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NEWS | Jan. 4, 2021

Apache: Turn in Unserviceable Parts For Repair

Soldier working on Apache.
Photo by Charles Rosemond
 
Getting broken Apache parts repaired is important to keep your aircraft mission ready. But it’s also important to turn in parts when they’re unserviceable.
        
Check your area and back shops for these parts in particular: 
 
  • Hydraulic ram pump, NSN 4320-01-305-6955
  • Manual control lever, NSN 3040-01-171-3972
If you’ve got these parts lying around, turn them in now through normal supply channels to:
 
Red River Army Depot
DLA Distribution
Plant 7001/RIC BR4/DODAAC W562RM
Texarkana, TX 75507-5000
        
When you return an unserviceable pump, make sure the manual control lever is included in the shipment. 
 
Always turn in manual control lever with pump
Always turn in manual control lever with pump
 
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