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Eclipse
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« on: June 15, 2018, 12:52:14 PM »

(The links on the RSS and eServices are broken)

https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/static/media/cms/ICL_661_R661_3_Jun_18_8A54F2D81C579.pdf

"6. Aircraft Maintenance Approval Authority. Duly appointed CAP wing aircraft maintenance
officers (AMO) and assistants may approve required aircraft inspections, maintenance and repairs on CAP
corporate aircraft or gliders up to $500 including parts and labor. CAP/LGM is the approval authority for
all aircraft inspections, maintenance and repairs that exceed this amount. To obtain approval for
maintenance exceeding $500, forward a thorough description of the needed inspection, maintenance or
repairs along with a detailed estimate that includes all parts and labor to CAP/LGM for approval prior to
proceeding. If prior approval is not received from CAP/LGM as required by this paragraph, the wing
authorizing these repairs may be held responsible for all expenses incurred for this unauthorized
transaction.
2.2 Renumber subsequent paragraphs and subparagraphs to reflect the addition of new paragraph
6.
2.3 Paragraph 8.1. Engines is changed to read:
9.1. Engines. Engines shall be replaced with new, rebuilt or overhauled engines on condition or
at the manufacturer’s recommended time (calendar or hourly) between overhaul (TBO). Flying beyond
the manufacturer’s recommended TBO is not authorized. Engine shock mounts will be replaced on
condition or at engine overhaul/replacement, whichever occurs first. Fluid carrying hoses, from the
firewall forward, shall be replaced on condition or at engine change, whichever occurs first.

2.4 New Paragraph 11.5 Unites States Air Force Auxiliary Graphic is added that reads:
11.5 Unites States Air Force Auxiliary Graphics. A United States Air Force Auxiliary graphic has
been created to highlight CAP’s role as a Total Force partner and Auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force. These
graphics shall be installed on both sides of the vertical tail of all powered aircraft in accordance with
Attachment 2. For aircraft not painted in the approved CAP paint scheme, for example with no silver
stripe, install the graphic on the lower portion of the tail oriented in a manner illustrated in the example
for the CAP paint scheme in Attachment 2. [/quote]


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mdickinson
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« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2018, 03:08:39 AM »

Thanks for posting the ICL.

I had to laugh at “unites states.“ Doesn’t anybody proofread these things?  ::)
At least it was spelled correctly when it was painted on the tail on the aircraft!

(Shouldn’t be long before some photoshop wizard with too much time on his hands creates a version of the photo with “UNITES STATES AIR FORCE AUXILIARY” painted on the tail)  ;D
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