TM 55-607/NAVSEA OP 3221 Rev 2
with a structure made of 4-by 4-inch uprights and 4-by 4-inch horizontal members. Generally, the full width of the void
may be accommodated by securing additional uprights to the horizontal members on opposite sides. Securing structures
are often prefabricated, since construction details will not vary significantly for different unit loads. Figure 8-19 illustrates
a typical stow of palletized cargo of various sizes within a compartment and the installation of appropriate void-blocking
Figure 8-18. Shoring small voids in the block-stow pattern.