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NEW USGI 82nd Airborne Eagle Industries Parachutist Drop Backpack (PDB) - ACU DIGITAL (MADE IN USA)

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FOR SALE Sila lawati page tactical military outdoor kami di Facebook https://www.facebook.com/edham.kamal Page https://www.facebook.com/malaysiamilitary/ IG https://www.instagram.com/tomhet83/ USGI 82nd Airborne Eagle Industries Parachutist Drop Backpack (PDB) - ACU DIGITAL Small — 23 x 16 x 12 in 4400 cu in (BOLE PAKAI LUAR DALAM ADA 2 PENYANDANG) BRAND NEW!! Additional Information: MANUFACTURED BY: Eagle Industries NSN: 8415-01-536-5636 PDB-SL-SPR-W-HW-UCA-FG MADE IN USA The Paratrooper lowers his equipment at 200' this bag makes that safer and easier for the highly trained soldier with the right equipment. It streamlines the Paratrooper for a better aircraft exit and improves safety with less to snap on. It gets rid of the kit bag saving weight and simplifying things helping to declutter to soldier in airborne operations. Once done with the jump the Paratrooper can turn the PDB inside out (to retain all the HSPR strappage) and use it as a kit bag. For those interested here is some information on how to use the bag: Loads in the parachutist drop bag are rigged as follows: The parachutist drop bag (PDB) will be laid out with the hardware side facing down and all straps let out. When correctly laid out the camouflage side with the shoulder straps on the outer side of the PDB will be facing down. Then open the PDB completely.The packs are placed inside the PDB ensuring that the hip pads of the packs are facing down.After the load has been centered close the PDB and secure the slide fastener.Roll and secure the Single point release cover using the snap fasteners provided.Secure the top center compression strap by connecting the snap hook to the quick fit "V" ring. Ensure that the top center compression strap is routed under both sides of the release handle cross strap. Then tighten and secure both ends of the strap. Fasten the two horizontal and two vertical compression straps and tighten ensuring all excess is secured and that the load remains centered in the PDB.Ensure that the permanent attaching straps are secured in the retainer flaps provided.Route the release handle between the two plies of the release handle cross strap ensuring the release handle lanyard is not twisted. The release handle should face away from the attaching loopsWith the snap hook for the adjustable "D" ring-attaching strap facing the PDB route the black attaching loop through the triangle link. Then route the white attaching loop through the black attaching loop. Then route the red attaching loop through the white attaching loop. Route the red attaching loop through the grommet on the female portion leg strap release assembly. Ensure that the cable loop retainer on the female portion leg strap release assembly is facing away from the PDB. Route the release handle cable from the release handle cross strap through the red attaching loop above the grommet of the female portion leg strap release assembly and store the excess in the cable loop retainer. Repeat the procedure for the opposite side.Route the looped end of the parachutist drop bag lowering line from bottom to top through the triangle link on the back of the PDB. Then route the ejector snap end of the parachutist drop bag lowering line through the looped end, forming a girth hitch on the triangle link. Starting from the right fix the pile tape of the parachutist drop bag lowering line to the permanent hook tape on the inside of the retainer flap. "S" fold the parachutist drop bag lowering line inside the retainer flap ensuring that the ejector snap is coming out of the left side. Ensure that no excess folds of the parachutist drop bag lowering line protrude from the retainer flap and secure all hook and pile tabs. JMPI of a jumper wearing the parachutist drop bag a. After issuing the jumper the command of hold for the reserve parachute the jumpmaster will place his left hand on the snap hook for the right adjustable "D" ring attaching strap and his right hand on the snap hook for the left adjustable "D" ring attaching strap. The jumpmaster will focus his attention on the left hand and the right adjustable "D" ring-attaching strap. With the index finger of the left hand finger the opening gate one time to ensure that the right adjustable "D" ring attaching strap has spring tension, is facing towards the jumper, and is to the outside of the connector snap for the reserve parachute. Place the left index finger on the front of the adjustable "D" ring-attaching strap just below the snap hook. Trace down the right adjustable "D" ring-attaching strap until contact is made with the black attaching loop, ensuring that the adjustable "D" ring-attaching strap is not twisted, cut, torn, or frayed. Once contact is made with the black attaching loop ensure that it is routed from bottom to top through the triangle link, that the white attaching loop is routed from bottom to top through the black attaching loop, and that the red attaching loop is routed from bottom to top through the white attaching loop. Further ensure that the red attaching loop is routed from bottom to top through the grommet on the female portion leg strap release assembly. Place the left index finger on the three-point "W" stitch of the release handle cross strap and look at the release handle cable. Ensure that the release handle cable is routed between the two plies of the release handle cross strap, through the red attaching loop and secured in the cable loop retainer. Leave the left index finger in place and conduct the same inspection with the right hand on the left adjustable "D" ring-attaching strap. Leave the left hand in place and with the right hand gently lift up on the release handle to ensure that it is routed between the two plies of the release handle cross strap and that it is secured by the hook and pile tabs provided. Grasp the PDB by its side, raise it up to the jumper, and issue the command of hold. With the left hand palm facing the PDB thumb pointing down grasp the parachutist drop bag lowering line in the vicinity of the girth hitch. Tug up on the parachutist drop bag lowering line ensuring that the parachutist drop bag lowering line is girth hitched to the triangle link. Place the right index finger on the hook and pile tabs on the right side of the retainer flap. Ensure that the parachutist drop bag lowering line enters the retainer flap from the right side, that the hook and pile tabs are secured, and that no folds of the parachutist drop bag lowering line are protruding from the retainer flap. With the right index finger trace across the retainer flap ensuring that the hook and pile tape is secured until you make contact with the hook and pile tabs on the left side of the retainer flap. Ensure that the hook and pile tabs are secured and that no folds of the parachutist drop bag-lowering line are protruding from the retainer flap. With the right index finger continue to trace the parachutist drop bag lowering line until the index finger disappears behind the nylon chafe of the M1950 weapons case ensuring the parachutist drop bag lowering line is not cut, burned or frayed. With the left hand grasp the trail edge of the M1950 weapons case and pull it towards you. Remove the right index finger and place it on the parachutist drop bag lowering line on the opposite side of the M1950 weapons case. Continue to trace the parachutist drop bag lowering line to its point of attachment. Ensure that the opening gate of the ejector snap of the parachutist drop bag lowering line is facing towards the jumper. With the right thumb physically seat the activating lever of the ejector snap to ensure that it is seated over the ball detent and free of foreign matter. Make a visual inspection of the yellow safety lanyard to ensure that it has not been wired, tied or taped down. With the right hand turn the ejector snap 1/4 turn out and look at the small tooth of the ejector snap to ensure it is present. Place the right index finger on the surgeon's knot locking knot of the lowering line adapter web tie to ensure that the lowering line adapter web tie is secure. With the right index finger trace the lowering line adapter web up until it disappears ensuring that it is not twisted cut torn or frayed. Move back to the front of your jumper and issue the command of squat. The remainder of the jumper will be inspected as if they were a hollywood jumper.

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