maintained at all times on the Miscellaneous/History
To aid the IMA and depot activities in determining
repair or rework requirements of equipment following
rejection, the activity that rejects the equipment MUST
completely document the reason for and nature of the
rejection on the Miscellaneous/History record. For
example, an entry such as overtemp is not enough.
Information must be given as to the degree of
overtemp, the length of overtemp, and the
circumstances under which the overtemp occurred,
such as at start, in flight, during shutdown, or during
ground runup. Corrective measures that were taken
must also be listed.
Some incidents recorded on the Miscellaneous/
History record require specific statements to accurately
describe the circumstances that surround the incident.
These specific statements include, but are not limited
to, the following:
Change in authorized inspection interval. If
there is a change in the authorized inspection interval,
the following entry is required: Effective (date) was
placed on (specified interval) in accordance with
(authority); next inspection due (date or hours).
A change in the inspection induction date or
hourly sequence requires that the following entry be
made: Effective (date) inspection induction date (or
hours) was rescheduled from (old date or hours) to
(new date or hours) as authorized by (reference).
Equipment Receipt. Activities that receive
equipment with the Equipment Operating Record will
make the following entry: This date, The Equipment
Operating Record accumulated operating hours were
verified to be correct.
Activities that transfer equipment must annotate
the record with the date, reason for transfer, activity
transferred to, job control number (JCN), shipping
document number, and if applicable, Status and STAR
(strikes, transfers, acquisitions, or removals) codes.
You should refer to the latest edition of
OPNAVINST 4790.2 for other specific documentation
requirements when making entries on this record.
Q12. In what record should Naval Oil Analysis
Program (NOAP) entries be logged in the AESR?
Preservation/Depreservation Record (OPNAV
The Preservation/Depreservation Record (fig. 8-7)
in the AESR contains a record of preservation,
represervation, and depreservation. When used in the
AESR, the Preservation/Depreservation Record is
maintained like the Preservation/Depreservation
Record in the aircraft logbook. If the equipment
(engine propellers, ejection seats, or APUs) is installed
in the aircraft and the aircraft is preserved but the
preservation requirement is not applied to the specific
equipment, then no preservation entry is made to the
Your activity initiates a preservation action on an
aircraft. An entry should be made in the aircraft
logbooks PreservationlDepreservation Record.
No preservation was performed on installed
engines. What entry, if any, should be made on
the Preservation/Depreservation Record in the
Installed Explosive Device Record (OPNAV
The Installed Explosive Device Record contains a
record of all explosive devices installed. This record is
generated through the Survival Equipment Asset
Tracking System/Increased Capabilities (SEATS/
ICAP) program. SEATS/ICAPS is a management
information system for use at O-level, I-level, and
D-level aviation maintenance activities and provides
a standardized system for management of Sur-
vival Equipment and cartridge-actuated devices
(CADs)/aircrew escape propulsion systems (AEPS).