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Arming units



MIL-R-85895 (AS)
With both sets of hooks closed, place the safety selector
b.
handle in the unlocked position.  Verify that the indicator on the bomb
rack side shows "unlocked".  Rotate the manual release bolt to open the
hooks.  The  release  meachanism  shall  operate  smoothly.  The  torque
required to rotate the manual release bolt shall be not greater than 360
inch-pounds. Verify that the two cam position indicators ahve rotated
approximately 90 degrees from their aligned position.
c.
Place the safety selector  handle in the unlocked position.
Close all the hooks,  and then lock the bomb rack by operating the In-
Flight operable Bomb Rack Lock (IFOBRL)  electrically.
Verify that the
Verify that the indicator on the bomb rack
IFOBRL operates  smoothly.
side shows "locked",  and  that  the  two  cam  position  Indicators are
aligned in  the latched position. Apply a 380 20 inch-pound torque to
the manual release bolt.  The release mechanism shall not actuate.
d.
With both sets of hooks closed,  unlock the bomb rack by
operating  the IFOBRL electrically.
Verify that the IFOBRL operates
smoothly. Verify that the indicator on the bomb rack side shows
"unlocked".
Rotate the manual release  bolt to open the hooks. The
release mechanism shall operate smoothly.  The torque required to rotate
the  manual  release  bolt shall be not greater than 360 inch pounds.
Verify that the two cam position  indicators have  rotated approximately
90 degrees from their aligned position.
e.  With  both  sets  of  hooks  closed,  lock  the  bomb  rack  by
operating the IFOBRL electrically.
Unlock the bomb rack by operating
the override electrically.
Verify that the override linkage operates
smoothly.
Verify  that the indicator on the bomb rack side shows
"unlocked".
Rotate the manual release  bolt to open the hooks.  The
release mechanism shall operate smoothly.  The torque required to rotate
the manual  release  bolt  shall  not  exceed  360 inch-pounds.  Reset
override mechanism by rotating  safety selector  handle counterclockwise
towards  the  locked  position  .125 inches until override detent is
released.
f.
With all hooks open, verify that swaybraces can  be moved into
the swaybrace  housings with a force not to exceed 30 pounds. close one
set of hooks at a time.  Verify that with either set of hooks closed the
swaybrace assemblies  can be  lifted into the swaybrace housings with a
force not to exceed 30 pounds.  With both sets of hooks closed, verify
that the swaybrace assemblies cannot be lifted more than .25 inch into
the swaybrace housings.
With the hooks closed, and the safety selector  handle in the
g.
unlocked position, apply a 20,000 pound vertical down static load on the
14-inch hooks using standard bomb lugs.  The load shall be concentrated
midway between the hooks.  The hooks shall hold the load.
h.
Repeat (g)  with a 72,000 pound  vertical down static load on
the 30-inch hooks.
This test  requires that  the bomb rack is mounted
with six mounting bolts.
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