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Document ID:   MIL-HDBK-522       Scroll down to access document images

Overview
Title:  Guidelines for Inspection of Aircraft Electrical Wiring Interconnect Systems
Scope:  Guidelines applicable to aircraft Electrical Wiring Interconnect Systems (EWIS). This handbook provides guidance and lessons learned in the inspection of EWIS.
Status:  Active Document Date:  29-SEP-2022      
  Next Review Due:  28-SEP-2027
6145 Doc Category:   Department of Defense Handbook  

Responsibilities
Lead Standardization Activity:  CC  DLA Land and Maritime  
  Preparing Activity: AS  Naval Air Systems Command
Coordination:  Full  
Army Custodian:  CR   US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, C5ISR Center  
Navy Custodian:  AS   Naval Air Systems Command  
Air Force Custodian:  85   Air Force Life Cycle Management Center - Electronic Components, Wire and Ca  
DLA Custodian:  CC   DLA Land and Maritime  

Changes to military standards or handbooks issued after August 1, 2003 are incorporated in the modified document.
Revision History Click on column headings for a description of column content.
MediaDocument Part DescriptionDist StmtDocument DatePagesSize
Document ImageRevision D A29-SEP-202219012021.0 KB
Document ImageRevision C A11-MAY-202118111758.4 KB
Document ImageRevision B A20-NOV-20181867693.7 KB
Document ImageRevision A A10-FEB-20161586063.4 KB
Document ImageBase Document A26-OCT-20101053126.6 KB

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