ARMY TM 10-1670-294-23&P
AIR FORCE T.O. 13C5-33-2
NAVY NAVAIR 13-1-34
Figure 2-1. Installing Attachment Tie on Parachute Log Record.
f. 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:
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 parachute canopy serial number is recorded in a log record as
a method of establishing control for maintenance, EIR
(Equipment Improvement Report) and QDR (Quality Deficiency
Report) 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 instances.
(a) Serial number. Enter the parachute canopy assembly serial number.
(b) Type. Enter the parachute type.