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*SB 11-642

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY SUPPLY BULLETIN

REPAIR AND RETURN PROCEDURES UNDER


OVERHAUL AND REPAIR (O&R)
FOR
ALTIMETER SET, ELECTRONIC AN/APN-209( )(V)( )
Department of the Army, Washington, DC
1 July 1989

General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.

GENERAL.

a. Purpose. This Supply Bulletin (SB) provides


the basic Overhaul and Repair (O&R) concept (with
property accountability retained by the user by item
type, not necessarily by serial number), and also
furnishes instructions for the return of subject equipment warranty.
b. Concept. Equipment furnished under O&R
will be free from defects in material, quality of work,
and design and will operate in its intended environment in accordance with the specifications of the
contract until September 1990 unless otherwise
extended. THE EQUIPMENT WILL CONTAIN
APPROPRIATE SEALS WHICH MUST NOT BE
BROKEN OR TAMPERED WITH IN ORDER TO

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COMPLY WITH WARRANTY CONDITIONS OF


THE CONTRACT.
(1) Under the contract terms of the warranty,
the contractor shall not be obliged to repair any
component under this warranty if failure or nonconformance is caused by fire, explosion, submersion,
aircraft crash, enemy action, natural disaster, and/or
accidental or willful mistreatment. However, components damaged or requiring repair because of the
aforementioned causes, are still required to be
returned to the contractor for final inspection, evaluation, and disposition. Items damaged because of any
of the preceding causes will be evaluated and repaired,
if feasible, under a separate contract and then
returned.

Distribution authorized to the Department of Defense and DOD


contractors only for official use or for administration or operational
purposes. This determination was made on 15 June 1987. Other
requests for this document will be referred to Commander, US
Army Communications-Electronics Command and Fort Monmouth, ATTN: AMSEL-ME-P, Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703-5000.
DESTRUCTION NOTICEDestroy by any method that will prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of the document.

*This supply bulletin supersedes SB 11-642, dated 15 September 1987.

(2) The return to the contractor of altimeters


found to be operating satisfactorily by both the contractor and Government DCASO personnel at the
contractors plan will, under the provisions of the
O&R, subject the Government to monetary penalties.
To avoid such penalties, failures must be carefully
checked in accordance with the TM, prior to return to
the contractor.
(3) The O&R maintenance philosophy uses a
direct interface between the users maintenance
organization (i.e., usually the direct support unit or
aviation intermediate maintenance (AVIM) organization) and the equipment manufacturers repair facility. This means that the users maintenance organization receives, processes, and returns the failed unit to
the manufacturer. Shipment of the replacement/
repaired unit will be made directly to the evacuating
maintenance unit. Multiple handling of serviceable/
unserviceable equipment between intermediate organizations is to be avoided to eliminate long handling
and processing times.
(4) O&R effectiveness is based upon quick
processing of failed equipments to and from the contractors repair facilities.
c. Background. Altimeter Set, Electronic AN/
APN-209( )(V)( ) is a lightweight high resolution
pulse radar which, when installed in Army aircraft,
provides a continuous digital display and dial indication of the absolute altitude of the aircraft relative to
the surface of the earth or other physical
obstructions.
(1) The AN/APN-209( )(V)( ) has 25 configurations, the components of which are shown in
table 1. For example, the AN/APN-209(V)l Electronic Altimeter Set consists of two AS-2595/APN194(V) Antennas and one RT-1115/APN-209(V)
Height Indicator Receiver-Transmitter. The lighting
specifications for the AN/APN-209( )(V)( ) Electronic Altimeter Set is as follows:
(a) AN/APN-209A(V)( ) - Red LED,
yellow warning lights, and red dial lighting.
(b) AN/APN-209B(V)( ) - Green LED,
green infrared filtered warning lights, and red dial
lighting.
(c) AN/APN-209C(V)( ) - Green LED,
green infrared filtered warning lights, and green infrared filtered dial lighting.
(d) AN/APN-209D(V)( ) - Green LED,
green infrared filtered warning lights, and green infrared filtered dial lighting.
(2) The AN/APN-209( )(V)( ) and all of its
components are being procured by the US Army
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CECOM with an O&R contract from the manufacturer, Honeywell Inc., Military Avionics Division.
O&R provides that any component of the altimeter
set, electronic, furnished under contract referenced in
paragraph 3a, which fails to perform as specified and
which is returned to Honeywell, will be repaired or
replaced by Honeywell during the O&R period.
(3) D U R I N G T H E L I F E O F T H E W A R RANTY PERIOD, THERE IS TO BE NO REPAIR
OF THESE ITEMS WITHIN ARMY MAINTENANCE CHANNELS, AVUM, AVIM, DEPOT, OR
BY FACILITIES OTHER THAN THOSE OF THE
MANUFACTURER.
(4) Aviation units receiving aircraft with the
new subject equipment may requisition spares as
authorized.
2. SCOPE. These instructions provide Army field
commanders, other services, and authorized contract
facilities (including airframe manufacturers and commercial airframe overhaul facilities) involved with
Army aircraft, with the method of disposition, handling, and accounting, under the O&R.
3.

