9-1. Instructions for Use of AOAP Labels. AOAP pressure sensitive labels shall be affixed to
component containers sent to overhaul or tear down analysis facilities as a result of a laboratory
9-2 AOAP laboratories:
a. Provide the equipment unit a minimum of four AOAP labels with every DA Form 3254-R
containing a laboratory recommendation for the removal of a component for overhaul or repair
b. Instruct the equipment unit to affix two AOAP labels on different conspicuous areas of the
component to be overhauled and two AOAP labels on opposite sides of the outside of the
9-3. Maintenance/Overhaul/Rework activity:
a. Remove the "AOAP" labels from the outside of the shipping container only when the
component is unpacked for overhaul so that the shipping container can be reused.
b. Prior to inspection and maintenance, review AOAP DA Form 3254-R for laboratory test
and analytical findings indicating impending failure.
c. After maintenance inspections and actions, complete the lower portion of the form and mail
one copy of DA Form 3254-R to the originating laboratory, one copy to PM AOAP.
AERONAUTICAL ONLY, send one copy to (AMSAM-MMC-AV-CCP) (STOP 55), 308 Crecy
Street, Corpus Christi Army Depot, Corpus Christi, TX 78419-5260.
9-4. Teardown Inspection and Analysis Activity (CCAD) (AERONAUTICAL ONLY):
a. Correlate equipment maintenance/overhaul analysis from components recommended for
maintenance by AOAP.
b. Submit findings and conclusions to the appropriate AMCOM engineering authority.
c. Advise PM AOAP, of conclusions or findings.