ARMY TM 5-5420-212-10-1
MARINE CORPS TM 08676A-10/1-1
4-4 LANDING ZONE NUMBER
The building tables and build procedures include a landing zone number to ensure correct location of the landing
roller pedestal under the launching nose. The light launching nose is considered as divided into twenty equal zones,
each 1 ft (300 mm) in length. During building or delaunching, the landing roller pedestal must be positioned not less
than 9 in (229 mm) from the F peg, and at this time the LZ number is checked for correct position over the landing roller
pedestal roller. The landing zone number should be that given or HIGHER. Never less than that given.
4-5 ROLLER BEAMS
In the assembly/disassembly procedures described in Chapters 5, 6, and 7 the term roller beam is defined as
Single Story bridges the roller beam comprises - roller beam, baseplates and fixed supports.
Double Story and Link Reinforced bridges the front or rear roller beam comprises - roller beam, crossgirder, baseplates
and adjustable supports. A capsill roller beam comprises - rocking rollers, capsill beam, cross girder, baseplates and
a. Single Story
Single story bridges are launched on one roller beam, with building pedestals to support the bridge during assembly.
The drill to set up the roller beam is as follows:
Position the roller beam so that it is approximately centered over the RB peg and at 90° to the bridge