5. Unit and Direct Support Repair and Inspection Data. When a parachute assembly is initially received
from a supply source and a technical/rigger type inspection is performed, document the inspection
accomplishment on the Unit and Intermediate 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 Maintenance Advisory
Message (MAM) or Ground Precautionary Message (GPM) as follows:
a. Type of repair. Enter the type of repair, completion of initial inspection, repair accomplishment,
Maintenance Advisory Message (MAM) or Ground Precautionary Message (GPM) compliance.
b. Inspection by. The individual who accomplished the inspection required will sign this entry with
last name only.
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.
e. Note page. A page is provided at the back of a parachute log record to accommodate recording
of additional data pertinent to the serviceability of a parachute canopy assembly. This shall also
include the month and year the item was placed in service.
A parachute log record that is completely filled out, lost, illegible, or
in an otherwise unserviceable condition, will be replaced with a
serviceable log record.
6. Replacing a filled out or unserviceable log record.
a. Using a suitable blue or black marking device, enter NEW BOOK on the outside front cover of the
replacement log record.
b. Transcribe the information from the inside front cover of the original log record to the inside front
cover of the replacement log record. If the original data is illegible or missing, use the canopy
information data block to collect the required data.
RISER MFG DATE: 7 JAN 2000
PLACED IN SERVICE: 7 JAN 2001
IMMERSED IN SALT WATER: 26 JULY 2001
RINSED: 27 JULY 2001