identification data and serial number for each piece of
equipment is inserted on each page. This ensures that
each page can be identified if the page is removed for
entries or other reasons.
Signatures required in the AESR are the same as
those for the aircraft logbook. Signatures must be
handwritten in black ink. Rubber stamps are not
authorized. Signatures are not required when new
records are initiated or when old records are
Pages or forms, other than those described in the
following paragraphs, are not inserted, stapled, or
attached to the AESR. Additional data, for which there
is no designated place in the logbook, and a copy of the
most recent engine setup or test record are placed in the
manila envelope in the back of the AESR. Superseded
forms are closed out with the statement No further
entries this page, and a new form is initiated. The
superseded form remains in the AESR.
Q3. What information should be entered on each page
of every form in the AESR?
Q4. Data for which there is no designated place in the
AESR should be placed in what location?
LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Describe the
forms used in the Aeronautical Equipment
A brief description of each record or form used in
the AESR is contained in the following paragraphs.
The discussion concentrates on forms peculiar to the
AESR. For additional information and documentation
procedures, refer to the Naval Aviation Maintenance
Program, OPNAVINST 4790.2.
Aeronautical Equipment Service Record
(Cover) (OPNAV 4790/29)
The cover page of the AESR is shown in figure 8-1.
The information on the front cover is entered, as shown
NOMENCLATURE OF EQUIPMENT
SER NO. (Hub if prop.)
CURRENT ENGINE OR PROPELLER POSITION NO.
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY, CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS
OPNAV 4790/29 (Rev. 1-84)
NOTE: DO NOT ROLL OR BEND. When removed from the log book for separate shipment, this record must be
secured with a suitable fastener (e.g., a metal file fastener) at the points indicated. DO NOT USE STAPLES.
Figure 8-1.Aeronautical Equipment Service Record (AESR) front cover.