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AIR FORCE - AFJ 13-210 (I)

Joint Airdrop Inspection Records, Malfunction/Incident Investigations, and Activity Reporting

active, Most Current
Organization: AIR FORCE
Publication Date: 8 April 2008
Status: active
Page Count: 35
scope:

Purpose

This regulation provides policies and assigns responsibilities for initial notification, investigation, reporting, and submitting reports of parachute and airdrop load malfunctions/incidents. In addition, it standardizes Joint airdrop inspections, responsibilities and duties of the malfunction officer (MO), malfunction/incident investigation procedures, and activity reporting for all Department of Defense (DOD) components engaged in premeditated airdrop operations. Department of Defense component test agencies in authorized testing are exempt from malfunction and incident reporting for the item under test, but are not exempt from malfunction/incident reporting for any fielded/type classified parachute component or event outside the scope of the test.

Document History

AFJ 13-210 (I)
April 8, 2008
Joint Airdrop Inspection Records, Malfunction/Incident Investigations, and Activity Reporting
Purpose This regulation provides policies and assigns responsibilities for initial notification, investigation, reporting, and submitting reports of parachute and airdrop load...

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