BASIC INFORMATION. The information that
you are required to enter at the top of each page is basic
information. Enter the complete aircraft model
designation, type of directive, and the aircraft BUNO.
A separate sheet is required for each type of directive;
therefore, when initiating a new sheet, you should enter
the same basic information on both sides of the sheet at
that time. This procedure prevents someone else from
using the reverse side of the sheet for another type of
directive at a later date.
the aircraft logbook. Do not confuse codes in table 6-1
with codes used to annotate List No. 02.
TITLE/REMARKS. You should enter the title of
the TD in this block. The title does not have to be the
complete subject of the TD.
COMPLIANCE. In this block, you should enter the
short title of the activity that complied with the TD and
the date of compliance.
TECHNICAL DIRECTIVE IDENTIFICATION.
You should enter the TD identification data in this
block. All TDs are accounted for in numerical
sequence. To do this, you will need to leave spaces for
TDs not yet received. You should enter the following
information in the Technical Directive Identification
SIGNATURE. A person who has aircraft logbook
signature authority signs in this block.
The applicable kit number that is given on
the TD. If there is no kit number assigned,
A priority code: I for immediate, U for
urgent, R for routine, or K for record
Only original accepting activities and NADEPs can
use block entries on the Technical Directives form.
This type of entry provides for a consolidated
accounting of directives when the aircraft is new and
upon completion of each standard rework. Block
entries are used only when a series of consecutively
numbered directives that have the same Status code are
being documented. This enables subsequent custodians
to determine the configuration of the aircraft without
being required to screen the entire file of directives for
NOTE: Priority code K is used when a
modification has been completely incorporated by the
contractor in all accepted equipment before the TD is
Some TDs consist of several parts. Logbook
accounting of this type of directive presents special
problems when the separate parts are assigned different
priorities and are to be accomplished at different times.
When this happens, you should use the following
STATUS. In this block, enter the Status code. Only
If all parts of the TD are to be accomplished
the Status codes shown in table 6-1 should be used in
by the same activity and at the same time,
Table 6-1.Technical Directive Status Codes
N I S
Indicates a specified TD has been completely incorporated.
Is a temporary pencil entry to indicate a TD has not yet been
Identifies TDs that were previously incorporated.
Indicates that a TD is not applicable to a particular model
aircraft or BUNO.
Identifies TDs that have not or will not be issued, and TDs that
have not been received.
Identifies when a previously issued TD is canceled before it is
Documents TDs that were installed, but subsequently