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NEWS | Jan. 17, 2024

UH-60/AH-64: Complete and Report All SOF and ASAMs

BLUF: A series of ASAMs and SOFs have not been reported as complete and are showing up flagged in the 2410 database.

Black Hawk, Apache, and Chinook helicopters lined up on flight line.
Photo by Pascal Demeuldre
Mechanics, it’s important to apply all safety of flights (SOFs) and aviation safety action messages (ASAMs) that affect your aircraft when they are released to your unit. Make sure you conduct required inspections and report completion of all SOFs and ASAMs in a timely manner.

In the attached Utility Helicopter Newsletter (Nov-Dec 23) HERE is a series of SOF and ASAM alerts for components that still require inspection and reporting, to include:
  • cold section modules
  • power turbine modules
  • digital engine control units.
Make sure your aircraft components are compliant.
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