those records and not with airframe components
i n t h e a i r c r a f t l o g b o o k .
At time of rework, the rework activity
removes all old forms and inserts new forms.
All pertinent data for items that have been
installed by the aircraft custodian during the
previous tour, and that are not scheduled
for removal during rework or overhaul, are
transcribed to the new form to maintain proper
NOTE: SRC, EHR, ASR, and MSR items are
inventoried at each calendar inspection or during
phase inspections for the applicable equipment
being inspected. A locally prepared form con-
taining a preprinted list of items requiring an
MSR/ASR/EHR/SRC card, with a column
provided for recording the serial numbers of the
installed items, should be used. This list should
match the installed items recorded in the aircraft
AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM
(ALSS) HISTORY RECORDS
This section of the aircraft logbook contains
a file of all aircraft-installed ALSS history records,
excluding aircraft equipped with ejection seats.
When an aircraft has ejection seat(s), the records
will be inserted into the appropriate ejection seat
aeronautical equipment service record (AESR).
ALSS history records include the forms and
records discussed in the following paragraphs.
Parachute Record (OPNAV 4790/101)
The Parachute Record (fig. 6-11) is designed
to provide the current configuration and
inspection record of a parachute assembly and its
components throughout the service life of the
equipment. The form is a two-part, no-carbon-
required form. The hardback copy is designed to
be filed in the logbook of the aircraft in which
the parachute is installed. The original (flimsy)
copy of the record will be maintained in a
Figure 6-11.-Parachute Record.