PROCEDURES.

Equipment Under Warranty. Items authorized for Repair and Return under Contract DAAB0786-C-H038 are identified in table 2.
b. Materiel Flow.
(1) A general repair and return warranty flow
diagram for Altimeter Set, Electronic AN/APN209( )(V)( ) is shown in figure 1.
(2) Those components requiring repair will be
returned directly to the contractor addressed and
marked as follows:
Honeywell Inc.
Military Avionics Division
1625 Zarthan Ave
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
ATTN: APN-209 Repair Service
Administrator
(3) Under O&R (Contract DAAB07-86-CH038) for the AN/APN-209( )(V)( ) Electronic
Altimeter Set, the AN/APN-209(V), AN/APN209A(V)( ), and AN/APN-209B(V)( ) Electronic
Altimeter Set configurations shall be retrofit by the
contractor to the AN/APN-209C(V)( ) configuration.
Retrofit shall be accomplished by the modification of
the following components:
(a) Height Indicators ID-1917/APN209(V) and ID-1917A/APN-209(V) shall be retrofit to
the ID-1917B/APN-209(V) configuration.

Table 1. AN/APN-209( )(V)( ) Electronic Altimeter Set Configurations

NOMENCLATURE

Electronic Altimeter Set


Antenna
Height Indicator
Receiver-Transmitter, Height Indicator
Electronic Altimeter Set
Antenna
Height Indicator
Receiver-Transmitter, Height Indicator
Electronic Altimeter Set
Antenna
Antenna
Antenna
Height Indicator
Receiver-Transmitter
Receiver-Transmitter, Height Indicator
Electronic Altimeter Set
Antenna
Antenna
Height Indicator
Receiver-Transmitter
Receiver-Transmitter, Height Indicator
Electronic Altimeter Set
Antenna
Antenna
Antenna
Height Indicator
Receiver-Transmitter
Receiver-Transmitter, Height Indicator

DASH NO.
QUANTITY

TYPE NO.

AN/APN-209(V)
AS-2595/APN-194(V)
ID-1917/APN-209(V)
RT-1115/APN-209(V)
AN/APN-209A(V)
AS-2595/APN-194(V)
ID-1917/APN-209(V)
RT-1115A/APN-209(V)

-1-2
2 2
0 1
1 1
-1 -2 -3
2 2 2
0 1 2
1 1 1

AN/APN-209B(V)

-1-2-3-4-5-6-7

AS-2595/APN-194(V)
AS-3586/APN-209A(V)
AS-3831/APN-209(V)
ID-1917A/APN-209(V)
RT-141l/APN-209A(V)
RT-1115B/APN-209(V)

2
0
0
0
0
1

2
0
0
1
0
1

0
2
0
0
1
0

2
0
0
1
1
0

0
0
2
0
0
1

0
0
2
1
0
1

AN/APN-209C(V)

-1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6

AS-2595/APN-194(V)
AS-3831/APN-209(V)
ID-1917B/APN-209(V)
RT-1411/APN-209A(V)
RT-1115C/APN-209(V)

