4.3 First article inspection.
4.3.1 Examination. The mounting kit shall be examined as specified in 4.5.1 in the order shown.
Presence of one or more defects shall be cause for rejection.
4.3.2 Tests. The mounting kit shall be subjected to tests marked "X" in column 2 of the table in 4.5.2,
in the order shown. Failure of any test shall be cause of rejection.
4.4 Quality conformance inspection.
4.4.1 Sampling. Sampling for examination and test shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-105.
4.4.2 Examination. Samples selected in accordance with 4.4.1 shall be examined as specified in 4.5.
AQL shall be 1.0 percent defective for major defects and 2.5 percent defective for minor defects.
4.4.3 Tests. Samples selected in accordance with 4.4.1 shall be tested as specified in 4.5.2. AQL
shall be 1.0 percent defective.
4.5 Examination procedure.
4.5.1 Examination. The mounting kit shall be examined as specified herein for the following defects:
Material not as specified.
Components missing, not as specified, or damaged.
Dimensions not as specified.
Weight not as specified.
Interchangeability not as specified.
Soldering not as specified.
Mounting hardware not as specified.
Human performance/human engineering not as specified.
Welding not as specified.
Certification of welders not as specified.
Safety not as specified.
Materials not resistant to corrosion and deterioration, or treated to be resistant to
corrosion and deterioration for the applicable storage and operating environments as
Dissimilar metals as defined in MIL-STD-889 are not effectively insulated from each
other as specified.
Contractor does not have documentation available for identification of material,
material finishes, or treatment.
Used, rebuilt or remanufactured components, pieces, or parts incorporated in the