2-14. INDIVIDUAL OVERWATER SURVIVAL KIT-Continued
(b) Cut a 178-3/4-inch Iength of 1/2-inch-wide tubular nylon webbing and sear the ends.
(c) On one end of the webbing length, make a 5-3/4-inch-long foldback (figure 2-17). Secure the foldback by
stitching a 2-3/4-inch-long single-X-box-stitch formation with two double ends, 1/8 inch in from each
webbing edge, using the specifics in table 2-3. Stitching will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
Figure2-17. Connector web construction details
(d) Install the replacement connector web in the survival kit as prescribed in (2) (b) above.
(e) Life raft assembly will be inspected I.A.W. TM 5-4220-202-14, T.O. 14S-1-102, Maintenance Instructions
with Parts Breakdown, USAF Flotation Equipment.
d. Survival Components.
(1) Inspection. Inspect the survival components of the individual overwater survival kit using the procedures in
table 2-1. Components which are damaged or defective shall be replaced. If required, mark the first aid kit
medical items as outlined in paragraph 2-12 a.
(2) Repair. Repair the first aid kit case using the applicable procedures outlined in paragraph 2-12c (2) (b).
(3) Replacement. Replace a damaged, missing or otherwise unserviceable survival component with a
serviceable item from stock as prescribed in paragraph 2-5 and in accordance with repair parts, Appendix C.
First aid kit medical items which are unserviceable will be replaced.
e. Repacking the Survival Kit. Repacking of the individual overwater survival kit constitutes packing of the kit
survival components in the kit inner case, folding of the life raft and packing the raft in the kit outer case, and
closing of the kit outer case, with all kit components intact.