This back-pack is fashioned so that it can be removed if desired.
The construction techniques are the same as the army man. You will need about 28" of paracord, 28" of 22 gauge wire, scissors, wire cutters, ruler and a lighter.
Step 1: Prepare the Materials
Use a lighter to melt one end of each paracord outer sheathing and insert the corresponding length of wire in the center. Stretch the paracord along the wire and melt the other end of the paracord sealing the wire inside. Fold the 9” lengths in half to find the center. Fold the 10” length as show in the photo. This one will make the antenna.
Step 2: Put Paracord on Army Man
Step 3: Start the Weave
Step 4: Complete First Layer
Step 5: Add Two More Layers
Step 6: Finish the Back-Pack
Optionally trim the radio lead to 1/8" of the pack for just a regular back-pack.