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MIL-F-63281A (AR)
the necessary manner and cannot be corrected satisfactorily.  These
standards should be inert and readily identifiable to the Government
to ensure recovery should they be inadvertently introduced into
production.  Simulated defect standards used to verify the following
verified inspections should be constructed and identified in such a
manner that they are not readily recognizable to the contractor
inspection personnel as defect standards.  Standards should be used
so that their number, time, and sequence of introduction into the
inspection cycle is known only to those personnel responsible for
checking the accuracy of the operation.  Adequacy of the standards
shall be verified at least once each week.
Verified Inspection
Paragraph
4.5.11
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Setback weight return capability
Paragraph
4.5.15
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S&A position check
Paragraph
4.5.31
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Module turn on time
Paragraph
4.5.35
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Module time delay function test
Note:  When there is automatic detection and automatic rejection of
defective items to a controlled area or a controlled rejection of
defective items, it is permissible for the defect standards to be
identifiable and their introduction into production noticeable to
contractor inspection personnel.
4.4.4.3 Undetected defect standards.
Provisions shall be
established for the corrective action to be taken where the
equipment or contractor inspection personnel fail to identify a
standard as defective.  These provisions shall include a
reinspection of all acceptable material subsequent to the last
acceptable verification check as a minimum.
4.5 Methods of inspection.
PRECAUTION:  This specification covers sampling and testing of
chemical, toxic, or explosive materials which are potentially
hazardous to personnel. Accordingly, it is emphasized that all
applicable safety rules, regulations, and procedures must be
followed in handling and processing these materials.
Compliance with all
4.5.1 Materials, components, and processes.
requirements of Section 3 of this specification shall be ascertained
by current and continuing examinations of inspection and test data
to determine that all components (parts, subassemblies, and
materials) have been inspected and tested and found to comply with
their respective drawing and specification requirements, and that
all specified manufacturing processes have been followed.
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