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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.
7. Replacing a lost log record.
Any time a log record is discovered missing from a parachute, 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 prescribed above.
c. The age life of the canopy will be obtained from the date placed in service (initial) and other
applicable data on the Jump, Inspection, and Repack Data page of the log record, as detailed
above. Enter IN, if the date placed in service is known. If not known, enter UNK.
d. If it can be ascertained by inspection that a previous MWO or TB has been complied with,
applicable entries will be made on the appropriate page of the replacement log record.
e. Attach the replacement log record to the log record/inspection data pocket using the procedures
RECEIPT OF USED PARACHUTE
Upon initial receipt of used parachute, proceed as follows:
1. Follow procedures given in the General Procedures for Air Delivery Equipment paragraph, above, and
check each component for excessive wear and tear.
2. If defects or damages are discovered, process the parachute for maintenance at the maintenance
level assigned by the Maintenance Allocation Chart (MAC), WP 0042 00.
When a parachute is received at the maintenance activity, following its use by the parachutist during air
delivery, it must be given a shakeout and aired (WP 0007 00), and if necessary, cleaned (WP 0008 00)
before it can be returned to service. If a parachute is issued but is not used, it does not need to be given a
shakeout; however, it must be given a routine inspection by a qualified parachute rigger (MOS 92R).
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