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a. MWO number. Enter the publication number and date of the Modification Work Order, which
describes the MWO (1, see illustration below).
b. MWO title. Enter a short, abbreviated title extracted from the MWO prescribing the work.
c. Modified by. Enter the last name of the individual who has performed the modification. If the
original log record for the parachute has been lost, and it has been ascertained through inspection
that a particular modification has been accomplished, the entry for this column will be C/W,
complied with (2, in the illustration detailed above), which signifies the applicable MWO has been
d. Inspected by. The individual who accomplished the inspection required after modification will sign
this entry with last name only.
e. Unit. Enter the unit designation responsible for performing the MWO or in the event of a lost Log
Record, the unit to which the inspector is assigned.
f. Date. Enter the day, month, and year the modification work was completed.
4. Unit and Direct Support repair and inspection date. When a parachute canopy assembly is initially
received from a supply source and a technical/rigger-type inspection is performed, the inspection
accomplishment will be documented on the Unit and Direct Support Maintenance Repair and
Inspection Data page of the individual Parachute Log Record. Additional entries will also be made on
this page each time the canopy assembly is repaired or is administered an inspection in compliance
with a one-time inspection Technical Bulletin (TB). The page completion criteria is as follows:
a. Type of repair. Enter the type of repair, completion of initial inspection, repair
accomplishment, Technical Bulletin Inspection compliance.
b. Inspection by. The individual who accomplished the inspection required will sign this
entry with last name.
c. Unit. Enter the unit designation responsible for performing the type of repair.
d. Date. Enter the day, month, and year the repair was performed.