Figure 4-4. Tiedown diagram for MW24C scoop loader in C-141
Figure 4-2. Tiedown diagram for bucket in C-130 aircraft.
g. Restraint factors (g loads) for minimum ac-
ceptable conditions specified for crew and passenger
safety in the event of a controlled emergency landing
are specified in applicable aircraft TO. Tiedown
show representative tiedown patterns, and the tables
show the tiedown devices required (provided aboard
aircraft), tiedown points on the carrier, and cor-
Figure 4-5. Tiedown diagram for MW24C scoop loader in C-5
responding fitting on the aircraft floor to which the
devices are secured. Tiedowns will be applied as
directed by the aircraft loadmaster.
4-6. Transport by US Army Aircraft
The scoop loader exceeds size and weight limitations
for transport by US Army fixed or rotary wing
Figure 4-3. Tiedown diagram for MW24C scoop in C-130
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