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MIL-M-62515(AT)
Classification of defects.
TABLE III.
4.5.3 Test.  Each kit shall be subjected to the quality conformance
tests specified in table II.
4.6 Control tests.  Control tests shall be conducted on one kit from
each lot of 50 units consecutively produced, except that not more than one
test shall be performed in a 3-month period, nor less than one test in a
6-month period.  The kit shall be subjected to the tests specified in table
II.
4.7 Failure.  Failure of any kit to pass any of the specified
inspections shall be cause for the Government to refuse acceptance of the
production quantity represented, until action taken by the contractor to
correct defects and prevent recurrence has been approved by the Government.
4.8 Methods of inspection.
4.8.1 Materials and construction.  Conformance to 3.2 through 3.2.7,
3.3.7.1, and 3.5.1 shall be determined by inspection of contractor records
providing proof or certification that design, construction, processing, and
materials conform to requirements.  Applicable records shall include
drawings, specifications, design data, receiving inspection records,
processing and quality control standards, vendor catalogs and certifications,
industry standards, test reports, and rating data.
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