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Appendix K Sling Load Operations The use of air assets continues to be an essential part of the munitions distribution system in both emergency and routine resupply operations. Aug 06, 2018  COURSE INFORMATION: The Sling Load Inspector Certification Course (SLICC) is a fiveday course conducted by the Sling Load Office under the USAQMS. The mission of the course is to train E4s and above in basic sling load operations, and ultimately to certify personnel from all services as sling load inspectors.

different units and elements involved in sling load operations, the capabilities and characteristics of the equipment used, the basics of sling load theory, ground crew safety procedures and responsibilities, and the hand and arm signals. TM and this manual, this manual is the governing authority for training and flight evaluation purposes only.

TM is the governing authority for operation of the aircraft. Note: Effective 1 October 1997 all Army loads will require an inspection by a qualified Sling Load Inspector. See Appendix I. This manual is one of a series of manuals for aviation and ground Figure B6. Hand and Army Signals: Wave Off Do Not Land; Stop; Release Sling Load Figure B7. Hand and Arm Signals: Move Hook Down or Up (CH54 Note: Army loads must be inspected by a qualified sling load inspector prior to the arrival of the supporting aircraft.

This manual is one of a series of manuals for aviation and ground personnel who perform helicopter sling load Sling load will likely continue to play an important role in the sustainment of forces in Afghanistan, especially as U. S. forces increase there. The QMS will continue to support the effort. Nov 01, 2017 Sling Load Course Manuals. These Manuals have been produced in Portable Document Format (PDF). This format will allow all viewers to browse the file on line and or save the file, with Adobe Reader.

Air Assault School. Purpose: To train Soldiers in Air Assault operations, slingload operations, and rappelling. Upon graduation of the course each Soldier will be able to perform skills required to make maximum use of helicopter assets in training and in combat to support their unit operations. Note: Effective 1 October 1997 all Army loads will require an inspection by a qualified Sling Load Inspector. See Appendix I. This manual is one of a series of manuals for aviation and ground personnel who perform helicopter sling load MULTISERVICE HELICOPTER SLING LOAD: BASIC OPERATIONS AND EQUIPMENT This manual is one of a series of manuals for aviation and ground personnel All services participate in the sling load certification program begun by the Army in 1984.

These manuals include standardized rigging procedures and other information from that program. This manual combines the three facets of aerial delivery, airdrop, airland, and sling load, in one overarching distributionrelated manual. The references to airland operations included in this This publication applies to the Active Army, the Army National GuardArmy National Guard of the United States, and the US Army Reserve unless otherwise stated.

The proponent of this publication is the US Army Training and Doctrine Command.