Direct Complexing Shelter (DCS) - Continued.
Roll DCS entryway flaps (1, figure 2-23) under so that green or tan material faces out, to
minimize contamination and moisture retention. Secure DCS entryway flaps (1) using buckles
and straps (2). Secure straps (2) to buckles under flap (1).
Insert door before openings (3) on both inflated ABSs (4), roll up, and use interior straps to hold
covers out of way.
Secure DCS connector (5) using zippers and buckle attachments (6) on both ABSs (4).
Connect support lines (7) to Dee Rings (8) on DCS connector (5).
Anchor DCS connector (5) to stakes at each side of connector (5) with support lines (7).
b. LMS Crew Tasks
To prevent injury to personnel, use caution when walking through entrances to the ABS,
hose assemblies and cables are on the floor of the ABS.
To prevent damage to hose assemblies and cables on the floor of the ABS at the entrances,
place hoses and cables up against the inside exterior wall of the ABS.
Help deploy each system per para 220.127.116.11 through para 18.104.22.168.
This completes DCS set up.
To prevent tripping hazards, determine routing and placement of power cables inside ABS.