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NEWS | June 17, 2020

Chinook: TM Change Coming

Soldiers conduct 200 hours phase maintenance on an CH-47 Chinook helicopter.
Photo by Charles Rosemond

Mechanics,

A DA Form 2028 change request has been approved for the Chinook F-model, TM 1-1520-271-23&P (Aug 18).

In WP 4796, the section on removing the mass memory server (MMS), a note will be added that says,

“If you are removing a MMS, NSN 7025-01-613-2079, P/N 903209-1, on an aircraft without 29 or 30, retain the dust cap on the J4 connector to put on the new MMS.”
 
Make sure dust cap’s installed on MMS-II J4 connector when placed in avionics closet
Make sure dust cap’s installed on MMS-II J4 connector
when placed in avionics closet

 
Make a note in the TM until it’s updated.

 
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