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NEWS | Sept. 9, 2022

Black Hawk: Add Work Package Changes to IADS

BLUF:  Use Aviation Maintenance Action Message (AMAM) GEN-20-AMAM-04 to upload work packages to IADS.

A Soldier work on a SINCGARS radio
Photo by Aungel Terrangi
Mechanics, several work packages (WPs) in TM 1-1520-237-23 (Mar 22) and TM 1-1520-246-23&P (Jun 21) are being updated with guidance on the “wet install” of bolts to certain listed components. View the affected WPs HERE.
The revised work packages need to be uploaded to IADS in accordance with the instructions in Aviation Maintenance Action Message (AMAM) GEN-20-AMAM-04. The AMAM explains the step-by-step process for posting electronic changes in IADS until the TM’s next official release.
You can view and download the AMAM HERE, with your CAC in hand. Click on Consolidated Listings, select Aviation as the Record Type, GEN as System Type and AMAM as Message Type. Then click Search. Results are listed in chronological order.
Also, check out IADS: Export and Import Function Enables Sharing of Notes.
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