ARMY TM 5-5420-212-10-1
MARINE CORPS TM 08676A-10/1-1
6 ft (1.8 m) panel length. In single story construction: all panels between the
bankseat beams. In double story construction: all panels between junction panels.
Carrying bar (painted orange) which marks the positioning of the next booming or
Movement of bridge until panel point given is over RB (for SS) or RRB (for DS).
A loop of rope.
A beam or girder fixed only at one end.
Carrying bar (painted blue) which marks the center of gravity of the bridge during
Movement of bridge until panel point given is over RB, FRB or CRB.
Pulling a loaded pallet off vehicle or trailer on to the ground.
To pass a rope or cable through a block or pulley.
Remove strapping and components from a pallet.
Types of single-story nose construction. The first number shows the number of
6N1, 7N1 and 8N1
heavy nose sections used. The N1 means single-story nose.
Type of double-story nose construction. The 6N1 Is explained above. The 3N2
6N1 + 3N2
means that three heavy nose sections are used in second-story. The N2 means
Describes number of bays to be added or removed. The 2, 3, means add second
and third bays, or remove third and second bays if numbers reversed, 3,2.
2, 3, or 8 thru 1 0
Similarly the 8 thru 10 means add bays 8 through 10, or remove bays 10 thru 8 if
30, 80, 200, 270 +8C and
Counterweight codes giving the number of deck units and curbs used.
37D + 6C
(4p0), (2p), and (Bp3)
Examples of the way that the center of gravity (CG) is shown.