2
0
0
0
1

2
0
1
0
1

2
0
1
1
0

0
2
0
0
1

0
2
1
0
1

0
0
2
1
1
0

0
2
1
1
0

AN/APN-209D(V)

-1-2-3-4-5-6-7

AS-2595/APN-194(V)
AS-3586/APN-209A(V)
AS-3831/APN-209(V)
ID-1917C/APN-209(V)
RT-1411A/APN-209A(V)
RT-1115D/APN-209(V)

2
0
0
0
0
1

2
0
0
1
0
1

2
0
0
1
1
0

0
0
2
0
0
1

0
0
2
1
0
1

0
0
2
1
1
0

0
2
0
0
1
0

Table 2. Equipment Under Warranty

NSN

5841-01-058-7873
5841-01-096-8673
5841-01-140-0941
5841-01-245-9090
5841-01-245-9091
5841-01-140-1700
5841-01-245-9094
5841-01-058-7994
5841-01-037-8445
5841-01-245-9092
5841-01-245-9093
5841-00-181-0330
5841-01-069-7660
5895-01-240-8668
5841-01-020-2281
5841-01-023-1211
5841-01-098-4339
5841-01-099-1796
5841-01-114-6007
5841-01-141-8656
5841-01-147-1064
5841-01-145-9991
5841-01-156-0457
5841-01-216-9468
5841-01-245-9097
5841-01-245-9098
5841-01-248-7482
5841-01-245-9099
5841-01-245-9100
5841-01-245-9101
5841-01-245-9102
5841-01-245-9103
5841-01-245-9104
5841-01-245-9105
5841-01-245-9106
5841-01-245-9107
5841-01-245-9108
5841-01-245-9109
5841-01-247-1145

TYPE NO.

RT-1115/APN-209(V)
RTll15A/APN-209(V)
RTll15B/APN-209(V)
RTll15C/APN-209(V)
RTll15D/APN-209(V)
RT-1411/APN-209A(V)
RT-1411A/APN-209A(V)
ID-1917/APN-209(V)
ID-1917A/APN-209(V)
ID-1917B/APN-209(V)
ID-1917C/APN-209(V)
AS-2595/APN-194-(V)
AS-3586/APN-209A(V)
AS-3831/APN-209(V)
AN/APN-209(V)l
AN/APN-209(V)2
AN/APN-209A(V)l
AN/APN-209A(V)2
AN/APN-209A(V)3
AN/APN-209B(V)l
AN/APN-209B(V)2
AN/APN-209B(V)3
AN/APN-209B(V)4
AN/APN-209B(V)5
AN/APN-209B(V)6
AN/APN-209B(V)7
AN/APN-209C(V)l
AN/APN-209C(V)2
AN/APN-209C(V)3
AN/APN-209C(V)4
AN/APN-209C(V)5
AN/APN-209C(V)6
AN/APN-209D(V)l
AN/APN-209D(V)2
AN/APN-209D(V)3
AN/APN-209D(V)4
AN/APN-209D(V)5
AN/APN-209D(V)6
AN/APN-209D(V)7

NOMENCLATURE

Receiver-Transmitter, Height
Receiver-Transmitter, Height
Receiver-Transmitter, Height
Receiver-Transmitter, Height
Receiver-Transmitter, Height
Receiver-Transmitter
Receiver-Transmitter
Indicator, Height
Indicator, Height
Indicator, Height
Indicator, Height
Antenna
Antenna
Antenna
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set
Electronic Altimeter Set

Indicator
Indicator
Indicator
Indicator
Indicator

(b) Height Indicator Receiver-Transmitters RT-l115/APN-209(V), RT-l115A/APN-209(V),


