6. Thread one running end of the log record attachment tie in a tacking needle and pass the tacking
needle, with attached end, through the edge binding of the applicable parachute log record/
inspection data pocket.
7. Remove the lacing end from the tacking needle; make a finished 10-inch-long log record attaching
loop by securing the two lacing ends together with an overhand knot.
8. Insert the log record into the pocket and secure the record within the pocket using the pocket flap and
applicable type flap fastener.
Log record book entries will be made with a suitable type blue or
black marking device that cannot be erased (no felt tip markers).
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 and
accomplish subsequent record entries using the following procedures:
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. Entries may be continued on the inside of
the back cover, if necessary.
DATE OF MFG. (Month & Year)
MO/YR CANOPY PLACED IN SERVICE
CANOPY CONTRACT NO.
STATION & UNIT
(Continued on inside back cover)