SECTION V. CMB LOCATIONS
Description: This task identifies the individual components to which CMBs are to be permanently
attached and the location of the CMB on each such component.
General Information: The U.S. Army has designated the individual components to which CMBs are to
be permanently attached. All such components are DA Form 2410 items, although not all DA Form
2410 items receive permanently attached CMBs. Use the figures in this section to locate the position
of the CMB on each component.
Whenever possible, place the CMB at its designated location. Failure to do
so could result in interference with the full motion of the component once
installed on the helicopter.
If for some reason there is not enough space to install a CMB at the
designated location, place the CMB in the adequately sized location
nearest the designated location that will not interfere with moving parts
and that is accessible to read/write once installed on the helicopter.
All components and their variations in the following figures and in Table 1
receive a CMB (either permanently attached or on a CMB tag, as noted in
as the component
on the Army's
active parts list.
figure within this section may only show one of several variations of the
same component due to their different part numbers.
A footnote at the bottom of each CMB component page reminds the reader
to check for the presence of an assembly or subassembly that must
receive a CMB tag if either permanently removed from its next higher
assembly or stored for long periods of time. Refer to Table 1 to determine
which assemblies and subassemblies require CMB tags.