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Rack, Bomb Ejector, Aircraft: Bru - 20, Bru - 21 Bru - 22, Bru - 23, Bru - 24 and Bru - 25 Series
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Quality conformance inspection.



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MIL-R-85320(AS)
Icing (see 4.6.8c)
g.
h.
Sand (see 4.6.8d)
i.
Life (see 4.6.7)
Salt Spray (see 4.6.8e)
j.
k.
Shock (see 4.6.8f)
l.
Vibration (see 4.6.8g)
m.
Static (see 4.6.8h)
n.
Lock Shut Firing (see 4.6.8i)
3.6
Electric fuze arming unit. The construction and inspec-
tion of the electric fuze arming unit shall be in accordance with MIL-C-
81842.
3.7
Workmanship.  The workmanship displayed in fabrication and
assembly of the ejector units shall be such as to assure, within design
limitations, the ability of the ejector units to meet their performance.
requirements  under all applicable environmental conditions specified
herein. Unauthorized repair, welding, heavy burrs, or parts assembled by
introduction of high stresses not prescribed in the drawings, are typical
signs of inferior workmanship and shall be cause for rejection. The
standards of workmanship exhibited in the approved first article sample
subject to any qualification stated in the governments notice of approval,
shall be determinative of the requirements of the contract relative to
workmanship.
4.
QUALITY ASSURANCE PROVISIONS
4.1
Responsibility for inspections. Unless otherwise speci-
fied in the contract, the contractor is responsible for the performance-
of all inspection requirements as specified herein.  Except as otherwise.
specified in the contract, the contractor may use his own or any other
facilities suitable for the performance of the inspection requirements
specified herein, unless disapproved `by the government. The government
reserves the right to perfom any of the inspections set forth in the
specification,  where such inspections are deemed necessary to assure
that the supplies and services  conform to prescribed requirements.
4.2
Classification of inspection. The inspection of the
ejector units shall be classified as follows:
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