on each catapult. When a logbook is filled, the
historical or permanent data shall be transferred into a
new maintenance log and the completed log retained
for a minimum of two years.
STEAM CATAPULT LOG
The steam catapult log (fig. 7-28) is maintained
during all catapult operations by a catapult recorder
stationed at the central charging panel (CCP) or main
control console (MCC).
ARRESTING GEAR WORK CENTER
The work center maintenance log (fig. 7-29) is the
most important record kept on the arresting gear
system. The arresting gear supervisor shall maintain a
separate maintenance log for each arresting engine.
Sufficient pages in the front of the log should be
reserved for entering data of a historical or permanent
nature. Daily entries should be made listing all
maintenance performed during a 24-hour period. When
a log is filled, the historical or permanent data shall be
transferred into a new maintenance log and the
completed log retained for a minimum of two years.
The Recovery Log (fig. 7-30) is maintained during
all aircraft recovery operations by the Pri-fly control
pane operator to provide a uniform system of recording
pertinent arresting gear data.
Figure 7-28.Steam catapult log.