and illumination signals is indefinite. The period of serviceability of these type
signal devices will only be ascertained by an inspection of individual items to determine the condition and
potential of each device.
(2)
The survival vest distress signals have a service life the same as the smoke and illumination flares.
(3)
For service life of carbon dioxide cylinders used with one man life raft assemblies, refer to TM 5-4220-20214, or T.O. 14S-1-102, as indicated by the date marked on the neck of the cylinder, below the inflation valve
assembly.
(4)
Batteries used with the various types of survival receiver-transmitters have a service life which is computed
from the date of manufacture stamped on each battery. Refer to the appropriate radio set manual for battery
shelf/service life.
(5)
The service life of the first aid kit medical items will be ascertained by checking each item for an expiration
date. The ALSE person performing the inspection should check DOD MEDCAT and AR 702-18.
(6)
Food Packets. Shelf life 5 years, service 3 years. Neither shall be exceeded, i. e. , packet has 2 year shelf
life left, it can be put into service for only two years. This time is not extendable.
(7)
Emergency drinking water has a shelf life of 5 years, which is computed from the date of manufacture
stamped on each packet.
With an indeliable marker write "DOI-" for date of installation and due date (MM/YR) if known. If the DOI is
not known mark the container date "UNK", i.e., DOI UNK. Under the DOI entry mark the expiration date as
"EXP 12/88". This will ensure prompt identification of a time change item and it replacement.
Section II. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)
2-3. GENERAL
Each survival kit must be inspected at prescribed intervals to ascertain the serviceability of the kit and kit components.
All discrepancies or defects discovered during the applicable inspection, the corrective action taken, the inspection
accomplishment, and the next inspection due date, will be recorded as prescribed in DA PAM 738-751.
NOTE
Survival kits which are installed in the OV-1 aircraft ejection seat should be inspected
during the same period in which the ejection seat is scheduled for inspection to preclude
unnecessary kit removal and installation/action.
2-2
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2.4. SERVICES
CAUTION
Prior to inspection of an overwater survival kit containing a life raft assembly, ensure the
activation device is disconnected from the raft inflation assembly to prevent inadvertent Inflation
of the raft.
CAUTION
Do not attempt to remove the SRU-15/P sleeping bag from the vacuum packed container for inspection.
a.
General. This paragraph contains a tabulated listing (table 2-1) of preventive maintenance checks and services
which must be performed by ALSE qualified personnel. The survival kits and related survival components are
listed consecutively and the numbers indicate the sequence of minimum inspection requirements. The intervals
of inspection required for survival kit types are as follows:
(1) Prior to issue, then every 120 days, prior to and after repairs or modification, then every 120 days.
(2) Prior to issue and every 180 days, in conjunction with the OV-1 seat inspection, for flotation equipment
refer to TM 5-4220-202-14 or T.O. 14S-1-102.
b.
Attaching a Serviceable Material Condition Tag (DO Form 1574). On survival kits which have been
determined to be serviceable, a completed DD Form 1574 (Serviceable Tag - Material) will be attached to each
kit as follows:
(1) Individual hot climate, cold climate, and overwater survival kits. Using one turn single, type I nylon
cord, secure the material condition tag to the outer case pocket flap grommet and put in top pocket.
(2) OV-1 aircraft hot climate, cold climate, and overwater survival kits. Due to the method of installing
survival kits in the OV-1 aircraft ejection seat, the material condition tag shall not be affixed to the exterior of
the applicable survival kit case. Instead, the tag will be positioned on the inside of the kit, Iying on top of
the survival components. Form 1574-1 (Serviceable Label-Material) will be attached to the top of the lid
between the hook and pile seat pad attaching strips.
(3) SRU-21/P survival vest. Place the material condition tag into the inside pocket of the vest, if no other
method is used to keep a permanent record to whom vest is assigned, date of last inspection, date of next
inspection, and name of ALSE inspector.
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2-3
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Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
KEY: Intervals of Inspection
X - Prior to issue, and every 120 days.
Y - Prior to issue, and every 180 days.
Interval and
sequence no.
x
Y
1
Item to be
inspected
Section I- Individual Hot
Climate Survival Kit
Man-hours required: 3.3
Kit outer case
2
Procedures
(inspect for)
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
2-12
Holes, cuts, frays, tears, burns; loose
or broken stitching; defective or broken
slide fastener; missing or broken pocket
tie tape; broken carrying handle; grommet
seating; operator's manual in pocket.
0.3
2-12
Kit inner case
Holes, cuts, frays, tears, burns; loose
or broken stitching; defective slide
fastener; defective ejector snaps and
adapters; cut or broken stitching on
adjuster straps and connecting strap.
0.3
2-12
3
Tarpaulin
Holes, cuts, frays, tears, burns; loose
or broken stitching; damaged grommets.
0.1
2-5
2-12
4
MC-1 magnetic compass
Cracked or broken dial face cover;
operation; original stowed position;
missing operations instructions
0.1
2-2
2-5
2-12
5
Insect headnet
Holes or tears in netting; broken or
loose stitching; missing or broken
elastic headband; loose or missing
grommets; missing or broken drawstring
and elastic pocket attaching loops; insect
repellent on elastic; missing or illegible
instruction ticket.
0.1
2-5
2-12
2-4
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Y
6
Plastic spoon
Wrapping missing or torn; previous
use; evidence of finger marks, dirt, or
grease; cracked or broken.
Cuts, frays or tears; broken or loose
stitching.
Cuts, tears, loose or broken stitching
on case; exposure of kit to water;
serviceability of inner plastic case;
expiration dates of medical items;
evidence of anti-chap lipstick leaking; eye pad envelope opened,
punc- tured, or torn; plastic bag
containing camouflage compress
gauze air tight; crushed water
purification tab- lets or cracked
tablet container; opened containers
of muslin band- age or adhesive
strips.
7
Reversible sun hat
8
First aid kit
8a
Firestarter, Aviation
Survival, Sparklite
Serviceability, Container Condition
and lllegible Instructions.
0.1
2-5
2-12
9
Survival manual (AFM64-5)
or (FM 21-76)
Torn; pages missing; dampness;
legibility.
0.1
2-5
2-12
10
Matches (non-safety)
Serviceability and container condition.
0.1
2-5
2-15
11
Fishing gill net
Evidence of package damage or opened
0.1
2-5
2-12
12
Food packet
Severe dent or a dent causing a sharp
ridge; rust which cannot be removed by
wiping with a soft cloth; packet punctured or leaking; can opener missing;
illegible printed instructions. The poptop can will not include a can opener or
key.
0.1
2-5
2-12
13
Tool kit
Corrosion or damage to axe cutting
edge; cracks or chips in burning lens
or sharpening stone; broken or loose
stitching on the tool kit carrier.
0.1
2-5
2-12
14
Compressed trioxane fuel
Container not sealed on four sides;
instructions on container missing or
illegible; crushed fuel bar.
0.1
2-5
2-12
Change 5
2-5
0.1
2-5
2-12
0.1
2-5
2-12
2-5
2-12
0.2
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Y
15
Fishing tackle kit
16
Plastic water bag
17
Emergency drinking water
18
Frying pan
19
Sunburn-preventive
preparation
20
Smoke and illumination
signal
21
Pocket knife
22
Snare wire (20-foot-long)
23
Signaling mirror
24
Plastic ball whistle
25
Packing list
Broken seal around perimeter of contrainer; corrosion of kit contents; broken or cracked container; missing
instruction booklet; evidence of
tampering.
Tears, cuts, holes, cracks, breaks, or
abrasions; sharp creases or wrinkles; attaching components loose or
missing; foreign material on bag
inside which may damage container
or injure user.
Can: Corroded or rusty; severe dents;
punctures; vacuum retention test (slap
test). Packets: punctures or other
evidence of damage to packets;
expiration date of packet.
Dents, cracks, corrosion, sharp edges,
burrs, slivers; cleanliness.
Breaks or dents in container; evidence
of seepage or leakage; illegible
instructions.
Damage, severe dents, or deformity;
broken seals; labeling on day and
night ends; embossed projections on
night end available.
Rust or corrosion; missing rivets;
loose clevis; burrs or rough projections on handle; blades hard to
open; nicks or burrs on blades;
cutting edge dull; punch blade dull
and point is blunt, spring bars not
broken.
Kinks, twists, cracks, slivers.
Scratches, chips, cracks, distortion;
illegible operating instructions; broken or missing lanyard.
Cork ball, eyelet rivet, or helical split
ring missing; body cracked or broken; cracks, chips, or broken edges
on mouthpiece; evidence of dirt or
foreign material; lanyard torn, cut,
or missing.
Torn or missing; legibility.
Change 5
2-6
0.1
2-5
2-12
0.3
2-5
2-12
0.1
2-5
2-12
2-5
2-12
0.1
0.1
2-2
2-5
2-12
0.1
2-5
2-12
0.1
2-5
2-12
2-5
2-12
0.1
0.1
2-5
2-12
0.1
2-5
2-12
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Y
Operator's manual
Torn; pages missing; legibility;
dampness.
Section 11 - Individual
Cold Climate Survival
Kit Man-hours required:
2.9
Kit outer case
Holes, cuts, frays, tears, burns; loose
or broken stitching; defective or broken slide fastener; missing or
broken pocket tie tape; broken
carrying handle; grommet seating;
operator's manual in pocket.
Kitinnercase
Holes, cuts, frays, tears, burns; loose
or broken stitching; defective or broken slide fastener; defective ejector
snaps and adapters; cut or broken
stitching on adjuster straps and
connecting strap.
Lightweight poncho
Rips, holes, scuffs, or burns; loose or
w/hood
broken stitching; defective grommets or snap fasteners; missing or
broken hood and waist drawcords.
Knife-Saw-Shovel
Nicks, dents; broken saw teeth; blade
assembly
sharpness.
Illuminating candle
Wick missing or not extending beyond
candle tip; dirt, dust, or other foreign
material imbedded in candle body;
broken, warped, or fused together with
another candle; burned; not white in
color.
Sleeping bag or Artic Survival Evidence of container having been
(type SRU-15/P)
opened; center sealing tape loose by
more than 1/4 inch; threaded pin
VISUAL INSPECTION:
loose; missing wingnut; missing
washers; instruction label illegible;
cracks in container.
First aid kit
Cuts, tears, loose or broken stitching
on outer case; exposure of kit to
water; serviceability of snap fasteners; expiration dates of medical
items; evidence of anti-chap lipstick
leaking; eye pad envelope opened,
Change 4
2-7
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
0.1
2-5
2-12
2-13
0.3
2-13
0.3
2-13
0.1
2-5
2-13
0.1
2-5
2-13
2-5
2-13
0.1
0.1
2-5
2-13
0.2
2-5
2-13
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services-Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Y
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
punctured, or torn; plastic bag
contain- ing camouflage compress
gauze airtight; water purification
tablets or tablet container cracked;
opened
containers
of
muslin
bandage or adhesive strips.
34
MC-1 magnetic compass
Cracked or broken dial face cover;
operation; original stowed position;
missing operation instructions.
0.1
35
Matches (non-safety)
Serviceability and container condition.
0.1
36
Plastic water bag
0.1
37
Plastic spoon
38
Survival manual
(AFM 64-5)or (FM 21-76)
Food packet
Tears, cuts, holes, cracks, break, or
abrasions; sharp creases or wrinkles; attaching components loose or
missing; foreign material on bag
inside which may damage container
or injure user.
Wrapping missing or torn; previous
use; evidence of finger marks, dirt, or
grease; cracked or broken
Torn; pages missing; dampness; iegi
bility.
Severe dent or dent causing a sharp
ridge; rust which cannot be removed
by wiping with a soft cloth; packet
punctured or leaking; can opener
missing; illegible printed instructions.
Damage, severe dents, or deformity;
broken seals, labeling on day and
night ends; embossed projections on
night end available.
Holes or tears in netting; broken or
loose stitching; missing or broken
elastic headband; missing or broken
drawstring
and
elastic
pocket
attaching loops; insect repellent on
elastic; missing or illegible instruction ticket.
Container not sealed on four sides;
instructions on container missing or
illegible; crushed fuel bar.
39
40
Smoke and illumination
signal
41
insect headnet
42
Compressed trioxane fuel
Change 5
2-8
2-2
2-5
2-12
2-13
2-5
2-13
2-5
2-13
0.1
2-5
2-13
0.1
2-5
2-13
2-5
2-13
0.1
0.1
2-2
2-5
2-13
0.1
2-5
2-13
0.1
2-5
2-13
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services--Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Y
43
Signaling mirror
44
Frying pan
45
Fishing gill net
Scratches, chips, cracks, distortion;
illegible operating instructions; broken or missing lanyard.
Dents, cracks, corrosion; sharp edges,
burrs, slivers, cleanliness.
Evidence of package damaged or opened.
46
Snare wire (204oot-long)
Kinks, twists, cracks, slivers.
0.1
47
Fishing tackle kit
0.1
48
Pocket knife
49
Packing list
Broken seal around perimeter of
container; corrosion of kit contents;
broken or cracked container; missing
instruction booklet; evidence of
tampering.
Rust or corrosion; missing rivets;
loose clevis; burrs or rough projections on handle; blades hard to open;
nicks or burrs on blades; cutting edge
dull; punch blade dull and point is
blunt, spring bars not broken.
Torn or missing; legibility.
50
Operator's manual
Torn; pages missing; legibility;
dampness.
0.1
50a
Serviceability, Container Condition
and illegible instructions.
Damage or Corrosion.
0.1
50b
Fire starter, Aviation
Survival, Sparklite
Distress signals
50c
Finger saw assembly
0.1
50d
Plastic ball whistle
50e
Fire starter, magnesium
bar
Section III-individual
Overwater Survival Kit
Man-hours required: 4.3
Blade bent, kinked, or broken; blade
mounting screws missing; ring bent
and will not rotate in blade holder.
Cork ball, eyelet rivet, or helical split
ring missing; body cracked or broon mouthpiece; evidence of dirt or
other foreign material; lanyard torn,
cut, or missing.
Breaks or dents in container; illegible
instructions.
Change 5
2-9
0.1
2-5
2-13
0.1
2-5
2-13
2-5
2-15
2-5
2-13
2-5
2-13
0.1
0.1
2-5
2-13
0.1
2-5
2-13
2-5
2-13
2-14
2-5
2-13
2-2
2-5
2-5
2-13
0.1
0.1
2-5
2-13
0.1
2-5
2-13
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services--Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
51
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Y
Kit outer case
Holes, cuts, frays, tears, burns; loose
or broken stitching; defective or
bro- ken slide fastener; missing or
broken pocket tie tape; broken
carrying handle; grommet seating;
operators manual in pocket; broken
or missing thong; defective or
missing duro-dot fastener on
thong; missing or dam- aged
chape; damaged connector loop on
case inside.
Change 5
2-10
0.3
2-14
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Y
52
Connector web
53
Increase
54
Fishing tackle kit
55
Pocket knife
56
First aid kit
57
Matches (non-safety)
58
Sunburn-preventive
preparation
59
Hat and mosquito net
Broken or loose stitching; cuts, frays,
burns.
Holes, cuts, frays, tears, burns; loose
or broken stitching; detective slide
fastener; defective ejector snaps and
adapters; cut or broken stitching on
adjuster straps and connecting strap.
Broken seal around perimeter of
container; corrosion of kit contents;
broken or cracked container; missing
instruction booklet; evidence of
tampering.
Rust or corrosion; missing rivets;
loose clevis; burrs or rough projections on handle; blades hard to open;
nicks or burrs on blades; cutting edge
dull; punch blade duII and point is
blunt, spring blades not broken.
Cuts, tears, loose or broken stitching
on outer case; exposure of kit to
water; serviceability of snap fasteners; expiration dates of medical
items; evidence of anti-chap lipstick
leaking; eye pad envelope opened,
punctured, or torn; plastic bag containing camouflage compress gauze
air tight; water purification tablets or
tablet container cracked; opened
containers of muslin bandage or
adhesive strips.
Serviceability and container condition.
Breaks or dents in container; evidence
of seepage or leakage,, illegible
instructions.
Holes or tears in netting; broken or
loose stitching; missing or broken
elastic headband; missing or broken
drawstring
and
elastic
pocket
attaching loops; insect repellent on
elastic; missing or illegible instruction
ticket.
Change 5
2-10.1/(2-10.2 blank)
0.1
2-14
0.3
2-14
0.1
2-5
2-14
0.1
2-5
2-14
0.2
2-5
2-14
0.1
2-5
2-14
2-5
2-14
0.1
0.1
2-5
2-14
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2- 1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and ServicesContinued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
60
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Y
Reversible sun hat
61
Smoke and illumination
signal
62
Seawater desalter kit
(MK 2)
63
Food packet
64
Plastic water bag
65
Plastic spoon
66
Boat bailer
67
Boat paddle
68
Sponge
69
Survival manual
(AFM 64-5) or (FM21-76)
70
Compressed trioxane fuel
Cuts, frays, or tears; broken or loose
stitching.
Damage, severe dents or deformity;
broken seals; labeling on day and
night ends; embossed projections
on night end available.
Seals missing from container seams;
missing rivets; cracks, nicks, or
burrs on container; broken or missing lanyard; instructions and markings on container missing or
illegible. (Inspect for) IAW TM 551680- 321-12/T0 14S1-4-22
Severe dent or dent causing a sharp
ridge; rust which cannot be removed
by wiping with a soft cloth; packet
punctured or leaking; can opener
missing; illegible printed instructions.
Tears, cuts, holes, cracks, breaks, and
abrasions; sharp creases or wrin
kles; attaching components loose or
missing; foreign material on bag
inside which may damage container
or injure user.
Wrapping missing or torn; previous
use; evidence of finger marks, dirt,
or grease; cracked or broken.
Cuts, tears, holes: missing or broken
lanyard.
Cracks, dents, rough edges; damage
to reflecturized sides; broken or
missing handle strap.
Foreign material imbedded in sponge
structure; tears, cuts; material deterioration; pliable.
Torn; pages missing; dampness;
legibility.
0.1
Container not sealed on four sides;
instructions on container missing or
Illegible; crushed fuel bar.
Change 6
2-11
0.1
2-5
2-14
2-2
2-5
2-14
0.1
2-5
2-14
0.1
2-5
2-14
2-2
0.1
2-5
2-14
0.1
2-5
2-14
0.1
2-5
2-14
2-5
2-14
0.1
0.1
2-5
2-14
0.1
2-5
0.1
2-14
2-5
2-14
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
71
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Y
Frying pan
72
Signaling mirror
73
Inflatable craft repair kit
74
MC-1 magnetic compass
75
Fishing gill net
Fluorescein sea marker
76
77
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Life raft
77a
Firestarter, Aviation
Survival, Sparklite
78
79
Packing list
Operator's manual
Dents, cracks, corrosion, sharp edges,
burrs, silvers; cleanliness.
Scratches, chips, cracks, distortion;
illegible operating instructions; broken or missing lanyard.
Stripped threads on plug bottom plate
center screw; missing plates; mlssing wing nut; missing or illegible
instructions.
Original stowed position; cracked or
broken dial face cover; missing operating instructions; operation.
Evidence of package damaged or opened.
0.1
Holes, cuts, or tears in packet; pack
opening tape not sealed completely;
broken or missing retainer tape;
Instruction markings missing or
illegible.
PROCEDURES
I.A.W. TM 5-4220-202-14/T.O
14S-1-102. or NAVAIR 13-1-6.1
Serviceability, Container Condition
and Illegible Instructions.
0.1
2-5
2-14
0.6
2-5
2-14
2-5
2-14
Torn or missing; legibility.
Torn; pages missing, legibility;
dampness.
Section IV - OV-1
Aircraft Hot Climate
Survival Kit
Man-hour required: 2.7
Change 4
2-12
0.1
2-5
2-14
2-5
2-14
0.1
2-5
2-14
0.1
2-2
2-5
2-12
2-5
2-15
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
2-5
2-5
2-14
2-18
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2- 1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and ServicesContinued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Y
80
Case (Inside Seat)
81
MC-1 magnetic compass
82
Insect headnet
83
Plastic spoon
84
Survival manual
(AFM 64-5) or (FM 21-76)
NOTE
180-day inspection to coincide with
OV-1 ejection seat inspection. This
is only for OV-1 aircraft.
Holes, cuts, frays, tears; loose or broken stitching; defective or broken slide
fastener; cut, frayed, or broken
carrying strap; missing or illegible kit
marking;
dampness
or
mildew;
defective snap fasteners.
Cracked or broken dial face cover;
operation; original stowed position;
missing operating instructions.
Holes or tears in netting; broken or
loose stitching; missing or broken
elastic headband; loose or missing
grommets;
missing
or
broken
drawstring and elastic pocket attaching
loops; insect repellent on elastic;
missing or illegible instruction ticket.
Wrapping missing or torn; previous
use; evidenced of finger marks, dirt
or grease; cracked or broken.
Torn; pages missing; dampness;
legibility.
85
Matches (non-safety)
Serviceability and container condition.
0.1
86
Food packet
0.1
87
Compressed Trioxane fuel
88
Fishing tackle kit
Severe dent or a dent causing a sharp
ridge; rust which cannot be removed by
wiping with a soft cloth; packet punctured or leaking; can opener missing;
illegible printed instructions. The poptop can will not include a can opener or
key.
Container not sealed on four sides;
instructions on container missing or
illegible; crushed fuel bar.
Broken seal around perimeter of
container; corrosion of kit contents;
broken or cracked container; missing
instruction
booklet;
evidence
of
tampering.
Change 5
2-13
0.3
2-18
0.1
2-2
2-5
2-12
2-5
2-18
0.1
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-15
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-15
0.1
2-5
2-13
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and ServicesContinued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Work
time
(M/H)
Y
89
Plastic water bag
90
Emergency drinking water
91
Frying pan
92
Sunburn-preventive
preparation
93
Smoke and illumination
signal
94
Pocket knife
95
Signaling mirror
96
Fishing gill net
Tears, cuts, holes, cracks, breaks, or
abrasions; sharp crease or wrinkle;
attaching components loose or missing;
foreign material on bag inside which may
damage container or injure user.
Can: corroded or rusty; severe dents;
punctures; vacuum retention test
(slap test).
Packets: punctures or other evidence
of damage to packets; expiration
date of packet.
Dents, cracks, corrosion; sharp edges,
burrs, or slivers; cleanliness.
Breaks or dents in container; evidence
of seepage or leakage; illegible
instructions.
Damage, severe dent, or deformity;
broken seals; labeling on day and
night ends; embossed projections on
night end available.
Rust or corrosion; missing fivets;
loose clevis; burrs or rough protrusions on handle; blades hard to open;
nicks or burrs on blades; cutting edge
dull; punch blade dull and point is
blunt; the spring blades not broken.
Scratches, chips, cracks, distortion;
illegible operating instructions; broken or missing lanyard.
Evidence of package damaged or opened.
97
Snare wire (20-foot-long)
Kinks, twists, cracks, slivers.
0.1
98
Plastic ball whistle
Cork ball, eyelet rivet, or helical split
ring missing; body cracked or broken; cracks, chips, or broken edges
on mouthpiece; evidence of dirt or
other foreign material; lanyard torn,
cut, or missing.
0.1
Change 5
2-14
Para
ref
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.3
2-5
2-12
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
0.1
0.1
2-2
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-15
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Y
99
Tarpaulin
100
Finger saw assembly
401
Packing list
102
Operator's manual
Holes, cuts, frays, tears, burns; loose
or broken stitching; damaged grommets.
Blade bent, kinked, or broken; blade
mounting screws missing; ring bent
and will not rotate in blade holder.
Torn or missing; legibility.
Torn; pages missing; legibility;
dampness.
Work
time
(M/H)
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
2-5
0.1
Section V- OV-1
Aircraft Cold Climate
Survival Kit
Man-hours required: 2.6
2-18
NOTE
180-day inspection cycle to coincide with ejectlon seat cycle. This
applies only to OV-1 aircraft.
103
Case (Inside Seat)
104
Fishing gill net
105
Plastic water bag
106
MC-1 magnetic compass
Para
ref
2-18
Holes, cuts, frays, tears; loose or broken stitching; defective or broken
slide fastener; cut, frayed, or broken
carrying strap; missing or illegible kit
marking; dampness or mildew.
Evidence of package damaged or opened.
0.3
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-15
Tears, cuts, holes, cracks, breaks, or
abrasions; sharp creases or wrinkles; attaching components loose or
missing; foreign material on bag
inside which may damage container
or injure user.
Cracked or broken dial face cover;
operation; original stowed position;
missing operations instructions.
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-2
2-5
2-12
2-18
Change 4
2-15
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Y
107
Illuminating candle
108
Fishing tackle kit
109
Food packet
110
Compressed trioxane fuel
111
Insect headnet
112
Signaling mirror
113
Pocket knife
114
Matches (non-safety)
115
Frying pan
116
Finger saw assembly
117
Smoke and illumination
signal
Wick missing or not extending beyond
candle tip; dirt, dust, or other foreign
material imbedded in candle body;
broken, warped, or fused together
with another candle; burned; not
white in color.
Broken seal around perimeter of
container; corrosion of kit contents;
broken or cracked container; missing instruction booklet; evidence of
tampering.
Severe dent or dent causing a sharp ridge;
rust which cannot be removed by wiping
with a soft cloth; packet punctured or
leaking; can opener missing; illegible
printed instructions. The pop-top can will
not include a can opener or key.
Container not sealed on four sides;
instructions on container missing or
illegible; crushed fuel bar.
Holes or tears in netting; broken or
loose stitching; missing or broken
elastic headband; missing or broken
drawstring and elastic pocket
attaching loops; insect repellent on
elastic; missing or illegible instruction ticket.
Scratches, chips, cracks, distortion;
illegible operating instructions; broken or missing lanyard.
Rust or corrosion; missing rivets;
loose clevis; burrs or rough projections on handle; blades hard to
open;
nicks or burrs on blades; cutting
edge dull; punch blade dull or point
is blunt; spring blade broken.
Serviceability and container condition.
Dents, cracks, corrosion; sharp edges,
burrs, or slivers; cleanliness.
Blade bent, kinked, or broken; blade
mounting screws missing; ring bent
and will not rotate in blade holder.
Damage, severe dent or deformity;
broken seals; labeling on day and
night ends; embossed projections
on night end available.
Change 4
2-16
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-14
2-2
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
2-2
2-5
2-18
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and ServicesContinued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Y
118
Sleeping bag
119
Plastic spoon
120
Sunburn-preventive
preparation
Work
time
(M/H)
121
Plastic ball whistle
122
Snare wire (20-foot-long
Evidence of container having been
opened; center sealing tape loose by
more than 1/4 inch; threaded pin
loose; missing wing-nut; missing
washers; instruction label illegible;
cracks in container.
Wrapping missing or torn; previous
use; evidence of fingermarks, dirt,
or grease; cracked or broken.
Breaks or dents in container; evidence
of seepage or leakage; illegible
instructions.
Cork ball, eyelet rivet, or helical split
ring missing; body cracked or broken; cracks, chips, or broken edges
on mouthpiece; evidence of dirt or
foreign material; lanyard torn, cut,
or missing.
Twists, kinks, cracks, slivers.
123
Survival manual
(TM 10-1670-1)
Survival manual
(AFM 64-5) or (FM 21-76)
Torn; pages missing; dampness;
legibility.
Torn; pages missing; dampness;
legibility.
0.1
125
Operator's manual
0.1
126
Packing list
Torn; pages missing; dampness;
legibility.
Torn or missing; legibility.
124
Para
ref
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
2-5
0.1
0.1
Section VI-OV-1
Aircraft Overwater
Survival Kit Manhours required: 3.1
2-18
2-5
2-16
2-5
2-16
2-18
NOTE
127
Case (inside Seat)
180day inspection cycle to coincide with ejection seat cycle. This
applies only to OV-1 aircraft.
Holes, cuts, frays, tears; dirt or foreign
material on case; loose or broken
stitching; defective or broken slide.
Change 5
2-17
0.3
2-18
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services-Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Y
128
Life raft and components
129
Fishing Kit
130
Pocket knife
131
Sunburn-prevenlive
preparation
132
Reversible sun hat
133
Smoke and illumination
signal
134
Seawater desalter kit
fastener; cut, frayed, or broken
carrying straps or case handle; miss
ing or illegible kit marking;
dampness or mildew; defective
snap fasteners; damaged case
securing line; damaged case
grornmet; torn, cut, or missing slot
reinforcement; defective carrying
strap slide; damaged loop on case
exterior.
I.A.W. TM5-4220-202-14 or T.O. 14S-1102.
Broken seal around perimeter of container; corrosion of kit contents: broken or cracked container; missing
instruction booklet; evidence of
tampering.
Rust or corrosion; missing rivets;
loose clevis; burrs or rough protrusions on handle: blades hard to
open; nicks or burrs on blades; cutting edge dull; punch blade dull and
point is blunt, spring bars broken.
Breaks or dents in container, evidence
of seepage or leakage: illegible
instructions.
Cuts, frays, or tears: broken or loose
stitching.
Damage, severe dent or deformity,
broken seals, labeling on day and
night ends, embossed projections on
night end available.
Seals missing from container seams;
missing rivets; cracks, nicks, or
burrs on container; broken or missing lanyard; instructions and markings on container missing or
illegible. (Inspect for) IAW TM551680- 321-1 21T01 4S1 -4-22
Change 6
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
2-2
2-5
2-18
0.1
0.1
2-5
2-18
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and ServicesContinued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
144
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Y
135
Food packet
136
Plastic water bag
137
Sponge
138
Signaling mirror
139
MC-1 magnetic compass
140
Fluorescein sea marker
141
142
Deleted
Packing list
143
Operator's manual and
Survival manual
(AFM64-5) or (FM 21-76)
Section VII-SRU-21/P
Survival Vest
Man-hours required:
1.9
Vest
Severe dent or dent causing a sharp
ridge; rust which cannot be removed
with a soft cloth; packet punctured
or leaking; can openers missing;
illegible printed instructions.
Tears, cuts, holes, cracks, breaks, and
abrasions; sharp creases or wrinkles; attaching components loose or
missing; foreign material on bag
inside which may damage container
or injure user.
Foreign material imbedded in sponge
structure; tears, cuts, material delerioration; pliable.
Scratches, chips, cracks, distortion;
illegible operating instructions; broken or missing lanyard.
Original stowed position; cracked or
dial face cover; missing operinstructions; operation.
Holes, cuts, or tears in packet; pack
tab not sealed completely;
broken or missing retainer tape;
instruction markings missing or
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
Torn or missing; legibility.
0.1
Torn; pages missing; legibility;
dampness.
0.1
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
2-15
Holes, cuts, tears, burns; broken or
loose stitching; defective slide and
snap fasteners; torn or missing
fastener tape; loops missing from
loop
Change 5
2-19
0.3
2-5
2-15
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2.1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
145
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Y
146
SDU-5E distress marker
light and flash guard
Lensatic compass
147
Deleted
148
Pocket knife
149
Plastic water bag
150
Signaling mirror
151
Fire starter, magnesium
bar
152
Launcher, personnel distress kit
153
Distress signals
154
Survival kit
155
Tourniquet
156
Holster
adjustment webbing; loop tape cord
broken or missing; edge and seam
bindings torn or cut; broken or
missing thong on slide fastener.
l.A.W. TM 55-1680-322-12, T.O. 14S-102-2.
Cracked or broken dial face cover;
operation.
0.1
0.1
2-5
2-15
2-5
2-15
Rust or corrosion; missing rivets;
loose clevis; burrs or rough projections on handle; blades hard to
open; nicks or burrs on blades;
cutting edge dull; punch blade dull
and point is blunt, spring blades not
broken.
Tears, cuts, holes, cracks, breaks, or
abrasions; sharp creases or wrinkles; attaching components loose or
missing; foreign material on bag
inside which may damage container
or Injure user.
Scratches, chips, cracks, distortion;
illegible operating instructions; broken or missing lanyard.
Check plastic container for holes, or
container broken Into, replace if
either condition exists.
Damage; rust, dirt, corrosion, or other
foreign material; operation of trigger
screw; damaged or missing retaining cord.
Damage or Corrosion.
0.1
2-5
2-15
0.1
2-5
2-15
0.1
2-5
2-15
0.1
2-5
2-15
0.1
2-5
2-15
0.1
Case damaged; kit inspection date;
expiration medical items; eye ointment leaking; broken case or face on compass.
Cuts, abrasions, or deterioration.
0.2
2-2
2-5
2-5
2-15
Loose or broken stitching; defective
snap fastener on retainer; dirt or
other foreign material.
0.1
Change 2
2-20
0.1
2-5
2-15
2-5
2-15
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services-Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
157
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Y
Packing list
Torn or missing; legibility.
0.1
Torn; pages missing; legibility;
0.1
Serviceability, Container Condition
and Illegible Instructions.
Cork ball, eyelet rivet, or helical split
ring missing; body cracked or broken; cracks, chips, or broken edges
on mouthpiece; evidence of dirt or
other foreign material; lanyard torn,
cut, or missing.
0.1
158b
Operator's manual
dampness.
Firestarter, Aviation
Survival, Sparklite
Plastic bail whistle
158c
Knife, sheathed
Rust or corrosion; burrs or rough
protrusions on handle; nicks or burrs
on blades; cutting edge dull; sharpening
stone missing.
0.1
158
158a
0.1
Section Vlll-OV-1 Air
craft Rigid Survival
Seat Man-hours
required: 1.7
2-5
2-15
2-5
2-15
2-5
2-15
2-5
2-15
2-5
2-15
2-18
NOTE
180-day inspection cycle to coincide with ejection seat inspection
cycle. For inspection of individual
components of the RSSK (hot,
cold, and overwater), refer to
items 83 through 151. Additional
components of the RSSK which
are not listed in items 83 through
151 are listed as follows:
159
Cushion assembly
160
Personnel lowering line
RSSK Hot Climate Compo- nents,
RSSK Cold Climate Components,
and
RSSK
Overwater
Components. RSSK kits have a
180-day inspection cycle to
coincide with ejection seat
inspections.
Check cover assembly for fabric damage and loose, frayed, or broken
stitching; secure attachment of
slide fasteners and trouble-free
operation; secureness of snap
fastener; proper attachment of tape
hook fastener; firmness and shape
of cushion filler.
Check line for fabric damage and
loose, frayed, or broken stitching;
secure attachment of fasteners.
Change 5
2-21
0.2
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
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Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Service-Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
Y
161
162
163
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Equipment container bag
Deleted
Laced dropline assembly
strands.
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Check bag assembly for fabric
damage and loose, frayed, or broken
stitching; secure attachment of slide
fasteners and trouble-free operation;
secureness of snap fasteners; good
condition of thong.
0.1
2-5
2-18
Check dropline for frayed or broken
0.1
2-5
2-18
Pages torn; missing, dampness; legibility.
manual
RSSK Overwater
Components:
0.1
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
0.1
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
RSSK Cold Climate
Components:
164
Survival use of parachute
165
166
Delete
Container, lower
167
Tiedown straps
168
Inner lowering line for
bottom container
169
170
Inspection hole cover for
lid locks
Lugs
Cracked or damaged fiberglass;
secureness of rivets and screws on
attaching parts (missing rivets is
cause for replacement).
Damage or distortion to buckles, clip,
and dee ring; wear or damage to
webbing; loose, frayed, or broken
stitching.
