If the stolen item is a managed item, report the removal from
the Category A or B aircraft, MTA, or training device with Copy 1
In Failure Code, block 10, enter
In the Remarks block enter the CID case number, and any
significant comments about the condition of the item.
loss of the item to the inventory with copy 3 (Installation/Loss) of
In Reason for Loss, block 66, enter
the same DA Form 2410.
(Physical loss other than combat).
Controlled Substitution of Components.
components/parts from Category A and B aircraft, to flyable or other
Category A or B aircraft is allowed.
The component must be
determined serviceable by a qualified technical inspector, and must
be of the proper configuration with all-necessary modifications and
Unserviceable non-reportable items
may be removed from flyable or Category A or B aircraft and installed
Serviceable items should not be removed from aircraft for
on a MTA.
The substitution between
training devices except FATDs is permitted, and the exchange of items
between FATDs is authorized.
ITEMS LISTED IN TB 1-1500-341-01 OR THE
ULLLS-A COMPONENT LEGITIMENT CODE FILES WILL NOT BE REMOVED FROM ANY
MTA, FATD, OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF TRAINING DEVICE, AND INSTALLED ON AN
OPERATIONAL AIRCRAFT, OR TRAINING AIRCRAFT.
Reportable items removed
from a MTA, training devices or isolated elements must be returned
for depot level repair/overhaul before reuse.
Condition change items
must undergo a thorough technical inspection at the
higher, and be certified serviceable before reuse.
Item's of any
type will not be removed from a FATD and installed on an operational
or training aircraft, MTA, dynamic training device, or used as an
Furthermore, items removed from a
Isolated Aeronautical Element.
FATD will not be turned-in to the supply/repair system without the
approval of the item manager at AMCOM.
When items are removed from a
Category A, aircraft the item must be replaced with a serviceable
replacement, at the earliest possible date.
Classification/Reclassification to Training Aircraft/MTA.
Whenever possible, aircraft that are damaged, deteriorated or retired
The final determination on
will be used as a source for
classification of a retired, crash damaged or deteriorated aircraft
Under no circumstance will any aircraft be
will be made by AMCOM.
classified to a Category A or B aircraft or MTA, without the written
approval from AMCOM. When notified to reclassify an aircraft to MTA
status, the following actions are required:
On DA Form 2408-13 the condition status, entered for all
On DA Form 2408-13-l enter in the
will be a Red/Black
Fault/Remark block "Aircraft permanently grounded, and restricted
entered in the
from all ground run operations," and a Red/Black