In addition to flight-line safety rules, the following rules are required when the aircraft reaches its destination:
Do not remove restraint devices or start vehicles until told to do so by the loadmaster.
Move only in the direction straightaway from the front and the rear of the aircraft and at least 50 feet away before turning right or left. Also, move at least 300 feet from the aircraft before stopping.
During an engines-running offload, passengers other than equipment drivers must exit the aircraft for safety purposes before the vehicles and cargo offloading can begin.
The aircraft loadmaster is the primary authority on any questions that may arise pertaining to the aircraft. This includes changing a planned load or changing the means of debarking from the aircraft. All personnel must cooperate fully with the aircrew at all times. If anything
Figure 4-21. - Circle of safety.
is unclear, call upon the unit embarkation staff for an explanation.
Figure 4-22. - Motor vehicle parking restrictions near aircraft.Continue Reading