DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL BULLETIN
RFI LRU RADOME REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
INSPECTION CRITERIA FOR ALL AH--64D AIRCRAFT
Headquarters, Department of the Army, Washington, D. C.
21 December 2001
DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
THIS PUBLICATION IS EFFECTIVE UNTIL RESCINDED OR SUPERSEDED.
1. Priority Classification. ROUTINE.
a Aircraft in Use. This Technical Bulletin (TB) should only be used to remove damaged radomes and to install replacement
b Aircraft in Depot Maintenance. Not Applicable
c Aircraft Undergoing Maintenance. Not Applicable
d Aircraft in Transit.
(1) Surface/Air Shipment. Not Applicable
(2) Ferry Status. Not Applicable
e Maintenance Trainers (Category A and B ). Not Applicable
f Component/Parts in Stock Including War Reserves at All Levels (Depot and Others). Not Applicable
g Components/Parts in Work (Depot Level and Others). Not Applicable
2. Task Inspection Suspense Date. Not Applicable
3. Reporting Compliance Suspense Date. Not Applicable
4. Summary of the Problem.
a Currently there are no inspection or maintenance procedures in the AH--64D IETM to support this modification.
b For manpower/ downtime and funding impacts, refer to paragraph 12.
c The purpose of this procedure is to provide a documented process that will enable a technician to remove and replace
a damaged radome from the RFI antenna or receiver in the field. The following items are required for removing the ra-
(1) Jean (lint--free cloth)
(2) Goggles, 4240--00--052--377
* This TB supersedes TB 1-1520-251-20-02, dated 15 January 2001.