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MIL-T-63534(AR)
4.5.3 Inspection records. The contractor shall make available to the
Government representative records of qualification of operators and equipment
for special processes to applicable specifications and standards. This shall
apply whether the special processes are performed at the subcontractor's
facility or at the contractor's plant. Inspection records shall be maintained
on file at the contractor's plant and made readily available to the Government
representative, upon request, for the duration of the contract. The
contractor's records of inspection shall provide, as a minimum, the following
information:
a. Contract order number.
b. Drawing and specification number with revision letter and
revision date.
c. Nomenclature of items inspected.
d. Number of pieces inspected.
e. Individual characteristics inspected.
f. Conformance/nonconformance criteria.
g. Number of pieces accepted/rejected.
h. Description and quantity of defects found; and corrective action
taken.
i. Results of inspection (e.g., identification of conforming and
non-conforming product). Actual inspectio and test result basis for
conformance/nonconformnce  decisions.
j. Date of inspection.
4.5.4 Examination. The contractor shall perform inspection for
acceptance upon completion of all manufacturing and in-process inspection
operations, prior to preservation and packing. Inspection for acceptance
shall include, but not be limited to, inspection for workmanship, protective
finish, missing features (missing operations), characteristics not previously
inspected, and characteristics that may have been altered or changed as a
result of subsequent operations after prior inspections were completed.
4.5.5 Testing. Testing is described in the First Article and Quality
Conformance Inspection Tables.
4.5.6 Inspection equipment. The inspection equipment required to perform
the inspections and tests prescribed in this specification is identified in
the "Paragraph Reference/Inspection Method" Column in the tables starting with
paragraph 4.5.4.1, and the test method paragraphs (see 4.5). The contractor
shall submit for approval inspection equipment designs in accordance with the
terms of the contract. See 6.3 herein.
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