and RT-l115B/APN-209(V) shall be retrofit to the
RT-l115C/APN-209(V) configuration.
NOTE
Using activities should not requisition
replacements for those components
returned for O&R under this equipment
warranty program.
c. AVUM Procedures. Using technical manual
procedures, AVUM will verify that an LRU has failed.
The LRU will be removed from the aircraft, DA Form
2407 prepared, logbook entries made, and the Installation/Removal Data Label affixed to the LRU will be
filled out. The LRU will be taken to the AVIM and
exchanged for a good LRU. AVUM will then fill in the
information on the Installation/Removal Data Label
on the replacement unit, install the LRU in the
aircraft, and make the appropriate entries in the
aircraft log book. The AVUM will fill in and mail
warranty cards.
d. AVIM Procedures. AVIM will verify that the
LRU brought by AVUM has failed using TM procedures. AVIM will then give AVUM a good LRU from
stock and package the failed LRU in the same packaging that had been used to store the spare LRU.
AVIM will prepare a DD Form 1348-1 with MILSTRIP document number, perform stock record
accounting, and mail the failed LRU to the contractors plant. AVIM will prepare DD Form 173/2 (OCR)
Joint Message form and assure that it is properly
transmitted by the message center to the contractor
with information copies as required. Upon receipt of
an LRU from the contractors plant, AVIM will
inspect and test the LRU, store the LRU in the
shipping packaging, and perform stock record
accounting.

required to prepare a message,


contain the following minimal
expedited replacement/return
component. See figure 3 for a

electrical, which must


information to assure
of the unserviceable
typical example.

(a) POINT OF CONTACT AND TELEAutovon or


PHONE NUMBER
(Specify
Commercial).
(b) COMPONENT, SERIAL NUMBER,
AND NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER.
(c)

AIRCRAFT TYPE AND TAIL

(d)

FAILURE INDICATION.

(e)

DATE INSTALLED.

(f)

DATE REMOVED.

(g)

USPS MAIL RECEIPT NUMBER.

(h)

MILSTRIP

(i)

DA

NUMBER.

DOCUMENT

NUMBER.
FORM

2407

CONTROL

NUMBER.
(j)
ADDRESS.

REPAIRED EQUIPMENT SHIP TO

NOTE
Failure to provide complete data in the
message will cause delay in forwarding a
replacement component. Omitted data
will have to be obtained from the
returning activity before replacement.
(k) Message will be sent to:
Honeywell Inc.
Military Avionics Division
1625 Zarthan Ave.
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
ATTN: APN-209 Repair Service
Administrator MN 15-2335

e. Accountability. Accountability for equipment


returned for O&R for the Altimeter Set, Electronic
AN/APN-209( )(V)( ) components will be the
responsibility of the user (returnee) until receipt at
the contractor repair facility, at which time accountability will be assumed by the Defense Contracting
Administration Services Office (DCASO) Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO) for Contract
DAAB07-86-C-H038.

(l) Information copies to:


1. DCASO Honeywell, ATTN: DCRSRHQA.
2. CDRCECOM, Ft. Monmouth, NJ
07703-5000 ATTN: AMSE1,-lC-MME-AN.
3. CDRAVRADA, Ft. Monmouth, NJ
07703-5000 ATTN: DAVAA-A-PA.

f. Documentation (Installed/Removal).
(1) A preaddressed mail warranty card will be
attached to each component (figure 2). Remove this
card at the time of installation. Complete (print legibly) the installation information and place the card in
the mail without delay.

(3) Army activities returning components for


warranty repair are to complete DA Form 2 4 0 7 ,
shown in figure 4, according to the instructions on the
form.

(2) All activities that return any ANIAPN209( )(V)( ) component for warranty or repair are

as follows:

(a) DA Form 2407 distribution shall be

1. Receipt Copy #1 - Place with the


failed component being returned to the contractor for
warranty repair.
2. NMP Copy #2 - Mail to the following
address:
Commander
US Army CECOM
ATTN: AMSEL-LC-ME-EW
Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703-5000
(b) All other copies (#3 through #5) will
be disposed of as prescribed by the local command.
(4) SF 368. Product Quality Deficiency Report.
When a failure occurs at an Army depot or prime
contractor supplied with Government Furnished
Avionics Equipment (GFAE) that is under O&R, an
SF 386 will be processed. SF 386 Form is used in lieu
of the DA Form 2407.
(a) Complete the SF 386 Form in accordance with DSA REG. No. 4155.24 (AR 702-7),
Reporting of Quality Deficiency Data.
(b) Mandatory entries required.
1.

