Getting serviceable parts depends on you turning in unserviceable parts when they need repair.
Photo by Sgt. Avery Cunningham
Mechanics, the Utility Helicopter Program Office recently identified more critical assets that need to be turned in if unserviceable. As we’ve often said, don’t hold on to unserviceable components; they’re needed for repair programs to ensure future supply availability.
Turn in any unserviceable parts you have that are listed in the following table:
|Radio receiver, LF/ADF, ARN-149(V) R-2382/ARN-149(V)1
|Impedance amplifier, AM4859A/ARN-89
|Radio receiver, R-2593/ARN-147(V)
|Flight control panel, (C-10909E/A)
||Denise A. Miller
|Drive shaft assembly*
|APN-209 radar altimeter*
*Note that for each returned drive shaft assembly, units will receive an unserviceable credit. Also note that the APN-209 radar altimeter is no longer procurable and must be sustained by turning it in for repair.
|Denise A. Miller