ARMY TM 10-1670-275-23&P
AIR FORCE TO 13C5-25-2
NAVY NAVAIR 13-1-26
Marking and Restenciling.
This task covers: a. Marking b. Restenciling
Brush, Stenciling, Item 4, Appendix D
43E(10) Parachute Rigger
Ink, Marking, Item 14, Appendix D
Marker, Felt Tip, Black, Item 16,
Pen, Ball Point, Item 19, Appendix D
Layout on packing table or other
Stencil board, Oiled, Item 22, Appendix D
Stenciling should be used whenever possible. A ball point pen or felt tip marker
should be used only where stenciling is not possible, or when stenciling devices are
not available. However, only felt tip markers that contain parachute marking Ink
and marked "FOR PARACHUTE MARKING" Is authorized for use In marking air
delivery items. Any type ball point pen using black or blue ink may be used for
marking on labels only.
Original stenciled data or marking that becomes faded, Illegible, obliterated, or are
removed as a result of performing a repair procedure will be remarked with a ball
point pen, felt tip marker, or re-stenciled. All marking or re-stenciling will be done
on, or as near as possible to, the original location and should conform to the
original lettering type and size.
a. Marking. Using marking device, such as ball point pen or felt tip marker, mark on, or as near as
possible to, original location and conform to original lettering type and size.
b. Restenciling. Proceed as follows:
(1) Cut oiled stencil board to original lettering type and size of data to be re-stenciled.
(2) Place cut stencil board over, or as near as possible to, original marking to be re-stenciled.
(3) Place additional sheet of stencil board beneath the area to be re-stenciled to prevent the marking ink
from penetrating to other areas.
(4) Hold stencil board in place and, using stenciling brush filled with parachute marking ink, re-stencil
c. Remarking and Restenciling. Remark or re-stencil original stenciled data or markings that become
faded, illegible, obliterated or have been removed as a result of performing a repair procedure. Ensure all
marking or re-stenciling is on, or as near as possible to, the original location and conforms to the original
lettering type and size.