equipment maintains this record. The following is a
list of the currently required applications of the AESR
to specific equipment:
Aircraft power plant
Airborne gun pods (for example, GPU-2/A,
Low-level escape system
In-flight refueling store or package
Auxiliary, power unit (APU)
Aeronautical expeditionary airfield M-11, M-22,
M-23, and V-1, V-7, and L-series lighting
Gas turbine power plant (7LM 1500 PB-104)
MK-105 magnetic minesweeping gear
SE gas turbine engines (listed in NAV-
Engine test cell or stand
The AESR (fig. 7-15) is a permanent part of the
aircraft logbook for equipments installed at the time
of aircraft transfer.
Module Service Record (MSR)
Modular engine design allows intermediate level
facilities to readily remove and replace
interchangeable with ready-for-issue (RFI) spares.
The MSR (fig. 7-16) provides the method for
recording the maintenance data for these modules and
their life limited assemblies and components. This
MSR will be attached to and accompany the
component to its final destination.
Figure 7-15.Aeronautical Equipment Service Record (OPNAV 4790/29).