ARMY TM 10-1670-271-23&P
AIR FORCE TO 14D1-2-464-2
MARINE CORPS TM 01136B-23&P/1
2-4. Initial Receipt (CONT).
(6) Remove the thread end from the tacking needle and make a finished 10-inch-long log record
attaching loop by securing the two thread ends together with an overhand knot.
(7) Insert the log record into the pocket and secure the record within the pocket using the pocket flap
and applicable type flap fastener.
g. Accomplishing a Log Record. Upon completion of the first technical/rigger-type inspection, the
individual performing the inspection will Initially prepare a log record for an individual parachute or applicable
type parachute harness and accomplish subsequent record entries using the following procedures:
Log record book entries will be made with a suitable type blue or black marking
device that cannot be erased
(1) Inside front cover. Using the information provided on the parachute canopy data block, make the
following entries on the Inside front cover of the log record (figure 2-2). Entries may be continued on the inside
of the back cover, if necessary.
(a) Serial number. Enter the parachute canopy assembly serial number.
A parachute canopy serial number is recorded in a log record as a method of
establishing control for maintenance, Equipment Improvement Report (EIR) and
Quality Deficiency Report (QDR) documentation, and to insure the correct original
record is reattached should the record become detached. A canopy serial number
will not be used for property accountability, except in test projects or other special
Figure 2-2. Inside Front Cover of Parachute Log Record.