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MIL-F-63281A (AR)
3.8.5.5 Five-foot drop.  The fuze shall be safe to handle, fire
or dispose of following the five-foot drop test.  It need not be
operable.
The fuzes shall be
3.9 Fuze assembly operational test.
subjected to and must withstand the following operational tests:
Non-Environmental Test - Non-Arm and Arming Times only; Ballistic
Test; Helicopter Vibration Test, (See Figure 1); Transportation
Vibration Test, Procedure 1, Test 119, of MIL-STD-331.
3.10 Fuze firing.  The fuze assembly shall function the
detonator high order when properly charged and armed.
3.11 Ballistic firing test.  The fuze shall be subjected to and
function, as intended when subjected to this test.
The contractor shall generate data in
3.12 Data requirements.
accordance with the requirements of the data item description cited
in 4.5.37.
3,13 First article inspe ction.  This specification makes
provisions for first article inspection. Requirements for the
submission of first article samples by the contractor shall be as
specified in the contract.
3.14 Workmanship.
a. Mechanical. All parts and assemblies shall be from
burrs, chips, sharp edges, cracks, unblended radii, surface defects,
dirt, grease, rust, porosity, warpage, burn marks, checks, blisters,
excess flash, corrosion products and other foreign matter. The
cleaning method used shall not be injurious to any part nor shall
the parts be contaminated by the cleaning agents.  Surface coating
shall be continuous except for a few slight scratches not exposing
base material. The loading and assembly operations shall be
performed in a thorough, workmanlike manner consistent with the best
practices of the industry. All required markings shall be neat and
sharply defined.
b.  Electrical.  Cable assemblies and wires shall be dressed in
such manner as to prevent pinching or chafing of the wire
insulation. Ends of wires shall be free from burrs, sharp edges, or
points. All parts shall be free from flux, chips, dirt, grease,
rust or foreign material.
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