4.3.2 Examination and tests.- components and subassemblies shall
be inspected in accordance with the inspection provisions contained in
MIL-F-13926, and the Supplementary Quality Assurance Provisions (SQAP)
listed in the List of Inspection Documents (IEL) when provided with the
technical data package (TDP). Examinations and tests related to Section
3 herein shall be performed on a single defect (individual characteristic)
basis in accordance with MIL-STD-105, and the sampling plans specified in
Table I and 4.4.1. Examinations and tests for Packaging,. Packing and
Marking shall be in accordance with MIL-P-14232 and Section 5 herein.
The tabulated classification of defects in Table I shall constitute the
minimum inspection to be performed by the supplier prior to Government
acceptance or rejection by lot.
TABLE I - CLASSIFICATION OF DEFECTS
MAJOR : AQL 1.0 percent defective
Physical failure (post vibration)
Mounting plate torque not within limits 3.5.1
Lever lock failure
Tests in Table I shall be conducted in accordance with all require-
ments in the "Test Facilities" requirement of MIL-F-13926 except
the requirement for "Test Chambers".
4.3.3 Acceptance and rejection.- Rejected lots shall be screened for
al 1 defective characteristics. Removal or correction of defective units
and resubmittance of rejected lots shall be in accordance with "Acceptance
and Rejection " as specified in MIL-STD-105.
4.4 Control tests.
4.4.1 Special sampling.- Three mounts shall be selected at random
as samples from each 100 produced, or from each month's production which-
ever occurs first. The sample shall meet the requirements of Table I
subsequent to meeting the requirements specified herein.
126.96.36.199 Failure of sample.- Should any one item of a special sampling
fail to meet the specified test requirements, acceptance of the product will
be suspended by the Government until necessary corrections have been made
by the contractor and the resubmitted samples have been approved (see 4.3.3).