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MIL-R-85895 (AS)
a.
First article inspection (see 4.3)
b.
Quality conformance inspection (see 4.4)
4.3 First article inspection.
First article inspection shall consist
of all  the tests  listed in Table 1.
First article inspection report
format shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-831 (see 6.2.2).
4.3.1
Sampling for first article inspection.
First article samples
shall consist of the first two bomb racks manufactured on the contract.
These  samples  shall  be  permanently  labeled  A  and  B  for  ease  of
identification.
Failure of  the bomb rack to pass any of the first
article inspection shall be cause for rejection (see 6.3.1).
4.4 Quality conformance Inspection.
Quality
conformance inspection
shall consist of the following:
a.
Individual tests (see 4.4.1)
b.
Sampling tests (see 4.4.2)
Quality conformance inspection report format shall be in accordance with
MIL-STD-831 (see 6.3).
4.4.2
Samplinq tests.
A random sampling  of the bomb racks shall be
selected by the government  representative from  each production lot in
accordance with Table III and shall be subjected to the tests listed in
Table II, Group 1 and Group 2.  These samples shall be  identified as A,
B, C, D.
Group 1 tests shall be conducted prior to Group 2 tests.
Failure to pass any of these test shall  be cause for rejection of the
entire lot (see 6.2.lC and 6.3).
4.5
Test conditions.
Unless otherwise specified herein, all tests
shall be performed under the following conditions:
a.
Room temperature.
Room ambient of 7718F.
b.
Test temperature.
All parts  of the test item shall be
stabilized at
the specified temperature  5F  indicated  prior  to
conducting any  tests.
Unless otherwise  specified herein, temperature
stabilization will have been attained when the indicated temperature of
the surface of the largest mass of the test item does not change by more
than 5F in a period of one hour.
Swaybraces.
When tests  require stores  to be mounted to the
bomb rack, swaybraces shall be used.  Swaybraces  shall be in the fully
retracted "normal" position during testing.
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