5. INSPECTION AND REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES. Reset of all kits will be accomplished by
fielding team representatives who will inspect all tool kits and monitor the transfer of the tools from the
defective kit to the replacement box. The fielding team will provide all replacement boxes and foam
inserts thus requiring no Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) activity by
the units. The criteria cited in paragraph 5. a, b, and c represents grounds to replace the existing tool
box and foam inserts. Inspection criteria for the kits are as follows:
a. Inspect outside box for cuts, tears, excessive wear compromising the case, holes, inoperable or
damaged hinges, handles, latches or hasp. Inspect lanyards, used to restrain the lid from fully
opening, for damage.
resulting in loss of tool retention. Any loss of tool retention presents a potential Foreign Object
Damage (FOD) and safety issue. Inspect trays for damage to the plastic bottom and any
separation from the tray sides or foam inserts. Inspect the strap handles on each tray for wear and
separation. Inspect the two side metal stops that restrain the upper tray from dropping directly on
the sides of the plastic case for installation and damaged.
c. Inspect upper tray hinges and latching mechanism for damage and wear, resulting in inadequate
retention of upper tray.
Any of the discrepancies listed in paragraph 5 above, will be cause for replacement under Reset.
TABLE 2. REPLACEMENT TOOL BOX ONLY WITH UNIQUE FOAM INSERTS (CLASS II,
Tool Kit, Aviation Foot Locker
6. CORRECTION PROCEDURES. Not applicable unless a questionable defect with equipment is
identified. Questionable defects will require Quality Deficiency Report (QDR)s be processed.
7. DESIGNATION OF RESET TOOL KIT NSNs. Reset tool kits will be re-designated under the NSN
listed in Table 3, and will continue to be carried under the existing LIN.
TABLE 3. RESET TOOL KIT WITH TOOLS (CLASS VII, MAJOR ITEM)
Tool Kit, Aviation Foot
8. SUPPLY/PARTS AND DISPOSITION. For all kits Reset, the exchanging unit is responsible for
ensuring that the proper tools are in each kit by Component List (CL). Missing and broken tools on
requisition will remain on requisition to fill known shortages. Units will requisition proper tools to ensure
proper tools by CL are in the kit. All component lists can be found on the Department of the Army SC
9999-01-SKO, Consolidated Publication Component Lists. This list can be obtained by CD (Unit
Supply) or downloaded from LOGSA's website at: https://weblog.logsa.army.mil/sko/index.cfm .
Unserviceable component tools within these boxes are covered under the U.S. Army warranty tool