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MIL-P-50774A(AR)
inspection.
4.4 Quality
4.4.1 Submission of product. The product shall be submitted in accordance
with MIL-STD-105 or MIL-STD-1235, as applicable.
4.4.1.1 Lot. A lot shall consist of one model of projectiles produced by
one manufacturer in one unchanged process, in accordance with the contract
and the same drawings and drawing revisions, and same specification and
specification revision.
4.4.1.2 Lot identification. Each projectile and each packed projectile lot
shall be identified in accordance with applicable drawings and MIL-STD-1168.
4.4.2 Examination. One hundred percent examination shall be performed by
the contractor for all critical defects.  Examination for major and minor
defects shall be performed as specified herein.  Each part and each assembly
found to be defective shall be rejected.
4.4.2.1 Sampling and acceptance criteria. The sampling plans and procedures
shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-105 or MIL-STD-1235. To determine product
acceptability, major or minor defects as listed herein may be considered col-
lectively on a class basis or they may be considered individually. However,
where major defects are considered collectively on a class basis, the accept-
ance number for any individual defect of the class shall be limited by the
assigned Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) for individual defect associated
with the class.  (see 4.4.2.2.c) In addition, where three or less defects
appear in a classification, or where MIL-STD-1235 is used, sampling plans
applicable to a class shall not be used for major defects.  (see 6.5)
4.4.2.2 AQL's. The following AQL's are assigned to major and minor defects:
Individual:
a.
Major --------------------------------- 0.25%
Minor --------------------------------- 0.40%
b.
Class basis:
1.50%
Major
2.50%
Minor
c.
Individual defects associated with the class basis:
0.40%
Major
The classification of defects shall
4.4.3  Classification of defects.
be as specified herein.  (see 6.6)
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