Item 13 - Equipment Operating

Hours.
2. Item 16- Fill in aircraft type and tail
number.
3. Item 19- YES Block.
4. Item 21- Released for Investigation.
5. Item
22 - In addition to details
describing the problem the following statements must
be included in block 22: Installation/Removal Data
Label has been filled in, and FOR INFORMATION
ONLY - O&R WARRANTY.
(c) Attach one (1) copy to the equipment
being returned to the manufacturer.
(d) Failed items should be returned to
the manufacturer immediately. Normal conditions
call for withholding disposition, pending receipt of
disposition instructions from the Product Assurance
Directorate CECOM; however, for these warranties
immediate return to the contractor is authorized.
(5) An Installation/Removal Data Label and
Instruction Decal are affixed to each Height Indicator
Receiver-Transmitter, Receiver-Transmitter, Height
Indicator, and Antenna. The Installation/Removal
Data label shall be completed legibly, using a ballpoint
pen, by the returning activity. The label and decal are
shown in figure 5.

g. Receipt, Return, Unpacking, Packaging, and


Packing.
(1) Packaging and unpacking.
(a) Packaging data. Each Height Indicator Receiver-Transmitter, Receiver-Transmitter,
Height Indicator, and Antenna is individuall y packaged in a weather-resistant corrugated fiberboard box
closed with pressure-sensitive tape. Each item is
enclosed within a plastic bag and cushioned within
the returnable box with foam. The approximate exterior dimensions of the equipment and boxes are provided in table 3.
(b) Unpacking. Unpack in the following
manner: Remove each individual box from the consolidation container. Open each box, exercising extreme
care when removing the item so as not to damage the
equipment or destroy the packaging material. Do not
dispose of the packaging material. This shall be
retained for use in repacking and shipping between
the Government and contractors overhaul facility.
(2) Checking unpacked equipment.
(a) Inspect the equipment for damage
that may have occurred during shipment. If the
equipment has been damaged, or packaging deficiencies are discovered, fill out and forward SF364. Send
copy #2 to DCASO as in h(2)(h) below.
(b) Check to see that the equipment is
complete as listed on the packing slip. If the packing
slip is not available, check equipment against items
listed in table 3.
(3) R e p a c k i n g .
(a) R e p a c k a g e t h e e q u i p m e n t u s i n g
reverse procedure in (1) above and figure 6. If the
original packaging materials are not available, package the equipment in the following manner:
(b) Place each item in a plastic bag or
wrap fabricated of material conforming to L-P-378.
Cushion the item on all surfaces with cushioning
material conforming to MIL-P-26514. Place the cushioned item within the close-fitting fiberboard box
conforming to PPP-B-636, W5c (size to coincide with
those shown in table 3) and seal all seams and joints
with tape conforming to PPP-T-76, or cushioned
boxes conforming to PPP-B-001672.
(c) W h e n i n d i v i d u a l c o m p o n e n t s a r e
being shipped, the packaged item shall be overpacked
within a close-fitting box.

Table 3. Altimeter Set, Electronic AN/APN-209( )(V)( ), packaging Data

VOLUME
(CU FT)

ITEM NET DIM


(IN)

CARTON SIZE
(IN) (ID)

Receiver-Transmitter, Height
Indicator
RT-1115/APN-209(V)
RT-1115A/APN-209(V)
RT-1115B/APN-209(V)
RT-1l15C/APN-209(V)
RT-1115D/APN-209(V)

3.25x3.25x9.70

13x14.5x21

2.29

8.0

Receiver-Transmitter
RT-1411/APN-209A(V)
RT-1411A/APN-209(V)

3.45x4.0x5.90

9.5x11.5x11.0

0.70

5.0

Indicator, Height

3.25x3.25x7.00

9.5x11.5x11.0

0.70

5.0

Antenna
AS-2595/APN-194(V)
AS-3586/APN-209(V)
AS-3831/APN-209(V)

5.75x(DIA)x1.8
3.50x3.50x0.90
5.75x(DIA)x1.8

9.5x7.0x6.0
9.5x7.0x6.0
9.5x7.0x6.0

0.23
0.23
0.23

1.0
1.0
1.0

COMPONENT

WEIGHT (LB)

(d) When more than one item or set is


being shipped, a quantity of the packaged items shall
be overpacked within a close-fitting box.