Check line for fabric damage and
loose, frayed, or broken stitching;
secure attachment of fasteners.
Legibility and secureness of hole
cover.
Damage, corrosion; proper operation.
171
Hinges
Proper alignment and seal of kit.
0.1
172
Container, upper
0.1
173
Fastener hook tape
174
Harness assembly
Cracked or damaged fiberglass;
secureness of rivets and screws on
attaching parts; missing rivets is cause
for replacement.
Proper attachment of hook tape to lid of
RSSK.
Damage or distortion to buckles, clip,
and dee ring; wear or damage to
webbing; loose, frayed, or broken stitching.
Change 5
2-22
0.1
0.1
0.1
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
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Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
180
181
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Y
175
Lid locks
176
Cable and conduit
177
Canopy releases
178
Handle assembly
179
Grip release assembly
Section IX - OV-1 Aircraft
Survival Vest
Man-hours required: 1.6
Vest
182
SDU-SE distress marker
Iight and flash guard
Signaling mirror
183
Distress signals
184
Survival Kit
Proper adjustment and alignment;
corrosion.
Proper alignment and operation;
distortion; corrosion.
Proper operation; damage, corrosion.
0.1
0.1
0.1
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
2-5
2-18
Proper adjustment; distortion;
corrosion.
Check for normal squeeze and pull of
grip release handle and opening of
kit. If kit does not open with a normal
squeeze and pull on the handle,
check cable adjustments and lid
locks. Release handles should operate under a pull force of 20 Ib., F,.5
lb. This force can be checked with a
spring scale. Kit can be operated
with either handle.
0.1
Holes, cuts, tears, burns; broken or
loose stitching; defective slide and
snap fasteners; torn or missing fastener tape; loops missing torn loop
adjustment webbing; loop tape cord
broken or missing; edge and seam
bindings torn or cut; broken or missing thong on slide fastener.
l.A.W. TM 55-1680-322-12, T.O. 14S-102-2.
Scratches, chips, cracks, distortion;
illegible operating instructions; broken or missing lanyard.
Damage; corrosion; service life
0.3
2-5
2-16
2-15
0.1
2-5
2-15
2-5
2-15
Case damaged; Kit issue or inspection
date; Individual medical item container seal broken; Eye ointment leaking;
Broken case or face on compass. (See
figure 2-28, SRU-31 P, Packets 1 and 2.)
0.2
Change 3
2-23
0.1
0.1
0.1
2-2
2-5
2-15
2 -5
2-15
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Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and ServicesContinued
Interval and
sequence no.
X
185
Procedures
(inspect for)
Item to be
inspected
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref
Y
Pocket knife, hook blade
Check operation of switchblade, safety
catch and opening button. Blade must
open fully and lock when button is pushed
(safety off). Blade must not open when
safety is on (slide pushed forward).
0.1
2-5
2-15
186
Sheath
Loose or broken stitching; dirt or other
foreign material.
0.1
2-5
2-15
187
Knife, sheathed
Rust or corrosion; burrs or rough
protrusions on handle; nicks or burrs
on blades; cutting edge dull; sharp-ening
stone missing.
0.1
2-5
2-15
188
Plastic ball whistle
Cork ball, eyelet rivet, or helical split
ring missing; body cracked or broken; cracks, chips, or broken edges
on mouthpiece; evidence of dirt or
other foreign material; lanyard torn,
cut, or missing.
0.1
2-5
2-15
189
Packing list
Torn or missing; legibility.
0.1
2-5
2-15
190
Medical packet
Inspect inner and outer case for tears,
all medical items for expiration
dates.
0.1
2-5
2-15
191
Life preserver
Corrosion, damage to exposed metal
parts; cuts, tears, abrasions, security
of stitching, or other damage to container; safety tie on release pins;
stains, dirt, and general cleanliness;
test and repack every 120 days, IAW
TM 54220-202-14 or T.O. 14Si-102.
0.2
2-5
2-16
192
Firestarter, Aviation
Survival, Sparklite
Serviceability, Container Condition
and Illegible Instructions.
0.1
2-5
2-16
193
Fire Starter,
Magnesium Bar
Breaks or dents in container;
illegible instructions.
0.1
2-5
2-16
Change 5
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Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
X
Interval and
sequence no.
Y
Item to
be inspected
Procedures
(inspect for)
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref.
Section X Aircrew Survival Armor
Recovery Vest,
Insert and Packets
(SARVIP)
Man-hours required: 1.6
194
Vest
Holes, cuts, tears,
burns, broken or loose
stitching; defective slide
and snap fasteners; torn or
missing fastener tape; missing thong, damaged harness webbing; damaged
waist adjustment strap.
0.3
2-5
2-19
195
Basic and medical packets
Sealed plastic cover. Tears,
cuts, worn or abrasive
spots, separation of sealed
edges, leaking, deteriorated
or damaged items, condensation on inside of plastic. Outer cloth bag for
tears, loose or broken
stitching, defective slide
fastener, dirt or other foreign material. Items which
have reached an expired
potency data.
0.1
2-6
2-7
2-19
196
Ballistic inserts and carrier
Ballistic inserts for dirt or
other foreign material,
tears, breaks, abrasions,
sharp creases or wrinkles,
hard or deteriorated spots.
Carrier for dirt or foreign
material, tears, loose or
broken stitching, defective
back straps or reversible
quick fit adapter.
0.1
Change 8 2-24.1
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Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
X
Interval and
sequence no.
Y
Item to
be inspected
Procedures
(inspect for)
Work
time
(M/H)
Para
ref.
197
Distress marker light and
flash guard
IAW TM 55-1680-322-12,
TO. 145-10-2-2
0.1
198
Signaling mirror
Scratches, chips, cracks,
distortion; illegible operating
instructions; broken or
missing lanyard.
0.1
2-2
2-19
199
Distress signal kit
Damage, corrosion, service
life.
0.1
2-2
2-5
200
Lensatic compass
Original stowed position,
cracked or broken dial face
cover, missing operating
instructions, broken or
missing lanyard, operation.
0.1
2-5
2-19
201
Smoke and illumination signal
(MK13)
Damage, severe dents or
deformity; broken seals,
labeling on day and night
ends; embossed projections
on night end.
0.1
2-2
2-5
2-19
202
Radio transmitter
Structural damage;
perforated seals; presence
of salt, sand or oil accumulations; condition of
earphone and case; leaking
or corroded battery; operation. IAW the appropriate
Radio Manual.
0.2
2-19
203
LPU/10 life preserver
IAW TM 5-4220-202-14/
T.O. 14S-1-102
0.2
2-5
204
Operation's manual
Torn/missing pages,
legibility, dampness.
0.1
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Section Ill. GENERAL REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS
2.5.
REPAIR LIMITATIONS
Survival equipment not in the medical, avionics, or ordnance categories that has sustained damage or developed deficits
similar to those listed in table 2-1 will be repaired only to the extent which this publication prescribes. Damaged or
defective survival kits or kit components which exceed the capability for being returned to a serviceable condition, or for
which there are no specific repair procedures in this manual, will be considered unserviceable are replaced with a
serviceable item from stock according to individual survival kit authorization outlined in the repair parts listed in Appendix
C. Unserviceable survival equipment will be disposed of as stipulated in paragraph 2-2a.
2.6.
CLEANING
a.
Webbing and Cloth Items. Remove all dirt, dust, or mud from webbing and cloth duck items by dry brushing
with a soft-bristle brush. Grease or oil will be removed by spot cleaning with aromatic naphtha and by rubbing
with a soft-bristle brush or a clean cloth. Soiled survival kit containers will be cleaned by scrubbing with a hand
brush using a laundry soap and hot water solution which hos been allowed to cool down to worm prior to
application. When the scrubbing has been completed, rinse the scrubbed area with clear, lukewarm water. Wet
webbing and cloth duck shall be thoroughly dried before further used or storage. Drying shall be accomplished by
suspending or elevating wet webbing or cloth duck items in a well-ventilated room or in a heated drying room.
Drying time may be reduced by the use of fans. When heat is used, it should never exceed 200°F and must not
be applied for more than three consecutive hours.
b.
Metal Items. Remove ail grease, oil, rust, corrosion, or other foreign matter from metal items by wiping with a
cloth, by buffing with a fine emery cloth, or by use of compressed air from an air- hose. Remove all burrs or
sharp edges by filing with a metal file or by buffing with a crocus cloth.
2.7.
SEWING REPAIRS
a.
General. All sewing repairs shall be performed using the procedures specified in this chapter for the applicable
textile components. Table 2-2 specifies the sewing machines prescribed for per- forming sewing repairs of
survival kit components and provides a code symbol which is further used in table 2-3. Table 2-3 specifies the
type sewing machine required for repair of a particular item, the stitch range to be used when sewing, and the
type thread which is to be used. All original stitching that has been cut in order to perform a repair shall be
removed prior to performing any sewing. Upon completion of sewing, trim excess thread ends as close as
possible to the material being sewed.
b.
Stitching and Restitching. Stitching and restitching of survival kit components should be done with thread that
matches the color of the original stitching, when possible. All straight stitching should be locked by backstitching
each end by at least 1/2 inch. Restitching should be locked by overstitching each end 1/2 inch. Restitching
should be made directly over the original stitching, following the original stitch pattern as closely as possible.
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2.7.
c.
SEWING REPAIRS - Continued
Darning. Holes or tears in survival kit textile components that do not exceed one inch in length may be darned
as follows:
(1)
Mark a square or circle around the area to be darned. Ensure the marking clears all edges of
the damaged area by 1/4 inch.
(2)
Using the applicable sewing machine, move the material back and forth under the machine needle in a
manner which will allow the stitches to run with the warp or filling of the fabric until darning of the hole or
tear is completed.
d.
Patching. A hole or tear in a textile component of a survival kit that exceeds one inch in length or one
inch in diameter shall be patched. However, the affected area must not extend into a seam and must be
located at a point which will allow the finished patch to be square or rectangular in shape. The patch shall
be applied on the outside of the applicable item only. Apply a patch as follows:
(1)
Place the reparable item on a repair table, smooth the fabric around the damaged area, and secure the
item to the table with pushpins. Do not pin the damaged area.
(2)
Mark a square or rectangle around the area to be patched and ensure that one side of the marked square
or rectangle is parallel to the warp or filling of the fabric.
(3)
Cut the damaged area fabric along the lines made in (2) above. Further cut the fabric diagonally at each
corner to allow a 1/2-inch foldback in the raw edges.
(4)
Make a 1/2-inch foldback on each raw edge, pin, and baste to complete the prepared hole.
(5)
Mark and cut a patch 2-1/2-inches wider and longer than the inside measurements of the prepared hole.
Ensure that one side of the patch material is marked and cut along the warp or filling of the fabric.
(6)
Center the cut patch material on the prepared hole and ensure the warp or filling of the patch material
matches the warp or filling of the fabric being patched. Pin the patch material in position.
(7)
Make a 1/2-inch fold under on each edge of the patch material and baste the patch material to the
prepared area.
(8)
Remove the pushpins securing the reparable item to the repair table and secure the patch by stitching,
using the applicable details in figure 2-1. Make the first row of stitching completely around the patch.
Turn the item over and make a second row of stitching around the prepared hole.
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2.7.
SEWING REPAIRS - Continued
e.
Slide Fastener Interlocking Repair.
f.
(1)
Repair a slide fastener interlocking defective slider by removing the top end stops of the slide fastener
with diagonal cutters. Remove the defective slider; replace with a like item from stock or a salvaged slide
fastener. Replace the end stops.
(2)
Missing end stops will be replaced with a serviceable like item from stock or salvage.
(3)
Missing teeth in the slide fastener chain cannot be repaired. The complete slide fastener shall be
replaced.
Alterations.
A slide fastener interlocking that is too long, but suitable for a particular application may be shortened as follows:
(1)
Mark the slide fastener tape at the correct finished length.
(2)
Using a diagonal cutter cut across the chain one inch longer than the finished length marked, complete
the tape cutting with shears.
(3)
Remove end stops and retain, discard scrap bits of slide fastener.
(4)
Holding the diagonal cutter at a 90 degree angle to the slide fastener chain. Cut the teeth from the chain
even with the slide fastener tape. Remove (1) inch of the teeth on each side of the tape, one at a time.
(5)
Replace the end stops.
Figure 2-1. General patching details.
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TM 55-1680-317-23&P
2-7.
SEWING REPAIRS- Continued
Table 2-2. Sewing Machine Code Symbols
Code
symbol
LD
Sewing Machine
SEWING MACHINE, INDUSTRIAL (Light Duty): General sewing; power driven; lock stitch; single
needle; flat bed; with rigid table stand; 10- to 13-inches depth of throat; 31-15 or any equivalent model
MD
SEWING MACHINE, INDUSTRIAL (Medium Duty): General sewing; power driven; lock stitch; single
needle; flat bed; with rigid table stand; 111W155 or any equivalent model.
DN
SEWING MACHINE, INDUSTRIAL (Light to Medium Darning): Darning; power driven;
lock stitch; single needle; 6-7/8-inches depth of throat; cylinder bed; with rigid table
stand; 47W70 or any equivalent model.
BT
SEWING MACHINE, INDUSTRIAL(Light Duty): Bar tacking; with rigid table stand; 69-8
or any equivalent model.
Table 2-3. Stitching Specifications.
Component
Individual Hot Climate Survival Kit
Outer Case
Grommet reinforcement
Pocket tie tape
Carrying handle
Slide interlocking fastener
Inner Case
Slide interlocking fastener
Attaching strap
Connecting strap
Connecting strap reinforcement
Tarpaulin
First Aid Kit Case
Tool Kit Carrier
Canned Drinking Water Test Pad
Recommended
sewing machine
(code symbol)
Stitches per Inch
Thread size
MD
DN
MD
DN
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
LD
MD
DN
MD
LD
7-9
Darn
7-9
Darn
7-9
7-9
7-9
8-11
8-11
8-11
8-11
8-11
7-11
8-11
Darn
7-11
7-11
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
FF
FF
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2-7.
SEWING REPAIRS - Continued
Table 2-3. Stitching Specifications - Continued
Component
Individual Cold Climate Survival Kit
Outer Case
Grommet reinforcement
Pocket tie tape
Carrying handle
Slide interlocking fastener
Inner Case
Slide interlocking fastener
Attaching strap
Connecting strap
Connecting strap reinforcement
First Aid Kit Case
Individual Overwater Survival Kit
Outer Case
Grommet reinforcement
Pocket tie tape
Carrying handle
Slide interlocking fastener
Connector loop
Thong
Ring chape
Iinner Case
Slide interlocking fastener
Attaching strap
Connecting strap
Connecting strap reinforcement
Connector Web
First Aid Kit Case
OV-1 Aircraft Hot Climate Survival Kit
Case
Carrying strap
Slide interlocking fastener
Tarpaulin
Recommended
sewing machine
(code symbol)
Stitches per Inch
Thread size
MD
DN
MD
DN
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
DN
7-9
Darn
7-9
Darn
7-9
7-9
7-9
8-11
8-11
8-11
8-11
8-11
8-11
Darn
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
MD
DN
MD
DN
MD
MD
MD
MD
LD
LD
MD
DN
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
DN
7-9
Darn
7-9
Darn
7-9
7-9
7-9
7-9
7-9
7-9
8-11
Darn
8-11
8-11
8-11
8-11
7-9
8-11
Darn
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
FF
E
E
E
E
E
E
FF
E
E
MD
DN
MD
MD
LD
DN
7-12
Darn
7-12
7-12
7-11
Darn
E
E
E
E
E
E
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2-7.
SEWING REPAIRS - Continued
Table 2-3. Stitching Specifications-Continued
Component
OV-1 Aircraft Cold Climate Survival Kit
Case
Carrying strap
Slide interlocking fastener
OV-1 Aircraft Overwater Survival Kit
Outer Case
Carrying handle
Strap reinforcement
Grommet reinforcement
Inflation knob retaining strap
Loop strap
Slide interlocking fastener
Inner Case
Fastener tape
Retaining line attaching loop
Life Raft Retaining Line
SRU-211P Survival Vest
Vest
Edge binding
Expansion panel
Fastener Tape
Loop adjustment webbing
Seam binding
Thong
Slide interlocking fastener
Receiver-transmitter antenna cover
Survival Components
Distress marker attaching line
Component Pockets
Recommended
sewing machine
(code symbol)
Stitches per inch
Thread size
MD
DN
MD
MD
7-12
Darn
7-12
7-12
E
E
E
E
MD
DN
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
DN
MD
LD
LD
7-9
Darn
7-9
7-9
7-9
7-9
7-9
7-9
7-9
Darn
7-9
7-9
7-9
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
LD
LD
LD
LD
LD
LD
BT
MD
BT
MD
8-10
8-10
8-10
8-10
8-10
8-10
Bar-tack
8-10
Bar-tack
8-10
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
BT
MD
Bar-tack
8-10
E
E
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2-7. SEWING REPAIRS - Continued
Table 2-3. Stitching Specifications - Continued
Recommended sewing
machine (code symbol)
Component
SARVIP
VEST
WEBBING
EDGE BINDING
FASTENER TAPE
THONG
SLIDE INTERLOCKING FASTENER
CARRIER, PLATE
DISTRESS MARKER ATTACHING LINE
COMPONENT POCKETS
DN
Stitches
per inch
Thread
size
LD
MD
LD
LD
BT
MD
10-12
10-12
10-12
10-12
Bar-Tack
10-12
E
FF
E
E
E
E
LD
BT
MD
Darn
8-10
Bar-Tack
8-10
E
E
E
E
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2-8.
SEARING AND WAXING
Cord, textile tape, or webbing which has been cut for use in performing maintenance will be seared or dipped in wax to
prevent fraying unless otherwise specified. Searing and waxing of textile items shall be performed as follows:
a.
Searing. Ends of nylon textile tape, webbing, or cord may be seared by pressing each exposed end against a
hot, metal surface until the cut nylon material has melted sufficiently to prevent fraying. Avoid forming a sharp
edge or a lump of melted material. Cotton textile tape, webbing, and cord will not be seared.
b.
Waxing. Ends of cotton or nylon textile tape, webbing, and cord may be waxed by dipping 1/2 inch of each end
in a thoroughly melted mixture of half beeswax and half paraffin to prevent fray- ing. Wax temperature should be
to a point which will ensure a thorough penetration of the dipped material rather than just applying a coating on
the material.
2-9.
EYELET GROMMET REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT
a.
Repair. To repair an eyelet type grommet, use a mallet, punch, and an applicable size die, and reseat the
grommet in the original location by hammering until the grommet becomes firmly seated and cannot be turned by
hand.
b.
Replacement. Replace a defective eyelet grommet and washer with serviceable items of the same size from
stock and the following procedures:
(1)
Cut the crimped edge of the original grommet at three or four points using diagonal nippers. Pry the cut
crimped edges back and remove the original grommet and washer.
(2)
If the fabric area around the original grommet has been damaged, repair the area by darning as outlined
in paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3. However, if darning does not provide a satisfactory
repair, construct a suitable sized reinforcement of the same type material as that in the original grommet
location and secure the reinforcement to the inside of the damaged area using the specifics in table 2-3
and patching procedures outlined in paragraph 2-7. After the reinforcement has been secured in place,
darn over the reinforced area using the specifics in table 2-3.
(3)
Using a grommet hole cutter, cut a suitable sized hole in the reinforcement material to accommodate the
applicable size grommet. Ensure the hole is cut with a slightly smaller diameter than the diameter of the
replacement grommet barrel.
(4)
Insert the barrel of the replacement grommet through the hole cut in (3) above, and ensure the grommet
flange is located on the same side of the material as the original grommet.
(5)
Position the grommet on a comparable sized die with the barrel facing up and place the washer over the
grommet barrel.
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2-9.
GROMMET REPAIR - Continued
(6)
Using a punch and mallet (figure 2-2), spread the grommet barrel by hammering until the barrel collar is
flattened and rolled down smooth on the washer.
(7)
Check the seating of the grommet and if the grommet can be turned by hand, repeat the procedure in (6)
above until the grommet is firmly seated.
Figure 2-2. Installing an eyelet-type grommet, typical
2-32
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a.
SNAP FASTENER REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT
Repair. Repair a loose snap fastener by reseating the fastener on a hand- or foot-operated press (figure 2-3) as
follows:
Figure 2-3. Seating a snap fastener, typical
A.. Socket assembly.
B. Stud assembly.
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SNAP FASTENER REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT.-Continued
(1)
Install an applicable size chuck and die on the press.
(2)
Snap the fastener socket (A) or stud (B), as applicable, in the chuck. Position the fastener cap or post, as
applicable on the die.
(3)
Depress the press handle or lever to seat the socket and cap or stud and post, as applicable.
(4)
Check the fastener for firm seating. If required, repeat the procedure in (3) above. Ensure the socket
snaps on and off the stud without hindrance.
Replacement. A snap, fastener which is defective or cannot be reseated shall be replaced with a serviceable
item from stock. However, if only one part of the fastener is defective, such as the socket assembly or the stud
assembly, just that particular assembly will necessitate replace- ment. Remove and replace a damaged snap
fastener as follows:
(1)
Remove the original snap fastener and, if applicable, repair the fabric area around the fastener using the procedures in paragraphs 2-9b (1) through (3).
(2)
install the replacement fastener or fastener part assembly using the procedures in para- graph a. above.
Ensure that prior to actuating the press, the sole cut in the fabric is placed over the stem of the cap or the
stud, as applicable.
MAKING KNOTS
During the performance of the various maintenance functions on survival kits, the making of certain type knots is
prescribed. Details for the forming of knots specified in this publication are shown in figure 2-4.
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Figure 2-4. Knots used in survival kit maintenance
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Section IV. SPECIFIC REPAIR AND PACKING INSTRUCTIONS
2-12.
INDIVIDUAL HOT CLIMATE SURVIVAL KIT
a.
Kit Outer Case.
(1)
Inspection. Inspect the kit outer case (figure 1-1) using the procedures in table 2-1.
(2)
Service. To service the kit outer case, clean and dry the case, as required, using the procedures
prescribed in paragraph 2-6.
(3)
Repair.
(a)
Restitching. Restitch broken or loose stitching on a kit outer case according to original
construction details, using the procedures described in paragraph 2-7 and the specifics in table
2-3.
(b)
Darning and patching. As applicable, darn or patch a kit outer case using the procedures in
paragraph 2-7 and the specifics in table 2-3. Patching will be performed using olive drab colored
type I cotton duck cloth.
(c)
Restencil. As required, Restencil the kit information data on or as near as possible to the
original location on the kit outer case (figure 2-5). The Restencil lettering should conform to the
original ,lettering size, type, and spacing, and will be made using a stenciling brush, oiled stencil
board, and black stencil-marking ink.
Figure 2-5. The individual survival kit outer case, typical
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(d)
Reseating a pocket grommet. Reseat a pocket grommet according to procedures in paragraph
2-9.
(e)
Replacing a pocket grommet. Replace a damaged grommet on the kit outer case pocket with
a serviceable size O metallic grommet using the procedures prescribed in paragraph 2-9.
(f)
Replacing the pocket tie tape. Replace an unserviceable tie tape on the pocket of the kit outer
case by fabricating as follows.
(g)
1.
Cut the stitching which secures the original tie tape to the pocket body and remove the
tape.
2.
Cut a 15-inch length of 112-inch-wide, type I cotton tape and .wax the ends.
3.
Center the tape length over the original tie tape location and secure the replace- ment
tape with four rows of stitching or bar-tack according to original construc- tion details and
paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3.
Replacing a carrying handle. Replace a damaged carrying handle on the kit outer case by
fabricating as follows:
1.
Cut the stitching on both sides of the outer case which secures the original carry- ing
handle to the case.
2.
Cut a 22-inch length of 1-23/32-inch-wide, type VIII nylon webbing and sear the ends.
3.
At a point 5 inches from each end of the webbing length, make a contrasting colored
mark.
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4.
Between the two marks made in 3 above, roll each edge of the webbing in one-half the width of
the webbing (figure 2-6) and secure each rolled webbing edge with a single row of stitching located 1/8 inch out
from the webbing edge, using the specifics in table 2-3. Stitching will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
Figure 2-6. Kit outer case carrying handle construction details
5.
(h)
Position the webbing length in the original carrying handle location and secure each end of the
webbing by making a 4-7/8-inch-long, triple-X-box-stitch formation with two double ends
according to original construction details, using the specifics in table 2-3. Stitching will be made
in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
Replacing nylon straps and handles.
1.
2.
Outer case:
a.
Strap, reinforcing, webbing, nylon, 1-1/2 inch wide, orange-yellow, 6-1/2 inches long, 1
piece. Sear ends to prevent fraying.
b.
Strap, reinforcing, webbing, nylon, 1-1/2 inches wide, orange-yellow, 42 inches long, 2
pieces. Sear ends to prevent fraying.
Loop one end of the carrying strap over and then under the center bar of the slide. See figure 27(Sheet 2 of 3). Make a 3-1/2 inch loop, 1/8 inch from the seared end. Stitch across the double
thickness webbing 1 inch from the cross-stitch toward
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the slider or loop end. Sew across the double thickness webbing. From the bottom cross-stitch
make a 1 x 1-1/4 box stitch. Do this to both 42 inch straps. After the loop is on the center bar of
the slide, take the webbing and put the metal loop on and snake the webbing under, over and
back thru the slide (figure 2-7(Sheet 2 of 3). Take the reinforcement strap, measure down from
the pocket seam 3/4 inch and sew the seared end of the carrying strap underneath (figure 2-7)
using a boxed x stitch, figure 2-7. Do this to both carrying straps.
3.
(i)
Bottom attaching points.
a.
For the loop strap, figure 2-7, cut 2 pieces of webbing, 1-1/2 inch wide orange- yellow
10-112 inches long, sear both ends to prevent fraying. Cut 2 pieces of 1-112 inch wide
webbing orange-yellow, 3-1/2 inches long, sear both ends to prevent fraying. Feed one
end of the 10-112 inch long webbing thru the metal loop of the carrying strap, figure 27(Sheet 2 of 3); 3/4 inch from the bottom seam of the case, sew the loop strap
underneath the loop strap reinforce- ment webbing, the 3-1/2 inch piece. Figure 2-7. This
is to be sewn on the same side as the carrying strap. DO NOT CROSS THE CASE with
the loop strap.
b.
The thread used for this is nylon, type I or 11, class 1, color O.D., shade S-1, size FF MI
L SPEC V-T-295.
Replacing a connecting strap. Replace a damaged connecting strap on the outside of the kit inner
case by fabricating as follows:
1.
Cut the stitching which secures the strap assembly connecting strap to the kit inner case body,
and remove the strap assembly from the case body. Further remove the attaching strap and
quick fit adapter from each end of the connecting strap by cutting the stitching on the strap ends.
2.
Inspect each of the quick fit adapters for serviceability and replace a quick fit adapter, as
required, with a serviceable item from stock.
3.
Cut a 23-3/8-inch length of 1-23/32-inch-wide, type Vlll nylon webbing and sear the ends.
4.
Make a contrasting colored mark at a point 5-1/8 inches from each end of the webbing length.
5.
Using original construction details and the details in figure 2-9, pass one of the strap ends from
the top, down and around the attaching bar of a serviceable quick fit adapter and aline the strap
end with the nearest 5-1/8-inch mark made in 4 above. Beginning 1/8 inch back from the
stitching a 3-inch-long, double-X-box- stitch formation with one double end in accordance with
paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3. Make the stitching 118 inch in from each webbing
edge.
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6.
Using the procedures in 5 above and the specifics in table 2-3, attach the opposite strap end to a
serviceable quick fit adapter.
Figure 2-7. individual Survival Kit (Packed) (Sheet 1 of 3)
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Figure 2-7. Individual Survival Kit (Packed) (Sheet 2 of 3)
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Figure 2-7. Individual Survival Kit (Packed) (Sheet 3 of 3)
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b. Kit Inner Case.
(1) Inspection. Inspect the kit inner case using the procedures in table 2-1.
(2) Service. To service the kit inner case, clean and dry the case, as required, using the procedures prescribed
in paragraph 2-6.
(3) Repair.
(a) Restitching. Restitch broken or loose stitching on a kit inner case (figure 2-7), except the connecting
strap, according to original construction details, using the procedures in paragraph 2-7 and the specifics in
table 2-3. The connecting strap shall be restitched using a reinforcement as outlined in paragraph (g)
below.
(b) Darning and patching. As applicable, darn or patch a kit inner case using the procedures in paragraph
2-7 and the specifics in table 2-3. Patching shall be performed using type 1 cotton duck cloth.
(c) Replacing the slide interlocking fastener. A slide interlocking fastener (zipper) on the kit inner case
which is broken or hard to manipulate shall be replaced with a serviceable 44-1/2-inch-long, type 1, style
2, size MS, slide interlocking fastener from stock using the procedures outlined in paragraph a. (3) (h)
above and the specifics in table 2-3. A slide interlocking fastener on the kit outer case which is defective
in any way shall be replaced using the following procedures:
1. Cut the stitching which secures the original slide interlocking fastener to the kit outer case and remove
the defective fastener.
2.
Install a serviceable 44-1/2-inch-long, type 1, style 2, size MHS, slide interlocking fastener in the
original fastener location and secure the replacement fastener by stitching according to original
installation details, using the specifics in table 2-3. Stitching will be made in accordance with
paragraph 2-7.
(d) Replacing an attaching strap. Replace an unserviceable attaching strap (figure 2-8) on either end of
the kit inner case strap assembly by fabricating as follows:
1. Cut the end loop on the attaching strap and remove the ejector snap from the loop. Further remove the
cut strap from the applicable strap assembly quick fit adapter.
2.
Inspect the original ejector snap for serviceability. If the snap is defective, replace with a serviceable
item from stock.
3. Cut a 28-inch length of 1-23/32-inch-wide, type VlII nylon webbing and sear the ends.
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Figure 2-8. Attaching strap replacement details, typical
4. Pass one end of the webbing length around the snap attaching bar to form a loop on the snap bottom
end and aline the webbing ends. Secure the doubled webbing by stitching a box-stitch formation along
the full length of the webbing to a point 3/4 inch from the formed loop on the snap. Make the stitching
1/8 inch in from the webbing edges in accordance with paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3.
5. With the face of the ejector snap facing down, pass the running end of the replacement attaching strap
around the raised part of the quick fit adapter center sliding bar and back toward the ejector snap as
shown in figure 2-8.
6. Make a double 3/4-inch foldback on the strap running end and secure the foldback on the strap running
end with two rows of stitching using the details in figure 2-8 and the specifics in table 2-3. Stitching will
be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
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7. Install the replacement strap assembly in the original location on the outside of the kit Inner case with a
14-1/8-inch-long box-stitch formation according to original construction details and the details shown in
figure 2-9, using the specifics in table 2-3. Stitching will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
Figure 2-9. Strap assembly construction details, typical
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(e) Replacing an ejector snap. Replace a defective ejector snap with a serviceable item from stock using
the procedures prescribed in paragraph (d) above.
(f) Replacing a quick fit adapter. Replace a defective quick fit adapter with a serviceable item from stock
as follows:
1. Cut and remove the stitching on the attaching strap running end doubled, 3/4-inch foldback and remove
the attaching strap from the applicable quick fit adapter. Further, cut 4 inches of the stitch formation
on the applicable end of the connecting strap and remove the original quick fit adapter from the
connecting strap end.
2. Install a replacement adapter on the applicable connecting strap end and restitch the connecting strap
in the original location according to original construction details, using the specifics in table 2-3.
Stitching will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
3. Install the running end of the applicable attaching strap removed in 1 above on the replacement adapter
and secure the attaching strap running end as prescribed in paragraph (d) above, using the specifics in
table 2-3.
(g) Installing the connecting strap reinforcement. When the inner case strap assembly connecting strap
has broken or loose stitching, a connecting strap reinforcement shall be fabricated and installed as
follows:
1. Cut a 14-3/8 inch length of 1-23/32-inch-wide, type VIII nylon webbing and sear the ends.
2. Position the webbing length on the inside of the inner case, alined with the connecting strap. Secure the
reinforcement by stitching over the original connecting strap stitch formations on the outside of the kit
inner case using the specifics in table 2-3. Stitching will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
(h) Replacement. Replace an unserviceable kit inner case which is beyond repair with a serviceable item
from stock in accordance with Appendix C.
(4) Replacement. Replace an unserviceable kit outer case which is beyond repair with a serviceable item from
stock in accordance with Appendix C.
c. Survival Components.
(1) Inspection. Inspect the survival components of the individual hot climate survival kit using the procedures in
table 2-1. First aid kit medical items which are considered serviceable but do not have an expiration date
available will be marked with the date of the shortest expiration dated item in the kit. Survival rations have a
shelf life of 5 years and a service life of 3 years. Neither shall be exceeded, i.e., packet has 2 years shelf life
remaining; it can be put in service for only 2 years.
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(2) Repair.
(a) Tarpaulin.
1.
Darning and patching. As required, darn or patch a lightweight tarpaulin in accordance with
paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3. Patching will be performed using laminated yellow/blue
rubber coated cloth.
NOTE
When patching the tarpaulin, ensure the yellow blue colors of the patch material are
alined with the orlglnal colors of the tarpaulin accordingly.
2.
Restitching. Restitch broken or loose stitching on a lightweight tarpaulin according to original
construction details, using the procedures in paragraph 2-7 and the specifics in table 2-3.
(b) First aid kit case.
1.
Darning and patching. As required, darn or patch a first aid kit case in accordance with paragraph 27, using the specifics in table 2-3. Patching will be performed using 8.25-ounce cotton duck cloth.
2. Restitching. Restitch broken or loose stitching on a first aid kit case according to original construction
details and paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3.
(c) Tool kit carrier.
1. Darning. Darn a tool kit carrier in accordance with paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3.
2. Restitching. Restitch broken or loose stitching on a tool kit carrier according to original construction
details and paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3.
(3) Test. To check the vacuum retention of a conned drinking water container, a water hammer (slop) test shall
be applied by striking each individual can of water against a firm, but well padded fabricated test pad or the
palm of the hand. The intent of the test pad is to deaden and impact noise other than the slap of water which
will occur if the required vacuum is present in the can being tested. The water slap is distinguished by sharp,
audible, metallic click which results from the lack of internal air to cushion the impact of the water contents
against the inside of the con. The test pod, which is used as an aid in performing the water hammer test, may
be fabricated as follows;
NOTE
A can of water which falls to produce the metallic click during the water hammer test
shall be considered unserviceable and replaced in accordance with Appendix C.
(a) Cut two 10-inch-square pieces of type 1 cotton duck cloth.
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(b) Place one piece of cut cloth on top of the other piece and aline all edges. Using the specifics in table 2-3,
secure the two pieces of cloth together on three sides with two rows of stitching made 1/4 inch in from the
outside edge and 1/4 inch apart. Stitching will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
(c) Invert the formed bag to position the stitched seams on the inside and fill the bag with sand or other similar
filling material.
(d) Turn in 1/2 inch of each of the bag open side edges and close the bag by making two rows of stitching 1/4
inch in from the alined cloth folds and 1/4 inch apart, using the specifics in table 2-3. Stitching will be made
in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
(4) Replacement. Replace a damaged, missing or otherwise unserviceable survival component with a serviceable
item from stock as prescribed in paragraph 2-5 and in accordance with repair parts, Appendix C. First aid kit
medical items which are unserviceable will be replaced.
