The Advanced Tactical Parachute System (T-11) is intended to replace 50,000 T-10 parachute system and will provide the airborne Soldier with the first modernization of the tactical parachute system since the 1950s. The T-11 is available for US military only.

T-11 Series Characteristics

  • Shape: Cross-cruciform platform
  • Inflated Diameter: 30.6 feet (9.3m)
  • Gore material: 1.1 oz. low-porosity ripstop nylon parachute cloth
  • Vent line material: Teflon coated suspension lines
  • Maximum Weight Capacity: 400lbs (181.4 kg)
  • Complete Assembly Weight: 53 lbs
  • Steerable: No
  • Maximum Jump Wind Speed: 15 mph (13 knots)
  • Descent Rate: Avg. 18 ft/sec (4.48 m/s)
  • Minimum Deployment Altitude: 500 ft (152m)
  • Maximum Deployment Altitude: 7500 ft (228m)
  • Maximum Deployment Speed: 173 mph (150knots)
  • Age Life: 16.5 years
  • Service Life: 12 years
T-11

NSN: 1670-01-539-4525

P/N: 11-1-7050-1

Consists of:

  • Canopy: 11-1-7051-1
  • Pack: 11-1-7770-1
  • D-Bag: 11-1-7063-1
  • Static Line:11-1-6993-3
  • Static Ext. 11-1-6993-2
  • Harness: 11-1-7722-1
  • Riser: 11-1-7719-1
T-11R

Consists of:

  • Canopy: 11-1-7052-1
  • Pack: 11-1-7726-1
  • Ripcord: 11-1-7058-1
  • Ejector Spring: 11-1-7065-1
  • Extractor. 11-1-7064-1
  • Close Loop: 11-1-7067-1
  • Protect Cap: 11-1-7069-1
  • Riser: 11-1-7729-1

Additional Information

It is suitable for a wide range of Soldier sizes, from the 5th percentile female to the 95th percentile male Soldier. It enables a stable, safe rate of descent that reduces landing injuries and permits the parachutist to carry a heavier load. The T-11 consists of three components: a completely redesigned main, T-11R reserve parachute and the T-11 harness system.

The main canopy is a highly modified version of a cross-cruciform platform, with a 14 percent increase in inflated diameter and a 28 percent increase in surface area compared with its predecessor, the T-10D assembly. The T-11R reserve canopy has an aeroconical design that promotes fast opening of the reserve system during low-speed malfunctions. It also features an omni-directional, center-pull deployment system. The T-11 harness, because of higher placement of the D-rings, is designed to displace opening shock forces on the axis of the jumper’s body.

All Canopy Assemblies are manufactured in strict accordance with Personal Parachute U.S. Military Specifications MIL-DTL-6645, MIL-DTL-7567 and MIL-STD-849, latest revisions.