Hand tighten warhead to motor.
Apply the specified torque to the warhead by
using a crowfoot adapter and torque wrench
NOTE: Some warheads only require tightening
until the warhead seats on the motor 360
Install fuze hand-tight in the warhead.
Verify there is no gap between the fuze and
warhead or warhead and motor.
Remove and retain fin protector just before
inserting rocket into launcher.
Slowly push the rocket into the tube by using
rocket loading and release tool (fig. 13-25)
until detent snaps into position in detent
When installing Mk 34 and Mk 63
warheads, use the chain wrench only in the
area indicated by the decal. This prevents
damage to the warhead.
NOTE: A groove may be cut in one nylon
insert only of the practice warheads Mk 6 Mod
7 and Mk 32 Mod 0. This facilitates assembly
of the warhead to the motor.
For detailed information concerning the assembly
procedures of airborne rockets, you should refer to
Airborne Rockets, NAVAIR 11-75A-92, Aircraft Rocket
Systems 2.71-inch and 5.0-inch.
REVIEW NUMBER 2
List the two subcaliber practice bombs
List the two practice bomb signals used with
the Mk 76 practice bomb.
To what publication should you refer for
detailed information about practice bombs?
Figure 13-25.Rocket loading and release tool.
Figure 13-26.Flare adapter kit.