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Figure 10-9.—BRU-14A aircraft bomb rack (left-hand configuration). the sear link from restraint and lets the rack linkage forward to release the bomb rack. The BRU-14/A function normally. doesn’t have remote manual-release capabilities. The BRU-14A bomb rack has a secondary release If you want more information about the BRU-14/A assembly. It initiates hook release if the LEMA fails to bomb rack, refer to Bomb Rack BRU-14/A and function. The secondary release assembly is a CAD that BRU-15/A, NAVAIR 11-5E-18. consists of a housing, piston, and release slider assembly BRU-15/A BOMB RACK mounted on the top of the bomb rack frame. When The BRU-15/A bomb rack (fig. 10-10) is installed actuated, the secondary release moves the sear link on the wing stations of the P-3B and P-3C aircraft. It is Figure 10-10.—BRU-15/A bomb rack. 10-7



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