NOTE
Prior to repacklng the survival kit, ensure the parachute attaching straps extending
from each end of the kit inner case are pulled completely through the cutouts located
in the outer case end gussets to permit access to each of the quick fit adapters when
the kit is placed into use. Also ensure the ejector snaps face down as shown in
figure 2-8.
NOTE
In some instances, the local commander may require a survival receiver- transmitter
and dry battery to be packed in the survival kit. When this situation occurs, the
receiver-transmitter and battery will be stowed and secured inside the pocket located
on the exterior of the kit outer case.
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d. Repacking the Survival Kit.
CAUTION
When packing the MC-1 magnetic compass in the survival kit inner case, ensure the
compass is placed in a face-down position to prevent unnecessary wear on the
compass pivot and jewel.
Upon completion of inspection, repair, and replacement, as applicable, repack the components of the individual hot
climate survival kit within the kit outer and inner cases according to original kit packing details, the individual 9- by 12inch kit packing list, and the details shown in figure 2-10. Ensure the kit operator's manual, TM 55-1680-349-10, is
stowed and secured inside the pocket located on the exterior of the kit outer case.
NOTE
Prior to repacklng the survival manual (AFM 64-5, or FM 21-76) and the operator's
manual (TM 55-1680-349-10) in the kit, place each of the publications in an individual
compatible sized plastic polyethylene bag with interlocking closure to prevent
exposure of the printed matter to moisture.
NOTE
After repacking has been completed, secure the outer case slide fastener thong to the
side of the case, over the teeth of the slide fastener, figure 2-9a. Tac sew the bottom
end of the thong to the side of the case, use one stitch. Midway up the thong, tac sew
one side of the thong to the side of the case. Use one stitch. Tac sew the opposite
side of the thong to the opposite side of the case. Secure the closure end of the slide
fastener to the top of the case with the thread using four stitches. Using one turn
single, type I nylon cord, secure the material condition tag to the outer case pocket
flap grommet and stow the DD Form 1574 in the pocket. By securing the thong to the
outer case in this manner, a quick check can be made to see if the kit has been
broken into. If the thong has been unsecured, check the kit for possible pilferage,
Figure 2-9A.
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Figure 2-9a. Securing Slide Fastener Thong
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Figure 2-10. Packing details for survival components of the individual hot climate
survival kit. Unless noted, all units are one each.
1.
2.
3.
4.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Food packets-6 ea.
Compressed trioxane fuel
Fishing tackle kit
MC-magnetic compass
Snare wire
Frying pan
Wood matches-1
7.
8.
Emergency drinking water
Knife sharpener
Plastic whistle
Smoke and illumination
2 ea.
Pocket knife
Signaling mirror
container
Plastic water bag
First aid kit
18.
19.
Insect headnet
Reversible sun hat
9.
10.
Sunbum-preventive preparation
Plastic spoon
20.
Tool Kit
5.
6.
*See figure 2-11 for tarpaulin folding details.
**Net, multipurpose can be placed anywhere in top layer.
***Blanket combat can be placed anywhere it will fit within the survival kit.
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21.
*22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
***28.
29.
30.
31.
**32.
Kit packing list
Tarpaulin
Survival manual
(AFM64-5) (FM 21-76)
Kit inner case
Kit outer case
Attaching strap
Ejector snap
Blanket combat
Fire starter, magnesium
Saw, finger grip
Fire starter, spark lite
Net, multipurpose
(net, gill fishing)
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Figure 2-11. Tarpaulin folding details
A. Tarpaulin laid out with fold lines indicated.
B. Tarpaulin folding completed.
2.13. INDIVIDUAL COLD CLIMATE SURVIVAL KIT
a. Inspection. Inspect the individual cold climate survival kit and the related survival components using the
procedures in table 2-1.
b.
Service. Service the individual cold climate survival kit by cleaning and drying the kit outer and inner case, as
required, using the procedures in paragraph 2-6.
c.
Repair. As required, repair the first aid kit case and the outer and inner cases of the individual cold climate
survival kit using the procedures in paragraph 2-12 and the specifics in table 2-3.
d. Replacement. Replace an unserviceable or missing component of the individual cold climate survival kit with a
serviceable item from stock as prescribed in paragraph 2-5 and in accordance with repair parts, Appendix C.
First aid kit medical items which are unserviceable will be replaced.
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NOTE
If the center sealing tape, which effects the vacuum pack seal of the SRU-15/P
sleeping bag container, has been broken or removed for any reason, DO NOT attempt
to repack the bag In the container or to reseal the container. Replace the complete
SRU-15/P sleeping bag with a new unit.
e.
Repacking the Survival Kit. Repack the components of the individual cold climate survival kit within the kit
outer and inner cases using applicable procedures cited in paragraph 2-12d, the original kit packing details, the
individual 9- by 12-inch kit packing list, and the details shown in figure 2-12. Ensure the kit operator's manual,
TM 55-1680-348-10, is stowed and secured within the kit outer case exterior pocket.
NOTE
Prior to repacking the survival manual (AFM 64-5 or FM 21-76) and the operator's
manual (M 55-1680-348-10) In the kit, place each of the publications in an Individual
compatible sized plastic polyethylene bag with interlocking closure to prevent
exposure of the printed matter to moisture.
NOTE
Give serviceable poncho a light dusting of Talc, Technical: Powder, NSN 6810-00-2709989 before repacking to prevent the poncho's plastic materiel from sticking together.
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Figure 2-12. Packing details for survival components of the individual cold climate survival kit. Unless other
wise we noted an units are one each.
1.
Food packets-7
8.
MC-1 magnetic
compass
Pocket knife
14.
Signaling mirror
21.
2.
Snare wire
9.
15.
22.
10.
Saw-knife
shovel handle
16.
Survival fishing
kit
Plastic spoon
3.
4.
Smoke area
IIIumination
signals-2
Knife sharpener
11.
Frying pan
17.
5.
Saw/knife blade
12.
6.
Wood matches 1
container
13.
Illuminating
candles-5
Compressed
trioxane fuel-3
pks.
7.
First aid kit
23.
Attaching **29. Blanket, combat
strap
Kit outer case
30.Fire starter,
magnesium
Kit inner case
31. finger grip
24.
Shovel
lite
18.
Survival manual
(AFM 64-5) (FM
21 -76)
Poncho
25.
19.
Insect headnet
26.
Water bag *33. Net, multipurpose
(net, fishing)
Packing list
20.
Ejector snap
27.
28.
Sleeping bag
Whistle, plastic
*Net, multipupose can be placed anywhere in top layer.
**Blanket combat can be placed anywhere it will fit within the survival kit.
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Fire starter, spark
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2-14. INDIVIDUAL OVERWATER SURVIVAL KIT
CAUTION
Prior to performing any maintenance function on the individual overwater survival
kit, ensure the outer case ring chape tape material is removed from the split key
ring located on one end of the life raft Inflation system pull-cable.
a.
Kit Outer Case.
(1)
Inspection. Inspect the kit outer case using the procedures in table 2-1.
(2)
Service. As required, service the kit outer case by cleaning and drying the case using the procedures in
paragraph 2-6.
(3)
Repair. The individual overwater survival kit outer case shall be repaired using the applicable procedures in
paragraph 2-12a (3), except for replacing the slide interlocking fastener (zipper). Replacement of the slide
fastener and repair of additional outer case items will be performed using the following procedures.
(a)
(b)
Replacing the slide interlocking fastener. A slide interlocking fastener on the kit outer case which is
defective in any way shall be replaced as follows:
1.
Cut the stitching which secures the original slide interlocking fastener to the kit outer case and
remove the defective fastener.
2.
Remove the thong and ring chape from the wire stirrup on the slider of the original fastener and
retain for further use, if serviceable.
3.
Using a suitable tool on a serviceable 47-inch-long, type I, style 2, size MHS slide interlocking
fastener, remove the top stops and chain scoops on both stringers to allow the fastener tape to
extend 2 inches beyond the last chain scoop.
4.
Position the replacement fastener in the original fastener location and secure the fastener by
stitching according to original construction details, using the specifics in table 2-3. Stitching will
be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
5.
Attach a serviceable thong and ring chape to the fastener slider wire stirrup according to original
attachment details and the procedures in (e) and (f) below.
Replacing a connector loop. Replace a damaged connector loop on the inside of the kit outer case
by fabricating as follows:
1.
Cut the stitching which secures the original connector loop to the case inside and remove the
loop.
2.
Cut an 8-3/4-inch length of 1/2-inch-wide natural color tubular nylon webbing (A, figure 2-13) and
sear the ends.
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3. Double the webbing length and spread the webbing ends to a width of 2 inches (B).
Figure 2-13. Connector loop construction and attaching details.
A. Fabrication and stitching specifics.
B. Forming and positioning the loop.
4. Position the folded webbing in the original location and stitch each webbing end with a 3-inch-long,
single-X-box-stitch formation with two double ends, using original stitching details and the specifics in
table 2-3. Stitching will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
(c) Reseating a snap fastener. As required, reseat the snap fastener located on one end gusset of the kit
outer case or the snap fastener located on the thong using the procedures in paragraph 2-10 a.
(d) Replacing a snap fastener. A defective snap fastener which may be located on the kit outer case end
gusset or on the thong shall be replaced using the procedures in paragraph 2-10 b and the following
criteria:
1. On the kit outer case gusset replace the original snap fastener with a serviceable 7/64-inch-diameter
post and a stud with a 1/2-inch-diameter base.
2. On the slide interlocking fastener thong, replace the original snap fastener with a serviceable 7/32inch-diameter shank cap and a 5/16-inch-diameter socket.
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(e) Replacing a thong. Replace a damaged thong by fabricating as follows:
1. Cut and remove the original thong from the kit outer case slide interlocking fastener outside slider
wire stirrup.
2. Cut a 16-inch length of 1/2-inch-wide, type 1 cotton tape and wax the ends.
3. Double the tape length and aline the ends.
4. At a point 2-1/2 inches from the folded end of the tape, install a serviceable snap fastener (A, figure
2-14) which is described in (d) 2 above, using the procedures in paragraph 2-10 b.
5. Pass the tape folded end through the slide interlocking fastener wire stirrup and secure the fabricated
thong to the stirrup with a clove hitch drawn tight. Aline the thong loose ends and make an overhand
knot near the bottom of the thong (B).
(f) Replacing a ring chape. Replace a damaged ring chape by fabricating as follows:
1. Cut and remove the original ring chape from the inside wire stirrup on the kit outer case slide
interlocking fastener. On the opposite end of the chape, remove the life raft inflation assembly pullcable from the 3/4-inch-diameter split key ring. Further, remove the ring from the chape end.
2. Inspect the split key ring for serviceability and, if serviceable, retain the ring for further use.
3. Cut a 12-1/2-inch length of 1/2-inch-wide, type I cotton tape and mark the tape length at points 9-3/4
and 12-1/4 inches from one end.
4. Pass the unmarked end of the tape length down through the slider wire stirrup to which the original
chape was attached, and aline the tape end with the 9-3/4-inch mark (figure 2-15).
5. Pass the marked end of the tape length through a serviceable 3/4-inch-diameter split key ring and
back below the webbing end alined in 4 above to form a 3/4-inch- long ring attaching loop on the
chape end. At the 12-1/4-inch mark, make a 1/4- inch foldback against the bottom of the tape plies.
6. Secure the 1/4-inch foldback by stitching two rows, 3/8-inch-long, 7/16 inch apart, across the tape
width, using the specifics in table 2-3. Stitching will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
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7 Beginning at a point 1 inch back from the end of the chape which passes around the wire stirrup,
complete the ring chape construction (figure 2-16) by stitching a 3-3/4-inch-long box stitch formation
1/16 inch in from each of the tape edges. Stitching will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7,
using the specifics in table 2-3.
Figure 2-14. Thong replacement details
A. Construction details.
B. Thong attachment completed.
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Figure 2-15. Ring chape construction details
Figure 2-16. Ring chape installed on kit outer case slide interlocking fastener
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8. If applicable, connect the life raft inflation assembly pull-cable to the chape split key ring.
(4) Replacement. Replace an unserviceable kit outer case which is beyond repair with a serviceable item from
stock in accordance with repair ports, Appendix C.
b. Kit Inner Case.
(1) Inspection. Inspect the kit inner case using the procedures in table 2-1.
(2) Service. To service the kit inner case, clean and dry the case, as required, using the procedures in paragraph
2-6.
(3) Repair. As required, repair the inner case of the individual overwater survival kit using the procedures
prescribed in paragraph 2-12b (3) and the specifics in table 2-3.
(4) Replacement. Replace an unserviceable kit inner case which is beyond repair with a serviceable item from
stock in accordance with repair parts, Appendix C.
c. Connector Web.
(1) General. The connector web is a 173-inch length of webbing which is used to connect the survival kit to the
packed individual LR-1 life raft assembly.
(2) Repair. Repair the connector web by restitching the loop end of the webbing length according to original
construction details and paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3. However, to perform the repair, the
connector web must be removed from the survival kit as follows:
(a) Web removal.
1. Remove the bowline knot made in the webbing end of the outer case connector loop.
2. Remove the slipknot which secures the connector web to the neck of the carbon dioxide cylinder and
remove the web from the survival kit.
(b) Web installation. Reinstall a repaired connector web within the survival kit by reversing the procedures
in (a) above. Ensure the web running end does not exceed 2-1/2 inches in length after the web has been
secured to the connector loop with a bowline knot. Also ensure the web length is S-folded under the life
raft and across the top of the kit inner cage.
(3) Replacement. Replace an unserviceable connector web by fabricating as follows:
(a) Remove the original connector web according to the procedures in (2) (a) above.
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(b) Cut a 178-3/4-inch Iength of 1/2-inch-wide tubular nylon webbing and sear the ends.
(c) On one end of the webbing length, make a 5-3/4-inch-long foldback (figure 2-17). Secure the foldback by
stitching a 2-3/4-inch-long single-X-box-stitch formation with two double ends, 1/8 inch in from each
webbing edge, using the specifics in table 2-3. Stitching will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
Figure2-17. Connector web construction details
(d) Install the replacement connector web in the survival kit as prescribed in (2) (b) above.
(e) Life raft assembly will be inspected I.A.W. TM 5-4220-202-14, T.O. 14S-1-102, Maintenance Instructions
with Parts Breakdown, USAF Flotation Equipment.
d. Survival Components.
(1) Inspection. Inspect the survival components of the individual overwater survival kit using the procedures in
table 2-1. Components which are damaged or defective shall be replaced. If required, mark the first aid kit
medical items as outlined in paragraph 2-12 a.
(2) Repair. Repair the first aid kit case using the applicable procedures outlined in paragraph 2-12c (2) (b).
(3) Replacement. Replace a damaged, missing or otherwise unserviceable survival component with a
serviceable item from stock as prescribed in paragraph 2-5 and in accordance with repair parts, Appendix C.
First aid kit medical items which are unserviceable will be replaced.
e. Repacking the Survival Kit. Repacking of the individual overwater survival kit constitutes packing of the kit
survival components in the kit inner case, folding of the life raft and packing the raft in the kit outer case, and
closing of the kit outer case, with all kit components intact.
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(1)
Repacking the survival components. Repack the survival components of the individual overwater survival
kit, except the life raft, within the kit inner case using the applicable procedures cited in paragraph 2-12d, the
original kit packing details, the individual 9-by 12-inch kit packing list, and the details shown in figure 2-18.
Ensure the kit operator's manual, TM 55-1680-350-10, is stowed and secured inside the pocket located on
the exterior of the kit outer case.
Figure 2-18. Inner case packing details for survival components of the Individual
overwater survival kit.
1.
KR packing lit
10.
2.
Raft boat paddle
3.
Survival manual (ARM164)
(FM21-76)
Insect headnet
Reversible sun hat
Water storage bag
MC-1 magnetic compass
Boat baler
Sponge
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
19.
Compressed trioxane fuel
11.
Sunbur-prevention
preparation
Wood malcfh1 container
20.
12.
First aid kit
21.
Smoke and Illumination
signals
Signaling mirror
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Plastic spoon
Pocket knife
Food packets
Fluorescent a marker
Frying pan
Seawater desalter kit
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
*28.
**29.
*Net, multipurpose (net, gill fishing) can be placed anywhere in top cover
**Blanket combat can be placed anywhere it will fit within the survival kit
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Fishing tackle kit
Knife sharpener
Raft repair kit
Fire starter, magnesium
Saw, finger grip
Firestarter, *park lite
Not, multipurpose (net, gill
fishing)
Blanket combat casualty (not
shown)
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(2) Secure the running end of the 173-inch-long connector web, which is attached to the neck of the carbon
dioxide cylinder, to the outer case connector loop with a bowline knot. Ensure the web running end beyond the bowline
knot does not exceed 2-1/2 inches in length.
(3) Invert the folded life raft and place the raft into the upper section of the kit outer case with the carbon dioxide
cylinder located on the side of the case where the top stops and chain scoops have been removed from the slide
interlocking fastener (zipper) end (figure 2-19).
Figure 2-19. One-man life raft pocked in kit outer case upper section with connector web stowed
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(4) Closing the survival kit.
(a) Fold the kit outer case upper section back onto the lower section and using the case slide interlocking
fastener, close the outer case to a point adjacent to the top of the inflation assembly carbon dioxide
cylinder.
(b) Connect the 3/4-inch-diameter split key ring on the end of the ring chape to the loop formed on the end of
the inflation assembly pull-cable (figure 2-22).
CAUTION
When handling the Individual overwater survival kit under any circumstances, ensure
the slide interlocking fastener thong Is secured to the kit outer case snap fastener to
prevent Inadvertent activation of the raft inflation assembly as the stops on the slide
interlocking fastener have been removed.
(c) Engage the snap on the side interlocking fastener with the snap on the side of the kit outer case and
complete the closure of the kit outer case (figure 2-20).
Figure 2-20. Individual overwater survival kit packed and kit closure completed
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NOTE
Prior to repacking the survival components in the kit Inner case, ensure the Inner
case Is positioned Inside the kit outer case. In addition. place the survival manual
(AFM 64-5) or (FM 21-76) and the operator's manual (TM 55-1680-350.10) in an
individual compatible sized plastic polyethylene bags with Interlocking closure to
prevent exposure of the printed matter to moisture.
NOTE
Folding (FIGURE 2-21) and packing the life raft will be in accordance with TM 54220.202-14/T.O. 14S-1-102, Maintenance Instructions With Parts Breakdown, USAF
Flotation Equipment.
Figure 2-21. One-man life raft folding details
A.
B.
C.
F.
Raft in proper layout.
First fold completed.
Second fold completed.
Raft folding completed.
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D. Third fold completed.
E. Fourth fold completed with
fifth and sixth fold specifics.
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(d) Complete the packing and closure of the overwater kit by drawing the free slide on the slide interlocking
fastener to the opposite side of the kit outer case.
Figure 2-22. Connecting the raft inflation assembly and kit closing details
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2-15. SRU-21/P SURVIVAL VEST-KIT
a. Vest.
(1) Inspection. Inspect the SRU-21/P survival vest according to procedures outlined in table 2-1.
(2) Service. As required, service the survival vest by cleaning and drying as prescribed in paragraph 2-6.
(3) Repair. Repair the SRU-21/P survival vest (figure 2-23) as follows:
(a) Restitching. Restitch broken or loose stitching on the survival vest according to original construction
details and paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3.
Figure 2-23. The SRU-21/P survival vest construction details
(b) Darning and patching.
1. Vest. The vest may be repaired by patching, using the procedures in paragraph 2-7, the specifics in table
2-3. Darning will not be performed on the vest body.
2. Vest pockets. The vest pockets may be repaired by darning or patching, as applicable, using the
procedures in paragraph 2-7 and the specifics in table 2-3. Patching will be performed using type III 7.25ounce nylon duck cloth.
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(c) Replacing edge and seam binding. Replace damaged binding around the outside edges and on the
seams of the vest by fabricating as follows:
1. Remove the original edge binding length by cutting the stitching which secures the binding to the vest.
Ensure the vest material is not damaged during the cutting process.
2. Cut a length of 3/4-inch-wide, type III nylon tape equal to the length of the original binding material and
sear the ends.
3. Position the tape length in the original binding location, and secure the tape by stitching according to
original construction details, using the specifics in table 2-3. Stitching will be made in accordance with
paragraph 2-7.
(d) Replacing fastener tape. Replace defective nylon hook-or pile-fastener tape on the vest or a vest pocket by
fabricating as follows:
1. Remove the original hook- or pile-fastener tape length by cutting the stitching which secures the tape to
the vest or pocket, as applicable. Ensure the adjacent vest or pocket material, as applicable, is not
damaged during the cutting process.
2. Cut a length of 1-inch-wide hook-or pile-fastener tape, as applicable, equal to the length of the original
fastener tape.
3. Position the replacement fastener tape length in the original fastener tape location and secure the tape
length by stitching according to original construction details and paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table
2-3.
(e) Replacing loop adjustment webbing. Replace a damaged loop adjustment webbing length at the back of the
vest by fabricating as follows:
1. Remove the original loop adjustment webbing length by cutting the stitching which secures the webbing to
the vest. Ensure the adjacent vest material or the loop tape cord is not damaged during the cutting
process.
2. Cut a length of 7/16-inch-wide nylon webbing with one looped edge equal in length to the original loop
adjustment webbing length and sear the ends.
3.
Position the webbing length in the original adjustment webbing location and secure the webbing by
stitching according to original construction details and paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3.
Ensure the loops on the one webbing edge are securely anchored by stitching along the loop edge of the
webbing, catching the webbing and the loops.
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(f) Replacing a loop tape cord. Replace a defective loop tape cord at the vest back by fabricating as follows:
1. Remove the original loop tape cord by cutting the knot off of one cord end and unlace the cord from the
loops on the loop adjustment webbing. Ensure the loops or the loop adjustment webbing is not damaged
during the cutting process.
2. Cut a 114-inch length of 1/16-inch-wide, type 1A coreless nylon cord and sear the ends.
3. Secure one end of the cord length at the top loop on one length of loop adjustment webbing with a square
knot. Working in alternating directions, lace the cord length running end through every third loop on the
loop adjustment webbing, ending at the bottom of one loop adjustment webbing length. Secure the cord
length running end to a bottom loop with a square knot and trim to 1/4 inch.
(g) Replacing a slide Interlocking fastener. A slide interlocking fastener (zipper) located on the vest front or
on a vest pocket which is defective in any manner shall be replaced with a serviceable item from stock using
the following procedures:
1. Remove the original slide interlocking fastener from the vest front or vest pocket as applicable, by cutting
the stitching which secures the fastener. Ensure the adjacent vest material is not damaged during the
cutting process.
2. Obtain a serviceable 15-inch-long, type IV, style 8, size MHS slide interlocking fastener for use as a
replacement item for the vest front closure. For a vest pocket, use a serviceable 10-inch-long, type 1,
style 7, size MS slide interlocking fastener as a replacement item.
3. Position the replacement fastener in the original fastener location and secure the fastener by stitching
according to original construction details and paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3.
(h) Replacing a thong. Replace a damaged thong on the vest front closure slide interlocking fastener (zipper)
by fabricating as follows:
1. Remove the original thong from the vest front closure slide interlocking fastener by cutting the thong
material.
2. Cut a 2-3/4-inch length of 5/16-inch-wide, type 1 nylon tape and sear the ends.
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3. Double the tape length. Pass the alined tape ends through the wire stirrup, pull on the slide interlocking
fastener and back through the loop formed by the fold in the tape length to make a slip loop. Draw the
slip loop tight. The thong finished length should measure 2-1/2 inches.
4. With the thong loose ends alined, secure the thong with a bartack located 1/8 inch back from the alined
thong ends. The bartack shall be made using original thong construction details and the specifics in table
2-3.
(i) Altering vest size. When required, the size of the SRU-21/P survival vest may be altered to permit the
vest to be worn in conjunction with front and rear body armor. Vest alteration procedures are as follows.
1. Place the vest on a repair surface with the outside of the back facing up.
2. Remove the inside center panel by cutting the panel material along each side, adjacent to the edges of
the loop adjustment webbing lengths (figure 2-24). Ensure the loop adjustment webbing and the loop tape
cord are not damaged during the cutting process.
3. Cut a 5-inch-wide vertical length of material from the removed inside panel for use in expanding the width
of the left vest flap.
4. Cut the left flap of the vest straight down the center and separate the cut material.
5. Insert the material cut in 3. above between the flap cut edges and connect the expansion panel side
edges to the cut edges of the original flap material with 1/2- inch-wide overlapping seams. Secure each
seam by making two rows of stitching 1/4 inch apart the full length of the seam. Stitching will be made in
accordance with paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3.
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Figure 2-24. Removing the SRU-21/P survival vest inside panel.
6. Cut two lengths of 1-inch-wide pile-fastener tape equal in length to the original pile-fastener tape on the
left flap. Secure the two lengths of tape to the flap, next to the original tape length, by stitching according
to original construction details and paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3.
(j) Altering vest to incorporate the ANIPRC-90 radio pocket. When required the SRU-21/P survival vest
may be altered to incorporate the AN/PRC-90 pocket. Vest alteration procedures are as follows:
1. Remove the first aid kit pocket and the one above it from the left front side of the vest. Remove the
vertical seams attaching the inside pocket and fold down. Use care while removing pockets, not to
damage vest body or pockets that will be rein- stalled.
2. Remove the antenna cover from the old radio pocket, the contents from the first aid kit and tourniquet
pockets may be installed in this pocket.
3. Position the new AN/PRC-90 radio pocket on the left side of the vest vertically, one inch from the zipper
closure and' one inch from the lower edge of the vest. Sew in place.
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4. Installation of the hunting knife and revolver holster is optional. If the vest is to be equipped with the
hunting knife and revolver, position the knife sheath perpendicular and adjacent to the new radio pocket.
Sew the top half in place and tack the bottom of the sheath in two places one turn double using waxed
nylon 6 thread, FED-V-T-295. The revolver holster may be positioned at an angle behind the hunting
knife sheath and sew in place.
NOTE
The SRU-21/P survival vest may be equipped with a holster, revolver. The survival
vest may be equipped with a .38 caliber revolver when issued by the local unit
commander. The holster shall be affixed, after being donned by the user, by
handtacking the holster to the vest at four points using two turns doubled, ticket No.
6 waxed nylon thread. Secure each tack with a surgeon's and locking knot and trim
tie end to 1/4 inch.
5. Resew the inside pocket in its original position. Stitching will be in accordance with paragraph 2-7, using
the specifics in table 2-3.
(4) Replacement. Replace an SRU-21/P survival vest with a serviceable item from stock as authorized by repair
parts, Appendix C.
b. Survival Components.
(1) Inspection. Inspect the survival components of the SRU-21/P survival vest using the procedures in table 21.
(2) Repair. Repair of the survival components shall only involve replacing a damaged distress marker(strobe
light) attaching line. Replace the line by fabrication using a 30-inch-length of 1/16-inch-wide, type 1A
coreless nylon cord with seared ends. Attach one end of the cut cord length to the marker unit according to
original attachment details and secure the running end of the cord length by bartacking the cord material in
the original location on the applicable vest stowage pocket. Bartacking shall be made according to original
attaching details, using the specifics in table 2-3.
(3) Replacement. Replace a damaged, defective, or missing, survival component of the SRU-21/P survival
vest with a serviceable item from stock as prescribed in paragraph 2-5 and in accordance with repair parts,
Appendix C. A tourniquet or first aid kit medical items which are unserviceable will be replaced.
(4) Repacking the first aid kit. Repack the first aid kit with serviceable medical items according to original
packing details. Affix a marked pressure-sensitive label to the kit container at a point adjacent to the opening
of the zip-loc bag.
c. Assembly of Vest Survival Components. Assemble and stow the survival components of the SRU-21/P
survival vest according to original vest assembly details, the vest assembly list, and the details shown in figure 225. The SDU-5/E distress marker light must be equipped with an ACR-FG1B flash guard and a suitable type dry
battery which is prescribed in repair parts, Appendix C.
(5) Repacklng Procedure. Stow tourniquet with a 8-10 inch Ioop.
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d. Radio Installment Modifications. In order to insert the PRC/90 radio into the SRU-21/P radio pocket, the
antenna must be positioned as shown in figure 2-26.
Figure 2-26. Radio with antenna stowed properly for SRU-21/P vest
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2-16. OV-1 AIRCRAFT SURVIVAL VEST
a. Vest. The OV-1 aircraft survival vest is similar to the SRU-21/P survival vest, except that size alteration is not
applicable to the OV-1 vest (comes in two sizes, small and large) and the OV-1 vest incorporates the LPU-10/P life
preserver.
(1) Inspection. Inspect the OV-1 aircraft vest flotation equipment according to procedures outlined in TM 5-4220202-14/T.0. 14S-1-102, Maintenance instruction with Parts Breakdown, USAF Flotation Equipment.
(2) Service. As required, service the survival vest by cleaning and drying as prescribed in paragraph 2-6.
(3) Repair. Use repair procedures applicable to SRU-21/P survival vest as outlined in paragraph 2-15.
(4) Replacement.
Appendix C.
Replace OV-1 survival vest with serviceable items from stock as authorized by repair parts
b. Survival Components. Refer to survival components for the OV-1 survival vest, in repair parts, Appendix C. The
SRU-31/P OV-1 Survival Vest Component, packets will be inspected to assure serviceability and completeness. If the
packets do not have an identification serial number assigned from manufacturer, assign a local number. Stencil in
1/2-inch letters across the top of each kit the date placed in service "DOI-MM/YY". On the medical packet attach a 2inch by 31/2 inch stick-on label to the front of the packet listings the following:
Lomotil
Aspirin
Eye Oint
Water Tabs
Exp-----------------Exp-----------------Exp-----------------Lot#-----------------
Lot#------------------Lot#------------------Lot#------------------Retest----------------
This label will aid in locating recalled items and items about to expire. Attach a file label over the opening flop to seal the
medical kit. The label should have the date plus first initial and last name of the individual who inspected the kit. On the
general purpose kit attach a label across the opening flap as with the medical kit to seal the kit.
c. Life Preserver. Inspect the life presever, I.A.W. TM 54220-202- 14/T.O. 14S-1-102, Maintenance Instructions with
Parts Breakdown, USAF Flotation Equipment. For alternate method of attaching LPU-10 flotation equipment to
the OV+ 1 survival vest, see figure 2-27a.
(1)
Place the completed webbing fabrication as shown in figure 2-27a 1/2 inch under the arm hole and parallel to the
arm hole finished binging tope and sew the four edges of the webbing in the best over lapping the start and ending
stitches.
(2) Attach the right hand LPU pocket to the webbing using the 15-1/2"nylon tie strop and looping it through the lower
pocket grommets and the vertical web straps on the webbing. When all the grommets and the vertical web straps
on the webbing. When all the grommets and loops have connected loop the nylon tie strap back to the connecting
end of the nylon strap and secure it. Cut off excess strapping.
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d. Survival Components.
(1) Inspection. Inspect the survival components using the procedures in table 2-1.
(2) Repair. Use SRU.21/P survival components repair procedures paragraph 2-15b.(2) and table 2-3.
(3) Replacement. Use repair parts, Appendix C for survival components replacement procedures.
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e. Assembly of Vest Survival Components. Assemble and stow the survival components using figure 2-27, and for
assembly of vest survival components procedures, paragraph 2-15.
Figure 2-27. OV-1 aircraft survival vest components assembly and stowage details
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Survival vest, small
Survival vest, large
Life preserver
Survival receiver-transmitter
Hook blade pocket knife
Fire starter, magnesium
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Fire starter, spark lite
Plastic ball whistle
Distress marker light
SRU 31/P Packets 1 or 2
Assembly instruction sheet
Signaling mirror
*Issued by Unit Commander
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*14.
15.
16.
17.
.38 caliber ball cartridges
.38 caliber tracer cartridges
Distress signal kit
.38 caliber special revolver
Sheathed knife
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Alternate method of attaching LPU-10 flotation equipment to the OV-1 survival vest, see figure 2-27a. Place the
completed webbing fabrication as shown in figure 2-27a 1/2 inch under the arm hole and parallel to the arm hole finished
binding tape and sew the four edges of the webbing in to the vest over lopping the start and ending stitches. Attach the
right hand LPU pocket to the webbing using the 15-1/2' ' nylon tie strop and looping it through the lower pocket grommets
and the vertical web straps on the webbing. When all the grommets and web loops have been connected loop the nylon
tie strop back to the connecting end of the nylon strap and secure it. Cut off excess strapping.
Figure 2-27a. Alternate method of attaching LPU-10 flotation equipment to the OV-1 survival vet.
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2-17. MODIFICATION OF RADIO POCKET
a. In order to insert the PRC/90 radio into the OV-1 survival vest, modify radio pocket flap as shown in figure 2-29.
b. Position radio antenna as shown in figure 2-30.
PACKET 1
PACKET 2
1. Instruction card
2. Soap
3. Surgical tape
4. Water receptacle
5. Insect repellent
6. Pain killer
7. Anti-diarrhea
8. 8and-Ad
9. Bacitracin (eye ointment)
10. Bandage (elastic)
11. water pure tablets
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Chiclets
Tinder
Compass (wrist)
Water bag (1 quart)
Signal panel
Mirror
Razor knife
8. Tweezer and pins
9. Mosquito headnat and mittens
10. Charms
11. Enerjets
12. Metal match
13. Flashguards (red and blue)
Figure 2-28. SRU-31/P Packet 1 and 2
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Figure 2-29. Radio pocket flap alterations for OV-1 vest
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Figure 2-30. Radio with antenna stowed properly in OV-1 vest
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2-18. OV-1 AIRCRAFT RIGID SEAT SURVIVAL KIT (RSSK)l
a. Container. Figure 2-31.
(1) Inspection. Inspect the container using the procedures in table 2-1.
(2) Service. As required, service the container as prescribed in table 2-1, Items 166-179.
(3) Replacement. The surviv6l kit or kit components which exceed the capability for being returned to a
serviceable condition will be replaced with a serviceable item from stock as authorized in the repair ports
listed in Appendix C.
Figure 2-31. OV-1 aircraft rigid seat survival kit with seat pad and thigh support pads
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(4) Folding and packing the RSSK 1 man life raft.
Figure 2-32. RSSK 1 man life raft folding details
A.
B.
C.
D.
Raft in proper layout.
First fold completed.
Second fold completed.
Third fold completed.
E. Fourth fold completed.
F. Fifth and sixth fold completed and ready for
insertion into container.
NOTE
All references to direction (left, right, upper, lower) are presented as viewed by the
packer facing the carbon dioxide cylinder side of the raft with the raft laying on the
packing surface.
NOTE
Prior to folding a raft, ensure all trapped air is removed from the raft flotation tube by
use of a vertical tank vacuum cleaner.
(a) Folding. Lay out the deflated raft on a clean packing table or other suitable surface with the raft top facing up
and the raft weather shield located to the packer's left (A, figure 2-32.) Ensure the weather shield is unrolled
and spread the shield over the top of the raft and smooth the shield out as flat as possible.
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(b) Beginning at the left edge of the raft inlet valve rubber patch, measure 13 inches to the right along the raft
side and using a piece of chalk, make a pronounced mark.
