transcribed to a new form and retained as a permanent part of the logbook.
This form in the aircraft logbook contains a record of preservation, represervation, and depreservation. Figure 6-8 shows typical preservation and depreservation entries. It is maintained as shown below.
Preservation. The following entries are made.
a. Date. Date on which preservation is accomplished.
b. By. Name of the activity accomplishing the preservation.
c. Type of Preservation. Enter the type of preservation accomplished.
d. Reference. Identify the NAVAIR or major command document directing the preservation.
Represervation. An entry is required in block 5 of this record. Indicate the date on which represervation is due.
Depreservation. The following entries are made.
a. Date. Date on which depreservation is accomplished.
b. By. Name of the activity accomplishing depreservation.
Figure 6-8.-Preservation/Depreservation Record.Continue Reading