DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL BULLETIN
AH-64D AIRCRAFT FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS
AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
FOR UNEXPECTED LOSS
OF AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL POWER
Headquarters, Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.
26 April 2000
DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
THIS PUBLICATION IS EFFECTIVE UNTIL RESCINDED OR SUPERSEDED.
a. Aircraft in Use. Upon receipt of this Technical Bulletin (TB), the condition status symbol of the cited
aircraft will be changed to a red horizontal dash //--//. The red horizontal dash //--// entry shall state, "Air-
craft shall be inspected in accordance with TB 1-1520-251-20-01." Failure to comply with the requirements
of this TB within the time frame specified will cause the status symbol of the affected aircraft to be upgraded
to a red //x//. Aircraft in red //x// status will be maintained in flyable storage with ground run-ups authorized.
b. Aircraft in Depot Maintenance. N/A.
Aircraft Undergoing Maintenance. N/A.
d. Aircraft in Transit.
(1) Surface/Air Shipment. N/A.
(2) Ferry Status. N/A.
e. Maintenance Trainers (Category A and B). N/A.
Component/Parts in Stock at All Levels (Depot and Others) Including War Reserves. N/A.
(1) Wholesale Stock. N/A.
(2) Retail Stock. N/A.
This TB supersedes USAAMCOM Safety of Flight 132324Z APR 00 (AH-64-00-07).