PROJECTILE RACK OPERATION - Continued
Loading and Stowing Projectiles
1. Unlock rack to be loaded
by releasing both handles
(1) from locking clips (2).
If necessary, install extension
handle over projectile rack
handle to obtain additional lev-
Secure handles in unlocked position by pushing them upward and locking
them with locking clips (3) on rack above. Handles on top racks can be re-
tained by locking clips on stowage boxes.
Use conveyor (p 2-148) and stacker (p 2-166) to move each projectile to rack
Do not force projectiles into tubes. If projectile will not
slide Into tube, check to make sure handles are re-
tained upward. Damage to locking pad could result if
projectile Is forced into tube with locking handles
Load each projectile into an unlocked rack tube,
As each rack is filled, lock projectiles in it by pushing rack handIes out and
down. Position both rack handles into locking clips,
After all projectiles have been loaded and locked into place, pull on each pro-
jectile. If any projectile can be pulled out, remove it, relocate it in another
tube, or unload it. Lock rack and notify Organizational Maintenance.