(4) Shipment Marking for O&R Items: T h e


packed items shall be addressed to the contractor
marked as follows:
Honeywell Inc.
Military Avionics Division
1625 Zarthan Ave
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
ATTN: APN-209 Repair Service
Administrator

above. The address is to be clearly identifiable on the


outside of the shipping container and all accompanying shipping documents.
(f) Activities returning equipment for
O&R shall also indicate their complete in-the-clear
address where the equipment is to be shipped after
repair. This in-the-clear address shall be included on
DA Form 2407, block 16a as shown in figure 4.
Failure to include the return address will delay equipment return to users.
(g) All air frame contractors and other
a u t h o r i z e d D O D c o m m e r c i a l r e p a i r facilities
returning system components for warranty will complete a DD Form 1149 as required by DOD 4160.21 M, Defense Disposal Manual (formerly AR 755-20).

h. Transportation.
(1) The transportation costs for shipments of
failed equipment to the contractors plant or repair
facility are to be borne by the user or shipping
activity.
(2) Special Procedures for Activities
Returning Defective Equipment:
(a) Materiel will be shipped to the contractors plant for repair and return in accordance
with those procedures contained in the equipment
technical manual (TM), along with the documentation prescribed therein.
(b) Equipment returned to contractors
plant will contain only those items covered under this
contract and listed in paragraph 3a above.
(c) All Army and other DOD activities
returning AN/APN-209( )(V)( ) components for
O&R will complete a DD Form 1348-1 as required by
AR 725-50 (Requisitioning, Receipt, and Issue
System).
(d) All items are to be shipped by insured
priority mail with return receipt requested. In addition to the priority mail markings the parcels should
also be marked Fourth Class Mail Enclosed. Authorization for the above exception to AR 340-3 has been
granted for O&R items by Director, Postal Directorate, HGDA. The authorization is contained in
DAAG-MAP (1 Jul 77) 3rd Ind. Subject: Request for
Exception to Permit the Use of Certified Mail and
Return Receipts when Mailing MILSTRIP Parcels
dated 11 April 1978. All failed units are to be shipped
back to the contractor as soon as they are packaged
and all accompanying documents are completed. All
shipments must be insured up to the limit of their
value or permissible maximum allowed by the USPS
(not to exceed the shipment value).
(e) All materiel for repair and return is
to be shipped to the address listed in paragraph 3b(2)

NOTE
Although shipment will be accomplished
through use of one or the other documents listed above (DD Form 1348-1 or
DD Form 1149), accountability for
equipment returned for repair/replacement will be the responsibility of the
USER (returnee) until receipt at the
Contactor Repair Facility, at which time
accountability will be assumed by the
Defense Contracting Administration
Services Office (DCASO) Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO), for contract DAAB07-86-C-H038.
(h) Distribution of DD Form 1348-1 or
DD Form 1149 is as follows:
1. One copy accompanying the equipment returned to the contractor, addressed to:
Honeywell Inc.
Military Avionics Division
1625 Zarthan Ave
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
ATTN: APN-209 Repair Service
Administrator
2.
addressed to:

One copy to the DCASO ACO,

DCASO Honeywell
2701 Fourth Ave S
Honeywell Plaza
Minneapolis, MN 55402
ATTN: ACO CONTR DAAB07-86-CH038
3. One copy addressed to:
CGUSACECOM
ATTN: AMSEL-PA-E
Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703-5000

