MOOR HELICOPTER TO UNPAVED AREA
Tiedown Line 114E5060-1 (6)
Mooring Kit AN8015-2
Tiedown Chain (4)
Aircraft Mechanics Tool Kit, NSN 5180-00-323-4692
CH-47 Helicopter Repairer (2)
Battery Disconnected (Task 1-39)
Electrical Power Off
Helicopter Parked (Task 1-25)
Mooring Kit Installed
General Safety Instructions:
Rotor blades can seriously injure
personnel. Make sure area around
helicopter is clear of personnel before
In winds of 39 to 65 knots, tiedown
blades and fuselage to prevent
damage. In winds over 65 knots,
evacuate helicopter or store in
hangar. If evacuation or storage is
not possible, remove blades and tie
fuselage down. The leeward side of
a large building is the best tiedown
Tiedown two forward blades in winds
under 39 knots, also when blades will
be in rotor wash of other helicopters.
Install tiedown line (1) in receiver (2) of each
blade (3). Work from walkway on top of fuselage.
Pull blades around with tiedown lines as needed
to reach all six blades.
Pull blades around so that one forward blade and
one aft blade point straight out 90 from fuselage.