(c) Make the first fold of the raft by grasping the left end of the raft and extending the end over the top of the raft
to the right, aligning the crease of the fold with the left edge of the inlet valve rubber patch (B).
(d) Shorten 28 inches of the sea anchor retaining line by making 8-inch-long hanks. Secure each end of the
completed folds with a rubber band. In addition, spread the sea anchor out flat over the folded retaining line.
(e) At the 13-inch mark made in (b) above, complete the second fold of the raft by making a foldback in the
previously folded raft end and ensure the foldback crease is alined with the mark (C).
(f) To make the third fold of the raft, fold the right end of the raft over the first two raft folds to the left (D).
(g) The fourth fold of the raft is made by making a fold-under of the raft ends which extend beyond the outside
edge of the first raft fold (E). Ensure all edges of the raft are dressed.
(h) Complete the fifth fold of the raft by folding 12 inches of the raft upper end back toward the center of the
folded raft.
(i) Make the sixth fold to complete the raft folding by folding the previously folded upper end of the raft over to
the carbon dioxide bottle. Ensure all edges of the raft are dressed. The folded raft package should measure
12-inches-wide by 13-inches- long (F).
(5) Attaching retaining line to cylinder.
WARNING
GAS UNDER PRESSURE. Do not loosen or attempt to remove carbon dioxide
cylinder from valve assembly.
(a) Unscrew valve from raft. Do not remove cylinder from pocket or anti-chafing ring from inlet check valve.
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Figure 2-33. Attaching dropline around
neck of valve
Figure 2-34. Passing actuating line through
pull-cable loop
Note
When the raft Is completely packed and hooked up to cylinder in kit dropline, place
raft on top of kit component bag and retaining line on top of raft. To better manage
space, especially with the LRU-16/P and LRU. 17/P rafts, the raft must be pocked with
the bottle to the rear of the RSSK. The contents of the inner bag must be arranged so
as to leave a space in the rear where the inflation bottle will fit down Into. The Inner
bag tiedown straps must be left loose enough to allow the raft bottle to extend to the
bottom of the kit. The tiedown straps will still hold the inner kit contents bag in the
bottom of the RSSK upon kit depolyment and lid/bottom separation.
(b) Attach large loop of dropline around neck of valve at cylinder with a slip loop knot. Pull knot tight and tack
with two turns of waxed nylon - 6 cord single. Tie ends with a surgeon's knot followed by square knot (figure
2-33.)
(c) Attach loop of raft retaining line around neck of value at cylinder with a slip knot. Pull knot tight and tack with
two turns of waxed nylon - 6 cord single. Tie ends with a surgeon's knot followed by square knot (figure 234).
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Figure 2-34a. Raft Retaining Line (OV-1 RSSK)
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(d) Re-attach valve to raft and tighten l.A.W. TM 4220-202-14/T.O. 14S-1-102.
WARNING
Final dimension of valve actuating line is critical. Finished length shall not exceed
five inches.
(e) Coil retaining line attached to neck of carbon dioxide cylinder and stow in raft retaining line pocket, Navy
rafts Type LR-1 and PR-2. Close pocket closure tab and mate hook and pile tape patches. On the LRU-16/P
and LRU-17/P rafts the retaining line is stowed next to the inflator assembly when packing the raft in the
RSSK.
(f) When removing the overwater kit from service the inflation actuating lanyard with pull cable need not be
removed from the dropline. Instead proceed as follows:
1. Lower slide collar on the life raft inflation assembly.
2. Remove pull cable swaged ball end from inflation assembly .
3. Raise slide collar on inflation assembly.
4. Remove inflation bottle from raft.
5. Insert defuser plug in inflation head.
6. Fold valve actuating line with pull cable attached back against the small loop on the RSSK dropline.
Tape in place with 3 turns of tape, filament reinforced (NSN 7510-00-582-4772).
(g) When removing the overwater kit from service the inflation actuating lanyard with pull cable need not be
removed from the dropline. Instead proceed as follows:
1. Lower slide collar on the life raft inflation assembly.
2. Remove pull cable swaged ball end from inflation assembly .
3. Raise slide collar on inflation assembly.
4. Remove inflation bottle from raft.
5. Insert defuser plug in inflation head.
6. Fold valve actuating line with pull cable attached back against the small loop on the RSSK dropline.
Tape in place with 3 turns of tape, filament reinforced (NSN 7510-00-582-4772). Fold a 1/2-inch tab
on the tape end to ease later removal of the tape.
b. Equipment Bag.
(1) Inspection. Inspect the equipment bag (fig. 2-35) using the procedures in table 2-1.
(2) Service. As required, service the equipment bag by cleaning and drying the equipment bag as prescribed in
paragraph 2-6.
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(3) Repair.
(a) Restitching. Restitch broken or loose stitching on the equipment bag (figure 2-35) according to original
construction details, using the procedures in paragraph 2-7 and the specifics in table 2-3.
(b) Daming and patching. As applicable, darn or patch an equipment bag using the procedures in paragraph
2-7 and the specifics in table 2-3. Patching shall be performed using type cotton duck cloth.
(c) Replacing the slide interlocking fastener. A slide interlocking fastener (zipper) on the equipment bag
which is broken or hard to manipulate shall be replaced with a service- able zipper from stock using the
procedures outlined in paragraph 2-12 b (3) (c) and the specifics in table 2-3.
(4) Installing equipment bag In RSSK. When installing the frying pan in the equipment bag en- sure the angled
and (front) of the pan is opposite to the closed slide fasteners. If the slide fasteners are next to the angled end
they can interfere with closure of the kit lid.
(5) Replacement. Replace a damaged equipment bag which is beyond repair with a serviceable item from stock as
authorized in the applicable repair parts listed in Appendix C.
Figure 2-35. OV-1 aircraft RSSK, equipment bag, and drop line (Sheet 1 of 3)
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Figure 2-35. OV-1 aircraft RSSK, equipment bag, and drop line (Sheet 2 of 3)
Figure 2-35. OV-1 aircraft RSSK, equipment bag, and drop line (Sheet 3 of 3)
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c. Replace RSSK hardware and accessories as listed in Appendix C, Repair Parts List and Special Tools
List.
(1) Laced drop line assembly (figure 2-35). Limit repair to darning and stitch replacement in accordance with
paragraph 2-7. Use an 8-inch flat tip screwdriver, following the old folds, to restore a line that may be pulled
out of container loops. Replace with a new line assembly that is completely removed from its container.
CAUTION
Use care not to sew line to container when repairing line container.
(2) Tie down line assembly (figure 2-35). Limit repair to minor restitching in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
Replace as necessary, using supply catalog requirement.
(3) RSSK lug attachment (figure 2-36, sheet 2, views A, B, and C).
CAUTION
The left lug attachment assembly differs from the right lug attachment assembly. Use
care when replacing them.
Use an 8-inch flat tip screwdriver and a 1/2-inch open end wrench, or equivalent tools, to
replace the left or right Lug attachment assembly.
(4) RSSK footman bracket (figure 2-35). Use a 5/64 inch Allen wrench and a 3/8 inch open end wrench, or
equivalent tools, to replace the footman bracket.
(5) RSSK clip and dee (figure 2-35, attached to upper end of container and tie down straps, clip and dee
not visible). Use a 5/64 inch Allen wrench and a 3/8 inch open end wrench, or equivalent tools, to replace
clip and dee.
(6) Inspection cover, manual release (figure 2-36). Replace lid lock assembly inspection cover when cover
does not stick properly or lettering is obliterated and lid locks are not visible for inspection.
NOTE
Remove inspection cover for manual opening of kit. Insert a six inch blade, flat tip
screwdriver between lid locks and slide to the rear to open kit. This method of
opening is used only when quick release handles will not open kit (figure 2-36).
(7) Support assembly harness (figure 2-37). Use a .050 AIlen wrench or srnall flat tip screwdriver, or
equivalent tools, depending on type of screw used, to remove canopy release from harness assembly (figure
2-37, detail A). After screw has been removed, remove keeper sleeve on canopy release to remove support
assembly harness (figure 2-37, detail B).
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Figure 2-36. OV-1 aircraft rigid seat survival kit with harness assembly (Sheet 1 of 3)
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Figure 2-36. OV-1 aircraft rigid seat survival kit with harness assembly (Sheet 2 of 3)
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Figure 2-36. O V-1 aircraft rigid seat survival kit with harness assembly (Sheet 3 of 3)
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(8) Stiffener harness (figure 2-38, detail A). Use a small, 3-inch blade cross point screwdriver or 5/64 inch
Allen wrench, or equivalent tools, depending on type of screws, to remove stiffener harness. Use retaining
compound MIL-S-22473, grade E, when replacing screws.
(9) RSSK quick release handles and integrated parts (figures 2-37 and 2-38). Quick release handles must
be disassembled in order to replace left or right housing latch, support conduit, spacer housing, right or leftretainer conduit, left latch release (car) assembly, release latch handle assembly, right or left harness
assembly, right, left, or rear cable assembly, or cable clamp support. Proceed as follows to remove the
quick release handle:
(a)
Using the proper tools, remove the four bolts that secure the bracket (handle harness and cable are
attached to this bracket) to right side of the container lid (figure 2-37, detail C).
(b)
Using the proper tools, remove the right housing latch assembly. (Right housing latch has three cables
entering it.) (figure 2-38, details B and D).
(c)
Using the proper tools, remove latch spacer assembly and support conduits to expose the latch release
(car) assembly (figure 2-38, details B, C, and D).
(d)
Use a 1/16 inch punch, or equivalent, to drive the drift pin out far enough to allow removal of cable
(figure 2-38, detail D). Quick release handle assembly may be removed at this time.
(e)
Disassembly procedures for left quick release handle assembly is the same as right quick release
handle assembly, except that the left housing latch contains a spring (figure 2-38, details E and F).
(f)
Use the proper size open end wrench to remove nut in order to remove handle from quick release
handle assembly (figure 2-37, detail D).
(g)
In order to remove handle from quick release handle assembly, pull handle out to expose steel ball,
remove handle (figure 2-37, details E and F).
(h)
Using proper tools, remove cable clamps to replace remaining cables (figure 2-36 and figure 2-38,
details B, C, and D).
(10) Proceed as follows to assemble left and right quick release handle assemblies:
(a)
Prior to assembly, handles must be attached to cables and nut drawn tight (figure 2-37, details F, E, and
D).
(b)
Begin assembly with right housing latch assembly; left housing cable needs more slack.
(c)
Assemble cables in right latch release (car) and reset drift pin (figure 2-38, detail D).
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Figure 2-37. OV-1 aircraft RSSK canopy release and quick release handle
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Figure 2-38. 0V-1 aircraft RSSK stiffener and housing latch assembly
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(d) Replace support conduits and latch spacer assembly (figure 2-38, details D and B).
(e) Replace housing latch assembly. To prevent housing warp and binding of moving parts, alternately tighten
opposite screws until properly seated (figure 2-38, detail B).
(f) Replace left housing assembly using same procedures as for right housing assembly. The spring in left
housing assembly should allow enough slack for assembly.
(g) Using proper tools, replace retainer conduit and bracket (figure 2-37, detail C).
(h) Properly attach quick release handle assembly harness to canopy release harness (figure 2-36, Sheet 1).
(i) After RSSK container is properly reassembled, properly engage hinges and ensure that upper and lower
container mate properly. Use inspection window to check container locks for proper adjustment. Check
quick release handle assembly for proper operation (figure 2-36, Sheet 1).
NOTE
The folding and packing Instructions for the OV-1 aircraft RSSK Hot, Cold, and
Overwater survival kits are the same as the nonrigid seat survival kit. Refer to figure
2-30, 2-40, and 2-41 for components arrangement.
(j) Using proper tools, loosen both cable safety nuts to make adjustments to container locks (figure 2-35). Turn
cable adjuster away from safety nut to loosen container locks and turn cable adjuster toward safety nut to
tighten container locks. Lock cable adjuster by tightening safety nut.
(k) Replace fastener tape pile using standard shop practices.
(I) Replace cushion seat as necessary.
(m) Replace thigh support pads as necessary.
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Figure 2-39. Packing details for survival components of the OV- 1 aircraft RSSK hot climate survival
1. Drinking water storage bag
2. Operator's manual
(TM 55-8456-209-1 0)
3. Kit packing list
4. Tarpaulin
5. Insect headnet
6. Survival manual (AFM 64-5)
(FM 21-76)
7. Knife sharpener
8. Snare wire
9. Survival food packets
10. Wood matches
container
11. Kit case
12. Emergency drinking water
13. Compressed trioxane fuel
14. Signaling mirror
15. Frying pan
16. Sunburn preventive
preparation
17. MC-1 magnetic compass
18. Hand saw assembly
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19.
20.
21.
22.
Fishing tackle kit
Plastic spoon
Fire starter magnesium bar
Smoke and illumination
signal
23. Pocket knife
24. Fire starter, spark lite
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Figure 2-40. Packing details for survival components of the OV-1
aircraft RSSK cold climate survival kit
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
B.
9.
Packing list
Sleeping bog
Head insect net
Fire starter magnesium bar
Fishing tackle kit
Drinking water storage bog
Cooking pan
Operator’s manual
Smoke and illumination
signal
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
Parachute survival manual
Candle
Signaling mirror
Handsaw assembly
Plastic spoon
Equipment bag assembly
Compressed trioxane fuel
Knife sharpener
Snare wire
Survival manual
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20. MC-1 Magnetic composs
21. Pocket knife
22. Wood matches
container
23. Sunburn preventive
preparation
24. Survival food packets
25. Fire starter
spark lite
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Figure 2-41. Packing details for survival components of the OV-1 aircraft RSSK overwater survival kit
1. Packing list
2. Drinking water storage bag
3. Reversible sun hat
4. 1 man inflatable life raft
5. Laced dropline assembly
6. Cooking pan
7. MC-1 magnetic compass
8. Smoke and illumination signal
9. MK-2 saltwater distiller kit
10. Operator's Manual
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
Survival food packet
Pocket knife
Cellulose sponge
Fishing tackle kit
Signaling mirror
Sunburn prevention preparation
Emergency drinking water
Equipment bag assembly
Fluorescein sea marker
Wood matches-1 container
Knife sharpener
Survival Manual
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2-19. AIRCREW SURVIVAL ARMOR RECOVERY VEST, INSERT, AND PACKETS (SARVIP)
Figure 2-42. SARVIP
a.
Vest. (Figure 2-42).
(1)
Inspection. Inspection will be every 120 days in accordance with table 2-1. Each of the four survival
packets will have an inventory list of the components included in the packet. These sealed packets will be
exempt from opening for inspection. The packets are sealed in a plastic bag with the air evacuated. The
components within have been individually sealed in a plastic heat shrink material. Inspect for damaged or
open packets.
The medical packets will have a separate inventory list of medical components that have a potency
expiration date. This list will contain the nomenclature, manufacturer, date of manufacture, and date of
expiration.
(2)
Service.
(a)
Cloth items. Use warm soapy water for washing. Rinse with clear warm water in a container. Change
water until it remains clear. Dry by air drying on a hanger out of direct sunlight.
(b)
Metal items. Clean as prescribed in paragraph 2-6.
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(3)
(d)
Repair. The SARVIP will be repaired as follows:
(a)
Restitching. Restitch broken or loose stitching according to original construction details and
paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3.
(b)
Darning and patching. The vest body may be repaired by patching with cloth using the procedures in
paragraph 2-7 and specifics in table 2-3. Darning is not permitted on the vest body. The vest pockets
may be repaired by darning or patching, as applicable, using the procedures in paragraph 2-7 and
specifics in table 2-3. Patching will be performed using oxford fire-resistant fabric and thread.
(c)
Replacing edge binding. Replace damaged edge binding by fabricating as follows:
1
Remove the original edge binding length by cutting the stitching which secures the binding to the
vest. Ensure the vest material is not damaged during the cutting process.
2
Cut a length of 1-inch-wide tape (MIL-T-5038) equal to the length of the original binding material
and sear the ends.
3
Position the tape (MIL-T-5038) length in the original binding location, and secure the tape by
stitching according to the original construction details, using the specifics in table 2-3. Stitching
will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
Replacing fastener tape. Replace defective nylon hook-or pile-fastener tape on the vest or a vest pocket
by fabricating as follows:
1
Remove the original hook-or pile-fastener tape length by cutting the stitching which secures the tape to
the vest or pocket, as applicable. Ensure the adjacent vest or pocket material, as applicable, is not
damaged during the cutting process.
2
Cut a length of 3/4-inch-wide hook-or pile-fastener tape, as required, equal to the length of the original
fastener tape.
3
Position the replacement fastener tape length in the original fastener tape location and secure the tape
length by stitching according to original construction details and paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in
table 2-3.
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(e)
(f)
(g)
Replacing a slide interlocking fastener. A slide interlocking fastener (zipper) located on the vest
front or on a vest pocket which is defective in any manner shall be replaced with a serviceable item
from stock using the following procedures:
1
Remove the original slide interlocking fastener from the vest front or vest pocket, as applicable,
by cutting the stitching which secures the fastener. Ensure the adjacent vest material is not
damaged during the cutting process.
2
Obtain a serviceable 14 inch long, type IV, style 8, size MHS slide interlocking fastener for use
as a replacement item for the vest front closure.
3
Position the replacement fastener in the original fastener location and secure by stitching
according to original construction details and paragraph 2-7, using the specifics in table 2-3.
Replacing a thong. Replace a damaged thong on the vest front closure slide interlocking fastener
(zipper) by fabricating as follows:
1
Remove the original thong from the vest front closure slide interlocking fastener by cutting the
thong material.
2
Cut a 2-3/4 inch length of 5/16 inch wide, type I nylon tape and sear the ends.
3
Fold the tape lengthwise and align the ends.
4
Pass the tape folded end through the slide interlocking fastener. Pass the seared ends through
the loop formed by the folded end and pull tape tight. Align the thong loose ends and make an
overhand knot near the bottom of thong.
Harness webbing repair. Repair to rescue/lift harness webbing straps contained on the vest will not
be done. This will be cause to condemn the vest. The vest contents will be removed and transferred
to the replacement vest. The pockets and hardware will be removed from condemned vest and used
as spare items for future repairs. The condemned vest will be destroyed by cutting in half.
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(h)
b.
Replacing waist adjustment strap. Replace a damaged waist adjustment strap at the back of the
vest by fabricating as follows:
1
Remove the original waist adjustment strap length by cutting the stitching which secures the
strap to the vest. Ensure the adjacent vest material is not damaged during the cutting process.
2
Cut a length of 1 inch wide nylon webbing (MIL-W-4088) equal in length to the original waist
adjustment strap length and sear the ends.
3
Position the webbing length in the original waist adjustment strap location and secure the
webbing by stitching according to original construction details and paragraph 2-7, using the
specifics in table 2-3.
4
If old hook- or pile-fastener tape is serviceable, remove it from the defective adjustment strap
and attach it to the new webbing using procedures in paragraph 2-19a (3) (d). If hook-or pilefastener tape is unserviceable, replace with 1-1/2 inch wide, type I, class 1 hook-or pile-fastener
tape, as applicable, and attach to the waist adjustment strap following procedures in paragraph
2-19a (3) (d).
Survival Components.
(1)
Inspection. Inspect survival components of the SARVIP using the procedures in table 2-1.
(2)
Repair. Survival components will be repaired as follows:
(a)
Replace damaged or missing lanyards on the signaling mirror, lensatic compass, and distress marker
light by fabrication using MIL-C-5040 nylon cord with seared ends in lengths equal to length of
damaged lanyard.
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2-19. AIRCREW SURVIVAL ARMOR RECOVERY VEST, INSERT, AND PACKETS (SARVIP) Continued
(b)
(3)
c.
The basic and medical packet cases will be resealed in new sealed plastic bag prescribed in paragraph
2-19e.
Replacement. Replace damaged, defective or missing survival components of the SARVIP with serviceable
components from stock as prescribed in paragraph 2-5.
Distress marker light. Maintenance of the distress marker light is IAW TM 55-1680-322-12/T.O.14S10-2-2.
(1)
Battery. Screw battery cap out from bottom of distress marker and install new battery. Ensure that battery
and o-ring establish a tight seal when the cap is secured. The o-ring should be compressed approximately
20 percent of its thickness.
(2)
Attaching line. Replace the line by fabrication using a 30-inch length of MIL-C-5040 nylon cord with seared
ends. Attach one end of the cut cord length to the marker unit according to original attachment details and
secure the running end of the cord length by bartacking the cord material in the original location on the
applicable vest storage pocket. Bartacking shall be made according to original attaching details using the
specifics in table 2-3.
d.
Life Preserver LPU-10/P. Inspect and maintain the life preserver in accordance with TM 5-4220-202-14/T.O. 14S1-102, Maintenance Instructions with Parts Breakdown, USAF Flotation Equipment.
e.
Survival Packets. The basic and medical packets will be inspected every 120 days in accordance with table 2-1.
Each packet will have an inventory list of the components in the packet. These sealed packets are exempt from
opening for inspection. The packets are sealed in a sealed plastic bag with the air evacuated. The components
within the sealed plastic bag are individually sealed in a plastic material.
In addition to the regular inventory list, the medical packets will have a separate inventory list of medical
components that have a potency expiration. This list will contain the nomenclature, manufacturer, date of
manufacture, and expiration date. This packet may be opened to replace an expired item as follows:
(1)
Seal the new item in plastic material.
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f.
(2)
Place the sealed replacement item within the packet.
(3)
Using plastic bag, create a sleeve for the packet and evacuate air from the sleeve using a vacuum cleaner.
(4)
Using heat sealing irons, seal the ends of the plastic bag.
Assembly of SARVIP components. Assemble and stow the survival components of the SARVIP according to the
assembly list and figure 2-43.
(1)
Unscrew battery cap on radio set AN/PRC-90 and remove battery. Check date of manufacture stamped on
battery. The BA-1568/U battery has a maximum shelf life of 3 years in temperate climate. Discard batteries
more than 3 years old. Check for evidence of battery leakage or corrosion and condition of copper spring
contacts. Install a good battery, if required, and screw battery cap on fingertight. For AN/PRC-112, refer to
TM 11-5820-1037-13&P.
(2)
Ensure that the SDU-5/E distress marker light is equipped with an ACR-FG1B flashguard and a BA-1574/U
battery.
(3)
Visually inspect all SARVIP components for damage and substitute serviceable components.
serviceable components in the SARVIP pockets as designated in figure 2-43.
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CHAPTER 3
A.L.S.E. WORK, STORAGE AND FITTING AREAS
3.1. GENERAL
The life support equipment area consists of work, storage and fitting sections. Access to a classroom adjacent to or in
close proximity to the life support area is needed for lectures and instructions on the equipment being used.
The shop area should contain not less than 1,000 square feet of usable area that is environmentally controlled within a
range of 15.6ºC. (+60°F) to 23.8ºC. (+75ºF), have potable water source. Hot and cold water supply, and lavatory
facilities.
The area will be protected from pilferage, dampness, fire, dust, insects, rodents, direct sunlight and be free from
uncontrolled foot and vehicle traffic.
3.2. WORK AREA CRITERIA
The work area will have work bench surfaces free from rough or abrasive materials and splinter free tops. The area is to
be well lighted with accessible electrical outlets to all bench and desk areas. Cabinets with locks for securing test
equipment, tools, and supplies. Units that have oxygen equipment will have an area set aside for oxygen maintenance
that will have hot and cold running water, stainless steel sinks, and floors that are sealed and protected from spills. The
area will be restricted to only A.L.S.E. qualified personnel.
The floor of the work shop will be sealed and coated to prevent chemical spills penetrating the floor surface.
The work area will have hot and cold water for cleaning equipment as well as a wash area.
For units with flotation equipment support, there will be a low pressure, oil free air source and vacuum supply. A vacuum
machine to be used only for flotation equipment can be used for the vacuum source.
3-3. STORAGE AREA CRITERIA
The storage area will be well ventilated, out of direct sunlight and well lighted. Have storage shelves and cabinets that
provide security for the stored equipment. Be free from dust, moisture, fire, insects and rodents. The floor is to be
sealed and covered with a dust free flooring material. A refrigerator will be used to store batteries used in life support
equipment.
3-4. FITTING AREA CRITERIA
The fitting area will be well lighted and have enough space so personnel may be fitted with equipment being assigned to
them i.e., survival vests, flight clothing, flight helmets, parachute harnesses, etc.
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3-5. TEMPORARY STORAGE OF LIFE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
a. Survival kits to be in temporary storage will:
(1) Be inspected, repaired and if needed, cleaned.
(2) Have components replaced if necessary.
(3) Have matches, smoke and illumination flares removed and stored in accordance with post policy for units
operating within a military base or local policy for units not operating on a military base.
(4) Have kits tagged with annotations about items not in the kit.
(5) Be stored on shelves well ventilated and out of direct sunlight.
b. Survival vests to be put in temporary storage will:
(1) Be inspected, repaired and if needed cleaned.
(2) Have components replaced if necessary.
(3) Have signal kits, personal distress removed and stored in accordance with post policy if unit is operating from
a military base or local policy if unit is operating off a military base.
(4) Have survival radios removed from vest. Battery in radio will be removed and put in refrigerated storage.
(5) Have light marker removed from vest. Battery in light marker will be removed and put in refrigerated storage.
(6) Have vest tagged and items not in vest annotated on tag. Vest will be hung up on hanger for storage, out of
direct sunlight.
c.
Flotation equipment to be put in temporary storage will be stored in accordance with TM 55-4220-202-14/T.O.
14S-1-102, Section 2-7, storage and shipment.
d. Pyrotechnics will be stored in accordance with post policy if unit is operating from a military base or local policy, if
unit operates off a military base.
e
Oxygen equipment to be put in temporary storage in accordance with TM55-1660-245-131 T.O.
paragraph 2-47.
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APPENDIX A
REFERENCES
A-1. DICTIONARIES OF TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
AR 310-25
AR 310-50
AR 95-1
AR 95-3
Dictionary of United States Army Terms
Authorized Abbreviations and Brevity Codes
US Army Aviation General Provisions and Flight Regulations
Aviation: General Provisions, Training, Standardization,
and Resource Management
A-2. PUBLICATIONS INDEX
DA PAM 25-30
Consolidated Index of Army Publications and Blank Forms
A-3. LOGISTICS
DOD 4500.32-R (Vol. 1-2)
TM 38-230-1 and
TM 38-230-2
Deleted
TM 743-200-1
CTA (CTF) 8-100
AR-4061
Military Standard Transportation and Movement Procedures
(MIL-STAMP)
Preservation, Packaging, and Packing of Military Supplies and
Equipment (Vols 1 and 2)
Storage and Materials Handling
Army Medical Department Expendable/Durable Items
Medical Logistics Policies and Procedures
A-4. MAINTENANCE OF SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
AR 750-5
Operations
AR 750-32
TM 5-4220-202-14
FM 10-16
TM 10-3530-202-24
DA PAM 738-751
TB 9-1300-385
AR 702-18
SB 11-6
DOD MED CAT
FED LOG
43-0001-37
ARMY LOG
TM 11-5820-1049-12
TM 11-5820-800-13 &P
Organization, Policies, and Responsibilities for Maintenance
Air Delivery, Parachute Recovery, and Aircraft Personnel
Ejection Systems
Maintenance Instructions and Parts Breakdown-USAF
Flotation Equipment
General Repair of Canvas and Webbing
Sewing Machines for the Repair of Parachutes and Allied
Equipment
Functional Users Manual for the Army Maintenance
Management System Aviation (TAMMS-A)
Munitions restricted or suspended
Material Quality Control Standards App. M. Med. Supplies
Primary battery supply data / Management Data
Vol. I, Identification/management data
Vol. II, Sets, Kits and Outfits
Vol. III
Army Ammunition Data Sheets for Military Pyrotechnics
(Federal Supply Class 1370)
SB 700-20, AMDF
Radio Set PRC 90-2
Radio Set PRC 90
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A-5. DISPOSAL
AR 755-2
DOD Manual 4160.21-M
Disposal of Excess, Surplus, Foreign Excess, Captured and
Unwanted Material
Defense Disposal Manual
A-6. OPERATORS MANUALS
TM 55-1680-316-10
TM 55-1680-348-10
TM 55-1680-349-10
TM 55-1680-350-10
TM 55-1680-351-10
TM 55-1680-359-10
TM 11-5820-1037-13 &P
TM 55-1680-322-12
TB 750-244-1-2
TM 9-1370-206-10
Operators manual for rigid seal survival kit NSN
1680-00-223-5759 and survival vest NSN 1680-00-205-0974
and NSN 1680-00-187-5716 for OV-1 aircrews
Operators manual for survival kit cold climate, individual NSN
1680-00-973-1862
Operators manual for survival kit hot climate, individual NSN
1680-00-973-1861
Operators manual for survival kit overwater, individual NSN
1680-00-973-1863
Operators manual for vest survival kit, individual SRU-21/P
NSN
8465-00-177-4819 and 8465-01-174-2355
Operators manual for vest, inserts and packets, Aircrew
Survival Armor Recovery (SARVIP)
Radio Set PRC - 112
SDU SE Distress Marker Light
Procedures for the Destruction LIFE Support Equipment to
Prevent Enemy Use
Pyrotechnic Signals Operator's Manual
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APPENDIX B
MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
Section I. INTRODUCTION
B-1. GENERAL
a. This Maintenance Allocation Chart (MAC) assigns maintenance functions in accordance with the Three Levels of
Maintenance concept for army aircraft. These maintenance levels: Aviation Unit Maintenance (AVUM), Aviation
Intermediate Maintenance (AVIM), and Depot Maintenance, are depicted on the MAC as:
AVUM which corresponds to the O code in the Repair Parts and Special Tools List (RPSTL).
AVIM which corresponds to the F code in the Repair Parts and Special Tools List (RPSTL).
DEPOT which corresponds to the D code in the Repair Parts and Special Tools List (RPSTL).
b. The maintenance to be performed below depot and in the field is described as follows:
(1) Aviation Unit Maintenance (AVUM). AVUM activities will be staffed and equipped to perform high frequency
"On-Equipment" maintenance tasks required to retain or return equipment to a serviceable condition. The
maintenance capability of the AVUM will be governed by the MAC and limited by the amount and complexity
of support equipment facilities required, and number of spaces and critical skills available. The range and
quantity of authorized spare modules/components will be consistent with the mobility requirements dictated
by the air mobility concept. (Assignment of maintenance tasks to divisional company size aviation units will
consider the overall maintenance capability of the division, the requirement to con- serve personnel and
equipment resources, and air-mobility requirements).
(a) Company Size Aviation Units. Perform those tasks which consist primarily of preventive maintenance
and maintenance repair and replacement functions associated with sustaining a high level of equipment
operational readiness. Perform maintenance inspections and servicing to include daily, intermediate,
periodic and special inspections as authorized by the MAC or higher headquarters. Identify the cause of
equipment system malfunctions using applicable technical manual troubleshooting instructions, Built-InTest Equipment (BITE), installed instruments, or easy to use Test Measurement and Diagnostic
Equipment (TMDE). Replace worn or damaged modules/components which do not require complex
adjustments or system alignment and which can be removed/installed with available skills, tools and
equipment. Perform operational and continuity checks and make minor repairs. Perform servicing,
functional adjustments, and minor repair/replacement. Evacuate unserviceable modules/components
and end items beyond the repair capability of AVUM to. the supporting AVIM.
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(b)
Less than Company Size Aviation Units. Aviation elements organic to brigade, group, battalion
headquarters, and detachment size units are normally small and have less than ten aircraft assigned.
Maintenance tasks performed by the aircraft crew chief or assigned aircraft repairman will normally be
limited to preventive maintenance, inspections, servicing, spot painting, stop drilling, minor adjustments,
module/component fault diagnosis and replacement of selected modules/components. Repair functions
will normally be accomplished by the supporting AVIM unit.
(2) Aviation Intermediate Maintenance (AVIM). AVIM provides mobile, responsive "One Stop" maintenance
support. (Maintenance functions which are not conducive to sustaining air mobility will be assigned to depot
maintenance.) Performs all maintenance functions authorized to be done at AVUM. Repair of equipment for
return to user will emphasize support or operational readiness requirements. Authorized maintenance
includes replacement and repair of modules/components and end items which can be accomplished
efficiently with available skills, tools, and equipment. Establishes the Direct Exchange (DX) program for
AVUM units to be repairing selected items for return to stock when such repairs cannot be accomplished at
the AVUM level. Inspects, troubleshoots, tests, diagnoses, repairs, adjusts, calibrates, and aligns system
modules/components. Module component disassembly and repair will support the DX program and will
normally be limited to tasks requiring cleaning and the replacement of seals, fittings, and items of common
hardware. Unserviceable reparable modules/components and end items which are beyond the capability of
AVIM to repair will be evacuated to Depot Maintenance. This level will perform special inspections which
exceed AVUM capability. Provides quick response maintenance support, on-the-job training, and technical
assistance through the use of mobile maintenance contact teams. Maintains authorized operational
readiness float. Provides collections and classification services for serviceable/unserviceable material.
Operates a cannibalization activity in accordance with AR 750-50. (The aircraft maintenance company
within the maintenance battalion of a division will perform AVIM functions consistent with air mobility
requirement resources. Additional intermediate maintenance support will be provided by the supporting nondivisional AVIM unit.)
B-2. USE OF THE MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
a. The MAC assigns maintenance functions to the lowest level of maintenance based on past experience and the
following considerations:
(1) Skills available.
(2) Time required.
(3) Tools and test equipment required and/or available.
b. Only the lowest level of maintenance authorized to perform a maintenance function is indicated. If the lowest
level of maintenance cannot perform ail tasks of any single maintenance function (e.g. test, repair), then the
higher maintenance level(s) that can accomplish additional tasks will also be indicated.
c. A maintenance function assigned to a maintenance level will automatically be authorized to be performed at any
higher maintenance level.
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d. A maintenance function that cannot be performed at the assigned level of maintenance for any reason may be
evacuated to the next higher maintenance levels, which will per- form the maintenance functions of lower
maintenance levels when required or directed by the appropriate commander.
e. The assignment of a maintenance function will not be construed as authorization to carry the associated repair
parts in stock. Authority to requisition, stock, or otherwise secure necessary repair parts will be specified in the
Repair Parts and Special Tools List Appendix.
f. Normally there will be no deviation from the assigned level of maintenance. In cases of operational necessity,
maintenance functions assigned to a maintenance level, may on a one-time basis and at the request of the lower
maintenance level, be specifically authorized by the maintenance officer of the level of maintenance to which the
function is assign- ed. The special tools, equipment, etc. required by the lower level of maintenance to perform this function will be furnished by the maintenance level to which the function is assigned. This transfer of a
maintenance function to a lower maintenance level does not relieve the higher maintenance level of the
responsibility of the function. The higher level of maintenance has the authority to determine:
(1) If the lower level is capable of performing the work.
(2) If the lower level will require assistance or technical supervision and on-site inspection.
(3) If the authorization will be granted
g. Organizational through depot maintenance of the U.S. Army Electronics Command equipment be performed
by designated U.S. Army Electronics Command personnel.
h. Changes to the MAC will be based on continuing evaluation and analysis by responsible technical personnel and
on reports received from field activities.
