REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST
Section I. INTRODUCTION
Scope .................................................. C-1
Explanation of Columns in Section II .............. C-2
C-1. SCOPE. Section II of this appendix contains a complete illustrated parts breakdown of the unit plus part numbers
and manufacturers'codes for each individual part.
C-2. EXPLANATION OF COLUMNS IN SECTION II.
a. Index Number. This column reflects the index number of the item on the figure where it is illustrated.
b. Part Number. This column has applicable vendor, prime contractor, Military Standard, or service part
numbers for the components listed. Other components that do not have part numbers are identified in this column by the
word "Commercial." This indicates the component is a common item and can be obtained from a commercial source.
c. Description. The description column contains the major assembly in column one with name and descriptive
data for all subordinate components listed in order of disassembly. All components are indented to the first entry in one
of six columns to show assembly relationship. When applicable, vendor's codes and additional part numbers are
included after component listings. Refer to catalog handbook H4-1 and H4-2, Commercial and Government Entity Code
(CAGE), for names, addresses, and codes of all manufacturers. Parenthetical notes and figure references may also be
included after applicable entries.
d. Units per Assembly. This column contains the number of units for one next higher assembly. When a major
assembly is referenced from a higher assembly, the abbreviation REF is used in the units per assembly column.