The maximum capacity of the BRU-33/A
bomb ejector rack is 2,000 pounds.
You can attach three individual ejector units
to the adapter assembly of the ITER.
The IMER and ITER ejector units are
numbered according to the firing sequence.
The stores sensing switch, located on the
forward hook of each station, signals the rack
whether a weapon is loaded on a particular
station or not. If the forward hook is closed,
the switch signals the rack that the station is
loaded, and will not automatically step to the
Custody of the IMER/ITER hardware kit and
practice bomb adapter kits is maintained at
the organizational level.
The SUU-25F/A dispenser (fig. 10-16) is an
airborne, externally mounted, reusable four-tube,
rearward ejecting-launching device. The dispenser may
be loaded on any aircraft weapons station that has a
14-inch suspension and is authorized to carry the
The SUU-25F/A has a cylindrically shaped,
all-metal body. It has four aluminum tubes that will
hold either eight LUU-2B/B aircraft parachute flares.
The tubes are 5 inches in diameter, clustered together
inside an outer skin. There is an aluminum die-cast
bulkhead at each end. When empty, the dispenser
LUU-2B/B flares, it weighs 490 pounds.
The shipping and flight configuration of the
dispenser is shown in figure 10-16. The shipping
configuration (view A) has shock pan assemblies at
either end of the dispenser so it is easier to handle
during shipment and storage. A lock wire is attached to
the two suspension lugs to prevent them from becoming
lost during shipment or storage. Both the lock wire and
shock pan assemblies must be removed before the
dispenser is used. When the dispenser is configured for
flight (view B), a phenolic or metal cover (nose cone) is
mounted on the forward flange. Covers are not shipped
with the dispenser; they are ordered as separate
Figure 10-16.SUU-25F/A dispenser.