B-3. DEFINITIONS I
a. Inspect. To determine serviceability of an item by comparing its physical, mechanical and electrical
characteristics with established standards.
b. Test. To verify serviceability and detect incipient failure by measuring the mechanical or electrical characteristics
of an item and comparing those characteristics with prescribed standards.
c. Service. To clean, to preserve, to charge, and to add fuel, lubricants, cooling agents and air.
d. Adjust. To rectify to the extent necessary to bring into proper operating range.
e. Aline. To adjust specified variable elements of an item to bring to optimum performance.
f. Calibrate. To determine the corrections to be made in the readings of instruments or test equipment used in
precise measurement. Consists of the comparison of two instruments, one of which is a certified standard of
known accuracy, to detect and adjust any discrepancy in the accuracy of the instrument or test equipment being
compared with the certified standard.
g. Install. To set up for use in an operational environment such as an emplacement, site or vehicle.
h. Replace. To replace unserviceable assemblies, subassemblies, or parts.
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i. Repair. To restore an item to serviceable condition through correction of a specific failure or unserviceable
condition. This includes, but is not limited to, inspection, cleaning, preserving, adjusting, replacing, welding,
riveting, and strengthening.
j. Overhaul. To restore an item to a completely serviceable condition as prescribed by maintenance serviceability
standards prepared and published for the specific item to be overhauled.
k. Rebuild. To restore an item to a standard as near as possible to the original or new condition in appearance,
performance, and life expectancy. This is accomplished through the maintenance technique of complete
disassembly of the item, inspection of all parts or components, repair or replacement of worn or unserviceable
elements (items) using original manufacturing tolerances and specifications, and subsequent reassembly of the
item.
B-4. FUNCTIONAL GROUPS
Standard functional groupings are not considered feasible for aviation life support equipment due to variation and
complexity. Therefore, variations to functional groupings may occur.
B-5. MAINTENANCE CATEGORIES AND WORK TIMES
The maintenance categories (levels) AVUM, AVIM, and DEPOT are listed on the Maintenance Allocation Chart with
individual columns that indicate the work times for maintenance functions at each maintenance level. Work time
presentations such as 0.1 indicate the average time it requires a maintenance level to perform a specified maintenance
function. If a work time has not been established, the columnar presentation shall indicate "-.-". Maintenance levels
higher than the level of maintenance indicated are authorized to perform the indicated function.
B-6. TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT (Section III)
Common tool sets (not individual tools), special tools, test and support equipment required to perform maintenance
functions are listed alphabetically with a reference number to permit cross-referencing to Column 5 in the MAC. In
addition, the maintenance category authorized to use the device is listed along with the item National Stock Number
(NSN) and, if applicable, the tool number to aid in identifying the tool device.
B-7. REMARKS (Section IV)
Remarks contained in Column 6, with an alphabetical code, are listed to provide a ready reference to the definition of the
remark.
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(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
GROUP
NUMBER
COMPONENT
ASSEMBLY
MAINTENANCE
FUNCTION
MAINTENANCE CATEGORY
AVUM
AVIM
DEPOT
(5)
TOOLS
AND
EQUIPMENT
(6)
REMARKS
00
Army Aircraft Survival
Kits
01
Individual Hot Climate
Survival Kit
Replace
0.1
Outer Case
Inspect
Service
Replace
Repair
0.3
0.2
0.4
1.0
Pocket Grommet
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.2
Pocket Tie Tape
Replace
0.2
Fabricate
Carrying Handle
Replace
0.3
Fabricate
Inner Case
Inspect
Service
Install
Replace
Repair
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.4
1.1
Attaching Strap
Replace
0.3
Fabricate
Connecting Strap
Replace
0.3
Fabricate
Connecting Strap
Reinforcement
Replace
0.2
Fabricate
Survival Components
Inspect
Test
Install
Replace
Repair
2.7
0.1
0.5
0.1
0.3
Tarpaulin
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.2
First Aid Kit Case
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.1
0101
0102
0103
B-5
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(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
GROUP
NUMBER
COMPONENT
ASSEMBLY
MAINTENANCE
FUNCTION
MAINTENANCE CATEGORY
02
0201
0202
0203
03
AVUM
AVIM
DEPOT
(5)
TOOLS
AND
EQUIPMENT
(6)
REMARKS
Tool Kit Carrier
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.2
individual Cold Climate
Survival Kit
Replace
0.1
Outer Case
Inspect
Service
Replace
Repair
0.3
0.2
0.4
1.0
Pocket Grommet
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.2
Pocket Tie Tape
Replace
0.2
Fabricate
Carrying Handle
Replace
0.3
Fabricate
Inner Case
Inspect
Service
Install
Replace
Repair
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.4
0.9
Attaching Strap
Replace
0.3
Fabricate
Connecting Strap
Replace
0.3
Fabricate
Connecting Strap
Reinforcement
Replace
0.2
Fabricate
Survival Components
Inspect
Install
Replace
Repair
2.3
0.5
0.1
0.1
First Aid Kit Case
Replace
Repair
0.1
Replace
0.1
Individual Overwater
Survival Kit
0.1
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(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
GROUP
NUMBER
COMPONENT
ASSEMBLY
MAINTENANCE
FUNCTION
MAINTENANCE CATEGORY
0301
0302
0303
AVUM
AVIM
DEPOT
(5)
TOOLS
AND
EQUIPMENT
(6)
REMARKS
Outer Case
Inspect
Service
Replace
Repair
0.3
0.2
0.4
1.3
Pocket Grommet
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.2
Pocket Tie Tape
Replace
0.2
Fabricate
Carrying Handle
Replace
0.3
Fabricate
Connector Loop
Replace
0.2
Fabricate
Snap Fastener
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.1
Thong
Replace
0.1
Snap Fastener
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.1
Chape
Replace
0.1
Inner Case
Inspect
Service
Install
Replace
Repair
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.4
1.3
Attaching Strap
Replace
0.3
Fabricate
Connecting Strap
Replace
0.3
Fabricate
Connecting Strap
Reinforcement
Replace
0.2
Fabricate
Connector Web
Inspect
Install
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.1
B-7
Fabricate
Fabricate
Fabricate
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(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
GROUP
NUMBER
COMPONENT
ASSEMBLY
MAINTENANCE
FUNCTION
MAINTENANCE CATEGORY
0304
0305
0306
04
0401
AVUM
AVIM
DEPOT
(5)
TOOLS
AND
EQUIPMENT
(6)
REMARKS
1 Man Life Raft
Assembly
Inspect
Test
Service
Install
Replace
Repair
0.7
2.0
0.5
0.5
2.6
2.5
Sea Anchor Attaching
Line
Replace
0.1
Life Raft Inflation
Assembly
Inspect
Test
Service
Install
Replace
0.3
0.5
0.5
0.2
0.2
Survival Components
Inspect
Install
Replace
Repair
2.6
0.5
0.1
0.1
First Aid Kit Case
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.1
SRU-21/PSurvival Vest
Replace
0.1
Vest
Inspect
Service
Replace
Repair
0.3
0.3
0.1
1.8
Edge Binding
Repair
0.2
Fabricate
Expansion Panel
Repair
0.2
Fabricate
Fastener Tape
Replace
Repair
0.3
0.2
Loop Adjustment
Replace
Webbing
0.3
Fabricate
Loop Tape Cord
Replace
0.1
Fabricate
B-8
Leak Test
Fabricate
Leak Test
Recharge
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(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
GROUP
NUMBER
COMPONENT
ASSEMBLY
MAINTENANCE
FUNCTION
MAINTENANCE CATEGORY
AVUM
AVIM
DEPOT
(5)
TOOLS
AND
EQUIPMENT
(6)
REMARKS
Seam Binding
Replace
0.2
Snap Fastener
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.1
Thong
Replace
0.2
Fabricate
Receiver-Transmitter
Antenna Cover
Replace
0.2
Fabricate
0402
Survival Components
(Except Survival
Receiver-Transmitter
and Distress Marker
Light)
Inspect
Install
Replace
Repair
1.4
0.5
0.1
0.1
0403
SDU-5/E Distress
Marker Light
Inspect
Test
Install
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0404
Transceiver Survival Radio
Inspect
Test
Install
Replace
Replace
.01
.30
.01
.01
0.1
Distress Marker
Attaching Line
05
OV-1 Aircraft Rigid Seat
Survival Kit
0501
Rigid Seat Survival Kit
Inspect
Service
Aline
Install
Replace
Repair
0.5
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.1
2.0
0502
Drop Line Assembly
Laced
Replace
Repair
0.2
O.1
0503
Container Drop Line
Repair
0.2
0504
Tie Down Strap
Assembly
Replace
Repair
0.2
0.1
Change 1
B-9
Fabricate
Fabricate
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Section II. MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
GROUP
NUMBER
COMPONENT
ASSEMBLY
MAINTENANCE
FUNCTION
MAINTENANCE CATEGORY
AVUM
0505
Bag, Equipment
Replace
Repair
0.3
0.1
0506
Strap, Bag, Equipment
Replace
Repair
0.2
0.1
0507
Snap, Bag, Equipment
Fastener
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.1
0508
Container Assembly
Install
Replace
Repair
0.2
0.2
0.2
0509
Lug Attachment, Right
and Left Hand
Replace
0.3
0510
Spring, Torsion, Right
and Left for Lug Attachment
Replace
0.3
0511
Footman Bracket
Replace
0.2
0512
Clip and Dee
Replace
0.2
0513
Lid Assembly
Aline
Install
Replace
Repair
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.3
0514
Inspection Cover
Manual Release
Inspect
Replace
0.1
0.1
0515
Latch Release, Right
Hand
Replace
1.0
0516
Housing Latch, Right
Hand
Replace
1.0
0517
Support Conduit
Replace
1.0
0518
Spacer Housing
Replace
1.0
B-10
AVIM
DEPOT
(5)
TOOLS
AND
EQUIPMENT
(6)
REMARKS
Fabricate
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Section II. MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
GROUP
NUMBER
COMPONENT
ASSEMBLY
MAINTENANCE
FUNCTION
MAINTENANCE CATEGORY
AVUM
0519
Spacer Mount Conduit
Replace
1.0
0520
Retainer, Conduit, Right
and Left Hand
Replace
0.2
0521
Latch Assembly, Left
Hand
Replace
1.0
0522
Handle Assembly
Release Latch
Replace
1.0
0523
Harness Assembly,
Right and Left
Replace
1.0
0524
Support Assembly
Harness
Replace
0.2
0525
Stiffener Harness
Replace
0.2
0526
Release, Canopy
Replace
0.2
0527
Cable Assembly, Right
and Left
Replace
1.0
0528
Cable Assembly, Rear
Replace
1.0
0529
Clamp Support
Replace
0.2
0530
Fastener Tape Pile
Repair
Replace
0.2
0.1
OV-1 Aircraft Rigid
Seat Survival Kit,
Overwater Components
Inspect
Install
Replace
Repair
2.6
0.5
0.1
0.1
1 Man Life Raft
Assembly
Inspect
Test
Service
Install
Replace
Repair
0.7
2.0
0.5
0.5
2.6
2.5
06
0601
B-11
AVIM
DEPOT
(5)
TOOLS
AND
EQUIPMENT
(6)
REMARKS
Leak Test
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Section II. MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
GROUP
NUMBER
COMPONENT
ASSEMBLY
MAINTENANCE
FUNCTION
MAINTENANCE CATEGORY
AVUM
0602
Sea Anchor Attaching
Line
Replace
0.1
0603
Life Raft Inflation
Assembly
Service
Install
Replace
Inspect
Test
0.3
0.5
0.5
0.2
0.2
OV-1 Aircraft Rigid
Seat Survival Kit, Hot
Climate Components
Inspect
Install
Replace
Repair
2.4
0.5
0.1
0.3
Tarpaulin
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.2
OV-1 Aircraft Rigid
Seat Survival Kit, Cold
Climate Components
Inspect
Install
Replace
2.3
0.5
0.1
0801
Fastener Tape Hook
Inspect
Repair
0.1
0.1
0802
Fastener Tape
Repair
0.2
0803
Strap Assembly
Repair
0.2
0804
Snap Fastener
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.1
0805
Hardware Cover
Assembly
Replace
Repair
0.5
0.1
09
OV-1 Aircraft
Survival Vest
Inspect
Service
Replace
Repair
0.3
0.3
0.1
1.8
0901
Edge Binding
Repair
0.2
0902
Fastener Tape
Replace
Repair
0.3
0.2
07
0701
08
B-12
AVIM
DEPOT
(5)
TOOLS
AND
EQUIPMENT
(6)
REMARKS
Fabricate
Leak Test
Recharge
Fabricate
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MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
(1)
(2)
GROUP
NUMBER
COMPONENT/
ASSEMBLY
(3)
(4)
MAINTENANCE CATEGORY
MAINTENANCE
FUNCTION
AVUM
AVIM
DEPOT
(5)
(6)
TOOLS AND
EQUIPMENT
REMARKS
0903
Loop Adjusting
Webbing
Replace
0.3
Fabricate
0904
Loop Tape Cord
Replace
0.1
Fabricate
0905
Seam Binding
Replace
0.2
Fabricate
0906
Snap Fastener
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.1
0907
Thong
Replace
0.2
Fabricate
0908
Keepers, Elastic
Replace
Repair
0.5
0.2
Fabricate
0909
Strap, Elastic
Replace
Repair
0.5
0.2
Fabricate
0910
Lace Cord
Replace
0.3
Fabricate
0911
Tie Cord
Replace
0.2
Fabricate
0912
Strap Assembly Vest
Install
Replace
0.2
0.2
0913
Holster Assembly
Inspect
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.1
0.2
0914
Snap Fastener
Replace
0.1
0915
Attachment Cord
Replace
0.1
0916
Life Preserver
LPU-1OIP
Inspect
Test
Service
Install
Replace
Repair
0.1
0.5
0.3
0.3
0.1
0.5
0917
Cases LPU-10/IP
Repair
0.1
0918
Cord, Nylon
Replace
0.1
B-13
Fabricate
Fabricate
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Section II. MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
(1)
(2)
GROUP
NUMBER
COMPONENT/
ASSEMBLY
0919
Snap Fastener
0920
Cylinders, Carbon
Dioxide
0921
0922
0923
10
Survival Components
(Except Receiver
Transmitter and Distress Marker Light)
SDU-5E Distress
Marker Light
Distress Marker
Attaching Line
SARVIP
1001
Vest
1002
Edge Binding
1003
Fastener Tape
1004
Waist Adjustment
Webbing
Thong
Ballistic Insert
Assembly
1005
1006
(3)
MAINTENANCE
FUNCTION
(4)
MAINTENANCE CATEGORY
AVUM
Replace
Repair
Inspect
Test
Replace
Inspect
Install
Replace
Repair
Inspect
Test
Install
Replace
Replace
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
1.4
0.5
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
Inspect
Replace
Repair
Inspect
Replace
Repair
Replace
Repair
Replace
Repair
Replace
Repair
Replace
Insert
Replace
0.3
0.1
Change 8 B-14
AVIM
DEPOT
(5)
(6)
TOOLS AND
EQUIPMENT
REMARKS
Weight
Check
Fabricate
0.6
0.3
0.1
0.8
0.5
0.2
0.5
0.2
0.5
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.1
Fabricate
Fabricate
Fabricate
Fabricate
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Section II. MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART-Continued
MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
(1)
(2)
GROUP
NUMBER
COMPONENT/
ASSEMBLY
Harness
Insert Release Strap
Insert Carrier
1007
1008
1009
Survival Components
(Except Receiver
Transmitter and
Distress Marker Light)
SDU-5E Distress
Marker Light
Life Preserver LPU-10P
(3)
MAINTENANCE
FUNCTION
Replace
Replace
Replace
Repair
Inspect
Install
Replace
Repair
Inspect
Test
Install
Replace
Inspect
Test
Service
Install
Replace
Repair
(4)
MAINTENANCE CATEGORY
AVUM
AVIM
0.6
DEPOT
(5)
(6)
TOOLS AND
EQUIPMENT
REMARKS
Fabricate
0.4
0.1
0.5
1.4
0.5
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.5
0.3
0.3
0.1
0.5
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APPENDIX C
REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST
Page
Section I.
Section II.
Section III.
Section IV.
INTRODUCTION. ............................................................................................................
REPAIR PARTS ..............................................................................................................
TOOL AND TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ........................................................
NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER INDEX ...............................
C-1
C-6
C-28
C-29
Section I. INTRODUCTION
C-1. SCOPE
This appendix lists repair parts required for operation and performance of Aviation Unit and Aviation Intermediate
Maintenance of the Aircraft individual Survival Kits.
C-2. GENERAL
This Repair Parts and Special Tools List is divided into the following sections:
a. Section II. Repair Parts List. A list of repair parts authorized for use in the performance of maintenance. Parts
are listed in figure and item number sequence. Bulk materials are listed in alphabetical sequence by item name
and description data.
b. Section Ill. Tool and Test Equipment Requirements.
c. Section IV. National Stock Number and Part Number Index. A list, in ascending numerical sequence, of all
National stock numbers appearing in the listings, followed by a list, in alphanumeric sequence, of all part
numbers appearing in the listings. National stock numbers and part numbers are cross- referenced to each
illustration figure and item number appearance.
C.3. EXPLANATION OF COLUMNS
The following provides an explanation of columns found in the tabular listings:
a. Illustration. This column is divided as follows:
(1) Figure Number. Indicates the figure number of the illustration in which the item is shown.
(2) Item Number. The number used to identify each item called out in the illustration.
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b. Source, Maintenance and Recoverability Codes (SMR).
(1) Source Code. Source codes are assigned to support items to indicate the manner of acquiring support items
for maintenance, repair or overhaul of end items. Source codes are entered in the first and second positions of
the Uniform SMR Code format as follows:
Code
Definition
PA
PB
---
PC
--
MF
XB
AD
XA
-----
Item procured and stocked for anticipated or known usage.
Item procured and stocked for insurance purpose because essentially dictates that a
minimum quantity be available in the supply systems.
Item procured and stocked and which otherwise would be coded PA except that it is
deteriorate in nature.
Item to be manufactured or fabricated at the direct support maintenance level.
Item is not procured or stocked. If not available through salvage, requisition.
Item to be assembled at depot maintenance level.
Item is not procured or stocked because the requirements for the item will result in
replacement of the next higher assembly.
NOTE
Cannibalization or salvage may be used as a source of supply for any items source
coded above except aircraft support items as restricted by AR 700- 42.
(2) Maintenance Code. Maintenance codes are assigned to indicate the levels of maintenance authorized to USE
and REPAIR support items. The maintenance codes are entered in the third and fourth positions of the
Uniform SMR Code format as follows:
(a) The maintenance code entered in the third position will indicate the lowest maintenance level authorized to
remove, replace and use the support item. The maintenance code entered in the third position will indicate
the following level of maintenance:
Code
Application/Explanation
O
--
Support item is removed, replaced, used at the organizational level.
F
--
Support item is removed, replaced, used at the direct support level.
D
--
Support item that are removed, replaced, used at the depot level only.
(b) The maintenance code entered in the fourth position indicates whether the item is to be repaired and ideentifies the lowest maintenance level with the capability to perform complete repair (i.e., all authorized
maintenance functions). This position will contain one of the following maintenance codes:
Code
Application/Explanation
O
--
Lowest maintenance level capable of complete repair of the support item.
F
--
D
--
The lowest maintenance level capable of complete repair of the support item is
the direct support level.
Lowest level maintenance capable of complete repair of the support item.
Z
--
Nonreparable. No repair is authorized.
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(3) Recoverability Code. Recoverability codes are assigned to support items to indicate the disposition action on
unserviceable items. The recoverability code is entered in the fifth position of the Uniform SMR Code format
as follows:
Code
Definition
Z
--
Nonreparable item. When unserviceable, condemn and dispose at the level indicated in
position 3.
F
--
Reparable item. When uneconomically reparable, condemn and dispose at the direct
support level.
O
--
Reparable item. When uneconomically reparable, condemn and dispose at
organizational level.
D
--
Reparable item. When beyond lower level repair capability, return to depot.
Condemnation and disposal not authorized below depot level.
c.
National Stock Number.
requisitioning purposes.
Indicates the National stock number assigned to the item and will be used for
d. Part Number. Indicates the primary number used by the manufacturer (individual, company, firm, corporation, or
Government activity), which controls the design and characteristics of the item by means of its engineering
drawings, specifications standards and inspection requirements, to identify an item or range of items.
NOTE
When a stock numbered item is requisitioned, the repair part received may have a
different part number than the part being replaced.
e. Federal Supply Code for Manufacturer (FSCM). The FSCM is a 5-digit numeric code listed in SB 708-42 which is
used to identify the manufacturer, distributor, or Government agency, etc.
f. Description. Indicates the Federal item name and, if required, a minimum description to identify the item.
g. Unit of Measure (U/M). Indicates the standard of the basic quantity of the listed item as used in performing the
actual maintenance function. This measure is expressed by a two-character alphabetical abbreviation (e.g., ea.,
in., pr, etc.). When the unit of measure differs from the unit of issue, the lowest unit of issue that will satisfy the
required units of measure will be requisitioned.
h. Quantity Incorporated in Unit. Indicates the quantity of the item used in the breakout shown on the illustration
figure, which is prepared for a functional group, subfunctional group, or an assembly. A "V" appearing in this
column in lieu of a quantity indicates that no specific quantity is applicable (e.g., shims, spacers, etc.).
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C-4. SPECIAL INFORMATION
a. Usable on codes are shown in the description column. Uncoded items are applicable to all models. Identification
of the usable on codes used in the publication are:
Code
Used On
A
Survival Kit, individual - Hot Climate PIN 11-1-168 NSN 1680-00-973-1861
B
Survival Kit, Individual - Cold Climate PIN 11-1-170 NSN 1680-00-973-1862
C
Survival Kit, Individual - Overwater PIN 11-1-172 NSN 1680-00-973-1863
D
Rigid Seat Survival Kit (RSSK) Hot Climate PIN 11-1-1961 NSN 1680-00-148-9234
E
Rigid Seat Survival Kit (RSSK) Cold Climate P/N 11-1-1960 NSN 1680-00-148-9233
F
Rigid Seat Survival Kit (RSSK) Overwater PIN 11-1-1962 NSN 1680-00-140-3540
G
Survival Kit, individual - Vest Type, SRU-211P PIN 11-1-1783 NSN 8465-00-177-4819
H
Survival Kit, Individual OV-1 Vest Type, Small, P/N 11-1-468-1
NSN 1680-00-187-5716
J
Survival Kit, Individual OV-1 Vest Type, Large, P/N 11-1-468-2
NSN 1680-00-2050474
K
Survival Kit, Individual - Rigid Seat (See Figures C-9 and C-10 for P/N's and NSN's).
b. Detailed manufacturing instructions for items source coded to be manufactured or fabricated are found in the
narrative portion of this publication. Bulk materials required to manufacture items are listed in the Bulk Material
Group of the appendix.
C-5. HOW TO LOCATE REPAIR PARTS
a. When National Stock Number or Part Number is Unknown:
(1) First. Find the illustration covering the assembly to which the repair part belongs.
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(2) Second. Identify the repair part on the illustration and note the illustration figure and item number of the
repair part.
(3) Third. Using the Repair Parts Listing, find the figure and item number noted on the illustration.
b. When National Stock Number or Part Number is Known:
(1) First. Using the Index of National Stock Numbers and Part Numbers, find the pertinent National stock number
or part number. This index is in ascending NSN sequence followed by a list of part numbers in ascending
alphanumeric sequence, cross-referenced to the illustration figure number and item number.
(2) Second. After finding the figure and item number, locate the figure and item number in the repair parts list.
C-6. ABBREVIATIONS
(Not Applicable)
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SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS
Figure C-1. Survival Kit, Individual, Hot Climate
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(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
FSCM
PART
NUMBER
11-1-168
11-1-190-1
11-1-192
MIL-W-15117
(6)
(7)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
(b)
FIG ITEM SMR
NO. NO. CODE
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
C-1
C-1
C-1
C-1
1
2
3
ADOOO
PAOCO
PAOCO
PAOZZ
1680-00-973-1861
1680-00-082-2513
1680-00-082-2514
8960-00-916-4201
81337
81337
81337
81337
C-1
3
PAOZZ
8960-01-124-4543
81349
C-1
4
PAOZZ
1680-01-233-0061
1 HPU
C-1
5
PAOZZ
8465-00-254-8803
81349
C-1
6
PAOZZ
1370-00-309-5028
1001
C-1
C-1
C-1
7
8
9
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
5110-00-162-2205
8350-00-261-9772
8465-00-485-3034
61343
51343
81348
C-1
C-1
10
PAOZZ 6545-01-094-8412
PACOO 6510-01-094-6142
C-1
PAOZZ
6545-01-094-6136
C-1
PAOZZ
6510-00-201-1755
C-1
PAOZZ
6530-00-042-8421
C-1
PAOZZ
6510-00-159-4883
C-1
C-1
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
6510-00-913-7909
6510-00-200-3180
C1
C-1
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
65450-84S3309
6505-00-183-9419
04542
C-1
C-1
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
6508-01-285-0079
6505-00-914-3593
04516
05181
C-1
PAOZZ
6850-00-985-7166
81349
81348
C-1
11
PAOZZ
6505-01-121-2355
13811
C-1
C-1
12
13
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
7340-00-170-8374
8973-00-082-5665
81349
C-1
C-1
C-1
14
15
16
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
9110-00-263-9865
4220-00-244-0764
6605-00-515-5637
81349
81349
61349
C-1
C-1
C-1
17
18
19
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
9525-00-596-3498
7330-00-082-2398
9920-01-154-7199
81348
81337
81349
C-1
20
FAOOO 8415-00-935-3130
81349
C-1
21
PAOOO 8415-00-270-0229
C-1
22
PAOZZ
8465-00-973-4807
81337
C-1
C-1
23
24
XAOZZ
PACOO 8340-00-485-3012
81337
81349
C-1
25
XAOZZ
C-1
26
PAOOO
C-1
C-1
27
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
1670-00-371-2243
7210-00-935-6667
96906
C-1
PAOZZ
5345-01-214-1050
62444
C-1
PAOZZ
5110-00-570-6896
81349
C-1
PAOZZ
1680-01-160-5618
62561
C-1
PAOZZ
8465-00-300-2138
98752
USABLE ON CODE
(8)
QTY
INC
IN
U/M UNIT
SURVIVAL KIT. INDIVIDUAL. HOT CLIMATE.......................................................... A EA
.CASE. OUTER ......................................................................................................... A EA
..CASE. INNER ................................................................................................... A B C EA
...WATER, DRINKING. CANNED 10 OZ .........................................................A C D F CN
(6 CAN INNER & OUTER CASE)
MIL-W-44126
...WATER DRINKING PACKET. 125ML ........................................................... A C DF EA
(12 EA INNER A OUTER CASE)
SL3
...FIRE STARTER. AVIATION SURVIVAL... . .......................................... ABC D E F
EA
SPARKLITE
MIL-W-1053
...WHSTLE.BALL. PLASTIC.O.D . ............................................................ ABCDEFG EA
W/LANYARD
LD165580
...SMOKE AND ILLUMINATION, MARINE. .............................................. A B C D E F EA
MOD 0 MK13L275
MIL-K1860
...KNIFE. POCKET ...................................................................................................... . EA
MIL-M-15371
..MIRROR. EMERGENCEY SIGNALING . ............................................... . ABC D E F EA
MIL-B-8571
...BAG. DRINKING WATER STORAGE, ................................................... A B CD E F EA
PLASTIC. 10 PT CAP
NO REF
...FIRST AID KIT. INDIVIDUAL .......................................................................... . ABC EA
...CASE, MEDICAL INSTRUMENT AND ............................................................... ABC EA
SUPPLY SET, NYLON
...INSERT FIRST AID KIT CASE: PLASTIC ..................................................... . A B C EA
O.D W/ATTACHED COVER
...BANDAGE. MUSLIN. COMPRESSED.. ...................................................... . A B C EA
O D. 37 BY 37 BY 52 IN TRIANGLE
...BOTTLE, SAFETY CAP LIGHT RESISTANT. ............................................ . A B C EA
TABLET AND CAPSULE ROUND 7 DRAM 200S
...DRESSING FIRSTAID. FIELD. ........................................................................ ABC EA
CAMOUFLAGED. 4 IN W. 7 IN LG
DDDB0035
...BANDAGE. ADHESIVE 3/4 IN. W 3 IN LG .................................................. . A B C EA
...BANDAGE GUAZE: COMPRESSED. CAMOUFLAGED. ............................... ABC EA
2 INW. 6YD LG
...FIRST AID KIT. EYE DRESSING ................................................................... A B C EA
NDCO0085-0066-03 ..SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM OPTHALMIC ..................................................... A B C TU
OINTMENT, USP
SUN BLOCK 15 ....LIPSTICK. ANTICHAP ................................................................................. . A B C PG
NDC00034-2340-01 ...POVIOINE-IODINE SOLUTION. ..................................................................... A B C BT
USP 10% IFL. OZ
MIL-W-283
....WATER PURIFICATION TABLET. ................................................................ A B C BT
IODINE: 6M(3
NDC-72-5400-44. ... SUNBURN PREVENTIVE. . .......................................................................A C D F BT
SUNSCREEN LOTION
...SPOON PICNIC. PLASTIC. .................................................................... A B CD E F EA
MIL-F-43231
...FOOD PACKET. SURVIVAL GENERAL ................................................ A BC D E F PZ
PURPOSE. INDIV
MIL-F-10805
...FUEL TRIOXANE BAR FORM................................................................ . A B C D E BR
MIL-F-6218
...FISHING TACKLE KIT'SURVIVAL TYPE ....................................................ABC D ,F EA
AW2CI
...COMPASS. MAGNETIC ............................................................................. ABCDEF EA
UNMOUNTED. POCKET TYPE
OOW321
...WIRE, NON-ELECTRICAL (SNARE WIRE).............................................. A B C D E FT
11-1-311
...PAN. FRYING:ALUMINUM ............................................................................. . ABC EA
MIL-E-101
...MATCHES. NON-SAFETY. WOOD ....................................................... AB CD E F EA
ROUND PLASTIC CONTAINER W14 BXS 160 MATCHES
MIL-1-11489
...INSECT NET HEAD. NYLON CLOTH...................................................... A B C D E EA
UNIV SIZE
...HAT SUN- COTTON CLOTH UN!V SIZE ......................................................A C DF EA
WIDE BRIM O.D AND ORANGE
LPIPDES76-64
..TOOL KIT SURVIVAL. WISHARPENING................................................................ A EA
STONE & BURNING LENS
11-1-168
...PACKING LIST. ...................................................................................................... A EA
MIL-T-7249
...TARPAULIN NYLON GREY-YELLOW .................................................................. AD EA
W/GROMMETS 11 FT LG 7FT W
...SURVIVAL MANUAL (AFM 64-5)................................................................. ABCDEF BK
OR (FM 21-76)
...ATTACHING STRAP ........................................................................................ A B C
(SEE BULK LIST-WEBBING TEXT;LE 1-23132 IN )
MS22017
...SNAP. PARACHUTE HARNESS EJECTOR ................................................... A B C EA
NO REF
...BLANKET COMBAT CASUALTY ............................................................................... EA
(NOT SHOWN INNER CASE)
SS4A8
...SHARPENER. GENERAL PURPOSE ....................................................................... EA
(NOT SHOWN INNER CASE)
MIL-S-9964
...SAW. HAND, FINGER GRIP ..................................................................... A B CD E EA
(NOT SHOWN INNER CASE)
8702
...FIRESTARTER AVIATION SURVIVAL. MAGNESU'M .............................................. EA
(NOT SHOWN INNER CASE)
67F45692
...NET MULTIPURPOSE (NET. GILL FISH,NG) ................................................ A B C EA
Change 9
1
1
12
24
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
18
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
3
1
1
20
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
C-7
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS (Continued)
Figure C-2. Survival Kit, Individual, Cold Climate
C-8
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS(Continued)
(1)
ILLUS
(a) (b)
FIG ITEM
NO. NO .
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
(2)
(3)
SMR
CODE
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
ADOOO
PAOOO
PAOOO
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
XAOZZ
XAOZZ
XAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOOO
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
1680-00-973-1862
1680-00-082-2512
1680-00-082-2514
8970-00-082-5665
9525-00-596-3498
1370-00-309-5028
1680-01-233-0061
5110-00-733-7129
C-2
PAOZZ
6530-00-042-8421
C-2
C-2
C-2
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
6510-00-159-4883
6510-00-913-7909
6510-00-200-3180
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2 9
C-2 10
C-2 11
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
6545-00-853-6309
6505-00-183-9419
6508-01-265-0079
6505-00-914-3593
6850-00-985-7166
6605-00-515-5637
5110-00-162-2205
9920-01-154-7199
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
XAOZZ
PAOZZ
XAOZZ
PAOOO
PAOOO
PAOOO
7330-00-082-2398
7210-00-935-6667
6260-00-840-5578
7340-00-170-8374
9110-00-263-9865
6350-00-261-9772
4220-00-244-0764
8465-00-485-3034
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
(4)
FSCM
81337
81337
81337
81349
81348
10001
1HP49
98752
98752
98762
98752
6545-01-094-8412
6510-01-094-6142
6545-01-094-6136
6510-00-201-1765
81348
04542
04516
05161
81349
61349
81349
81349
81337
81349
8465-01-131-7921
81349
81349
81349
81348
81337
81337
8405-00-100-0976
8415-00-935-3130
81349
81349
C-2 20 PAOZZ
C-2
PAOZZ
1670-00-371-2243
5345-01-214-1050
96906
62444
C-2
C-2
C-2
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
5110-00-570-6896
8465-00-254-8803
1680-01-160-5618
81349
81349
62561
C-2
PAOZZ
8465-00-300-2138
98752
(5)
(6)
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
(7)
(8)
EA
EA
EA
P2
FT
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
1
1
1
7
20
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
BT
2
EA
EA
EA
2
18
1
EA
TU
PG
BT
BT
EA
EA
EA
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
1
1
6
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
2
1
EA
EA
EA
1
1
1
EA
11
QTY
U/M INC
USABLE
IN
ON
UNIT
CODE
11-1-170
11-1-190-2
11-1-192
MIL-F-43231
QQW321
LD165580
SL3
60C90302
60C90303
50C3586
60C40304
NO REF
SURVIVAL KIT, INDIVIDUAL, COLD CLIMATE ..................................................B
CASE,OUTER .....................................................................................................B
CASE, INNER ..................................................................................................ABC
FOOD PACKET SURVIVAL, GENERAL PURPOSE INDIVIDUAL ..........ABCDEF
WIRE, NON-ELECTRICAL (SNARE WIRE). ..................................................ABC
SMOKE AND ILLUMINATION, MARINE MOD 0 MK 13-L275 .................ABCDEF
FIRESTARTER AVIATION SURVIVAL, SPARK LITE..............................ABCDEF
KNIFE-SAW SHOVEL ASSY................................................................................B
BLADE (KNIFE & SAW) (INSIDE INNER CASE) .................................................B
HANDLE ASSY (INSIDE INNER CASE)...............................................................B
SHOVEL (INSIDE OUTER CASE) ......................................................................B
FIRST AID KIT, INDIVIDUAL ...........................................................................ABC
CASE, MEDICAL INSTRUMENT AND SUPPLY SET : NYLON .....................ABC
INSERT FIRST AID KIT CASE PLASTIC O.D. W/ATTACHED COVER .......ABC
BANDAGE, MUSLIN: COMPRESSED, O.D. 37 BY 37 ..................................ABC
BY 52 IN. TRIANGLE
BOTTLE, SAFETY CAP. LIGHT RESISTANT TABLET ................................ABC
& CAPSULE ROUND, 7 DRAM 200 S
DRESSING FIRST AID, FIELD: CAMOUFLAGED, 4 IN. W. 7 IN LG ..........ABC
DDD60036
BANDAGE, ADHESIVE 3/4 IN W. IN. LG.......................................................ABC
BANDAGE, GAUZE.COMPRESSED, CAMOUFLAGED ...............................ABC
2 IN. W, 6 YD. LG.
FIRST AID KIT, EYE DRESSING ...................................................................ABC
NDC00085-0066-03 SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM OPHTHALMIC OINTMENT, U.S.P ....................ABC
SUNBLOCK15
LIPSTICK,ANTICHAP......................................................................................ABC
NDC00034-2340-01 POVIDONE IODINE SOLUTION, U.S.P. 10% ½ FL OZ. .................................ABC
MIL-W-283
WATER PURIFICATION TABLET, IODINE: 8 MG .........................................ABC
AW2C1
COMPASS,MAGNETIC,UNMOUNTED ;TYPE .......................................ABCDEF
MIL-K-8180
KNIFE, POCKET ....................................................................................................
