If copper wire, NSN 5340-00-391-4240, is not
6145-00-234-4991, and lead seal NSN
5340-00-598-3417. Use press seal NSN
5120-00-221-1668 for crimping the lead seal.
(2) Sealing procedures. Accomplish the follow-
ing procedures when sealing first aid kits:
Complete DD Form 1574 in accordance
with DA PAM 738-751.
The inspection DUE DATE will be no longer
than the first item with an expiration period.
That date will become the DUE DATE for the
Supplies of Materiel Condition Tags will be
requisitioned through normal publication
Reseal kit by closing zipper and placing
slide fastener tab in down and locked position, and install
flat-head pin into slide fastener loop.
Slip free end of sealing wire through
end of flat-head pin already installed in loop and
pull wire through until lead seal is against end of pin.
Continue by passing free end of wire
through one of the holes in seal and pull wire so that seal
is held tightly against end of pin.
(e) Proceed, by passing end of wire
through hole of materiel condition tag.
Position tag along with wire, approxi-
mately one inch away from seal, continue by passing the
free end of wire through one of the holes in the lead seal.
Extend wire so that both wires from tag
to seal are even, then take free end of wire, and pass it
through hole in materiel condition tag again.
Crimp seal, then twist materiel condi-
tion tag three or four times. This will create a loop that will
hold tag in position.
After completing the resealing action,
position tag to the double edge of fabric, as shown in
figure 11-5, with a minimum of two staples from a stan-
dard office type stapler. This action is intended to reduce
the inadvertent loss of the tag due to wind movement
when operating aircraft with door/windows open.
Figure 11-5. Properly Attached Flat-Head Pin, Lead Seal, and Identification Tag.