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TM 5-5420-279-23
resetting the emergency stop system. The activated button must be reset by pulling out the button
(or twisting) and then pressing the `reset' button on the operator panel.
1-10-46 Walkways
a.
Fixed and removable walkways are positioned on the Launcher vehicle to allow safe and
easy access for tasks to be carried out. The walkways are of an expanded aluminum construction
and offer good drainage for mud and ice while affording grip to foot traffic.
b.
The fixed walkways are located underneath the launch frame and are attached to section
three of the slide frame. These walkways can be removed by releasing the screw clamps, which
hold them in position.
c.
Additional fixed walkways are attached to the crane sub frame and allow access down the
center of the vehicle.
d.
Removable walkways are stored between the vehicle chassis rails and on top of the fixed
walkways. These walkways are deployed on the launcher once it has been fully deployed.
1-10-47 Bridge Markers
Bridge markers are bolted to bridge module curbs; the purpose of the bridge markers is to
indicate the outer edge of the bridge to drivers and marshals.
1-10-48 Lanyards
Lanyards are ropes, which can be attached to a bridge module to steady its position during bridge
building when lifting bridge modules onto the launcher.
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