This appendix contains those conditions which require a write-up in DA Form 2408-13-1. An entry shall state the limit
(s) exceeded, range, timeabove limits, and any additional data that would maintenance personnel in maintenance
action that may be required.
2408-13-1 ENTRY REQUIRED
Water landings have been per-
Salt water landings.
Landing in mud or swampy terrain or
difficulty in starting or torching of the
Landing gear wheels have been
submerged in water or mud.
Helicopter has been washed or
subjected to heavy rain.
Helicopter is operated within 200
miles of volcanic activity.
Helicopter is operated within 10
miles of salt water or 1000 feet of its
Whenever the aircraft is flown with a
DECU fault code other than 88.
Codes(s) and when recognized.
Refer to the DECU Fault Code List/
Matrix in Chapter 2.
Whenever the -714A engine is shut-
down via the Fire Pull Handle or an
engine failure occurs.
Fuel vents overboard or uneven
tank depletion rate occurs from an
auxiliaryfuel tank during normal op-
Fuel vents overboard from a main
fuel tank during normal during nor-
mal flight operations.
Whenever emergency fuel is used.
Type of fuel, additives, and duration
Operation with emergency fuel
should not exceed 6 hours cumula-
When aircraft is fueled with JP8 fuel
containing +100 additive.
Amount of fuel and tanks affected.
Operate aircraft without restrictions,
considered +100 additive free after
refueling with 3 full useable fuel
loads of JP8. Contact: USAPC, Mr.
Del Leese, DSN 977-8580.
Helicopter has been subjected to a
hard landing or when emergency
lightsare actuated during landing.
When two different types of oil are
mixed in either engine.
Respective engine oil shall be
changed and the system flushed
within 6 hours