remain installed on the aircraft, or used separately in a display,
must be reported as a loss to the Army inventory. AMCOM is aware of
the large volume of DA Form 2410s needed to be generated when an
aircraft becomes a display item; therefore, AMCOM will prepare the DA
for all managed items that will remain installed on, or
accompany the aircraft.
The losing activity will comply with the
1. Aircraft selected for use, as a static display will forward
all the aircraft records to AMCOM.
Records of aircraft used in a museum display may remain with
the aircraft under the following conditions:
(a) The aircraft has significant historical value.
(b) The records are required to add value to the display.
When directed by AMCOM.
Prepare a memorandum summarizing the reclassification of the
aircraft to a display/museum status.
Perform a serial number inventory of the aircraft, comparing
serial numbers listed on DA forms 2408-16 and 2408-16-l with the
Disassembly of sub-components for inaccessible
serial numbers is NOT REQUIRED. All discrepancies between the
installed components and historical records will be documented in the
significant historical data block.
Do not line out components on DA
Form 2408-16 or DA Form 2408-16-1, which are installed or will remain
installed on the aircraft.
If the records are designated to accompany the aircraft, make
a readable photocopy of the current DA Form 2408-13, and all DA Forms
2408-15, 2408-16, and 2408-16-l in the aircraft historical logbook.
6. Mail records (copies when authorized), a photocopy of the
AMCOM "Save List" with the appropriate DA Form
reclassification memorandum, and all other documentation stated in the
transfer instructions, to Commander AMCOM, ATTN:
Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL 35898-5000.
Remove Aircraft Data Plate. Aircraft selected as static
displays are considered condemned; therefore, the aircraft data plate,
must be removed before release. Aircraft that are donated to museums
may retain their data plates, provided the individual aircraft has
special historical value, or AMCOM approves the retention of the data
Data plates on aircraft selected for Army museums will remain
in place until the display is no longer needed.
Limited Demilitarization. All explosive devices must be removed
from the aircraft. Any weapons that remain installed must be made