4. One copy addressed to:


CDR USAAVRDA
ATTN: DAVAA-A/PA
Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703-5000
(i) MATERIEL LOSS REPORTING: I f
an item is lost or destroyed, a report stating the
circumstances; i.e., (1) item S/N (2) aircraft number
(3) cause of loss: (a) combat loss, (b) pilferage/theft/
storage loss (c) crash/accident shall be sent to the
same address as for the DD Form 1348-1 in paragraph 3h above. In addition, a copy must be sent to:
Commander
US Army CECOM
ATTN: AMSEL-LC-MME-AN
Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703-5000
This copy is required by the National Inventory
Control Point for warranty cost adjustment with the
manufacturer.
(j) Equipment Technical Manuals: T h e
Equipment Technical Manual (TM 11-5841 -28423&P) for the AN/APN-209( )(V)( ) Altimeter Set,
Electronic contains the required tests to determine if
the suspected item is unserviceable.
4. REFERENCES.
a. Contract DAAB07-86-C-H038 with Honeywell
Inc., Military Avionics Division, 2600 Ridgway Parkway, Minneapolis, MN 55413.

and Special Tools Lists: Altimeter Set, Electronic


AN/APN-209( )(V)( ).
DA Pam 738-750, The Army Maintenance
Management System (TAMMS).
d. AR 725-50, Requisitioning Receipt and Issue
System.
e. DSA Reg No. 4155.24 (AR 702-7), Reporting
of Quality Deficiency Data.
f. AR 700-58 Logistics, Packaging Improvement
Report.
g. AR 340-3 Official Mail.
References regulations and
5. QUERIES.
procedures outlined herein must be complied with in order to assure effective
and orderly equipment repair and return
to users. Any queries concerning the
general contact of this bulletin (e.g. ,
format) should be directed to the Commander, US Army CECOM Materiel Management Directorate, AMSEL-LC-MMO-R, Fort
Monmouth, NJ 07703-5000. Specific
queries concerning the technical,
maintenance, transportation, supply
and/or O&R aspects of this program
should be directed to the addressees
listed in table 4.

b. Equipment Technical Manuals: TM 11-5841284-23&P, Operators Organization, and Direct Support Maintenance Manual (Including Repair Parts

Table 4. Query Address List

INFORMATION REQUIRED

ADDRESS

Technical

Commander
US Army AVRADA
ATTN: DAVAA-E
Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703-5000
AUTOVON 995-4403
Commercial (201) 544-4403

Maintenance

Commander
US Army CECOM
Maintenance Directorate
ATTN: AMSEL-LC-ME-EW
Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703-5000
AUTOVON 992-3793

Transportation

Commander
US Army CECOM
Material Management Directorate
ATTN: AMSEL-LC-MM-DD-T
Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703-5000
AUTOVON 992-2234

Supply

Commander
US Army CECOM
Material Management Directorate
ATTN: AMSEL-LC-MME-AN
Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703-5000
AUTOVON 992-1626

Any other areas regarding O&R not specifically


identified above.

Commander
US Army AVRADA
ATTN: DAVAA-A/PA
Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703-5000
AUTOVON 995-2844

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Figure 1. Repair and Warranty Return Flow

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Figure 2. Mail Warranty Cards

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95-8279/2

MESSAGE EXAMPLE
SUBJECT NOTICE OF AN/APN-209 FAILURE CONTR DAAB07-86-C-H038 - REQUEST REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR OF FOLLOWING COMPONENT:
1. CW-3 JONES, AUTOVON 314-444-1234
2. RT-ll15A/APN-209, SER #235A, NSN 5841-01-058-7873
3. AH-1S 76-22600
4. UNIT WILL NOT TURN ON
5. INSTALLED 11 JAN 85
6. REMOVED 3 OCT 85
7. US POSTAL SYSTEM INSURED RETURN RECEIPT NO 123
8. WK4K6A 9337 00 01
9. FORM 2407 CONTROL #123456
10. 11 AVN BN APO NEW YORK 09165

Figure 3. Sample Electrically Transmitted Message

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Figure 4. Sample DA Form 2407

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Figure 5. Installation/Removal Data Label and Instruction Decal

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Figure 6. Interface Conversion Group Packaging Diagram for Altimeter Set,


Electronic AN/APN-209()(V)()

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By Order of the Secretary of the Army:

CARL E. VUONO
General, United States Army
Chief of Staff

Official:

WILLIAM J. MEEHAN II
Brigadier General, United States Army
The Adjutant General

DISTRIBUTION :
To be distributed in accordance
requirement for SB 11-642.

with

DA

Form

12-34

PIN:

014842-000