Figure 8-8 is an example of an AESR Installed
Explosive Device Record for an ejection seat. The
Installed Explosive Device Record in the AESR is
maintained similarly to the Installed Explosive Device
Record in the aircraft logbook.
Inventory Record (OPNAV 4790/27A)
The Inventory Record, (fig. 8-9) is common to both
the aircraft logbook and the AESR. The Inventory
Record is used to maintain a current inventory of all
equipment or components that require an SRC, EHR,
ASR, or MSR. Sound maintenance practices and flight
safety considerations dictate those items, other than
mandatory, that should be recorded on this form.
NOTE: Make sure that components, assemblies,
or modules properly associated with equipment that
requires an AESR are recorded in this section and NOT
with airframe components in the aircraft logbook.
At the time of repair by the IMA or rework by the
depot activity, all old Inventory Records are removed
and new forms inserted in the AESR. All pertinent data
for those items that have been installed by the
equipment custodian during the previous service period
and that are not scheduled for removal during repair or
rework are transcribed to the new form(s) to maintain
proper maintenance continuity. SRCs, EHRs, ASRs, or
MSRs installed during repair or rework are also listed
on this new form.
Assembly Service Record (ASR) (OPNAV
The latest edition of Aeronautical Time Cycle
Management Program, NAVAIRINST 4790.3,
establishes the policy and responsibilities for the
planned removal/replacement of selective assemblies
Figure 8-8.Installed Explosive Device Record.