b. All items listed in TB 1-1500-341-01 and/or ULLS-A component
legitimate code files and do not have a criticality code of
are managed items and should have historical documentation.
Condemned managed and non-managed item(s) must be mutilated per
into the commercial sector without adequate historical documentation
suitable for FAA airworthiness certification and paragraph
Responsibility for Mutilation.
Commanders of units or
activities that are authorized by the Maintenance Allocation Chart, in
the appropriate "-23" TM to remove, replace, and use an aircraft
component/part, will ensure the following:
in the Recoverability
Code column of the
FED LOG is considered as requiring special handling
and will be
processed per the appropriate directive. All other
aeronautical items shall be mutilated at the lowest
maintenance level, prior to the item being disposed
of through the
Retirement life items with a SMR/Recoverability code of
(condemnation and disposal at Depot or Special Repair Activity)
that have reached their designated MAOT, or have 99 hours or less of
the MAOT remaining are to be classified as condemned materiel and
mutilated at the AVUM/AVIM level before turn-in to local supply or
DRMO as scrap.
APPLY to these items.
Until the mutilation of a condemned item is accomplished, all
condemned aeronautical items will be identified with DD Form
1577/1577-l, Unserviceable (Condemned) Tag/Label per DA Pamphlet
The "CONDITION CODE" block on the Tag/Label must contain the
to indicate that the materiel is
Supply Condition Code of
block will contain a statement "Mutilation per TM l-1500-328-23
Once the mutilation has been completed, prior to turn-in,
change the statement to "Mutilation has been accomplished
Items identified in TB l-1500-341-01 or the ULLS-A component
legitimate code file will have all required forms and records prepared
and processed per DA Pamphlet 738-751.