G-1. EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS, CAPABILITIES AND FEATURES Contd
Location and description of major parts. The M577 bootwall (1) is constructed of mildew and flame resistant
polyester duck and is 11 wide and 8 high. It is interchangeable with any other wall assembly of the MCPS. The M577
bootwall is 5 deep when installed. On the inside, connecting to the MCPS, eight male quick release fasteners (2) are
located approximately 18" apart along the top edge. Seven female quick disconnect buckle assemblies (3) are located 12"
apart and 22" from the edge along each side of the M577 bootwall. A two inch wide hook fastener strip (4) is located along
the top, the upper corners, and the outer edge of the right side. In addition seven side straps with male quick release
fasteners (5) are located 12" apart along the outer edge of both sides. Two fender skirts (6) cover the rear end of the M577
fenders. A blackout skirt (7) attaches to the underside of the M577. An antenna flap (8) allows the antenna to protrude
through a sleeve in the material.
Equipment Data-. Table G-1 lists the dimensions, weights, quantity required, as well as packaged dimensions for
the M577 bootwall.
Table G-1. Equipment Data
Total Volume Packed
2.82 cu ft
Total Square Feet Deployed
Technical principles of operation. The M577 bootwall design conforms to the modular concept of the MCPS and
can be installed in place of any other wall assembly. The M577 bootwall attaches to the rear of an M577 by means of hold-
down tracks, connecting the MCPS to the M577.
G-2. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.
Operators Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS). For an explanation of column headings see