MIL-E-101
MATCHES,NON-SAFETY,WOOD,ROUND PLASTIC ............................ABCDEF
CONTAINER W/4BXS-160 MATCHES
11-1-0311
PAN FRYING:ALUMINUM: ..............................................................................ABC
NO REF
BLANKET, COMBAT CASUALTY..........................................................................
ML-C-25539 CANDLE, ILLUMINATING: ................................................................................ BD
SPOON,PICNIC,PLASTIC........................................................................ABCDEF
ML-F-10805 FUEL,COMPRESSED,TRIOXANE...........................................................ABCDEF
ML-M-18371 MIRROR,EMERGENCY,SIGNALING.......................................................ABCDEF
ML-F-6218
FISHING TACKING KIT............................................................................ABCDEF
ML-B-8571
BAG, DRINKING WATER STORAGE PLASTIC, 10 PT..........................ABCDEF
11-1-170
PACKING LIST ....................................................................................................B
LP/PDES3-82 BAG, SLEEPING VACUUM PACKED ..................................................................B
SURVIVAL MANUAL (AFM 64-5) OR (FM21-76).....................................ABCDEF
ML-P43700
PONCHO, WET WEATHER NYLON, WOODLAND CAMO, PATTERN ...........B
ML-1-11489 INSECT NET, HEAD NYLON CLOTH DARK GREEN UNIV. SIZE .........ABCDE
ATTACHING STRAP (SEE BULK LIST-WEBBING TEXTILE ........................ABC
1-23/32 IN.)
MS22017
SNAP, PARACHUTE HARNESS EJECTOR ..................................................ABC
SS#A8
SHARPENER GENERAL PURPOSE (NOT SHOWN) ..............................ABCDE
INNER CASE
MIL-S-9964
SAW, HAND, FINGER GRIP (NOT SHOWN: INNER CASE) ..................ABCDE
ML-W-1053
WHISTLE BALL, PLASTIC (NOT SHOWN: INNERCASE) ..................................
8702
FIRESTARTER, AVIATION SURVIVAL, MAGNESIUM .........................................
(NOT SHOWN, INNER CASE)
67F45692
NET, MULTIPURPOSE (NET, GILL FISHING ................................................ABC
Change 9
C-9
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS(Continued)
Figure C-3. Survival Kit, Individual, Overwater
C-10
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
FSCM
PART
NUMBER
ADOODO1680-00-973-1863
PAOOO 1680-00-082-2511
PAOO
1680-00-082-2514
PAOZZ 1680-01-233-0061
PAOZZ 4220-00-763-3766
PAOZZ 9920-01-154-7199
81337
81337
81337
1HP49
98752
81349
11-1-172
11-1-189
11-1-192
SL3
67C46306-10
EE-M-101
PAOZZ
PAOOO
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOOO
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
6605-00-515-5637
2090-00-277-6583
7920-00-240-2555
6505-01-121-2335
7210-00-935-6667
6545-01-094-8412
6510-01-094-6142
6545-01-094-6136
6510-00-201-1755
6530-00-042-8421
61349
80049
80244
13811
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOOO
PAOOO
PAOZZ
XAOZZ
PAOZZ
XAOZZ
PAOOO
PAOOO
PAOOO
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAFZZ
PAOZZ
6510-00-159-4883
6510-00-913-7909
6510-00-200-3180
6545-00-853-6309
6505-00-183-9419
6508-01-265-0079
6505-00-914-3593
6850-00-985-7166
7340-00-170-8374
5110-00-162-2205
8970-00-082-5665
6850-00-270-9966
7330-00-082-2398
4610-00-372-0592
9110-00-263-9665
1370-00-309-5028
6350-00-261-9772
4220-00-244-0764
8415-00-935-3130
8415-00-270-0229
8465-00-485-3034
(6)
(7)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
(b)
FIG ITEM SMR
NO. NO. CODE
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
C-3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
81348
04542
04516
05161
81349
2040-00-485-3018
81349
81349
81349
81337
81349
81349
10001
81349
81349
81349
81349
81346
81337
80049
4220-01-056-8667
4220-01-003-6763
81349
81349
1670-00-371-2243
4220-00-565-3276
8465-00-254-8803
5345-01-214-1050
5110-00-570-6896
1680-01-160-5618
5325-01-128-4441
8465-00-300-2138
96906
80049
81349
62444
81349
62561
81337
98752
USABLE ON CODE
SURVIVAL KIT, INDIVIDUAL. OVERWATER ......................................................... .C
.CASE, OUTER.......................................................................................................... .C
..CASE, INNER ...................................................................................................... ABC
...FIRE STARTER AVIATION SURVIVAL, SPARK LITE ............................... ABCDEF
...REPAIR KIT, INFLATABLE CRAFT ......................................................................CF
...MATCHES, NON-SAFETY, WOOD ROUND PLASTIC CONTAINER ...... .ABCDEF
W/4 BXS-160 MATCHES
AW2C1
...COMPASS. MAGNETIC, UNMOUNTED: POCKET TYPE ....................... ABCDEF
59C3778
...BAILER, BOAT.......................................................................................................CF
L-S-626
...SPONGE, CELLULOSE. TYPE II, CLASS 2 SIZE 3.............................................CF
NDC-72-5400-04 ...SUNBURN PREVENTIVE, SUNSCREEN LOTION ......................................ACDEF
NO REF
...BLANKET COMBAT CASUALTY ..............................................................................
NO REF
...FIRST AID KIT, INDIVIDUAL ............................................................................. ABC
...CASE. MEDICAL INSTRUMENT AND SUPPLY SET: NYLON ......................... ABC
...INSERT. FIRST AID KIT CASE: PLASTIC O.D. W/ATTACHED COVER ...... ABC
...BANDAGE.MUSLIN: COMPRESSED, O.D. 37 BY 37 BY 52 IN TRIANGLE ... ABC
...BOTTLE.SAFETY CAP LIGHT RESISTANT, TABLET & CAPSULE ROUND .. ABC
7 DRAM 200S
...DRESSING, FIRST AID, FIELD: CAMOUFLAGED, 4 IN. W., 7 IN. LG ...................
DDDB0035
....BANDAGE, ADHESIVE: 3/4 IN W 3 IN LG ..................................................... . ABC
....BANDAGE, GAUZE: COMPRESSED, CAMOUFLAGED 2 IN. W. 6 YD. LG ABC
....FIRST AID KIT, EYE DRESSING ..................................................................... ABC
NDC00065-0066-03....SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM OPHTHALMIC OINTMENT U.S.P ...................... ABC
SUNBLOCK 15
....LIPSTICK, ANTICHAP ....................................................................................... ABC
NDC00034-2340-01....POVIDONE-IODINE SOLUTION: U.SP 10% 1 1/2 FLOZ ................................ ABC
MIL-W-283
....WATER PURIFICATION TABLET, IODINE 8 MG............................................. ABC
..SPOON, PICNIC, PLASTIC ........................................................................... ABCDE
MIL-K-8180
...KNIFE, POCKET ........................................................................................................
MIL-F-43231
...FOOD PACKET. SURVIVAL, GENERAL PURPOSE INDIVIDUAL ........... ABCDEF
MIL-S-17980
...SEA MARKER, FLUORESCEIN ...........................................................................CF
11-1-0311
...PAN, FRYING ALUMINUM ................................................................................ .ABC
MIL-D-5531
...DESALTER KIT, SEAWATER, MK2 .....................................................................CF
MIL-F-10805
...FUEL COMPRESSED TRIOXANE ............................................................. ABCDEF
LD165580
...SIGNAL SMOKE AND ILLUMINATION MARINE, MOD 0 MK 13 ............... ABCDEF
MIL-M-18371
..MIRROR. EMERGENCY SIGNALING ....................................................... ABCDEF
MIL-F-6218
...FISHING TACKLE KIT ................................................................................ ABCDEF
MIL-I-11489
...INSECT NET, HEAD: NYLON CLOTH, DK GREEN UNIVERSAL SIZE ...... ABCDE
MIL-M-43371
...HAT, SUN REVERSIBLE O D. & ORANGE UNIVERSAL SIZE .....................ACDF
MIL-B-8571
...BAG, DRINKING WATER STORAGE. PLASTIC 10 PT ........................... ABCDEF
11-1-172
...PACKING LIST......................................................................................................... C
45D18813
...PADDLE BOAT 14 IN. LG. 3250 IN W BLADE ..................................................... C
...SURVIVAL MANUAL (AFM 65-4) OR (FM21-76) .................................... . ABCDEF
MIL-L-83491
...LIFE RAFT 1 MAN LRU-17/P ...............................................................................CF
MIL-L-83491
...LIFE RAFT 1 MAN LRU-16/P INSULATED BOTTOM AND SPRAY SHIELD ......CF
...ATTACHING STRAP (SEE BULK LIST-WEBBING TEXTILE 1-23/32 IN.) . . CDEF
MS22017
...SNAP, PARACHUTE HARNESS EJECTOR ..................................................... ABC
5683857
...LIFEBOAT INFLATION ASSEMBLY AND CYLINDER .........................................CF
MIL-W-1053
...WHISTLE BALL PLASTIC (NOT SHOWN: INNER CASE) .......................................
SS#A8
...SHARPENER. GENERAL PURPOSE (NOT SHOWN: INNER CASE) ....................
MIL-S-9964
...SAW, HAND. FINGER GRIP (NOT SHOWN: INNER CASE) ..................... ABCDE
8702
...FIRESTARTER, AVIATION SURVIVAL, MAGNESIUM. (NOT SHOWN: INNER CASE) ..
11-1-188-6
...FASTENER, SLIDE, INTERLOCKING, 47 IN. LG .................................................G
67F45692
...NET, MULTIPURPOSE (NET, GILL FISHING) ................................................ .ABC
Change 8 C-11
(8)
QTY
INC
IN
U/M UNIT
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
BT
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
BT
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
KT
TU
PG
BT
BT
EA
EA
PZ
BG
EA
KT
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
BK
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
1
18
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
3
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS(Continued)
Figure C-4. Rigid Seat Survival Kit, Hot Climate
C-12
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS(Continued)
(1)
ILLUS
(a) (b)
FIG ITEM
NO. NO .
(2)
(3)
SMR
CODE
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(4)
FSCM
C-4
C-4 1
C4 2
ADOOO 1680-00-148-9234
PAOOO 1680-00-205-0489
PAOOO 1680-00-849-9896
81337
81337
81337
C-4 3
PAOZZ
9920-01-154-7199
81349
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
4
5
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOCZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
1680-01-160-5618
1370-00-309-5028
8960-00-916-4201
8960-01-319-4703
5110-00-162-2205
1680-01-233-0061
9525-00-596-3498
6970-00-082-5665
7210-00-935-6667
9110-00-263-9865
6350-00-261-9772
7330-00-213-7173
6605-01-121-2335
62561
10001
81337
47823
81349
IHP49
81349
81349
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
PAOZZ
PAOCZ
PAOCZ
PAOZZ
XAOZZ
PAOZZ
XACZZ
XAOZZ
PAOOO
6605-00-515-5637
5110-00-570-6896
4220-00-244-0764
7340-00-170-8374
61349
81349
81349
8465-00-485-3034
81348
8340-00-235-3012
81337
81349
C-4 25 PAOOO 8415-00-935-3130
C-4
PAOZZ 5345-01-214-1060
81349
62444
81349
81349
81337
13811
(5)
(6)
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
11-1-1961
11-1-2006
11-1-2055
C-13
(8)
EA
EA
EA
1
1
1
EA
1
EA
EA
CN
EA
EA
EA
FT
PZ
EA
BR
EA
EA
BT
1
2
4
8
1
1
20
3
1
3
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
BK
EA
BK
EA
EA
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
1
1
QTY
U/M INC
USABLE
IN
ON
UNIT
CODE
RIGID SEAT SURVIVAL KIT HOT CLIMATE ......................................................D
BAG ASSEMBLY EQUIPMENT.......................................................................DEF
LANYARD ASSEMBLY,SURVIVAL KIT(ATTACHES ....................................DEF
EQUIP BAG TO CONTAINER)
EE-M-101
MATCHES,NON-SAFETY,WOOD ROUND PLASTIC ...........................ABCDEF
CONTAINER W/4 BXS-160 MATCHES
8702
FIRE STARTER, AVIATION SURVIVAL MAGNESIUIM ........................................
LD1655800
SIGNAL, SMOKE AND ILLUMINATION, MARINE MOD.OMK13 ............ABCDEF
MILW-15117 WATER DRINKING CANNED,10 OZ........................................................... ACDF
WATER,DRINKING, PACKET, 125 ML........................................................ ACDF
MIL-K-8180
KNIFE, POCKET ...................................................................................................
SL3
FIRE STARTER AVIATION SURVIVAL,SPARK LITE ..............................ABCDEF
QQW321
WIRE,NON-ELECTRICAL (SNARE WIRE) ...............................................ABCDE
ML-F-43231 FOOD PACKETS,SURVIVAL ..................................................................ABCDEF
NOREF
BLANKET,COMBATCASUALTY............................................................................
MIL-F-1QBO5 FUEL,CCMPRESSEDTRIOXANE............................................................ABCDEF
MIL-M-18371 MIRROR EMERGENCY SIGNALG ..........................................................ABCDEF
11-1-2005
PAN,COOKING . .............................................................................................DEF
NDC 724400-04 SUNBURN PREVENTIVE SUNSCREEN LOTION:................................... ACDF
AMNBENZOIC ACID
AW2C1
COMPASS,MAGNETIC,UNMOUNTED POCKET TYPE ........................ ABOCEF
MIL-S-9964
SAW,HAND FINGER GIRP........................................................................ABCDE
MIL-F62181
FISHING TACKLE KIT..............................................................................ABCDEF
SPOON, PICNIC, PLASTIC .....................................................................ABCDEF
MANUAL,SURVIVAL AFM 64-5OR FM21-76.............................................ABCDF
MIL-B-8571
BAG,DRINKING WATER STORAGE PLASTIC 10 PT.CAP ...................ABCDEF
OPERATORS MANUAL TM 55-1680-316-10 .................................................DEF
11-1-1961
PACKING LIST .....................................................................................................D
ML-T-7249
TARPAULIN NYLON,GREY&YELLOW ........................................................... AD
WGROMMETS 11 FT LG.7 FT W
ML4-11489
INSECT NET,HEAD NYLON CLOTH UNIVERSALSIZE ............................. ABDE
SS5M
SHARPENER GENERAL PURPOSE (NOT SHOWN: EOUP. BAG) ......ABCDE
Change 5
(7)
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS(Continued)
Figure C-5. Rigid Seat Survival Kit, cold Climate
C-14
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS(Continued)
(1)
ILLUS
(a) (b)
FIG ITEM
NO. NO .
(2)
(3)
SMR
CODE
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(4)
FSCM
C-5
C-5 1
C-5 2
ADOOO 1680-00-148-9233
PAOOO 1680-00-205-0489
PAOOO 1660-00-849-9896
81337
81337
81337
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
3
4
5
6
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
XAOZZ
PAOZZ
1680-01-233-0061
9525-00-596-3498
1HP49
81348
9920-01-154-7199
81349
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
7
8
9
10
11
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
6605-00-515-5637
7210-00-935-6667
6260-00-840-5578
5110-00-162-22056605-01-121-2335
81349
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
C-5
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
XAOZZ
PAOZZ
XAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
5345-01-214-1050
8970-00-082-5665
62444
81349
81337
81349
81337
81349
62561
81349
81348
81337
9110-00-263-9865
8465-01-131-7921
8415-00-935-3130
1680-01-160-5618
4220-00-244-0764
8465-00-485-3034
7330-00-213-7173
TM 55-1680-316-10
1370-00-309-5028
6350-00-261-9772
5110-00-570-6896
7340-00-170-8374
81349
81349
1381l
10001
81349
81349
(5)
(6)
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
11-1-1960
11-1-2006
11-1-2055
C-15
(8)
EA
EA
EA
1
1
1
EA
FT
EA
EA
1
20
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
1
1
2
1
1
EA
PZ
EA
EA.
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
BK
EA
BK
EA
EA
EA
1
3
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
QTY
U/M INC
USABLE
IN
ON
UNIT
CODE
RIGID SEAT SURVIVAL KIT (RSSK)COLD CLIMATE ........................................E
BAG ASSEMBLY EQUIPMENT.......................................................................DEF
LANYARD ASSEMBLY,SURVIVAL KIT(ATTACHES......................................DEF
EQUIP. BAG TO CONTAINER)
SL3
FIRESTARTER, AVIATION SURVIVAL,SPARKLITE ..............................ABCDEF
QQW321
WIRE NON-ELECTRICAL (SNARE WIRE) ...............................................ABCDE
MANUAL SURVIVAL ................................................................................ABCDEF
EE-M-101
MATCHES, NONSAFETY WOOD:.ROUND PLASTIC............................ABCDEF
CONTAINER W4/BX-160 MATCHNSS
AW2C1
COMPASS,MAGNETIC UNMOUNTED: POCKET TYPE ........................ABCDEF
NO REF
BLANKET, COMBAT CASUALTY..........................................................................
MIL-C-25539 CANDLES,ILLUMINATING .....................................................................................
M-L-K-8180
KNIFE POCKET .....................................................................................................
NDC-72-5400-04 ..SUNBURN PREVENT,SUNSCREEN, LOTION:ABCDEF .....................................
AMMO BENZOICACID
SS#8
SHARPENER,GENERAL PURPOSE ........................................................ABCDE
MIL-F-43231 FOOD PACKET,SURVIVAL ....................................................................ABCDEF
11-1-960
PACKING LIST .......................................................................................................
MIL-F10805
FUELCOMPRESSED TRIOXANE .............................................................ABCDE
LP/PDES3-82 SLEEPING BAG,ARCTC:VACUUM PACK........................................................ BE
MIL-I-411489 INSECT NET,HEAD:NYLON CLOTH:UNIVERSALSZE ...........................ABCDE
8702
FIRE STARTER, AVIATION SURVIVAL, MAGNESIUM ........................................
ML-F-62181 FISHNG TACKLE KIT ..............................................................................ABCDEF
MIL-B-8571
BAG,DRINKING WATER STORAGE,PLASTIC, 10 PT...........................ABCDEF
11-1-2005
PAN,COOKNG ................................................................................................DEF
MANUAL OPERATORS ..................................................................................DEF
LD165580
SIGNAL, SMOKE AND ILLUMINATION MARINE MOD 0 MK 13.............ABCDEF
MANUAL, SURVIVAL& EMERGENCY USES OF PARACHUTE ...................DEF
MIL-M-18371 MIRROR EMERGENCY SIGNALING.......................................................ABCDEF
MIL-S-9964
SAW HAND FINGER GRIP .......................................................................ABCDE
SPOON,PICNIC PLASTIC........................................................................ABCDEF
Change 5
(7)
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS(Continued)
Figure C-6. Rigid Seat Survival Kit, Overwater
C-16
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS(Continued)
(1)
ILLUS
(a) (b)
FIG ITEM
NO. NO .
(2)
(3)
SMR
CODE
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(4)
FSCM
(5)
(6)
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
C-6
C-6 1
C-6 2
ADOOO 1680-00-140-3540
PAOOO 1680-00-205-0489
PAOOO 1660-00-849-9896
81337
81337
81337
11-1-1962
11-1-2006
11-1-2055
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
XAOZZ
PAOZZ
XAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PA0ZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
8960-00-916-4201
8960-01-319-4703
6850-00-270-9986
7330-00-213-7173
6605-00-515-5637
1370-00-309-5028
81337
47823
81349
81337
61349
10001
MIL-W-15117
4610-00-372-0592
81349
MIL-D-55310
8970-00-082-5665
5110-00-162-2205
7920-00-240-2555
4220-00-244-0764
6350-00-261-9772
6605-01-121-2335
81349
81349
80244
81349
81349
13811
MIL-F-43231
MIL-K-8180
L-S-626
MIL-F-62181
MIL-M-18371
NDC-72-5400-4
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
C-6
17
18
19
20
XAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
8465-00-485-3034
8415-00-270-0229
4220-01-056-8667
4220-01-003-6763
81337
81348
81349
81349
81349
11-1-1962
MIL-B-8571
MIL-M-43371
MIL-L-83491
MIL-L-83491
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
4220-00-763-3766
7210-00-935-6667
98752
67C46306-10
NO REF
C-6
C-6
ML-517980
11-1-2005
AW2C1
LD165580
C-17
(8)
EA
EA
EA
1
1
1
CN
EA
PZ
EA
EA
EA
BK
KT
BK
PZ
EA
EA
EA
EA
BT
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA.
1
1
QTY
U/M INC
USABLE
IN
ON
UNIT
CODE
RIGID SEAT SURVIVAL KIT (RSSK) OVERWATER ..........................................F
BAG ASSEMBLY,EQUIPMENT.......................................................................DEF
LANYARD ASSEMBLY, SURVIVAL KIT (ATTACHES ...................................DEF
EQUIP. BAG TO CONTAINER)
WATER DRINKING CANNED:10 OZ..............................................................ADF
WATER, DRINKING,PACKET,125 ML............................................................ADF
SEA MARKER, FLUORESCEIN........................................................................ CF
PAN,COOKNG ................................................................................................DEF
COMPASS, MAGNET UNMOUNTED, POCKET TYPE ..........................ABCDEF
SIGNAL, SMOKE AND ILLUMINATING MARINE MOD 0 MK13..............ABCDEF
SURVIVAL MANUAL ...............................................................................ABCDEF
DESALTER KIT,SEAWATER, MK2 ................................................................. CF
OPERATOR MANUAL ....................................................................................DEF
FOODPACKET,SURVIVAL ......................................................................ABCDEF
KNIFE POCKET .....................................................................................................
SPONGE, CELLULOSETYPE, CLASS 2, SIZE 3 ............................................ CF
FISHNG TACKLE KT. .............................................................................ABCDEF
MIRROR EMERGENCY SIGNALLING ....................................................ABCDEF
SUNBURN PREVENTIVE, SUNSCREEN LOTION ..................................... ACDF
AMINIBENZOIC ACID
PACKING LIST .....................................................................................................F
BAG, STORAGE DRINKING WATER PLASTIC,10 PT.CAP .................ABCDEF
HAT, SUN REVERSIBLE O.D & ORANGE UNIVERSAL SIZE.................... ACDF
LIFE RAFT; 1 MAN LRU-17/P .......................................................................... CF
LIFE RAFT: 1 MAN LRU-16/P INSULATED ..................................................... CF
BOTTOM AND SPRAY SHIELD
REPAIR KIT, INFLATABLE RAFT (NOT SHOWN:EQUIP .BAG) .................... CF
BLANET,COMBATCASUALTY(NOT SHOWN:EQUIP.BAG) ...............................
Change 5
(7)
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS(Continued)
Figure C-7. Individual Survival Kit Vest-Type SRU-21/P
Change 5
C-18
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS (Continued)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
FSCM
PART
NUMBER
ADOOO 8465-001774819
81337
11-1-1783
ADOOO 8465-01-174-2355
81337
11-1-1783
8415-00-1774818
8415-00173-8098
6515-00383q3565
8465-00300-2138
6230-00938-1778
613500073-8939
6230-00-401-2285
6545-01-120-2632
81337
81337
81349
98752
81349
90303
18560
89875
11-1-2898
11-1-2898-1
MIL-T-388045
67F45692
MIL-L-38217
BA-1574/H
FGIC
1-653
(6)
(7)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
(b)
FIG ITEM SMR
NO. NO. CODE
C-7
1
C-7
DESCRIPTION
C-7
C-7
C-7
C-7
C-7
C-7
C-7
C-7
2
6
PAOOO
PAOOO
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PADLL
PAOZZ
ADOOO
C-7
C-7
7
8
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
6350-00-105-1252
168001-160-5618
81349
62561
MIL-M-18371
8702
C-7
C-7
C-7
C-7
C-7
9
10
11
12
13
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
7210-00-935-6667
6840-00142-8965
8465-00-6344499
5110-00162-2205
1680-01-233-0061
81349
80882
81349
81349
1HP49
MIL-B-36964B
00501
MIL-B4571
MIL-K-8180
SL3
C-7
14
PAOZZ
1305-00322-6391
19200
7553580
C-7
15
PAOZZ
1305-00301-1692
81349
MIL-C3030
C-7
C-7
16
17
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
M65-00254-8803
1370-00-490-7362
81349
27934
MIL-W-1053
600007047-1
C-7
18
PAOZZ 1095-00208-7598
81337
11-1-1797
C-7
19
PAOZZ
7340-00-0984327
81349
MIL-K-8662
C-7
20
PAOZZ
81337
11-1-1783
C7
C-7
C-7
C-7
C-7
C-7
21
PADLL
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PADLL
PADLL
528(00782-5308
6136-00838-0705
6605-01-196-6971
5325-00182-9945
582001-158-6082
5820-01-238-6603
80058
81349
90640
81348
19560
19560
3
4
5
22
AN/PRC-90
MIL-B-18-267
SANDY 183
VF106
AN/PRC-901
AN/PRC-9-2
USABLE ON CODE
(8)
QTY
INC
IN
U/M UNIT
INDIVIDUAL SURVIVAL VEST SRU-21/P
SURVIVAL KIT, INDIVIDUAL, VEST...........................................................................G KT
1
TYPE SRU-21/P (LARGE)
SURVIVAL KIT, INDIVIDUAL VEST............................................................................... G KT 1
TYPE SRU-21/P (SMALL)
.VEST, SURVIVAL, INDIVIDUAL(LARGE) .................................................................G EA
1
.VEST, SURVIVAL, INDIVIDUAL (SMALL) ...... ..........................................................G EA
1
..TOURNIOUET, NON-PNEUMATIC, CAMOUFLAGE ..............................................G EA
1
DELETED
..LIGHT MARKER, DISTRESS SDU-S/E ............................................................ G H J EA
1
..BATTERY,BA-1574/U........................................................................................ G H J EA
1
FLASHGUARD, AGR-FGIB ................................................................................ G H J EA
1
.SURVIVAL KIT, INDIVIDUAL, TROP, TACT ............................................................G EA
1
AIRCREW
..MIRROR, EMERGENCY SIGNALING .............................................................. G H J EA
1
..FIRESTARTER, AVIATION SURVIVAL ...................................................................... EA
1
MAGNESIUM
..BLANKET, COMBAT CASUALTY............. .................................................................. EA
1
..INSECT REPELLENT, 1 OZ ....................................................................................G EA
1
..BAG, DRINKING WATER STORAGE: 3PT ............................................................G EA
1
..KNIFE, POCKET ......................................................................................................... EA
1
FIRESTARTER, AVIATION SURVIVAL .....................................................................G EA 1
SPARK LITE
..CARTRIDGE, CALIBER 38 SPECIAL BALL ..................................................... G H J EA 17
M41
..CARTRIDGE, CALIBER .38 SPECIAL .............................................................. G H J EA
6
TRACER M41
..WHISTLE, BALL PLASTIC O.D. (W/LANYARD) ........ .............................................. EA
1
..SIGNAL KIT, FOLIAGE PENETRATOR ........................................................... G H J KT
1
W/LAUNCHER AND 7 FLARES L-119
.HOLSTER, REVOLVER, NYLON ..................................................................... G H J EA
1
38 CAL OR 9 MM
..KNIFE, HUNTING W/SHEATH AND ................................................................. GH J EA
1
SHARPENING STONE (OPTIONAL ISSUE)
..ASEMBLY INSTRUCTION SHEETAND ............ ......................................................G EA
1
DD FORM 1574 TAG
..RADIO SET, AN/PRC-90, SURVIVAL .............................................................. G H J EA
1
..BATTERY, BA-1568/7 (FOR PRC-90 RADIO) .................................................. G H J EA
1
..COMPASS, MAGNETIC UNMOUNTED, LENSATIC ...............................................G EA
1
..FASTENER, SLIDE, INTERLOCKING 15 IN LG ....................................................G EA
1
..RADIO SET ................................................................................................................. EA
1
..RADIO SET.................................................................................................................. EA
1
Change 8
C-19
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS (Continued)
Figure C-8. Individual Survival Kit Vest-OV-1 Aircraft
Change 5
C-20
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS (Continued)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
FSCM
PART
NUMBER
(6)
(7)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
(b)
FIG ITEM SMR
NO. NO. CODE
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
USABLE ON CODE
(8)
QTY
INC
IN
U/M UNIT
INDIVIDUAL SURVIVAL VEST OV- 1 AIRCREW
C-8
1
ADOOO 16800-205-0474
81337
11-1-468-1
ADOOO 1680-00-187-5716
81337
11-1-468-2
PAOOO
PAOOO
PAOOO
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PAOZZ
8415-00201-9097
8415-00-201-9098
422-00-850-8655
16800-251-8911
1680-00-237-2614
5325-00-935-5970
81337
81337
80049
81337
81337
81348
11-1-1795-1
11-1-1795-2
LP410P
11-1-1798-1
11-1-1798-2
VF106
15
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PADLL
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PADLL
PAOZZ
MFFZZ
MFFZZ
ADOOO
5325-00-278-4908
5325-00-276-4978
5820-00-782-5308
6135-00-838-0706
5110-00-528-8740
8465-00-254-8803
1680-01-160-5618
6230-00-938-1778
6135-00-073-8939
6230-00-401-2285
8315-00-106-5973
8315-00-106-5974
6545-00-478-6504
96908
96906
80058
90303
81349
81349
62561
81349
90303
18560
81337
81337
80206
MS27983-3
MS279834
AN/PRC-90
BA-1568/4
MIL-K-25594
MIL-W-1053
8702
MIL-L-38217
BA-1574/U
FGIC
MIL-F-21840
MIL-F-21840
CL211-C2-10
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
16
17
ADOOO 6545-00-152-1578
ADOOO 6545-00-231-9421
PAOZZ 6530-00-105-1252
XBFZZ
81349
80206
81349
81348
MIL-S81941
CL211C2-1
MIL-M-18371
VF106
C-8
18
PAOZZ
1305-00-322-6391
19200
7553580
C-8
19
PAOZZ
1305-00-301-1692
81349
MIL-C-3030
C-8
20
PAOZZ
1370-00-490-7362
27934
6000D7047-1
C-8
C-8
C8
21
22
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
1005-00-835-9773
1095-00-208-7598
7340-00-098-4327
19204
81337
81349
7791073
11-1-1797
MIL-K-866L
C-8
23
PAOZZ
1680-01-233-0061
1HP49 SL3
C-8
C-8
C-8
24
PAOZZ
PADLL
PADLL
5325-00-068-8295
5820-01-158-8082
5820-01-238-6603
88044
18560
18560
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
2
3
4
5
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
7
8
9
6
10
11
12
13
14
AN229-2AS78-1
AN/PRC-901
AN/PRC-90-2
SURVIVAL KIT, INDIVIDUAL. VEST ......................................................................... H
TYPE OV-1 (LARGE) W/ILPU-10
SURVIVAL KIT, INDIVIDUAL, VEST ...........................................................................J
TYPE OV-1 (SMALL) W/LPU-10
.VEST, INDIVIDUAL SURVIVAL OV-1 LARGE.......................................................... .H
.VEST, INDIVIDUAL SURVIVAL OV-1 SMALL ...........................................................J
..LIFE PRESERVER, UNDERARM LPU-10/P ...................................................... GH J
..STRAPASSEMBLY, SMALL, VEST...........................................................................J
..STRAPASSEMBLY, LARGE, VEST ........................................................................ H
..FASTENER, SLIDE, INTERLOCKING .................................................................. H J
7 3/4 IN LG TYPE IV STYLE 7 SIZE MH
..STUD, SNAP FASTENER .................................................................................... H J
EYELET, SNAP FASTENER ................................................................................ H J
..RADIO SET, AN/PRC-90 SURVIVAL ............................................................... G H J
...BATTERY, BA-1568/UJ (FOR PRC-90 RADIO) ............................................. G H J
..KNIFE, POCKET W/HOOK BLADE ...................................................................... H J
..WHISTLE, BALL, PLASTIC O.D. WAANYARD..........................................................
..FIRESTARTER, AVIATION SURVIVAL, MAGNESIUM...............................................
..LIGHT MARKER, DISTRESS SDU-5/E G ............................................................. H J
...BATTERY, NONRECHARGEABLE BA-1754J4............................................... G H J
..FLASHGUARD AGR-FGIB ................................................................................ G H J
..TAPE FASTENER, PILE, 1 INCH O.D. TYPE II ................................................. .H J
..TAPE FASTENER, HOOK, 1 INCH O.D. TYPE II ............................................... H J
..SURVIVAL KIT, INDIVIDUAL, W/MEDICAL .......................................................... H J
AND GENERAL PACKETS
...GENERAL PACKET, SURVIVAL KIT INDIVIDUAL ............................................ .H J
...MEDICAL PACKET, SURVIVAL KIT INDIVIDUAL . . ......................................... H J
..MIRROR, EMERGNCY SIGNALING ................................................................. G H J
..FASTENER, SLIDE INTERLOCKING ................................................................... H J
19 IN LG TYPE IV STYLE 2 SIZE M
..CARTRIDGE, CALIBER .38 SPECIAL BALL .................................................... G H J
M41
..CARTRIDGE, CALIBER .38 SPECIAL: TRACER . G H J ..........................................
M41
..SIGNAL KIT, FOLIAGE PENETRATOR ........................................................... G H J
W/7 FLARES AND LAUNCHER: L119
..REVOLVER .38 CALIBER SPECIAL ................................................................ G H J
..HOLSTER, REVOLVER.38 CALIBER OR 9MM ............................................... G H J
..KNIFE, HUNTING W/SHEATH AND ................................................................ G H J
..SHARPENING STONE
..FIRESTARTER, AVIATION SURVIVAL................................................................. H J
SPARK LITE (NOT SHOWN) PUT IN WITH ITEM 12
..FASTENER, SLIDE COMPARTMENT, 19 1/4 LG ............................................... H J
..RADIO SET .................................................................................................................
