Table 1-2. Major Command Codes.
US Air Forces Europe (USAFE)
Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC)
Air Force Education and Training Command (AETC)
Air Force Reserve (AFRES)
Air Combat Command (ACC)
Air Mobility Command (AMC)
Air Force Space Operations Command (AFSOC)
US Air Force Pacific (PACAF)
Air National Guard (ANG)
Block 2 Organization and Base.
Example: 62 MXS, McChord AFB, WA.
Block 3 End Item (M/D/S).
Enter the major end item on which the part/area to be inspected is installed. Include the Mission/Designator/Series
(M/D/S) or Federal Stock Class (FSC) number, as applicable.
Block 4 Nomenclature.
Specify the name of item/component or assembly to be inspected.
Block 5 Part/Assembly Number.
Enter part or assembly number of the item to be inspected.
Block 6 T.O. Number.
Enter technical order number of illustrated parts manual or service and maintenance manual that shows item/assembly
to be inspected. Enter page, figure, index number and date of issue of the manual where applicable.
Block 7 Next Higher Assembly.
Enter name and part number of next higher assembly. If there is insufficient space, complete the entry on a
continuation sheet of plain bond paper.
Block 8 Manufacture/Serial Number.
Enter manufacturer's name and serial number (if applicable).
Block 9 Initiator and Phone Number.
Enter name, rank and phone number of initiator or person who developed the technique.
Block 10 Description of Defect/Condition or Reason for Inspection.
Provide a narrative description of defect/condition or reason for inspection. Narration should include location and
orientation of the discrepancy.
Place a check mark or an "X" in appropriate block indicating whether inspection is performed with part installed or