g. Maintenance Test Flight Check Sheet.
Sheet similar to the one contained in Chapter 5 shall be
used for all test flights. When a test flight is performed to
determine if specific equipment or systems are operating
properly, completion of only that portion of the Mainte-
nance Test Flight Check Sheet applicable to the specific
equipment or systems being tested is required. Continua-
tion sheets may be used when necessary. Items that
prove to be unsatisfactory during the test flight and require
corrective action, shall be listed in the remarks block dur-
ing flight and transferred to DA Form 2408-13 immediately
after termination of the flight. The sheet shall be attached
to the DA Form 2408-13 upon completion. After accu-
mulation of two or more sheets, the data shall be reviewed
to determine if trends are developing.
h. Designator Symbol.
All AH-64A helicopters have
BUCS equipment installed. In most helicopters, the sys-
tem is deactivated; in some it is operable. The designator
indicates text headings, text contents, and il-
lustrations pertaining to helicopters with an operable
Some helicopters have T700-GE-701C engines installed.
Those helicopters will have components, instrumentation,
performance parameters, and procedures different from
helicopters with T700-GE-701 engines installed. The des-
indicate material pertaining
to those specific engines.
Some AH-64A helicopters have the 7-319200005-11 Fire
Control Computer (FCC) with 51 software installed (EGI
Mod); others have the 7-319200005-9A Fire Control Com-
puter (FCC) with 49A software installed; others yet have
the 7-319200005-5 FCC with 45 software. Because of
differences in operation, displays, etc. designator symbols
will indicate material peculiar to that