I was a brand new LM in 1982 and had an Inst. LM
with me on a static display trip from Peterson to Ellsworth.
On our way home, we were diverted to Dyess to pick up some cargo.
The cargo was some very heavy stuff-I don't remember what, and the ILM raised hell with me because I said "No Milk Stool" for under ramp support. Heyyy, that's what I was taught, OK? He said, something like,
"Dummy, use their tailgate".
Then they rolled up a Water Buffalo, full, and leaking.
It wasn't water, but they gave us a guess on wt. and rolled it up the tracks. We lashed it down and flew.
I found out later it was some chemical. No book look
for Dagger, Theta, compatibility,Nothing.
Little Rock needs to cover some of this stuff which
is "Local" rules, or whatever you want to call them.
As I said, I was brand new and LR is all I was taught.
What would you have done?