3-9. LUBRICATION ORDER
For lubrication, refer to L05-2090-202-12/LI 2090-12/1. See Appendix A.
Section IV. UNIT PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)
Perform the preventive maintenance checks and services in the following tables as specified.
deficiencies in accordance with DA Pamphlet 738-750.
Any surfaces where corrosion is detected should be treated, primed, and coated in accordance with TM 43-0139, using
Items 3-6, Appendix F, within 6 months. In saltwater or high-humidity environments, or during periods of frequent
precipitation (3 or more times per week), increase frequency of inspection from quarterly to monthly, and correct
corrosion within one month of detection. Where corrosion recurs in subsequent inspections after correction, retreat,
prime and coat AND submit SF 368, Product Quality Deficiency Report (QDR), indicating that recurrent corrosion is a
problem. Try to be specific as to where it is occurring, and what type of corrosion is occurring (e.g. pitting, rust,
bubbling). Whenever possible, include color photos of the corroded area to facilitate investigation of the problem.
The presence of the boat on the cradle makes thorough inspection difficult.
Therefore, the cradle inspection should be done after the boat has been