..RADIO SET .................................................................................................................
Change 8
C-21
KT
1
KT
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
IN
IN
KT
11
11
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
V
V
1
KT
KT
EA
EA
1
1
1
1
EA
6
EA
6
KT
1
EA
EA
EA
1
1
1
EA
1
EA
EA
EA
1
1
1
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS (Continued)
Figure C-9. Rigid Seat Survival Kit
C-22
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS(Continued)
(1)
ILLUS
(a) (b)
FIG ITEM
NO. NO .
C-9
(2)
(3)
SMR
CODE
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(4)
FSCM
(5)
(6)
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
ADOOZ 1680-00-233-5759
81337
11-1-1975
111--1970
11-1-2040
11-1-2055
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
1
2
3
4
PBFZZ
PAFFF
PAFZZ
XBFZZ
9905-00-269-8281
1680-00-223-5788
1680-00-849-9896
81337
81337
81337
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
PAFFF
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PBFZZ
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PBFZZ
PSFZZ
PBFZZ
PBFZZ
1680-00-223-5770
5305-00-984-4988
5310-00-638-9857
5310-00-207-8922
1670-0O-200-4500
5340-00-279-2992
5305-00-984-4989
5310-00-638-9857
5310-00-207-4922
5340-00-342-9586
5306-00-156-2698
5310-00-515-7449
5310-00-488-8566
1680-00-271-9747
1680-00-267-6941
5360-00-283-3540
5360-00-283-3543
81337
98906
88044
72962
81337
81337
96906
88044
72982
81337
88044
88D44
72962
81337
81337
81337
81337
(7)
(8)
EA
EA
EA
EA
2
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
1
4
4
4
2
2
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
QTY
U/M INC
USABLE
IN
ON
UNIT
CODE
RIGID SEAT SURVIVAL KIT
PLATE,INSTRUCTION:(REMOVE FOR MANUAL UNLOCK).............................K
LID ASSEMBLY, SURVIVAL KIT: SEE FIG. C-6 FOR BREAKDOWN ...............K
LANYARD ASSEMBLY, SURVIVAL KIT...............................................................K
FASTENER, SLIDE, INTERLOCKING: 36-1/4 IN. LG.........................................K
TYPE l, STYLE 11, SIZE MN, FED V-F-106
11-1-2021
CONTAINER ASSEMBLY,SURVIVALKIT ............................................................K
MS35206-228 SCREW, MACHINE: PAN HEAD, NO. 6-32 NC, 3/8 IN. LG ..............................K
AN960C6L
WASHER, FLAT...................................................................................................K
22K2-62
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, CAP ................................................................................K
11-1-2054
STRAP,TIE-DOWN:EOUIPMENT BAG ...............................................................K
11-1-1969
LOOP,STRAP FASTENER ..................................................................................K
MS35208-229 SCREW, MACHINE: PAN HEAD, NO. 6-32NC, 7/16 IN. LG .............................K
AN960C6L.
WASHER, FLAT ...................................................................................................K
22K2-62
NUT, SELF-LOCKING, CAP ................................................................................K
11-1-2042
LOOP,STRAP FASTENER ..................................................................................K
AN24-14
BOLT,CLEVIS.......................................................................................................K
AN960C416L WASHER, FLAT...................................................................................................K
22K2-048
NUT, SELF-LOCKING..........................................................................................K
11-1-2004-2 LUG,ATTACHMENT,SURVIVAL KIT:LH..............................................................K
11-1-2004-1 LUG,ATTACHMENT,SURVIVAL KIT: RH ...........................................................K
11-1-2012-2 SPRING, HELICAL,TORSION: RH ......................................................................K
11-1-2012-1 SPRING,HELICAL,TORSION:LH .........................................................................K
Change 1
C-23
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS (Continued)
Figure C-10 .
Survival Kit Lid Assembly
C-24
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS (Continued)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
FSCM
PART
NUMBER
(6)
(7)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
(b)
FIG ITEM SMR
NO. NO. CODE
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
USABLE ON CODE
(8)
QTY
INC
IN
U/M UNIT
SURVIVAL KIT LID ASSEMBLY
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
PAOFF
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
XBFZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
XBO0Z
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
1680-002235788
1680-00-271.9785
168000-279-2991
167000-264-934
168000-271 9749
5305-00993-0191
168000 -264972
530-00.3094364
168040 273-0807
1680-002829733
1680-00273-0795
168000269-0327
530500.964-49e9
1680-00-262-9730
5305-00-309-4364
168000-302-7618
1680-00.271.9748
5305-00-958-5451
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
96906
81337
80205
81337
81337
81337
81337
990
81337
80205
81337
81337
96906
111 2040
11 1 1999
11-1.20222
11.1-2023.2
11-1-2028
11 1-031
11-1-2022.1
11-1 2023-1
11.12028
11-1.2031
MS35206-212
11.1-2037
NASS50XK3.4
11.1.199
11-1 19812
11 1.190
11.1 1991
MS35206-229
111 193
NAS680XK3.4
11.1 1979
11.1.2030
MS35190-239
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZ2
5310-00-638-9857
5310-00-207-8922
5340-003429586
1680000287-6942
16800D2690328
5305-00-8893000
531000-639857
531000-207-8922
534000994612
16804002719786
168002704610
68044
72962
81337
81337
81337
908
88044
72962
96906
81337
81337
AN96OC6L
22K242
11 1 2046
11 1 19921
11 11992 2
MS35206-230
AN960C6L
22K2-62
MS25281F2
11 12026
11 1 2029
1670-002648934
1680-00-2719749
1680-00-270-608
LID ASSEMBLY SURVIVAL KIT ................................................................................. K
.HANDLE ASSEMBLY. RELEASE LATCH ................................................................ K
.HARNESS ASSEMBLY SURVIVAL KIT LH............................................................... K
..MOUNT ASSEMBLY HARNESS LH......................................................................... K
...RELEASE. CANOPY............................................................................................... K
...SUPPORT ASSEMBLY HARNESS ......................................................................... K
.HARNESS ASSEMBLY SURVIVAL KIT RH .............................................................. K
..MOUNT ASSEMBLY HARNESS RH ........................................................................ K
...RELEASE. CANOPY............................................................................................... K
...SUPPORTASSEMBLY HARNESS .......................................................................... K
.SCREW, MACHINE PAN HEAD NO 4-40NC. 316 IN LG, ....................................... K
.SUPPORT HARNESS. SURVIVAL KIT .................................................................... K
.SCREW. MACHINE .................................................................................................. K
.LATCH ASSEMBLY SURVIVAL KIT LH .................................................................... K
.HOUSING LATCH. SURVIVAL KIT RH .................................................................... K
.SPACER. HOUSING. SURVIVAL KIT ..................................................................... K
.SPACER. CONDUIT SURVIVAL KIT........................................................................ K
.SCREW. MACHINE PAN HEAD, NO 6-32NC 711 81N LG. .................................... K
.SUPPORT. CONDUIT SURVIVAL KIT..................................................................... K
.SCREW. MACHINE .................................................................................................. K
.LATCH RELEASE. SURVIVAL KIT RH .................................................................... K
.CABLE ASSEMBLY. SURVIVAL KIT REAR ............................................................. K
.SCREW. MACHINE FLAT HEAD COUNTERSUNK. ............................................... K
NO 6-32NC. S IN LG
.WASHER. FLAT ....................................................................................................... K
.NUT. SELF-LOCKING. CAP.................................................................................... K
.LOOP STRAP FASTENER........................................................................................ K
.RETAINER. CONDUIT SURVIVAL KIT RH .............................................................. K
.RETAINER. CONDUIT SURVIVAL KIT LH............................................................... K
.SCREW. MACHINE PAN HEAD NO 6-32NC 1/2 IN LG. ......................................... K
.WASHER. FLAT ....................................................................................................... K
.NUT SELF LOCKING. CAP ...................................................................................... K
.CLAMP. LOOP.......................................................................................................... K
.CABLE ASSEMBLY. SURVIVAL KIT LH. WICONDUIT .......................................... K
.CABLE ASSEMBLY. SURVIVAL KIT RH WICONOUIT ........................................... K
Change 1
C-25
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
5
1
1
1
1
2
1
5
1
1
6
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
6
6
2
1
1
4
4
4
4
1
1
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
Section II. REPAIR PARTS (Continued)
Figure C-11. SARVIP
Change 8
C-26
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS (Continued)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
FSCM
PART
NUMBER
(6)
(7)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
(b)
FIG ITEM SMR
NO. NO. CODE
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
1
2
3
4
4
4
4
5
6
7
8
C-11
9
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
10
11
12
13
14
14
15
ADOOO
ADOOO
ADOO
ADOOO
ADOOO
PAOZZ
ADOOO
PAOZZ
PCOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PCOZZ
PCOZZ
PCOZZ
PCOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
ADOOO
PCOZZ
PAOZZ
PCOZZ
PAOZZ
PCOZZ
PAOZZ
PCOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PCOZZ
PAOZZ
PCOZZ
PCOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PDALL
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PCOZZ
PAOZZ
ADOOO
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
8465-01-361-4875
8465-01-361-4876
8465-01-361-4877
8465-01-361 4878
8465-01-361-4879
4220-00-850-8655
81337
9110-00-263-9865
9920-00-985-6891
8465-00-254-8803
4240-01-160-5618
8415-01-192-2357
6505-01-288-2188
5150-00-570-6896
6510-00-203-6010
8925-00-160-6161
8925-00-823-7101
6605-01-196-6971
8415-01-358-9328
8415-01-358-9329
8415-01-358-9330
8415-01-358-9331
8415-01-358-9332
5340-01-050 7680
8465-00-360-0228
6350-00-105-1252
DESCRIPTION
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
80049
11-181349
81348
81349
62561
81349
98634
81349
81348
63298
63298
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
96906
81349
81337
MIL-S 44095
MIL-S-44095
MIL-S-44095
MIL S-44095
MIL-S-44095
LPU-10/P
MIL-F-10805
EE-M-101
MIL-W-1053
8702
MIL-S-37205
LE701
MIL-S-9964
UP 401
A-A-20175
A-8-20177
MIL C 10436
MIL-V-44416
MIL-V-44416
MIL-V-44416
MIL-V-44416
MIL-V-44416
MS 70101-1
COMMERCIAL
MIL M-18371
MIL-P-44407
6505-00-118-1948
6510-00-913-7909
6510-00-913-7906
6505-00-582-4191
6505-00-582-4190
6520-00-935-007
6505-01-238-5632
8315-00-787-8000
6515-00-926-2089
6510-00-926-8881
6505-01-138-5692
6515-00-926-8954
6850-00-985-7166
8520-00-551-0375
6230-00-938-1778
6135-00-073-8939
6230-00-401-2285
5340-00-875-861
1370-00-490-7362
4230-01-101-3984
6665-00-050-8529
6510-00-159-4883
8465-00-634-4499
81349 MIL L-38217
90303 BA 1574/U
18560 FGIC
AF-TN 54A90B2
96906 MS 22018
TM 1-1680-359-10
98747 89108839
81361 D5-77-2366
83161 D5-67-266
81337 MIL-P-44407
18162
81349 MIL-B-8571
USABLE ON CODE
ARCREW SURVIVAL ARMOR RECOVER VEST. INSERT. AND PACKETS
(SARVIP)
.X-SMALL (AS A KIT)....................................................................................................
.SMALL (AS A KIT) ....................................................................................................
.MEDIUM (AS A KIT)....................................................................................................
.LARGE (AS A KIT).....................................................................................................
.X-LARGE (AS A KIT) ...................................................................................................
..LIFE PRESERVER. UNDERARM LPU-10/P ..............................................................
..PACKET. BASIC SURVIVAL TYPE I ..........................................................................
...FUEL. COMPRESSED. TRIOXANE. BARS ............................................................
...MATCHES. SAFETY. HUMIDITY RESISTANT BOX OF 30 ....................................
...WHISTLE, PLASTIC BALL TYPE...............................................................................
...FIRE STARTER ..........................................................................................................
...HEADNET AND MITTEN SET....................................................................................
...SUNSCREEN..............................................................................................................
...SAW HAND FINGER GRIP. SURVIVAL....................................................................
...MOLESKIN ..................................................................................................................
...GUM CHEWING .........................................................................................................
...CANDY CHARMS .......................................................................................................
...COMPASS. MAGNETIC. UNMOUNTED. LENSATIC .............................................
..VEST SURVIVAL X-SMALL.........................................................................................
..VEST SURVIVAL. SMALL...........................................................................................
..VEST SURVIVAL. MEDIUM........................................................................................
..VEST SURVIVAL. LARGE..........................................................................................
..VEST X LARGE ...........................................................................................................
..ADAPTER CHEST ADJUSTMENT .............................................................................
..PITON LIFTING ...........................................................................................................
..MIRROR. EMERGENCY SIGNALING ........................................................................
..PACKET. MEDICAL SURVIVAL. TYPE II ..................................................................
...ASPIRIN TABLETS.....................................................................................................
...BANDAGE. ADHESIVE..............................................................................................
...BANDAGE GAUZE .....................................................................................................
...BACITRACIN OINTMENT...........................................................................................
...BACITRACIN OPTHALMIC.........................................................................................
...FLOSS. UNWAXED 100 YDS ...................................................................................
...IMODIUM CAPSULES.................................................................................................
...PIN. SAFETY .............................................................................................................
...RAZOR. SURGICAL ..................................................................................................
...TAPE. ADHESIVE......................................................................................................
...DISCS. TRANSDERM................................................................................................
...NEEDLE. SEWING. 18 GAGE..................................................................................
...PENROSE TUBING ....................................................................................................
...WATER PURIFICATION TABLETS ...........................................................................
...SOAP TOILET ............................................................................................................
...LIGHT MARKER. DISTRESS SDU-5/E .....................................................................
...BATTERY BA 1574/U .................................................................................................
...FLASHGUARD AGR-FG1B ........................................................................................
..RING “V' TYPE II. CLASS 2. O0-P-416 .....................................................................
..SNAP. HARNESS .......................................................................................................
..OPERATOR'S MANUAL..............................................................................................
..SIGNAL KIT. PERSONNEL DISTRESS. A/P258-GA ................................................
..SKIN DECONTAMINATION KIT M258A1....................................................................
..PAPER. CHEMICAL AGENT. DETECTOR ...............................................................
..PACKET. FIRST AID DRESSING. TYPE III...............................................................
..DRESSING. FIRST AID. FIELD, TYPE III..................................................................
..BAG. WATER STORAGE ..........................................................................................
Change 9
(8)
QTY
INC
IN
U/M UNIT
KT
KT
KT
KT
KT
EA
KT
BX
BG
EA
EA
EA
BT
EA
RO
HD
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
KT
PG
BX
BX
TU
TU
PG
BX
PG
EA
PG
PG
PG
BX
BT
MX
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
BK
EA
BK
KT
EA
EA
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
6
1
2
1
1
6
4
1
1
4
2
1
50
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
C-26.1
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS (Continued)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
FSCM
PART
NUMBER
81337
MIL-P-44407
81349
04655
18560
18560
81349
10001
81349
MIL-R-3390
MIL-S-17980
01-524795-1
AN/PRC-90-9
ANIPRC-112
MIL-B18267
DL3139734
BA5112U
(6)
(7)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
(b)
FIG ITEM SMR
NO. NO. CODE
C-11
16
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
17
18
19
19
19
C-11
20
ADOOO
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PCOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PADLL
PADLL
PADLL
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
6510-00-159-4883
6850-00-270-9986
5820-00-782-5306
5820-01-238-6603
5820-01-279-5450
6135-00-838-0706
1370-01-030-8330
6135-01-235-4168
21
21
21
21
ADOOO
ADOOO
ADOOO
ADDOO
8470-01-359-0426
8470-01-359-0427
8470-01-359-0428
8470-01-359-4029
81349
81349
81349
81349
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
22
22
22
22
ADOOO
ADOOO
ADOOO
ADOOO
8470-01-359-0422
8470-01-359-0423
8470-01-359-0424
8470-01-359-0425
81349
81349
81349
81349
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOXX
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
PAOZZ
5340-01-078-5304
8310-00-130-6245
8310-00-227-1244
8305-00-263-3598
8305-00-270-1868
96906
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
96906
88044
96906
96906
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
BULK
PCFZZ
8040-00-262-9062
81348
BULK
PAFZZ
0105-00-837-7766
BULK
BULK
PAFZZ
8105-00-837-7756
58536
A-A-1799
BULK
PAFZZ
1870-00-588-0323
22508
21AY061
BULK
PAFZZ
8100-00253-1171
81348
C-B-191
5325-00-159-3761
5325-00-159-3763
5325-01-011-1007
5325-00-891-9073
5325-00-267-4972
5325-00-276-4980
5325-00-276-4969
8315-01-010-7203
8315-01-010-7204
8315-00-151-6480
8315-00-151-6484
8315-00-151-6481
8315-00-151-6483
8305-00-261-8579
..PACKET, COMBAT CASUALTY. TYPE IV ................................................................
...BLANKET. COMBAT .................................................................................................
..RING. 'D".....................................................................................................................
..SEA MARKER. FLOURESCEIN .................................................................................
..RADIO SET, AN/PRC-90 SURVIVAL ..........................................................................
PRC 90-2 .......................................................................................................................
PRC 90-112 ...................................................................................................................
..BATTERY, BA1568/U (FOR AN/PRC-90 RADIO ONLY)............................................
..SIGNAL, SMOKE AND ILLUMINATION. MK24 ..........................................................
..BATTERY. BA5112/UJ (FOR AN/PCR-112 RADIO ONLY).......................................
CARRIER. SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR (WITH CERAMIC
BODY ARMOR INSERT)
MIL-C-44417
.SHORT .........................................................................................................................
MIL-C-44417
.REGULAR.....................................................................................................................
MIL-C-44417
.LONG ............................................................................................................................
MIL-C-44417
.X-LONG ........................................................................................................................
CARRIER. SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR (WITHOUT
CERAMIC BODY ARMOR INSERT)
MIL-C-44417
.SHORT .........................................................................................................................
MIL-C-44417
.REGULAR.....................................................................................................................
MIL-C-44417
.LONG ............................................................................................................................
MIL-C-44417
.X-LONG ........................................................................................................................
BULK ITEMS
ADAPTER, REVERSIBLE, QUICK FIT..........................................................................
CLOTH. BALLISTIC. ARAMID. TYPE II. CLASS 2. 14 OZ .......................................
MIL-C-43842
CLOTH. OXFORD. ARAMID. COLOR OG 106..........................................................
MIL-C-43989
CLOTH. KNITTED, RASCHEL, ARAMID .....................................................................
MIL-SPEC-V-F-106 FASTENER. SLIDE. 8-3/4 IN.......................................................................................
MIL-SPEC-V-F-106 FASTENER. SLIDE. 9-3/4 IN.......................................................................................
MIL-SPEC-V-F-106 FASTENER. SLIDE. 14 IN ...........................................................................................
MS-27983-1
FASTENER. SNAP ASSY. CAP. PULL DOT .............................................................
AN227-63B
FASTENER, SNAP. ASSY. SOCKET, PULL DOT......................................................
MS27983-3
FASTENER,. SNAP ASSY, STUD. PULL DOT...........................................................
MS27980-8N
FASTENER. SNAP ASSY, POST/EYELET. PULL DOT .............................................
MIL-F-21840
FASTENER. TAPE, HOOK, 5/8 IN. TYPE I, CLASS 2 ................................................
MIL-F-21840
FASTENER, TAPE. PILE. 5/8 IN . TYPE I, CLASS 2 .................................................
MIL-F-21840
FASTENER,. TAPE. HOOK. 1 IN, TYPE I. CLASS 2 ................................................
MIL-F-21840
FASTENER. TAPE, PILE, 1 IN TYPE I. CLASS 2 .......................................................
MIL-F-21840
FASTENER. TAPE. HOOK, 1-23/32 IN . TYPE II. CLASS 2.....................................
MIL-F-21840
FASTENER, TAPE. PILE. 1-23/32 IN . TYPE II. CLASS 2 ........................................
MIL-T-5038
TAPE, REINFORCING, NYLON. TYPE IV, CLASS 2...................................................
MIL-W-43685
TAPE, REINFORCING, ARAMID FIBER, 1 IN , TYPE II, OG 106.................................
MIL-T-83195
THREAD, PARA-ARAMID. SIZE T-50. 3 PLY. COLOR OG.......................................
V-T-295
THREAD. SIZE FF, 3 PLY. TYPE I. CLASS A, OG ....................................................
MIL-W-4088
WEBBING. WOVEN NYLON, 1-23/32 IN WIDE. TYPE VIII, CLASS I. OG ...............
MIL-W-5664
WEBBING. ELASTIC. 1-1/2 IN WIDE. TYPE II. CLASS 1. OG................................
BULK MATERIALS
MM-A-139
ADHESIVE LIQUID, RUBBER BASE, 1 PT CAN BAG,.................................................
PLASTIC POLYETHYLENE. 8 IN SO
C-11
C-11
C-11
C-11
8305-00-483-1344
USABLE ON CODE
WANTERLOCKING SEAL CLOSURE. FED PPP-B-0026. ........................................
TYPE II, STYLE 2
BAG. PLASTIC. POLYETHYLENE, 10 IN SO .............................................................
W/INTERLOCKING SEAL CLOSURE. FED PPP-B-0026.
TYPE II. STYLE 2
BAND, RUBBER, PARACHUTE SUSPENSION LINE RETAINER. 100 PER..............
BOX. MIL-B-1832, TYPE I
BEESWAX. TECHNICAL 1 LB CAKE. FEDC-B-191...................................................
Change 8
C-26.2
(8)
QTY
INC
IN
U/M UNIT
KT
EA
EA
BX
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
1
1
6
1
1
KT
KT
KT
KT
1
1
KT
KT
KT
KT
1
1
1
1
EA
YD
YD
YD
EA
EA
EA
HD
HD
HD
HD
YD
YD
YD
YD
YD
YD
YD
YD
YD
YD
YD
YD
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
PT
V
EA
V
EA
V
EA
V
LB
V
1
2
2
1
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS (Continued)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
FSCM
PART
NUMBER
(6)
(7)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
(b)
FIG ITEM SMR
NO. NO. CODE
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
BULK
PAFZZ
7510-00-154-8893
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-420-5274
81349
MIL-C-20696
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-935-6427
81349
MIL-C-19002
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-170-9284
81348
CCC-C-419
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-171-1203
81348
CCC-C-419
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-926-6870
81349
MIL-C-7219
BULK
PCFZZ
8305-00-765-2863
81349
MIL-C--7219
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-350-5625
81349
MIL-C-8061
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-926-6489
81349
MIL-C-23070
BULK
PAFZZ
4020-00-240-2154
BULK
PAFZZ
4020-00-935-5761
BULK
PAFZZ
4020-00-292-9920
BULK
PAFZZ
4020-00-240-2148
BULK
PAFZZ
4020O-0530-0174
BULK
PAFZZ
402000-903-8594
BULK
PAFZZ
8010-00-515-9144
BULK
PAFZZ
8010-00595-5936
BULK
PAFZZ
8010-00-079-3760
70785
PSP8
BULK
PAFZZ
8315-00-926-4931
81349
MIL-F-21840
BULK
PAFZZ
8315-00-106-5973
81349
MIL-F-21840
BULK
PAFZZ
8315-00-450-9837
81349
MIL-F-21840
BULK
PAFZZ
8315-00-926-4830
81349
MIL-F-21840
BULK
PAFZZ
8315-00-106-5974
81349
MIL-F-21840
BULK
PAFZZ
8315-00-498-6631
81349
MIL-F-21840
BULK
PAFZZ
9150-00-985-7245
81349
MIL-G-23827
BULK
BULK
BULK
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
5325-00-231-6589
7510-00-224-6734
9150-00-231-5589
81349
58536
MIL-G-16491
A-A-208
BULK
PAFZZ
8810-00-281-2785
81346
ASTM-D-740
BULK
BULK
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
8810-00-223-9057
5315-00-234-1864
64186
14-0712-03
USABLE ON CODE
CHALK, MARKING WHITE. TAPERED. 3/8 IN TO 7/16 IN ...............................
DIA. 144 PER BOX. FED 55-C-255. GRADE B
CLOTH. COATED NYLON, TYPE II. 3/8 IN W. BLACKSIDE.....................................
COATED BUTADIENE ACRYLONITRILE. OLIVE DRAB SIDE UNCOATED.
MIL-C-20696. CLASS S
CLOTH. COATED. POLYCHLOROPRENE NYLON. TYPE 1. ..................................
YELLOW 36 IN W. MIL-C-19002
CLOTH. DUCK COTTON. TYPE I. OLIVE DRAB 14 35 OZ......................................
36 IN W. FED CCC-C-419
CLOTH. DUCK COTTON, TYPE III, OLIVE DRAB 8 25 OZ ........................................
33 IN W. FED CCC-C-419
CLOTH, DUCK NYLON, TYPE III. OLIVE GREEN 725 OZ .........................................
40 IN W. MIL-C-7219
CLOTH. DUCK NYLON, TYPE III, SAGE GREEN 7 25 OZ .........................................
42 IN W. MIL-C-7219
CLOTH. KNITTED NYLON. SAGE GREEN 10 5 OZ 38 IN W. ..................................
MILL-C-8061
CLOTH. LAMINATED NYLON, RUBBER COATED. YELLOW ..................................
ONE SIDE. BLUE ONE SIDE, 38 IN W. MIL-C-23070.
VARIETY C
CORD, FIBROUS NYLON, TYPE I, 100 LB BREAKING...............................................
STRENGTH. NATURAL COLOR, 500 YD PER SPOOL.
MIL-C-5040
CORD. FIBROUS NYLON. TYPE 1, 100 LB BREAKING............................................
STRENGTH. OLIVE DRAB. 700 YD PER SPOOL. MIL-C-5040
CORD. FIBROUS NYLON. TYPE IA, 100 LB BREAKING ..........................................
STRENGTH. NATURAL COLOR. 700 YD PER SPOOL,
MIL-C-5040
CORD, FIBROUS NYLON, TYPE 111, 550 LB BREAKING..........................................
STRENGTH. NATURAL COLOR, 700 YD PER SPOOL,
MIL-C-5040
CORD. FIBROUS NYLON, TYPE XI. 300 LB BREAKING ..........................................
STRENGTH. NATURAL COLOR. 2.333 YD PER SPOOL.
MIL-C-7515
CORD. FIBROUS NYLON, TYPE Xl, 300 LB BREAKING ...........................................
STRENTH. OLIVE DRAB, 2.333 YD PER SPOOL. MIL-C-7515
ENAMEL: GRAY. LUSTERLESS. 1 PT PRESSURIZED CAN. ...................................
MIL-E-5558
ENAMEL OLIVE DRAB, SEMIGLOSS. 12 OZ PRESSURIZED....................................
CAN. FED TT-E-485. TYPE II
ENAMEL RED. FULL GLOSS. 1 PT PRESSURIZED CAN,........................................
FED TT-E-00488
FASTENER TAPE. HOOK BLACK. 2 IN W. NYLON, ................................................
MIL-F-21840. TYPE II
FASTENER TAPE. HOOK OLIVE GREEN. 1 IN W. NYLON. ..................................
MIL-F-21840. TYPE II
FASTENER TAPE, HOOK OLIVE GREEN. 2 IN W. NYLON,.....................................
MIL-F-21840. TYPE II
FASTENER TAPE. PILE: BLACK. 2 IN W. NYLON, ..................................................
MIL-F-21840. TYPE II
FASTENER TAPE. PILE OLIVE GREEN. 1 IN W. NYLON,.......................................
MIL-F-21840. TYPE II
FASTENER TAPE, PILE OLIVE GREEN, 2 IN W. NYLON,.........................................
MIL-F-21840. TYPE II
GREASE, AIRCRAFT AND INSTRUMENT 8 OZ TUBE ...............................................
MIL-0-3278
GROMMET. METALLIC SIZE 0 ....................................................................................
INK. MARKING. STENCIL BLACK. 1 PT CAN. FED TT-I-558 ..................................
LUBRICATING OIL, GENERAL PURPOSE 1 QT CAN.................................................
FED VV-1-800
METHYL ETHYL KETONE. TECHNICAL 1 GAL CAN.................................................
FED TT-M-201
NAPHTHA. AROMATIC 1 GAL CAN. FED TT-K-97, TYPE II .....................................
PIN, COTTER ................................................................................................................
Change 8
C-26.3/(C-26.4 blank)
(8)
QTY
INC
IN
U/M UNIT
EA
V
YD
V
YD
V
YD
V
YD
V
YD
V
YD
V
YD
V
YD
V
FT
V
FT
V
YD
V
YD
V
YD
V
YD
V
PT
V
OZ
V
PT
V
YD
V
YD
V
YD
V
FT
V
YD
V
YD
V
OZ
V
EA
PT
QT
V
V
V
GL
V
GL
EA
V
V
TM-55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION II. REPAIR PARTS(Continued)
(1)
ILLUS
TRATION
(a) (b)
FIG ITEM
NO. NO .
(2)
(3)
SMR
CODE
NATIONAL
STOCK
NUMBER
BULK
BULK
BULK
BULK
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
8030-00-081-2329
7930-00-634-3935
5350-00-240-2920
9310-00-160-7858
BULK
BULK
PAFZZ
PAFZZ
6810-00-270-9989
8135-00-272-9346
BULK
PAFZZ
7510-00-266-5006
BULK
PAFZZ
7510-00-515-0319
BULK
PAFZZ
8315-00-253-6287
BULK
PAFZZ
8315-00-231-8531
BULK
PAFZZ
8315-00-849-0208
BULK
PAFZZ
8315-00-176-8083
BULK
PAFZZ
8310-00-262-2770
BULK
PAFZZ
8310-00-262-2772
BULK
PAFZZ
8310-00-227-1244
BULK
PAFZZ
8310-00-262-2780
BULK
PAFZZ
6810-00-286-2285
BULK
PAFZZ
9160-00-285-2044
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-261-8579
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-753-6497
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-263-2472
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-411-5976
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-261-8585
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-082-5752
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-262-1665
BULK
PAFZZ
8305-00-350-5596
BULK
PBFZZ
9505-00-892-4616
BULK
PAFZZ
7510-00-582-4772
(4)
FSCM
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
SEALING COMPOUND: 10CC BOTTLE, MIL-S-22473, GRADE E ..................... CC
SOAP, LAUNDRY:CHIP,180 TO 200 LB DRUM,FED P-S-579 ............................. LB
STEEL WOOL. GRADE 00, 1 LB ROLL, FED F-F-740, TYPE I........................... LB
STENCILBOARD:OILED,36 1N. LG,24 1N. W,100 SHEETS................................ EA
PER PKG, FED UU-P-543. TYPE 11, GRADE I
TALC, TECHNICAL: POWDER, 1 LB CAN, FED ZZ-T-416, TYPE IV .................. LB
TAPE, GUMMED: PAPER, OPAQUE, BROWN, 2 IN. W, 600 FT. LG ROLL .... FT
FED PPP-T-45, TYPE (II, GRADE 8
TAPE PRESSURE SENSITIVE ADHESIVE:1 1N. W,TYPE I ................................ YD
OLIVE DRAB, CLOTH BACKING, OPAQUE, 60 YD ROLL, FED PPP-T-60
TAPE, PRESSURE SENSITIVE ADHESIVE: 2 IN. W, NATURAL COLDR .......... YD
GLASS. CLOTH BACKING. OPAQUE, 60 YD ROLL, MIL-T-4053
TAPE, TEXTILE: COTTON, TYPE 1, 1/2 IN. W, OLIVE DRAB............................ FT
70 LB BREAKING STRENGTH, MIL-T-43588, CLASS 4
TAPE, TEXTILE: NYLON, I IN. W, OLIVE DRAB.................................................. FT
MIL-T-43664
TAPE TEXTILE: NYLON, TYPE I 5/16 1N. W,SAGE GREEN............................... YD
350 LB BREAKING STRENGTH, 100 YD PER SPOOL, MIL-T-8383
TAPE, TEXTILE: NYLON, TYPE II, 3/4 IN. W, OLIVE DRAB .............................. FT
400 LB BREAKING STRENGTH, MIL-T-5038
THREAD. NYLON:SIZE NO. E NATURAL WHITE.............................................. YD
2,600 YD PER TUBE, FED V-T-295, TYPE I, CLASS I
THREAD, NYLON: SIZE NO. E, OLIVE DRAB ..................................................... YD
2,800 YD PER TUBE, FED V-T-295, TYPE 1, CLASS I
THREAD, NYLON: SIZE NO. FF, OLIVE DRAB ................................................... YD
1,362 YD PER TUBE, FED V-T-295, TYPE 1, CLASS I
THREAD, NYLON: SIZE NO. 6, OLIVE DRAB, 425 YD PER TUBE ................... YD
FEDV-T-295. TYPE I, CLASS I
TOLUENE-METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE MIXTURE: 1 GAL CAN ...................... GL
MIL-T-19588
WAX, PARAFFIN, TECHNICAL: LB CAKE, FED VV-W- 95 ............................. LB
TYPE I, GRADE A
WEBBING,TEXTILE: NYLON. TYPE IV, 1 IN.W.OLIVE DRAB ............................. FT
1,000 LB BREAKING STRENGTH, MIL-T.5038
WEBBING, TEXTILE: NYLON, TYPE IV, 1 IN. W, YELLOW ............................... FT
1,000 LB BREAKING STRENGTH, MIL-T-5038
WEBBING, TEXTILE: NYLON, TYPE IV, 1-1/2 IN. W, OLIVE DRAB................... FT
1,500 LB BREAKING STRENGTH, MIL-T-5038
WEBBING, TEXTILE, NYLON, TYPE IV, 1-1/2 IN. W. RED................................ FT
1,500 LB BREAKING STRENGTH, MIL-T-5038
WEBBING, TEXTILE: NYLON, TYPE VIII, 1-23/32 IN. W, OLIVE DRAB ............ FT
3,600 LB BREAKING STRENGTH, MIL-W4088
WEBBING, TEXTILE NYLON, TUBULAR, 1/2 IN. W .......................................... FT
NATURAL COLOR, W/YELLOW IDENTIFICATION YARNS,
1,000 LB BREAKING STRENGTH, MIL-W-5825
WEBBING, TEXTILE: NYLON, TUBULAR, 1-1/2 IN. W ...................................... FT
ORANGE-YELLOW, 1,800 LB BREAKING STRENGTH, MIL-W-17337
WEBBING. TEXTILE: NYLON. 7/16 IN. W, W/ONE LOOPED EDGE ............... FT
SAGE GREEN, 175 LB BREAKING STRENGTH, MIL-T-26089
WIRE, STEEL, CORROSION RESISTING: 0.080 IN. DIA ................................... LB
59.60 FT PER LB. 10 LB COIL. FED QQ-W-423
TAPE, FILAMENT REINFORCED, TYPE II CLASS B .......................................... RL
1 IN.W,NATURAL
V
V
V
V
C-27
QTY
U/M INC
USABLE
IN
ON
UNIT
CODE
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION III. TOOL AND TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS
SURVIVAL KITS
TOOL OR
TEST
EOUIPMENT
REFERENCE
CODE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
MAIN
CATEGORY
NOMENCLATURE
NATIONAL/NATO
STOCK NUMBER
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
AVUM
WRENCH.,TOROUE
ADAPTER.3/8 IN SQ. DRIVE
CROWFOOT,ATTACHMENT
WRENCH, TORQUE. 3/8 IN SQ. DRIVE
ADAPTER.1/2 IN SQ.DRIVE
BIT SET SCREWDRIVER
CLEANER,VACUUM
MANOMETER
SCALE, DIAL AND BEAM
SEPARATOR, OIL AND WATER
KNIFE SET, 3 HOLDER WIBLADES
HOT KNIFE.SEARING
SEWING MACHINE, MEDIUM
DRILL, ELECTRIC 1/4 IN PORTABLE
DRILLSET, TWIST
TOOL KIT CHUCK AND DIE SET
FACE SHIELD
MALLET, RAWHIDE
AWL.SADDLERS
BRUSH, STENCIL
BRUSH, DUSTING
PUNCH, LEATHER
TWEEZERS CRAFTSMAN
TESTER TS 2530A/UR
TESTSET ANPRM-32A
TESTSET ANR/TS-24
SEALING IRON, ELECTRIC
TEST SET, STROBE
5120-00-542-4489
5120-00-542-9219
5120-00 189-8403
5120-00-821-3441
5120-00-240-8703
5120-00-678-5057
7910-00-550-9123
6685-00-526-5323
6670-00-255-0239
4920-00-242-4100
5110-00-018-0952
5110 -00-029-9089
3530-00-852-4779
5130-00-889-8994
5133-00-293-0983
5180-00-341 4137
4240-00-965-1268
5120 00-293-3397
5120-00-223-8991
7520 00-248-9285
7920 00-240 6358
5110-00-596 9604
5120-00-233-6985
6625 00-238-0223
6625-00-013-9900
6625-01-128-8588
3540-00-956-4511
6625-01-085-9669
Change 1
C-28
TOOL
NUMBER
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION IV. NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER AND PART NUMBER
STOCK NUMBER
FIG.
