463L system

463L system

Aircraft pallets, nets, tie down, and coupling devices, facilities, handling equipment, procedures, and other components designed to interface with military and civilian aircraft cargo restraint systems. Though designed for airlift, system components may have to move intermodally via surface to support geographic combatant commander objectives.
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Thirty seconds before dropping the mines, using the standard 463L system, the aircraft climbed to 120 meters.
By fall 1961, the Air Force had successfully tested the 463L system on its Atlantic mutes.
(46) The 463L system reduced the Boeing aircraft's loading time from the previous 4-6 hours to 20-30 minutes.
(49) Another problem was that the 463L system was a total system, from start to finish.
(42.) Henderson, "Ground Handling C-5A," 10-11,41; William Howe, "The 463L System: Current Concept of Operations, Problems and Its Future Application to the C-5A, "Air Command and Staff School, Jun 1968, pp.