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a. Date. Enter the data (day, month, and year) of each inspection action applied to the item. These
actions include the initial inspection and routine inspection.
b. Routine Inspection. Enter a checkmark when an item is administered a routine inspection.
c. Jumped or Dropped. No entry required.
d. Packers Name. The rigger performing the routine inspection, as applicable will sign this entry.
e. Inspectors Name. The inspector who has performed the pack-in-process inspection or routine
inspection, as applicable, will sign this entry.
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.
7. 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 item
information data block to collect the required data.
c. In the replacement log record; transcribe the initial and last entry made on the JUMP,
INSPECTION, AND REPACK DATA page of the original log record.
d. Transcribe all data from the remaining pages of the original log record to the appropriate pages of
the replacement log record.
e. After all original data has been transcribed, destroy the original log record.
8. Replacing a lost log record.
Any time a log record is discovered missing from a an item, a
replacement log record will be initiated during repack or inspection,
a. Using a suitable blue or black marking device, enter NEW BOOK at the top of the inside front
cover of the replacement log record.
b. Accomplish the log record inside front cover as detailed above.