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NEWS | Sept. 21, 2023

UH-60: Order Main Rotor Bonding Jumper Wire Kits Now!

BLUF:  If you haven’t yet ordered and installed the main rotor bonding jumper wire kits for your Black Hawk aircraft, do it now.

Soldier performing maintenance on a Black Hawk
Photo by 1st Lt. Lydia Laga
Mechanics, there’s been a decrease in orders for the bonding jumper wire kits for the Black Hawk main rotors. The Utility Project Office is distributing one (1) kit for every aircraft tail number to ensure all units comply with the suspense date of 18 Feb 2024.
If you have not received a kit, check out aviation maintenance action message H-60-22-AMAM-09 with addendums HERE.

Directions on how to request the kits are in the AMAM, which include completing Addendum 3 (.xlxs file) and emailing it to:
If you have installed the main rotor bonding jumper wires, you must report final compliance in AMTRACKS per Paragraph 11.2 of H-60-22-AMAM-09. Aircraft that are not in compliance with the AMAM as of 18 Feb 2024 will be considered administratively grounded.
To get the NSNs that have been assigned for the wire jumper kit parts, check out the PS Magazine article UH-60: Install Wire Jumper Kits ASAP.
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