requirements of the contract. The sample and record of this
inspection, including certificates of conformance for raw and
finished material, shall be submitted to the government for
approval. The government reserves the right to witness the
4.2.4 First Article Inspections and tests. Unless otherwise
specified in the contract or purchase order or stipulated by the
Contracting Officer, the first article sample shall be subjected
to all inspections and tests stated or referenced herein, and to
all requirements of the applicable drawings.
4.2.5 First Article Rejection. If any assembly, component or
test specimen fails to comply with any of the applicable
requirements, first article sample shall be rejected. The
Government reserves the right to terminate its inspection upon
any failure of an assembly, component, or test specimen in the
sample, to comply with any of the stated requirements.
4.3 Inspection Provisions.
4.3.1 Submission of Product. Unless otherwise specified by
the Contracting Officer, inspection lot size, lot formation and
presentation of lots shall be in accordance with "Submission of
Product" Provisions of MIL-STD-105. Unless otherwise specified
by the Contracting Officer, any material found defective shall
be removed from lots and shall not be submitted to the Govern-
ment for acceptance.
4.3.2 Examination and Tests. Components and subassemblies
shall be inspected in accordance with the inspection provisions
contained in Quality Assurance Provisions (QAP) listed in the
Technical Data Package (TDP) and those stated herein. In the
absence of QAP's, absence of the applicable Quality Assurance of MIL-F-13926
shall apply. Examinations and tests related to Section 3 herein
shall be performed on a single defect (individual characteristic)
basis in accordance with MIL-STD-105, and the sample plans
specified in Table I and Table II herein. Examinations and tests
for Packaging, Packing, and Marking shall be in accordance with
MIL-P-14232 and Section 5 herein. The tabulated classification of
defects shall constitute the minimum inspection to be performed by
the supplier prior to government acceptance or rejection by lot.