• Bags - Cargo

    The canvas cargo bag is a square bottom bag reinforced with cotton webbing, webbing slings and a becket. It is used for underway transfer of material.

  • CN-BG-SLRPIC

    The shot line return bag transfers excess shot line from the delivery ship to the receiving ship, and then transfers all the shot line and projectile back to the delivery ship.

  • Hose Messenger/Position, Spout Type Buoys (Astern Fueling)

    The hose messenger/position buoy is used in pairs in astern fueling. One buoy is towed at the end of the hose messenger to provide a visual indicator of the end of the hose rig. The other buoy is towed at the end of the position buoy line to provide a reference point for the receiving ship to maintain station.

  • Hose Messenger/Position, Barrel Type Buoys (Astern Fueling)

    The hose messenger/position buoy is used in pairs in astern fueling. One buoy is towed at the end of the hose messenger to provide a visual indicator of the end of the hose rig. The other buoy is towed at the end of the position buoy line to provide a reference point for the receiving ship to maintain station.

  • A-CHR-TRAN-1MANPIC

    The one man transfer chair is used to transfer personnel between ships at sea using the manila highline transfer method.

    Overall dimensions 26" long x 30" wide x 62" high.

  • Light Boxes - Station Marker

    MS17287

    The station marker light box consists of a box with nine 2 inch holes fitted with a red lens and a hand operated hinged shutter. Two light fixtures with 25 watt bulbs are mounted inside the box. It is used during night replenishment operations to indicate by code the commodity being transferred. The code is set up by opening various combinations of shutters to allow the light to show.

  • Lights - Contour Hull

    MIL-L-24560/3

    The hull contour light is circular and contains two 25 watt lights. The lights are shown by the control ship during the approach and while the receiving ship is alongside.

  • Lights - Marker (Distress and Night Replenishment)

    MIL-C-573

    The distress and night replenishment marker light is a single D cell waterproof flashlight fitted with a red or green lens. These lights are used to mark objects or obstructions on the ship and various items such as probes, trolleys, and cargo hooks on the stream rigs.

  • Lights - Chemical

    The chemical light wand is a chemiluminescent system that, when activated, produces a bright light which does not require an energy source or oxygen and does not give off heat. The red and blue lights may be used to illuminate objects or obstructions on the ship and various items such as probes, trolleys, and cargo hooks on stream rigs. The green wand is used on kapok life jackets and shot line projectiles.

  • O-Rings (Nitrile)

    MIL-C-24356

    The "O"-ring seal is a molded round, circular, gasket made of synthetic rubber. It is used to provide a seal when the male and female split clamp coupling are joined together. It fits the circular groove of the female split clamp fittings.

  • Signal Paddles

    The signal paddles are two similar paddles with a square plastic surface and a polypropylene handle. One paddle has a red colored surface on one side and a green colored surface on the opposite side. The other paddle has a green colored surface on one side and an amber colored surface on the opposite side. Operating signals are provided on the surfaces of each paddle. The paddles are used to visually signal and direct operations during unrep.

  • Signal Wands

    MIL-F-3747

    The signal wand is a flashlight with an illuminator wand that fits the lighted end. Colored lenses are provided to let the red, green, amber, or white light show. They are used during night conrep to signal between delivery and receiving ship stations. During vertrep they are used to signal the helicopter pilot.

  • Telephones - Sound-Powered

    MIL-T-5514

    The sound powered telephone system is one in which the power is created by vibrations in your speech against the plate in the mouthpiece. No external electric power or batteries are needed. During unrep, sound powered phones are connected to bridge-to-bridge phone/distance and station-to-station phone lines and provide communication between the sending and receiving ships.

  • Tie Plates - Rigging

    The rigging tie plate is a steel plate which is used with the MK 20 MOD O hoisting assembly. It contains a machined area on each corner for attachment of the MK I MOD O cargo safety hook swivel.

  • ST-UBLT-AY-25K

    The U-bolt assembly is designed to fit the carrier of the single probe assembly. It is used with the 2-1/2" auxiliary rig to provide an attachment point for the sling assembly.

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