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First article ins pection report and inspection procedure



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MIL-R-24661(SH)
3.11.2 Operating instructions.  Operating instructions shall be supplied
by the contractor on a paper inserted into the transparent shipping package in
such a manner that the instructions are visible at all times.
3.12 Workmanship.  Workmanship shall be in accordance with standard manu-
facturing practice covering this class of work.
4.
QUALITY ASSURANCE PROVISIONS
4.1 Responsibility for inspection.  Unless otherwise specified in the con-
tract or purchase order, the contractor is responsible for the performance of all
inspection requirements as specified herein.  Except as otherwise specified in
the contract or purchase order, the contractor may use his own or any other
facilities suitable for the performance of the inspection requirements specified
here in, unless disapproved by the Government.  The Government reserves the right
to perform any of the inspections set forth in the specification where such
inspections are deemed necessary to assure supplies and services conform to
prescribed requirements.
4.1.1 Responsibility for compliance.  All items must meet all require-
ments of sections 3 and 5.  The inspection set forth in this specification
shall become a part of the contractor's overall inspection system or quality
program.  The absence of any inspection requirements in the specification shall
not relieve the contractor of the responsibility of assuring that all products
or supplies submitted to the Government for acceptance comply with all require-
ments of the contract.  Sampling in quality conformance does not authorize
submission of known defective material, either indicated or actual, nor does
it commit the Government to acceptance of defective material.
4.2 Classification of inspections.
The inspection requirements specified
herein are classified as follows:
(a) First article inspection (see 4.3)
(b) Quality conformance inspection (see 4.4)
4.3 First article inspection.  First article inspection shall be performed
on samples submitted as specified in 4.3.1.  First article inspection shall con-
sist of the examinations of 4.6.1 through 4.6.9.
4.3.1  Samples for first article inspection.  The following samples shall
be submitted for first article inspection as required.
(a)
Four complete, packaged ring buoys encased in their shells.
TWO cured pieces of ring coating compound, 6 inches long by
(b)
6 inches wide and 0.07 to 0.08 inch thick.
Two yards of each of all coated and uncoated cloth, used in
(c)
the ring buoy.  The name of the supplier and his code number
shall be furnished along with the samples for this item.
(d)
Four seam adhesion samples of the ring cloth, 12 inches wide
by 12 inches long, with a 1/8 inch wide seam running the
entire width of the sample along the centerline.
Two heat sealed samples, 7 inches wide by 8 inches long,
(e)
prepared coated face to coated face.
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