age to the CROP.
(10) Drive PLS truck forward a couple of feet, pulling the CROP out of the ISO container.
Lower the PLS hook arm until the CROP is resting on the ISO container floor, disconnect
the hook arm extension from the CROP and disconnect the hook arm extension from the
hook arm of the PLS. Engage the PLS hook arm to the bail bar of the CROP and lift the
front of the CROP (3) approximately 12 inches (30 cm) or as high as the load will allow
while leaving room between the web strap ratchets on top of the load (or the deck of the top
CROP as shown above) at the ceiling and door frame of the ISO container. Drive PLS
truck forward, pulling the CROP out of the ISO container and down the offloading ramps
rollers (2) resting on the loading platforms (6).
(11) Load CROP onto PLS truck. Refer to TM 9-2320-364-10 for procedures to load the CROP
onto truck or trailer using the Load Handling System (LHS).