Figure 6-18.-Assembly Service Record (front).
engine change kits (QECKS) and armament
equipments. An individual card for each EHR
component is maintained as part of the aircraft
logbook as long as the component is installed.
When the component is removed from the
aircraft, the EHR card accompanies the com-
NOTE: Do not track SRCs with EHR cards.
Loss of an EHR card does not prevent use of the
Each maintenance engineering cognizant field
activity (MECFA) is responsible for maintain-
ing the history of all EHR components. To
accomplish this function, the user must forward
cancelled cards, copies of all updated cards, and
copies of all new cards generated for EHR items
to the appropriate MECFA. The respective
MECFAs maintain this information and respond
to requests for EHR data.
The administrative procedures for the initial
generation, in-service use, and management of
EHR cards are found in the latest edition of
ASSEMBLY SERVICE RECORD (ASR)
The Assembly Service Record (ASR) (figs.
6-18 and 6-19) is used to provide data tracking
Figure 6-19.-Assembly Service Record (back).