In blocks 72, 73, 74 enter the data for the unit that is
responsible for the MTA or training device.
In block 75, enter the
date the aircraft was classified to MTA status, or when the component
In the remarks block enter a comment showing that the
item is being used for training.
When components are removed from a MTA or other training
devices, and returned to the active inventory the following action is
(1) Use copy 2 (Repair/Overhaul/Gain)
to report the gain of the
component back into the active inventory.
In Reason for Gain, block
(Return from training).
44, enter the code
Dispose of copy 1 and
3, they are not needed.
(2) Use copy 1 (Removal Report) of a new set of DA Form 2410 for
the removal of the item from the MTA or training device. DO NOT USE
COPY 1 OF THE DA FORM 2410 USED AS A GAIN TO THE INVENTORY.
Failure Code, block 10, enter
(Turned-in to supply per Table
1-3, DA Pamphlet 738-751).
In the Remarks block enter "Removed from
a maintenance training device", and any significant comments about
the condition of the item, such as; time since new or overhaul, etc.
Copy 2 and 3 will remain with the item.
Attach copy 2 from the
to this copy 1 and forward both DA Forms 2410 to AMCOM.
When RC items reach their assigned MAOT, or when directed by
AMCOM, to dispose of the item by sending it to the local DRMO, the
following procedures will apply:
(1) Report the removal of the item from the MTA or training
device with Copy 1 (Removal report).
In the Failure Code, block 10,
(Used for training).
Destroy copy 2.
(2) Use copy 3
report the loss of the
component to the inventory.
In Reason for Loss, block 66, enter the
(Loss through mutilation).
Reporting the installation of components on Category A or B
or training devices will be per the instructions in
DA Pamphlet 738-751.
Theft or Misappropriation of Training Items.
Theft and reuse
of aircraft components could have catastrophic results in civil or
military aviation; therefore, the following procedures will apply to
all incidents involving stolen components:
Investigation Division (CID).
Notify the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Surveillance
and Analysis Division, (Air-300) PO Box 17030, Washington, DC
number is (703) 661-0113.