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AERIAL DELIVERY CONTAINER

 

 

TYPE:

Container

DESCRIPTION:

Aerial Delivery Container

PRICE:

Upon Request

PACKING:

Ex-works

 

 

A-22 AERIAL DELIVERY CONTAINER FOR C-130

 

 

 

 

 

A-22 Aerial Delivery Containers for C-130 Aircraft

 

 

The A-22 container is an adjustable nylon cloth and webbing container used to deliver food, medicine, ammunition, supply type loads and disassembled, or ready-to-use equipment in a convenient 1 ton bundle.

 

A-22 containers are also used to drop folded Zodiac type boats, motorcycles, snowmobiles and arctic sleds. 

 

The A-22 container consists of a sling assembly, cargo cover and four suspension webs connecting the container to the parachute. The entire bundle is attached to a plywood skidboard and uses paper honeycomb as energy dissipating material.

 

 

A-22 COMPONENTS

  Aerial Delivery Cargo Assembly
  G-12/G-14 Cargo Parachute or
    22/26 ft. Ring-Slot Parachute
  68 inch (26.7 cm) Pilot Parachute,
   Cover and Four Suspension

Specification and photos are not contractual and are subject to verification upon inspection

 

 

 

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PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT INFORMATION INCLUDED IS CONFIDENTIAL IN NATURE AND IS BASED ON PRE-EXISTING BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LEGAL OWNER OF PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN (IF APPLICABLE). AS SUCH, UPON RECEIPT OF SAID INFORMATION THE RECEIVER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT ANY UNAUTHORIZED CONTACT WITH SAID LEGAL SELLER WILL BE CHARACTERIZED AS A BREACH OF CONFIDENTIALITY AND SAID AGREEMENT MAY BE ENFORCED UNDER EXISTING LAW OR IN EQUITY.

 

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