ITEM
STOCK NUMBER
FIG.
AFM 64-5 OR TM 21-76
AFM 64-5 OR TM 21-76
AFM 64-5 OR TM 21-76
TM 10-1670-1
TM 55-1680-316-10
TM 55-1680-316-10
TM 55-1680-316-10
1005-00-835-9773
1095-00-208-7598
1095-00-208-7598
1305-00-301-1692
1305-00-301-1692
1305-00-322-6391
1305-00-322-6391
1370-00-309-5028
1370-00-309-5026
1370-00-309-5028
1370-00-309-5028
1370-00-309-5028
1370-00-309-5028
1370-00-490-7362
1370-00-782-6412
1660-00-849-9896
1660-00-849-9896
1660-00-849-9696
1680-00-849-9896
1670-00-200-4500
1670-00-264-8934
1670-00-264-8934
1670-00-887-2150
1670-00-887-2150
1670-00-667-2150
1680-00-082-2511
1680-00-082-2512
1680-00-082-2513
1660-00-082-2514
1660-00-082-2514
1680-00-082-2514
1680-00-140-3540
1680-00-148-9233
1680-00-148-9234
1680-00-187-5716
1680-00-205-0474
1680-00-205-0489
1660-00-205-0469
1680-00-205-0489
1680-00-223-5770
1680-00-223-5788
1680-00-223-5788
1680-00-237-2614
1680-00-251-8911
1680-00262-9730
1680-00-262-9733
1680-00-264-8972
1680-00-267-6941
1680-00-267-6942
1680-00-269-0327
1680-00-269-0328
1680-00-270-6610
1680-00-271-9747
1680-00-271-9746
1680-00-271-9749
1680-00-271-9749
1680-00-271-9785
1680-00-271-9786
1680-00-273-0795
1660-00-273-0607
1680-00-302-7616
1680-00-973-1661
1680-00-973-1862
1680-00-973-1863
1680-01-160-5618
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-5
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-8
C-7
C-8
C-7
C-8
C-7
C-8
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-2
C-S
C-6
C-8
C-7
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-9
C-9
C-10
C-10
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-3
C-2
C-1
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-6
C-5
C-4
C-8
C-8
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-9
C-10
C-9
C-8
C-8
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-9
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-9
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-8
20
5
8
24
22
22
10
21
18
22
15
19
14
17
6
5
19
5
23
7
20
17
2
2
2
3
9
4
8
27
26
30
1
1
1
2
2
2
1680-00-160-5618
1680-01-160-5618
1680-01-160-5618
1680-01-160-5618
1680-01-160-5618
1680-01-160-5618
2040-00-485-3018
2090-00-277-6563
4220-00-244-0764
4220.00-244-0764
4220-00-244-0764
4220-00-244-0764
4220-00-244-0764
4220-00-244-0764
4220-00-565-3276
4220-00-763-3766
4220-00-763-3766
4220-00-850-8655
4220-01-003-6763
4220-01-003-6763
4220-01-056-8667
4220-01-056-8667
4610-00-372-0592
4610-00-372-0592
5OC3586
5110-00-162-2205
5110-00-162-2205
5110-00-162-2205
5110-00-162-2205
5110-00-162-2205
5110-00-162-2205
5110-00-162-2205
5110-00-526-8470
5110-00-570-6896
5110-00-570-6896
5110-00-570-6896
5110-00-570-6896
5110-00-570-6896
5110-00-733-7129
5280-00-782-5306
5305-00-309-4354
5305-00-309-4364
5305-00-889-3000
5305-00-958-5451
5305-00-984-4988
5305-00-984-4989
5305-00-984-4989
5305-00-993-0191
5306-00-156-2696
5310-00-207-8922
5310-00-207-8922
5310-00-207-8922
5310-00-207-8922
5310-00-468-8566
5310-00-515-7449
5310-00-638-9857
5310-00-638-9857
5310-00-638-9857
5310-00-638-9857
5325-00-182-9945
5325-00-276-4908
5325-00-276-4978
534000-279-2992
5340-00-342-9586
5340-00-342-9566
5340-00-996-0612
5345-01-214-1050
5345-01-214-1050
5345-01-214-1050
5345-01-214-1050
5345-01-214-1050
5360-0
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-7
C-8
C-3
C-3
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-3
C-3
C-6
C-8
C-3
C-6
C-3
C-6
C-3
C-6
C-2
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-7
C-8
C-5
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-2
C-2
C-7
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-9
C-10
C-9
C-10
C-9
C-10
C-10
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-10
C-10
C-9
C-9
C-7
C-8
C-8
C-9
C-10
C-9
C-1
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
1
1
1
1
5
2
5
16
14
11
19
26
16
27
33
18
21
5
9
1
32
15
13
20
Change 8
C-29
ITEM
4
18
8
12
26
7
15
1B
21
1B
19
14
31
4
4
28
20
17
9
7
10
13
7
10
12
12
10
26
17
7
21
12
19
26
22
6
17
11
10
15
24
30
8
13
17
16
23
29
7
12
7
8
10
25
14
31
12
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION IV. NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER AND PART NUMBER
STOCK NUMBER
FIG.
ITEM
STOCK NUMBER
FIG.
5360-00-283-3543
5820-00-782-5308
60C40304
60C90303
6135-00-073-8939
6135-00-073-8939
6135-00-838-0706
6135-00-838-0706
6230-00-401-2285
6230-00-401-2285
6230-00-938-1778
6230-00-938-1778
6260-00-840-5578
6260-00-840-5578
6350-00-105-1252
6350-00-261-9772
6350-00-261-9772
6350-00-261-9772
6350-00-261-9772
6350-00-261-9772
6350-00-261-9772
6505-00-183-9419
6505-00-183-9419
6505-00-183-9419
6505-00-914-3593
6505-00-914-3593
6505-00-914-3593
6505-01-121-2335
6505-01-121-2335
6505-01-265-0079
6505-01-265-0079
6505-01-265-0079
6510-00-159-4883
6510-00-159-4883
6510-00-200-3180
6510-00-200-3180
6510-00-200-3180
6510-00-201-1755
6510-00-201-1755
6510-00-201-1755
6510-00-913-7909
6510-00-913-7909
6510-00-913-7909
6510-01-094-6142
6510-01-094-6142
6510-01-094-6142
6515-00-383-0565
6530-00-105-1252
6530-00-112-0160
6530-00-112-0160
6530-00-112-0160
6545-00-152-1578
6545-00-231-9421
6545-00-478-6504
6545-00-853-6309
6545-00-853-6309
6545-00-853-6309
6545-01-094-6136
6545-01-094-6136
6545-01-094-6136
6545-01-094-8412
6545-01-094-8412
6545-01-094-8412
6545-01-120-2632
6605-00-151-5337
6605-00-515-5637
6605-00-515-5637
6605-00-515-5637
6605-00-515-5637
6605-00-515-5637
6605-00-515-5637
6605-00-515-5637
C-9
C-8
C-2
C-2
C-7
C-8
C-7
C-8
C-7
C-8
C-7
C-8
C-2
C-5
C-7
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-1
C-3
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-1
C-2
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-1
C-2
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-7
C-8
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-8
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-2
C-3
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-3
C-7
C-7
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-5
21
9
6605-01-121-2335
6605-01-121-2335
6605-01-121-2335
6840-00-142-8965
6850-00-270-9966
6850-00-270-9966
6850-00-965-7166
6850-00-965-7166
6850-00-965-7166
7210-00-935-6667
7210-00-935-6667
7210-00-935-6667
7210-00-935-6667
7210-00-935-6667
7210-00-935-6667
7210-00-935-6667
7330-00-082-2396
7330-00-082-2396
7330-00-082-2396
7330-00-213-7173
7330-00-213-7173
7330-00-213-7173
7340-00-098-4327
7340-00-098-4327
7340-00-170-8374
7340-00-170-8374
7340-00-170-8374
7340-00-170-8374
7340-00-170-8374
7920-00-240-2555
7920-00-240-2555
8315-00-106-5973
8315-00-106-5974
8340-00-236-4012
8340-00-236-4012
8405-01-100-0976
8415-00-201-9097
8415-00-201-9096
8415-00-270-0229
8415-00-270-0229
8415-00-270-0229
8415-00-935-3130
8415-00-935-3130
8415-00-935-3130
8415-00-935-3130
8415-00-935-3130
8465-00-177-4818
8465-00-177-4819
8465-00-254-8803
8465-00-254-8803
8465-00-254-8803
8465-00-254-8803
8465-00-254-8803
8465-00-265-4925
8465-00-265-4925
8465-00-265-4925
8465-00-265-4925
8465-00-265-4925
8465-00-300-2138
8465-00-485-3034
8465-00-485-3034
8465-00-485-3034
8465-00-485-3034
8465-00-485-3034
8465-00-485-3034
8465-00-634-4499
8465-00-973-4807
8465-01-131-7921
8465-01-131-7921
8465-01-179-8096
8465-01-174-2355
8960-00-916-4201
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-7
C-3
C-6
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-7
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-7
C-8
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-6
C-8
C-6
C-8
C-8
C-4
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-8
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-7
C-7
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-7
C-8
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-7
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-7
C-1
C-2
C-5
C-7
C-7
C-1
5
13
14
9
7
8
17
20
13
25
15
11
9
3
16
15
10
8
11
6
22
16
9
6
16
7
6
7
Change 5
C-30
ITEM
15
11
16
10
15
4
13
10
11
8
9
18
12
16
14
21
5
19
23
12
15
12
19
27
8
13
14
24
24
23
2
3
21
23
19
20
24
22
26
17
2
1
5
16
11
4
6
3
8
3
4
9
19
24
21
20
18
11
22
21
16
3
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION IV. NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER AND PART NUMBER INDEX
STOCK NUMBER
FIG.
NO.
8960-00-916-4201
8960-00-916-4201
8970-00-082-5665
8970-00-082-5665
8970-00-082-5665
8960-00-916-4201
8960-00-916-4201
8960-00-916-4201
8970-00-082-5665
8970-00-085-5665
8970-00-082-5665
8970-00-062-5665
9110-00-263-9865
9110-00-263-9865
9110-00-263-9865
9110-00-263-9865
9110-00-263-9865
9525-00-596-3498
9525-00-596-3498
9525-00-596-3498
9525-00-596-3498
9905-00-269-8281
9920-01-154-7199
9920-01-154-7199
9920-01-154-7199
9920-01-154-7199
9820-01-154-7199
1680-01-233-0061
1680-01-233-0061
1680-01-233-0061
1680-01-233-0061
1680-01-233-0061
1680-01-233-0061
1680-01-233-0061
C-4
C-6
C-4
C-6
C-8
C-1
C-4
C-6
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-5
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-1
C-2
C-4
C-5
C-9
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-7
C-8
ITEM
NO.
STOCK NUMBER
6
3
10
11
11
3
6
3
13
3
14
13
14
16
18
12
15
17
4
9
4
1
19
11
5
3
6
4
6
3
8
3
16
Change 5
C-31
FIG.
NO.
ITEM
NO.
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
SECTION IV. NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER AND PART NUMBER INDEX
PART NUMBER
AN/PRC-90
AN/PRC-90
AN24-14
AN960C418L
AN960C6L
AN960C6L
AN960C6L
AN960C6L
AW2C1
AW2C1
AW2C1
AW2C1
AW2C1
AW2C1
BA-1568/4
BA-1574/H
BA-1574/U
CL211C2-1
CL211C2-10
DDDB0035
DDDB0035
DDDB0035
EE-M-101
EE-M-101
EE-M-101
FGIC
FGIC
L-S-626
L-S-626
LD165580
LD165580
LD165580
LD165580
LD165580
LD165580
LP/PDES3-82
LP/PDES3-82
LP/PDES76-64
LP410P
MIL-B-18-267
MIL-B-36964B
MIL-B-40042
MIL-B-40042
MIL-B-40042
MIL-B-40042
MIL-B-8571
MIL-B-8571
MIL-B-8571
MIL-B-8571
MIL-B-8571
MIL-B-8571
MIL-B-8571
MIL-C-10436
MIL-C-25539
MIL-C-25539
MIL-C-3030
MIL-C-3030
MIL-D-5531
MIL-D-55310
MIL-E-101
MIL-E-101
MIL-F-10605
MIL-F-10605
MIL-F-10605
MIL-F-10605
MIL-F-10605
MIL-F-21840
MIL-F-21840
MIL-F-40042
MIL-F-43231
MIL-F-43231
MIL-F-43231
FSCM
80058
80058
88044
88044
88044
88044
88044
88044
61349
61349
61349
61349
61349
81349
90303
90303
90303
80206
80206
813489
81348
81348
81349
81349
81349
18560
18560
80244
80244
10001
10001
10001
10001
10001
10001
81337
81337
81337
80049
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81348
81348
81348
81348
81348
81348
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81337
81337
81349
81349
81349
81349
FIG.
NO.
C-7
C-8
C-9
C-9
C-10
C-10
C-9
C-9
C-1
C-2
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-3
C-8
C-7
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-7
C-8
C-3
C-6
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-2
C-5
C-1
C-8
C-7
C-7
C-1
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-7
C-7
C-2
C-5
C-7
C-8
C-3
C-6
C-1
C-2
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-8
C-8
C-2
C-1
C2
C-3
ITEM
NO.
21
9
15
16
29
23
7
12
16
9
16
7
6
6
15
5
3
6
8
13
6
5
19
5
23
7
21
16
22
4
9
4
3
8
3
9
19
24
21
20
18
11
22
14
9
15
19
17
9
19
11
14
16
18
12
15
14
6
13
3
14
PART NUMBER
FSCM
FIG.
NO.
MIL-F-43231
MIL-F-43231
MIL-F-43231
MIL-F-6218
MIL-F-6218
MIL-F-6218
MIL-F-62181
MIL-F-62181
MIL-F-62181
MIL-I-11489
MIL-I-11489
MIL-I-11489
MIL-I-11489
MIL-I-11489
MIL-K-25594
MIL-K-8180
MIL-K-8180
MIL-K-8180
MIL-K-8180
MIL-K-8180
MIL-K-8180
MIL-K-8180
MIL-K-866L
MIL-K-8662
MIL-K-38217
MIL-L38217
MIL-L-83491
MIL-L-83491
MIL-L-83491
MIL-L-83491
MIL-M-18371
MIL-M-18371
MIL-M-18371
MIL-M-18371
MIL-M-18371
MIL-M-18371
MIL-M-18371
MIL-M-18371
MIL-M-43371
MIL-M-43371
MIL-P-43700
MIL-S-17980
MIL-S-17980
MIL-S-81941
MIL-S-9964
MIL-S-9964
MIL-S-9964
MIL-S-9964
MIL-S-9964
MIL-T-36045
MIL-T-7249
MIL-T-7249
MIL-W-1053
MIL-W-1053
MIL-W-1053
MIL-W-1053
MIL-W-1053
MIL-W-15117
MIL-W-15117
MIL-W-15117
MIL-W-283
MIL-W-283
MIL-W-283
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81349
81337
81337
81337
81349
81349
81349
C-5
C-4
C-6
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-8
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-5
C-7
C-8
C-7
C-7
C-8
C-3
C-3
C-6
C-6
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-7
C-8
C-3
C-6
C-2
C-3
C-6
C-8
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-7
C-1
C-4
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-7
C-8
C-1
C-4
C-6
C-1
C-2
C-3
SUNBLOCK 15
04516
C-2
MS22017
MS22017
MS22017
MS25281F2
MS27983-3
MS27983-4
96906
96906
96906
96906
96906
96906
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-10
C-8
C-8
Change 4
C-32
ITEM
NO.
13
10
11
15
18
21
18
19
14
20
24
22
25
17
10
7
10
13
7
10
12
12
23
19
5
13
28
20
8
17
20
13
25
15
7
16
23
19
23
15
4
17
26
3
24
24
5
16
11
3
6
3
27
26
30
31
7
8
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SECTION IV. NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER AND PART NUMBER INDEX
PART NUMBER
MS35190-239
MS35206-212
MS35203-228
MS35206-229
MS35206-229
MS35206-230
NAS560XK-3-4
NAS560XK-3-4
NDC-72-5400-04
NDC-72-5400-04
NDC-72-5400-04
NDC-72-5400-04
NDC-72-5400-4
NDC00034-2340-01
NDC00034-2340-01
NDC00034-2340-01
NDC00085-0066-03
NDC00085-0066-03
NDC00085-0066-03
NO REF
NO REF
NO REF
NO REF
NO REF
NO REF
NO REF
NO REF
NO REF
QQW321
QQW321
QQW321
QQW321
SS#A8
SS#A8
SS#A8
SS#A8
SS#A8
VF106
VF106
VF106
00501
1-653
11-1-0311
11-1-0311
11-1-168
11-1-168
11-1-170
11-1-170
11-1-172
11-1-172
11-1-1783
11-1-1783
11-1-1783
11-1-1795-1
11-1-1795-2
11-1-1797
11-1-1797
11-1-1798-1
11-1-1798-2
11-1-189
11-1-190-1
11-1-190-2
11-1-192
11-1-192
11-1-192
11-1-1960
11-1-1961
11-1-1961
11-1-1962
11-1-1962
11-1-1969
11-1-1970
FSCM.
96906
96906
96906
96906
96906
96906
80205
80205
13811
13811
13811
13811
13811
05161
05161
05161
04542
04542
04542
81348
81348
81348
81348
62444
62444
62444
62444
62444
81348
81348
81348
80882
89875
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
81337
FIG.
NO.
C-10
C-10
C-9
C-10
C-9
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-1
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-2
C-3
C-1
C-1
C-1
C-2
C-2
C-3
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-2
C-1
C-4
C-5
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-7
C-8
C-8
C-7
C-7
C-2
C-3
C-1
C-1
C-2
C-2
C-3
C-3
C-7
C-7
C-7
C-8
C-8
C-7
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-3
C-1
C-2
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-5
C-4
C-4
C-6
C-6
C-9
C-9
ITEMNO.
PART NUMBER
11-1-1979
11-1-1981-2
11-1-1983
11-1-1990
11-1-1991
11-1-1992-1
11-1-1992-2
11-1-1995
11-1-1999
11-1-2004-1
11-1-2004-2
11-1-2005
11-1-2005
11-1-2005
11-1-2006
11-1-2006
11-1-2006
11-1-2012-1
11-1-2012-2
11-1-2021
11-1-2022-1
11-1-2022-2
11-1-2023-1
11-1-2023-2
11-1-2026
11-1-2028
11-1-2028
11-1-2028
11-1-2030
11-1-2031
11-1-2031
11-1-2037
11-1-2040
11-1-2040
11-1-2042
11-1-2046
11-1-2054
11-1-2055
11-1-2055
11-1-2055
11-1-2055
11-1-2898
11-1-298-1
11-1-311
11-1-468-1
11-1-468-2
11-1-960
22K2-048
22K2-62
22K2-62
22K2-62
22K2-62
45D18813
50C3586
56B3857
59B3778
60C40304
60C90302
60C90303
6000D7047-1
6000D7047-1
67C46306-10
67C46306-10
67F45692
7553580
7553580
7791073
8702
8702
8702
8702
8702
22
10
6
17
11
28
19
12
11
9
15
11
16
10
13
8
11
10
11
8
4
17
9
4
12
6
17
10
6
12
16
23
20
25
20
1
2
3
18
22
5
1
1
1
2
2
2
23
17
10
1
C-33
FSCM
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
21337
72962
72962
72962
72962
72962
80049
98752
80049
80049
98752
97852
97852
27934
27934
97852
97852
97852
19200
19200
19204
62561
62561
62651
62561
92651
FIG.
NO.
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-9
C-9
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-9
C-9
C-9
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-10
C-9
C-9
C-10
C-9
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-9
C-7
C-7
C-1
C-8
C-8
C-5
C-9
C-10
C-10
C-9
C-9
C-3
C-2
C-3
C-3
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-7
C-8
C-3
C-6
C-7
C-7
C-8
C-8
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
ITEM
NO.
20
14
18
15
16
26
27
13
1
19
18
14
21
5
1
1
1
21
20
5
6
2
7
3
32
8
4
33
21
5
9
11
2
14
25
9
2
2
2
3
2
18
1
14
17
30
24
13
8
26
31
4
7
17
20
4
4
14
18
21
4
18
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SECTION IV. NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER AND PART NUMBER INDEX (Continued)
FSCM
FIG.
NO.
ITEMNO.
PART NUMBER
8702
62651
C-7
8
8702
62651
C-8
1
SL3
1HP49
C-1
4
SL3
1HP49
C-2
6
SL3
1HP49
C-3
3
SL3
1HP49
C-4
8
SL3
1HP49
C-5
3
SL3
1HP49
C-7
16
SL3
1HP49
C-8
PART NUMBER
C-34
FSCM
FIG.
NO.
ITEM
NO.
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INDEX
Paragraph,
Figure, Table
Number
Subject
A
Aircraft, OV-1 Survival Vest . .............................................................................................................. 2-16, 2-17, F2-27
through F2-30, FC-8
Assembly, Lid ........................................................................................................................................................FC-10
Assembly, Stiffener and Housing Latch . ................................................................................................................ F2-38
Attaching Strap .............................................................................................................................................F-2-8, F2-9
B
C
Canopy Release and Quick Release Handle (RSSK) ................................................................................... 2-18, F2-37
Cleaning .................................................................................................................................................................... 2-6
Codes .......................................................................................................................................................................C-3
Cold Climate Individual Survival Kit ................................................................................................... 1-8a, 2-12, F2-40,
FC-2
Components .............................................................................................................................................................. 1-9
Construction Details ................................................................................................................................ F2-13 through
F2-17
D
Data for Survival Equipment .................................................................................................................................... 1-11
Definitions .................................................................................................................................................................B-3
Description ................................................................................................................................................................ 1-8
Components .............................................................................................................................................................. 1-9
Hazardous Components .......................................................................................................................................... 1-10
Destruction of Material .............................................................................................................................................. 1-3
Dictionaries ...............................................................................................................................................................A-1
Disposal ....................................................................................................................................................................A-5
E
Equipment and Supplies, Maintenance of ..................................................................................................................A-4
Equipment Bag and Drop Line.................................................................................................................... 2-18, F2-35A
F
Fitting Area for Life Support Equipment .................................................................................................................... 3-4
G
Grommet Repair .............................................................................................................................................. 2-9, F2-2
I-1
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
INDEX - Continued
Paragraph,
Figure, Table
Number
Subject
H
Handle Replacement................................................................................................................................................ F2-6
Hazardous Components .......................................................................................................................................... 1-10
Hot Climate Individual Survival Kit ....................................................................................................... 1-8a, 2-12, F2-1,
F2-5 through F2-10, F2-39, FC-1
I
Individual Survival Kits
Cold Climate .......................................................................................................................... 1-8a,2-13, F2-12,
F2-40, FC-2
Hot Climate .............................................................................................................................. 1-8a,2-12, F2-1,
F2-5 through F2-10, F2-39, FC-1
Individual, OV-1 ....................................................................................................................... 1-8b, 2-16, F1-2,
F2-27, FC-8
Overwater ............................................................................................................................... 1-8a, 2-14, F2-18
through F2-22, FC-3
Rigid Seat Survival Kit (RSSK), OV-1 Aircraft ......................................................................... 1-8d, 2-18, F1-4,
F2-31 through F2-38, FC-4, FC-5, FC-6, FC-9
Typical ...............................................................................................................................................F1-1, F2-7
Inspection . ............................................................................................................................................. 2-1 through 2-3
J
K
Kits, Individual Survival
Cold Climate .......................................................................................................................... 1-8a, 2-13, F2-12,
F2-40, FC-2
Hot Climate ............................................................................................................................. 1-8a,2-12, F2-1,
F2-5 through F2-10, F2-39, FC-1
Individual, OV-1........................................................................................................................ 1-8b, 2-16, F1-2,
F2-27, FC-8
Overwater ............................................................................................................................... 1-8a, 2-14, F2-18
through F2-22, FC-3
Rigid Seat Survival Kit (RSSK), OV-1 Aircraft ......................................................................... 1-8d, 2-18, F1-4,
F2-31 through F2-38, FC-4, FC-5, FC-6, FC-9
Typical .............................................................................................................................................F1-1,F2-72Knots ............................................................................................................................................................ 2-11, F2-4
I-2
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
INDEX - Continued
Paragraph,
Figure, Table
Number
Subject
L
Lid Assembly .........................................................................................................................................................FC-10
Life Raft ............................................................................................................................................ 2-14, F2-19, F2-21
Life Support Equipment
Fitting Area .................................................................................................................................................... 3-4
Storage Area ............................................................................................................................................ 3-3,3-5
Work Area ................................................................................................................................................ 3-1,3-2
Logistics ........................................................... ....................................................................................................... A-3
M
MAC (Maintenance and Allocation Chart)...................................................................................................................B-1
Maintenance and Services ........................................................................................................................ 2-3, 2-4, T2-1
Maintenance of Supplies and Equipment ................................................................................................................. A-4
Modification of Radio Pocket ................................................................................................................................... 2-17
N
NSN (National Stock Number)................................................................................................................................... C-5
O
OV-1 Aircraft Survival Vest ................................................................................................................. 2-16, 2-17, F2-27
through F2-30, FC-8
Overwater Individual Survival Kit ....................................................................................................... 1-8a, F2-18, FC-3
P
Packing Details for Survival Kits ............................................................................................................. F2-39, F2-40,
F2-41
Packing Survival Equipment
Individual Cold Climate Survival Kit ................................................................................................ 2-13, F2-12
Individual Hot Climate Survival Kit ....................................................................................... 2-12, F2-7, F2-10,
F2-11
Individual Overwater Survival Kit......................................................................................... 2-14, F2-18, F2-20
Rigid Seat Survival Kit, (RSSK), OV-1 Aircraft ................................................................................ 2-18, F2-31
through F2-38
Survival Vest, SRU-21/P ..................................................................................................... 2-15, F2-23, F2-24
Tarpaulin .................................................................................................................................................. F2-11
Parts, Repair ............................................................................................................................................................ C-1
Pocket, Radio ........................................................................................................................................................ F2-17
Publications ..............................................................................................................................................................A-2
I-3
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
INDEX - Continued
Paragraph,
Figure, Table
Number
Subject
Q
R
References
Codes ...........................................................................................................................................................C-3
Definitions ....................................................................................................................................................B-3
Dictionaries ...................................................................................................................................................A-1
Disposal ........................................................................................................................................................A-5
Logistics .......................................................................................................................................................A-3
Maintenance Allocation Chart ........................................................................................................................B-1
Maintenance of Supplies and Equipment .......................................................................................................A-4
National Stock Number (NSN) .......................................................................................................................C-5
Publications ..................................................................................................................................................A-2
Repair Parts and Special Tools List ..............................................................................................................C-2
Repair Instructions
Attaching Strap ....................................................................................................................................F2-8, F2-9
Construction Details ...................................................................................................................... F2-13 through
F2-17
Grommet Repair . .................................................................................................................................. 2-9, F2-2
Replacing Handle ......................................................................................................................................... F2-6
Searing and Waxing........................................................................................................................................ 2-8
Sewing ....................................................................................................................................... 2-7, F2-1, T2-2,
T2-3
Snap Repair ........................................................................................................................................ 2-10, F2-3
Repair Parts ...............................................................................................................................................................C5
Rigid Seat Survival Kit, (RSSK), OV-1 Aircraft ..................................................................................... 1-8d, 2-18, F1-4,
F2-31 through F2-38, FC-4 through FC-6, FC-9
S
Service and Maintenance .......................................................................................................................... 2-3, 2-4, T2-1
Sewing ....................................................................................................................................................2-7, F2-1, T2-2,
T2-3
Snap Repair ................................................................................................................................................... 2-10, F2-3
Special Tools .............................................................................................................................................................C-2
SRU-21/P Survival Vest ....................................................................................................................... 1-8c, 2-15, F1-3,
F2-23, F2-24, FC-7
SRU-31/P Packet 1 and 2 ....................................................................................................................................... 2-28
Stiffener and Housing Latch Assembly .......................................................................................................... 2-18, F2-38
Storage Area for Life Support Equipment ............................................................................................................ 3-3, 3-5
Strap, Attaching .............................................................................................................................................F2-8, F2-9
I-4
TM 55-1680-317-23&P
INDEX - Continued
Paragraph,
Figure, Table
Number
Subject
S - Continued
Survival Kits
Cold Climate............................................................................................................................ 1-8a,2-13, F2-12,
F2-40, FC-2
Hot Climate ............................................................................................................................... 1-8a,2-12, F2-1,
F2-5 through F2-10, F2-39, FC-1
Individual, OV-1 ........................................................................................................................ 1-8b,2-16, F1-2,
F2-27, FC-8
Overwater ............................................................................................................................... 1-8a, 2-14, F2-18
through F2-22, FC-3
Rigid Seat Survival Kit (RSSK), OV-1 Aircraft ......................................................................... 1-8d, 2-18, F1-4,
F2-31 through F2-38, FC-4 through FC-6, FC-9
Typical ...............................................................................................................................................F1-1, F2-7
Survival Vest, SRU-21/P....................................................................................................................... 1-8c, 2-15, F1-3,
F2-23, F2-24, FC-7
Assembly and Stowage ...................................................................................................................... 2-16, F2-25
Construction Details .......................................................................................................................... 2-16, F2-23
Radio ............................................................................................................................................... 2-16, F2-26
T
Tarpaulin................................................................................................................................................................ F2-11
Tools, Special ............................................................................................................................................................C-2
Training.................................................................................................................................................................... 1-12
U
Usable on Codes .......................................................................................................................................................C-4
V
Vest, Survival, OV-1 Aircraft ................................................................................................................ 2-16,2-17, F2-27
through F2-30, FC-8
Vest, Survival, SRU-21/P...................................................................................................................... 1-8c, 2-15, F1-3,
F2-23, F2-24, FC-7
W
Work Area for Life Support Equipment................................................................................................................. 3-1,3-2
1-5/(I-6 blank)
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U.S. ARMY AVIATION AND MISSILE COMMAND
ATTN: AMSAM-MMC -MA-NP
REDSTONE ARSENAL, AL 35898-5230
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The Metric System and Equivalents
Linear Measure
Liquid Measure
1 centiliter = 10 milliters = .34 fl. ounce
1 deciliter = 10 centiliters = 3.38 fl. ounces
1 liter = 10 deciliters = 33.81 fl. ounces
1 dekaliter = 10 liters = 2.64 gallons
1 hectoliter = 10 dekaliters = 26.42 gallons
1 kiloliter = 10 hectoliters = 264.18 gallons
1 centimeter = 10 millimeters = .39 inch
1 decimeter = 10 centimeters = 3.94 inches
1 meter = 10 decimeters = 39.37 inches
1 dekameter = 10 meters = 32.8 feet
1 hectometer = 10 dekameters = 328.08 feet
1 kilometer = 10 hectometers = 3,280.8 feet
Square Measure
Weights
1 sq. centimeter = 100 sq. millimeters = .155 sq. inch
1 sq. decimeter = 100 sq. centimeters = 15.5 sq. inches
1 sq. meter (centare) = 100 sq. decimeters = 10.76 sq. feet
1 sq. dekameter (are) = 100 sq. meters = 1,076.4 sq. feet
1 sq. hectometer (hectare) = 100 sq. dekameters = 2.47 acres
1 sq. kilometer = 100 sq. hectometers = .386 sq. mile
1 centigram = 10 milligrams = .15 grain
1 decigram = 10 centigrams = 1.54 grains
1 gram = 10 decigram = .035 ounce
1 decagram = 10 grams = .35 ounce
1 hectogram = 10 decagrams = 3.52 ounces
1 kilogram = 10 hectograms = 2.2 pounds
1 quintal = 100 kilograms = 220.46 pounds
1 metric ton = 10 quintals = 1.1 short tons
Cubic Measure
1 cu. centimeter = 1000 cu. millimeters = .06 cu. inch
1 cu. decimeter = 1000 cu. centimeters = 61.02 cu. inches
1 cu. meter = 1000 cu. decimeters = 35.31 cu. feet
Approximate Conversion Factors
To change
To
inches
feet
yards
miles
square inches
square feet
square yards
square miles
acres
cubic feet
cubic yards
fluid ounces
pints
quarts
gallons
ounces
pounds
short tons
pound-feet
pound-inches
centimeters
meters
meters
kilometers
square centimeters
square meters
square meters
square kilometers
square hectometers
cubic meters
cubic meters
milliliters
liters
liters
liters
grams
kilograms
metric tons
Newton-meters
Newton-meters
Multiply by
To change
2.540
.305
.914
1.609
6.451
.093
.836
2.590
.405
.028
.765
29,573
.473
.946
3.785
28.349
.454
.907
1.356
.11296
ounce-inches
centimeters
meters
meters
kilometers
square centimeters
square meters
square meters
square kilometers
square hectometers
cubic meters
cubic meters
milliliters
liters
liters
liters
grams
kilograms
metric tons
To
Newton-meters
inches
feet
yards
miles
square inches
square feet
square yards
square miles
acres
cubic feet
cubic yards
fluid ounces
pints
quarts
gallons
ounces
pounds
short tons
Temperature (Exact)
°F
Fahrenheit
temperature
5/9 (after
subtracting 32)
Celsius
temperature
°C
Multiply by
.007062
.394
3.280
1.094
.621
.155
10.764
1.196
.386
2.471
35.315
1.308
.034
2.113
1.057
.264
.035
2.205
1.102
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